FAMOUS AND DEAD
Complete Name: John Adams Jr.
Born: October 30, 1735
Died: July 04, 1826
Age: 90 years
Occupation: Lawyer, politician and president
Place of Death: Quincy, United States
Cause of Death:
How JOHN ADAMS died: John Adams Jr. was born in the town of Baintrée located in Massachusetts, that later changed its name to Quincy. The birthplace of Adams is now part of Adams Historic National Park.
As a sixteen year old he went to Harvard University, where he received the title of clergyman in 1755, after some time decided to become a lawyer and began his law studies in the office of James Putnam. Adams was admitted to the bar in 1758.
John Adams was the second president of the United States, also considered one of the Founding Fathers of the country. Adams assisted Thomas Jefferson in drafting the Declaration of Independence of the United States in 1776.
On July 4, 1826, 50 years after independence from the United States, Adams died at the age of 90, due to natural causes associated with his age, at his house in Quincy, hours before his death, his political rival died, and later great friend Thomas Jefferson.
Adams is currently at the United First Parish Church, also known as the Presidents’ Church in Quincy, where he is buried with his son John Quincy.