Thomas Edison Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Thomas Edison

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Biography Of Thomas Edison
Real NameThomas Edison
ProfessionTelecommunication, Automobile Industry
Nick NameThe Wizard of Menlo Park
Famous asInventor, Businessman
Personal life of Thomas Edison
Born on11 February 1847
Birthday11th February
Died At Age84
Sun SignAquarius
Born inMilan
Died on18 October 1931
Place of deathWest Orange
Personality TypeESTP
Diseases & DisabilitiesDyslexia, Hearing Impairments and Deafness
Grouping of PeoplePoorly Educated
Family Background of Thomas Edison
FatherSamuel Ogden Edison, Jr.
MotherNancy Matthews Elliott
Spouses/PartnersMina Miller (m. 1886-1931), Mary Stilwell (m. 1871-1884)
ChildrenCharles Edison, Theodore Miller Edison, Marion Estelle Edison, Thomas Alva Edison Jr., Madeleine Edison, William Leslie Edison
Founder/Co-FounderEdison Electric Light Company (General Electric Company)
Discoveries / InventionsFluoroscopy, Motion Picture Camera, Universal Electric Motor, Electrical Vote Recorder, Steel Alkaline Storage Battery, Motograph, Magnetic Ore Separator, Automatic Telegraph Systems, Paraffin Paper,mimeograph Machine, The Carbon Rheostat, The Microtasimeter,carbon Telephone Transmitter
Net worth$12 million
Personal Fact of  Thomas Edison

His is a rags-to-riches story – virtually turning the fate of his life from being a confused lad to the most recognized and respected American, amongst numerous others, in the world. Thomas Alva Edison is a name to reckon with in the scientific and technological circles of the world. A prolific inventor and a leading businessman, he was the mastermind behind numerous discoveries and innovations that helped build America’s economy.

It was his intelligence, ideas, hard work and perseverance that made him the front-runner in America’s first technological revolution. Edison is reported to have set the stage for the modern electric world. It is his discoveries and inventions that became the foundation of industries and made life blissful for the human race.

With about 1093 US patents and many more patents in other countries, Edison is accredited with numerous inventions, including stock ticker, phonograph, first practical electric light bulb, motion picture camera, mechanical vote recorder and a battery for an electric car.

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