Joseph Reynold House

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General Lafayette was in command of the ports around the Island of Rhode Island (Aquidneck Island). His troops were stationed in Bristol from September 7 to September 23. Lafayette himself used the Reynold House, especially the north parlor, as central command.  The house is a private home and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

A red, three story colonial home, the Joseph Reynolds House, in Bristol Rhode Island.
The Joseph Reynold House
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Reynolds House, Bristol

Lafayette Stayed Here!

Lafayette’s stay in Rhode Island during the Siege of Newport and the Battle of Rhode Island was just the first time the general came to the state.