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Jewel Roper Adams-Johnson
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Birth: Jul. 14, 1916
Death: Aug. 21, 2004

Mrs. Jewel Adams Johnson
Mrs. Jewel Adams Johnson, 88, of Hamburg died Saturday, August 21, 2004, at the Ashley County Medical Center in Crossett. Born July 14, 1916, in Fountain Hill, she was a resident of Hamburg for the past 35 years and a former resident of Wilmot, a homemaker and a member of the Gardner Baptist Church.


She is survived by a daughter, Betty Adams Kinney of Monroe, LA; a daughter-in-law, Annette Adams Wilthzer of Bernice, LA; three step-daughters, Elaine Clark of Greensburg, Indiana, Ruth Ann Chance of Sheridan, and Paula McDuffee of Hamburg; special sister-in-law, Bernice Roper of Monroe; 13 grandchildren and a host of great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Leonard Johnson earlier in the year and Leon Adams in 1969; a son, C. L. Adams in 1988; her parents, John & Mary Sharp Roper, four brothers, John, Mode, Jim & Mike Roper and two sisters, Belle Goodwin and Tamzia Holland.

Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Monday, August 23, in the chapel of Jones-Hartshorn Funeral Home in Hamburg with Rev. Charles Pullin officiating.

Pallbearers were Billy Joe Roper, Paul, Dennis & Ricky Roper, Michael, Crawford, Kelley, and Tyler Adams, and John and Tarver McLeod. Interment followed services at the Dry Bayou Cemetery.

 
 
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 Spouse:
  Leon M Adams (1912 - 1969)
 
Burial:
Dry Bayou Cemetery
Wilmot
Ashley County
Arkansas, USA
 
Maintained by: amy wilson
Originally Created by: Sandra
Record added: Jul 09, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11327746
Jewel <i>Roper</i> Adams-Johnson
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Dearest Aunt Jewel: I can remember you from my Little Girl days. I use to love coming to your house. You were so very special to me. The love you shown will forever be in my heart.I drive by you old house and wish I could see you looking out the windo...(Read more)
- amy wilson
 Added: Feb. 6, 2008

- Elizabeth Reed
 Added: Jul. 9, 2005
 
 
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