How Did Abigail Adams Die?
Abigail Adams, the wife of America’s second president John Adams and the mother of America’s sixth president John Quincy Adams died due to Typhoid Fever.
The date was 28th October 1818 and the place was Quincy city, Massachusetts province (At her own home).
Abigail was also an advisor of her husband John Adams.
She helped him a lot in making some very important decisions in his career.
In the history of the United States, she is famous as one of the founders of the country.
At the time she died was 73 years old and about to complete her 74th birthday.
She was graved at her hometown Quincy, near beside John Adams’s grave.
The time she was about to die, she said these popular words “Do not grieve, my friend, my dearest friend. I am ready to go and John, it will not be so long”.
Abigail Adams is mostly known for her intellectual letters to her husband John Adams, while he was busy at the Second Continental Congress.
In those letters, she advised many interesting things related to America’s future, the revolutionary war, and women empowerment.
John and Abigail married in 1764. They had a total of six children.
Their names were Abigail, Charles, John Quincy, Thomas, Elizabeth, and Susanna.
In the year 2007, the US government released a series of 1$ coins in her respect.