Benedict Arnold

Military Officer

Benedict Arnold was born in Norwich, Connecticut, United States on January 14th, 1741 and is the Military Officer. At the age of 60, Benedict Arnold biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 14, 1741
United States
Place of Birth
Norwich, Connecticut, United States
Death Date
Jun 14, 1801 (age 60)
Zodiac Sign
Military Officer
Benedict Arnold Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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French and Indian War Revolutionary War (American service) Capture of Fort Ticonderoga Quebec Expedition Battle of Quebec (WIA) Battle of The Cedars Battle of Valcour Island Battle of Ridgefield (WIA) Siege of Fort Stanwix Battles of Saratoga (WIA) Revolutionary War (British service) Raid of Richmond Battle of Blandford Battle of Groton Heightscm
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Benedict Arnold Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Benedict Arnold Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Margaret Mansfield ​ ​(m. 1767; died 1775)​, Peggy Shippen ​(m. 1779)​
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'A narcissistic, evil and vengeful little man': Republicans pound on Matt Gaetz, saying he got 'schooled by AOC' as Fetterman says Republican party is 'one DNA test from the Jerry Springer show', October 5, 2023
Republicans tore into Rep. Matt Gaetz following the stunning removal of Kevin McCarthy as speaker. GOP officials in McCarthy's are comparing him to Benedict Arnold. Other prominent Republicans have accused him of collaborating with Democrats to sink McCarthy. Sen. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla) says Gaetz used to share video images of women he'd slept with - something Gaetz denied.

Big East: How the conference reincarnated itself 10 years on from 'death' of original, March 11, 2023
JAKE FENNER AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN: The original Big East Conference is dead, but it will never die.  Ten years ago this week, the 'old' Big East Conference played its final tournament with all its founding members (minus UConn). It was the last time fans of basketball would see some of the most storied programs in the Northeastern United States duke it out in the World's Most Famous Arena: Madison Square Garden, the Mecca of College Basketball.  Born out of necessity, the Big East Conference unified some of the top college basketball programs in America into one supergroup that embodied flashiness, brutality, and beauty all into one kettle that was constantly on the verge of boiling over. In 2013, someone turned down the heat when the conference broke up.