2 edition of Lord Stirling, William Alexander found in the catalog.
Lord Stirling, William Alexander
George E. Helmke
Includes bibliographical references (p. 34).
|Statement||by George E. Helmke.|
|Contributions||Historical Society of the Somerset Hills.|
|LC Classifications||E207.A3 H45 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||00013220|
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Nelson’s William Alexander, Lord Stirling, () is the biographical account of a man who served 18th-century American society as a prominent citizen in peacetime and as a soldier in the Seven Years’ War and the American the beginning of the Revolutionary War Stirling was appointed a colonel in the New Jersey Continental Line and from there rose to the rank of Major : Paul David Nelson.
Alexander was known for overindulging in food and drink. These habits contributed to his early death of gout at Albany on Janu James McIntyre Moraine Valley Community College. Bibliography: Nelson, Paul D. The Life of William Alexander, Lord Stirling.
Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, Valentine, Alan C. Lord Stirling. Nelsons William Alexander, Lord Stirling, () is the biographical account of a man who served 18th-century American society as a prominent citizen in peacetime and as a soldier in the Seven Years War and the American the beginning of the Revolutionary War Stirling was appointed a colonel in the New Jersey Continental Line and from there rose to the5/5.
William Alexander, 1st earl of Stirling, also called (/09–) Sir William Alexander, (born c.Menstrie, Clackmannan, Scot.—died Feb. 12,London, Eng.), Scottish courtier, statesman, and poet who founded and colonized the region of Nova Scotia in Canada.
When King James VI of Scotland ascended the English throne as James I inAlexander attended his court in London. Nelson s William Alexander, Lord Stirling, () is the biographical account of a man who served 18th-century American society as a prominent citizen in peacetime and as a soldier in the Seven Years War and the American the beginning of the Revolutionary War Stirling was appointed a colonel in the New Jersey Continental Line and from there rose to the rank of Major : $ william alexander lord stirling Download william alexander lord stirling or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get william alexander lord stirling book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Who is Lord Stirling. William Alexander, bornwas an educated, ambitious and bright young man, proficient in mathematics and astronomy.
A veteran of the French and Indian war, the British House of Lords failed to recognize his claim of the title “Earl of Stirling,” which would have granted him significant title to coastal lands on the.
Though not always the most recognizable person in the Revolutionary War, William Alexander, "the Lord Stirling," was certainly a colorful figure nonetheless. Born in New York sometime in the yearhis father, James, served as an engineer for the Jacobite rebels in and so was promptly exiled from Scotland.
His mother, Mary, was a successful New York businesswoman, and. Born in in New York City, William Alexander was the son of James and Mary Alexander. From a well-to-do family, Alexander proved a good student with an aptitude for astronomy and mathematics. Completing his schooling, he partnered with his mother in a.
Stirling, New Jersey is named after William Alexander. The Lord Stirling Manor site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on Sterling, Machessuettes is named after William Alexander. Additional Information. The 5th President of the United States James Monroe almost got married while in Basking Ridge.
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Sir William Alexander (c), 1st bt. and 1st Earl of Stirling. William Alexander was the only son of Alexander Alexander (d. ) and Marion Graham, daughter of Gilbert Graham of Gartavertane.
. His father died while he was young and his grand uncle James was appointed his : ALEXANDER, Sir WILLIAM, Earl of Stirling (?–), was a poet and statesman. If, in connection with this name, the reader be covetous of an example of those ‘endless genealogies’ against which even an apostle warned, let him secure ‘Memorials of the Earl of Stirling and of the House of Alexander, by the Rev.
Charles Rogers, LL.D.’ 2 vols. 8vo ). About me; Gender: MALE: Industry: Technology: Occupation: consultant: Location: Evansville, IN, United States: Introduction: I hold several ancient Scottish titles, Earl of Stirling, Viscount of Canada, Viscount of Stirling, Lord Alexander of Tulibody (), Lord Alexander of Tulibody (), etc., Chief of Clan Alexander, I also hold several honorific old Canadian great offices-of-state Industry: Technology.
Stirling Stirling' s biographer, T. McGrail, says "Sir William Alexander adventured bravely, served faithfull y, and lived his life all his tremendous designs accomplished little or nothing, if the story of each of his enterprises is a record of eventual defeat, it is because he wa s.
William Alexander, known as Lord Stirling, ( New York City – 15 January ), was an American Brigadier-General during the American Revolutionary der was considered male-heir to the title of Earl of Stirling through Scottish lineage (being the senior male descendant of the paternal grandfather of the first Earl of Stirling, who had died in ), and sought the title sometime Allegiance: United States.
General Alexander (Lord Stirling Letter) – Benson John Lossing, The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution (New York: Harper and Brothers, The town of Summit, despite the name, is not the highest elevation in the Watchung Mountains; that distinction belongs to Preakness Mountain in Wayne.
He wasn't a real lord, this soi-disant Earl of Stirling, but one of Washington's generals and advisors, a now almost forgotten William Alexander who dreamed of earldoms and avoided paying bills. In this biography the President Emeritus of Rochester University writes in lengthy detail of ""Lord Stirling,"" William Alexander, and his father James, a distant relation of the Scottish Earls of.
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The Life of William Alexander, Earl of Stirling, Major General in the Army of the United States, During the Revolution: With Selections from His Correspondence ; Published for the New Jersey Historical Society Volume 2 of Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society: Author: William Alexander Duer: Publisher: New Jersey Historical Society, Biographies Danford, George H.
The Rebel Earl, unpublished dissertation. Columbia University, Ditmas, Charles A., The Life and Service of Major-General William Alexander also called Lord Sterling. Brooklyn, NY, Duer, William Alexander.
William Alexander, Earl of Sterling. Major General in the Army of the United States During the Revolution. February 3, February 2,Alexander, William "Lord Stirling", Brandywine, Battle of, Michael C. Harris. Military historian Michael C. Harris sets out in his first book to illustrate the Continental defeat at Brandywine in all of its grit and glory, proving that this battle in.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Valentine, Alan Chester, Lord Stirling. New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) William Alexander, 1st Earl of Stirling Rivers, Silence, Silent "Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations" by Jehiel Keeler Hoyt, p.Aurora (), Song, In Sir William became Viscount of Stirling and Lord Alexander of Tullibody, and in he was further promoted through the ranks of the aristocracy to become the 1st Earl of Stirling.
This may have been a consolation prize awarded to him by James VI/I, because in much of Nova Scotia had been lost to the French. Alexander was an educated, ambitious and bright young man and was proficient in mathematics and astronomy.
He joined his mother in a successful provisioning business and, inmarried Sarah Livingston, the daughter of Philip Livingston () and sister of Governor William Livingston. Letter to William Alexander --Lord Stirling-- Names Emmet, Thomas Addis, (Collector) Alexander, William, Lord Stirling (Recipient) Hancock, John, (Creator) Collection.
Thomas Addis Emmet collection. Series V. Presidents of Congress, and the United States. Dates / Origin Date Created: Place: Philadelphia, Pa.
William Alexander, Lord Stirling William Alexander (aka Lord Stirling) ( New York City – 15 January ), who claimed the disputed title of Earl of Stirling, was an American major-general during the American Revolutionary War.
STIRLING, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Earl of (c. ), most generally known as Sir William Alexander, Scottish poet and statesman, son of Alexander Alexander of Menstrie (Clackmannanshire), was born at Menstrie House, near Stirling, about The family was old and claimed to be descended from Somerled, lord of the Isles, through John, lord of.
ALEXANDER, WILLIAM, Earl of Stirling, remembered in the land of his birth as a scholar, poet, courtier, and the favourite of James I and Charles I of England in their dealings with Scotland; and on this side of the Atlantic as the putative founder of a new Scotland under the aegis of both monarchs; b.
; d. Though his colonizing interest is the chief concern of cisatlantic readers. WILLIAM ALEXANDER, LORD STIRLING Among those who were to compete for the Society's bounty was William Alexander, or, as he was commonly called, Lord Stirling.
Through his gardener, Thomas Burgie, he advised the society in that he had planted vines. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
Lord Stirling was New York-born William Alexander. He claimed title in the Peerage of Scotland as a descendant of the grandfather of the first Earl of Stirling, perhaps attempting to gain control of the vast land grant that would have come with it.
Entered the University of Glasgow inlater knighted. In the Spring ofhe was appointed Governor of New Scotland (i.e., Nova Scotia).
Given title, Lord Alexander, Lord William Alexander Master of Stirling, Birth: AbtDeath: 18 May Father William Alexander b: Abt in Menstrie, Parish Of Logie, Clackmanshire, Scotland. Archive for the ‘Alexander, William, Lord Stirling’ Category I think we may call our Jaunt an agreeable one” New York City was occupied by the British fromwhen George Washington’s campaign against the British failed, untilthe end of the war.
ALEXANDER Earl of STIRLING. IT is the general opinion of our antiquaries, that those of the sirname of Alexander, MacAlaster, Robertson, &c.
are descended of the MacDonalds. That Alexander MacDonald, a younger son of the lord of the Isles, having acquired some lands in Stirling and Clackmannanshires, fixed his residence at Menstric, and that his posterity assumed the sirname of Alexander from.
Title George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: William Alexander, Lord Stirling to William Phillips, Janu Alexander, William, known as Lord Stirling (stûr`lĭng), –83, American Revolutionary general, b. New York City. Although the House of Lords rejected his claim to succeed as the 6th earl of Stirling, in America he was generally considered a nobleman.
He served in. On September 6, the Americans offered to exchange British Brig. Gen. Donald McDonald for Stirling. William Howe instead offered to exchange “Brigadier General Alexander, commonly called Lord Stirling,” for Governor Monfort Brown of Providence Island, who had been captured in an American naval raid on the West Indies.
Media in category "William Alexander, Lord Stirling" The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total. Drawing - Revolutionary War × ; 42 KBCountry of citizenship: United States of America. To use that same appellation for William Alexander of New Jersey () would be a perfect description.
The 18th and 19th centuries saw thousands of American originals bloom. American Original. In New York, young and socially-prominent William Alexander discovered that he might be sole male heir to the vacant Scots Earldom of Stirling. Nelson’s William Alexander, Lord Stirling, () is the biographical account of a man who served 18th-century American society as a prominent citizen in peacetime and as a soldier in the Seven Years’ War and the American the beginning of the Revolutionary War Stirling was appointed a colonel in the New Jersey Continental Line and from there rose to the rank of Major : Manuscript/Mixed Material George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: William Alexander, Lord Stirling to George Washington, Octowith Memorandum Enlarge View 5 images in sequence.