Clerf Adkins was born on 16 Jun 1929 in Monongalia, West Virginia, USA as the first child of Isac Adkins and Edith H Prater Adkins.
Clerf Adkins was counted in the census on 22 Apr 1930 in Union City, Lincoln, West Virginia, USA, as a 10-month-old, male, single, white, grandson. Also in the home was his grandfather, Tolbert Adkins; his grandmother, Kathern Adkins; his uncle, Stonwall Adkins; his father, Ikey Adkins; and his mother, Clerf Adkins.
Clerf Adkins was counted in the census on 08 Apr 1940 in Union City, Lincoln, West Virginia, USA, as a 10-year-old, male, single, white, son. Also in the home his father, Isaac Adkins; his mother, Edith Adkins; his siblings, Dinaris Adkins, Lou Mae Adkins, and Davies J Adkins; ans his grandmother, Kathrine Adkins.
On August 22, 1950, Clerf Adkins was listed as a Private First Class in the Infantry of the Regular Army, while in South Korea he was wounded in action by missile, hospitalized and returned to duty.
He died on 12 Sep 2023.
Clerf Adkins, age 94, died on Tuesday, September 12, 2023. He was born in Price, WV, the son of the late Isac and Edith Adkins.
Clerf retired from the United States Army after serving in the Korean Conflict and Vietnam.
Clerf is survived by his daughter, Linda J. Stone (Winston), of Elgin; grandchildren, James C. Javins, Chris Stone, great-grandchildren, Dejanea Javins, and several additional great-grandchildren.
Kornegay Funeral Home, Camden Chapel, is assisting the family.