Patricia, I have been looking at this info as my line is William G and Sarah Green, son Rueban Z. I have that on Rueban Death Certificate. Apparently there is confusion on William G and D from the info on Choctaw County Gen Web Census Transcripts.I believe the William that everyone is using as Isaac Son, BD is incorrect. William G would be born about 1820, the one born abt 1836 would be his son.I have more census data but this may help. I have found Ruban in Wayne County, MS in 1880, Washington Co, AL by 1889 again. (Choctaw County was formed from Washington and Sumter, Al) we have found Sarah A Green and the Children in Newton County ,MS 1870 William G mayhave died by then. So, Far that isall I have found and Feel that the James and Martha in William G House of 1850 is his Brother James and wife Martha Gray son of Isaac. So, Is James H maybe James Henderson son of Godrey? Maybe. I hope this helps you some in where to look in MS. DJ
1850 Choctaw County, AL Census from Images
#667 Isaac Adams 55 SC Planter Susan 47 TN Godfrey 22 m AL Nancy 21 f AL Jane 15 f AL Lucinda 12 f AL
Isaac...Susan...Nancy...Lucretia J and Isaac M. Adamsare living in the home of John B. & Elizabeth CAMPBELL and their children.
Isaac and Susan's son GODFREY ADAMS (has appeared to have married).Godfrey & Martha Adams are living in WASHINGTON Co. Al with the KOEN family (probally her parents I would guess).
William G. and Sarah A. Adams are in Choctaw with children: Newton J., Abigail, James R. and Sally F., William E. and Lucy A. Wilkins 57 of Ga. SO, who are the WIlkins and Campbells relationships? Sarah Green Family maybe? Susan Family?