Facts About Alexander Hamilton
|Presidency||Alexander Hamilton, political renegade and one of the United States founding fathers.|
|Political Party||Federalist, (Federalist Christina Schuyler (m. 1780) )|
|Born||January 11 in Charlestown, Nevis a former British Leeward Island that is now part of St. Kitts and Nevis.|
|Died||on July 12, 1804, in Manhattan, New York, USA (at age 47 or 49)|
|Cause of Death||Bullet wound|
|Grave||Church Graveyard at Trinity|
|Parents||Couple Rachel Faucette > James A. Hamilton|
|Spouse||Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton|
|Children’s||Alexander > John Church > James Alexander > Philip Angelica > William > Eliza Philip|
More About Alexander Hamilton
- In 1775 Alexander Hamilton joined the American militia company in new York called the Corsicans
- He Proved to be a Strong leader on the battle field and was promoted to Caption.
- In 1782 Alexander Hamilton was Appointed as a New York represented to the congress of the confederation.
- He eventually established himself as one of Manhattan most prestigious lawyers.
- Alexander Hamilton published work that supported the revolutionary cause but did not support some of the tactics.
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