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Samuel Hooper

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Date of Birth: 1808 , February-3
Date of Death: 1875 , February-14
Birth Nation: United States
Name Seth Meyers
Nationality Ameriacn
Ethnicity White
Profession Comedian
Working For Movies and TV shows
Online Presence Facebook, Twitter, Wiki, Instagram
Father Hillary Meyers
Mother Lawrence Meyers
Birth Place/City Evanston, Illinois
Religion Judaism
Net Worth $10 million
Eye Color Dark brown
Hair Color Dark-Brown
Face Color White
Famous for Fitness guru, actor, comedian
Married Yes
Married to Alexi Ashe (m. 2013)
Children Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Rob Kardashian
Divorce Not Yet
Education Northwestern University
Awards Primetime Emmy Award
TV Show Late Night with Seth Meyers Since 2014
Siblings Josh Meyers
Birth Name Seth Adam Meyers
Girlfriend Rachel McAdams
Sisters Ardis Galyen
Movies Journey to the Center of the Earth 2008
Weight in KG 76 KG
Nick Name Offshore
Affair with Terrence Jenkins
Body Measurements 34-24-34
Breast Size 32B
Waist size 24
Hip Size 34
Boyfriend Terrence Jenkins
Books New Leisure Trusts
Salary N/A
Shoe Size 9
Neck Size 8.5
Chest Size 43 inches
Bicep Size 15 inches
Died August 20, 2017, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Quick Timeline of Samuel Hooper

1808 Born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States
1832 Married to Ann Sturgis
1875 Died in, Washington, DC, United States
1851 Elected to State House of Representatives
1851 Elected to State House of Representatives
1841 Partner with, William Appleton

Detail Timeline of Samuel Hooper

February 3 , 1808

Born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States

Samuel Hooper was born on 3 February, 1808 in Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States. Robert Hooper was the name of his father. He was a shipping merchant and later served as president of the Grand Bank of Marblehead. 

1832

Married to Ann Sturgis

He was married man. He married to Ann Sturgis in 1832. Ann Sturgis was the daughter of William F. Sturgis. William was a Boston merchant in the China trade, the California hide trade and the Maritime Fur Trade. He became partner in his father in law’s business.

February 14 , 1875

Died in, Washington, DC, United States

He died on 14 February, 1875 in Washington, D.C., United States. He died when he was in office. He achieved lots in his lifetime. His hardworking and determination is main reason of his success. He is one most popular personality of United States.

1851

Elected to State House of Representatives

Samuel Hooper was elected to State House of Representatives of Massachusetts in 1851. He served there from 1851 to 1853. This house is lower house of Massachusetts. He later served in the Massachusetts Senate in 1858. He had successful political career.

1851

Elected to State House of Representatives

He was elected to fill the vacancy left by his friend and former partner William Appleton in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1861.  He was elected to fill the seat, representing Massachusetts's fifth district in the 37th Congress.

1841

Partner with, William Appleton

He became partner with William Appleton. William was counting house owner and merchant. They became partner in year 1841. After their partnership, the firm was engaged in the California hide trade, trade with the Pacific Northwest, and trade with China.

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He was married man. He married to Ann Sturgis in 1832. Ann Sturgis was the daughter of William F. Sturgis. William was a Boston merchant in the China trade, the California hide trade and the Maritime Fur Trade. He became partner in his father in law’s business. Besides this there is no any information about his love affairs.

He attended common school in his life. He was elected to State House of Representatives of Massachusetts from 1851 to 1853. He was elected to fill the vacancy left by his friend and former partner William Appleton in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1861. He was elected to fill the seat, representing Massachusetts's fifth district in the 37th Congress. He was in the very reputed position throughout his politics career. He died on 14 February, 1875. His net worth is unknown.