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The Adams family kith and kin : from Halifax County, Virginia to Yellow Creek Valley and Grices Creek, Houston County, Tennessee; a narrative account: history, biography, genealogy and legend

by Irene Adams Proctor
Proctor, Irene Adams (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, 2000, c2000
xviii, 1208 p. : ill., facsims., music, ports.
0967926408

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"Sources": p. 1130-1133.

Includes index.

John Adams I, the emigrant from Wales, was the first ancestor of this Adams family to come to America. He probably was born around 1700. He is the root of a family which has subsisted in America for over 240 years. According to tradition, the arrival date of John Adams I and his three sons was likely to have been around 1745. He probably came with one of the groups of Baptist families who migrated from Brecon, Carmarthan, and Pembroke counties, principalities of Wales, to the eastern shore of Maryland.

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