What is the birthday of Henry Sampson?
Henry Sampson, horoscope for birth date 22 April 1934, born in Jackson,
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Deborah Sampson was a woman who wanted to fight in theRevolutionary War, but they wouldn't let her because she was awoman. She disguised herself as a man named Robert Shurtliff andfought better than some of the men! She later got wounded butremoved the bullet all by herself so no one would find out …that shewas a woman. She also got a fever later, and the doctor eventuallyfound out she was a woman. She was honorably discharged from thearmy and was given a pension of $4 a month after Paul Revere wroteto Congress on her behalf. (MORE)
Marty Sampson and Michelle Sampson are husbands and wives. They were married last 2006. They also have a child, Phoenix.
Henry Thomas Sampson (born in Jackson, Mississippi in 1934) is an American inventor. He is considered one of the many brilliant black inventors today. He is not dead but he is still alive.
As of June 17, 2014 Henry Sampson has not died and is alive andwell. He currently a technical consultant to black colleges anduniversities.
i believe he does have a family but no sites i have been on can tell me anything about Henry Sampson's family life. there is hardly any information about him.
Charles & Emma Sampson don't use wiki because it is a really bad website that doesn't give you true information so please don't use this website or your project or assingment will be wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Henry Thomas Sampson invented the gamma electric cell, a devicethat used direct-conversion energy in order to convert gammaradiation to electricity. The invention's intent is to provideauxiliary power to a nuclear reactor that is shielding. He issometimes mistakenly credited with inventing the cell …phone. (MORE)
Henry Sampson affected the world with his invention of a bindersystem meant for explosives and propellants. He also invented acase bonding system, which was meant for propellants of castcomposite.
Henry Sampson was born in 1934, and as of 2014, he appears to bestill alive. He made a charitable donation to a university in 2014.
George William Sampson (born in June 29, 1993) is a street dancer from Warrington, England and the winner of the second season of Britain's Got Talent on May 31, 2008. As the prize for the competition, he received Â£100,000 and the opportunity to perform at the 2008 Royal Variety Performance …before Prince Charles. He's also starred in the hip hop show Into the Hoods in London. Now, he has an album of 2 songs: Headz Up and Get up on the Dance Floor . (MORE)
GT Sampson was an African American inventor. Sampson is best knownfor his invention of the clothes dryer in 1892.
She taught herself until she was 18 and then tought summer schoolfrom 1779 - 1780.
A quote from Deborah Sampson is "I am indeed willing toacknowledge what I have done, an error and presumption. I will callit an error and presumption because I swerved from the accustomedflowery path of female delicacy, to walk upon the heroic precipiceof feminine perdition!" Deborah Sampson, o…n her controversialmilitary service in the American Revolution,1802. (MORE)
Deborah Sampson is not liked by most people. She is a very interesting character. She sports short black hair which she spickes in the front with an excessive amount of gel. She also is a fan of wearing sunglasses, more specifically aviators, which are very trendy aside from the fact that she only w…ears them in the winter and when inside a classroom. Not trendy. She also chooses to sport many pastel button down shirts which are too tight for her body and hug her disgusting biceps. We are not impressed Deborah. (MORE)
Now is the times that try mens souls :"I am indeed willing to acknowledge what I have done, an error and presumption. I will call it an error
Since he has been dead for over a hundred years, you cannot give him anything but a kind thought.
Henry T. Thomas Sampson, Jr. is an American inventor. He was bornin Jackson, Mississippi in 1934. His father name was H. T. SampsonSr., former executive dean of Jackson State University.
Well yes and no. Little known to most, both Sampson and Gregory star in a spin off of the famous play "Romeo and Juliet" called "Sampson and Gregory." It expands upon their role as servants to the Capulet's. As it turns out, Gregory is a scientist from the year 2089, where not much had changed other… then English becoming Elizabethan English again.. Sampson is Gregory's best friend who is also quite the ladies man despite being an eagle scout. During one of Gregory's many lab experiments, he unintentionally opened a the first ever time vortex hole. Even though he warned Sampson to stay away from the hole, Sampson is too thick headed and stubborn to listen. Sampson stumbled into the vertex hole transporting him into the year 1303. Gregory, concerned for his friend, jumps in after Sampson. When they arrive in the year 1303, the are broke and confused. Gregory freaks out while Sampson remains calm and controls the situation. They run into Tybalt Capulet, who quickly offers them a job due to Sampson's impressive knot tying skill. As they both arrive at the house of the Capulet, the met the stunning Capulet daughter Juliet. They both fall in love with the breathtaking Juliet. They are crushed at the party to see their lovely Juliet hooking up with the Montague swine Romeo. Both plot Romeo's murder. Thus ends act one. (MORE)
he is an actor, but he died. also he is full creek indian. plus he is my great grandpa. i never met him, but i bet he's nice.
The actor Will Sampson died of post operative complications following a heart and lung transplant.
Sampson Slithers is a fictional character in the series, "The Adventures of Tocay". He is a smart-alecky tattle-tale python. He is often shown as serious and highly intelligent, often confusing readers with his large vocabulary and complex statements. He has only been shown as a dork once, in which …he cried and cried for getting an A-. In episode 11, So-long Sampson, Sampson was accidentally killed by Tocay after falling off the stairs. He was revived when Tocay went back in time and stopped himself from pushing Sampson down the stairs. He is 9 years old. (MORE)
Which Henry Lee? There is a whole list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Lee yea there r a bunch some war guy and then the one I'm looking for Dr. Henry Lee a forensic scientist!!!!!
The birth and death of Henry Woodward are unknown but we do know he sold the light bulb to Edison
Nic Sampson (born November 18, 1986) is a New Zealand actor mostly known for playing Chip Thorn in Power Rangers: Mystic Force and the voice of the Sentinel Knight in Power Rangers Operation Overdrive. Before both of his roles in Power Rangers, Sampson was a local celebrity among the schoolgirls of …Wellington for his comedy band, Guns 'n' Moses (named after the headmaster of his old school). He was very involved with his band and they enjoyed mild to moderate success. (MORE)
Was Henry T Sampson inventor of the cell phone and GT Sampson inventor of the clothes dryer related?
Henry Sampson didn't invent the cellular phone, a man by the name of Martin Cooper did. Henry Sampson did invent the PHOTO ELECTRIC CELL, which has nothing in common with the cell phone.
You can go on google and look up "important facts about Henry T Sampson" and it should give you some facts
Sampson didn't invent the cell phone. Dr. Martin Cooper did in 1974, but Bell Labs came up with one in 1947. The Martin phone is what we use today.
According to http://inventors.about.com/library/weekly/aa070899.htm the inventors of the Radio telephone system, the modern cell phone, was a man named Dr. Martin Cooper. Other inventors include, Richard W. Dronsuth, Albert J. Mikulski, Charles N. Lynk Jr. James J. Mikulski, John F. Mitchell, Roy A.… Richardson, and John H. Sangster. Cooper made the first call on a portable cell phone in April 1973. He made that call to his rival, Joel Engel. Bell Laboratories introduced the idea of cellular communications in 1947 with the police car technology. Motorola was the first to incorporate the technology into portable device that was designed for use outside of a automobile. There is more information about the history of cell phones on the web site listed above. ----------------------------------------------------------- Henry Thomas Sampson, Jr. (born in Jackson, Mississippi in 1934) is an American inventor. He graduated from high school in 1951 from Lanier High School in Jackson, Mississippi. He then attended Morehouse College for a couple of years before transferring to Purdue University. He received a Bachelor's degree in science from Purdue University in 1956. He graduated with an MS degree in engineering from the University of California in 1961. Sampson also received his MS in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 1965, and his PhD in 1967. He is the first African American to earn a Ph.D.in Nuclear Engineering in the United States. Some of his accomplishments include being a member of the United States Navy between the years 1962 and 1964 and earning an Atomic Energy Commission honor between 1964 and 1967. Later he was awarded the Black Image Award from Aerospace Corporation in 1982. He was awarded the Blacks in Engineering, Applied Science Award, and prize for education, by the Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers in 1983. In June 2007, Sampson was married to Laura Howzell Young in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Young-Sampson is a professor in the College of Education at California State University San Bernardino. Sampson was employed as a research chemical engineer at the U.S. Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California, in the area of high energy solid propellants and case bonding materials for solid rocket motors. Sampson also served as the Director of Mission Development and Operations of the Space Test Program at the Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, California. His patents included a binder system for propellants and explosives and a case bonding system for cast composite propellants. Both inventions are related to solid rocket motors. He received a patent, with George H. Miley , for a gamma-electrical cell on July 6, 1971. On July 6, 1971, Sampson was awarded a patent for the "gamma-electric cell". The gamma-electric cell is a device that produces a high voltage from radiation sources, primarily gamma radiation, with proposed goals of generating auxiliary power from the shielding of a nuclear reactor. Additionally, the patent cites the cell's function as a detector with self power and construction cost advantages over previous detectors. (MORE)
Henry was the oldest son of James and Martha (Cooper) Samson andone of nine children born to them Henry, Margaret, Joseph, James,Sarah, George, Mary, Charles, and John.
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You need to contact his management, But I don't know who manages him. Sorry x
Deborah Sampson had 4 kids and thier names were Earl,Mary,Patience and Susannah who she had adopted.
The inventor Henry Sampson is not dead as of June 2014. Sampson wasborn in 1939 and is still alive. He is an inventor as well as afilm historian.
He never even made the cell phone. On July 6, 1971, Sampson and co-inventor George Miley received a patent on a "gamma electric cell" that converted a gamma ray input into an electrical output (Among the first to do that was Bernhard Gross, US patent #3122640, 1964). What, you ask, does gamma radiat…ion have to do with cellular communications technology? The answer: nothing. Some multiculturalist pseudo-historian must have seen the words "electric" and "cell" and thought "cell phone."The father of the cell phone is Martin Cooper who first demonstrated the technology in 1973. (MORE)
Her jobs were to wash dishes and clothes also she had to feed a eigty-year old woman also she had to clean and put up books at the schoolhouse
Deborah Sampson helped fight in the Continental war disguised as a man named Robert Shurlieff
Deborah Sampson wanted a more exciting life so she dressed up as a man and entered and battled the revolutionary war. She was among the soldiers at age 20. She didn't want the doctors 2 know she had a musket ball in her leg (thigh) so she removed it herself, she was a very dedicated woman
Why was she remembered for? She was a woman who foght in the continental war as a man named Robert shiftliffe.
Deborah Sampson was born December 17, 1760. Her dad went off to become a sailor but died when his ship sank at sea. Others say he went to Maine and started a new family. Deborah's mom had to give Deborah to her cousin, Miss Fuller. But then she died and Deborah moved with old Mrs. Thatcher. After …that a minister helped Deborah move to Deacon Thomas' house. There she was an indentured servant for 10 years. Save . (MORE)
he was watching his brother do a dance show of break dance with his mum and sister so he siad this is what i wanna do he done it won it now he lives it :)
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Henry T Sampson invention impact society because if we didn't have cell phone we wouldn't get to talk to people over the phone we would have to write letters. that would take to long and it would waste trees.
first of all most people wouldn't exept the fact that he was black so he did what most blacks thought they couldn't do, he got a good education and became a inventor
Will Sampson was born on September 27, 1933 and died on June 3, 1987. Will Sampson would have been 53 years old at the time of death or 81 years old today.
A Sampson Fox is a genetic mutation of the red fox (some say gray fox also). It has a long narrow tail rather than the bushy one we normally see. They look as though they have the mange, but in reality, they do not have guard hairs in their coats - this makes them appear hairless. They are more acti…ve in the daytime, whereas a normal fox is most active at night (MORE)
No matter his size, Sampson's strength came from his hair, and after he cut his hair, he had no strength to support the temple any longer.
He didn't invent it. The credit is given to Dr. Martin Cooper who worked for Motorola and in 1973 he invented the first truly working cell phone. From 1973 to 1984 the cell phone was only sold to the government, but in 1984 it went on sale to the public. At that time the cell phones were modeled aft…er land line phones, were big, and were heavy. They were carried in a bag and the entire bottom was the battery. Coverage is was very poor since there were few cell towers at the time. (MORE)
Yes, and no. Deborah Sampson s her maiden name, Debroah Gannet is her married name.
Holly Joy Sampson is also known as Nicolette Foster, Andrea Michaels, or Zoe. She is an American pornographic actress and model. She was born on September 4, 1973.