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Fate Adams "not found wanting" : the life and times and genealogical background of George Washington LaFayette Adams and his outstanding contribution to the religious heritage of Mitchell County and Wiregrass Georgia

Scott Morris, Jr.
Books/Monographs
English
[Sale City, Georgia] : S. Morris, 1990
113 leaves : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes bibliography: leaves 110-111.

Includes indexes.

George Washington LaFayette Adams (1849-1890), son of Fields Adams (1815-1893) and Zora Elizabeth Spearman (1820-1854), was born in Newberry Co., South Carolina. In 1868 his family migrated to Mitchell Co., Georgia. He married Rebecca L. Mason (1845-1923), daughter of Walter B. Mason, a baptist minister, and his wife, Frances, in 1868. They were parents of nine daughters. Descendants and relatives lived in Georgia, Texas, Florida and elsewhere.

Includes Adams, Davis, Mason, Maples, Palmer, Strickland, Morris, West, Williams, Brasher, Cooper, Davidson, Drake, Smith, Wilson, Yoemans and related families.

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