Cornelia,I am sorry that I am so late in answering. But . . . I will send part of the somewhat sketchy info in my possession.
I do not know where Carter Adcock and Aunt Dely Railey Adcock are buried.If I had to guess I would say within a mile or so radius of the confluence of North and South Sycamore Creeks forms "Big" Sycamore . . . Where the "Blue Hole" once was.
CARTER ADCOCK (Aae) was born was in Virginia in 1800 (D24339) and died in late 1881 or early 1882.He was married to Delia “Dolly” Railey in Sumner County, (probably near Bethpage) Tennessee on October 9, 1817 (025). Carter out lived his wife and two of his sons, Albert and Robert.
Four Railey women were married in Sumner County, Tennessee in the early 1800's. The first, Elizabeth Railey, was married to Joseph Waller onNovember 24, 1804 by Samuel Moore, BM; the second, Melberry Railey, was married to Henry Hoover on June 8, 1809 by John Mitchell, BM; the third, Dolly Railey, was married to Carter Adcock on October 9, 1817 by Isaac Pearis, BM; (Based on the 1850 Davidson County Census, Dolly was born in 1804 and therefore would have only been 13 years old at the time of marriage, if that date is correct. Deliah "Dolly" Railey and Carter Adcock were later located in the Sycamore Creek Basin and were the ancestors of many of the inhabitants of that area), and last, Judith Railey, was married to John Moody on October 2, 1828 by John Woodall, BM (25-10,17, 72). Could this Judith have been the daughter of Judith House Railey?Could these women have been daughters of Henry Raile (sic)?
I believe that Dolly was a sister to Morris and Samuel Railey.Samuel's second wife was, Mariah Adcock who I believe is the daughter of John A. Adcock (1758). In Samuel's household in the 1850 Census was a Kissiah Wheeler of VA born in 1750 and I believe her to be Sally's mother. What do you think?