L. Diadame Adams
Sex: Female
Birth: April 6, 1863
in Hart County, Georgia
Death: September 20, 1907
in Marion County, Alabama
Burial: Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery,
Hodges, Marion County, Alabama
Father: Winston Adams
Mother: Nancy Hailey
Spouse/Partner: William Thomas Early McCurley
Marriage: December 21, 1881
in Hart County, Georgia

         Damie Adams was on e of the many children of Winston Adams and Nancy Hailey. I know little of her, though she may have died of tuberculosis in Marion County.

         Her name is generally recorded as Damie, but a listing of her tombstone gave it as L. Diadame. One can assume that her name is some form of the word "diademe". An online source gave her name as Hidame.


Name Birth Death
Children of William Thomas Early McCurley and L. Diadame Adams

Mozelle McCurley September 17, 1882
probably Hart County, Georgia

Rellis Weston/Winston McCurley April 19, 1885
Hart County, Georgia
June 10, 1959
Hamilton, Marion County, Alabama

Donie Inez McCurley January 22, 1887
Hart County, Georgia
May 15, 1969 or May 22, 1969
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama

Edna Gertrude McCurley July 22, 1889
probably Hart County, Georgia
December 28, 1928

Lonnie Eppie McCurley April 29, 1891
probably Hart County, Georgia
May 3, 1967
Marion County, Alabama

Johnny Leo McCurley January 11, 1895
probably Hart County, Georgia
January 8, 1913
Marion County, Alabama

Dewey Thornton McCurley November 10, 1898
probably Hart County, Georgia
April 5, 1900



  • Alabama and Georgia Families.
  • Weldon, Dr. William Vickery. Collection of genealogy research documents.
  • Wittichen, Ivy Vickery. Personal memories.
  • [Need to look up source info]. List of McCurley Descendants received by email in c. 2000
  • [Need better source documentation]. Cemeteries of Marion County, Alabama found at Birmingham Public Library.

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