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Charles Warren Slack, Sr
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Birth: Mar. 22, 1858
Elizabethtown
Hardin County
Kentucky, USA
Death: 1901
Owensboro
Daviess County
Kentucky, USA

Ella and Charles were parents of 5 children, 4 sons and 1 daughter:

Winfield Slack, born 1880
Robert T. Slack, born 1882
Wallace S. Slack, 1885 1954
Ella P. Slack, born 1887
Charles W. Slack, 1889 1968
George W. Slack, 1892
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Name: Charles W. Slack
Residence: Elizabethtown, Hardin, Kentucky
Birth date: 1858
Birth place: Kentucky, United States
Relationship to head-of-household: Other
Father birth place: Kentucky, United States
Mother birth place: Missouri, United States
Race or color (expanded): White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Age: 22 years
Occupation: Retail Grocer
NARA film number: T9-0417
Page: 236
Page letter: C
Entry number: 122
Film number: 1254417
Collection: 1880 United States Census (bio by: Susan Sullivan and John Early Andrews) 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  James Brown Slack (1825 - 1880)
  Elvina Ann Winfield Slack (1828 - 1917)
 
 Spouse:
  Ella Thomas Payne Slack (1862 - 1951)
 
 Siblings:
  Robert Winfield Slack (1848 - 1924)*
  Louisanna Ann "Ella" Slack Montgomery (1849 - 1932)*
  Charles Warren Slack (1858 - 1901)
  Marietta C. Slack O'Bryan (1866 - 1966)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Mater Dolorosa Cemetery
Owensboro
Daviess County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: Bob & Ann (DiMeglio) Alv...
Record added: Aug 31, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 75776571
Charles Warren Slack, Sr
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