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Is john Jacob jingle heimer smith real?
The song is actually titled John Jacob Jingle Heimer Schmidt. However, the song is just an old children's song that is sung over and over, and not based on a real person.
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I think you mean John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt. Lyrics: John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, His name is my name, too. Whenever we go out The people always shout, "Ther…e goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt!" a na na na na na na.
Taylor Lautner played Jacob Black.
He drowned when the Titanic sank with his Airedale.
No. In fact she married John Rolfe, a famous tobacco farmer, against her will when she was taken hostage by Captain Samuel Argall (the second leader of Jamestown when John Smi…th went back to England because of a gunpowder wound). No.She married John Rolfe.In Disney's Movie you might have thought that. i am reaserching on Pocahontas so im serching for information Pocahontas was a nickname for the native girl named Mokota who was intrigued by John Smith. After she saved him from getting his brains busted, they became close friends. Later, he was injured and returned to England, and she was told he was dead. She married John Rolfe at 16, and several years after he brought her to England to meet with King James and Queen Anne. She never had a royal hearing, but she did wait on the queen as one of her ladies. She met up with John Smith again in England when he learned that she was about to move back to Virginia. During that time, she called him "father" because that was the way she felt about him, and she said that he should call her "child." It was only several weeks later that she died in England. No. She married John Rolfe in April 1614, when she was 18 or 19 years old. She was only about 12 when she allegedly interceded for John Smith in December, 1607 its really married but o well. any ways no after a while he was captured, Pocahontas was told he was dead. but he really was not. she left an got married to john Rolfe. she saw him again an lets just say they talked an agreed never to see each other again! that's terrible! :( that's the best i got :)
If you are talking about back around 1706, with Jamestown, Virginia and with the Mayflower; then yes, John Smith is a real person.
jingle could be a range of things so poo you
He's taking time out from acting because he feels that there is no room for him in the acting industry. Right now, he's just trying to be a normal person and enjoy his life.
His name is my name too! [[User:Litotes|Litotes]] *Laugh!* "John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt" is a fictional character in a popular, repetetive children's song. The lyric…s are of unknown origin, but for most young American children, the long, German-sounding name and the lyrics are funny, making it a popular tune for kids to sing at camp or on long rides together. His name is my name too! Whenever we go out, The people always shout. The last name is actually Schmidt The most common German last name which translates to Smith. The rhyme originated in the US and is mocking the much longer and often funny sounding northern European surnames. The surname Schmidt and the surname suffix Heimer are of German origin. The song is sung in infinite repetition with each repeat sung quieter than the last except for the last verse which is shouted. Often referred to as the " bus song " John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt his name is my name too whenever we go out the people always shout there goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt. Da da - da da - da da da
The rhyme originated in the US and is mocking the much longer and often funny sounding northern European surnames. The surname Schmidt and the surname suffix Heimer are of Ger…man origin. The song is sung in infinite repetition with each repeat sung quieter than the last except for the last verse which is shouted. Often referred to as the " bus song " John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt his name is my name too whenever we go out the people always shout there goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt. Da da - da da - da da da
going to new york is the simple answer. The more complicated answer is that his choice to leave New York in the first place, and take an extended honeymoon in Europe and Egypt…, had much to do with the shunning of himself and his new, much younger wife from New York society. Another answer, equally correct is that he and his wife had decided to cut short their extended honeymoon and return home, due to the fact that Madeleine had discovered while abroad, that she was pregnant. And so, the couple, wanting their baby to be born in New York, returned earlier than anticipated and hence, booked passage on the RMS Titanic.
Sometimes it means those annoying slogans on adverts that are sung.
He is remembered for his role in establishing the first permanent English settlement in North America at Jamestown, Virginia. He also was remembered for his strong words "You …don't work you don't eat!" He fought in the world war II battle no not that one the one that sailed the Chesapeake bay
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John Jacob Astor was the wealthiest passenger on board the Titanic and, as well as his wife Madeleine Astor, his party included his servant, his wife's maid and nurse, a…nd his pet Airedale, Kitty. At 11:40 p.m. on April 14, 1912 the Titanic hit an iceberg and began sinking. At first Astor did not believe the ship was in any serious danger, but later he helped his wife into a lifeboat. He asked if he could join her, mentioning her "delicate condition" (she was five months pregnant at the time), but the officer in charge told him not until all the women and children were away. Astor reportedly stood back and asked for the lifeboat number, then, after lighting a cigarette, he tossed his gloves to Madeleine. She survived. John Jacob Astor IV's body was recovered by the steamer Mackay-Bennett on April 22 not far from the sinking:
Simple historical inaccuraccy- the real life Pocahontas saved John Smith's life by interceding with her father to spare him, and befriended her, but did not marry her. She in …fact married an English tobacco planter living in the West Indies named John Rolfe in 1614, bore him a son Thomas the following year, and in 1616 they travelled to England for her to be presented to the court of King James 1st. She converted to Christianity, and changed her name to Rebecca. When Rolfe and the rest of his family returned to the West Indies in 1617 she remained behind, but died in the March of that year aged only about 21. The cause of her death is not known- it may have been TB, smallpox, pneumonia, or possible poisoning by English racists, but it was NOT of a broken heart at being seperated from her husband as legend tells- she CHOSE not to go back to the West Indies with him, and he always planned to return to see her before long. She is believed to be buried in St. George's churchyard in Gravesend, but the exact site of her grave is not known. The Disney film probably made her marry Captain John Smith out of convenience- the film was aimed at a young audience, and the producers may have felt that having Smith then leave the picture and her go on to marry somebody else would have been too confusing for small children to follow. But it nonetheless shows a shameful disregard of historical fact, and can hardly serve to properly educate the young!