were did henry knox die
Henry Knox Sherrill died in 1980.
he choked on a chicken bon
Henry knox lived in wells
Henry Knox was born on July 25, 1750.
Henry Knox Sherrill was born in 1890.
NO! Fort Knox was established in 1918 as Camp Knox (named for Major General Henry Knox, first U.S. secretary of war
Because Henry Knox ate an Ox's tail.
Henry Knox died from peritonitis while eating a chicken dinner. Apparently a chicken bone got lodged in his intestines and he lingered for two days before dying.
Henry Knox had 13 children and only 1 son
Knox as in James Knox Polk or Henry Knox
Henry Knox died on October 25, 1806 at the age of 56.
Henry Knox full name was Henry Knox. The first US Secretary of War, 1789 - 1794
Henry Knox got his nickname because he ate an ox's tail. Knox was the first United States Secretary of War from 1789 until 1794.
William and Mary Knox are Henry's parents.
Henry married Lucy Flucker.
Henry Knox was born in 1789. He was a military officer in the Continental Army of the U.S. and the U.S. Army later on in life.
Henry Knox was born on July 25, 1750 and died on October 25, 1806. Henry Knox would have been 56 years old at the time of death or 265 years old today.
Henry Knox had a brother named William. William accompanied Henry on the trip to Fort Ticonderoga to fetch the cannon for Washington's Army in the Winter of 1775-76. Henry was 25 at the time and in command of the mission. William was 19.
The home state of Henry Knox was Massachusetts. He was born in Boston in 1750 and passed away in Thomaston, Massachusetts in 1806.
Henry Knox went to fort Ticonderoga for weapons and had a long 300 mile journey back to Boston
henry knox was a Brigadier-General in 1776 in the continental army along with Nathanael Greene and general (or cheif in command) George Washington in the continental army. Henry Knox was also a colonel in artillary in 1775.
the first sectary of war
The address of the Montpelier-General Henry Knox Museum is: , Thomaston, ME 04861
The web address of the Montpellier-Henry Knox Museum is: http://knoxmuseum.org