Charles Augustus Adams
Born: 17 Aug. 1825
Baptized: Some time before 1842
Church Experience: In 1843 he is the Gilsum, New Hampshire branch president
Other: Appears to have moved to Nauvoo sometime in late 1843
Assignment: Called to New Hampshire at the 9 Apr. 1844 special conference of elders at Nauvoo.
Electioneering Experience: He labors in New Hampshire.
Location 27 Jun. 1844: Most likely near Gilsum, New Hampshire.
1 Jan 1846: New Hampshire
1850: Somewhere in New England. Music teacher.
1860: Middletown, Ohio. Music teacher
Family: Married in Lynn, Massachusetts 1855 (31 yrs old) to Sarah (? yrs old). They had two children. Died in Middletown, Ohio 15 Nov 1860 (36 yrs old)
Synopsis: Continued to preach in New Hampshire through 1846. Never returned to Nauvoo. In 1845 he printed in Bellow Falls, New Hampshire a hymnal for the Church. This hymnal is the first one to use fellow electioneer William W. Phelps' poem/hymn "Praise to the Man."