2nd President of the United States (1735-1826)
John Adams (October 30,1735 – July 4, 1826) was a politician and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America. He served both as that nation's first Vice President (1789â€“1797), and as its second President (1797–1801). He was defeated for re-election in the "Revolution of 1800" by Thomas Jefferson.
John Adams (1768?–5 March 1829) was the last survivor of the Bounty mutineers who settled on Pitcairn Island in January 1790, the year after the mutiny. His real name was Alexander Smith; John Adams was an alias used by him after the British found the island. His children continued to use the surname "Adams".
Sir John Bertram Adams KBE FRS (24 May 1920-3 March 1984]) was a British nucelar physicist and administrator.
John Adams was a Catholic priest and martyr.
John Adams D.D. (1662—1720), provost of King's College, Cambridge, was born in London, and educated at Cambridge, where he was admitted of King's College in 1678; took the degree of B.A. 1682, and M.A. 1686. He afterwards travelled into Spain, Italy, France, and Ireland; and in 1687 was presented by the lord chancellor Jeffries to the living of Hickam in Leicestershire. In London, he was lecturer of St.
John Adams (1704 — January 1740), was an American poet.
John Adams, pioneer Pittsburgh glass manufacturer, was born in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania in 1823. He began working in glass manufacture at the age of 14.
John Adams (born 27 July, 1946 in Port Arthur, Ontario) was a professional ice hockey player in the National Hockey League.
John Adams (July 1, 1825 – November 30, 1864), was an officer in the United States Army. With the onset of the American Civil War, he resigned his commission and joined the Confederate States Army, rising to the rank of brigadier general before being killed in action.
John Adams (September 18, 1772-April 24, 1863) was an American educator noted for organizing several hundred Sunday schools. He was born in Canterbury, Connecticut, 1772 to John Adams and Mary Parker Adams.
John Adams (August 26 1778, Oak Hill, New York - September 25 1854, Catskill, New York) was a United States Congressman from New York.