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James Woodrow McAdams
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Birth: Sep. 22, 1914
Mebane
Orange County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Oct. 1, 1996
High Point
Guilford County
North Carolina, USA

North Carolina, Death Collection
Name:James Woodrow McAdams
Gender:Male
Race:White
Marital Status:Married
Father's Last Name:McAdams
Age:82
Date of Birth:23 Sep 1914
Residence County:Davidson
Residence State:North Carolina
Date of Death:1 Oct 1996
Death City:High Point (P)
Death County:Guilford
Death State:North Carolina
Institution:General Hospital
Attendant:Physician
Burial Location:Burial in state
Source Vendor:NC Department of Health. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  George Levi McAdams (1881 - 1949)
  Bessie Lillian Jobe McAdams (1888 - 1981)
 
 Spouse:
  Jean McMillian Nichols McAdams (1914 - 2000)*
 
 Children:
  James Malcolm McAdams (1949 - 1949)*
 
 Siblings:
  Agnes McAdams Dodson (1904 - 1972)*
  Levi Glenn McAdams (1907 - 1969)*
  Rachael Artetia McAdams Hobbs (1908 - 1997)*
  Nellie Gove McAdams Young (1910 - 1981)*
  Lillie Rebecca McAdams Christie (1912 - 1997)*
  James Woodrow McAdams (1914 - 1996)
  George Mel McAdams (1916 - 1958)*
  Edwin Augustus McAdams (1918 - 1982)*
  Lindley Clay McAdams (1921 - 2003)*
  Bernis Chandler McAdams (1923 - 1978)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Holly Hill Memorial Park
Thomasville
Davidson County
North Carolina, USA
 
Created by: wwy
Record added: Apr 20, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 108796647
James Woodrow McAdams
Added by: JD Burleson
 
James Woodrow McAdams
Added by: JD Burleson
 
James Woodrow McAdams
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