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Jewell James Armstrong, Jr
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Birth: Dec. 31, 1915
Louisiana, USA
Death: Jan. 15, 1967
New Orleans
Orleans Parish
Louisiana, USA

Adapted from The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana), Monday, January 16, 1967:

ARMSTRONG - On Sunday evening, January 15, 1967, at 5:45 o'clock, JEWELL J. ARMSTRONG, husband of Virginia Johnson and by first marriage of Anita DiLiberto, father of one daughter and step-father of one step-daughter, son of the late Jewell J. Armstrong and Henrietta Geisler and brother of Walter and Robert Armstrong, also survived by 5 grandchildren.

Relatives and friends of the family, also officers and members of American Legion, Metairie Post No. 175, employees of RCA Service Co., and William B. Riley Coffee Co., are invited to attend the funeral.

Services from the funeral home of McMahon-Coburn-Briede, 600 Moss St., where Bayou St. John starts, on Tuesday morning, January 17, 1967, at 11 o'clock. Religious services at St. John Lutheran Church, 3937 Canal Street.

Interment Hope Mausoleum.

Friends may call Monday after 5 p.m.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Jewell James Armstrong (1869 - 1940)
  Eliza Henrietta Geisler Armstrong (1882 - 1962)
 
 Siblings:
  Walter John Armstrong (1900 - 1986)**
  Robert Joseph Armstrong (1903 - 1997)**
  Jewell James Armstrong (1915 - 1967)
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Hope Mausoleum
New Orleans
Orleans Parish
Louisiana, USA
Plot: Vault 203
 
Created by: Kathleen Clemence
Record added: Oct 09, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118444079
Jewell James Armstrong, Jr
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