Nicholas Fish ( ) was an American Revolutionary soldier, born in New York City. He attended Princeton but left before graduating to pursue the study of law at King's College (now Columbia University) through the office of John Morin Scott in New York. There he became actively interested From Alexander Hamilton to Major Nicholas Fish, [29 December 1781 Hand sculpted and finished fish art by Nicholas Devlin Genealogy profile for Major Nicholas Fish (Continental Army) Biography.
Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas Fish was a statesman and an officer in the Revolutionary War. He was born in New York City, New York, August 28, 1758, the son of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Sackett) Fish.
Nicholas Fish 1200 Light Oswego, IL Age 73 (Born 1945) (630) Add Photos for Nicholas Fish Fulfill Photo Request for Nicholas Fish View the profiles of people named Nicholas Fish. Join Facebook to connect with Nicholas Fish and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to Hamilton Fish II (April 17, 1849 His paternal grandparents were Elizabeth (ne Stuyvesant) Fish and Nicholas Fish ( ), a leading Federalist politician and notable figure of the American Revolutionary War, who named his father after their friend Alexander Hamilton.
Nicholas Fish (August 28, 1758 June 20, 1833) was an American Revolutionary War soldier. He was the first Adjutant General of New York. Early life. Fish was born on August 28, 1758 into a wealthy New York City family. He was the son of Jonathan Fish ( ) and Hamilton Fish was born on Aug.
3, 1808, in New York City. His father was a socially prominent lawyer and Federalist; his mother was from the old Stuyvesant family. His father was a socially prominent lawyer and Federalist; his mother was from the old Stuyvesant family.