ADAMS, CHARLES O.
History of Tuscola And Bay Counties, Mich., H. R. Page & Co., Chicago (1883), p. 96
Charles O. Adams,
millwright, was born at Parma, Monroe County, N. Y., and came to Michigan with his parents
in 1835. They commenced farming in the township of Highland,
Oakland County. From there they went to Atlas, Genesee County. Mr.
Adams then removed to Fenton, and lived there eighteen years; came to Caro in
1874; was eleven months in the Third Michigan Cavalry and was discharged on account of
disability, being at the time orderly sergeant of his company. He is a millwright by
trade, and has followed that and the running of saw and grist-mills for twenty-five years.
He is married and has four children.