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  1. Mary E. Adams: Birth: 26 NOV 1861 in Middlebury, Wyoming Co., New York. Death: in Utica, Oneida Co., New York

  2. Hattie Olive Adams: Birth: 24 FEB 1864 in Middlebury, Wyoming Co., New York. Death: 26 JAN 1959 in Wyoming, Wyoming Co., New York

1. Title:   1850 U.S. Census
2. Title:   1860 U.S. Census
3. Title:   1870 U.S. Census
4. Title:   1880 U.S. Census
5. Title:   1900 U.S. Census
6. Title:   1910 U.S. Census
7. Title:   1920 U.S. Census
8. Title:   History of Wyoming County, N.Y (F.W. Beers & Co., NY: 1880)
9. Title:   Correspondence.
10. Title:   Cemetery visit
11. Title:   Find A Grave, internet

a. Note:   1928 John Quincy Adams Wyoming, Nov. 29,--John Quincy Adams fell dead at his home here at 5:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon of heart disease. He had been about the house during the day and was about to lie down when he was stricken. Mr. Adams was born in Stafford on March 17, 1838. He took up his residence in the town of Middlebury when a young man and in 1859 married Miss Frances Maria Cox, who died October 31, 1923. He resided on a farm in Middlebury until 1900, when he moved to this village. Mr. and Mrs. Adams celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage in 1919. Mr. Adams was a member of the Middlebury Baptist church, was a great reader and was well posted on many topics. Surviving Mr. Adams are two daughters, Mrs. Hattie Blatchford, who lived with him, Mrs. E. R. Jones of Utica; nine grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Mary Blair of No. 35 Washington Avenue, Batavia. Funeral services will be held at Mr. Adams's late home, at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the Rev. C. H. Otto of the Baptist church of Wyoming officiating. Burial will be made in the Wyoming cemetery. _______________________ History of Wyoming County, N.Y., with illustrations, biographical sketches. Page 223. "John Quincy Adams was born March 17th, 1836, in Stafford, Genesee County, and came to this town in 1858 from the place of his nativity. He was married November 8th, 1859, to Frances M. Cox, of Middlebury. Mr. Adams is a well known farmer, and is noted for his public spirit. He has always lent his aid in the erection of bridges and churches, and in other public improvements. Mr. and Mrs. Adams are members of the Baptist church. The former has long held in the office of trustees; the latter has for years been a teacher in the Sunday-school." ________________________________________ Rochester, Monroe, NY Democrat & Chronicle Fri Mar 15, 1901 WEST MIDDLEBURY FIRE The dwelling house on the farm of John Quincy ADAMS, at West Middlebury, was totally destroyed by fire Wednesday night. The fire started at about o'clock in a woodshed in the rear of the house, the cause being unknown. The family saved a part of the household goods. The insurance was $800 on the house and $200 on goods, in the Wyoming County Co-operative Insurance Company. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.