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Rufus Jones, Jr
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Birth: Nov. 18, 1929
Barnwell
Barnwell County
South Carolina, USA
Death: May 19, 2001
New Jersey, USA

Rufus Jones Jr.
Rufus Jones Jr., 70 of New Jersey, died May 19, 2001 at Jersey City Medical Center after a brief illness.
Funeral services were held Friday, May 25, at Shrub Branch Baptist Church, Blackville with the Revs. McKinley Neal and Bernice Parker-Jones officiating. Burial was in the Hope Memorial Park, Barnwell. Fulmer's Funeral Home in Springfield was in charge of the arrangements.

Mr. Jones was born Nov. 18, 1929 in Barnwell County. He was the son of the late Deacon Rufus Sr. and Louise Jones. He attended the Macedonia High School in Blackville. He joined the Shrub Branch Baptist Church at an early age. He served in the United States Army and was a Veteran of the Korean Conflict.

Survivors include his wife, Clarean Jones of Jersey City, N. J.; four daughters, Mary Stroman of Blackville, Carolyn, Cheryl and Veronica, all of New Jersey City, N. J.; six sons, Raymond (Kaye), Robert, Donald, Terrance, Brian and John, all of Jersey City, N. J.; five sisters, Thelma Jones of Hackensack, N. J.,
Elberta Bellinger (Leslie) of Charlotte, N. C., Virginia Beatty (Harold), Rosa Harley (Charles, both of Washington, D. C. and Carroll "Carrie' Jones-Johnson of Blackville; four brothers, Ponnell Jones (Angie) of Hackensack, N. J., William Henry Jones, Charles Jones (Mary) both of Blackville and CSM Edward Jones (Bernice) of Upper Marlboro, Md. 
 
Burial:
Hope Memorial Park
Barnwell
Barnwell County
South Carolina, USA
 
Created by: Paulette
Record added: Jun 29, 2012
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