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6th President
Political Party Democratic-Republican
Term March 4, 1825 - March 4, 1829  (57-61)
Vice President John C. Calhoun
Predecessor James Monroe
Successor Andrew Jackson




Full Name John Quincy Adams
Birth

July 11, 1767

Quincy, Massachusetts

Father John Adams  (1735-1826)
Mother Abigail Smith Adams  (1744-1818)
Brothers

Charles Adams  (1770-1800)

Thomas Boylston Adams  (1772-1832)

Sisters

Abigail Adams Smith  (1765-1813)

Susanna Boylston Adams  (1768-1770)

Elizabeth Adams  (1777-1777)

Alma Mater Harvard College  (B.A. 1787, M.A. 1790)
Occupation

Representative from Massachusetts' 8th District  (1843-1848)

Representative from Massachusetts' 12th District  (1833-1843)

Representative from Massachusetts' 11th District  (1831-1833)

8th United States Secretary of State  (1817-1825)

United States' Minister to the Court of St. James's  (1814-1817)

United States' Minister to Russia  (1809-1814)

U.S. Senator from Massachusetts  (1803-1808)

United States' Minister to Prussia  (1797-1801)

United States' Minister to the Netherlands  (1794-1797)

Lawyer

Death

February 23, 1848

Washington, D.C.

(80 years)




Marriages
Louisa Catherine Johnson  (1775-1852)

Married July 26, 1797

(50 years)




Children
George Washington Adams

Born April 12, 1801

Died June 9, 1829

(28 years)

John Adams

(m.1828 Mary Hellen)

(2 daughters)

Born July 4, 1803

Died October 23, 1834

(31 years)

Charles Francis Adams

(m.1829 Abigail Brooks)

(5 sons, 2 daughters)

Born August 18, 1807

Died November 21, 1886

(79 years)

Louisa Catherine Adams

Born August 12, 1811

Died September 15, 1812

(1 year)




Presidential Election of 1824
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote
John Quincy Adams  (MA) John C. Calhoun  (SC) Democratic-Republican 113, 122  (30.9%) 84
Andrew Jackson  (TN) None Democratic-Republican 151, 271  (41.4%) 99
William Crawford Harris  (GA) None Democratic-Republican 40, 856  (11.2%) 41
Henry Clay  (KY) None Democratic-Republican 47, 531  (13.0%) 37




Presidential Cabinet
Name Office Term
Henry Clay  (KY) Secretary of State 1825-1829
Richard Rush  (PA) Secretary of the Treasury 1825-1829

James Barbour  (VA)

Peter B. Porter  (NY)

Secretary of War

1825-1828

1828-1829

William Wirt  (MD) Attorney General 1825-1829
Samuel L. Southard  (NJ) Secretary of the Navy 1825-1829




United States Supreme Court
Nominee Position Term
John Marshall  (VA) Chief Justice 1801-1835  (34 years, died)
Bushrod Washington  (VA) Associate Justice 1798-1829  (31 years, died)
William Johnson  (SC) Associate Justice 1804-1834  (30 years, died)
Thomas Todd  (VA) Associate Justice 1807-1826  (19 years, died)
Gabriel Duvall  (MA) Associate Justice 1811-1835  (24 years, ret.)
Joseph Story  (MA) Associate Justice 1812-1845  (33 years, died)
Smith Thompson  (NY) Associate Justice 1823-1843  (20 years, died)
Robert Trimble  (KY) Associate Justice 1826-1828  (2 years, died)

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