Samuel F.B Morse is an American painter and inventor. He was born on April 27, 1791 by Elizabeth Ann Finley Breese and Jedidiah Morse in (Charlestown) Boston, Massachusetts. His parents called him “Finley”. He was from the United States; he had two wives Elizabeth Griswold and Lucretia Walker. He also had seven children, Susan, Samuel, Charles, Cornelia, William, Edward, and James Morse.
African American abolitionist William Howard Day was born October 16, 1825 in New York City. William was raised by his mother, Eliza and father John. Day mother Eliza was a founding member of the first AME Zion church and an abolitionist. Day father was a sail maker who fought in the War of 1812 and in Algiers, in 1815, and died when William was four. As a child William mother gave him away to a white ink manufacturer who advocated the abolitionist and temperance movement.
The young boy had 11 siblings, he was the second oldest son and the oldest surviving son. When Paul Revere jr. was growing up in Boston, Boston had really great public schools. Paul Revere 's dad wanted his son to follow in his footsteps and become a silversmith just like him. Revere thought differently, and at the age of thirteen Paul had graduated from writing school. At the age of nineteen his father died and he took over the family business of being a silversmith.
William Paterson In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania the Constitutional Convention concluded with 38 of the 41 delegates signing the United States Constitution. Among those 38 men was William Paterson of New Jersey. William Paterson came to America from Ireland when he was just years old. His father did well in manufacturing and selling tin goods which allowed William a good education in private schools. He entered the College of New Jersey which is now Princeton at the age of 14.
Well the story is full with high and low the book is very interesting about is that it’s a page turner. Chapter one is where the story begin in Yixian year 1909-1933. Jung Chang great-grandfather was Yang Ru-shan, born in 1894 as the single boy. Yang Ru-shan married at fourteen to a woman six years
Dylan Aviles World History Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767 in the Waxhaws region of North Carolina. Jackson was elected as the seventh president of the United States in 1828. Jackson's candidacy for President quickly gained many supporters early on. Jackson stood as an example of someone who came from nothing.
Winfield Scott Hancock was born on February 14, 1823, in Montgomery square, Pennsylvania. The son of Benjamin Franklin Hancock and Elizabeth Hoxworth Hancock. Winfield was named after the a famous general in the war of 1812. Winfield 's parents and family has lived in Montgomery for generations and there of English, Scottish, and Welsh descent. Winfield was first educated at Norristown and then when the first public school came out in the 1830s, he was taken out of Norristown Academy and was put in the-the new school.
On January 14, 1741 in Norwich, Connecticut, Benedict Arnold, the famed man whose name is now synonymous with “traitor”, was born to Hannah Waterman King and Benedict Arnold Senior. Benedict was named for his great-grandfather, along with his grandfather, father, and older brother, an early governor of the Colony of Rhode Island (U. S. History). He was the second-born out of the 6 Arnold children, unfortunately, only his sister, Hannah, and himself survived to adulthood. His older brother died during infancy and the others fell victim to Yellow Fever when Benedict was twelve. Benedict Arnold Senior. was well respected in upper Norwich society, until his reputation switched from that of a successful businessman to that of a rowdy drunk
Lou Gehrig, a name commonly placed with the disease ALS, however, Lou Gehrig was more than just a face for a disease. He was a phenomenal baseball player, a true American hero, a son, a husband and an idol to many. Many say that if one looks up the word “ballplayer” in the dictionary there is an image of Lou Gehrig sitting there as the definition. Lou Gehrig was born June 19, 1903 in New York City, the son of German immigrants, Christina Flack and Heinrich Gehrig. His parents had four children and Lou was the only one that survived past infancy.
Bite mark case was the only evidence that shows that Bundy is involved in all these 35 plus murders. Ted Bendy (courtesy of Google) Biography of Ted Bundy: Ted Bundy with birth name of Theodore Robert Cowell was born in Elizbath Lund home on 24th of November 1946. But his father was unknown, it was belived that he is son of some one else from his mother family.
On September 12,1818 on a large plantation in Hertford County,N.C. Richard J. Gatling was born. Working with his father they perfected machines to sow cotton and thin cotton plants. At the age 15 Richard started working in the county clerk 's office,he worked there until the age 19. Richard then taught school briefly,and then became a merchant.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. was born in Boston on March 8, 1841. He would live until two days shy of his 94th birthday. His dad, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., was a doctor, a teacher of drug at Harvard, and a writer of books, verse, and diverting expositions. In this manner, Holmes experienced childhood in an artistic, and prosperous, family. Holmes went to tuition based schools in Boston and afterward, similar to his dad, Harvard.
1) Isaac Monroe Cline was born October 13, 1861. He was an outstanding meteorologist who worked for the Weather Bureau or now known as the National Weather Service. He grew up in Tennessee with his two parents, Mary and John and his brother Joseph. He attended Hiwassee college. His first real job was as a priest.
In 1908, a son of Joseph L. Naar, Henry Kelsey Naar, was treasurer of the newspaper. David Naar was elected a Delegate from Essex County to the State Constitutional Convention that was called into session on May 14, 1844, at Trenton and finished its work on June 28, 1844. The new constitution was confirmed by popular vote in August, 1844. David Naar was a member of the committee on the new bill of rights and played a prominent part in its deliberations and conclusions. Previously Roman Catholics had been denied the franchise and office-holding.