adams, john, england
adams, john, england defined in 1939 yearadams, john, england - Adams, john, England (c. 1760-1829);
adams, john, england - English seaman, mutineer and settler, whose real name was Alexander Smith. Under the lead of Fletcher Christian he took part in the mutiny on H.M.S. Bounty, April, 1789. Of the nine members of the crew who left Tahiti and, with Tahitian wives, settled on Pitcairn Island, he was in 1808 the sole survivor and head of a prosperous little colony. Unmolested by the authorities, he died in 1829. See Bounty, Mutiny of the.
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