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  1. Eleanor Boyle Ewing Sherman (October 4, 1824 – November 28, 1888) was the wife of General William Tecumseh Sherman, a leading Union general in the American Civil War. She was also a prominent figure of the times in her own right.

  2. William T. “CumpSherman and Ellen Ewing had grown up as foster siblings before they married in 1850. Their sixty-year relationship, first as brother and sister, then as husband and wife, was complex and turbulent.

  3. New York, Nov. 29– Mrs. Ellen Ewing Sherman, wife of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, died at her home, 75 West Seventy first street. Mrs. Sherman's husband was by her bedside when she passed away, as were her daughters Rachel and Lizzie, and her son, Tecumseh.

  4. 23. Nov. 2022 · Ellen Ewing Sherman 1824-1888. Childhood playmate, foster sister, friend, confidante, advisor and wife of William Tecumseh Sherman. Like her husband she was intelligent, vivacious, opinionated and strong willed.

  5. New York, Nov. 29– Mrs. Ellen Ewing Sherman, wife of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, died at her home, 75 West Seventy first street. Mrs. Sherman’s husband was by her bedside when she passed away, as were her daughters Rachel and Lizzie, and her son, Tecumseh.

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    • Major General William Tecumseh Sherman
  6. 3. Nov. 2023 · Ellen Ewing Sherman (October 4, 1824 – November 28, 1888), was the wife of General William Tecumseh Sherman, a leading Union general in the American Civil War. She was also a prominent figure of the times in her own right.

  7. Ellen Ewing was the wife of General William Tecumseh Sherman. She lived in South Bend while her children went to Notre Dame and St. Mary's during the Civil War. It was not an uncommon practice at the time for families, most especially southern ones, to send their children to Notre Dame and St. Mary's to keep them safe during the war. It was ...