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Descendants of Charles Lester Fields, Sr.




Generation No. 1


1. CHARLES LESTER2 FIELDS, SR. (UNKNOWN1)1 was born September 08, 1901 in Cincinatti, OH1, and died Abt. 1959 in Houston, TX1. He married (1) ETHEL LEE FLYNN1 in Oklohoma, daughter of RANSOM FLYNN and LOU PHILLIPS. She was born March 06, 1901 in Orange, TX1, and died January 10, 1988 in Dallas, Dallas County, TX1. He married (2) INEZ SHAW1 September 1950.

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HARLES LESTER FIELDS, SR.:
OBITUARY

CHARLES LESTER FIELDS:

On a big table in his den at 509 Winslow Lane in Bellaire, Charles Lester Fields constructed miniature tracks and natural looking surroundings for the model trains he loved so much. Photography was another hobby of his.

Mr. Fields,61, died Wednesday.

He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and became a mechanic in the early days of the automobile industry. About 30 years ago he joined the General Motors Corporation as a traveling salesman of automobile parts, working his way up to district manager of the United Motors Division of GMC.

Mr. Fields retired three years ago, after 27 years with the company. He moved to Houston nine years ago.

Mr. Fields was a member of the Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow, the former Inez Shaw, whom he married in September, 1950; four daughters, Mrs. J. H. Gambell, Mrs. Catherine Oborn, Mrs. Marion E. Kilgore, all of Dallas, and Mrs. W. N. McGaha, Grand Prairie; two brothers, Raymond of Chicago and Jim of Ohio; nine grandchildren.

Services were set for 2 p.m. today at Earthman Southwest Funerals, and burial was to be in the Forest Park West Cemetery.
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OBITUARY

CHARLES LESTER FIELDS:

On a big table in his den at 509 Winslow Lane in Bellaire, Charles Lester Fields constructed miniature tracks and natural looking surroundings for the model trains he loved so much. Photography was another hobby of his.

Mr. Fields,61, died Wednesday.

He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and became a mechanic in the early days of the automobile industry. About 30 years ago he joined the General Motors Corporation as a traveling salesman of automobile parts, working his way up to district manager of the United Motors Division of GMC.

Mr. Fields retired three years ago, after 27 years with the company. He moved to Houston nine years ago.

Mr. Fields was a member of the Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow, the former Inez Shaw, whom he married in September, 1950; four daughters, Mrs. J. H. Gambell, Mrs. Catherine Oborn, Mrs. Marion E. Kilgore, all of Dallas, and Mrs. W. N. McGaha, Grand Prairie; two brothers, Raymond of Chicago and Jim of Ohio; nine grandchildren.

Services were set for 2 p.m. today at Earthman Southwest Funerals, and burial was to be in the Forest Park West Cemetery.

More About E
THEL LEE FLYNN:
Fact 1: 1900, On Census for Fannin Co., TX1
Fact 2: 1910, On Census for Pulaski Co., KY1
     
Children of C
HARLES FIELDS and ETHEL FLYNN are:
2. i.   EVELYN MAXILENE3 FIELDS, b. April 12, 1919, Oklahoma City, OK.
3. ii.   HELEN CHARLOTTE FIELDS, b. January 08, 1921, Oklahoma City, OK; d. May 01, 1999, Grand Prairie, TX.
4. iii.   CHARLES LESTER FIELDS, JR., b. July 27, 1922, Oklahoma City, OK; d. March 31, 1955, Dallas, Dallas County, TX.
5. iv.   CATHERINE JOYCE FIELDS, b. September 27, 1924, Oklahoma City, OK.
6. v.   MARIAN ELIZABETH FIELDS, b. August 13, 1926, Oklahoma City, OK.


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