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Transcript of John Burgoyne
John Burgoyne was a british general who presented a new plan for victory to help the British conquer New York in the American Revolutionary War.
Life After the Revolution
After the Revolution, he went to England, and after the loss, nobody liked him, and they were mean, and they picked on him.
John Burgoyne was born on Feb. 24, 1722, and he died on Aug. 4, 1792.
Born in Sutton, Bedfordshire at the age of ten, Burgoyne attended the Westminister school, as did many British army officers. John was athletic and outgoing and he enjoyed school where he made many numerous important friends. In April 1745, Burgoyne joined the newly raised 1st Royal Dragoons. His mom and dads name was Anna Marie Burgoyne, and his dad, well, Captain John Burgoyne.
Three facts about John Burgoyne:
1. John Burgoyne's nickname is " Gentleman Johnny."
2. He was the eldest son in the family.
3. He was a British general.
Role In The Revolution
John Burgoyne's role in the revolution was to be a British Army Officer.
One of John's character trait is that he was very intelligent. My proof that he is intelligent is that he entered the army at the age of 15!
By: Ryan Talada
He was also a LOYALIST