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Biography: Alfred Newton Adams born July 17, 1831

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ALFRED NEWTON ADAMS

BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY

(1831-1901)

Tallapoosa County, Alabama

Alfred Newton Adams was a physician, born July 17, 1831, in East Alabama, and died December 13, 1901, at Dadeville. He was educated for a physician, and practiced his entire life in Dadeville. He was a Democrat, a Mason and a Baptist.


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Dr. Adams married in 1854, at Dadeville, to Mary J. Lamb.

 

Their children:

  1. Mrs. George Ramer, Atlanta;
  2. A. L. Adams, Dadeville;
  3. Mrs. Julia (Adams) Brown, Dadeville;
  4. Mrs. John Murth, Frost, Texas.

 

Dr. Adams is buried in Dadeville City Cemetery in Tallapoosa County, Alabama.

 

SOURCES

  1. findagrave.com Memorial# 54801042
  2. History of Alabama and dictionary of Alabama biography, Volume 3 By Thomas McAdory Owen, Marie Bankhead Owen

 

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One comment

  1. Sharon Hawkins

    That’s why its so hard to research my Alabama ancestors. They come from Quincey, Alabama in Coosa County I believe and later moved to Tallapoosa. However there are so many Adams in that area that it is hard to weed out his descendants from others. My ancestor was Samuel G. Adams from Walton County, GA.

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