Person:Thomas Adams (13)

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
  • HThomas Boylston Adams1772 - 1832
  • WAnn Harrod1774 - 1846
m. 16 May 1805
  1. Abigail Smith Adams1806 - 1845
  2. Elizabeth Coombs Adams1808 - 1903
  3. Thomas Boylston Adams1809 - 1837
  4. Frances Foster Adams1811 - 1812
  5. John Quincy Adams1811 - 1854
  6. Isaac Hull Adams1813 - 1900
  7. Joseph Harrod Adams1817 - 1853
  8. Ann Adams1817 - 1818
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Boylston Adams
Gender Male
Birth? 15 Sep 1772 Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 16 May 1805 Quincy, Norfolk Co., Massachusettsto Ann Harrod
Death? 12 May 1832 Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Reference Number? Q7787805?

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Thomas Boylston Adams (September 15, 1772 – March 13, 1832) was the third and youngest son of John and Abigail (Smith) Adams.

Adams lived with relatives in Haverhill, Massachusetts during his father’s diplomatic missions in Europe, after Abigail Adams joined him in 1784. He graduated from Harvard University in 1790 and studied law at his family’s behest, but brother John Quincy Adams did not believe he had the skills to practice law successfully.

Adams accompanied his brother John Quincy in the Netherlands and Prussia from 1794 to 1798, serving as his secretary. In 1805, he married Ann Harrod of Haverhill and the couple produced seven children in only eleven years. They settled in Quincy, which he represented in the Massachusetts legislature in 1805-06. Adams was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1810. In 1811, he was appointed chief justice of the Circuit Court of Common Pleas for the Southern Circuit of Massachusetts. Like his brother Charles, Thomas had problems with alcoholism. He died in Quincy in 1832, deeply in debt.

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  1.   Thomas Boylston Adams (1772–1832), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.