She was the daughter of Jeremiah Powell and Violet Lawson Gamble.
She married John Wesley Adams, September 20, 1837 in Jefferson County, Florida.
She moved from Jefferson County Florida to the Sopchoppy River with her husband John Wesley Adams, where they had extensive landholdings and raised cotton. Their sloop "John Wesley" was used to carry the cotton to England until it was confiscated and sunk by the Union Army near Old Spanish Hole near St. Marks, Florida.
Their children were Sarah Iona Adams, Mary Jane Adams, Caroline Adams, Drusilla Violet Adams and John Wesley Adams II. All of whom were born on the Sopchoppy River, Florida.
The actual death of Caroline Powell is unknown at this time, but it was between 1870 and 1880.
The actual internment site for Caroline Powell Adams has not been determined at this time. It is felt that she is buried on the Adams Plantation on the Sopchoppy River near Ashmore, Florida. The location of this cemetery has not been determined. Futhermore there is a lost "Adams" cemetery in Wakulla County near what is now Wakulla Gardens Subdivisionwhich was originally part of the Gavin/Adams Plantation.
This is my Great Great Grandmother, please don't ask for transfer.
John Wesley Adams (1815 - ____)
Ione A. E. Adams Benton (1840 - 1914)*
John Wesley Adams (1848 - 1913)*
Note: This is my Great Great Grandmother.
Created by: Helen Strickland
Record added: Apr 25, 2011
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