This collection contains an extensive genealogy with supporting documentation for the Charles A. Stuck Jr. family stretching back to the 17th century. There are numerous photographs of family members, gravestones, documents, and historic homes. Also included in the files are newspaper clippings about family members, census data, military service records, birth and death records, and family stories.
Charles Albert Stuck Jr. was born in Jonesboro, Arkansas on June 1, 1927 to his parents: Charles Albert Stuck Sr. and Helen Perine Nethery Stuck. Charles Jr. enlisted in the Navy in April of 1945 and received training for electrical engineering. Just over a year later in July of 1946, he was honorably discharged. Charles then completed a Bachelor of Arts at Hendrix College which led to teaching at East Side Junior High School in Little Rock. In pursuit of higher education, Charles relocated to the east coast where he found employment in the finance and insurance field. There he met Catherine Thomas, who became his wife on April 3, 1954. Eventually, Charles and Catherine moved to Minnesota where he worked for an insurance agency. From there, Charles wrote and traveled extensively to compile his family genealogy to gain admittance into the Sons of the American Revolution. Surnames included in his lineage research files are: Stuck, Goodloe, Cockrill, Gamble, Girault, and Thomas. Charles died in 2008 of dementia.
Document; 8.5" x 11"
Charles A. Stuck, Jr. records, MSNE.0043
Arkansas State Archives
Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives
Charles A. Stuck Jr. records, Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives, Powhatan, Arkansas.
United States History