Abigail Adams Short Biography
As John’s career started to expanded, they moved to Boston.
By this time, John was active in the Revolutionary War. He served as a delegate to the Continental Congress. Ten years later, she had three sons and two daughters: Abigail Amelia Adams Smith, John Quincy Adams, Susanna Adams, Charles Adams, and Thomas Boylston Adams. Her first child, Abigail, was born nine months after John and Abigail got married. As they grew up, Charles died of alcoholism and Abigail, nickname Nabby, died of cancer. Abigail Adams Cairn was named after her mother when her son, John, and her watched the burning of Charlestown on June 17, 1775. One of the three sons, John Quincy Adams, will follow in their father’s footsteps with being the future President of the United States. Who became the sixth President of the United States. With John having a busy schedule, she is the one who took care of the responsibilities of the household and children. Writing letters to each other while he was away helped show their love for each other. Also, the letters Abigail wrote to her husband were personal and local news. “They knew each other well. They knew what the other read and knew what lines each other loved. Would use the lines