(a) ADAMS — ADDAMS — CREWE — NEALE:— Wanted: To trace all descendants of PHILIP ADDAMS, who married ANNE CREWE, in Marumsco, Somerset County, Maryland, in 1670. It is believed that he was a son of Thomas Addams, who came to Accomack County, Virginia, in 1636, (or, perhaps, earlier), with John Neale. PHILIP ADDAMS may possibly have had sons named, Abraham, Thomas, Sumner, Philip, and others. There was a JOHN ADAMS of Northamptonshire, England, who married ELIZABETH NEALE and they had a son THOMAS ADAMS who was born about 1616. This said THOMAS ADAMS who came with JOHN NEALE and they were probably related.
(b) LONG — MITCHELL:—Wanted: Information concerning the ancestry and descendants of the LONG and MITCHELL families. SAMUEL LONG was born in England in 1645 and married, in 1667 in Maryland, JANE MITCHELL, (who had brothers named Jeffery and George). _______ANNE LONG who was the daughter of SAMUEL LONG, married THOMAS ADDAMS, (born 1673-died 1735), who was the son of PHILIP ADDAMS and ANNE CREWE of Somerset County, Maryland. Address: Miss Katharine K. Adams, 1837 Greenleaf Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago, Ill.
ANDERSON—WILLIAMS:—Wanted: To obtain what is known of the ancestry of THOMAS ANDERSON, who died in Albemarle County, Virginia in 1758. He is believed to have been the son of ROBERT ANDERSON I and CECELIA MASSIE of Hanover and New Kent Counties, Virginia. Their daughter, SUSANNA ANDERSON married a WILLIAMS. Who was he? Address: Miss Katharine K. Adams, 1837 Greenleaf Ave., Rogers Park, Chicago, Ill.