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George Smith Patton Jr Old Blood and Guts was a very important American He is most famous for his contributions to World War I and World War II He was considered one of the greatest generals in World War II From harsh discipline to his attack on the Germans without notification to his heroic behavior George Smith Patton Jr was an incredible person and leader George Smith Patton Jr proved to be one of the most remembered generals in United States history In Scotland a man ran from his home for obscured circumstances As soon as he was gone his identity was erased for his protection in the New World This new name that this refugee obtained was Robert Patton Years went by and Robert married a woman by the name of Anna Mercer daughter of Hugh Mercer who served as a surgeon in the French and Indian War in 1755 Robert and Anna had one child a boy named John Mercer Patton John grew up and married Margaret French Williams John and Margaret produced eight sons which all but two fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy One of those braves sons of John and Margaret was George Smith Patton George Smith Patton was married and had two sons one which was George Patton Jr and a daughter Sadly George was killed by a general who was in command of the Virginia Regiment at the Battle of Winchester Georges brother was also killed in the Civil War Georges wife soon remarried and then moved out to California George Smith Patton Jr was the third person in his family tree to receive the name George Smith Patton Patton Jr was determined make his name known to the world and time was the only obstacle He married the daughter of Don Benito and Margaret S Hereford of Los Angelos Her name was Ruth Wilson Although he had it in his blood to be a great
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