Texas Family Group Sheet for the James Adams Family


Husband: James ADAMS
Birthdate: 1790-1800
Birthplace: South Carolina
Death date: Jun 17, 1845
Place of death: Texas
Burial: Harrison Cty, TX (Cass)
Father: William Adams
Mother: Joanna Adams

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Wife: Lois G. ADAMS
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Death date: Aug 5, 1847
Place of death: Harrison County TX (Cass)
Burial: Madison County MS
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CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Elizabeth Adams
Sex: F
Birthdate: 1820
Birthplace: MS
Death date: 1874
Place of death: Marion County TX
Burial: Marion County TX
Marriage date: 1872
Marriage place: Harrison County TX
Spouse's name: Robert D. Jones

Child No. 2: John L. Adams
Sex: M
Birthdate: 1824 or Before
Birthplace: MS
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Child No. 3: William W. Adams
Sex: M
Birthdate: Mar 19, 1831
Birthplace: MS
Death date: Dec 19, 1897
Place of death: Upshur County TX
Burial: Pleasant Hill Cem.
Marriage date: Dec. 23, 1852
Marriage place: Marshall, Harrison County TX
Spouse's name: Mary J. Johnson

Child No. 4: Mary L. Adams
Sex: F
Birthdate: After 1833
Birthplace: MS
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Child No. 5: Sarah M. Adams
Sex: F
Birthdate: Mar 1834
Birthplace: MS
Death date: Jul 12, 1899
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Marriage place: Marshall, Harrison County TX
Spouse's name: James B. Jones

Child No. 6: James M. Adams
Sex: M
Birthdate: Mar 21, 1838
Birthplace: MS
Death date: 1859
Place of death: Cass County TX
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Marriage date: Mar 26, 1858
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Spouse's name: Lucy Marr
 
 
Documentation:
* James and Lois Adams came to Texas around 1840 and show on Harrison County Tax roles in 1840 and 1841, prior to Cass County or Marion County. They came from Madison County MS. James received 4705 acres in a land grant and 2700 acres was around Uncertain TX on Caddo Lake, as indicated on the Headrights Map for Texas. The burial site for either James or Lois has not been found. They were people of means and should have a stone marking their burial sites.
 

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