We have a small bit of Wm. Foree info.Your Evaline reference may help as there is some question as to whether his wife was Emaline or Evaline or even Emerine Richardson.If your Mary Evaline was named after a relative that might pin it down.
He likely had a close relative named John B. Foree and they may be brothers who married closely related Kentucky Richardson girls, while in Kentucky, as they all came to NE Missouri from Kentucky.
What I have is all available in gedcom format and the information is centered on the Turner Richardson/Elizabeth Smart lines of colonial Virginia and the Thomas Dance from Drury Lane, London, England/then colonial Virginia lines.
Notes from the Allen Richardson page:
This Allen Richardson is listed as third child of Turner Richardson, Jr. who was a sergeant in the French and Indian War and a Captain in the American Revolution and Anne Allen."They came from Fluvanna County, VA about 1787, and settled near Haydon's Station" which is in Frankfort Co., KY."Allen (1771-1818), m Elizabeth Payne, and they lived on South Benson.Their children were: a, Thomas, who went to Missouri; b, Lucy Ann, m John B. Foree, F 1834; c, Emaline orEmerine or Evaline, m William Foree." p.232 (Forks of Elkhorn Church)
paraphrasing N. R. Hall:Thomas Richardson was a merchant in LaGrange, Mo; had six children; moved to Wellington, KS about 1870.Lucy Ann married John Foree in KY and moved to Lewis Co., MO.Emaline married Wm. Foree in Ky and came to Lewis Co., MO.
Notes from Thomas Richardson, the older brother of Lucy Ann and the name somewhat disputed Emaline/Evaline and sone of Allen Richardson, Grandson of Turner Jr. and Great-grandson of Turner Richardson and Elizabeth Smart of colonial and Revolutionary War Virginia.
"Allen (1771-1818), m Elizabeth Payne, and they lived on South Benson. Their children were: a, Thomas, who went to Missouri;p.232 (Forks of Elkhorn Church);
Quoting Nathaniel Richardson Hall:Thomas Richardson, who was for many years a merchant in LaGrange, Mo., who was married to "Bate" Muldrow(?sp?), daughter of old Billy Muldrow(?sp?), and hadchildren Elizabeth, Belle, Will, Thomas, Lulu & John.All now dead but John & Tom (1901).They all moved to Wellington, KS about 1870.Allen also had two daughters, one Lucy Ann who married John Foree in Ky., and moved to this county (Lewis Co., MO) and had several children, the other Emaline married Wm. Foree in Ky and came to this county.;from an interview of N.R. Hall by Harry Middleton Hyatt conducted on July 19, 1901
We have a Charles Adams married to Lucinda Lunceford but no dates.There is a daughter listed for them named Mary Ann Adams.
There are entries for three men named WASH in the "History of Marion County, 1884":
p. 39 lists Robert Wash as a Judge of Supreme Court of the State's government from 1825-1837.
p. 181, under the heading 1832 Miscellaneous, John Wash, Sr. is listed as an ex-soldier of the Revolutionary war who was living in Marion Co., MO.
p. 181, On July 21, 1832, the first elections in Union Township, (Marion Co., MO) were held at the house of John Wash, Jr.
Perhaps Mary Ann Adams married into one of these families?
Mary Ann Adams married a John Wash III who died before 11 Dec 1855.A daughter named Lucy Akin Wash was born 15 Jan 1844 in Lewis Co.,MO and died 24 July 1898--no place listed.
Lucy Akin Wash married James William Young born 15 Oct 1840 in Marion Co., MO and possible died in Hannibal, MO. Another Account cites his date of death as November 02, 1862, but must be in error because he is listed as living in 1895: Portrait and Biographical Record - U.S. of Marion, Ralls, and Pike Counties MISSOURI
**Unless he had a Jr. son who was an adult listed in 1895) need to see this source ourselves sometime if possible!**
Prominent and Representative Citizens of the Counties(1895)
"The eldest son, James W., now of Hannibal, is Captain of the "Henry Reed" raft, and has been engaged in boating since his youth;"
They had a daughter Margaret Young, born 22 Jan 1869.
That is where myCharles Adams line info ends.
We also have a line starting at an Ezekiel Adams only known born "before 1855"and married to Lucy Catherine Maggard only known born before 1860. They have a daughter Winefred Viola "Winnie" Adams born 13 April 1871 in Lewis County and died in Fulton Missouri. Winnie died in the state hospital at Fulton, Mo suffering from a lack of sufficient blood circulation to the brain causing her to be difficult tocontrol.She would not take the medication for the problem thus had tobe hospitalized.She died the same day that her husband was buried,exactly one week apart. She married a John Carter Richardson of Lewis County and we have extensive info down from that line.
Ezekiel and Lucy Catherine Maggard Adams also had a daughter named Florence who may have been younger than Winefred.
Presently there are Adams relatives in Keokuk, IA from another Adams Richardson marriage on 11 Dec 1944 between a Dorothy Carlene Richardson and Wayne G. Adams son of Ira Douglas Adams.They had 3 sons named Donald Wayne, Jon Douglas and David Leslie.
Hope something of this links in for you.