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Mary Pickens (Adams) 1876 - 1967

Mary was born on 1876 and died on 1967 in Indianapolis, Indiana .
She was the daughter of Samuel Owen Pickens (26 APR 1846 - 8 FEB 1944) and Virginia Franklin (Pickens) (27 SEP 1851 - 12 MAR 1919).

Mary was married to Henry C. Adams, Jr .

Henry Jr was born on 1875 in Indianapolis, Ind and died on 1948 in Indianapolis, Ind and was buried on 2 OCT 1948 in Crown Hill - sec 16 - lot 58 .
He was the son of Henry Clay Adams, Sr. (8 APR 1844 - 14 NOV 1910) and Stella E. "DeeDee" Barneclo (Adams) (17 JUN 1846 - 29 AUG 1904).
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- Henry Jr was born on 1875 in Indianapolis, Ind and died on 1948 in Indianapolis, Ind


- Henry was born on 9 MAY 1907 in Indianapolis, IN and died on 10 DEC 1973 (age: 66) in Indianapois, IN


Son - Samuel P. Adams
(1906-) -
taken at wedding of Paul Kimball and Dorothy Johnston in 1943.
- Samuel was born on 21 JUN 1913 in Indianapolis. Indiana and died on 22 JUN 2004 (age: 91) in Leland, Leelanau, Michigan


- Samuel was born on 26 APR 1846 in Owen Co., Indiana and died on 8 FEB 1944 (age: 97) in Indianapolis, Ind


- Virginia was born on 27 SEP 1851 in Indiana and died on 12 MAR 1919 (age: 67) in Indianapolis, IN




Notes for Mary Pickens (Adams)




Notes for Henry C. Adams, Jr
Compiled 'Indiana at Vicksburg' which includes a memoriam to his father.
Lived at 1425 N. New Jersey in Indianapolis.
Listed as a Broker in 1915, and a Paving Materials Suite in 1935,
Occupation as 'Brick' in 1940.
Graduated Culver Mlty Acad. in 1895
Lived at 1302 N. Alabama, Indpls 1943




Mary: THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1899
One of the most interesting weddings of the winter season was that of Miss Mary Pickens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Owen Pickens, and Mr. Henry Clay Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Adams, both well known and prominent families of this city, which took place last evening at the First Baptist Church.

A large and fashionable audience was present to witness the ceremony, performed by Rev. T. J. Villers, pastor of the church. Mr. Arthur P. Preston presided at the organ and played a varied programme as the guests arrived and were escorted to the pews by the ushers, Messrs. Philemon M. Watson, Theodore P. Haughey, jr., Elmo Franklin of Lexington. 111., Rush Pickens, a brother of the bride, Samuel Van Camp and John Wallick. At the arrival of the bridal party the wedding march from Lohengrin was played and the procession to the pulpit was led by the ushers. The bride's attendants were Misses Ida and Nancy Cox, of Spencer, cousins of the bride. Miss Elizabeth Davis, of Boston, Miss Rose Burbey, of Reaoing, Pa., and Miss Stella Adams, sister of the groom, and Miss Jennie Pickens, sister of the bride, as maid of honor. The bride entered with her father and was met at the pulpit by the groom and his best man, Mr. Albert Lynn, of Pittsburg, Pa.

The pulpit was massed with palms and lilies and made an effective background for the bridal party. The bride wore an elegant gown of white satin, en train, with a iiccollete corsage, the satin combined with liberty silk and duchesse lace. A veil enveloped her figure and she carried a large bouquet of lilies of the valley. The maid of honor was dressed in green silk, veiled in white liberty silk, made with a low corsage, and her flowers were Bride roses.

The bridesmaids were dressed alike in white silk draped with white liberty silk made in a graduated flounce. The low corsage was shirred and a rose bow- of velvet, c e shades of green, adorned the corsage. The> carried bouquets of maidenhair fern. All of the appointments were in green and white. As the ceremony proceeded the soft music from the organ accompanied the words of the minister. For the recessional the wedding march by Mendelssohn was played. Following the ceremony at the church a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, on North New Jersey street, only young people being the guests. The house was made attractive with palms, ferns, holiday garlands and smilax, and in each room different flowers lent their color and fragrance.

In the parlor were pink roses and in the other rooms American Beauty roses. Mr. and Mrs. Pickens and Mr. and Mrs. Adams, parents of the bride and groom, with the bridal party, received the guests. An orchestra played throughout the evening. Among the guests from out of town were Judge and Mrs. Franklin, of Spencer, grandparents of the bride; Mrs. C. D. Bush, of Lexington, 111.; Dr. and Mrs. Cox, of Spencer; Mrs. Charles Wood, of Terre Haute, and Mrs. Maud Pickens Davidson, of Winfield, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Adams left last evening for an Eastern trip, going as far as New Y r ork, and on their return they will be at home at the Victoria, Fridays, after Feb. 15.



Henry Jr: Census: 1910 Indianapolis 8wd, Marion CO., Indiana pg 368

name relation age mar status born in father born mother born Occ.
Henry C. Adams, Jr. : head 34 md 11 Indiana Indiana Indiana contractor - brickwork
Mary N. Adams : wife 34 md 11 Indiana Indiana Indiana
Henry P. Adams : son 3 Indiana Indiana Indiana


Henry Jr: (Indianapolis Star June 28, 1919)
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Adams and family, 1425 North New Jersey street, will leave Wednesday for rye Beach N.H. where they will spend the summer


Henry Jr: Census: 1920 Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana

name relation age born in father born mother born Occ.
Henry Adams : Head 44 Indiana Indiana Indiana Paving Supplies broker
Mary P. Adams : Wife 43 Indiana Indiana Indiana
Henry P. Adams : son 12 Indiana Indiana Indiana
Samuel P. Adams : son 6 Indiana Indiana Indiana
Julia Britwell : Servant 34 Georgia Georgia Georgia House Cook


Henry Jr: Census: 1930 Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana

name relation age born in father born mother born Occ.
Henry Adams : Head 54 Indiana Indiana Indiana Contractor Supplies brick
Mary P. Adams : Wife 54 Indiana Indiana Indiana
Henry P. Adams : son 23 Indiana Indiana Indiana
Samuel. Adams : son 16 Indiana Indiana Indiana


Henry Jr: Obituary - Indianapolis Star Jan 12, 1948


Obituary - Indianapolis Star Jan 12, 1948




- Sarah was born on 25 OCT 1946 in Fort Wayne, Indiana and died on 1 OCT 2004 (age: 57) in Leland, Michigan



- Samuel was born on 9 MAY 1839 and died on 16 OCT 1891 (age: 52)


- Eliza was born on 7 NOV 1823 and died on 1 JUL 1896 (age: 72)






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