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  • 2nd Lt. Walter A. Pinchback (1868 - 1938)
    Died of prostration in Washington, DC Graduate of Phillips Academy and Howard University school of law. During the Spanish-American War he served as a lieutenant in the infantry. He was a membe...
  • Rep. Richard D. Cutts (1771 - 1845)
    Graduated from Harvard in 1790, after which he studied law, but was diverted to business, was extensively engaged in commerce, and spent some time in Europe. On his return he became a member of the Mas...
  • Robert Livingston “Tim” Ireland, III (1920 - 2002)
    R. L. Ireland III, known as "Tim", died at his home in Thomasville on Feb. 4, 2002. The cause of death was prostate cancer. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6 2002 at All Saints' Epis...
  • Robert Livingston Ireland, Jr. (1895 - 1981)
    Son of Robert L Ireland, Sr and his wife Kate Benedict Hanna. Widower of Margaret Allen Ireland. Died of bone cancer. He attended University School in Shaker Heights, Ohio and went on to prepar...
  • E. Bronson Ingram II (1931 - 1995)
    E. Bronson Ingram II (1931–1995) was an American billionaire heir and business executive. He served as the Chairman of Ingram Industries from 1963 to 1995. He was a director and large shareholder of ...

Phillips Academy

Phillips Academy Andover (also known as Phillips Academy, Andover, or PA) is a co-educational independent boarding preparatory school for boarding and day students in grades 9–12, along with a post-graduate (PG) year. The school is located in Andover, Massachusetts, United States, 25 miles north of Boston. The school has a student population of 1,138, and is selective, accepting 13% of applicants.

Phillips Academy alumni

The following is a list of famous past students of Phillips Academy (also known as Phillips Andover and Andover) and of the former Abbot Academy (Phillips became coeducational in 1973 by merging with its sister school).

Andover alumni are often called Old Phillipians.