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John Hancock

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John Hancock was an American founding father who was President of the Continental Congress before the Americna Revolution. His signature on the Declaration of Independence was the largest; that made his name an idiom for signature.
His favorite subject was politics
No, John Hancock was Seventh President of the United States inCongress Assembled November 23, 1785 to June 5, 1786. He presided over the Second Congressional Congress which passed theDeclaration of Independence in 1776, before the Constitutionexisted.
John Hancock was first Governor of Massachusetts from 1780-1785 and again in 1787-1793
He signed the Declaration of Independence and was our temporary leader before the war ended.
Towns Where John Hancock Lived. . Town of Braintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts Town of Bridgewater (now West Bridgewater), Massachusetts Town of Lexington, Massachusetts Town (now city) of Boston, Massachusetts
Born: John Hancock born January 1737. Died: John Hancock dies October 8, 1793. (age 56) He Would Be Years 274 Old Now If He Was Still Alive... (Not Possible)
Signer of the Declaration of Independence who was also a wealthy Massachusetts merchant who liked to defy the British authorities. He was also president of the Continental Congress and governor of Massachusetts. His main contribution, however, to the American Revolution was using his fortune to help...
He was the brain trust...he was the greatest son of liberty that was ever known. He was also a ninja and totally kill everyone he saw. He was an amazing kicker and in fact kicked the tea into Boston Harbor with ease. He also had a dog named Number 2.
John Hancock did many things to make today better. One of those things is his siging of the delecration of independence. If the Americans lost the American revolution than everyone that signed the delcration would be killed.
John Hancock was a Signer of the Declaration of Independence whose signature was famously the first, and largest to be placed on the document. He was also a wealthy Massachusetts merchant who liked to defy the British authorities. He served as president of the Continental Congress and governor of...
President of second Continental Congress
He did technically command the Massachusetts militia for a short time, but most of his service during The Revolution was in the Continental Congress.
John Hancock was Royal Governor of Massachusetts
Jonh Hancock said: The British Ministry can read that name without spectacles.
John Hancock was a wealthy Massachusetts merchant, silver smith, smuggler and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He served as president of the Continental Congress and governor of Massachusetts.
John Hancock contributed to historical changes through his support of the Sons of Liberty in Boston before the Revolution began, his service as President of the Continental Congress and as a prominent signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Yes and he has a daughter
john Hancock believed that every one was created equal.
In reality, John Hancock was extremely wealthy and risked it all on the success of the American Revolution. On May 24, 1775, he began serving as president of the Second Continental Congress. This was the group that approved the Declaration of Independence.It's just the way Hancock signed his name....
John Hancock (1737-1793), orphaned as a boy, was adopted by a rich uncle who had no children of his own. Hancock is best remembered for his large, flamboyant signature on the Declaration of Independence.
It was sexy, pretty, and beautiful during the time of 1505 in India. John Hancock was famous for killing blacks and africans. He thinks they are soo stupid. Don't listen to her/him. It was significant because he was the first to sign it and it was the most biggest and boldest on the Declaration of...
- he went to Harvard.. -he was adopted by his uncle after his father died.. -he was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence
John Hancock, aged 77 years, died at his home at 359 Lisbon road at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon (February 3, 1904). He had been in poor health for some time, partly incident to his advanced years. Death was due to dropsy. The deceased is well known throughout the city and was universally liked and...
John Hancock (1737-1793), orphaned as a boy, was adopted by a rich uncle who had no children of his own. Hancock is best remembered for his large, flamboyant signature on the Declaration of Independence.
Lydia Hancock (1776-1777). John George Washington Hancock (1778-1787)
John Hancock signed the Declaration of Independence and also helped form and support the Continental Army.
In reality, John Hancock was extremely wealthy and risked it all on the success of the American Revolution. On May 24, 1775, he began serving as president of the Second Continental Congress. This was the group that approved the Declaration of Independence.It's just the way Hancock signed his name....
he believed that the colonies should be independent from great Britain
hi im john Hancock i only had my rich uncle that adopted and gave me a good education to go to Harvard university that is the answer of your question but the sad thing is that he died and i wish he did'NT because he was my only family but im dead to but people of the future remember i was the...
In reality, John Hancock was extremely wealthy and risked it all on the success of the American Revolution. On May 24, 1775, he began serving as president of the Second Continental Congress. This was the group that approved the Declaration of Independence.It's just the way Hancock signed his name....
No John Jay did not sign the Declaration.
John Hancock of Massachusetts was a Congregationalist.
John Hancock, was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence.
He was a merchant and successful smuggler.
He is on the 2 dollar bill.
He served as president of the Second Continental Congress and was the first and third Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is remembered for his large and stylish signature on the United States Declaration of Independence, so much so that "John Hancock" became, in the United States, a...
Hancock was disabled by gout, which would trouble him with increasing frequency in the coming years. His health failing, Hancock spent his final few years as essentially a figurehead governor. With his wife at his side, he died in bed on October 8, 1793, at fifty-six years of age.
he was on the amaricans side. he was the leader of the continetal congress.
He was a patriot along with George Washington and Ben Franklin.
He was 55 when he died
On June 22nd 1778 he invited the American army to encamp on his farm. Washington had lunch with him, then had his famous Council of War at the nearby Hunt House. 12,000 men camped on his fields - during the growing season. After resting and preparing for battle the troops left on the 24th. On June...
he wrote his name so large because he said that way the king will be able to see it without his spectacles.
The Sons of Liberty was a secret organization of Boston merchants who initiated, financed and planned America's Declaration and War of Independence. They were 13 secret men who commissioned Paul Revere, a prominant Boston silver smith, to make a memorial bowl to commmorate their activities. Thus,...
what is the ? so comfused so dumb Actually it's really not that confusing or dumb unless of course your level of intelligence couldn't possibly answer so as a matter of fact you really didn't need to put such a stupid answer obviously you have very much free time on your hands so I feel...
John Hancock Center at 875 North Michigan Avenue in the Gold Coast area of Chicago, Illinois, is a 100-story, 1,127-foot (344 m) tall skyscraper, constructed under the supervision of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, with chief designer and structural engineer Fazlur Khan and Bruce Graham.
No he died of Gout
He was wanted for his knowledge about the British
One of the battles John Hancock faught in was the Battle of Lexington and Concord.
He worked with his Uncle until his Uncle died
he wrote hes name in big letters in the declaration of Indepences
Lydia Hancock 10months old John George Washington Hancock 8 years old
In reality, John Hancock was extremely wealthy and risked it all on the success of the American Revolution. On May 24, 1775, he began serving as president of the Second Continental Congress. This was the group that approved the Declaration of Independence.It's just the way Hancock signed his name....
don't know the answer but had to move what was the answer of bad language
After the Revolution, the most popular politician in Massachusetts was John Hancock, the ex-smuggler/merchant whose signature is so large on the Declaration of Independence. He was among the richest men in the state. He was lenient to all poor debtors who owed him money personally. He let them pay...
The Second Continental Congress was a convention of delegates from the Thirteen Colonies that met beginning on May 10, 1775, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, soon after warfare in the American Revolutionary War had begun. The United States Declaration of Independence is a statement by the Second...
1.He was elected president of the second continental congress and helped sway other delegates votes toward independance. 2.He was also a leader of the Boston Chapter of the Sons of Liberty. He helped to fund them them with his inherited fortune.
John Hancock died at the age of 56 on October 8, 1793.
It is widely accepted that John Hancock sided with the colonists during the American Revolution.
January 1737 in Massachusetts
So king george the third can see it with out his glasses by roderick lewis
After the Revolution, the most popular politician in Massachusetts was John Hancock, the ex-smuggler/merchant whose signature is so large on the Declaration of Independence. He was among the richest men in the state. He was lenient to all poor debtors who owed him money personally. He let them pay...
Signer of the Declaration of Independence who was also a wealthy Massachusetts merchant who liked to defy the British authorities. He was also president of the Continental Congress and governor of Massachusetts. His main contribution, however, to the American Revolution was using his fortune to help...
John Hancock, who was wanted by the British government, was the first man to sign the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
John Hancock was born in the town of Braintree, Massachusetts, son of the Rev. John Hancock and Mary Hawke Hancock. John might have become a minister, but his father died when he was only seven years old, and his uncle Thomas Hancock adopted him. Growing up in the home of his childless aunt and...
At a start he was the first governor of the state that started the American Revolution. from 1780 to 1793, all but 2 years of that. He kept up the traditions that now make us a country. He showed the English by signing the declaration of independence that he was not afraid to let them know that he...
Possibly the most famous signature was that of John Hancock. However, many other famous men that signed the Declaration of Independence included: Benjamin Frankin, John Adams, Sam Adams, Robert Morris, and Thomas Jefferson.
Because he is the first and largest signer of the declaration of independence
john was adopted by his uncle Thomas Hancock in 1744 when john father died. he became his uncles apprentice
he acted very sad
It appears mary Hancock did have a guys name. For the source use my head for more detailed go to my hand concerning your request, click on the related foot.
John Hancock is perhaps best known for his large and ornate signature on the Declaration of Independence. He was the first to sign the Declaration, as he was the president of the Continental Congress, the body that constructed the Declaration, at the time it was approved and adopted. He is supposed...
Because he was the President of the Congress at the time and when the vote was reached it is the duty of the President to first sign it into action.If I may, he also signed it big because he wanted everybody to know he stood in back of the document unafraid.There is a famous quote by John Hancock at...
John Hancock signed the Declaration of Independece in the city of Philidelphia, Pennyslvania.
John Hancock married Dorothy Quincy in 1775.
He was the fattest of them all and could not even see his toes when he was standing up.
he was governor of Massachusetts
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Will Smith played Hancock in the movie.
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