|born on||30 October 1735 at 02:57 (= 02:57 AM )|
|Place||Quincy MA, USA, 42n15, 71w00|
|Timezone||LMT m71w00 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||06°26' 20°15 Asc. 24°03'|
|Alternative rectified time|
|Rectified by Isaac Starkman|
|Date||30 October 1735 at 14:12:15 (= 2:12 PM )|
|Place||Quincy, MA (US), 42n15, 71w0|
|Timezone||LMT m71w0 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||06°54' 26°19 Asc. 28°16'|
American President 1797-1801 after two terms as the first Vice-President under George Washington. A Federalist, Adams played a leading part in the fight for independence.
Graduating from Harvard in 1755, he taught school for three years until being admitted to the bar. In March 1770, he was elected to the Continental Congress. After an illustrious political career, he was elected Vice President under George Washington in 1788. Elected President in 1796, he was sworn into office on 3/04/1797. Adams was the first president to reside in the White House, 1800. He retired from the presidency on 3/04/1801, passing the torch to Thomas Jefferson.
Adams married New England socialite Abigail Smith in 1764: they had three sons and three daughters. He was widowed on 10/28/1818. He died 7/04/1826, Quincy, MA, age 90, on the same day as Jefferson.
David McCullough's biography "John Adams," 2001, has extensive references to personal letters and documents and in regard to the Declaration of Independence, while Adams wrote passionately and in detail about the events of July 2, the only notation her made about July 4 is that he took time off to shop for ladies' gloves and a new thermometer. Adams wrote that on 7/02/1776, Congress convened its final discussion and reading of the
Declaration. At about 11:00 AM the debate closed and a vote was taken. Twelve colonies voted affirmative, while John Dickinson of New York was absent. Congress ordered the document authenticated and printed but it was another month before it was actually signed by the delegates. On August 2, the actual signing took place by some of the delegates. The last delegate, Thomas McKean of Delaware, did not sign until January 1777.
- parent->child relationship with Adams, John Quincy (born 11 July 1767)
- spouse relationship with Adams, Abigail (born 11 November 1744 Jul.Cal. (22 Nov 1744 greg.))
- other kin relationship with Adams, Brooks (born 24 June 1848)
- other kin relationship with Adams, Charles Francis Jr. (born 27 May 1835)
- other kin relationship with Adams, Charles Francis Sr. (born 18 August 1807)
- other kin relationship with Adams, George Washington (born 12 April 1801)
- other kin relationship with Adams, John II (born 4 July 1803)
- other kin relationship with Adams, John Quincy II (born 22 September 1833)
- Social : End a program of study 1755 (Graduated from Harvard)
- Relationship : Marriage 1764 (First marriage to Abigail Smith)
- Work : New Job 1788 (Vice President under George Washington)
- Family : Change residence 1800 (First president to reside in the White House)
D.C. Doane "Horoscopes of U.S. Presidents for October 30, 1735 (NS) at 2:57 AM in Quincy, MA." Kraum in "AO Science" Summer/42 states "time unknown." (October 19, 1735 OS);
"Dr. H" rectified it to 13.23.43 LMT, Noel Tyl rectified it to 13.00 LMT.
Starkman rectified it to 14.12.15 LMT.
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (Six)
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 90)
- Vocation : Politics : Public office (Congress, Vice President)
- Vocation : Politics : U.S. Presidents