Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1726/12/04 Mary Spratt Provoost Alexander, wife of James Alexander, gives birth to a son, William Alexander, in New York City, Province of New York. Born
1761/00/00 William Alexander begins building his manor complex on a 700 acre tract of land purchased from his father James Alexander. The buildings were not finished until after the Revolutionary War. Home Stirling, Lord, Manor Site Basking Ridge
1765/00/00 William Alexander sells the Stirling Mine to Robert Ogden. Owner Sterling Hill Mine Ogdensburg
1777/10/04 American Commander Cliveden, Chew House Philadelphia, PA Battle of Germantown
1777/12/00 Lord Sterling uses the Curie house as his headquarter during the winter of 1777-1778. Patriot Commander Stirling, Maj Gen Lord, Quarters Valley Forge National Historical Park
1778/07/13 Col Alexander Hamilton testifies at Charles Lee's Court-martial, 6 sessions are held at the Old Paramus church (razed) from July 10th to the 15th. Presiding Judge Paramus Reformed Church Historic District Ridgewood Battle of Monmouth
1780/09/29 Board of Senior Officers find Andre guilty of being behind American lines "under a feigned name and in a disguised habit" and order that he "ought to be considered as a Spy from the enemy ... it is their opinion, he ought to suffer death." Board of Inquiry Capture of Major Andre
1783/01/15 William Alexander, Lord Stirling dies in Albany. He is buried in the Churchyard of Trinity Church. Died Trinity Church New York City
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