David Wagner ist verheiratet und hat zwei Kinder. Seine Tochter Lea ist als Reporterin und Sportmoderatorin beim SWR tätig. Weblinks[. Lea Wagner ist die Tochter von Schalke-Trainer David Wagner und arbeitet als Sportjournalistin. Nach dem gegen die Bayern kritisiert sie. Schalke-Frust nach der Niederlage gegen den FC Bayern. Lea Wagner, Tochter von Trainer David Wagner, zog über den Video-Schiedsrichter.
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The artillery shown here is arriving in the early morning at one of the encampments. It always arrived either very late or very early in the morning because of very bad roads and breakdown of the gun carriages.
In addition to the soldiers who operated the guns, it carried about fifteen members of foresters and engineers who cut branches, downed trees, and filled potholes.
Every few miles the axles had to be packed with grease, mostly lard, for lubrication. Along a section of Route 14 near what is called Rice City, one of the wagons which moved supplies and equipment broke down, breaking an axle and dumping its contents all over the road.
As the area was suffering its third year of drought and flour was in short supply, the French soldiers allowed nearby townspeople to collect most of the spilled biscuits that had been baked at Providence the day before.
The area was henceforth called "Biscuit Hill," and a country lane nearby is still called Biscuit Hill Road. The roads were very bad and full of boulders and holes, with breakdowns frequent, delaying arrival by many hours.
When the troops arrived in Plainfield they were cheered by townspeople, and in the evening the French band played various tunes, to which everyone danced.
His diary entry reads as follows, "the fifth I did not set out until eleven, although I had a thirty mile journey to Lebanon.
At the ferry crossing I met a detachment of the first Rhode Island regiment, the same corps we had with us all last summer, but have since been recruited and clothed.
The majority of the enlisted men are Negroes or mulattos, but they are strong, robust men and those I saw made a very good appearance.
I had fine weather all day and got to Lebanon at sunset. Under ordinary circumstances, he would have made the journey on horseback; but Admiral DeTernay was sick and a coach had been provided for his convenience.
A broken axle in Scotland, Connecticut necessitated a wheelwright; but when one was finally located, he turned out to be suffering from fever.
The wheelwright stated that he would not leave his bed for a hatful of Guineas. With the help of Admiral DeTernay, Fersen convinced the shivering wheelwright to change his mind.
The axle was repaired and the French party reached the conference without further mishap. However, on the way home, the axle broke again and again the village smithy had to be summoned from his bed.
The white house seen in the background is the birthplace of Samuel Huntington, signer of the Declaration of Independence. This house still stands today along the same route over which Rochambeau's army marched.
The building in the background is the Redwood House, which served as the headquarters for Luzon's legion during the winter of It was in position in and around Newport Harbor covering cannon, on shore and on ship, at all entry points to the bay.
This shows the combined French fleet in late spring of , when additional vessels joined the fleet. Seen in the foreground are the land emplacements of cannon facing the channel.
The view, looking north and east, shows Newport as it appeared at the time, with some of these same buildings -- the churches and Newport Tower -- still standing today.
At Little Rest was a detachment of French mounted troops called "Hussars" who were part of the mounted division under the Duke de Luzon stationed at Lebanon, Connecticut.
This unit was part of the relay team set up between Rochambeau and Luzun for communications, eight in number and placed out about every twenty miles for that purpose.
Washington stayed the night at Kingston and arrived at Newport the next day. Washington tours the great ship, greeting the French officers and enlisted men in their best dress uniforms.
Meanwhile, with flags and banners waving, the entire squadron fires broadsides in Washington's honor. The combined cannon fire was so great and so continuous that, according to a Newport resident, "the earth trembled, and the bay seemed to be on fire.
As Washington passed by on his mile-long trek to the Colony House, cannon from the ships kept up a continuous salute and the troops came to attention, rank by rank.
At the steps of the Colony House, he was greeted by Rochambeau and escorted to the Vernon House, where he would stay for nearly a week.
Crowley's Assembly Hall. The hall had been decorated with regimental flags, dress swords and pistols, and a civilian orchestra had been hired to provide music for the event.
Soon after the ball was underway, Rochambeau expressed great displeasure in their musical abilities and promptly fired the entire ensemble.
He called for any officers who could play an instrument to come forward, took up the conductor's baton, and conducted the group well into the night.
The fleet returned three weeks later after having engaged the English fleets. They suffered 80 killed and wounded. It is mentioned in several reports that one of the soldiers overstayed his leave in the arms of a local girl.
The name of the girl is also mentioned; but records indicate she did not come from Lebanon. It is also said that a petition to pardon him was sent to Gen.
Rochambeau at Newport some 60 miles away, and that he granted the pardon; but by the time word reached Lebanon, the soldier had already been shot.
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