Samuel Morse Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Samuel Morse

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Biography Of Samuel Morse
Real Name Samuel Morse
Profession Painters
Nick Name Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Samuel F. B. Morse
Famous as Painter
Nationality American
Religion Unitarian Universalism
Personal Life of Samuel Morse
Born on 27 April 1791
Birthday 27th April
Died At Age 80
Sun Sign Taurus
Born in Charlestown, Boston
Died on 02 April 1872
Place of death New York City
City Massachussets
Grouping of People Philanthropists
Family Background of Samuel Morse
Father Jedidiah Morse
Mother Elizabeth Ann Finley Breese
Siblings Sidney Edwards Morse, Richard Cary Morse
Spouses/Partners Elizabeth Griswold, Lucretia Walker
Children Susan Morse, Charles Morse, James Morse, Samuel Morse, Cornelia Morse, William Morse, Edward Morse
Education Phillips Academy, 1815 – Royal Academy of Arts, 1810 – Yale College
Founder/Co-Founder National Academy Museum and School, Western Union
Discoveries / Inventions Improvement In Electro-Magnetic Telegraphs, Morse Code
Personal Fact of Samuel Morse

Samuel Morse was an American painter and inventor, who invented the single-wire telegraph system.. Born to a modest household, Morse started his career as a painter, his forte being portraiture. In no time, he established a name for himself in the field of painting and painted portraits of significant personalities such as, former US President John Adams and James Monroe and French aristocrat Marquis de Lafayette.

Though Morse was always fascinated with electromagnetism, it was the sudden news of the death of his wife that gave him the impetus to come up with a device that allowed long-distance communication. After years of hard work, he finally came up with the single-wire telegraph system that changed the way people sent and received messages in the world. He co-developed Morse Code, a method of transmitting textual information as a series on an off tones. Interestingly, in some parts of the world, Morse Code is still in use in radio communications

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