|Birthplace:||Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA|
|Managed by:||Scott Christopher Swingle|
Historical records matching Roger Alden
About Roger Alden
Roger Alden was graduated at Yale in 1773, and served in the Revolutionary War as aide to General Greene.
On January 1, 1777, Alden was commissioned as Lieutenant and Adjutant in Colonel Philip B. Bradley's Fifth Connecticut line. He fought at Germantown in October of that year, and spent the winter at Valley Forge. He was promoted to Captain-Lieutenant in Colonel Zebulon Butler's Second Connecticut Regiment on June 1, 1778, and to Captain on September 1, 1779. After that he served most of the time as Aide-de Camp, with the brevet rank of Major, to Brigadier General Jedediah Huntington, being formally appointed to the position on April 1, 1780.