Unsung hero

Try to envision a time when life was far harder, and kicking back in the recliner, watching TV, surrounded by all of the comforts of home after a long day, wasn’t even a fanciful thought. Instead, vigilance and invasion by a foreign entity of the town or home without any notice was what was on the brain of freedom seeking people in this country. Even your own home wasn’t a safe space.

Sixteen year old Sybil, another young American patriot could have been a powerful voice for Liberty in associations such as Turning Point or the Tea Party now, but it wasn’t to be her time.

What made her such an advantage to the liberty and reform movement anyhow?

His troops were scattered over a 30-mile loop of state side and he had no mechanized transport or radio to help facilitate contact. Left with no one to call upon for assistance, Sybil, the only capable person available to get a desperate call for help, chose to react to what she believed to be her call to duty.

In her selfless act of courage, she rode for what seemed an eternity to inform as many as 400 troops that were ready to do battle to defend a lifestyle only dreamed of by authentic liberty seeking Americans.

Modern day Americans have no expertise or perhaps a vision of what it’d be like to have a foreign influence coming to our shores to combat us challenging our constitutional rights and freedoms. We live free in part due to the bravery of people like Sybil.

This time on American soil where there was no safe area for everyone to hide.

At the nighttime attack, the British did burn Danbury, Connecticut, an important supply depot for the Continental Army, but due to Sybil, many people were prepared and escaped death.

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