He longed for friends when he was young.
he went to Harvard university
he was born on january23,1737
he was 39 when he signed the declaration of independence.
He was an orphan and then got adopted by his uncle
he was adopted my his uncle after his dad died
Can I have your John Hancock?
From his father John Hancock Jr. and his father John Hancock Sr.
John Hancock married Dorothy Quincy Hancock
John Hancock was a merchant
No, John Hancock did not have a ponytail.
no john Hancock was married
Why was John Hancock importance
John Hancock died at Hancock Manor in Boston, Massachusetts.
"John Hancock" is presumably the problematic term in that phrase, the rest of it is pretty straightforward. "John Hancock" is slang for "signature", coming from the very prominent signature of John Hancock on the US Declaration of Independence. The John Hancock Life Insurance company had a commercial jingle featuring the line "put your John Hancock on the John Hancock".
No, John Hancock was not a Catholic. His father was Reverend John Hancock who was a local clergyman in the church.
john hancock jr. his son
A person's "John Hancock" is his or her signature. It is an idiom taken from the fact that John Hancock had such a prominent signature on the Declaration of Independence.
John Hancock was the Chairman of the Congress
what did John Hancock do before the war?
no john Hancock did not write the declaration.
John Hancock had the biggest signature on the Constitution
John Lee Hancock is 6'.
The typical meaning for John Hancock is your signature. So when someone asks you for your "John Hancock" they are asking for your signature.