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Zachary Taylor


Twelfth Chief executive of america and a 40-year experienced from the armed service who helped lead the U.S. to triumph in the Mexican-American Battle. He defeated Shawnee main Tecumseh’s assault on Fort Harrison in Indiana Place during the Battle of 1812. He was the last chief executive to possess slaves during his term and experienced among the shortest presidencies after dying 16 weeks into his term. He launched his child, Sarah Knox Taylor, to Jefferson Davis, potential president from the Confederacy, but she’d pass away from malaria immediately after their relationship in 1835. He passed away 16 weeks after entering workplace and was been successful by Millard Fillmore.

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Full Name Zachary Taylor
Date Of Birth November 24, 1784
Died July 9, 1850, Washington, D.C., United States
Place Of Birth Barboursville, VA
Height 1.73 m
Profession US President
Nationality American
Spouse Margaret Taylor
Children Sarah Knox Taylor, Richard Taylor, Mary Elizabeth Bliss, Ann Mackall, Margaret Smith, Octavia Pannell
Parents Sarah Strother, Richard Taylor
Siblings Joseph Pannell Taylor
Movies Subway Stories, Camp Stories
Star Sign Sagittarius

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