Okay, here goes..a continued story......Two of Johns gradnsons, Elisha & Billy (known as Black Bill) their sister and mother settled in Attala County Mississippi. In 1830 Sam Adcock married Hulda Breazeale, French descent, she was born 1815 at Anderson, South Carolina.Sam Adcock was born in 1805 in Smith Co. TN.Sam & his sister Nancy, who married Sam Tindel in Georgia about 1827, left Alabama about 1846 or 1847 and moved to Kemper Co., MS.Then about 1856 they moved to Neshoba Co., MS.Sam's sister Nancy was born in 1781 in Virginia and died in Montgomery Co., MS about 1885.She is burried in Attala County near Koscuiske MS., in the Woodall Cemetery.She lived to be 104 years old.Her husband, Sam was born in GA, died July 26, 1866 in Neshoba Co. He is buried near the William Tendel place.He also served in the war of 1812.
Sam Adcock died on Aug. 15, 1888 and is buried in the Old Rattletrap Cemetery, Neshoba Co., MS.His wife Hulda died May 23, 1879 and is buried there also.Sam Adcocks Children were:Jim Adcock married to a Woodall girl. George Adcock also married a Woodall.John Adcock married into the Currie family.Sam Adcock married -----Summerland.Terrell Adcock married into the Pope family.William Adcock married Frona Clementine Fielder, born Oct. 30, 1826 in Alabama.She died April 5, 1910. William died April 5 1894 and is buried at Bethel Church in Leak County, MS. When the war broke out, William W. Adcock went into the Army.He was in the PVT Company G. 40th Mississippi Infantry Confederate States Army.He enlisted in Meshoba County.It was known as the Dixie Rangers and was organised April 27, 1862.The Captain of the Company was M.S. Latimer.
Tenson Adcock never left Georgia, but one of his sons, Henry moved to Neshoba County Mississippi.Henry's children are Wash Adcock, Elmer Adcock (lived in California) Billy Adcock and Volly Adcock, both of Dandendle Arkansas.