Charles Adams
Charles Adams
Charles Adams was the second son of President John Adams and his wife, Abigail (Smith) Adams. He died of alcoholism in 1800. At the age of nine he traveled with his father and older brother John Quincy to Europe, studied briefly in Passy, Amsterdam, and Leyden. In December 1781, Adams returned to America unaccompanied by family members. After graduating from Harvard University in 1789, he studied law and established his practice in New York.
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Services plan for backyard dwellers - Independent Online
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Mitchells Plain backyarders' association chairman Charles Adams said: “De Lille has disrespected us.” Solly Malatsi, De Lille's spokesman, said the city had “become aware of possible disruptions” and the city was not willing to risk postponing such an
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NOPD Searches for Kidnapping Suspect - Bayoubuzz
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New Orleans Police is asking for your help in finding Charles Adams. The 19-year-old is wanted for armed robbery and kidnapping. According to NOPD, around 3am Saturday morning Adams and two other black males approached the two victims at gunpoint as
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Is Solar Power Too Risky a Bet for the Federal Government? - The Bay Citizen
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“Their product was always going to have a limited application," said Charles Adams, a principal at the San Francisco-based solar installation company Albion Power. When Solyndra announced on Wednesday that it was shutting down and planning to file for
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'Queen Esther': Highlights of remarks from Gordy Edwards' funeral - MLive.com
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Rev. Dr. Charles Adams, eulogist and pastor of Hartford Memorial Baptist Church: "There's never going to be another like her and there never will be another like her. She's better off than we are. Thank God for our own Queen Esther."
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Powers' Festival expects 200 exhibitors at Labor Day weekend event - Newnan Times-Herald
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There will be several new exhibitors, as well as returning favorites — including stained glass artist Charles Adams and toy maker Lucy Moore, who have been at Powers' for every one of its 41 years. There will also be some special demonstrations,
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Lubbock Heritage Society connects past with present - MYfoxLUBBOCK.COM
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The event, located at the Charles Adams Gallery, proved that a picture is worth a thousand words. For one Lubbock citizen, William Alex Winner, a picture is simply priceless. "There is so much to tell about all these pictures," Winner said
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Author Offers Fascinating Trivia About Idiomatic Expressions' Origins - San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
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"These expressions constitute a kind of verbal shorthand by which we can express our intentions and our emotions," author Charles Adams states. In his new book made available through Xlibris, 101 THINGS YOU SAY ALL THE TIME: And Have No Idea What
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University City Marks National Night Out - Patch.com
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"All the different neighborhoods used to have one, and we had a difficult time making it to every one," said Police Chief Charles Adams. "We figured we'd bring everyone to one place and have a gigantic, great time." Residents enjoyed a petting zoo,
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Real estate transactions - Houston Chronicle
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Charles Adams represented the landlord, Planned Community Developers. RETAIL: Jump Houston has leased 54000 square feet at 10510 Westview Drive. Neil Martin of Finial Group represented the landlord, League America — Houston
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Experience gives child a smile without limits - Walton Tribune
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Gavin Sanchez, 6, of Between, with one of his two catches and Charles Adams, the president of the Walton/Morgan County Chapter of Outdoors Without Limits. It was about more than casting a line into a pond. It was about an experience that won't soon be
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Smith-Allen Engagement Annnounced - Southern Pines Pilot
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The bride-elect is also the daughter of the late Pamela Adams Smith, and the granddaughter of Betty Smith, of Aberdeen, and the late Haywood Smith, and Doris Adams, of Greensboro, and the late Charles Adams Sr. The groom-elect is the son of Scott and
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Family: Woman Accused of Setting Man On Fire was Defending Herself - fox4kc.com
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Charles Adams was in a coma for nearly a month following the June 4th incident at 44th and Paseo. According to Kansas City Missouri Police, Green, 44, poured gas on Adams and another woman, who ran away before authorities say Green set Adams on fire
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The Debt Ceiling and Homeland Security - HSToday (blog)
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There is an excellent book, For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization by Charles Adams, a tax lawyer, on the history of taxation. Adams points out that civilizations begin to decline when powerful elements in their societies
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Peace Center bringing back favorites and legends - Greenville News
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12:12 am We're working on the following obituaries for Friday morning's paper: Charles Adams of Greenville (Dillard Funeral Home); Samantha Kelley of Taylors (Watkins, Garrett and Woods Mortuary); Marilyn Logan “Babydoll” Goodlett of Greenville
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Zhu's IMF Appointment Gives Asia Greater Role - Bloomberg
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July 13 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Adams, a visiting professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore and a former official at the International Monetary Fund, talks about Christine Lagarde's decision to name
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    THIRTIES
  • 1800
    Age 29
    He died of alcoholism in 1800.
    More Details Hide Details At the age of nine he traveled with his father and older brother John Quincy to Europe, studied briefly in Passy, Amsterdam, and Leyden.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1795
    Age 24
    On August 29, 1795, Adams married Sally Smith (1769–1828), the sister of his brother-in-law, William Stephens Smith.
    More Details Hide Details They had two daughters, Susanna Boylston (1796–1884) and Abigail Louisa Smith (1798–1836). In 2008, HBO presented the miniseries entitled John Adams based on the book by David McCullough. This biographical presentation represents Charles Adams (played by Irish actor Kevin Trainor) as a drunken, irresponsible man with weak character who brings disgrace to his family and is disowned by his father, President John Adams. However, the series also depicts President Adams' actions as a possible influence on Charles's development; he was a frequently absent father whose political life separated him from his family for extended periods, and he did not approve of Charles' choices as an adult. Historians, however, have pointed out the inaccuracies of the series' characterization of their relationship.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1781
    Age 10
    In December 1781, Adams returned to America unaccompanied by family members.
    More Details Hide Details After graduating from Harvard University in 1789, he studied law and established his practice in New York.
  • 1770
    Born
    Born in 1770.
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