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William Tecumseh Sherman

Birthday: February 8, 1820 (71 years) Died: , 1891 (133 years Ago in United States)

HomeTown: Ohio, Ohio, United States

In 1867, the American Union commander William Tecumseh Sherman was given command of the western theatre of the American Civil War. Sherman was a member of the Union. The most notable aspect of his career was the execution of his “scorched earth” methods, which led to the destruction of Atlanta at the conclusion of the war. William Tecumseh Sherman was born on February 8, 1820 in Ohio, United States. William Tecumseh Sherman died on , 1891 at the age of 71 years in United States. Check below for more deets about William Tecumseh Sherman. This page will put a light upon the William Tecumseh Sherman bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name William Tecumseh Sherman
Real Name William Tecumseh Sherman
Profession(s) Politician,
Birthday February 8, 1820
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Death Died on , 1891 (133 years ago) (Age: 71 years) in United States
Gender Male
Birthplace Ohio, United States
Hometown Ohio, Ohio, United States
Nationality American

William Tecumseh Sherman Family

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William Tecumseh Sherman Trivia

  • William Tecumseh Sherman was born in Ohio, United States.
  • William Tecumseh Sherman’s birth sign is Aquarius.
  • After graduating from the esteemed West Point Military Academy, he joined the United States Army and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the 3rd United States Artillery.
  • Be a result of his exploits during the American Civil War, he is sometimes referred to as the “first modern general.”
  • Between the years 1850 and 1888, he was married to Ellen Ewing Sherman, and the couple ultimately had eight children together. Charles Taylor Sherman and John Sherman, two of his brothers, who went on to become renowned politicians.

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