Major General Anthony Wayne took part in the August 21st Council of War at the Moland House. This Chester County hero led bayonet charges on the British army against overwhelming odds, and lived to tell the tale. Wayne led the Pennsylvania Line (1st & 2nd Pennsylvania Brigades) of the Continental Army. He famously told George Washington that on his order, he would lay siege to Hell. He probably would have. He had a quick temper and fearless nature that earned him the nickname that has stuck with him for more than 240 years, Mad Anthony. The details of his burial are rather interesting and a bit morbid, as he is buried in two spots.