Person:Charles Adams (3)

m. 25 Oct 1764
  1. Abigail Adams1765 - 1813
  2. President John Quincy Adams1767 - 1848
  3. Susanna Adams1768 - 1770
  4. Charles Francis Adams1770 - 1800
  5. Thomas Boylston Adams1772 - 1832
  • HCharles Francis Adams1770 - 1800
  • WSally Smith1769 - 1828
Facts and Events
Name Charles Francis Adams
Gender Male
Birth? 29 May 1770 Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Death? 30 Nov 1800 New York City, New York, United States
Reference Number? Q5074968?

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Charles Adams (May 29, 1770 – November 30, 1800) was the second son of President John Adams and his wife, Abigail (Smith) Adams. He died of alcoholism on November 30, 1800.

At the age of nine he traveled with his father and older brother John Quincy to Europe, studied briefly in Passy, Amsterdam, and Leiden. He matriculated in Leiden January 29, 1781

In December 1781, Adams returned to America unaccompanied by family members. After graduating from Harvard University in 1789, he studied law and established his practice in New York.

On August 29, 1795, Adams married Sally Smith (1769–1828), the sister of his brother-in-law, William Stephens Smith. They had two daughters, Susanna Boylston (1796–1884) and Abigail Louisa Smith (1798–1836). At the age of 37, Abigail Louisa died of uterine cancer.

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  1.   Charles Adams (1770–1800), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.