Master Name Index

Surname of ADLAM



Alice Adlam (    – 1603)

Famous Descendant(s):

Calvin Coolidge — 30th U.S. President

Tennessee Williams — Author of A Streetcar Named Desire

John Quincy Adams — 6th U.S. President

John Adams — 2nd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

John Cogswell — Colonial Immigrant Ancestor

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Henry Sturgis Morgan — Co-Founder of Morgan Stanley

J.P. Morgan, Jr. — American Banker and Philanthropist

Mamie (Doud) Eisenhower — First Lady of President Dwight Eisenhower

Lou (Henry) Hoover — First Lady of President Herbert Hoover

Ralph Waldo Emerson — American Poet

Nathaniel Hawthorne — Author of The Scarlet Letter

Bathsheba (Ruggles) Spooner — First woman executed for murder in U.S. by non-British government

Julia (Ward) Howe — Author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

Charles Dawes — 30th U.S. Vice-President

James Brolin — TV and Movie Actor

Josh Brolin — TV and Movie Actor

Burgess Meredith — TV and Movie Actor

Thomas Pynchon — American Novelist

Oliver Platt — Movie Actor

Lee Remick — Movie Actress

Thomas Hunt Morgan — Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. — U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. — American “Fireside” Poet

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Thomas Edmund Dewey — 47th Governor of New York

Levi Lincoln — 13th Governor of Massachusetts


John Adlam (    – 1545)

Famous Descendant(s):

Calvin Coolidge — 30th U.S. President

Tennessee Williams — Author of A Streetcar Named Desire

John Quincy Adams — 6th U.S. President

John Adams — 2nd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

John Cogswell — Colonial Immigrant Ancestor

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Henry Sturgis Morgan — Co-Founder of Morgan Stanley

J.P. Morgan, Jr. — American Banker and Philanthropist

Mamie (Doud) Eisenhower — First Lady of President Dwight Eisenhower

Lou (Henry) Hoover — First Lady of President Herbert Hoover

Ralph Waldo Emerson — American Poet

Nathaniel Hawthorne — Author of The Scarlet Letter

Bathsheba (Ruggles) Spooner — First woman executed for murder in U.S. by non-British government

Julia (Ward) Howe — Author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

Charles Dawes — 30th U.S. Vice-President

James Brolin — TV and Movie Actor

Josh Brolin — TV and Movie Actor

Burgess Meredith — TV and Movie Actor

Thomas Pynchon — American Novelist

Oliver Platt — Movie Actor

Lee Remick — Movie Actress

Thomas Hunt Morgan — Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. — U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. — American “Fireside” Poet

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Thomas Edmund Dewey — 47th Governor of New York

Levi Lincoln — 13th Governor of Massachusetts