ADAMS ALEX., White Eyes township, farmer, born in 1847, in this township, the son of JOHN ADAMS and JANE (MCCULLOUGH) ADAMS, who were both natives of Ireland, and came to this country in 1832, and settled in Keene township. They then moved upon eighty acres he entered in White Eyes, and subsequently bought the CASSADY place, where he now resides. August 9, 1877, ALEXANDER ADAMS married MARGARET CUTSHALL of Crawford township, the daughter of JOHN CUTSHALL. They lived on the MCBRATNEY place one year, next moved to George county, Nebraska, where MR. ADAMS entered a quarter-section. After living on that one year, he sold it and bought eighty acres near the same place, on which he lived seven months, and then returned to White Eyes, where he now resides. They have one child, JENNIE ROSALIE, born July 22, 1878.
History of Coshocton County, Ohio: its past and present, 1740-1881. Newark, Ohio: A. A. Graham & Co., 1881