Pitman Adams (1808-1837) born in VA, died in Robertson County, TN. Mary Stone (1807-1880) born in NC, died in Hickman Countyy, KY, Mary Stone was married first to Pittman Adams, and thensecond to Henry Bradberry. Mary Stone was the daughter of Joseph Stone and Elizabeth Teague of NC.
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My husband's great-great grandmother was Nancy Adams, daughter of Pittman Adams and Mary Stone, who claimed to be a descendent of John Adams or John Quincy Adams. The family came to Kentucky from Virginia via Tennessee. Below is a bit of information on Nancy and her husband Squire Anderson Clark. Squire Anderson Clark Birth Date: 1826 Birth Place: Tennessee Death Date: 17 Jan 1880 Death Place: Clinton, Kentucky
Spouse: Nancy Verjane Adams Birth Date: 1830 Birth Place: Todd Cty, KY Death Date: 21 Aug 1919 Death Place: Clinton, KY Education: Old Seminary, Clinton, KY
Dictated by Nancy Verjane Clark to her daughter Ada Alice Clark Blalock.
My Grandfather's name was Joseph Stone, born in North Carolina.My grandmother's name was Elizabeth Teague,born in Germany, came to America and settled in North Carolina. They had five children Enoch, Thomas, Annie, Elizabeth and Mary. Mary was my mother. When my mother (Mary Stone) was nine years old, the family came by land across the Blue Ridge Mountains and settled in Robertson County, Tennessee.
My father's name was Pitman Adams, who was born in Virgina and was a great nephew of John Adams. At an early age his parents moved to Robertson County, Tennessee. Pitman Adams was born in 1808. Mary Stone was born in 1807. They were married in 1825. They moved to Todd County, KY. Children of the union were Susan, Nancy, Matilda, William Pitman, and James Thomas. They returned to Robertson County, TN in 1837. Pitman died in 1837 and was buried in Robertson County, TN at the old Johnson Graveyard near Red River. (Pitman's father may have been named Rowland or Rowen)
We lived there five years then came to the Purchase (Jackson Purchase, lower SE Corner, Hickman County, KY) We first went to Obion County where we lived only six months, then we returned to Clinton, KY and settled right where my home stands. I received all my education at the first Old Seminary.
I was married to Squire Anderson Clark on February 19, 1846. The parents of Squire Clark were George and Susan Clark, both of Virginia. They (George and Susan Clark) came to Hickman County in 1845 and bought the place where my mother lived and the place has remained in the family ever since.
I was married two miles in the country by Rev. Frank Bone. Twelve children were born of the union.