Marvin Cleo Adams1

M, #2762, b. 9 January 1888, d. 14 December 1918
Last Edited=25 Oct 2016
     Marvin Cleo Adams, son of William Wallis Adams and Emaline Missouri Nutt, was born on 9 January 1888 at Quitman, Clarke County, Mississippi.1 Marvin Cleo Adams was the son of William Wallis Adams and Emaline Missouri Nutt.1

Marvin Cleo Adams married Laura Rogers.2

Marvin Cleo Adamsenlisted for service in World War II on 26 December 1917 at Quitman, Clarke County, Mississippi. He is stated to be a taylor with a wife and 4 children. Marvin had already done military service. He had served as a First Sergent in the 4th Mississippi Infantry. He is described as medium build and heighth with brown eyes and dark hair.1

Marvin Cleo Adams died on 14 December 1918 at age 30.3 and was buried at Old Pleasant Hill Cemetery, near Quitman, Clarke County, Mississippi.3

Child of Marvin Cleo Adams and Laura Rogers


  1. [S196] WWI Civilian Draft Registrations, online digital images by subscription Hereinafter cited as WWI Draft Registration.
  2. [S515] Ted Stanford, "Correspondence with Ted Stanford Regarding the Adams Family," (author E-Mail address private) at unknown address, to this researcher, 29 July 2016, Email July 29, 2016.. Hereinafter cited as "Correspondence - Ted Stanford."
  3. [S241] Bennie W. and Lance G. White, compiler, Cemetery Inscriptions of Clarke County, Mississippi, Vol. I (Ozark, MO: Self Published, 2000), page 128.. Hereinafter cited as Clarke County, MS Cemetery Inscriptions.