Foot Guard Fires 21 Gun Salute

Members of the First Company Governor's Foot Guard fire a 21 gun salute in Norwich after the reintombment of Samuel and Martha Huntington in November 2003. The ceremony was held after the bones of Samuel Huntington, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and his wife were removed from their resting place so the tomb could be repaired.

( Rick Hartford/Hartford Courant / November 24, 2003 )

Members of the First Company Governor's Foot Guard fire a 21 gun salute in Norwich after the reintombment of Samuel and Martha Huntington in November 2003. The ceremony was held after the bones of Samuel Huntington, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and his wife were removed from their resting place so the tomb could be repaired.

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