Adelia was b. 1810 or before, probable d/o James who d.c. March 1810 in Knox Co., TN.She md. Wm. Clifton about 1830.They can be found in the 1850 census of Jefferson Co., TN, but it appears that they left in about 1870 from Sevier Co. to go to Mercer Co., MO, to join GEORGE relatives.She died on 24 June 1881, and he died on 2 Nov. 1888 (date also given as 1887), both in Mercer Co.They are buried in the Fairley (Church) Cem., which is on the west side of Hwy. 65 midway between Princeton and Mercer, MO.Wm. Clifton, b.c. 1808 (also given as ca. 1813), served in the Florida War of 1837 as well as in the 9th Reg. of TN Cav. Vol. in the Civil War.The 1911 Mercer Co. Hist. says that Wm. Clifton was "mortally injured" by a train as he crossed a trestle near the Alvord community, which is the same area as the Fairley Church.According to the census Adelia was illiterate, but she is called Delila(h) in the 1850 TN and 1880 MO censuses and her tombstone reads "Delia."This is important, as her father was almost certainly James George, whose Knox Co. will lists 14 children, 6 of them minors, of whom the last named was "Delilah."William & Adelia/Delilah's children were all but one girls, and they married into the Sellers, Underwood, Nelson, Pigg, Lovelace, Petty, Hickman, and Haggard families.There was one son, Joseph, b.c. 1853.