Adams, Aaron, a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born at Steuben, N. Y. June 22, 1796. He spent his early life on his father's farm; was converted in 1824, and soon after licensed to preach; entered the Oneida Conference in 1830, and on its division became a member of the Black River-Conference. His appointments were Russia, New York Mills, Stickbridge, Little Falls, Fairfield, and Rome; in 1841 he was presiding elder of Herkimer District; in 1845 of Potsdam District; and was afterwards stationed successively at Pulaski, Vienna, Fairfield, Trenton, Marcy, Oriskany, and Floyd. In 1867 he superannuated, and sustained that relation to the close of his life, making his home first at Floyd, then at Steuben, and finally at Rome, N.Y., where he died, May 9. 1879. Mr. Adams's Christian life was without a blot, having always been earnest, active, and steadfast. He was a symmetrical and complete man in Christ. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1880, p. 79.