Person:Adoniram Wells (1)

Watchers
  1. Jason B. Wells1817 - 1896
  2. Adoniram Judson Wells1832 - 1911
  3. Alfred Matthew Wells1834 - 1918
  4. Arcenal Tyler WellsAbt 1838 - 1844
  5. Elias S. Wells - 1843
  6. Juliaette Wells - 1843
  7. Sophronia Wells - 1900
m. 6 Jun 1854
  1. Freemont Charles Wells1858 - 1933
Facts and Events
Name Adoniram Judson Wells
Gender Male
Birth[1] 23 Mar 1832 DeRuyter, Madison, New York, United States
Marriage 6 Jun 1854 to Adelaide Utter
Death[1] 23 Oct 1911 Milton, Rock, Wisconsin, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    71:23:734, December 4, 1911.

    Adoniram Judson Wells was born in DeRuyter, N. Y., March 23, 1832, and died at his home in Milton, Wis., October 23, 1911.
    He was one of the twelve children of Matthew and Weltha Burdick Wells, the only survivor now being Alfred M. Wells of Nortonville, Kan. At DeRuyter Institute he met Adelaide Utter, to whom he was married June 6, 1854. Of their seven children the three daughters have passed away. The four sons are all living. There are seven grandchildren.
    Mr. Wells experienced religion when a boy of twelve under the preaching of Elder Alexander Campbell, and was baptized into the fellowship of the DeRuyter Seventh-day Baptist Church. For many years he was a member of the Berlin (Wis.) Church, then at Milton Junction, and in the closing years of his life at Milton. He had the joy of seeing all of his children in the fold of Christ.
    He enlisted in 1862 in the Thirty-second Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, and served through the war, being with Sherman in his march to the sea. He has been a lifelong soldier of King Jesus, willing to do his part as he saw it.
    Services were held in the Seventh-day Baptist church, October 26. Pastor Randolph's text was John iv, 38. L. C. R.

  2.   The Milton Junction Telephone
    October 26, 1911.

    A. Judson Wells died Monday afternoon, after a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Wells was a veteran of the Civil War having served in the Thirty-Second Wisconsin regiment, of which Col. George A. Peck of Chicago was a member.
    The deceased had been a resident of this village for many years and was highly respected as a citizen and as a neighbor. Since retiring from active business an affection of the heart had been gradually sapping his vitality and for some time he had been quite feeble. He was 79 years of age.
    Left to mourn his loss are an aged wife and four sons; Dr. W. B. Wells, of Riverside, Cal.; F. C. Wells, Battle Creek, Mich.; and F. J. and W. S. Wells of Milton.
    The funeral services were held this afternoon from the Milton S. D. B. church, Rev. L. C. Randolph, officiating. The G. A. R. and W. R. C. attended the funeral in a body and the former conducted the services at the grave. Interment was made at Milton cemetery.