Clement Clarke Moore

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Age 244
Birthday July 151779
Birth Sign Cancer
City New York City
Country NY
Profession Poet

Clement Clarke Moore is a famous Poet, born on July 15, 1779 in United States. As of December 2022, Clement Clarke Moore’s net worth is $5 Million. His description of St. Nicholas in his famous poem formed the basis for the modern idea of Santa Claus.

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Spouse Catharine Elizabeth Taylor
Children(s) Mary C. Moore Ogden

Clement Clarke Moore Biography

American author who wrote the 1823 Christmas poem, “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” which later became known as “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.” He also had a prominent career as a professor of divinity and literature. .

His parents were named Charity Clarke and Benjamin Moore. He married Catharine Elizabeth Taylor, with whom he had several children.

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Clement Clarke Moore Net Worth

Clement is one of the richest Poet & listed on most popular Poet. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Clement Clarke Moore‘s net worth $5 Million.

Net Worth $5 Million
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Source of Income Poet
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House Living in own house.

He graduated from Columbia College in 1798 and went on to write an 1804 pamphlet that criticized then-presidential candidate Thomas Jefferson’s religious beliefs.

Who is Clement Clarke Moore dating?

According to our records, Clement Clarke Moore married to Catharine Elizabeth Taylor. As of May 2022, Clement Clarke Moore’s is not dating anyone.

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Clement Ranked on the list of most popular Poet. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Clement Clarke Moore celebrates birthday on July 15 of every year.

Why did Clement Clarke Moore wrote The Night Before Christmas?

As the story goes, Moore wrote it as a Christmas present for his two daughters. He apparently told the New York Historical Society that a “portly, rubicund Dutchman in the neighbourhood” was his model for St. Nicholas.

Did Clement Moore own slaves?

Moore owned several slaves during his lifetime. He opposed the abolition of slavery. New York State passed a gradual abolition law in 1799 after the Revolution; it freed the last slaves in the state in 1827.

Who really wrote A Visit from St Nicholas?

Clement Clarke Moore

What was the poem Twas the Night Before Christmas originally titled?

Nicholas, more commonly known as The Night Before Christmas and ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas from its first line, is a poem first published anonymously under the title Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas in 1823 and later attributed to Clement Clarke Moore, who claimed authorship in 1837.

How did Moore portray Santa Claus?

In Moore’s poem some of the traits associated with Santa today, such as his use of eight reindeer to pull his sleigh, were established for the very first time. As the poem gained popularity over several decades in the mid-1800s, Moore’s depiction of Santa Claus became central to how others portrayed the character.

You may read full biography about Clement Clarke Moore from Wikipedia.
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