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Archaeologists, historians, and scientists are converging on Ridgefield in hopes that three male skeletons — two buried side by side and another about 15 feet from the commingled pair — found in a basement in early December are the remains of Revolutionary War soldiers who fought in the town’s famous battle in April 1777.
But how confident are the experts that the discovery dates back to the war for American independence? If so, how can these soldiers be identified? And, is there a way of knowing which side they fought on?