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Old Queens

An American Revolutionary Scrapbook

The names of student graduates of Queens College are partial at best from the American Revolutionary War Period. But based on information from the Bogart letters and other sources, a list has been compiled. 

Graduates A.B.

1774 Mathew Leydt

David Annan
1775 David 

James Schureman
1775 James 
Schureman *

Names with an asterisk * occur in an account of the commencement of 1774 as member of the senior class. Others listed in 1775 may have graduated as late as 1778.

1775 Michael Best
1775 Jasper Farmer *
1775 Peter Kimble
1775 Abraham Schenck
1775 Henry Harris Schenk, Jr.
1775 John H. Schenk
1775 John Stagg, Jr.
1775 Isaac Stoutenburgh
1775 John Van Dyke*
1775 Samuel Vickers*
1775 Isaac Vredenburgh
1775 John Wall

Simeon DeWitt
1776 Simeon 

1778 John Bogart
1778 Nicholas Lansingh **
** Probable date

1780 Jeremiah Smith
1780 Simeon Van Arsdalen
1780 John W Bray
1780 Mr. Courtlandt
1780 Mr. Remsen
1780 Mr. Stewart
1780 Mr. Van Wyck
1782 Timothy Blauvelt
1782 William Crooke
1782 Peter Leydt

Pierre Van Cortlant
1783 Pierre 
Van Cortlandt

1783 Isaac Blauvelt
1783 Michael D. Henry
1783 John Martin Van Harlingen



Frederick Ferlinghuysen
Frederick Ferlinghuysen-
First Tutor

John Taylor
John Taylor-Tutor

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