Adams, Lucius, a Canadian Methodist minister, was born at Esquesing, Ont., in 1830. He was converted in childhood, and was educated at the Albion Institute, Mich., and the Victoria College, Ont., where he was distinguished by his assiduity and proficiency. In 1854 he was received by the Conference, having been previously sent to Mitchell, Ont., where a revival crowned his labors. He died in the midst of his success at Mitchell, Aug. 29,1855. See Carroll, Case and his Contemporaries, v, 151.