I descend from Thomas C. Adams son of Seth Adams and Lydia Cates. I too believed that Amos Adams b. June 29, 1746, had married a Sarah Chauncey, but now have her listed as Sarah ?. Below is a portion of History of the Adams Family by Author:Henry Whittemore. Let me know what your thoughts are about this.
History of the Adams Family
Author: Henry Whittemore
Call Number: R929.2 qA214
This book includes biographical sketches of distinguished descendants of the several American ancestors, including collateral branches.
Bibliographic Information: Whittemore, Henry. History of the Adams Family. New York: Willis McDonald and Co., 1893.
REV. AMOS ADAMS, of Roxbury, Mass., the fourth in descent from Henry of Braintree, through the eldest son, Henry (2), who settled in Medfield; he married Elizabeth Paine, was killed in King Philip's war, while serving as lieutenant of a militia company; his son Henry (3), of Medfield, m. Prudence Tracy; their son, Henry (4), married Jemima Morse; they also lived in Medfield, and were the parents of the Rev. Amos Adams, who married Elizabeth Prentice, of Cambridge; their children, as far as known, were Sarah, m. Giles Richard; Elizabeth, m. Rev. John Bullard, of Pepperhill, Mass.; one daughter m. (???) Bass; Thomas, clergyman, who removed to Camden, S. C.; Joseph, the youngest child. The Rev. Amos Adams afterwards married Sarah Chauncey, but she had no children. He graduated at Harvard College in 1752, and was ordained Sept. 12, 1753. He was the fourth minister of the First Church of Roxbury, Mass., succeeding Rev. Oliver Peabody.