They were my GGGrandparents as well through their son, Samuel Henry Adcock, and his son, James Daniel Adcock who was my mother's father.The following info is from Greg Adcock's genealogy work.I found it on the web.There is no indication that Sam married twice.
----------------------------- VIII. Sam Adcock Sam is believed to have been living with the John Adcock family(Around 1820 when the 1820 census was taken) In the spring of 1823 a wagon train moved out of Anderson South Carolina headed for Green county(Eutaw, Alabama) Sam Adcock, who was 18 years old at the time was on this Wagon train along with The Brezeale family, the Fielder Family, the Collins family and the Gilmore family. It is belived that he was traveling with his brother John. Sam Adcock and his nephew John Washington Adcock eventually married 2 of The Brezeale sisters who were in this wagon train from South Carolina.
Page #17 Joseph Adcock's Family Line (Continued) Joseph Adcock-John Adcock NOTE: John is a 3rd generation Adcock. His children are in the 4th generation of Adcocks. Sam (Continued) Sam Adcock(His full name was Samuel C. Adcock) was born in 1805 in Smith County(Carthage, Tennessee) He married Hulda Brezeale on September 23, 1830 in Green County(Alabama). Hulda Brezeal was born in 1815 in Anderson South Carolina. At the time of marriage he was 25 and she was 15. Court house records in Green county reflect that Sam and Hulda Adcock and John and Cynthia Adcock sold land in Green County on December 7, 1836. At this point Sam Adcock and his family and John and Cynthia Adcock moved to Kemper County(Dekalb, Mississippi) They were picked up on the tax rolls in 1837. They were in Alabama for about 13 years. Sometime between 1850 and 1854 Sam and Hulda Adcock moved to Neshoba County. In 1860 their post office was Hills Bluff. Sam and Hulda made their home in Neshoba county near the area known as Kea's Chapel until their deaths. Hulda died on May 23, 1879. Sam died on August 15, 1888. Both Sam and Hulda are buried in the Old Rattletrap Cemetery in Neshoba County near Mars Hill. Sam and Hulda Adcock had 6 sons and 5 daughters: NOTE: According to information I received from Wesley Wall the John Adcock who was married to one of the Brezeale sisters is a brother to Thomas J. Adcock (My great great grandfather) Wesley Wall received this information from Richard Foster (email@example.com) Richard reported that he got his information out of a book in the Texas state archives, but he did not remember the name or the author.