John Adams Biography

Updated On Jun 24, 2019 Published On Jan 07, 2019
Facts of John Adams
Date of Birth: 1735 , October-30
Date of Death: 1826 , July-4
Birth Nation: United States
Name John Adam
Birth Name John Adam
Nick Name Adam
Father John Adams Sr.
Mother Susanna Boylston
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Quincy, Massachusetts
Religion Christian
Ethnicity White American
Profession President
Net Worth $19 million
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Eye Color Gray
Hair Color Grey
Face Color whiite
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Weight in KG 92kgs
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Famous for Being president of USA
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Married yes
Married to Abigail Smith
Children 5
Divorce no
Education Harvard college
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Sisters no
Siblings Elihu Adams, Peter Adams
Books Thoughts on Government, The Work of John Adams, The Letters of John and Abigail Adams
Died July 4, 1826,Quincy, Massachusetts, United States
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John Adams was the 1st Vice president of the United States Of America and the second president of the nation. He served as the second president of the USA from 1797 to 1801.

Early Life & Family

John Adams was born on October 30, 1735, in Braintree, Massachusetts, the United States of America, to John Adams Sr. and Susanna Boylston.

He was raised along with his two brothers Elihu Adams and Peter Adams. He is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. His zodiac sign was Scorpio.

Adams had started his career at a young age. He followed the course of reading the law to get his license to practice.

He later became served as the main lawyer of the office of John Putnam in Worcester. In the following year, he received an A.M from Harvard.


John Adams was elected to the Massachusetts Assembly and was one of the five to represent the colony at the first Continental Congress.

He also helped hugely in the promotion of the Continental Army and presented George Washington of Virginia as its commander-in-chief.

In 1776, he followed Richard Henry Lee’s resolution of independence, and he was chosen by the Congress along with Thomas Jefferson, Robert R.Livingston, Benjamin Franklin and Roger Sherman to draft the statement.

He was elected as the second U.S. president in 1797 and he served for the nation for four years until 1801.

His son John Quincy Adams was the 6th president of the United States who served for the nation from 1825 to 1829.

Personal Life

Moving towards the personal life of John Adams, he was married to wife Abigail Smith, the first Second Lady and second First Lady of the USA. As of 2019, Donald Trump is the U.S. president and Melania Trump is the 1st lady.

John and Abigail were married from 1764 to 1818. The former couple shared six children John Quincy, Abigail Charles,  Susanna Thomas Boylston, and Elizabeth

John died on the 50th anniversary of American independence on July 4, 1826.

Net Worth

John Adams earned a tremendous amount of money from his presidency career. As an American statesman and founding father, John had many sources of income and had been being paid well in terms of salary.

As per the report, before he passed away, he had an estimated net worth of $19 million.

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John Adams facts on timeline

Born in Braintree, Massachusetts, USA

October 30 , 1735

John Adams was born on October 30, 1735, in Quincy, Massachusetts, the United States of America, to parents John Adams Sr. and mother Susanna Boylston Adams.

Elected in Massachusetts Assembly


Adams was elected to the Massachusetts Assembly in 1774 and also in 1796, he was elected as the Federalist nominee for president.

Married with Abigail Smith


John Adams got married to his wife Abigail Smith in 1964 and they enjoyed a romantic marital relationship until 1818.

Death of John Adams

July 4 , 1826

John Adams died on July 4, 1826, on the 50th anniversary of American independence.

Elected as U.S. President


John Adams was elected as the second U.S. president in 1797 and he served for the nation for four years until 1801.