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Was Moses George Washington Carvers father?


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2010-02-20 05:13:59
2010-02-20 05:13:59

Moses Carver was the foster father of George Washington Carver .


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Mary. She was kidnapped and then the Carvers raised him. Their names were Moses and Susan Carver.

His Mom was Mary Carver. George and Mary were taken away and George Washington Carvers older brother, Moses found them.

.HE MAde sure he went to college even by the color of his skin Moses Carver was George Washington Carver's foster father. He was white

George Washington Carver was married to Cynthia Oletha James. His parents were Moses Carver and Susan Carver. George Washington Carver had two sisters(unknown names) and a brother named Jim

George Washington Carver's parents were Mary and Giles Carver, and were slaves owned by Susan and Moses Carver. When George was only one week old, him, a sister, and his mother got kidnapped by night raiders from Arkansas. Moses sent out John Bentley to find them, but only George was found.

George Washington Carver was born into slavery. His parents, Mary and Giles, were purchased by George's master, Moses Carver, for $700 (a princely sum at that time). Later his parents were stolen. After slavery was abolished, Moses Carver and his wife Susan raised George as their own child.

it was on moses farm that george fell in love with nature and he got the nickname 'THE PLANT DOCTOR'

The father of moses was Amram , the brother of Moses was Aaron.

she was kidnapped by raiders and murdered then the raiders rode back with George Washington carver in a bag were one of the raiders threw in fron of his feet (moses carver)

Yes, he was. He and his brother were returned to their Master, Moses Carver. After slavery was abolished, George and his older brother James were raised by Moses and Susan Carver, as their own children.

George Washington Carver was born as a slave. His parents were named Mary and Giles. After the Civil War, his former masters Moses and Susan Carver raised George and taught him to read and write.

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Amram was Moses' father. See Exodus 6,20.

George Leon Moses has written: 'An analysis of the \\'

Mary and Giles Carver where his parents but theier owners where Susan and Moses Carver

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moses learned about God when a bush was on fire but not consumed. God said "I am the God of your father and the father of his father."

He had at least one older brother and sister, but he and his brother were raised by their mother's owners after the family was kidnapped when George was only a few weeks old. Carver was born into slavery, to a "good" owner, Moses Carver; his mother was the only slave Carver had ever owned, and she was well-treated. His father, from a neighboring plantation, had been killed in an accident just before George's birth. When he, his mother, brother, and sister were stolen by slave raiders, George was still a baby. He and his brother James (Jim) were found and returned to the Carvers, who raised the two boys as their own children.

He had at least one sister and one brother. When George was only a few weeks old, he, his mother, a sister and a brother were all kidnapped from Moses Carver, slave-owner of George's parents. Moses Carver recovered George's brother James, who was just a toddler, and hired someone to find George's mother, sister and George. George's mother and sister were never found but George was recovered, and returned to Moses Carver. Moses and his wife Susan, raised George and his brother James as their own children.

Moses did not have a "stepfather-in-law" since his wife, Zipporah, never had a stepfather. Moses' father-in-law was Jethro.

No it is not Moses, but it is Abraham the father of Judaism.

no there is not an Ihop in Moses Lake Washignton, I wish.

Jethro is related to Moses ,in a very close way as he is the father in law of Moses.

No Abraham is the father of the Jewish race.

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