Annie Oakley had a little brother called Little Jake.
It was a stage name created by her using the Oakley from the community she lived in in Cincinnati and her middle name.
She was never an explorer. She was a sharoshooter, a trickshot and a showman.
she hunted turkeys with small traps set in the woods behind her house. she would show them to her younger brother. her mom was a little ashamed of her boyish ways but young Annie didn't care!
Annie Oakley got married in 1882 to Frank Butler, who was also a sharpshooter.
The "Annie" was an American and British name for the 280 mm/11" railroad mounted artillery piece of Anzio fame. The Germans called it the Leopold or the K-5 . Because of staffing, barrell life and other factors, it was demed as an inefficient weapon of war. The "Annie" tradition was preserved after WW2 with the competitive need of the US Army to be a part of the Nuclear Arms triad/quadrad by having an "Atomic Annie" to counter the newly formed USAF dominance in the Nuclear Weapons field and the US Navy's search foracceptance of the Fleet Submarine loaded with launch tubes filled with ballistic missiles. The Army built and tested this weapon but had still not figured out how to transport it to a combat zone. "Arnhem Annie" may have existed, Based on numbers and facts, it is unlikley as a weapn.
I realize they called heavy artillery pieces "Annie" sometimes but after reading "Band of Brothers" by Stephen Ambrose he talks about "Arnhem Annie" being a German radio propaganda DJ that played American songs and surrender messages to American troops during Operation Market Garden in the Netherlands.
She had five older sisters named, Mary Jane Mosey, Born in 22 April 1851 and died in 1867, Lydia Mosey, Born 6 August 1852 and died 8 March 1882, Elisabeth Mosey, born 5 April 1855 and death unknown, Catherine Mosey, born 17 March 1857 and died 8 November 18 1859, Sarah Ellen Mosey, born 4 April 1858 and death unknown, one little brother named John Henry Mosey born 17 August 1862 and died 31 March 1949, and one half sister named Hulda Mosey born in 1863 and death unknown.
The last name Ogle is in the Annie Oakley blood line.
Annie Oakley's parents were Susan (Wise) Mosey and Jacob Mosey. Annie was the fifth child of seven children of Susan and Jacob Mosey.
Mary Jane Mosey (died from tuberculosis)
Mary Ellen (Mosey) Grabfelder
The youngest two were John Henry Mosey and Hulda (Mosey) Haines.
Annie's younger half-sister was Emily (Brumbaugh) Patterson.
Annie Oakley used a variety of rifles in her exhibitions. The Stevens she is associated with is one of the earlier tip-up variety, not sure of which model. She is also famously associated with the Model 1891 Marlin lever action, various Winchester models, and Parker shotguns. firstname.lastname@example.org
The US Civil War, The Mexican American War, The Spanish American War and World War I.
any answer was better than that idiot's. her familys fininacial situation was DREADFUL, and Annie wanted to help improve it.
annie oakley ha talk to school aged kids to convince them not to take drugs
The Broadway Musical Annie was a musical hit.
She did it well by sowing that ot only men can fire a gun, women can so she changed the world for women and that is impotant to other and me!
yes, she had 7 siblings.
shooting for supper at night and house cleaning
She died in Greenville, Ohio at the age of 66.
She did a number of shooting tricks with pistols and rifles.
On August 13th 2017 she will turn 157 years old.
She was an expert marksman and trick shot, certainly among the best of her day.
On October 28th, 1901, Buffalo Bill's Wild West show was moving by rail north bound in two parts. A south bound freight missed the signal that informed them that there were two trains coming.
After the first passed, the freight resumed the main line only to collide with the second half.
The damage was extensive. Nearly all the animals that had survived were so badly injured that they had to be put down. The railroad was nearly bankrupt by the damage payment.
The wreck site is along the rail line in the Abbot's Creek area of Davidson County, NC.
She was taught to shoot by her father before he died when she was six.
Jacob and Susan Mosey (Moses or Mozee)
Annie Oakley's parents were Jacob and Susan Moses.
Jacob and Susan Mozee
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