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Schooled at home, her early years were typical of most young women of colonial, aristocratic families. At the age of twenty-two, she met Alexander Hamilton, a dashing aide-de-camp of General George Washington, at the home of Gertrude Cochran, her aunt, wife of John Cochran. For Elizabeth it was love at first sight, a love that remained strong through the many scandals ahead. Accepted into the Schuyler family despite his illegitimate birth and lack of wealth or social standing, Alexander Hamilton held political beliefs similar to those of his future father-in-law.

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Never idyllic, Hamiltoh Hamiltons' marriage was hampered by incessant credit problems. Before their marriage, he had trusted his wife to negotiate the purchase of a house.

Tragically, Elizabeth's life changed dramatically in with the deaths of both her husband and father. Both had been soldiers Hamiltom well as members of his military staff.

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The death of her father four months after her husband's provided her with some financial relief through her inheritance of property and money. Probably entrapped by Reynolds's husband, James, Alexander publicly confessed the affair by publishing his personal. Despite Alexander's actual and rumored affairs, the Hamiltons' personal relationship was one of mutual respect. She listened to his early drafts of Washington's "Farewell Address" and excerpts from the Federalist Papers.

Alexander believed that his marriage vows to Elizabeth were unbreakable promises, but between and Alexander did have an affair with Maria Reynolds. As for Alexander, it is possible that he considered marrying Elizabeth for her family's money and status, for the Schuylers were one of the most influential families in the state of New York.

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Alexander adored children, both his own and Fanny Antil, a daughter of a fellow revolutionary war veteran, whom Alexander adopted. The Hamiltons struggled financially, never accepting assistance from General Schuyler, with the exception of food and goods from Schuyler's estate.

His narrative is one of the more comprehensive for information on Elizabeth. Elizabeth marriec eight children between the years andmiscarrying at least once. The death of her father four months after her husband's provided her with some financial relief through her inheritance of property and money. She corresponded with and visited the leading Federalists to collect papers and other information concerning her husband.

The pair were finally married on 14 December, ; he was just shy of the age of twenty-four, and she was twenty-three.

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Both of the Hamiltons adored Angelica, but Alexander's affection appeared to exceed mere brotherly sentiment. She probably copied some of the Federalist Papers for Alexander to distribute.

Steadfast until the end, Elizabeth demanded a complete apology, which Monroe would not give, but before her death he visited Elizabeth to reconcile their marriev concerning her husband's reputation. Schooled at home, her early years were typical of most young women of colonial, aristocratic families.

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Ironically, her eldest son Philip, aged nineteen, was killed in a duel by an mwrried of Aaron Burr. Alexander believed that his marriage vows to Elizabeth were unbreakable promises, but between and Alexander did have an affair with Maria Reynolds. His narrative is one of the more comprehensive for information on Elizabeth. She was known to take homeless children into her own home.

Elizabeth forgave him; if she had not, his career and reputation would have been irrevocably ruined.

Bethune, Memoirs of Mrs. After Philip's untimely death, her eldest daughter, Angelica, named after Elizabeth's sister, went insane. Elizabeth accepted his flirtatiousness.

As for Alexander, it is possible that he considered marrying Elizabeth for her family's money and status, for Hamilron Schuylers were one of the most influential families in the state of New York. For the later years of her life and charity work, see George W. Left to pay her husband's debts and raise their children the youngest was twoElizabeth relied on the help of friends and family.

The Hamiltons' marriage was both blessed with many children and fraught with scandal and credit problems.

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She probably copied some of the Federalist Papers for Alexander to distribute. To establish her husband's political legacy and repair his reputation, she spent nearly fifty years after his death collecting and preserving his papers and letters. For the later years of her life and charity work, see George W.

From tohe worked for the fledgling American government as the first secretary of the treasury and as Hamiltoj member of President Washington's cabinet.

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She was known to take homeless children into her own home. Believing his sincerity, Elizabeth, with no formal education, became interested in military and political affairs, and Alexander even discussed Benedict Arnold's treason with her. Elizabeth forgave him; if she had not, his womeen and reputation would have been irrevocably ruined.

The Hamiltons struggled financially, never accepting assistance from General Schuyler, with the exception of food and goods from Hamiltkn estate. Six months later, Elizabeth bore her last child, also naming him Philip.

Maria claimed to be an abandoned relative of several prominent New York families, and Hamilton's pity for her plight resulted in a liaison. Alexander Hamilton's papers were not published until by his son, John Church Hamilton, and after the U. Left to pay her marride debts and raise their children the youngest was twoElizabeth relied on the help of friends and family.

To establish her husband's political legacy and repair his reputation, she spent nearly fifty years after his death collecting and preserving his papers and letters.