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 Alfred Wallace “Fred” Adams

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Alfred Wallace “Fred” Adams

Birth
Iuka, Tishomingo County, Mississippi, USA
Death 24 Aug 1976 (aged 87)
Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA
Burial Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID 53720559 View Source
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Gospel Preacher listed in Gospel Preacher Who Blazed the Trail by C.R. Nichol.

Gospel preacher listed in Preachers of Today, Vol. 2. His 1959 biographical sketch is as follows: Adams, Alfred (Fred ) Wallace, Sulphur Springs, Tex.; Home congregation: Southside; Birth: Iuka, Miss., Nov. 18, 1888; Baptized by: N. L. Clark, Oct. 1907; Wife: Dot Ewing, Married: June 17, 1914; Children: Ewing, 41, Mrs. Wilma Jean Jones, 38, Mrs. Letajo Howard, 36, Mrs. Dorothy Marie Crouch, 27; Began preaching: Gunter, Tex., 1908; Colleges: Gunter Bible College, Gunter, Tex., Texas Christian University, B.A., Texas University, University of Colorado, M.A.; Churches served : Mount Vernon, Tex., 1952, Quitman, Tex., 1958-59, monthly appointments elsewhere. Never employed in regular work; Meetings: Iowa, Kansas, Okla., Tex. ; Permanent contact: Ewing Adams, 200 Glenn Dr., Longview, Tex.; Other facts: Taught school in Gunter Bible College, 1913-15; in Harper College, Harper, Kans., 1915-19; and in Texas Christian University Academy, 1921-22. Connected with the public schools in Texas as follows: mathematics instructor Sulphur Springs High School, 1922-24; Principal Mineola High School, 1924-27; Principal Childress High School, 1927-29, Superintendent Childress Public Schools, 1929-38, Superintendent Caldwell Public Schools, 1938-46; Coordinator Hupkins County Vocational School, 1946-59.

Name: Alfred Wallace Adams
Death Date: 24 Aug 1976
Death Place: Dallas, Dallas, Texas, United States
Gender: Male
Race: White
Death Age: 87 years
Estimated Birth Date:
Birth Date: 18 Nov 1888
Birthplace: Mississippi
Spouse's Name: Dot Ewing
Father's Name: Alfred Adams
Mother's Name: Jane Wallace Oaks
Film Number: 2243978
Digital Film Number: 4005496


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