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sselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
Rensselaer (New York, United States) (search for this): entry van-rensselaer-solomon
Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
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Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
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Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those oSolomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
Van Rensselaer, Solomon 1774-1852 Military officer; born in Rensselaer county, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1774; was a son of Henry Killian Van Rensselaer; entered the military service as cornet of cavalry in 1792, and in the battle of Fallen Timbers, fought by Solomon Van Rensselaer. Wayne, Aug. 20, 1794, was shot through the lungs. From 1801 to 1810 he was adjutant-general of New York militia. He was lieutenant-colonel of New York volunteers in 1812, and commanded the troops that attacked those of the British at Queenston, Oct. 13 of that year. At the landing-place he received four wounds, and had to be carried back to Lewiston. From 1819 to 1822 he was a member of Congress, and from 1822 until 1839 postmaster at Albany. He published a Narrative of the affair at Queenston (1836). He died in Albany, N. Y., April 23, 1852.
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