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What is Hiram Ulysses S. Grant real name?


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Ulysses S. Grant and his real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant.


His real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant, but after a mistake of a senator filling out his paperwork to West Point his name was acknowledged by the US government as Ulysses S. Grant.


His real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant. He changed it because he didn't want to enter West Point with initials like H.U.G He was named Hiram, after his grandfather, and Ulysses, after the hero in Greek mythology. Full name: Ulysses Simpson Grant


Ulysses S. Grant was the name put on his paperwork put into West Point. (The senator that put them in didn't take the time to ask it seems).


Ulysses S. Grant was the name put on his paperwork put into West Point. (The senator that put them in didn't take the time to ask it seems).


His father asked a senator he knew to fill out the paperwork so Ulysses could go to West Point. Because this senator didn't take time to ask he wrote Ulysses's name down wrong as Ulysses S. Grant. His real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant.


His father asked a senator he knew to fill out the paperwork so Ulysses could go to West Point. Because this senator didn't take time to ask he wrote Ulysses's name down wrong as Ulysses S. Grant. His real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant.


His father asked a senator he knew to fill out the paperwork so Ulysses could go to West Point. Because this senator didn't take time to ask he wrote Ulysses's name down wrong as Ulysses S. Grant. His real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant.


His father asked a senator he knew to fill out the paperwork so Ulysses could go to West Point. Because this senator didn't take time to ask he wrote Ulysses's name down wrong as Ulysses S. Grant. His real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant.


His father asked a senator he knew to fill out the paperwork so Ulysses could go to West Point. Because this senator didn't take time to ask he wrote Ulysses's name down wrong as Ulysses S. Grant. His real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant.


Grant's real name was Hiram Ulysses Grant. However, when he was nominated for West Point, the Congressman who nominated him, wrote his name as Ulysses S. Grant, presumably thinking his middle name was Simpson, which was his mother's maiden name. He never corrected his name with West Point, was commissioned as Ulysses S.Grant and that became his official army name. Maybe he did not like is old initials of HUG.


The Northern public liked the idea of the initials 'US', as it chimed with 'United States' and also 'Unconditional Surrender'. Also there has always been a suggestion that he was christened with a middle name 'Simpson'.


Hiram Ulysses s. Grant I might add, that he was known as Ulysses S. Grant. When he arrived at West Point military academy in 1839, he found that he had been registered as Ulysses Simpson Grant, and he never bothered to change it.For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section indicated below.


Ulysses Simpson Grant was born Hyram Ulysses Grant. He changed it because he preferred U.S. Grant over HUG.


Both of Grant's parents witnessed his presidency Grant couldn't stand the sight of blood Grant graduated from West Point Grant was a cigar lover Grant made a deal with Mark Twain Ulysses S. Grant is not his real name


· Ulysses S. Grant (U.S. President) · Upton Sinclair (author)




i think that his height is 5'10 i saw him in real life i traveled back in time and mesaured him.!!


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Cary Grant was born Archibald Alexander Leach.



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