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Adams is a common surname of English, Scottish, and Irish origin, meaning "son of Adam".

Adams-related family tree and history websites

  • A Kiwi Adams finding his Roots!. This RootsWeb family tree features the ancestral heritage of Graeme Adams. Focus is on the lineages of England, Ireland and Denmark; settled predominantly in the Auckland, Manawatu, Marlborough, Nelson, Otago, Taranaki, Wairarapa and Wellington provinces, NZ. Includes source citations.
  • Crystal's Genealogy: Crystal's Genealogy is a RootsWeb-hosted site with subsidiary surname family tree pages, created by Crystal Sutton Foley. Most family lines seem to be from the midwest of the United States (Indiana, Wisconsin, Ohio). Surname pages include Adams, Beaumont, Buckmaster, Core, Devenport, DeVault, Faas, Folan and Foley, Gaulke, Hineman, Hines, Johnston, King, Klingler, Kneeland, LaMere, LeMoine, McMahan, Miller, Morse, Poole, Rinehart, Santas, Schuster, Seekatz, Stayton, Stevens, Sutton, Waldsmith. Other sources/material includes Sarah Costello's stories. Sarah immigrated from Ireland in 1883 and wrote several stories about Ireland and her family's history. There is also a transcription of two documents by Robert Johnston from September 1918, one a sketch of his father's family and his siblings, who emigrated from Ireland, and the second an account of his Civil War experiences.
  • Biographies of my Ancestors. A collection of personal family biographies by Linda Rawles, along with a family tree and photos. Biographies include David Adams, born New Jersey, 1768.
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