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 Clement Adams

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Clement Adams

  • Birth 15 May 1792 Charlotte County, Virginia, USA
  • Death 6 May 1860 Warren County, Kentucky, USA
  • Burial Unknown, Specifically: Burial place unknown
  • Memorial ID 92772518

Married Nancy A. Hines on April 29, 1818 in Warren Co., Kentucky.

Married Elizabeth Jackson on February 4, 1837 in Warren Co., Kentucky.

Married Agnes McGinnis sometime around 1840.

Married Francis A. Hayslett on February 3, 1859 in Warren Co., Kentucky.
From "A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians, Volume 3," by E. Polk Johnson, 1912, Lewis Publishing Company, under the biographical sketch for Dr. John Quincy Taylor:

"The mother, previous to her marriage, was Miss Caroline Adams, a daughter of Clement Adams, an old citizen and among the early settlers, coming when the state's untamed virginity had not yet been thoroughly subdued."
From "Sketches from Allen, Monroe, Metcalfe, Barren and Warren Counties," by William Henry Perrin, J. H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin, 1971, Genealogical Reference Company, under the biographical sketch for John Clay Adams:

"Clement Adams was a thrifty farmer of Warren County and was born in Charlotte County, Va. His father, James Adams, was a soldier in the Revolution."
From the journal of Alford Love Davidson, who lived in Indianola, Kansas from 1857-1865:

"Clement Adams started home on the 7 April 58"
From The Louisville Daily Courier, May 11, 1860:

"SINGULAR DEATHS. - During the last few weeks as many as four old residents have died suddenly in the northern section of this county. On the 2d of March John Waddle, a well known citizen, arose well and hearty; he ate his breakfast, and engaged in the usual affairs of the day; before night, without the slightest premonition, he dropped dead. His age was 67. On Friday, the 9th, Jonathan Ferguson, aged 88, after having engaged in the usual routine of his daily avocations, also dropped dead. On May 5th Mrs. Miller, aged near 70, died in the same manner. On May the 6th Mr. Clement Adams, an esteemed and popular citizen, aged 60 years, apparently in fine health, while engaged in his usual business, also dropped dead. These deaths all occurred in the same vicinity, the deceased living within a few miles of each other. - Bowling Green Gaz."

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  • Added: 29 Jun 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 92772518
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Clement Adams (15 May 1792–6 May 1860), Find A Grave Memorial no. 92772518, ; Maintained by Dave Davidson (contributor 47111412) Unknown, who reports a Burial place unknown.