I'm looking for descendants and/or ancestors of an Irish family of Adamses that immigrated to Connecticut in the mid 1800s. The parents of the generation that immigrated were Samuel Adams and Elizabeth Backard/Blacker? from County Armagh, N. Ireland.This Samuel Adams was born probably between 1800-1810 and immigrated in 1856 to join his children in America. Samuel Adams and Elizabeth Backard/Blacker's children were Mary Adams (who married a Bartman)b. 1828, Sarah Adams, Bridget Adams, Bessie Adams, Isabella Adams, William Adams, Robert Adams, John Adams, Mary Adams, and Samuel Adams b. 1837 or 1838.All of these Adamses were born in Mullavilly, Armagh, N. Ireland. This last Samuel Adams (b. 1837/8) immigrated to the US in around 1854, lived briefly in St. Joseph, Michigan and then settled in Deep River/Saybrook, CT.He married Bridget Tobin (b. 1836 in Manchester, UK to Irish parents from Tipperary).Samuel and Bridget Adams' children born in the US (all CT, presumably all in Deep River/Saybrook)were Richard I. Adams (b. 1863), Samuel Adams (b. 1865), Elizabeth Adams (b. 1867), Mary Ann Adams (b. 1871), Isabell Adams (b. 1872), David Adams (b. 1875), William Adams (b. 1878), and Patrick Adams (b. 1879).Of this generation, I only know that Samuel Adams (b. 1865) married Mary Deluhry, Isabell Adams (b. 1872) married a Peter J. Dewan, and David Adams (b. 1875- my ancestor) married a Margaret Kelly (b. 1879 Brooklyn NY). These Adamses were Catholic and as far as I know they stayed in Connecticut (the American born children of Samuel and Bridget that is).They are probably connected with a Mullavilly family of Adams of Ballylisk and Brackagh townlands that were of Quaker origin. So, if anyone has more info on these people, their descendants, or ancestors, I would greatly appreciate it.I don't have much more info than this (I only posted the older generations known), but would be happy to share what I have.