I have all kinds of theories, but I'll never be able to prove them. For instance, who is the female in John Adcock's house in the 1830 census who is age of 80-90? And who is the other female age 15-20? That female between 80-90 has always had me wondering if this was his mother, who was not killed at Fort Mims. Maybe she was at their home on that day with their children. But she would have been able to file for losses in the war and I've never found any Adcock other than John filing. I believe that your Catherine Adcock Sanders was named for her maternal grandmother Catherine Ezelle. I had a record of this Catherine Adcock marrying Richard Sanders in Lauderdale county, Miss. Dec 7, 1854. I was never able to find anything else on her or her descendants. All the rest left Miss. for Victoria county, Texas by 1855-56. My brick wall has been Thomas Adcock and where was he born, who were his parents and what was his wife's name? He and a brother James Adcock fought in the Rev War out of Georgia and received bounty land grants for service. The fact that both of them lived on land bounded by a John Adcock 1785 in Columbia county is also intriguing. Who and is there any relationship between them? It can get confusing.