|Birth: ||Aug. 26, 1832|
|Death: ||May 17, 1906|
Adam was born in Zorra Township, Oxford County, Ontario Canada.
He was the son of Robert Ford and Ann Nelson, the husband of Elsie Jane Cruttenden, and the father of Julia Ford, Arthur Beecher Ford, and Dr. Leon Nelson Crittendenne Ford.
He attended McGill University and set up practice as a surgeon, first in Saint Marys, Perth, Ontario, and later in Denver, Colorado. He was a noted authority on how baseball was played in Canada in his childhood, writing an article upon the subject which was published in Sporting Life on May 5, 1886. This was largely responsible for Saint Marys being entered into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
He was interred in this cemetery, without a tombstone, on 19 May 1906.
Robert Ford (1779 - 1874)
Ann Nelson Ford (1783 - 1860)
Arthur Beecher Ford (1861 - 1917)*
Mary Ann Ford Piper (1813 - 1898)*
Catherine Ford Williamson (1815 - 1894)*
Priscilla B Ford Needham (1816 - 1896)*
Rhoda Matilda Ford Chrysler (1820 - 1914)*
William Nelson Ford (1825 - 1910)*
John Wesley Ford (1827 - 1895)*
Adam Enoch Ford (1832 - 1906)
Note: Plot shown - no tombstone
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Originally Created by: Eric Crow
Record added: Feb 26, 2006
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