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Text:"... Union General Ulysses S. Grant, who brought devastating ruin to the Confederacy, to have been married to a Southern belle. i I But he was. , JULIABOGGSDENTGRANT Young JuliaBoggsDent grew up..."
Date:Apr 4 2010
Publication:Athens, Alabama, United States of America
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Text:"... Building, San Antonio, Texas 78206. Was Jacqueline Kennedy the first wife of a President to visit the ACTION: President Grant's wife, JuliaBoggsDentGrant, was received by Pope Leo XIII in March 1878..."
Date:Mar 5 1974
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... BoggsDentGrant will be portrayed by Becky Ferral is a member of the Women in History organization from The Women in History has become an important part of Beckys She enjoys working with the other..."
Date:Oct 13 2006
Publication:Orrville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Johnson, Mary Todd Lin- coln, JuliaBoggsDentGrant, and Lucy Wares Webb Hayes. The business meeting was con- ducted by Mrs. Edward H. Bai- ley, past president, and guests were greeted at the door by Mrs..."
Date:Feb 26 1973
Publication:Traverse City, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...UNIVERSITIES AND THEIR SONS 335 Grant Ward, bankers, 1884; now residing in San Diego, Cal. ULYSSES S. GRANT, Jr., Lawyer, son of General Ulysses S. and JuliaBoggs (Dent) Grant, was born in Bethel..."
Date:1898
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...UNIVERSITIES AND THEIR SONS 325 Grant Ward, bankers, 1884; now residing in San Diego, Cal. ULYSSES S. GRANT, Jr., Lawyer, son of General Ulysses S. and JuliaBoggs (Dent) Grant, was born in Bethel..."
Date:1900
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... hastened from his tour, to celebrate at Long Branch, with his family, his silver wedding, for on the 22d Aug., 1848, Oapt. Ulysses S. Grant wa� married to JuliaBoggsDent in the city of St. Ltiuis..."
Date:Sep 6 1873
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... first met Julia, BoggsDent at the house of Colonel O'Fallan, in St. Louis, where MissDent was visiting, in 1843. The introduction was not by the young lady's brother, but by. Mr. Hazllit, a classmate..."
Date:Jan 19 1878
Publication:Emmetsburg, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-two; b-four; c-six; d-eight 5. What famous Illinoisan married JuliaBoggsDent? a-Ulysses S. Grant; b-David Davis; c-John Reynolds; d-Stephen A. Douglas (Answers on page ) Women of the Moose meet The Women..."
Date:Nov 9 1973
Publication:Mount Carmel, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... by Chad Carpenter XDONYKN6W A8WT Voo Bor THIS L M BOYD REVISITED Q Quick where was JuliaBoggsDent interred A Wont bite on that one sir In Grants Tomb She was MrsGrant A Southern Californian who says he..."
Date:July 9 2003
Publication:Sitka, Alaska, United States of America
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Text:".... The President and his wife had four children. JuliaBoggsDent, four years younger than her husband, became his fiancee when he was a lieutenant in the 4th Infantry, stationed at St. Louis The wedding..."
Date:Apr 29 1964
Publication:Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:".... Nebraska law technically prohibits a mother from waving her daughter’s hair. Q. Quick, where was JuliaBoggsDent Interred? A. Won’t bite on that one, sir. In Grant’s Tomb. She was Mrs. Grant. SEEK &..."
Date:Jan 22 1990
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... was elected. They, Jesse Root and Hannah Simpson Grant, lived a! the White House for a time with their oldest child and his family. The President and his wife had four children. JuliaBoggsDent, four years..."
Date:Apr 23 1968
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Ulysses Grant, on April 27, 1822. He was the son of Jesse Root Grant, of “near Greensburg,” Pennsylvania, and Hannah Simpson, of Horsham, Pa. U.S. married JuliaBoggsDent. Other surnames in his direct..."
Date:Aug 24 2000
Publication:Ashtabula, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... at the White House for a time with their oldest child and his family. The President and his wife had four children. JuliaBoggsDent, four years younger than her husband, became his fiancee when he..."
Date:Apr 29 1968
Publication:Woodland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... Grant married a Mis- souri slave-owner's daughter, JuliaBoggsDent, and was given three slaves, whom he later freed. Grant adored his wife and four children, and reunited with them whenever he could..."
Date:Mar 12 2006
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to MissJuliaBoggsDent was celebrated at the residence of the brides father in The ceremony was performed by the a The groomsmen Cadmus an army who was afterwards a general officer in the Confederate..."
Date:Sep 6 1873
Publication:Aiken, South Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... Grant was receptive his wife the former JuliaBoggsDent was renomination in 1876 and actively sought a third term in 1880 but the Old Guard Republicans rejected him both times Following a triumphal world..."
Date:Aug 25 1972
Publication:Xenia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... was receptive his wife, the for- mer JuliaBoggsDent, was eager to renomination in 1876, and actively sought a third term in 1880, but the Old Guard Republicans rejected him both times. Following a triumphal..."
Date:July 30 1972
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America