Timothy Ruggles – The Rise and Fall of a Massachusetts Loyalist

By Bill Daley

Timothy Ruggles of Sandwich was a prominent leader in the Massachusetts colony during the time immediately preceding the American Revolution in 1775. Had he not been a Loyalist, he might have been one of the founding fathers of the new nation.

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1 Response to Timothy Ruggles – The Rise and Fall of a Massachusetts Loyalist

  1. Penny Hannon says:

    My name is Penny Hannon. I am on the board of trustees for the Hardwick Historical Society in Hardwick, Massachusetts. Like you, we have a direct link to Brig. Gen. Timothy Ruggles. I was wondering if there is a way we can get in touch with each other about getting more information regarding him and maybe collaborating on an article.

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