Person:Philip Schuyler (3)

Philip Schuyler
b.20 Nov 1733
d.18 Nov 1804
Facts and Events
Name[3] Philip Schuyler
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 Nov 1733
Alt Birth[4] 22 Nov 1733 On grave marker
Reference Number? Q1115886?
Will[2] 20 Jun 1803
Death[1][4] 18 Nov 1804
Burial[4] Albany Rural Cemetery, Albany, New York, United StatesSection 29, Lot 2

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Philip John Schuyler (November 20, 1733November 18, 1804) was a general in the American Revolution and a United States Senator from New York. He is usually known as Philip Schuyler, while his son is usually known as Philip J. Schuyler.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Philip Schuyler, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. Department of State Docket 35, in New York State Archives, 312-315.

    Whereas the said Testator did in and by his said Will, bearing date the twentieth day of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and three, after three several specific devises to his grandson Philip Schuyler, son of his deceased son John Bradstreet Schuyler, respectively of certain parcels of the lands designated in the said Will as the Saratoga Tract, did devise the residue of his real estate in the said Saratoga tract to his daughters, Angelica, Elisabeth, Cornelia and Catherine and his grandson Stephen Van Rensselear, son of his deceased daughter Margaret, as tenants in common in fee simple, each an equal fifth part; and did thereby authorize, empower and request his Executors to cause partition of the same to be made as soon as conveniently might be after his decease, and in as equitable a manner as they could, and to assign to his said daughters and grandson the said five devises last named, their respective Shares:

  3. Abstract of Will of Cornelia Schuyler, in New York Historical Society (New York City). Collections of the New York Historical Society. (New York, New York: New-York Historical Society, 1869-1927), Vol 6, Pg 205.

    I leave to my son, Philip Schuyler, £30, in full satisfaction of any claim as heir at law. I leave to my sons Philip and Stephen all that my farm or tract of land in the Manor of Cortlandt, on the east side of Hudson river, adjoining the farm where Philip Ver Planck now lives, To be divided between them, but my son Stephen is to have the choice.

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Peter Schuyler, in Find A Grave.