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William B. Travis

Birthday: August 1, 1809 (26 years) Died: , 1836 (188 years Ago in United States)

HomeTown: South Carolina, South Carolina, United States

William B. Travis was an American who served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Texas Army and was honoured posthumously for his heroic actions during the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. In addition, he penned a well-known letter that was later engraved on a plaque and placed in front of the Alamo. William B. Travis was born on August 1, 1809 in South Carolina, United States. William B. Travis died on , 1836 at the age of 26 years in United States. Check below for more deets about William B. Travis. This page will put a light upon the William B. Travis bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name William B. Travis
Real Name William B. Travis
Profession(s) War Hero,
Birthday August 1, 1809
Zodiac Sign Leo
Death Died on , 1836 (188 years ago) (Age: 26 years) in United States
Gender Male
Birthplace South Carolina, United States
Hometown South Carolina, South Carolina, United States
Nationality American

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  • William B. Travis was born in South Carolina, United States.
  • William B. Travis’s birth sign is Leo.
  • Before starting his career in the military, he worked as a teacher, started a newspaper, and practised law. He was born in South Carolina and reared in Alabama.
  • He wrote a famous letter at the start of the Battle of the Alamo that was addressed “To the People of Texas and All Americans in the World,” and that announced that he would never surrender. The letter garnered enormous support in the United States for the Texas Revolution and cemented Travis’ reputation as a valiant fighter in the annals of history.
  • In the year 1828, he tied the knot with Rosanna Cato. Before separating in 1836, the couple welcomed two children into the world: a boy and a daughter.

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