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Philip Schuyler

Philip Schuyler (1733-1804) was a general in the American Revolution and a United States Senator from New York. He was elected to the Continental Congress in 1775, and served until he was appointed a Major General of the Continental Army in June. General Schuyler took command of the Northern Department, and planned the Invasion of Canada.

 James McHenry immigrated from Ireland to Baltimore and studied medicine… American Revolutionary War, American Civil War, American History, History Quotes, Us History, Benjamin Rush, Continental Army, Confederate States Of America, American Independence

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Member of the first and second continental congress a Revolutionary War General who defeated the Iroquois in president of New Hampshire and chairman of his state's convention to ratify the US constitution in American Revolutionary War, American War, American History, Continental Army, Mohawk People, John Sullivan, John Campbell, Major General

John Sullivan (1740-1795) - Find A Grave Memorial

Member of the first and second continental congress (1774, 1775), a Revolutionary War General who defeated the Iroquois in 1778-1779, president (1786-1788) of New Hampshire and chairman of his state's convention to ratify the US constitution in 1788.

Robert Hanson Harrison - Revolutionary Chief of Staff British America, Army Ranks, Continental Army, History Books, Family History, Blooms Taxonomy, American Revolutionary War, Prisoners Of War, Chief Of Staff

Robert H. Harrison - Wikipedia

Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Hanson Harrison of Alexandria, Virginia, had been Washington’s lawyer before the war and joined his staff in 1775. In 1776, he became Washington’s military secretary, a position he held until 1781. After the war, he served as a judge in Maryland. Engraving by Albert Rosenthal after John Trumbull

Michael Cresap - Pre-Revolutionary War Hero. Lived in Ohio part of his adult life as a frontiersman and land developer. Later, he commanded a company of Maryland riflemen in the Continental Army at Cambridge Massachusetts. He was commissioned a Colonel under George Washington during the American Revolutionary War and died in service of the Army. Continental Army, Famous Graves, American Revolutionary War, Graveyards, Over The Rainbow, George Washington, Revolutionaries, Monuments, Family History

Michael Cresap - Pre-Revolutionary War Hero. Lived in Ohio part of his adult life as a frontiersman and land developer. Later, he commanded a company of Maryland riflemen in the Continental Army at Cambridge Massachusetts. He was commissioned a Colonel under George Washington during the American Revolutionary War and died in service of the Army.

John Eager Howard - Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer, Continental Congressman, US Senator. In July 1776, he accepted a Captaincy in the 2nd Maryland Battalion of the Flying Camp and was sent to White Plains, New York, where he battled the British. He distinguished himself with leadership and bravery at Germantown, the Battle of Camden, and the Battle of Cowpens. Congress voted him a medal and he became known as the “Hero of Cowpens”. Continental Army, Famous Graves, White Plains, Camden, Revolutionaries, Ancestry, Maryland, Leadership, Battle

John Eager Howard - Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer, Continental Congressman, US Senator. In July 1776, he accepted a Captaincy in the 2nd Maryland Battalion of the Flying Camp and was sent to White Plains, New York, where he battled the British. He distinguished himself with leadership and bravery at Germantown, the Battle of Camden, and the Battle of Cowpens. Congress voted him a medal and he became known as the “Hero of Cowpens”.

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Dr. William Burnet, Surgeon and Chief Physician of Continental Army

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