ADGER, ELLISON MOULTRIE
ADGER, ELLISON MOULTRIE (1875-1945) was born on Chicora
plantation in Bossier Parish, Louisiana, August 18, 1875, the son of
William Ellison Adger and Mary Gamble Adger. During his adult life,
he was a cotton planter in Belcher, a farm community in north Caddo Parish,
Louisiana. He was also a member of the firm of Sewall and Adger, cotton brokers.
Adger married Mary Elizabeth "Bess" Hayden in 1905, and they had one
daughter and three sons, E. W. Adger, Jr., Sydney Adger, and John Hampton Adger.
He retired and moved to Shreveport, Louisiana, in 1922.
Ellison Moultrie Adger died November 3, 1945, and is buried in
Greenwood Cemetery, in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Bibliography: Adger, Lucie Barton. "The Adger Story."
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/a/d/g/Lucie-B-Adger/index.html. Accessed 18 January 2013.
"Planter Dies," Shreveport TIMES, 4 November 1945.
The following, adapted from the Chicago Manual of Style,
15th edition, is the preferred citation for this article.
"ADGER, ELLISON MOULTRIE" Handbook of North Louisiana Online
. Published by LSU-Shreveport.