His closes relationships with his wife and family are portrayed as well as with his political colleagues and adversaries. He sees boys mocking the behavior of British soldiers. He gets off his horse and sees that Abigail Adams Laura Linney is there to greet him.
Copied to Clipboard John Adams and his wife, Abigail, produced five children between and They lost one to miscarriage, also in Their first of John Adams' children was a daughter whom they named Abigail and referred to as Nabby.
He was followed by another daughter, Susanna, before their two more sons, Charles and Thomas. Last was their daughter Elizabeth. All of John Adams' children's names can be found higher up their family tree and many of them continued to be used in later generations.
Most of John Adams' children were born while he was away serving in the Continental Congress and he was also gone when Abigail suffered the miscarriage in His duty as a diplomat during the negotiations in Europe took him away longer, but he did find a way to bring John Quincy and Charles along with him on separate occasions.
John Quincy enjoyed his time in Europe at the age of 14, but his brother Charles, at age 11, was too sensitive for handling the distance from his mother and the cultural differences of his surroundings.
John and Abigail Adams' children were not all blessed with the same fortune of health and intelligence as their parents. It certainly did not help that their parents were often gone, Abigail left them with relatives and joined John in Europe for seven years, nor that they inspired their children to fear all vices and be extremely self-critical.
Adams was famous for the letters he wrote to Abigail and other Founding Fathers, but the letters he wrote to his children were often demeaning and demanding beyond measure. He expected each of them to reach the highest ranks of political power; fortunately the eldest son did, but his other two sons both died of alcoholism.
John Adams, and his father before him, graduated from Harvard with a degree in law. Although he had been told many times by relatives who were raising Charles that the boy was not suited for it, he sent him anyway and soon found that his son was a party boy who was caught streaking through Harvard Yard.
Thomas went to Harvard as well, fared better and behaved himself, but after a difficult and lackluster career in law he declined into alcoholism and died only six years after his father.
Susanna, his youngest daughter, died of an unknown childhood disease. For all of John Adams' children, smallpox was a great danger, especially during the epidemic of John Adams great-uncle on his maternal side, Zabdiel Boylston, had introduced the process of inoculation to America during an outbreak in and by the latter half of the century it had become accepted as a means of controlling the spread of smallpox.
Abigail wrote fearfully about exposure reaching her children, but they were safe. John Adams passed away of old age during his eldest son's first term as President of the United States."Then, if men have more knowledge they have less talent at communicating it, nor have they the patience, the long-suffering, and gentleness necessary to superintend the formation of character.
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