August 31, - May 30, 34 years old. BettendorfIowa. Everhere offers a solidarity program that gives back the funds generated to families. It is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Levi Arnold Bettendorf, Iowaborn in Davenport, Iowa, who passed away at the age of 34, on May 30, You can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family.
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Report this obituary. Edit this obituary Report this obituary. Add a photo. Light a candle Illuminate their memory. Give a memorial tree Plant a tree. Family tree Brought to you by. Offer a tribute. Load moreThe expedition was part of a two-pronged invasion of the British Province of Quebecand passed through the wilderness of what is now Maine.
Unanticipated problems beset the expedition as soon as it left the last significant colonial outposts in Maine. The portages up the Kennebec River proved grueling, and the boats frequently leaked, ruining gunpowder and spoiling food supplies. The areas on either side of the height of land were swampy tangles of lakes and streams, and the traversal was made more difficult by bad weather and inaccurate maps.
By the time that Arnold reached the settlements above the Saint Lawrence River in November, his force was reduced to starving men. Arnold's troops crossed the Saint Lawrence on November 13 and 14, assisted by the local French-speaking Canadiensand attempted to put Quebec City under siege. Failing in this, they withdrew to Point-aux-Trembles until Montgomery arrived to lead an unsuccessful attack on the city. Arnold was rewarded for his effort in leading the expedition with a promotion to brigadier general.
Arnold's route through northern Maine has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Arnold Trail to Quebecand some geographic features in the area bear names of expedition participants.
Arnold and Allen each made arguments to the Second Continental Congress that Quebec could and should be taken from the Britishpointing out that the British could use Quebec as a staging area for attacks down Lake Champlain and into the Hudson River valley.
Congress did not want to alarm the people of Quebec, and rejected these arguments. Arnold, who had hoped to lead the invasion, decided to pursue a different approach to Quebec. He went to CambridgeMassachusetts in early Augustand approached George WashingtonCommander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, with the idea of a second eastern invasion force aimed at Quebec City.
Arnold's plan called for the expedition to sail from Newburyport, Massachusetts along the coast and then up the Kennebec River to Fort Western now Augusta, Maine. Washington introduced Arnold to Reuben Colburna boat builder from GardinerstownMaine, who was in Cambridge at the time. Colburn offered his services, and Arnold requested detailed information about the route, including potential British naval threats, Indian sentimentuseful supply opportunities, and an estimate of how long it would take to construct bateaux sufficient for the contemplated force.
Goodwin, who was known to have Loyalist sympathies, provided maps that were inaccurate in the routes, distances and other important features they described. Schuyler agreed with the suggested plan, and Washington and Arnold immediately began to raise troops and place orders for supplies.
Because there had been little direct action at Boston after the Battle of Bunker Hill in June, many units stationed in the American camps besieging the town were bored with garrison life and eager for action. Washington and Arnold were concerned about Indian support for or opposition to the effort, as well as the reception Arnold's forces might receive from the Canadians once they arrived near the Saint Lawrence River.
He asked Tracy to acquire sufficient shipping to transport the expedition to Maine without drawing the attention of Royal Navy ships patrolling the area.
The sea voyage was viewed by both Arnold and Washington as the most dangerous part of the expedition, because British patrols were highly effective at interfering with colonial shipping at the time. The first units to leave were composed largely of men from that area, to whom Arnold had given extra time so that they would be able to see their families once more before the expedition left Newburyport.
In twelve hours, they reached the mouth of the Kennebec River. They spent the next two days negotiating the island channels near its mouth and sailing up the river. Arnold's troop movements did not escape British notice. General Thomas Gage in Boston was aware that Arnold's troops were "gone to Canada and by way of Newburyport", but he believed the target to be Nova Scotiawhich was at the time virtually undefended.
Admiral Samuel Graves eventually received intelligence about Arnold's activities, reporting on October 18 that the American troops "went up the Kennebec River, and 'tis generally believed are for Quebec". While waiting for the bateaux to be completed, Arnold received word from scouts Colburn had sent out to reconnoiter the proposed route.
The source of these rumors was Natanis, a Norridgewock Indian believed to be spying for Quebec's governor, General Guy Carleton ; Arnold discounted the reports. Arnold and most of the force had reached Fort Western by September The second, under Lieutenant Church, was to survey the route as far as the Dead Riverat a place known to the local Indians as the Great Carrying Place, so that Arnold might better estimate how far the column would need to travel each day.
Colburn and a crew of boatwrights came in the rear, to repair bateaux as needed. There was a rough track from Fort Western, so some of the men and supplies had moved overland rather than in the bateaux that had to be portaged around the falls above Fort Western to begin the trip.Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction?
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Levi A Arnold was born on July 25, According to our records Minnesota was his home or enlistment state and Lake of the Woods County included within the archival record. We have Baudette listed as the city. He had enlisted in the Army.
Served during World War II. He had the rank of Private First Class. Service number was Served with 36th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron. Arnold experienced a traumatic event which resulted in loss of life on April 2, Recorded circumstances attributed to: "Killed in action".
Pfc Levi A Arnold enlisted on 3 April According to the IDPF, his head was crushed during action. This is an American Battle Monuments Commission location. Reference Links:. Related Topics:. World War II. Lake of the Woods County. Posted by Admin. Would you like to submit a comment or tribute? It's easy to do and your testimonials and memories help others learn about and remember Levi A Arnold.Levi McKeen Arnold L. Arnold b. February 12, Poughkeepsie, New York - d.
September 27, Poughkeepsie, New York was a successful businessman a foundry manager and banker in New York who claimed to have received revelations from Jesus Christ beginning in the Spring offirst published in in a book entitled History of the Origin of All Things. The preparatory revelations commenced April 5,in the form of movements of the pencil, answers to questions, and words internally heard.
Such writings were continued for a year and a few days, when the first book of The History of the Origin of All Things was commenced in a small bound blank book written with lead pencil throughout The text of History of the Origin seemingly endorses modern spiritualism of the type popularized beginning in upon publication of the claims of the Fox sistersbut cautions against indiscriminate access to other realms.
A sketchy biography  of Arnold is included in an archived version of the website thehistoryofallthings.
Likewise, Arnold's text commends the work of Rev. Charles C. Hammond, who published a collection of spiritualist articles Light from the Spirit World in Rochester, New York in Arnold's text states that the New Jerusalem began to alight on planet Earth on July 4,and predicts that religious freedom would be 'extinguished' in Europe afterbut would find refuge in the United States.
Where, then, shall we look for the outward New Jerusalem! In America. It came down from heaven in In the succeeding thirty years it acquired strength enough to declare war against the dragonthen represented in its temporality by BonaparteEmperor of France and of most of Europe, but certainly Master of Rome. Yes, in effect they did when they threatened war if their demands were not complied with.
But a peace had just been concluded and a territory acquired by the United States from France! A descendant of his, Benjamin L.Daniel Asher - Holding Out (Official Video)
Arnold published a photograph of L. Arnold's gravestone  online in March From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kessinger Publishing. Retrieved 16 July — via Google Books. Retrieved 16 July — via Internet Archive. Arnold: A Sketch"page 11 of History of the Origin Archived from the original on June 11, Retrieved Retrieved 16 July Arnold's gravestone".
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Honoring his wish, the rite of cremation has been accorded. Levi passed away Saturday, May 30,at his home in Bettendorf. Levi Ron Arnold was born Aug.
He was a graduate of Davenport Central. He had a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and loved bowling, golf and board games, and was an avid gardener. Those left to cherish his memory are his daughters, Jade Arnold and Ivy Mahieu, Davenport; his parents, Doug and Jean Arnold, Bettendorf; grandparents, Richard and Cecilia Rodriguez, and Judy Arnold, all of Davenport; his brothers, Seth, Jacob and Caleb; as well as numerous loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and great friends.
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