CENSUS RECORDS: 6 Sep 1850 Dist #2, Crittenden, Kentucky family #417/417
He had $500.00 and was farming.
CENSUS RECORDS:6 Sep 1850 District #2, Crittenden, Kentucky 417/417, he had
$500.00 and was farming.
LAND RECORDS: Ray County, Missouri Original Land Entries Vol.#1, book #977.819 R28g
Grantee - Elcanah ADAMS, 21 Dec 1829, Twp. 51, Range 28, Section 2, e 1/2 of NW 1/4
Grantee - Elcanah ADAMS, 3 March 1837, Twp. 51, Range 28, Section 9, sw 1/4 of NW 1/4
CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS: Ray County, Missouri Index for the years 1820 to 1840, film #959749
ADAMS, Elcanah he was a juror in 1830, 1831, 1837, 1839 and 1840
CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Ray County, Missouri (online index), page 23
ADAMS, Elcanah 2 males under 5, 1 male 20 to 30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20 to 30.
NOTES: He was a soldier in the Mormon War. He was one of the securities on the estate of John McDaniel Sr. in Ray County, Missouri in 1859.
CENSUS RECORDS: 4 Sep 1850 Dist.#75, Ray County, Missouri page 318B, family #525/525
ADAMS, Elkanah age 44, male, farmer, $800.00, KY
ADAMS, Margery age 48, female, KY
ADAMS, William S. age 24, male, laborer, KY
ADAMS, John age 21, male, laborer, KY
ADAMS, Thomas age 17, male, laborer & school, MO
ADAMS, Sarah C. age 12, female, attends school, MO
ADAMS, Ann E. age 10, female, attends school, MO
ADAMS, Martha F. age 8, female, attends school, MO
CENSUS RECORDS: 25 Aug 1860 Richmond Twp, Ray, Missouri page #255, family #1739/1739
ADAMS, Cane age 55, male, farmer, $700 & $500, KY
ADAMS, A. age 56, female, KY
ADAMS, Martha F. age 18, female, MO
VANDERPOOL, Ann E. age 19, female, MO
VANDERPOOL, Franklin age 29, male, farm hand, MO
NOTES: I found were the following person had submitted this family in 1993 to the Ancestral File at the L.D.S. Family History Center. Her name an address is: Gladys A. BORUP 709 S. 590 E. Orem, UT 84058
She was 48 in 1850.
She was 56 in 1860.
COURT RECORDS: On the 24th of April 1864, Elkanah Adams and his wife, a daughter of Joel Treadway, deceased, sought her share of the estate of John Treadway Sr. in Montgomery County, Kentucky.
She was 66 in 1870 and was living with her daughter Ann and her husband Frank Vanderpool in Richmond, Ray, Missouri.
NOTES: Margery was mentioned in her Uncle William Thornton's Will as the daughter of Mary Thornton Treadway in 1872.
She was 76 in 1880 and was living with her daughter Ann and her husband Frank Vanderpool in Richmond, Ray, Missouri.
HISTORY: Kentuckians in Missouri by Stuart Seely Sprague -1989- page 42, Name of Biographee-W. Spencer Adams born 1827, parents-Elcanah and Margerie Tredway Adams, father born 1806 in Virginia and mother born 1804 in Clark County, Kentucky, first Missouri county they came to was Ray in about 1825. source page 766, History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent counties, Missouri -1889-
She was 8 in 1850 and was attending school.
She was 18 in 1860 living with her parents.
He was in the under 5 age group in 1830.
He was 24 in 1850 living with his parents.
He was the oldest of 7 children. Only 5 of the 7 were still living in 1889. He moved to Pulaski County, Missouri shortly after the Civil War.
Kentuckians in Missouri by Stuart Seely Sprague -1989- page 42, Name of Biographee-W. Spencer ADAMS born 1827, parents were Elcanah and Margerie TREDWAY ADAMS, father born 1806 in Virginia and mother born 1804 in Clark County, Kentucky, first Missouri county they came to was Ray in about 1825. (LDS FHC film #0599833, source page 766, History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent counties, Missouri -1889- )
Biographical Sketch of W. Spencer ADAMS, Pulaski County, Missouri From "History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps & Dent Counties, Missouri, Published 1889, Goodspeed Publishing Company. W. Spencer ADAMS, a farmer and stock raiser of Liberty Township, was born in Clark County, Kentucky in 1827. His father, Elcanah ADAMS, was born in Culpeper County, Virginia in 1806, and was married in Kentucky in 1825 to Margerie Tredway, who was born in Clark County, Kentucky in 1804, and was a daughter of Joel TREDWAY, whose wife was a sister of Judge William and Col. John THORNTON, two prominent citizens of Northwestern Missouri. After their marriage the parents of our subject removed to Ray County, Missouri, where the mother died in 1881. The father was a soldier in the Mormon War in Missouri, and died in Kansas in 1865. The latter was a son of J. Spencer ADAMS, of Virginia, an early settler of Kentucky, a soldier in the War of 1812, and a large slave holder. He lived to be over one hundred years old, and was of English descent. W. Spencer ADAMS was the eldest of seven children, of whom five are now living. He was reared in Ray County, Missouri, and received his education in the common schools. In 1851 he married Martha A. PHILLIPS, daughter of Jesse and Polly PHILLIPS, natives of Kentucky and early settlers of Ray County, Missouri, where Mrs. ADAMS was born. Six children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. ADAMS, all of whom are living: Rufus, Thomas Luther, of Laclede County, Missouri; Nancy Jane, wife of Franklin MILLER; Margerie Catherine; Mollie L., wife of Joseph MILLER; and Stacy, who married Albert HARRISON, of Laclede County, Missouri. Having lost his property during the war Mr. ADAMS moved to Pulaski County, then a comparatively new county, and as a reward of honest industry and enterprise he has been successful in the pursuit of agriculture, now owning a good farm of 160 acres on the Gasconade River. During the war he served two or three years in the Missouri State Militia, and though formerly a Whig, has been a Democrat since the war. In 1849 he crossed the plains to California, but was unable to mine, and returned the following year by way of the Isthmus of Panama. Mrs. ADAMS is a member of the Baptist Church.
CENSUS RECORDS:1880 Robideaux, Pulaski, Missouri Film #1254710, Page 396A
Spencer ADAMS Self M M W 52 KY
Occ: Farmer Fa: VA Mo: PA
Martha A. ADAMS Wife F M W 49 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Thos. L. ADAMS Son M S W 24 MO
Occ: Farmer Fa: KY Mo: MO
Margery ADAMS Dau F S W 19 KS
Fa: KY Mo: MO
Mollie L. ADAMS Dau F S W 17 MO
Fa: KY Mo: MO
Stacy E. ADAMS Dau F S W 14 MO
Fa: KY Mo: MO
She was a member of the Baptist Church. She was 49 in 1880.
In 1889 he was living in Laclede county, Missouri.
He was 24 in 1880 still living with his parents. In 1889 he was living in Laclede county, Missouri.
She was 19 in 1880.
OBITUARY: Crittenden Press Newspaper 22 Aug 2002 --- Funeral services for Randy L. Floyd, 47, were held August 21 at Gilbert Funeral Home with Rev. Robert Phillips officiating. Burial was in Mapleview Cemetery. Floyd drowned while boating on the Ohio River. Surviving are his wife, Debbie Floyd of Marion; a son, Stephen Floyd of Marion; two brothers, Mike Floyd of Murray and Kenneth Floyd of Marion; and a grandchild. He was preceded in death by a brother, David Floyd; and his parents, Ralph and Erma Floyd.