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| name        =William Frederick Cody
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| birth        =February 26, 1846<br/>LeClaire, Iowa
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| parents      =Isaac Cody<br/>Mary Ann Laycock Cody
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| religion    =Freemason
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| spouse      =Louisa Frederici (m. March 6, 1866)
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| children    =Arta Lucille Cody<br/>Kit Carson Cody<br/>Orra Maude Cody<br/>Irma Louise Cody
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| death        =January 10, 1917<br/>Denver, Colorado
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| burial      =Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum, Golden, Colorado
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| education    =Minimal public education
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| occupation  =Buffalo hunter<br/>Scout, US Army (1864-66; 1868-72)<br/>Wild West showman
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| writings    =''The Life and Adventures of Buffalo Bill'' (1879)<br/>''Buffalo Bill's Own Story'' (1917)
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According to the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave web site, "'''''Buffalo Bill''''' (born William F. Cody) was born in [[LeClaire, Iowa]] in 1846." <ref>[http://buffalobill.org/history.htm]</ref>
 
According to the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave web site, "'''''Buffalo Bill''''' (born William F. Cody) was born in [[LeClaire, Iowa]] in 1846." <ref>[http://buffalobill.org/history.htm]</ref>
  

Revision as of 02:33, 20 November 2012

William Frederick Cody
Personal
Date & Place of Birth February 26, 1846
LeClaire, Iowa
Parents Isaac Cody
Mary Ann Laycock Cody
Religion Freemason
Spouse Louisa Frederici (m. March 6, 1866)
Children Arta Lucille Cody
Kit Carson Cody
Orra Maude Cody
Irma Louise Cody
Date & Place of Death January 10, 1917
Denver, Colorado
Place of Burial Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum, Golden, Colorado
Education Minimal public education
Occupation Buffalo hunter
Scout, US Army (1864-66; 1868-72)
Wild West showman
Writings The Life and Adventures of Buffalo Bill (1879)
Buffalo Bill's Own Story (1917)


According to the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave web site, "Buffalo Bill (born William F. Cody) was born in LeClaire, Iowa in 1846." [1]

References

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