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 Charles Virgil “Virge” Adams

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Charles Virgil “Virge” Adams

Birth
Gentry County, Missouri, USA
Death
8 Jan 1982 (aged 94)
Missouri, USA
Burial
Martinsville, Harrison County, Missouri, USA
Memorial ID
16409660 View Source

HISTORY OF DAVIESS AND GENTRY COUNTIES, MISSOURI;

DAVIESS COUNTY by JOHN C. LEOPARD and BUEL LEOPARD; GENTRY COUNTY by R.M. McCAMMON and MARY McCAMMON HILLMAN; illustrated, HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, Topeka--Indianapolis; 1922; pages 529-530:

WILLIS ADAMS bio:

C.V. Adams was born Oct. 22, 1887, and was reared on the home farm. He was inducted into the U.S. Army, July 25, 1918, and was sent to Camp Funston for three months. He was with the Ambulance Company 237, 10th Sanitary Train, 10th Division. He was sent east to Chambersburg, Pa., and while waiting there for orders to go overseas, the armistice was signed, and Mr. Adams was sent back to Camp Funston and was mustered out of service, Jan. 23, 1919. He owns a farm of 80 acres in Worth County which he and his brother operate together, along with a part of their father's farm. Mr. Adams is a member of the American Legion Donald Holden Post No. 106 at Albany.

HISTORY OF DAVIESS AND GENTRY COUNTIES, MISSOURI;

DAVIESS COUNTY by JOHN C. LEOPARD and BUEL LEOPARD; GENTRY COUNTY by R.M. McCAMMON and MARY McCAMMON HILLMAN; illustrated, HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, Topeka--Indianapolis; 1922; pages 529-530:

WILLIS ADAMS bio:

C.V. Adams was born Oct. 22, 1887, and was reared on the home farm. He was inducted into the U.S. Army, July 25, 1918, and was sent to Camp Funston for three months. He was with the Ambulance Company 237, 10th Sanitary Train, 10th Division. He was sent east to Chambersburg, Pa., and while waiting there for orders to go overseas, the armistice was signed, and Mr. Adams was sent back to Camp Funston and was mustered out of service, Jan. 23, 1919. He owns a farm of 80 acres in Worth County which he and his brother operate together, along with a part of their father's farm. Mr. Adams is a member of the American Legion Donald Holden Post No. 106 at Albany.

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Same stone with L. Dorothy Adams


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  • Maintained by: LP
  • Originally Created by: ctaz
  • Added: 1 Nov 2006
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 16409660
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/16409660/charles-virgil-adams: accessed ), memorial page for Charles Virgil “Virge” Adams (22 Oct 1887–8 Jan 1982), Find a Grave Memorial ID 16409660, citing Kidwell Cemetery, Martinsville, Harrison County, Missouri, USA; Maintained by LP (contributor 46788762) .