Adam Payne (1781 – May 23, 1832) was an itinerant minister who enjoyed success preaching among the Potawatomi people in Illinois and was killed by Native Americans during the Black Hawk War of 1832.
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... the Black Hawk War Two days after the May 21 Indian Creek massacre, the Payne was traveling by horseback on what would later become the Frank Walker stagecoach route, from Chicago to Ottawa ... Payne passed through several areas including Holderman's Grove, Lisbon and Plainfield, Illinois ... At Plainfield Payne was met by a friend, Johnathan Wilson, who warned him of danger to individuals traveling the Illinois frontier alone ...
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