Could be related to these Adamses.There was an Isaac Adams b. 1787 in Wilkes County that married Susan Walser.His brothers were the ones that moved to Johnson County.I've seen accounts that he and Susan did move with them but nothing more than that.There was a land patent issued in Pettis County Nov 10, 1841 for Isaac Adams.Also there were several land patents issued in Lafayette County to Spencer Adams (yet another of the brothers).
The brothers who are known for sure to have moved to Johnson County were Abraham, Jacob, Spencer, and John A.If Isaac didn't move with them he'd have been the only brother not to go.Their father was Jacob Adams and their grandfather was John Hobbs Adams Sr.
John Quincy is a common name among many Adams lines and this one also had some.John A. Adams had a grandson named John Quincy Adams that lived in Knob Knoster.His father was Thomas Adams.John Quincy was born 1856 and died 1926.There was also a John Quincy Adams who was a first cousin.His father, Solomon Adams, had moved to Letcher County, Kentucky.
These Adams families tended to have large families, use the same given names over and over and often married their first cousins.Very tough to keep straight.