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  2. Angelica Schuyler Church - Wikipedia

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    Angelica Church (née Schuyler / ˈ s k aɪ l ər /; February 20, 1756 – March 6, 1814) was an American socialite. She was the eldest daughter of Continental Army General Philip Schuyler, and a sister of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton and sister-in-law of Alexander Hamilton.

  3. Angelica Schuyler Church - UVA Library

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    Angelica Schuyler Church was born in 1756, the daughter of General Philip John Schuyler and Catharine van Rensselaer of Albany, New York. She was one of eight children. Her father, Philip Schuyler was a Major General in the Continental Army and an aide to General Rochambeau.

  4. Angelica Schuyler Church Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family ...

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    Angelica Schuyler Church (American Socialite and Eldest Daughter of Continental Army General ‘Philip Schuyler’) Angelica Schuyler Church was a prominent member of the social elite during the time of American Revolution. She is best known for her charming personality and has often been described as "muse", "confidante", and "thief of hearts".

  5. Angelica Schuyler And The True Story Behind 'Hamilton'

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    Angelica Schuyler Church was born on Feb. 20, 1756. She was the eldest daughter of General Philip Schuyler, a Revolutionary War hero who later became one of the first senators of New York, and his wife Catharine van Rensselaer, who was of one of the wealthiest family’s in the state.

  6. Angelica Schuyler Church - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    In 1783, Angelica Schuyler Church, her husband, and their four children moved from the United States to France. John Barker Church was an envoy from the United States government to the government of France. In Paris, Angelica Schuyler Church made friends with Benjamin Franklin, the Marquis de Lafayette, the Marquis de Tallyrand and Thomas ...

  7. Angelica was the daughter of General Philip Schuyler, the sister of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, the sister-in-law of Alexander Hamilton and the wife of John Barker Church. Angelica was one of the most celebrated beauties of the original thirteen colonies and the young United States and perhaps she is most famous for...

  8. Angelica eloped with merchant John Barker Church in 1777 because she feared her father, Revolutionary War hero Philip Schuyler, would disapprove of their marriage due to Church’s debts and questionable past. In 1782, the Church family left America for Europe.

  9. Angelica Schuyler Church - newnetherlandinstitute.org

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    Angelica Schuyler Church was born on February 20, 1756 and passed away on March 13, 1814 at the age of 58. She had led an interesting life. Angelica is an important role model in the Hamilton musical play by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Renee Elise Goldsberry developed the role of Angelica in the off-Broadway and Broadway productions.

  10. John Barker Church - Wikipedia

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    In 1776, Church met Angelica Schuyler (1756–1814), a daughter of General Philip Schuyler, during a visit to her father's house, the Schuyler Mansion. [23] Knowing that her father would not bless their marriage because of his suspicions about Church's past, Angelica and John eloped in 1777.

  11. Angelica Schuyler Church - New York State Museum

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    Angelica had met Church when he visited her father on wartime business. Following their marriage the couple lived out the war mostly in Boston from where Church served the supply side of the Revolution. In 1783, Angelica, her husband and four children left for Paris so that Church could pursue payment of his bills on the French government.