Person:Anne Adams (8)

Watchers
Anne Adams
m. abt. 1718
  1. Richard Adamsabt 1719 - 1721
  2. Bowler Adams1722 - 1726
  3. William Adams1724 - bef 1763
  4. Col. Richard Adams, Sr.1726 - 1800
  5. Tabitha Adams1728 -
  6. Thomas Adams, of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, VAAbt 1730 - bef 1788
  7. Anne Adamsabt 1731 - 1775
  8. Sarah Adams1734 - 1775
m. 1748
  1. Francis Smith, of Piscataway, Essex, VAabt 1750 -
  2. William Smithabt 1760 - bef 1785
  3. Anne Smithabt 1762 -
Facts and Events
Name Anne Adams
Married Name Mrs. Anne Smith
Gender Female
Birth[1] abt. 1731 New Kent County, VirginiaSt. Peter's Parish
Marriage 1748 Virginiato Col. Francis Smith, of South Farnham Parish, Essex, VA
Death[1] 1775 Essex County, Virginiaage 44 -
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine.

    Vol V (1897), pp 159-164.
    GENEALOGY OF THE ADAMS FAMILY OF NEW KENT AND HENRICO COUNTIES, VA.
    Compiled by C.W. Coleman.

    Issue of Ebenezer and Tabitha (Cocke) Adams:
    ... 7. Anne, b. about 1731 ; d. 1775 [Essex Records], mentioned in her grandmother's will. She married about 1748, Col. Francis Smith, of South Farnham parish, Essex Co., member of the House of Burgesses, 1752-'58, and was his second wife. He died in 1762 [Essex Records], leaving issue by his first wife Lucy Meriwether, Col. Meriwether Smith, and two daughters ; and by his second wife, Anne Adams,
    i. Francis Smith, of "Piscataway," Essex Co., and subsequently of Georgia ; married Lucy Wilkinson, and had, with other issue, Thomas Adams Smith (b. 12 Aug., 1781 ; d. 25 June, 1844), Brig. General U.S. Army, whose eldest child, Lucy Anne Smith, (b. 11 Nov. 1812 ; d. 18 Feb., 1867), married Judge Beverly Tucker, Professor of Law in the College of William and Mary, &c.
    ii. William Smith, member of Essex Co. Committee, 1774, House of Delegates, 1778, etc.; married Mary, daughter of John and Ruth (Sydnor) Belfield, and died in 1785, leaving issue.
    iii. Anne Smith. [Essex Records.]