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  2. Colonel Sanders - Wikipedia

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    Colonel Harland David Sanders was an American businessman, best known for founding fast food chicken restaurant chain Kentucky Fried Chicken and later acting as the company's brand ambassador and symbol. His name and image are still symbols of the company. Sanders held a number of jobs in his early life, such as steam engine stoker, insurance salesman, and filling station operator. He began selling fried chicken from his roadside restaurant in North Corbin, Kentucky, during the Great Depression.

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  3. Colonel Harland Sanders - KFC, Story & Death - Biography

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    Who Was Colonel Harland Sanders? At the age of 40, Harland Sanders was running a popular Kentucky service station that also served food—so popular, in fact, that the governor of Kentucky...

  4. 8 Things You May Not Know About the Real Colonel Sanders

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    According to Josh Ozersky’s book Colonel Sanders and the American Dream, Stewart exchanged his paintbrush for a gun and fatally shot Shell district manager Robert Gibson. Sanders returned fire...

  5. Colonel Sanders Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

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    Colonel Sanders was an American businessman, best known as the founder of ‘Kentucky Fried Chicken’ (KFC) restaurant chain, which emerged as a fast-food sensation in the 1960s. He left home as a young lad, and did a variety of jobs, including that of a farm help, conductor, railroad fireman, salesman, and soldier in the U.S Army, but found it difficult to keep a job for long.

  6. The Tragic, Real-Life Story Of Colonel Sanders - Mashed.com

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    In the '50s, Colonel Sanders was struck by two blows of bad luck in rapid succession, putting the success he had finally found at great risk. The first came when the highway junction situated in front of his restaurant was moved to another location, effectively putting an end to the busy traffic which regularly passed by — and provided him with customers.

  7. Colonel Sanders' historic restaurant is for sale and KFC isn ...

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    Col. Harland Sanders married Claudia in 1949 and opened the Claudia Sanders Dinner House for his wife in 1959 on a 3-acre property that also includes their 5,000-square-foot private residence ...

  8. Colonel Sanders' Kentucky Home (and KFC's First HQ) Is for ...

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    The three-acre, Shelbyville property, which includes a 5,000-square-foot residence known as Blackwood Hall, once owned by Colonel Harland Sanders and his wife Claudia, as well as the Claudia...

  9. The Truth About Colonel Sanders' Wives - Mashed.com

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    Colonel Sanders might have tried to kidnap his children Instagram Colonel Sanders married his first wife, Josephine, in 1908, when he was 18 years old, per Snopes. Their marriage was rocky from the start.

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