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Family Sheet

Name: Robert Adams Note Born: 26 Feb 1793 at Congaree, , , South Carolina Married: 1823 at South Carolina, , , Died: 17 Aug 1850 at Richland County, , , South Carolina Other Spouses: Anne Elizabeth Reese
Father: Joel Adams Mother: Grace Weston
Name: Charlotte Belton Pickett Born: Abt 1805 at Chester, , , South Carolina Died: 1833 at Richland County, , , South Carolina Father: John R. Pickett Mother: Charlotte Belton
Name: Joel Belton Adams Born: Oct 1824 at Richland County, , , South Carolina Died: 2 Sep 1853 at Richland County, , ,
Name: John Pickett Adams Born: 18 Feb 1825 at Richland County, , , South Carolina Died: 4 Oct 1874 at The Forks, , Richland District, South Carolina Wife: Sylvia Poythress Goodwyn Adams
Name: James Pickett Adams Born: 2 Sep 1828 at Richland County, , , South Carolina Died: 1 Nov 1904 at Congaree, , , South Carolina Wife: Margaret Crawford Johnston
Name: Charlotte Caroline Adams Born: 3 Oct 1830 Died: Sep 1854 Husband: James Tucker Hopkins
Name: Robert Adams Born: 24 Dec 1832 at Richland County, , , South Carolina Died: 12 May 1882 at Richland County, , , South Carolina Wife: Eveline Mccord
1). Robert Adams was one of Nature s children frank, honest , generous, hospitable and without an unkind thought towar d anyone. He graduated at South Carolina College and serve d as a private in the War of 1812. Upon returning home, h e engaged in cottonplanting on an extensive scale. He is d escribed as being a very handsome man, six feet tall and a t one time weighed two hundred and eighty four pounds. Lower Richland Planters by Laura Jervey Hopkins


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