68. Aaron ADAMSON was born in 1799 in Tennessee.1 He died in 1839 at the age of 40 in Wayne County, Indiana.1
1820 Wayne Co IN Census.
Aron Adamson. 1m 16-26. 2f under 10, 1f 16-26
1830 Wayne Co IN Census
Aaron Adamson in Perry Township. 1m -5, 1m 30-40. 1f -5, 2f 5-10, 2f 10-15, 1f 20-30.
Patent, 15 Oct 1835, to Aaron Adamson of Wayne Co IN, West 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 12, Twp 20-N, Range 8-E, 2nd Prime Meridian, Delaware Co IN This section borders Madison Co IN. Neighbors included James Groenendyke, Harlan Stout, Robert S. Jones, Robert Griffis, and Purnell F. Peters. Abner Ratcliff was in Section 13, just south.
Another patent, 20 Aug 1838, was in Section 9, T 21 N, R 9 E. It was the W 1/2 of the SW 1/4; Job Garner had a patent in the same section
Aaron ADAMSON and Sally MILLMAN were married on 12 February 1818 in Wayne County, Indiana.33 Sally MILLMAN died in 1842 in Wayne County, Indiana.
Probate: In 1839 Sarah is the widow of Aaron Adamson. In 1843, administrators are appointed for Sarah Adamson, deceased (they are also administrators for Aaron Adamson, deceased)
Aaron ADAMSON and Sally MILLMAN had the following children:
|Benjamin R. ADAMSON36 was born on 15 November 1835 in Economy, Wayne County, Indiana.36 |
Benjamin is either the son of Aaron or Abel. His biography states that he was orphaned at the age of three and placed in the service of a man who moved to Marshall Co IN where Benjamin remained until he was 18. He married Sarah J. Hammer in Wayne Co and they removed to Jefferson Co IA for two years and then moved to southern Kansas. In the summer of 1860, they returned to Iowa. He returned to Wayne Co in 1863. In 1865, Benjamin went into business in Muncie, Delaware Co, with his uncle Jonathan P. Adamson. He was still living at the time his biography was written (1881).