John Quincy Adams

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John Quincy Adams

6th U.S. President


    Joseph Adams Jr.

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    • 4th Generation — Great-grandfather of John Quincy Adams
    • Ahnentafel No:
    • Birth Date:
    • 24 Dec 1654 
    • Birth Location:
    • Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts 
    • Christening Date:
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    • Death Date:
    • 12 Feb 1736 
    • Death Location:
    • Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts 
    • Burial Date:
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    • Burial Location:
    • Hancock Cemetery, Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts 
    • Marriage Date:
    • 8 Feb 1687/1688 
    • Marriage Location:
    • Braintree, Massachusetts 
  • Additional marriages for Joseph Adams Jr.


    • Spouse:
    • Mary Chapin
    • Marriage Date:
    • 20 Feb 1682
    • Marriage Location:
    • Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts

    • Spouse:
    • Elizabeth - - - - - -

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  • Sources for Joseph Adams Jr.

    • 3 Adams, Andrew N., A Genealogical History of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., and His Descendants; also John Adams of Cambridge, Mass., Rutland, VT: The Tuttle Company (1898), 392, Internet Archive (Digital Library).
    • 4 Chamberlain, George Walter, History of Weymouth Massachusetts, in Four Volumes, Vol. 3, Genealogy of Weymouth Families, Weymouth, Massachusetts: Weymouth Historical Society (1923), 315, Ancestry.com (Online Database).
    • 5 Chapin, Gilbert Warren, The Chapin Book of Genealogical Data with Brief Sketches of the Descendants of Deacon Samuel Chapin, Vol. 1, Hartford, Connecticut: Chapin Family Association (1924), 22-23, Hathi Trust Digital Library.
    • 6 Lancaster, Daniel, The History of Gilmanton, Embracing the Propietary, Civil, Literary, Ecclesiastical, Biographical . . ., Gilmanton: Printed by Alfred Prescott (1845), 255, Google Books (Digital Library).
    • 8 McCullough, David, John Adams, New York: Simon & Schuster (2001), 29-30.
    • 11 Seward, William H., Life and Public Services of John Quincy Adams, Sixth President of the United States, New York: Miller, Orton & Mulligan (1856), 18.