Charles Fredrick Jr Flynt

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Personal and Family Information

Charles was born on 5 JUL 1922 in Arkansas, the son of Charles Fredrick Flynt and Annie Taylor.

His wife was Tressie M. Unknown. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. They had no known children.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Charles Fredrick Jr Flynt
(1922-)

 

Charles Fredrick Flynt
(1891-1984)

 

Richard Milton Flynt
(1842-1898)

 

Stephen Clayton Flynt
(1808-1869)

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Elizabeth Malinda Hall
(1810-1869)

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Mildred Thomason
(1853-1932)

 

William F. Thomason
(1812-<1900)

 
   

Susan A Clowe
(1823-1906)

 
   

Annie Taylor
(1890-1991)

 

John J Taylor
(1846-1907)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Mirinda Jane Tate
(1850-1918)

   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
Birth5 JUL 1922
Place: Arkansas
Census22 APR 1930
Place: Cleveland Township, Lonoke County, Arkansas
Age: 7
Address: ED 43-6 Sheet 2 B, dwelling 38, family 39 with parents, 6 siblings, and grandmother
Agency: 1930 census
Census 1930 Arkansas, Lonoke County, Cleveland, Prairie, & Butler Twp
Source: Census 1930 Arkansas, Lonoke County, Cleveland, Prairie, & Butler Twp
Publisher: Dept of Commerence

Census24 APR 1940
Place: Lonoke, Lonoke County, Arkansas
Address: Road to Lonoke, house 281 Flynt, Charles F 48, Annie 49, James 21, Gladis, 19, Charles Jr 17, Richard 15, Annie Lee 13, Juaneta 11, Allemae Sue 10 - all born Arkansas
Residence1984
Place: Lonoke, Lonoke County, Arkansas
Other Event1941
Place: Pearl Harbor
Type: Military Service
Agency: undated newspaper clipping with photo from Emma Bowie.
Doc-Flynt, Charles F Jr, USN
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Notes

Note 1

served in US Navy in WWII, stationed Pearl Harbor in 1941

on a destroyer in N Pacific, Samos and Attu Islands

Sources

  1. Census 1930 Arkansas, Lonoke County, Cleveland, Prairie, & Butler Twp
    Source: Census 1930 Arkansas, Lonoke County, Cleveland, Prairie, & Butler Twp
    Publisher: Dept of Commerence