Benedict Arnold

  • American

American General in the American Revolution, notable for defecting to the British and using the intelligence he gained serving in the Continental Army against his fellow colonist. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
General Continental Army

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1741/01/14 Born Born Norwich Connecticut Benedict Arnold's Birthday
1773/09/23 Benedict Arnold and most of the expedition reach Fort Western. The full expedition set out from Fort Western on September 25. American Commander Fort Western Augusta Benedict Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
1775/00/00 Significant Date Arnold Trail to Quebec Bingham Benedict Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
1775/00/00 Significant Date Arnold Trail to Quebec Augusta Benedict Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
1775/00/00 Significant Date Arnold Trail to Quebec Coburn Gore Benedict Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
1775/00/00 Significant Date Arnold Trail to Quebec Phippsburg Benedict Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
1775/05/10 Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys cross from Shoreham, Vermont and take Fort Ticonderoga by surprise, with no loss of life. American Commander Fort Ticonderoga Ticonderoga Capture of Fort Ticonderoga
1775/05/15 Arnold and Allen arrive at Crown Point to salvage items that had not been removed after the fire: 111 cannons (65 were usable), tons of shot and musket balls. The majority of the cannons transported by Henry Knox to Boston came from Crown Point. American Commander Fort Crown Point Crown Point Noble Train of Artillery
1775/12/31 Led by General Richard Montgomery, the American Continental Army attacks the City of Quebec. Unable to take the city, they camped outside. American Colonel Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site of Canada Quebec City Franklin's Mission to Canada
1775/12/31 Led by General Richard Montgomery, the American Continental Army attacks the City of Quebec. Unable to take the city, they camped outside. American Colonel Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site of Canada Quebec City Invasion of Quebec
1776/08/00 The American naval fleet constructed at Skenesboro assemble at Crown Point, and after rigging and outfitting proceed northward under the command of Benedict Arnold in anticipation of a British invasion. American Commander Fort Crown Point Crown Point
1776/10/11 SPITFIRE (gunboat) sank by British forces American Commander SPITFIRE (gunboat) Valcour Bay Battle of Valcour Island
1776/10/11 British and American forces battle off Valcour Island. Significant Date Valcour Bay Plattsburgh Battle of Valcour Island
1776/10/13 Arnold runs his ships aground in a bay near Panton, VT , burns them and returns overland to Crown Point. American Commander Fort Crown Point Crown Point Battle of Valcour Island
1777/09/16 British General John Burgoyne wins a small, but costly battle over American forces led by Horatio Gates and Benedict Arnold American Commander Saratoga National Historical Park Stillwater 1776 American Revolution - The Early Stages
1777/09/16 British General John Burgoyne wins a small, but costly battle over American forces led by Horatio Gates and Benedict Arnold American Commander Saratoga National Historical Park Stillwater Battle of Saratoga
1780/07/15 Benedict Arnold offers to surrender Fort Clinton and The Hudson Valley for 20000 pounds Turncoat Fort Clinton ruins US Military Academy Benedict Arnold Turncoat Plot
1780/08/00 Benedict Arnold becomes the Commander of West Point Significant name Fort Clinton ruins US Military Academy Benedict Arnold Turncoat Plot
1780/09/20 Benedict Arnold meets Major Andre on the British Sloop-of-War, Vulture Traitor Benedict Arnold Turncoat Plot
1780/09/23 Benedict Arnold flees to safety in British controlled New York City Flees Fort Clinton Fort Clinton ruins US Military Academy Benedict Arnold Turncoat Plot
1781/00/00 Benedict Arnold burns down Cary's Forge Falling Creek Ironworks Archeological Site Bensley
1781/00/00 Benedict Arnold leads British troops in burning down the original New London Harbor Light British Commander New London Harbor Lighthouse New London
1781/01/00 General Thomas Nelson, with militia, prevents turncoat Benedict Arnold from landing at Burwell's Ferry. British General Kingsmill Plantation Williamsburg
1781/04/20 Turncoat Benedict Arnold and William Phillips landed Burwell's Ferry and march to Williamsburg. British General Kingsmill Plantation Williamsburg
1781/09/06 Benedict Arnold attacks Fort Trumbull, raids and burns New London, Connecticut British Commander Fort Trumbull New London Battle of Groton Heights
1781/09/06 Benedict Arnold attacks Fort Griswold British Commander Fort Griswold Groton Battle of Groton Heights
1801/06/14 Died Significant Date Event
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