John, a remarkable list! Are you a descendant? If not, what is the source? I have additions and a correction: Elizabeth "Sutherland" was really Elizabeth Sunderland, daughter of Nathaniel Sunderland, a Tennessee man who fought in the War of 1812 and who died in hospital of illness or wounds in 1814. Nathaniel's very young widow, Mary Ann (Polly) Reeves, remarried to a much older man, Edward Nunnalee,who was a Revolutionary War veteran. She was noted in the National Archives records and in news articles as being the widow of veterans of two wars.
Elizabeth Sunderland Adams was called Sutherland in all the records I've found about her in Missouri, but my father's middle name was Sunderland, which led me to the research which told me the correct spelling of her name. She was my father's grandmother.
Labern or Laban Adams was the son of Thomas Adams of Virginia. He also fought in the War of 1812, and they paid his horse more than they paid him. I presume the horse needed more food than he did.