Historian, linguist, teacher. Born– January 1, 1921, Atmore. Parents– John Maxwell Jones Sr. and Marjorie Leonidas Brooks Jones. Education– University of Alabama, B.A., 1942, M.A., 1954; University College of North Wales, Bangor; University of Brussels; Institut de Touraine, Diplome d’Etude Francaises. Served in an anti-aircraft battalion in Europe in World War II Taught foreign languages in high schools in Alabama, the Carolinas, and Delaware until 1968; taught at Glassboro State College, 1968-. Died July 4, 2000.
History and Genealogy of the Jones and Brooks Families….
Academic Freedom and the Secondary-School Teacher, and Other Heretical Essays on Education. Philadelphia; G. H. Buchanan Co., 1966.
A Critical Study of the Novels of W. Leslie Richards. Philadelphia; s.n., 1970.
History and Genealogy of the Jones and Brooks Families of Escambia County, Alabama; …. Camden, N.J.; Jones, 1977.
Slavery and Race in Nineteenth-Century Louisiana-French Literature. Camden, N.J.; Jones, 1978.
The Carillon Satires; November 2, 1873-May 17, 1874. Camden, N.J.; Jones, 1978.