Thomas Allen (1743-1810)
Thomas Allen volunteered as a chaplain during the revolutionary war and took up arms in the Battle of Bennington.
Manasseh Cutler (1742-1823)
Manasseh Cutler served as military chaplain for multiple American units during the Revolutionary War.
Timothy Dwight (1752-1817)
Timothy Dwight served as a chaplain in a Connecticut brigade and later became the president of Yale College.
- The True Means of Establishing Public Happiness (1795)
- A Sermon Preached at the General Election (1791)
- A Discourse Preached on the 4th of July (1798)
- A Sermon on Dueling (1805)
Samuel Spring (1746-1819)
Samuel Spring served as a chaplain during the Revolutionary War (1775-1776) and carried a wounded Aaron Burr from the field during the Battle of Quebec.
Nathan Strong (1748-1816)
Nathan Strong became a chaplain in the patriot army during the American Revolution, and was a strong supporter of the American cause. He later was a chief founder and a manager of the Connecticut Missionary Society and was involved in the “Connecticut Evangelical Magazine.”
Benjamin Trumbull (1735-1820)
Benjamin Trumbull was a chaplain during the Revolutionary War and served as a minster for almost 60 years.
Samuel West (1730-1807)
Samuel West served as a chaplain during the Revolutionary War, joining just after the Battle of Bunker Hill. He later was a member of the Massachusetts state constitutional convention and a member of the Massachusetts convention that adopted the U.S. Constitution.
John W. Sayers served as the chaplain for Camp Geary at Gettysburg in 1883 and delivered sermons as the Pennsylvania “post” chaplain of the Grand Army of the Republic (an organization of Union veterans) from 1894-1899.