Tillman in a sentence

The word "tillman" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of tillman and how to use it in a sentence.

This website focus on english words and example sentences, so everyone can learn how to use them. Easily browse through english vocabulary, listen the sentences or copy them.

How to use tillman in a sentence. Tillman pronunciation.

For almost 30 years Edward Waters College, an African Methodist Episcopal School, located on the north side of Kings Road in the western section of Jacksonville, has employed as watchman, Samuel Simeon Andrews (affectionately called "Parson"), a former slave of A.J. Lane of Georgia, Lewis Ripley of Beaufort, South Carolina, Ed Tillman of Dallas, Texas, and John Troy of Union Springs, Alabama.
play
copy
He was the leading spirit in the great reform movement that overspread the State several years ago, in which Ben Tillman was made Governor, and South Carolina's brightest light, both political and military, General Wade Hampton, was retired to private life.
play
copy
Sease, D.T., Earhart, C.B.W., Black, J.W., Oswalt, F. Wade, Huer, W.B. PRIVATES: Adams, I.P., Alewine, Philip, Alewine, W.W., Alewine, W.H., Alewine, J.L., Addy, M.W., Addy, S.L., Addy, E.I., Addy, J.W., Amick, E.R., Amick, H., Anderson, E., Anderson, J., Black, S.L., Blum, John, Busby, Tillman, Caughman, D.S., Craps, J.W., Craps.
play
copy
In his message to the General Assembly that year, 1893, Governor B.R. Tillman proposed him as the proper person to collect the records of the services of South Carolina soldiers in the Civil War, and to prepare suitable historical introduction to the volume.
play
copy
Senator Tillman of South Carolina inserted a vicious attack on northern women by the late Albert Bledsoe, who advised them to "cut their hair short, and their petticoats, too, and enter a la bloomer the ring of political prizefighters.
play
copy
Tillman H. Harpole, first lieutenant, Kansas City, Mo.
play
copy
Private Willie Boston, Machine Gun Company, home address, Roopville, Ga.; for extraordinary heroism in action near Ardeuil, September 29, 1918. Private Tillman Webster, Machine Gun Company, home address, Alexandria, La.; for extraordinary heroism in action near Ardeuil, September 29, 1918.
play
copy
We have all been taking turns in sitting up nights during the illness of husband and wife, and last night three of us were there, Captain Tillman and Faye in one room, and I with Mrs. White.
play
copy

Examples of Tillman

Example #1
Besides "Parson," two other slave-children, Ed Jones who now lives in Sparta, Georgia, and George Bailey were born in Tatum Square that night.
Example #2
The morning after their births, a woman was sent from the nearby A.J. Lane plantation to take care of the three mothers; this nurse proved to be "Parson's" grandmother.
Example #3
For several terms he filled the office of Clerk of the Court of his native county, and served two terms in the United States Congress.
Example #4
He was of the same age of Captain Peck, born and reared in Laurens County, where he returned after the close of the war and still resides, enjoying all the comforts emanating from a well spent life.
Example #5
The firing ceased about 9 o'clock, and all became still as death, save the groaning of the wounded soldiers in the hospital, or the calls and cries of those left upon the battlefield.
Example #6
So cruel, so sickening, so heart-rending to those even of the stoutest nerves!-once seen, is indelibly impressed upon your mind forever.