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John Quincy Adams is actually the son of the second president of the USA. John Adams. www.swiftbusinesssolutions.com
John Quincy Adams was born on July 11th, 1767 in Braintree Massachusetts (later renamed as Quincy, Massachusetts) and live until he was 81. He died on February 23, 1848. extraordinaryintelligence.com
This is a picture of his grave stone. media.ancientfaces.com
John Quincy Adams biography. www.youtube.com http://www.facts-about.org.uk/american-president-john-quincy-adams.htm. Watch this video about President John Quincy Adams providing interesting, fun facts a...
He served as president from March 4th, 1825 to March 4th, 1829.
Before John Quincy Adams was president he was secretary of state. saboteur365.files.wordpress.com
John Q. Adams did go skinny dipping and once got his clothes stolen.
John Adams died in the Speaker's room in the capital in Washington D.C. media-3.web.britannica.com
He died because, of a massive cerebral hemorrhage.(Which is a stroke that happens when a blood vessel inside your brain pops.) upload.wikimedia.org
He had 6 kids. Four lived to adulthood.
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One of his kids was a stillborn.(It means that she died before birth.)
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