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Schuyler, Philip Johnlocked

(10 November 1733–18 November 1804)
  • Don R. Gerlach

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Schuyler, Philip John (10 November 1733–18 November 1804), soldier and statesman, was born in Albany, New York, the son of John Schuyler, a merchant-landowner, alderman, and Indian commissioner, and Cornelia Van Cortlandt. His father died in 1741, and Philip was reared in the Dutch tradition by his mother (daughter of the first lord of Cortlandt Manor), his grandfather Johannes (1668–1747), and Aunt ...

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