I stumbled across your query because I, too, have family ties to Old Wethersfield, Connecticut.One of my direct Wethersfield lines goes back to Peter Blin.Early Blin and Adams families connected through marriage and so, of course, I recognized the names you mentioned.The Old Wethersfield Burial Ground is full of Demings and yet the Deming family is not included in The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Vol. II.
The Adams genealogy published in the above-mentioned volume was "furnished by Mr. Benjamin Adams, A.M., formerly of Weth., now of Brooklyn, N.Y."
Your line. . . .
Family 1: ADAMS, Benjamin, in abt. 1690, he m. Elizabeth (dau. of Thomas & Hannah CROW) DICKINSON of Weth.He d. 28 Jan., 1712-13 "between the break of day and sunrise."
She died abt. 1725.
Family 2: ADAMS, Amasa (Benjamin 1), b. 1708; bp. 3 Aug., 1708; chose as his guardian his uncle Eben Dickinson, of Weth., 3 Aug. 1725; m. 16 mch., 1731-2, Hannah CAMP, dau. of Joseph Camp of Htfd. and gd-dau. of John & Mary (SANFORD) Camp.He died 6 July, 1790.Wid. Hannah d. 28 Sept., 1798.
Family 3: ADAMS, Benjamin (Amasa 2, Benjamin 1), b. 1 Dec., 1735; m. 5 Feb., 1761, Patience (dau. William & Thankful NOTT) BLINN, of Weth.He died 27 Nov., 1816.Widow d. 26 Oct., 1818.
Family 9: ADAMS, William (Benjamin 3, Amasa 2, Benjamin 1), b. 18 Feb., bp. 7 Mch., 1779; m. 25 Nov., 1801, Mary (dau. Elijah & Sarah BALCH) WELLES, of Weth.He died 28 Nov., 1852; wid. d. 23 Aug., 1854.
Family 10: ADAMS, Emily (William 4, Benjamin 3, Amasa 2, Benjamin 1), b. 30 Oct., 1816; m. 19 Sept., 1837, Franklin W. GRISWOLD, b. 28 Mch., 1815, d. at Weth. 21 Dec., 1886.
That's all for now; I'm getting cross-eyed from copying all this fine print. Hope I haven't made any errors.You should purchase a copy of the book because it is loaded with interesting details.
I will email a photograph of the Amasa Adams house in Wethersfield.Also the William Blinn house.You are directly connected to my ancester, William Blinn (son of Peter Blin, joiner, famous for his "Sunflower" chests, examples of which can be found in museums).You are a descendant of William's second wife, Thankful Nott.
To be continued.