'Adams09'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Adams of Hadley, Adams of Great Chatwell, Adams of New Jenkins, Adams of Shrewsbury

"descended from the Pembrokeshire family of that name (that on Adams01?), through the cadet branch settled at Loveston, which estate his ancestor, George Adams, alienated to Sir Roger Lord, about 1660" was ...
James Adams of New Jenkins, Essex ("Clerk of the Royal Stables to George II (1727-60)")
m. Mary Spicer (sister of Ralph de Lalo Spicer of New Jenkins)
1. ?? Adams of New Jenkins had issue
2. Patience Thomas Adams of Bushey Grove (bpt 19.08/09.1736, d 02.05.1793) the first mentioned by MGH
  m. (18.08.1761) Martha Marsh (b 06.06.1741, d 19.02.1795, dau of Thomas Marsh of London)
  Cockayne ends showing Patience & Martha as parents of 4 sons (Charles (b 25.09.1766, d 29.04.1779, 3rd son) plus 3 other sons (a 1795), 1 daughter (a 1795) + 5 others (dvm). We find that surprising as he could easily have mentioned his own father!
  A. William Adams of (Eastley End in) Thorpe (Surrey) & Dummer Grange (Hampshire) (b 13.01.1772, d 11.06.1851) the first mentioned by BP1934
  m1. Sarah Scott (b 30.04.1786, dsp 03.02.1806, dau of Rev. Thomas Scott of King's Stanley)
  m2. (06.04.1811) Mary Anne Cockayne (b 11.12.1781, dau/coheir of William Cockayne)
  i. George Edward Adams, later Cockayne of Exeter House (b 29.04.1825, d 06.08.1911, Clarenceux King-at-Arms, 4th son) had issue
  This was the famous genealogist GE Cockayne, author of 'The Complete Peerage' (TCP) and 'The Complete Baronetage' (TCB).
  m. (02.12.1856) Mary Dorothea Gibbs (d 11.03.1906, dau of George Henry Gibbs of Aldenham)
  Their eldest surviving son became 1st Baron Cullen of Ashbourne.
  ii.+ other issue - William Cockayne, Borlase Hill, Henry Willoughby, Barbara Margaretta, Georgiana Catherine, Louisa Anne, Eliza
  B. Elizabeth Adams (b 05.10.1779, d 17.03.1862)
  m. (04.06.1808) John Payne (b c1779, d 30.12.1812)
  C.+ other issue - James (b c1762, d 12.12.1831, Rector of Chastleton, had issue), Thomas (b 1763-4, dspm 19.07.1817), Charles (b 25.09.1766, d 29.04.1779), Henry (b c1771, dsp 03.02.1852, Rector of Bardwell)



BLG1862 suggests that the following family "is a younger branch of the ancient and worshipful house of Adams of Longdon" which we show on Adams02.
Richard Adams of Great Chatwell (Gnosall, Staffordshire), later of Hadley, Salop (a 1681)
1. William Adams
  A. Robert Adams of Great Chatwell
  B. John Adams of Hadley, Mayor of Shrewsbury (b 1675, d 1752)
m. (1705) Elizabeth Jorden (dau of Edward Jorden of Prior's Leigh, Sheriff of Shropshire)
  i. William Adams (b 1706, d 13.01.1789, Master of Pembroke College, Archdeacon of llandaff)
  m. (12.01.1742) Sarah Hunt (dau of Thomas Hunt of Boreatton)
  a. Thomas Adams (d infant)
  b. Sarah Adams (b 28.03.1746, dsp 06.1804)
m. (10.07.1788) Benjamin Hyett of Painswick House (d 21.06.1810)
  ii. John Adams of Shrewsbury (d 1777)
  m. Grace Cay (dau of John Cay (Judge of the Marshalsea), brother of Robert of Charlton House)
  a. Henry Cay Adams of Shrewsbury (b 26.12.1762, d 28.11.1808. cleric)
  m. (30.04.1793) Frances Marston (dau of Richard Marston of Willenhall by Barbara, dau of Thomas Kirby of Bamborough Grange)
  (1) William Henry Adams, later Hyett of Painswick House, Gloucestershire (b 02.09.1795, d 10.03.1877, MP) had issue
  m. (25.10.1821) Anne Jane Biscoe (d 12.10.1885, dau of John Seymour Biscoe of Hempsted Court)
  (2) John Adams (d unm 07.1821, cleric)
  (3) Sarah Adams (d 16.09.1824)
  m. James Woodbridge Walters of Barnwood House
(4) Mary Clementina Adams (dsp 03.06.1831)
  m. Samuel M. Barrett of Carlton Hall (MP)
  b.+ other issue
  iii. Henry Adams
  m. Susanna Green (sister of Rev. Crispus Green of Colchester)
  iv. Elizabeth Adams (d unm)
  v. Catherine Adams
  m. Rev. Rowland Hunt @@ see here @@
  vi. Mary Adams
  m. G. Jorden of Tinterne
  vii. Sarah Adams
  m. _ Woodford
  C. Thomas Adams of Hadley

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (originally uploaded to a Temporary page on 07.01.20, reviewed 19.11.20 with MGH) : 'Some Notice of Various Families of the Name of Marsh' (G.E. Cockayne, 1900, 'Marsh of Wigan co. Lancaster, of Dorking co. Surrey, and of London', p24+), MGH (NS3, vol 1 (1896, #7, September 1895), 'Pedigree of Scott', p206) with a little support from BP1934 ('Cullen of Ashbourne')
(2) For lower section : BLG1862 ('Hyett of Paiswick'), BLG1952 ('Hyett of Painswick House')
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