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  2. Philip Schuyler - Wikipedia

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    Philip John Schuyler ( / ˈskaɪlər /; November 20 [ O.S. November 9] 1733 – November 18, 1804) was an American general in the Revolutionary War and a United States Senator from New York. [2] He is usually known as Philip Schuyler, while his son is usually known as Philip J. Schuyler . Born in Albany, Province of New York, into the ...

  3. Philip Schuyler | American Battlefield Trust

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    Philip Schuyler was born on November 11, 1733 in Albany, New York to parents Johannes “John” Schuyler Jr. and Cornelia Van Cortlandt. Schuyler’s family migrated from Amsterdam in 1650 and were related to the families of the old Dutch aristocracy. Schuyler’s second great-grandfather was the first mayor of Albany, New York, the place of ...

  4. Philip Schuyler (U.S. National Park Service)

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    Philip Schuyler came from a prominent Dutch family in the Albany area. During the French and Indian War, he served first as a captain then as a major of the New York troops fighting alongside the British. In 1768, he became a member of the provincial assembly, and he advocated for the constitutional rights of the colonies.

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  5. Philip Schuyler (U.S. National Park Service)

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    Philip J. Schuyler (1733-1804) was a soldier, businessman, and politician from a prominent Dutch family in the Albany, New York area. Schuyler began his military service in the French and Indian War. In 1768, he became a member of the provincial assembly, and he advocated for the constitutional rights of the colonies.

  6. Philip John Schuyler (1733–1804) - George Washington's ...

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    Philip John Schuyler (c. 1733 – 1804) served as a major general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution and was a member of the First United States Senate. Schuyler played a key role in the American victory at the Battle of Saratoga, as well as in earlier campaigns including the Invasion of Canada, and the Battles of Lake Champlain and Fort Ticonderoga. Coming from a family ...

  7. Philip Schuyler | American Experience | Official Site | PBS

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    Schuyler was born into a prominent New York family in 1733. Like many early leaders, he established himself on the field of battle, in his case, during the French and Indian War (1755-60). He ...

  8. Philip John Schuyler - New Netherland Institute

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    Philip’s mother was Cornelia Van Cortlandt, a member from another prominent Dutch American family. Philip’s grandfather, Peter Schuyler [1657-1724], was the first mayor of Albany, New York. Philip’s great grandfather, Philip Pieterse Schuyler [died 1683], had migrated from Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 1650.

  9. Philip Schuyler, Biography, Facts, American Revolution

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    Philip Schuyler was a wealthy New York patroon and one of the four original major generals of the Continental Army. He played a key role in the American victory in the Battle of Saratoga and in maintaining the neutrality of the tribes of the Six Nations.

  10. Philip Schuyler (born 1836) - Wikipedia

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    Philip Schuyler (born 1836) Philip George Schuyler (June 20, 1836 – November 19, 1906) was a soldier, clubman, philanthropist, and prominent member of New York Society during the Gilded Age. Schuyler was a descendant of both the Hamilton and Schuyler families, the latter of which he was the de facto head during his adulthood. [1]

  11. Philip Pieterse Schuyler - Wikipedia

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    Philip Pieterse Schuyler was born in Amsterdam, Holland in the Republic of the Seven United Provinces, in 1628 as the son of Pieter Tjercks (no family name) and Geertruyt Philips Van Schuylder. [1] [2] His father was a German-born Amsterdam baker. His brother, David Pieterse Schuyler, married Catharina Verplanck.