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Adams, Julia {I0043} (b. 10 MAR 1819, d. 25 AUG 1884)

Note: By the time of the 1922 Adams family reunion in delaware Co.,OH the only family information was known about Julia was her date of birth from the family bible, her husband's surname and the names of her children. She died sometime between 1850 census and 1854 when her husband remarried. Her husband Almon case is buried in his sister's plot but there are no gravestones for either wife{note, the spouses of the Case children have not been confirmes but are probably correct. Take the ? as such until further research confirms their names.

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Adams, Eliza {I0044} (b. 29 JUL 1822, d. 1858)
Note: Though Eliza's parents were in Putnam Co., NY in May 1841, where they were settling the inheritance of her mother Chloe {Shaw) Adams, they returned to IN by fall. Robert Adams transferred 40 acres in Troy Whitley Co., IN to his daughter
Eliza Hartsock in August 1841. The 1840 census showed Isaac Hartsock as B. PA, his parents Samuel, b.PA, and his mother Elizabeth KY. Eliza died in 1858 leaving a young family. In 1860 Isaac was raising his children alone and by 1880 he was living with his two unmarried sisters, Hannah and Jennie.

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Q.Adams, John {I0046} (b. 28 NOV 1829, d. 18 MAR 1909)
Note: Adams,John Quincey (#61-09=filed:April 1909) 2-A 15
ma -white - married - farmer -d/3-18-1909 in Troy Twp.,Co.-
b/11-28-1829 in N.Y., -Age 79-3-20 -wife -Malinda Adams -Fa.Robert Adams,b/N.Y. -Mo. Clara Adams, b/N.Y. -Dr.J. W. C. Scott,City,Rural-
bur.Adams cem., Co.,- March 1909 - P. A. Ashley, F. D. ,No Address.

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D.Adams, Gilbert {I0048} (b. 22 JAN 1810, d. 1 APR 1896)
Note: History of Miami County page 272

Gilbert D.Adams was elected Mayor in 1836 and Caleb Worley was elected recorder. In 1837. Samuel Patterson was elected mayor and W.B. Jones was elected recorder.On June 26,1837, the council met to appoint successors to Patterson and Jones as they refused to serve in their elected positions. They were also fined on that date a sum of $2.00 each.

Gilbert D. was also elected Mayor in 1835, Miami Co, Newberry Twp.OH

254-254-Adams,Gilbert D. ae.61 m.w.Farmer value of property 6800,value of personal estate 2000.
Adams,Eliza ae 47 f.w. keeping house
" ,Jonathan ae 20 m.w. work on farm
" ,Mary E. ae 16 f.w. helps mother
" ,Arthur ae 15 on farm
" ,Angeline ae 12 f.w. attending school
" ,Amanda ae 10 f.w. attending school
" ,Alice ae 8 f.w. attending school

All children were born in Ohio.

1870 census Miami Co,OH
Adams,Gilbert age 70 b.NY
,Eliza age 57 b.OH Fa. Tenn.
,Alice age 17 NY
Probate: Date: 6 APR 1896
Place: Estate-#11041-Bk.2-pg. 0051

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Adams, Clarke {I0058} (b. 1827, d. 30 MAY 1904)
Note: Highland Cem. Covington Oh.

Frank,Andrew Clark Adams sec.1--lot--108 date;1898
Cordelia(71/1/3) Rue Frank b-- --146 22Apr 1951
Lucille Lee A.Dollinger A 20 23 Feb 1031
Rue C.(87yr) Rue Frank b 146 25 Feb 1974

wrote in Life of Clark Adams

Philip Adams and Phoebe (Travis)Adams m.1808 N.Y. State.
came to Warren Co.,Oh 1823 and then to Miami Co.,1831,moved to washiongton Twp. Philip died 1874 age 91, his wife survived him 6 years, dieing in 1880, age 89. Family of 11 children whom grew to maturity and 9 are now living, seven residents of this county.

His father was a soldier in the Revolutionary war and he of the war of 1812, 3 sons and 7 great grandsons in the war at the Rebellion.

Clark next to the youngest,b 1827 (m) to Mary E.Morgan(dau) of Marshall and Elizabeth (Boggs) Morgan.

Clark served in the Ohio National Guard for 5 years. Lived Washington Twp.,Miami Co.,Oh.

Children living ;Annie, Mrs Andrew J. Orr, of Illinois,-Luella, Mrs. Andrew Frank of Washington twp and Clara at home.

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Adams, Daniel {I0059} (b. DEC 1832, d. 18 NOV 1907)
Note: 147th Ohio Infantry-Company G. GAR 1861-1865

Might have has second wife named Sarah born 1842 and died 1906.

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Adams, Marvin {I0066} (b. ABT 1815, d. ABT 1850)
Note: Information on Marvin Adams and Mary Ann McCombs Adams is from Pat Nichols

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Adams, Jerusha {I0067} (b. 1824, d. ?)
Note: Jefse/Jesse Adams age 19 b.OH ca 1830/31
enumerated with William Cochran family.

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Adams, Harvey {I0069} (b. 1833, d. ?)
Note: Sister in law of Jane living in same household with Harvey. She was born 1838 Ohio, married before 1853 to Sylvester W. Johnson in Ohio. Listed in the 1860 census as such.

In 1850 Harvey, a blacksmith was living with family of his sister, William and Jerusha (Adams) Cochran. He served as Corp. in Co.K. 121 Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

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Adams, Hannah( Adams ) {I0070} (b. 1800, d. ?)
Note: Hannah (Adams Adams remarried twice after Gilbert J.Adams died.
#2.OH.Dec.24,1839 Delaware Co.OH. Charles Waters
#3.OH. Delaware Co.,OH. William Rose

Records of Estate VI-2 1835-1849
2nd husband of Hannah Adams was Charles Waters.
his estate does not mention her. It list the following;
]pg 487; Children; Eber D. Waters, Bunyon Waters, Mosella waters,John B.Waters and M.G. Waters.

the will of Gilbert J.Adams her first husband was on page 217.

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Adams, 1174.Minerva {I0074} (b. 1826, d. ?)
Note: Lived with her mother and step-father in Delaware county,Trenton twp,William and Hannah Rose.

Her mother was also married to a Charles Waters befor Mr. Rose. His will is filed in Delaware county court house.
W-1843 Dela Co er pg 489 di p 15
W 1843 Delaw.County wb2 pg 252.

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Adams, 1175.Emily {I0075} (b. 18 SEP 1828, d. 7 OCT 1849)
Note: 1880 dch p 809

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Van Nostrand, Helena Maria {I0079} (b. 1806, d. ?)
Note: After Bartholomew died, Helena married Isaac G. Barnes on Aug.29, 1850

Helena Maria Van Nostrand
daughter of Joseph & Elizabeth Meade Van Nostrand-1880 dch p 700; dcq Roy Scott '15';1850 C Berlin Tp 1934 (44).

1850 census Delawarer Co.,OH.
#1934; Adams,Helena M>44,b.NY..; Alexander G 15,b.NY.; Sarah Ann II,born

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Rundle, William Henry {I0094} (b. 22 JUL 1832, d. 10 JUL 1907)
Note: William Henry Rundle m2.Sarah Shipley,no date or further info.

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Turney, Rachel {I0095} (b. 5 DEC 1816, d. 5 DEC 1900)
Note: Marion Star
Dec. 06, 1900

Mrs. Rachel T. Merrill dies at the home of the Rev. Thomas Burrows in Roudout, New York, her son-in-law.
Mr. I.D. Lewis of Summit Street announcing the death of her mother, Mrs. Rachel T. Merrill occured on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m.
The remains will be brought to Marion for interment. The funeral party will arrive on saturday morning and the services will take place from the Fred Haberman Home on saturday afternoon at an hour not yet fixed upon.
Mrs. Merrill was well known to the elder residents of Marion, having resided here from early Marion days until some few years ago, when after the death of Mrs. D.S. Jones, she went to reside with her daughter, Mrs. Burrows. The latter died some two years ago. Mrs. Merrill was a sister to the late Weaver A. Turney and was twiced married. Her seconded husband being the late Judge John Merrill. A sister, Mrs. thomas Davids of Richwood and two step-daughters; Mrs. I.D. Lewis and Mrs. L. M. Berringer survived the deceased.

Rachel Turney Adams and her daughters, Lenora and Sophrona, were living (1850) with her sister's family, John and Leah (Turney) Merrill of Marion,Oh. After her sister died, Rachel married John Merrill. After his death and that of her daughter Lenora, Rachel went to live with her daughter Sophrona Burrows in Rondout, Ulster Co.,NY. rachel died there and was buried in Marion, Oh.

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M.Adams, Leonora {I0096} (b. 25 OCT 1842, d. 19 OCT 1893)
Note: vol. pg.
Marion Library

David S. Jones
Leonra Adams

I do hereby certify that on the 3rd day of April A.D. 1860 that I joined Mr.David S. Jones and Miss Leonra Adams.

page 180 News of Marion
April 4th,1860,at the residence of the brides mother, David S.Jones and Miss Leonora M.Adams, both of Marion,OH.

Have copy of Marriage license # 84

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Adams, Harlow {I0098} (b. 1820, d. 19 APR 1895)
Note: DelawareGazette 1895-1899
April 19.1895
Berkshire-Sunbury-Mr Price had a funeral Sunday,William Hayes of Berkshire,Rev.Turner preached.Monday at galena;Tuesday,Mrs Sherer; and Wednesday Harlow Adams.Oren Poppleton and wife were there to attend her father's funeral.

April 26,1895-Berlin
Harlow Adams, an old resident of the community,died last Tuesday. His remains were placed in the vault at Cheshire,

Age 75 Cheshire Cem;Powell p 54; 1840 C Berlin Tp p 203(20-30}); Berlin Tp (31);CCC (Berlin Tp 1875)

In the June 23,1900 census it says Harlow and Margaret Adams had 7 children with 4 living.

Seldon Adams brother of Harlow Adams.

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E.Adams, Harriet {I0102} (b. 20 NOV 1846, d. 12 NOV 1924)
Note: 1850 C Berlin Tp 1928 (4) .In the 1860 census of Delaware CO. it list name as Henrietta E.age 13.

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Adams, Mary Ella {I0104} (b. 30 AUG 1855, d. 1925)
Note: Pabst 3 p 30, 6 p 10
Delaware county oh

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.Adams, Orin A {I0106} (b. 22 AUG 1871, d. 21 JAN 1924)
Note: Friday Nov 8 1918
Delaware Journal Herald
Mr.Orrie Adams
Mr. Orrie Adams,aged 36, of Sunbury, died of pneumonia at the Jane Case Hospital, Tuesday a.m.

The body was taken to Sunbury where the funeral services will be held.

Marion Star
page 4
Orren Adams dies at home east of Waldo,Funeral will be held Thursday afternoon .
Waldo,OH Jan 23(special)
Orren Adams died Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at his home at Bartlett's Corner east of here. His death followed illness of appendicitus.
Mr. Adams was forty-two years of age' He is survived by his widow, who was formerly Miss Iva Strine of Waldo.Three sisters also survive.
The funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon at 1 o'c;ock from the Reformed Church, in charge of the pastor, Rev. J.K. Murglin
Burial will be made in the Waldo Cemetery.

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