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Benedict Arnold was born in Norwich Connecticut Arnold received his schooling at Canterbury While away at school a few of Arnolds siblings passed away from Yellow Fever Arnold was a troublesome kid that would try just about anything As a 14-year-old boy he ran away from home to fight in the French and Indian War Later Benedict Arnold left and returned home through the wilderness alone to work with his cousins The army had excused him without penalty because of his young age In 1762 when Benedict was just twenty-one years old he went to New Haven Connecticut where he managed a book and drug store and carried on trade with the West Indies B Arnold In 1767 he married Margaret Mansfield a daughter of a sheriff of New Haven County They had three sons together When the Revolutionary War was just beginning to break out Benedict Arnold became a prosperous ship owner merchant and trader Within days Arnold became very interested in the war once again and joined the American Army All of the battles Arnold commanded over showed immense courage and bravery but he was soon known as Americas greatest traitor due to his betrayal of the Americans As the Revolutionary War broke out Benedict Arnold decided to volunteer to head over 1000 men up to Maine He asked for additional men from his companies to join the army Arnold then became a captain in the Connecticut Militia General George Washington had his favorites which Arnold was among the very few So Benedict Arnold was sent on an infernal 500 mile march to Maine by Washington also known as The Rock Macks 72 Benedict Arnold and only about fifty percent of his original soldiers made it to the St Lawrence River where they met up with General Montgomery Their plan was to attack the British Army by surprise in Quebec City Canada Both Montgomery and Arnold arranged to start on the lofty
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