ADAMS, Pauline (Johnson)

Date of birth: 14 Feb 1932, Liberty, Casey Co., KY

Date of death: 04 Dec 1977, Edinburgh, Johnson Co., IN

Columbus Republic, December 5, 1977

Ronald Adams’ Wife

Pauline Adams

Edinburgh

EDINBURGH — Pauline Adams, 42, of 502 S. Holland in Edinburgh, died at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Bartholomew County hospital. The wife of Ronald Adams, she had been ill for several months.

Funeral service will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Eskew Funeral Home by the Rev. Gerald Gardner. Burial will be at the Rest Haven cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Tuesday.

Mrs. Adams was born May 20, 1935, in Liberty, Ky., to Millard and Betty Allen Johnson, who survive and live at Edinburgh. She was a member of the Assembly of God Church at Columbus.

Surviving with the husband and parents are six children, Bonnie, Ronald Jr., and Sandy Adams, all at home, Shirley Malline of Edinburgh, Janet Rogers of Greenwood and Danny Adams, with the Army at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.; six brothers, Wilbert, Vitis, Lucian, Biral and Shirley Johnson, all of Edinburgh and Omer Johnson of Rockville; three sisters, Emma Jean [Imogene] McGaha, Margie Burton and Ruby Curry, all of Edinburgh, and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother, Oval Johnson.


SOURCE: Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, December 7, 1977

Pauline Adams

  The Rev. Gerald
Gardner conducted
funeral services 
this afternoon at
1:30 p.m. at Eskew
Funeral Home for
Pauline Adams, 42,
of 502 South Holl-
and Street, wife
of Ronald Adams.
  Mrs. Adams died at
7:30 p.m. Sunday
night at Barthol-
omew County Hospi-
tal after a sever-
al months’ illness.
  She had been admit-
ted to the hospit-
al the day after
Thanksgiving.
 Burial was at
Rest Haven Cemetery.
  Mrs. Adams was
born May 20, 1935,
in Liberty, Ky.,
the daughter of
Millard and Betty
Allen Johnson who
survive and live
in Edinburgh. She
was a member of
the Assembly of
God Church at Co-
lumbus.
  Surviving with
the husband and
parents are six
children, Bonnie,
Ronald, Jr., and
Sandy Adams all
at home, Shirley
Malline of Edin-
burgh, Janet Rogers
of Greenwood, and
Danny Adams with
the Army at Ft.
Leonard Wood, Mo.;
seven brothers,
Wilbert, Vitis,
Lucian, Viral and
Shirley Johnson
all of Edinburgh;
Omer Johnson of
Rockville and
Willis Johnson
of Brown County;
four sisters,
Imogene McGaha,
Margie Burton,
Mary Burton and
Ruby Curry all of
Edinburgh, and
three grandchil-
dren. She was pre-
ceded in death
by a brother, Oval
Johnson.

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey