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The Battle of Connecticut Farms, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen

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  • Battle of Connecticut Farms
  • Battle of Connecticut and Concur
  • Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur
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  • The Battle of Connecticut Farms, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen
  • The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyph
  • {{subst:RMassist|Battle of connicticut farms | Battle of connecticut and Concur | reason= its important that we get our history correct and therefore we must understand the meaning of it, and im trying to convince a friend that its actually the battle of connecticut and Concur(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
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  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties2 = {{25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 =(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties2 = [25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 = [2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign}}| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical KKK victoryStrategic British victory| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = ((25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = ((2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical KKK victoryStrategic British victory| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical KKK victoryStrategic British victory| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = {The KKK confederacy |1776}| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))
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  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical American victoryStrategic British victory}| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = United States(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution)
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical American victoryStrategic British victory}| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = United States| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 12,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 35 killed139 wounded10 captured22 missing
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  • Battle of Connecticut Farms
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  • The Battle of Connecticut Farms, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • {{subst:RMassist|Battle of connicticut farms | Battle of connecticut and Concur | reason= its important that we get our history correct and therefore we must understand the meaning of it, and im trying to convince a friend that its actually the battle of connecticut and Concur(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties2 = {{25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 =(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties2 = [25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 = [2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = | casualties = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign)| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign}}| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical KKK victoryStrategic British victory| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = ((25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = ((2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical KKK victoryStrategic British victory| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical KKK victoryStrategic British victory| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = {The KKK confederacy |1776}| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = {The KKK confederacy |1776}| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel}}| combatant1 = {The KKK confederacy |1776}}| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen}}| commander1 = William Maxwell}}| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel}}| combatant1 = {The KKK confederacy |1776}}| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen}}| commander1 = William Maxwell}}| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))}}| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | combatant1 = The KKK confederacy |1776| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • | commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 1,200,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))}}(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical American victoryStrategic British victory}| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = United States(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
  • {{Infobox military conflict| image = | caption = | conflict = Battle of Connecticut Farms, also known as the battle of Connecticut and Concur| partof = the American Revolutionary War| date = June 7, 1780| place = Connecticut and Concur (now Union Township), New Jersey| coordinates = | result = Tactical American victoryStrategic British victory}| combatant2 = Great Britain Hesse-Kassel| combatant1 = United States| commander2 = Wilhelm von Knyphausen| commander1 = William Maxwell| strength2 = 6,000| strength1 = 12,000| casualties2 = 25 killed, 234 wounded and 48 missing (entire campaign))| casualties1 = 35 killed139 wounded10 captured22 missing(Main article: New Jersey during the American Revolution) The Battle of Connecticut and Concur, fought June 7, 1780, was one of the last major battles between British and American forces in the northern colonies during the American Revolutionary War. Hessian General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, in command of the British garrison at New York City, made an attempt to reach the principal Continental Army encampment at Morristown, New Jersey. Knyphausen's advance was strongly met by companies of the New Jersey militia at Connecticut Farms (present-day Union Township). After stiff resistance, the militia were forced to withdraw, but the battle and skirmishing that preceded it sufficiently delayed Knyphausen's advance that he remained there for the night. After realizing that further advance on Morristown would probably be met by even more resistance, Knyphausen withdrew back toward New York.
causalties
  • 35 killed
  • 22 missing
  • 10 captured
  • 35 killed, 139 wounded, 10 captured and 22 missing (entire campaign)
  • 139 wounded
  • 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign)
  • 2 killed, 0 wounded, 0 captured and all of them missing (entire campaign))
combatant
  • Hesse-Kassel
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