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|1||I3323||ADAMS||Adaline||15 Feb 1818||18 Dec 1888||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82500462||1|
|2||I3150||ADAMS||Alexander||24 Oct 1822||14 Oct 1898||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #81174078||1|
|3||I3184||ADAMS||Alexander||15 Mar 1892||25 Mar 1893||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82501270||1|
|4||I1233||ADAMS||Amanda Florence||6 Mar 1876||7 Mar 1965||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #85983280||1|
|5||I6049||ADAMS||Andrew J.||24 Jan 1864||4 May 1865||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32220773||1|
|6||I824||ADAMS||Blanche||22 Sep 1904||30 Dec 2000||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #87497596||1|
|7||I759||ADAMS||Buford||13 Jul 1816||22 Jan 1892||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #81194372||1|
|8||I3161||ADAMS||Buford Hamilton||1858||13 Jan 1900||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #81211872||1|
|9||I3324||ADAMS||Caroline||10 Jul 1832||31 Dec 1881||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82501578||1|
|10||I590||ADAMS||Catherine||24 Apr 1803||19 Nov 1890||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #120651088||1|
|11||I4477||ADAMS||Charles Jefferson||16 Aug 1893||22 Jul 1980||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32220862||1|
|12||I4479||ADAMS||Charles Jefferson||13 Jan 1924||11 Sep 2002||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32220884||1|
|13||I3322||ADAMS||Chinesa||28 Dec 1819||10 Jul 1892||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82503250||1|
|14||I3174||ADAMS||Chinesa||22 Sep 1887||3 Sep 1888||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #81212175||1|
|15||I523||ADAMS||Coonrod||1770||1835||0||It was also noted that "Grandfather Adams" was of German descent.||1|
|16||I523||ADAMS||Coonrod||1770||1835||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #115324689||1|
|17||I515||ADAMS||Elisha||20 Aug 1871||25 Mar 1938||0||Elisha Adams worked on the railroads. His employment took him to Eureka, KS, where he met his future wife, Cora Meyers. Cora was only 14 when they were married. On the marriage license Elisha stated that his given name was Richard and claimed his age to be 29 years.
Sometimes during the 1920's, Elisha was sent to the sanitarium in Norton, KS, for tuberculosis. At this point in time it was taboo to have someone in your family come down with TB, so people would try to hide the fact. Elisha's family told everyone that he was sent to the sanitarium because he was mean and abusive. Apparently this was far more acceptable than admitting one had TB.
His wife, Cora, soon remarried, although it is questionable whether her and Elisha were ever divorced. Elisha died from TB several years later. His death certificate lists his birth date as 8/20/1868. If this was Elisha's true birth date, he would have been almost 37 years to Cora's 14, when they were married.
|18||I617||ADAMS||Eliza Ella||12 Oct 1880||18 Apr 1964||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82311784||1|
|19||I592||ADAMS||Elizabeth||1806||10 May 1878||0||She was represented by a mark on the census for a female between the ages of 30 and 40 in the household of George P. Kitchens||1|
|20||I592||ADAMS||Elizabeth||1806||10 May 1878||0||She was recorded in the household of Christopher Reynerson. The members in his household were:
Christopher Reynerson, age 38, male, born in Kentucky
Elizabeth Reynerson, age 44, female, born in Kentucky
Coonrod Kitchen, age 15, male, born in Missouri
Margaret Kitchen, age 12, female, born in Missouri
Andrew J. Kitchen, age 11, male, born in Missouri
Polly Ann, age 9, female, born in Missouri
Sarah F., age 7, female, born in Missouri
Susan E. Reynerson, age 1, female, born in Missouri
Mary Adams [Elizabeth's mother], age 78, female, born in North Carolina
|21||I592||ADAMS||Elizabeth||1806||10 May 1878||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #81639970 and 82503752||1|
|22||I592||ADAMS||Elizabeth||1806||10 May 1878||0||Andrew Jackson (Dick) Kitchen was the son of George Kitchen and Elizabeth Adams. Dick (Bushwhacker book) married Martha Ellen Mace Edgar, March 31,1867, the daughter of Henry Mace and Elizabeth Black. Dick and Martha had a little girl who died after eating too many dried apples. She is buried at the Renaud Cemetery.
Oral family history says Dick and others fought the North as bushwhackers instead of putting on Southern uniforms. They destroyed government supply wagons at Beaver Creek, south of Rolla and around Edgar Springs and also gave food back to those people from whom the army had taken it.
At the conclusion of the war all Southern sympathizers were to be pardoned, but the one in charge of Missouri said, "No". This area put out posters for Dick Kitchens, Anthony Wright, Bill Wilson and Jim Jamison.BILL went to Texas, Anthony to Louisiana, Jim was later pardoned and became a Texas Ranger.
After the war Dick was hiding in a cave east of Edgar Springs (where Highway H crosses Little Piney). Dick's mother's home was at the foot of the hill that leads to the Mitchell Cemetery. Sergeant Jim Samples and the Home Guard came looking for Dick. Dick's half-sister Bett, age 16, would slip out at night and take him food. Samples and his men caught her and tried to make her reveal where Dick was. She wouldn't, so they hung her from a walnut tree by the house. They shoved her mother into the house, chained the door, piled straw up to the front door and set it on fire. When they let Bett down, she said, "Now I didn't tell you, and I never will!" Then they hung her again. The second time, she was turning blue. By then Dick had gotten there with his guns shooting. The soldiers ran off. Bett had rope burns on her neck for many years. Dick said he could have killed them all, but he didn't want to kill anyone.
Another time Samples and his men came to Coon's (Dick's brother) home and took him up on a ridge to kill him if he didn't tell where Dick was. Coon thought the only thing that saved him was that John Samples, Jim's father, came. He was a Baptist preacher. He preached in a coat that had a bullet hole in the back. He walked stooped over. They asked him how he got that way. He said, "From dodging Bill Wilson's bullets." He had a crease on the back of his head from one.
Martha Ellen's mother was very sick. (She lived where Bud Arthur's farmis now located.) Dick went there to help sit up with her. Samples found out where he was and brought the Home Guard after dark. They fired two bullets into Mrs. Mace's pillow. Dick told his relatives to blow out the light and get on the floor. Dick saw the glint of a gun barrel and went out with both guns firing. He killed Samples and wounded some other. Dick escaped on his horse.
The soldiers went up to Uncle Antnie's (Dick's brother) at 2:00 in the morning to make him haul Samples's body home. He hauled the body with ateam of oxen and wagon. John Samples thanked him for bringing his boy home. Somebody asked Antnie if he didn't hate to haul him. He said, "Only thing I hate -- I didn't have a full load."
Dick was freighting and was at a blacksmith shop in Evening Shade, Arkansas. He had to shoe his horse. He took off his guns and hung them upon the bellows. He didn't have enough horseshoe nails and while getting them, someone shot him in the back with his own gun. He is buried at Evening Shade.
Martha's farm was where Roy Davidson's farm is located today. Martha later married Tom Kepler. She is buried in Renaud Cemetery.
Dicks's uncle, "Piney Bill" William Adams was kept awhile as a prisoner during the Civil War because authorities accused him of harboring bushwhackers in his home.
Submitted by Connie Davidson
|23||I606||ADAMS||Elizabeth||16 Jun 1830||Jul 1919||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #81527024||1|
|25||I771||ADAMS||Emmett T.||26 Dec 1881||17 Sep 1883||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82501720||1|
|26||I1332||ADAMS||Emry||8 Oct 1902||27 Oct 1907||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32727888||1|
|27||I506||ADAMS||General Lee||21 May 1895||Yes, date unknown||0||An alternate birthdate has been recorded as"Sep 1894" by World Family Tree, Vol. 58, Tree 14.||1|
|28||I506||ADAMS||General Lee||21 May 1895||Yes, date unknown||0||Last known residence believed to be Evans, Weld Co., CO.||1|
|29||I796||ADAMS||Gertrude Viola||31 Dec 1898||6 Sep 1985||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #65236054||1|
|30||I3139||ADAMS||Glen P.||1922||9 Jan 1987||0||Plot: Evergreen lot 161-1||1|
|31||I3177||ADAMS||Hamilton Thomas||20 Sep 1892||21 Oct 1972||0||lot 04A-21||1|
|32||I587||ADAMS||Henry||27 Jan 1792||18 Oct 1852||0||in the War of 1812||1|
|33||I587||ADAMS||Henry||27 Jan 1792||18 Oct 1852||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #81179673||1|
|34||I498||ADAMS||Henry Harrison||29 Oct 1902||13 Mar 1974||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #6225070||1|
|35||I503||ADAMS||Henry Morgan||1870||13 Sep 1923||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #6226758||1|
|36||I604||ADAMS||Henry Staton||15 Mar 1879||17 Sep 1947||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #77604850||1|
|37||I726||ADAMS||Henry Wilson||24 Aug 1852||21 Nov 1932||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #27959694||1|
|38||I753||ADAMS||Ida Elizabeth||21 Dec 1878||27 Sep 1942||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82559499||1|
|39||I3425||ADAMS||James "Riley"||1876||1920||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #33026279||1|
|40||I605||ADAMS||James D.||15 Sep 1840||26 Sep 1881||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32221419||1|
|41||I508||ADAMS||James S. Malone||21 Sep 1892||25 Jan 1895||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #33029021||1|
|42||I614||ADAMS||James Walter||11 Aug 1878||12 Oct 1907||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32221389||1|
|43||I2968||ADAMS||Jerry Allen||1875||1948||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #33641394||1|
|44||I3317||ADAMS||Jessie G.||Sep 1899||23 Jan 1980||0||Plot: Evergreen lot 149-3||1|
|45||I4488||ADAMS||John Arthur||27 Nov 1883||27 Nov 1883||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32221482||1|
|46||I611||ADAMS||John H.||22 Aug 1868||27 Nov 1952||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32220458||1|
|47||I776||ADAMS||John W.||28 Mar 1886||9 Aug 1903||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #82504920||1|
|48||I520||ADAMS||Lucinda F.||26 Sep 1873||8 Feb 1907||0||FindAGrave.com, Memorial #32724279||1|
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