Thanks for writing.I am sorry that I will not be able to be of any help. Re: the Lewis/families. There are other reseachers who are far more knowledgable and indeed they have spent a number of years on these pedigrees.Just about everything that I do know, is from material that I have learned on the internet.
I can, however,share some general or common knowledge with you.There were two Lewis families in early colonial VA during the 1600's.One Lewis family arrived from England and the other, I believe from Wales. And I might have mis-spoke when I said that all of these families appear to have the same common ancestor.I believe that this is true with other families that I noted.But I might have a mixed bag of Lewis families in my database.In fact, as I looked through my own entries, it seems likely to me that I do.
One Lewis line is known as the Lewis/Warner house. I do not recall if this was the Lewis family from Wales or England.
I do believe that the first Lewis in the VA colony was Capt Hugh Lewis b c 1615 in England and then his descendants.
I believe that the Lewis/Warner family arrived a bit later from Wales.But, please, you would need to verify this.
Robert Adamsmarried Mourning Lewis on Feb 12, 1711/12 in VA.My understanding is that this is the family that is related to President John Adams.Several ADams and Lewis researchers, whose opinions seemed well supplied with documents have made this claim.
I believe that this Lewis/Adams is also related to the family of Pocahontas too, through the Lewis line. Again, you would have to research this and draw your own conclusions.There is considerable information about these families on the Pocahontas genforum. Those more knowledgeable than I am about these families would be your best bet.
The late historian Stephen Ambrose noted in his bio of Lewis and Clark expedition, 'Undaunted Courage' that the Lewis/Meriwether families married 11 timesover an span of 70 years.Actually these families went on longer than that. Keep in mind that families (with very few exceptions) married into each others lines for one hundred or more years. A two hundred year span of marriages is not uncommon.Often we descend from the same ancestor more than once.