Adams, Sarah Elizabeth

No picture has been found. This is a representation of Sarah Elizabeth Adams

Sarah Elizabeth Adams was born on February 26, 1849, in Talbot, Georgia, the daughter of Arlie and John Adams.

Sarah grew up and lived during the War Between the States Era.

She married first, William Clarence Lumpkin and they had six children together. She then married William John Lumpkin and they had four children together.

Sarah Elizabeth Adams died on April 24, 1924, in Talbotton, Georgia, at the age of 75, and was buried there in her hometown.

Efforts were made to obtain a picture, but none have been found at the time of this post.

To find out more about this ancestor go to Sarah Elizabeth Adams family tree page.

Although I’ve been involved in research for many years and have helped with several family history books, I do not consider myself a Genealogy expert. I am also not a professional genealogist, so, whatever you find here is probably worth about the same as what you’re paying for it.
On another note, while this site was created to help others with their family search, we do invite family historians to use it (even Northerners) if you find it helpful.
Afterall, our ancestors are from all walks of life… not just the South.

*NOTE: Remember, this section of the website is for the purpose of sharing information that I have found.
It is NOT to be thought of or used as a TRUE RESOURCE due to some discrepancies that I also found.
As with many Family History and Local History Books…You should verify the info before accepting it as a fact.
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Now, go have some fun and enjoy yourself, because family history really is fun, exciting, detective work.
And it can be filled with great blessings too!

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