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Alexander Hamiltons Grandson Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written Letter Mueller COA

Alexander Hamiltons Grandson Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written Letter Mueller COA
Alexander Hamiltons Grandson Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written Letter Mueller COA
Alexander Hamiltons Grandson Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written Letter Mueller COA

Alexander Hamiltons Grandson Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written Letter Mueller COA
“Alexander Hamilton Grandson” Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written 3 Page Letter Dated 1856. This item is certified authentic by Todd Mueller Auctions and comes with their Certificate of Authenticity. (July 22, 1822 March 18, 1903) was an. Soldier, farmer, engineer, and a grandson of. Hamilton was born on July 22, 1822 in. He was the fifth of 14 children born to. (17921882) and Maria Eliza van den Heuvel. His paternal grandparents were Alexander Hamilton (1755/71804), a. Founding Father of the United States. His maternal grandfather was Baron John Cornelius van den Heuvel, the one-time governor of. Through his sister, Elizabeth Hamilton (18311884), he was the brother-in-law of. And after his death, of. Hamilton attended and graduated from. Hamilton served with great gallantry in the. And was brevetted first lieutenant in 1846 and captain in 1847. From 1847 until 1854, he was. In 1854, he wrote A History of our National Flag and on May 31, 1855, he resigned from the Army. During the War, he was wounded twice, once by a ball in the stomach and once by a lance which went completely through his chest, piercing his lung. Hamilton became an original member of the. Aztec Club of 1847. After the Mexican War, he went to California and briefly interned for William Tecumseh Sherman Lucas, Turner & Co. Bank before becoming the administrator of the. Upon the outbreak of the. He left his crops and volunteered as a private in the Seventh Regiment. New York National Guard. He worked on the staff of. And was rapidly promoted, becoming a lieutenant colonel on the staff of General Scott as military secretary, and renewing his acquaintance with Gen. E was promoted to. Of volunteers in November 1861 and served as a staff officer in the. Department of the Missouri. Battle of Island Number Ten. Hamilton led the 2nd Division in the. Army of the Mississippi. He was transferred to command the 3rd Division throughout much of the. Toward the close of that campaign Hamilton was elevated to command the Right Wing of the Army of the Mississippi, consisting of the 3rd and 4th Divisions. With whom he had maintained a correspondence during the war, regretfully accepted the resignation. After the war, he joined the New York Commandery of the. Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. From 1871 until 1873, he was hydrographic engineer, in the. Department of Docks, New York City. From 1873 until 1875, he was superintendent of yards, and subsequently, owing to ill health, lived in retirement. In 1874, his son, Robert Ray Hamilton, on a trip west, had a jacket commissioned by the. People, a Native American tribe, for Hamilton. On June 4, 1877, he delivered an address in front of the. New York Historical Society. That was later published into a book, Our National Flag, the Stars and Stripes, Its History in a Century. In 1889, he wrote to. The New York Times. Calling for a return to civility and grace in allowing foreigners to compliment the United States and its leaders who have departed. The item “Alexander Hamiltons Grandson Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written Letter Mueller COA” is in sale since Friday, January 8, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
Alexander Hamiltons Grandson Schuyler Hamilton Hand Written Letter Mueller COA