No Bill, I don't know anything about John 1802 Va, other than what I told
you. If I did I might be further along with his geneaology. I've been all
over Va, but as we know the late 1700s' to about 1810 are very scarce for
census etc. Him being JOHN doesn't help either.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Adams" <billadams06(a)cox.net>
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2008 4:42 AM
Subject: Re: [ILJACKSO] Adams of Jackson County ILL.
Anderson's Father was John b 1802. Do you know what his mother's name
On 8/31/08 11:43 PM, "Gary or Kitty Gloyne"
> You know Bill, I must be tired, forgot about the Andersons that were
> connected by marriage to the Adams in Jackson County. Thomas my
> brother md Lavina Duncan Crowder in 1861 in White County Il, she had
> daughters by Philip Crowder, one was named Octavia, and she married Enoch
> Anderson, 3 Aug 1873, they had one son, Charles b 14 June 1878, Octavia
> between 6 June 1880 and 9 July 1882, when Enoch married his second wife
> Margaret Luther. She died, and he md his third wife Martha Crothers 2
> 1883, and had another son Samuel Anderson b 3 Sept 1884. Enoch died
> somewhere from the birth of Samuel, and 1900. Both of the sons spent time
> with Lavina, she even lived with one of them in her old age. And the
> one was her grandson. Nothing is known of Enoch's parents,but I think he
> connected to Granderson Anderson, but haven't proved it yet.
> Stranger yet is the fact of the relationship between the Warrens and the
> Adams. My ancestor, Anderson b 1832 Tn md Nancy Duncan Unknown around
> she had a young girl with her named Mary Warren 8 yrs old, Mary was with
> them in White Co, and I found her in Jackson Co too.
> My Anderson's dad, John Adams b ca 1802 Va (died White Co Il ca 1858-9),
> my brick wall, story was that he left home to trade with the Indians, and
> returned about 5 years later and the folks had moved on, and he never
> them again. I think I have every census for the appropriate years in Tn
> Ky, I have searched and searched, and have only one family that looks
> promising, but they have 1-2 older extra kids, which could be possible.
> was certainly old enough to have had older kids.
> So maybe your Elijah is related to my bunch??? (Except for that weird
> which you'd think I would have come across while researching the Adamses
> Ky and Tn)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bill Adams" <billadams06(a)cox.net>
> To: <ILJACKSO-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2008 5:42 AM
> Subject: [ILJACKSO] Adams of Jackson County ILL.
>> Descendant of Elijah Adams of Jackson county Ill.
>> Elijah Adams b 1825 m Eliza Warren b 1834. I believe they were married
>> somewhere in Perry County in the early 1850's but I can't find anything
>> prove it.
>> John m Maggie Kimball
>> m Isabella Drake
>> Emma Anderson - Servant
>> Elijah has been my brick wall for many years.
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