Seach the entire Adams County website. Enter the surname that you are researching in the box below.
Shoemaker Blacksmith Shop and Sons of GAR
Photos from the Geneva Centennial Celebration 1872-1972
If anyone can identify any of the gentlemen in the photo, please contact Margie
Cemetery updates: Bunker Hill - added 20 docs, most with tombstone photos; Decatur A-Ma 24 replacement documents posted and reworked Mi listing with 217 documents
Scrapbooks: April-December 1941 - Completed (33 images indexed & transcriptions added)
The Rootsweb Adams County mail-list/message board has been archived and is not be available for posting or any type of communication, so we have created a forum/mail-list/message board for Adams County genealogy. This is the place for you to post your questions, detail your brickwalls,
post an obit, bio or interesting tidbit that might help someone else. It is also a place for you to give us some feedback about the site: what you like or find most useful, what you don't like, what you would like to see added, etc.
Email Jim Cox to join.
We want to hear from you!
Adding faces to the names of those who have served our country in the military during any conflict. Most families have a picture of grandpa in his military uniform while serving during World War II, Korea, or Vietnam. Some have more recent photos of men and women curently serving. A lucky few have treasured pictures of veterans of the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, etc. Please share those photographs of Adams County men and women who served our country in the military during times of war. Send picture with a short bio to Margie Pearce to put a face to our heroes.
We want the AdamsINGenWeb site to be as accurate and error free as possible.
Please email Margie
if you see something that needs to be corrected.
If you would like to be a volunteer coordinator for an Indiana county, please contact
Indiana State Coordinator: Lena Harper
Assistant State Coordinators are Jim Cox
and Karen Zach