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John Honeyman is famed as the secret agent who saved George Washington and the Continental Army during the dismal winter of 1776/77. At a time when Washington had suffered an agonizing succession of defeats at the hands of the British, it was Honeyman who brought the beleaguered commander precise details of the Hessian enemy’s dispositions at Trenton, New Jersey.

The problem is, John Honeyman was no spy.…Key parts of his story were invented…and through repetition have become accepted truth.

In 1948, Alfred Bill’s The Campaign of Princeton helped rescue Honeyman from that awful fate by declaring him “one of the ablest of Washington’s spies.” 5   Even so, Hale retained his crown, while Honeyman’s fame remained confined to Revolutionary War buffs.

Mobile spy 88 club 21

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John Honeyman is famed as the secret agent who saved George Washington and the Continental Army during the dismal winter of 1776/77. At a time when Washington had suffered an agonizing succession of defeats at the hands of the British, it was Honeyman who brought the beleaguered commander precise details of the Hessian enemy’s dispositions at Trenton, New Jersey.

The problem is, John Honeyman was no spy.…Key parts of his story were invented…and through repetition have become accepted truth.

In 1948, Alfred Bill’s The Campaign of Princeton helped rescue Honeyman from that awful fate by declaring him “one of the ablest of Washington’s spies.” 5   Even so, Hale retained his crown, while Honeyman’s fame remained confined to Revolutionary War buffs.