1860 Census Sullivan, Turman Township, Indiana
Taken: 13 Of July 1860
William G. Adams, 62 m, Farmer, 1800, England
Mary A. Adams, 50 f, England
John Adams, 28 m, Farmer, 1000, England
William Adams, 22 m, Farmer, 1000, England
Thomas Adams, 20 m, Farmer, England
Richard Adams, 18 m, Farmer, England
Samuel Adams, 16 m, Farmer, England
George Adams, 14 m, England
Henry Adams, 8 m, Illinois
Thomas Adams, 5 m, Indiana
1870 Census Sullivan, Turman Township, Indiana
Taken: 12 & 13 August 1870
Adams, William C., 75 m/w, Retired Farmer 14500/2000 b. England.
Even tho it shows "William C." instead of "William G.", believe its the same and one person. Plus, only William Adams listed.
1880 Census Sullivan, Turman Township, Indiana
Date Taken Not Given
Richard Adams, 35 w/m, Farmer, Eng, Eng, Eng
Elizabeth, wife, 28, In, In, In
Rebecca, dau, 2 w/f, In, Eng, In
WILLIAM G., 84 w/m, father, widowed, Farmer, Eng, Eng, Eng
Mora, 18 w/f,niece, In, Eng, In
Ema, 12, w/f, niece, In, Eng, In
Sullivan County, Indiana Cemetery Records
Vol. 4, Pg. 63. Union Chapel-Crow-White Cemetery
Turman Township, shows W. G. Adams 1795-May 31, 1883, also,
Mary Ann, wife of W.G. died Nov 19, 1869, 66y,11m,
Obituaries, Obsequies & Notices of Death
1880-1889 Sullivan County, Indiana
By: Ann & Art Miller, Pg.50
Oct 19, 1881, Wed. Sullivan Democrat
Graysville Bulletin-Thomas Adams died 12 Oct over in LaMotte Prairie. He was the son of Gaskin Adams.
Vol. 4, Pg. 63, shows Thomas Adams buried in same cemetery as William G. Adams. Thomas died 18 Oct 1881, 41y 4m 22d.
Leads me to believe that the "G" in William is for "Gaskin", possible maiden name of William's mother?
Sorry it has taken me so long to compile this data for you.