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  1. William Stephens Smith (November 8, 1755 – June 10, 1816) was a United States representative from New York. He married Abigail "Nabby" Adams, the daughter of President John Adams, and so was a brother-in-law of President John Quincy Adams and an uncle of Charles Francis Adams Sr.

  2. William Stephens Smith (1755-1816) From the Battle of Long Island in 1776 until the withdrawal of British military forces from his native New York City in 1783, William Stephens Smith proved himself an exceptional military officer during the War for American Independence.

  3. Miranda - Biografía : El gran viaje. El gran viaje. William Stephens Smith: el más constante de los amigos norteamericanos de Miranda, le prestará su ayuda en París en 1800 y colaborará en su tentativa de fomentar una rebelión independentista en Venezuela en 1806. Imagen: U.S. Marshals Service.

  4. Research & Education. Thomas Jefferson Encyclopedia. The tree of liberty... (Quotation) In a 1787 letter to William Stephens Smith, the son-in-law of John Adams, Thomas Jefferson used the phrase "t ree of liberty ":

  5. From George Washington to William Stephens Smith, 24 June 1782. 24 June 1782. Leutenant Colonel William S. Smith entered the service of the United States at the Commencement of the present War In August 1776 he was appointed Aid de Camp to Major General Sullivan with the rank of Major in the Army on the 1st of January 1777 he was promoted to be ...

  6. WILLIAM STEPHENS SMITH was born 8 November 1755 in New York City to John Smith, a merchant, and Margaret Stephens, the daughter of a British army officer. Smith graduated from the College of New Jersey (Princeton) in 1774 and briefly studied law before joining the Continental Army in 1776.

  7. to William Stephens Smith | | In hand of aide-de-camp Benjamin Walker. Written to Smith, the Commissary of Prisoners to the Army. References Smith's letter of 12 December 1782.