In case you are still looking, I will enter information from one of my books.However, THERE ARE MANY ERRORS in the book, so take it with "two grains of salt;" not just one, as I uaually tell people.From "Colonial Families of the Southern States of America" by Stella Pickett Hardy, 1911:
"Richard Adams of Abridge, Essex Co., England, citizen and merchant tailor, of London, executed a deed of trust, Sept. 23, 1718, for the use of his wife and children; made will Oct 7, 1719; administration granted to his widow in 1720; m. Anne, surname unknown, who as Anne Adams, of Hest Ham, Essex Co., England, made will Oct. 8, 1734."Issue (among others)Ebenezar, (probably born late 1600s.
"Ebenezar Adams, of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA, b. in England; d. June 13, 1735, in Virginia; came to the Colony in the early 18th century; in the year of 1714 he received a grant of land for 3,980 acres in New Kent and Henrico Cos.; prominent in affairs of both Church and State; was a Vestryman of St. Peter's Parish; m. 1718, Tabitha Cocke, dau. of Richard and Anne (Bowler) Cocke, of Bremo, Henrico Co., VA."
Last child listed is "Sarah, m. Col. John Fry, of Albemarle Co., VA, and had issue, untraced (by this author).
I believe a Fry was associated with the Jefferson family, who also lived in Albemarle County.