I am trying to either prove or disprove whether I am linked with this family. I found this on a web page and I'm hoping that someone will know more about them. According to Laura Beth Duffy, "Lydia Adams was a full Shawnee from the mouth of the Youghiogheny River. She and her husband Samuel D. Adams were siad to have had several children, but we only have information on one daughter Ann Jane Adams b. Indiana County 20 November 1836. Nine year old Ann Jane was but in a small straw strewn foom to match her mother (Lydia) and sister die in 1845 of smallpox. They were buried where Union Station now stands in Pittsburgh PA. The Historical Society, and Methodist Church verified it had been a Methodist Burial Ground, but there are no records. The family was told the burial ground had been dug up and used for gravel along the rairoad tracks. Then according to a newspaper article in 1902, the bones had been ground up and used as mortar in the walls of the Station. My research for Lydia and her two daughters eventual resting place has disconted the horror stories. And I hope researching records of the reburials will lead us to the names of Lydia's other daughters, and her Shawnee family." My great great great grandmother, Nancy Adams was born October 6, 1807/8 in Indiana Co PA, her parents are unknown, I suspect she is a sister or the oldest daughter of Lydia and Samuel. Any information would be greatly apprecitated.Thanks.