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KINEBREW. Deacon John (Papa), a resident of Shorter, AL, died Sunday, April 23, 1989. in an out of town hospital. Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 29, 1989, at 1 p.m. from Mary Magdelene Baptist Church, Shorter, AL. Rev. C. Hotlman, pastor officiating. Burial in churchyard cemetery. Burton's Funeral Home staff directing.

He leaves to cherish his memories. a devoted wife, Mrs. Geraldine Kinebrew, Shorter, AL; one daughter, Mrs. Jongielene Grice, Shorter, AL; two sons, Sylvester Kinebrew, Shorter, AL
and Ronald Wallace, Compton, CA; ten grandchildren, Tammy. Victor, Felecia, Courtney, Reginald, Micheal, Stephanie, Ronald Jr., Myja and LaQuinta; a beloved son-in-law, Clayborn Grice, two daughters-in-law, Helen Kinebrew, Shorter, AL, Debra Wallace, Compton, CA: six foster chil-dren: one aunt, Louise Scoon, Tuskeg-ee, AL; four sisters, Rosa Williams. Compton, CA. Mary Alice Martin, Tuskegee, AL, Margie Nell Spain, Dorothy J. Kinebrew. both of Miami, FL: two brothers. Louis (Louise) Kinebrew. Philadelphia, PA. Alonza Kinebrew. Chicago, IL; a number of nieces, neph-ews, other relatives and friends.

The body will lie in state at the church one hour prior to funeral services.

The Montgomery Advertiser Sat, Apr 29, 1989 ·Page 28
Date & Place: in Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama United States
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John Henry Kinebrew
John Henry Kinnebrew was born on April 30, 1912 to parents Julius Caesar Kinebrew Sr (1890-1951) and Rosa L Mills (1890-1966). He had siblings including Louis, Alonzo, Julius Caesar Kinebrew Jr, Tommie, and Mary Kinebrew. He was born and raised in Cross Keys, Macon, Alabama, USA. He later resided in Montgomery, Alabama, USA. John worked as Miller in Montgomery and also worked as a mail carrier for the US Post Office in Cross Keys. He was married to Geraldine Kinebrew and together they had a daughter Jongielene Kinebrew Grice and two sons, Sylvester Kinebrew and Ronald Wallace.
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