Sarah (Gardner) Adams
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Sarah B. (Gardner) Adams (1813 - 1876)

Sarah B. Adams formerly Gardner aka Gailbreath
Born in Tennessee, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 8 Feb 1828 in Morgan, Illinois, United Statesmap
Wife of — married 29 Jun 1863 in Auburn, Placer, California, United Statesmap
Died in Auburn, Placer, California, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 25 Dec 2020
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Biography

Sarah was born about 1813. She was the daughter of Unknown Gardner. She passed away in 1876 in Auburn, California. Married Joseph Gailbreath in Morgan Illinois 1828 at age of 14 years 3 months, he was 46. Marriage was after giving birth to first child on Nov. 1827. So....conceived first child at 13 years, 3 months of age. He passed and she married Samuel Adams in Auburn California on June 28 1863. Traveled with her daughters, Anna and Narcissa, and Narcissa husband Thomas Townsend and brother Charles in 1852 from Illinois with his family to California.

ADAMS, SARAH GALBREATH Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-29-1876 Died

At Pino (currently Loomis), July 1, 1876, of cancer, Sarah Adams, wife of Samuel Adams, aged 72 years, 7 months, and 27 days. Mrs. Adams was twice married, her former husband being the late Joseph Galbreath. Coming to California in 1852, she takes rank as a pioneer. She had resided in Placer County from her arrival in the state and was hostess at the Indian Valley House in Pine Grove for a number years and formed many acquaintances.


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