Mary Ann Dandridge Young married on March 28, 1824 inNorfolk, Virginia [at Christ Church?] William Clements Adams(born 1796) of Surry County, Virginia. He was the son of WilliamAdams and Hannah, daughter of John Judkins of Surry. [But I think that you are correct about her being Hannah Presson!!!] William C.Adams, an overseer, died in the morning of September 9, 1873 "inthe hope of rest eternal." The Rev. William Wicks [Weeks]performed the ceremony. According to the return address of aletter from Mary A.D. Young Adams to her daughter, the couplelived near Cabin Point, Surry County, Virginia. Mary AnnDandridge Young Adams died on February 14 (some notes sayFebruary 15), 1853 at the age of 55. They had issue: 1. Margaret Hannah Adams, [named for the two grandmothers?] born August 23, 1825 between the hours of 8 and 9, and died on August 21, 1826. 2. Sarah Jane Adams, born February 4, 1828, and died August 3, 1829. 3. William Antony [Anthony?] Adams, born March 25, 1837 and baptized by the Rev. Mr. Northam. He "had the measles and the whooping cough in 1843." 4. Mary Anne Elizabeth Baker Adams, of whom we shall write later. 5. Henry Wingfield Adams, of whom we shall write later. 6. Margaret Wingfield Adams, of whom we shall write later.