|Sign in front of the West Hill Cemetery at Sherburne, NY|
|Overview of Col. William S. Smith's gravesite.|
|"Here Lie The Mortal remains of Col. Wm. S. SMITH Who died At Lebanon June 10, 1816 Aged 59 years"|
|Plague by the headstone of Col. William S. Smith|
|IN Memory of ABIGAIL ADAMS The Wife of Col. Wm. S. Smith And only Daughter of JOHN ADAMS, The Second President of the United States. Abigail died in 1813 and was buried at Quincy, MA.|
|"In the War of Independence, He Fought in Twenty two Battles, served as aide To GEN. WASHINGTON Who always Held him in Affectionate Esteem"|
He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 17 district. He held many offices under President Washington and Adams which you can read about at the link below.
Col. Smith and Abigail had four children: William, John, Thomas, and Caroline.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stephens_Smith This is a good bio of Col. Smith.
And a bio of Abigail's life. Abigail died in Quincy, MA in 1813, so I assume she is buried there.