Adams, James (1)
Adams, James (1), a Presbyterian minister, was born Sept. 12,1772. He studied in his early days under Rev. James Hall, D.D., of North Carolina, and studied theology under the Rev. James M'Ree, D.D., of the same state; was licensed to preach by the Oregon Presbytery in 1795; was employed by the Congregational Church of Dorchester, S. C., where he was ordained in 1799. He died Aug. 18, 1843. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit, iii, 321.