Ebenezer Huntington's letters to Jabez and Andrew Huntington describe his experience in the Revolutionary War and his political
and social activities in the 1810-1830's.
The history of the Huntington family goes back to Simon Huntington of Norwich, Norfolk, England who arrived to Boston in 1633.
In 1660, his descendants were among members of a party that settled Norwich, Conn. During the Revolutionary War, the Norwich
Huntingtons played prominent role in the state and national affairs. Among the most distinguished members of the extended
family were Jabez Huntington and his sons Jedediah, Andrew, and Ebenezer, Samuel Huntington, and Benjamin Huntington.
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