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Nathaniel Alphus "Nathan" Adams
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Birth: Jun. 7, 1832
Montgomery County
Georgia, USA
Death: Nov. 29, 1926
Montgomery County
Georgia, USA

Nathan Alphus Adams, Sr.
Enlisted on 7 May 1862. He is listed as "discharged, disability" at Charleston, South Carolina on 27 August 1864. He was born in Montgomery County, Georgia in 1830.

Enlisted May 7, 1862 in Colquitt's Brigade, Company G, 32nd Georgia Infantry Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Army of Tennesse, Private. Wounded Olustee, Fla. February 1864 at age 32. Discharged at Charleston, SC August 22,1864 as a paraplegic due to spinal disease. It is interesting that after his release from the CSA Army due to paralysis he was able to father many children.

Mount Vernon, Georgia
Thursday, December 2, 1926

Uncle Nath Adams Passes. Approached Near to Century Mark, Was Veteran of the Sixties, and Well Known in Montgomery County

Mr. Nathan Adams, familiarly and affectionately known as Uncle Nath, died at his home about six miles north of Ailey on Monday morning, November 29, after being confined to his bed for about two weeks. He was probably the oldest citizen of Montgomery County, having lived to come within about three years of the century mark.
Uncle Nath was born and reared in the neighborhood where he died. With the exception of the years of service in the Confederate Army, during which time he was in different states, he spent his entire life in the community. He had long been a familiar figure, and was a well beloved and honored citizen. He had won the respect and friendship of a large number of people in this section. He was an interesting character, and many acquaintances found it pleasant, as opportunity afforded the privilege, to be in his company.
He is survived by two sons and five daughters, besides quite a number of grandchildren and a very large family connection. The sons and daughters are Mr. George Adams and Mr. Nathaniel Adams, Jr., Mrs. Idella Cooper, Mrs. Drusilla Cooper, Mrs. Minnie Nabb, Mrs. Alice Smith and Mrs. Annie O'Conner.
Family links: 
  Asa Adams (1809 - 1891)
  Louisa Phillips Adams (1812 - 1885)
  Julia Ann Davis Adams (1844 - 1926)
  Idella M. Adams Cooper (1866 - 1953)*
  Drucilla Adams Cooper (1867 - 1931)*
  George Wiley Adams (1872 - 1947)*
  Julia Adams Conaway (1873 - 1971)*
  Minnie Lee Adams Nabb (1876 - 1934)*
  Anna Adams O'Conner (1878 - 1969)*
  Nathaniel Alphus Adams (1881 - 1961)*
  Alice Adams Smith (1884 - 1960)*
  William Riley Adams (1829 - 1918)*
  Infant Daughter Adams (1831 - ____)*
  Nathaniel Alphus Adams (1832 - 1926)
  Asa Lemuel Adams (1834 - 1904)*
  John W. Adams (1835 - 1864)*
  George W. Adams (1837 - 1863)*
  Amanda M. Adams Palmer (1839 - 1874)*
  Andrew J. Adams (1840 - 1864)*
  Christopher C. Adams (1842 - 1846)*
  Infant Daughter Adams (1848 - ____)*
*Calculated relationship
Nabb Cemetery
Montgomery County
Georgia, USA
Maintained by: Olivia Williamson Braddy
Originally Created by: Bev
Record added: May 01, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10901727
Nathaniel Alphus Nathan Adams
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Nathaniel Alphus Nathan Adams
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Deo Vendice.
- Mike & Nancy Ridgdill
 Added: Mar. 15, 2015

- Elizabeth Shaffer
 Added: Jul. 20, 2014
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Jun. 29, 2014
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