|Birth: ||Jun. 5, 1761|
|Death: ||Nov. 21, 1848|
Butler Co, OH Testamentary Record, vol 9, 1849-1851, p 122. "Heman Adams deceased" "Butler County, Be it remembered that on the twelfth day of October in the Term of September one thousand eight hundred and forty nine (Lucy Adams widow (elect?) of the deceased having relinquished, etc) by application administration of all and singular the good and chattels, rights, credits, monys and effect which were of Heman Adams late of the County of Butler deceased is granted unto Lot Smith who with Thomas Smith and John Ward his bail gave bond to the State of Ohio in the Sum of One hundred dollars."
Ordered that Elijah Vanness, Silas Wing and Robert Riggs be the appraisers."
- Butler Co, OH Testamentary Record, vol 12, 1848-1849, p 620. "Estate of Heman Adams Deceased" This is the property inventory appraisal for Heman Adams. The estate gave Lucy Adams "4 chairs, one Bed and Bedding some cooking utensils & cupboard wares". They also "set off and assigned to Lucy Adams for her support for one year from the decease of her said husband that following to wit:
One block case valued at $1.00
" Bureau " " 5.00
" Chest " " .50
" Trunk " " 1.00
" Mantle Clock " " 5.00
" Share stock in the Venice? Bride Co. Dividends due from said company.
Amount of stock valued at 30.00
Cash on Hand 14.90"
- Butler Co, OH Testamentary Record, vol 10, 1852-1856, p425. February 15th, 1855. Record of Estates Settled: "Heman Adams, Deceased"
Sworn statement of marriage contained in the Pension Application file for
Heman Adams; National Archives: 19 Sep 1849 - [Lucy Adams] declares that
she was married to him the said Heman Adams November 14th 1781 by Rev
Abraham Williams in Sandwich, Barnstable County, MA, that her name before
marriage was Lucy Cobb, that her husband the said Heman Adams died on the
21 day of November 1848
From the summary sheet on Heman Adams from Pension Records "Heman Adams
was allowed a pension on Certificate No. 17287 which was issued 31 May
1820, rate $8.00 per month, act of 18 March 1818 Ohio Agency. His widow
Lucy Adams was allowed a pension on Certificate $422 which was issued
Nov. 17 1849, rate $96.00 per annum act of 29 July 1848, Ohio Agency
Heman Adams (also given as Homan) appeared on a Descriptive List of Men
raised agreeable to resolve of June 9, 1779 to serve in the Continental
Army for the term of 9 months, returned as received of Justin Ely, Comr,
by Capt James Tisdale at Springfield Aug 23, 1779. Capt Fish's Co, Col
Freeman's Regt. Age 17 yrs, 5ft 4 in, light complexion, town of Sandwich
in the amount of $8 per month for 9 months service as a private in the
Massachusetts regiment commanded by Colonel Smith
In 1790, one *Homan* Adams appeared in a Statement of Continental
Balances with rank of Private in Col Smith's (13th) Regiment, engaged for
Heman Adams appears on a Warrant to pay officers and men borne on a Roll
bearing date May 11, 1786, of Col Smith's (13th) Regt.
The name Heman Addams appeared on a "Muster and Pay Roll" of Capt. Joseph
Griffith's Company, Col. John Jacob's regiment, engaged June 3, 1778, for
7 months, travel included. The soldier belonged to Sandwich, term to
expire Jan 1, 1779
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Thankful Chadwick Adams (1743 - 1819)
Lucy Cobb Adams (1765 - 1854)*
Asenath Adams Smith (1785 - 1865)*
Lot Adams (1786 - 1865)*
Indian Creek Baptist Cemetery
Maintained by: Juanita Arnold
Originally Created by: Nancy Provost
Record added: Oct 18, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22291401
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