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Aaron Adams
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Birth: Oct. 7, 1784
Death: Aug. 26, 1838

Married Susannah Walker Nov 18, 1807 in Rutland, MA

-Susan Walker Adams 1809-1885 (John Stark Collins)
-Sibble Roper Adams 1810-1881 (Jonas Totten Jr)
-Leander Adams 1812 (Francis Whitman)
-Lavina Freelove Adams July 31 1813
-Amanda Ann Adams 1814-1892

Married Amy Collins (1795) in Feb 1816 in Penfield NY

-Amy Collins Adams 1817 (Henry B Green)
-Polly Angeline Adams 1818 (Amasa Collins)
-Lovicia/Louisa White Adams (Jacob Condra) 1820-1905
-Lydia Watkins Adams (William Bell Whitman)

Married Nancy Freeman on Aug 9 1827 in Indiana
-Abigail Lavina Adams (Ninevah Harmon)
-Aaron E. Adams 1830 (Catharine Ann May)
-Daniel P. Adams 1832 (Elizabeth McKenzie)

Father: Daniel Adams Sr (b April 20, 1750, Medway, MA)
Mother: Martha Watkins Adams (b1751 in Hopkinton MA)

Aaron Adams and Susannah Walker Adams left Massachusetts sometime in the latter part of 1813, or in early 1814, and migrated to the state of New York. A document found in the Adams' records disclosed that Aaron Adams served in the New York Militia in 1814. Aaron's first wife, Susannah Walker, apparently died in Penfield, Ontario County, New York some time after December 07, 1814. In the latter part of 1818 or in 1819, Aaron Adams migrated west with his family (including new wife Amy Collins), stopping in Grant County, Kentucky, before settling in Indiana. He was in Washington County, Indiana by the year 1827, although it is not certain exactly what year he arrived there. His second wife, Amy Collins, died somewhere along the way in either Kentucky or Indiana. Aaron then married third wife Nancy Freeman in 1827. Aaron Adams first settled in southern Washington County, Indiana, near where the counties of Washington, Harrison, Crawford and Orange were joined. The records in all four counties fail to disclose that he ever owned any land in Indiana. However, his son Leander Franklin Adams entered many acres in Harrison County and also some in Crawford County from the government. The exact burial site of Aaron Adams is not known. His estate was probated in Crawford County, which is where he resided at the time of his death. A receipt for a monument was found among the Adams' papers, showing that his son, Leander Franklin Adams, purchased on set of Indiana marble gravestones from W. R. Haraer on December 06, 1856, which were to be inscribed: "Aaron, son of D. & M. Adams born October 07, 1784 died August 1838" The headstone was to be delivered at shop by February, for the cost of $11.00. A diligent search has been made by many of Aaron's descendants to locate his grave, but so far to no avail. 
Family links: 
  Daniel Adams (1750 - 1832)
  Susanna Walker Adams (1787 - 1814)*
  Amy Collins Adams (1795 - 1824)*
  Susan Walker Adams Collins (1809 - 1885)*
  Leander Franklin Adams (1812 - 1880)*
  Mary Polly Angeline Adams Collins (1818 - 1894)*
  Lovica Adams Condra (1820 - 1905)*
  Lydia Watkins Adams Whitman (1821 - 1882)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Desiree (Burrell) Rodcay
Record added: Dec 23, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23533609

God Bless
- Janice Stinnett
 Added: Sep. 14, 2015

- Janis Coleman
 Added: Aug. 26, 2015

- Love,Janis & Nancy
 Added: Oct. 7, 2014
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