Birth Name: Musgrave Watson
Place Of Birth: England
Date Of Death:
October 28, 1847
Cause Of Death: N/A
Musgrave Watson was born on the 24th of January, 1804. He was best known for being a Sculptor. English sculptor of the early 19th century who made statues and portraits, including his portrait of brothers Lord Eldon and Lord Stowell.
Musgrave Watson was born in England. He studied under Robert William Sevier and at the Royal Academy and then went to Rome. He made a stone frieze for Moxhay’s Commercial Hall in Threadneedle Street in London that brought him acclaim.
Musgrave Watson was a Aquarius and was born in the G.I. Generation.
Musgrave Watson was born in 1800s.
Musgrave Watson is part of G.I. Generation also known as The Greatest Generation. This generation experienced much of their youth during the Great Depression and rapid technological innovation such as the radio and the telephone. The initials "G.I." is military terminology referring to "Government Issue" or "General Issue".
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Musgrave Watson was born in the Year of the Rat.
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Zodiac Sign: Musgrave Watson was a Aquarius. People of this zodiac sign like to have fun with friends, help others, fight for causes, are a good listener and dislike broken promises, being bored, and people who disagree with them. The strengths of this sign are being independent, original, while the weaknesses can be running from emotional expression, temperamental and uncompromising. The greatest overall compatibility with Aquarius is Leo and Sagittarius.
Chinese Zodiac: Musgrave Watson was born in the Year of the Ox. People born under this sign are clever and charming. They're curious, but sometimes too motivated by money.
Ruling Planet: Musgrave Watson had a ruling planet of Uranus and has a ruling planet of Uranus. Back the early 2,000 B.C. the outer planets, Neptune and Pluto, were not yet discovered, since the telescope had not yet been invented. Astrologers and astronomers could only work with planets visible to the eye.
Musgrave Watson’s birth sign is Aquarius and he had a ruling planet of Uranus.
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