Hello Cathy. I am a Barbadian historian researching the Adams family. It is interesting to know that a Lieutenant George ADAMS was the owner of a plantation in St Michael of over 100 acres. There are a number of deeds referring to him in the 1640's. Interestigly, in Hall's Laqws there isw areference to an act passed in 1648 cofirming an estate to John Cleaver, his wife, and the children of Lieutenant George Adams, according to his last will, and it was arbitrated by Mr John Price, between Conrad Streetholdt and the children. I have seen no evidence ofr the will in Barbados. In Streetholdt's will of 1648, filede in 1650 mention is made of Captain Adams, and of his widow Catherine. Catherine was certainly the mother of Conrade Adams1, who was clearly named after Streetholdt. She in turn married the nephew of Conrade Streeholdt, Henry Cleaver11, son of Henry Cleaver 1, the first husband of Miilisaint Cleaver. I believe Lieutenant George Adams and Captain Adams are the same person.If he was marriede to Martha Streetholdt it would explain a great deal. What is the source of the Adama-Streetholdt marriage?