Yes. His blind great, great, grandson, Lemech the Blind.
Sandwiched between two genealogical lines, the passage describing Lamech, descendant of Cain and his children is fairly substantive:
Lamekh had two wives: Adah, and Tsilah. Adah gave birth to Yaval, the father of tent-dwellers, and cattle owners. His brother was Yuval, the father of harpists, and pipers. Tsilah, on the other hand, gave birth to Tuval-Qayin, who instructed the artificers of brass and iron. Tuval-Qayin's sister was Na'amah. And Lamekh said to Adah and Tsilah, his wives:
Hear my voice: ye wives of Lamech, hearken unto my speech:
For I have slain a man to my wounding,(Cain), and a young man to my hurt. (Tubal Cain, Lamech's son, the shepard boy).
If Qayin shall be avenged sevenfold, truly Lamekh seventy-sevenfold.
-Genesis 4:19-24 in paraphrase
Genesis 5:25-31 records that Lamech was 182 years old at the birth of Noah; and that he lived for another 595 years after this, making his age at death 777 years (or just a few years before the Flood). With such numbers in this geneaological account, calculations such as those of Archbishop Ussher would suggest that Adam was still alive for about the first 50 years of Lamech's life.
Adam's Children | Chabad.orgLemech grew old and became blind. One day Tubal-Cain, his youngest son, ... He advised the blind Lemech to aim his arrow towards it, and Lemech shot. ...
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