I am not that organized yet. That may take time. Solomon Adams son Horatio is a doctor and his wife Anne Bethune Dunkin is from a number of quite interesting familys if you are interested. She is easy to find using Advanced search on Google. (As are the Henry Adams' if you use the women in their life. ) There are also connections to Ames and others.
However, right now, I am trying to find out if the 50 some odd entrys on Ancestry.Com for Martha Streetholt, Husband George. which make George of Watertown George Junior and Henry of the presidential lines nephew,,, whew are correct. That is the Andrew Adams argument, ie, William Adams had four sons, Ambrose, John, Henry and George with the latter two 10 years after the first. The really hard part comes because William's wife is Ms. Bollington or Borrington. No first name, dates, nada...And it all takes place overseas.Hmmm.
In all the arguments, there is the reference to the West Indies. Now, almost all the web entries on Ancestry.com give a family search at the Family History Library as their reference for the Andrew Adams argument. I went to the Church of Latter Day Saints site and did a family search in the internet available Family History Library and probably could not do it right. 'Cause I got nada...
But, it seems to me that it would be really interesting to see if the proof these people are referring to is the Andrew Adams Genealogy, the Parson's, Lou Adams or something else. What really peaks my interest on this is that the Family History Library references seem to post the date of the reference as late 90's which suggest it may even be G. Gardner Glynn's book. I don't know. But I feel that further investigation in this direction may prove useful.
Sorry to be so long again, but after taking so long to get back past Solomon, and then one day to get past George do to the excellent documentation, I would really like to run back further. It seems that there are varying claims and it would be interesting to see if they had been settled recently.