The parents of Elizabeth were John Adams and Elizabeth (last name unknown). John was born about 1633 at Plymouth Colony. He died in 1703 in Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. I don't have any information about Elizabeth other than she would have died after 1712 in New Jersey. Listed below are notes about John Adams.
John Adams was born at least by 1633, since he was presumably 21 years old or older , when in 1654, he sold a tract inherited from his father. On 27 December of the same year, he married Jane James of Marshfield, Massachusetts. By 1666, he had relocated from Marshfield to Flushing, New York, as a deed recorded in Marshfield identified him as Capt. John Adams of Flushing. About the same time, he converted to Quakerism and became a minister within that church. It is not clear if his title of "Captain" was civil or military. But a question is raised, as the Quakers are pacificists, and would not have accepted a military officer into their ranks. In West Jersey, John was active in civil affairs, serving from 1695 until his death in 1703 as a justice of the peace and as a delegate for Burlington County in the West Jersey Legislature in 1697. He died between 18 January 1702/3, when he witnessed the marriage of Henry Allen, a brother of Esther Allen Adams, and 5 February 1703/4, the probate of his will, which was written 19 March 1699. He was survived by at least nine and possibly twelve of his fifteen children, as well as his wife Elizabeth.
The parents of John Adams were John Adams and Elinor Worden.
John was born 7 Aug 1595 at Wapping, Stepney Parish, East London, England. He died 11 Nov 1633 at Plymouth Colony. Listed below are notes about John Adams.
John Adams of Plymouth, one of the first comers, arrived at Plymouth on the good ship "Fortune" on 9 November 1621. He was a carpenter by trade, and was a "stranger" in the colony, in that he may not have been a part of the original separatist group from Holland. He married Elinor Worden Newton, as the sagacity of Judge Davis presumed, for she came in the ship "Anne" in 1623, and was probably the only female north of Chesapeak Bay with such a baptized name. Records show that John, Elinor and their first born son, James, were given cattle during the cattle division of 1627.John died from a fever epidemic in October 1633 leaving his wife and children, James, John, and Susanna. His widow took inventory of his property on 23 October 1633. John was on the 1633 tax list, and Elinor was on the 1634 tax list. The widow married on the following 2 June, Kenelm Winslow, younger brother of Edward Winslow.
Genealogical Survey of New England Settlers:
Plymouth Colony: Its History and People
John Adams was admitted as a freeman sometime beween 1 January 1632/33 and October 1633.
Elinor Worden was born about 1596 of Clayton, Lancashier, England. She was the daughter of Peter Worden and Mary. Listed below are some notes about Elinor.
Mrs. Eleanor Newton, widow of John Newton in england, arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts aboard the "Anne" on July 10, 1623. She was allocated a one acre plot in the colony; the description is as follows: "This goeth in with a corner by ye pond". The colony's Division of Cattle in 1627 listed the John Adams household as including Eliner Adams and James Adams.
The ship "Anne" arrived in Plymouth in July 1623, having first put in at Virginia, accompanied by the "Little James", bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden, when the Mayflower departed in 1620.
I hope this information is helpful. I would be interested in receiving any specific information about your Elizabeth as I don not have any dates for her.