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John Thomas Adams

Birth30 Mar 1852 - Iuka, Tishomingo, Mississippi, USA
Death4 May 1931 - Sedan, Union, New Mexico, USA
MotherCandace Elizabeth Brooks
FatherJohn Quincy "Jack" Adams

Born in Iuka, Tishomingo, Mississippi, USA on 30 Mar 1852 to John Quincy "Jack" Adams and Candace Elizabeth Brooks. John Thomas Adams married Rosie Elizabeth Moore and had 14 children. He passed away on 4 May 1931 in Sedan, Union, New Mexico, USA.

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Parents

John Quincy "Jack" Adams
1834 - 1863
Candace Elizabeth Brooks
1833 - 1883

Spouse(s)

Rosie Elizabeth Moore
1865 - 1929
Nancy Elizabeth Miller
1856 - 1879

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Simon Sherman "Dick" Adams
1902 - 1982
Rose Gertrude Adams
1909 - 1964
Lula Adela Adams Sledge
1889 - 1943
Lock "Bud" Adams
1901 - 1993
Marion Mckinley "Mack" Adams
1895 - 1985
Abraham Lincoln Adams
1899 - 1926
Mary Marsella Adams
1893 - 1986

David Ross (Ross) Adams
1885 - 1937
William Thomas "Jack" Adams
1883 - 1906
George Washington "Shorty" Adams
1875 - 1944
John Quincy Adams
1874 - 1968
Alfred Paul Adams
1890 - 1900
Houston Leroy Adams
1877 - 1945
James A Adams
1888 - Unknown

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