Presbyterian Elder: Harry Dempcy Adams

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Harry Dempcy Adams, a native of Rover, Arkansas, had a busy life. He was a family man, a teacher, an oil field worker, and a businessman. He was born April 1, 1889, at Rover in Yell County, Arkansas. Rover was an unincorporated community, on the edge of the Ouachita National Forest, some 60 miles northwest of Hot Spring s as a crow flies. Approximately 60 miles to the west was Indian Territory...

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Publisher: Steven Liles (April 2, 2016)
Publication Date: April 2, 2016
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a younger sister. Their parents were William Stewart and Martha Elizabeth Pollard Adams. Both parents had children from previous marriages. His father brought two sons to the marriage and his mother brought one daughter. His father, William Stewart Adams, was a Civil War Veteran from Tennessee. After the war ended, William moved west and settled in Arkansas.