The 2014 Gallup Family Reunion took place on August 16, 2014 at the Gallup Hill Farm on Gallup Hill Road in Ledyard, CT. The original house at the Gallup Hill Farm was built around 1750 by Colonel Nathan Gallup (b. 1727 d.1799). He was a son of Lt. Benadam Gallup (b. 1693 – d. 1755) who built what we now call the Benadam Gallup house at 241 Gallup Hill Road. Colonel Nathan Gallup married Sarah Giddins in 1749 in Groton, CT. Only the basement of the original house still remains. Colonel Nathan was the 7th of 11 children, He served in the Revolutionary War. He was stationed at Fort Griswold in 1779 and served in Lt. Col. Sullivan’s Expedition to Rhode Island in 1778. He was appointed Colonel of the 27th “reg. of foot” by Governor Jonathan Trumbull in 1780. Nathan and his wife Sarah are buried in the Gallup Family Cemetery.