What age was John Hancock when he died?
Yes. They had a daughter named Lydia Henchman Hancock and a son named John George Washington Hancock. 1But neither of whom survived to adulthood. * Lydia Hancock (Oct 1776-Aug 1777); died at the age of about ten months. * John George Washington Hancock (21 May 1778-27 January 1787); died at the age of eight years. (1 taken from Wikipedia - John Hancock http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hancock)
When John Hancock signed the declaration of independence his age was a multiple of 13 and the sum of the digits was 12 how old was Hancock?
John Hancock was adopted by his very wealthy land-owning uncle at a young age. After John's uncle died he was said to have inherited all of his uncle's fortune. His uncle passed down quite a bit of land that was the most expensive land in the area. This is how John Hancock became so rich in fact, John was called one of the richest men in his time.
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 uncle, John Hancock had a bright future ahead of him as the merchant Thomas Hancock was one of the wealthiest men…