|Birth: ||Aug. 23, 1890|
|Death: ||Aug. 24, 1936|
San Francisco County
Arthur Allyn, a past commander of the American Legion, Fresno, and active in Fresno county politics, has been a prominent atttorney of this city since 1915.
Mr. Allyn was born in Mount Vernon, Indiana, August 23, 1890. His parents, F. A. and Emma (Martin) Allyn, brought him to California when he was twelve years of age, and they settled on a farm near Fowler.
Here he attended Fowler grammar and high schools, then entered the University of California and graduated with the degree B. L. in 1913, and J. D. in 1915.
Mr. Allyn's first associate in practice was James Gallagher, veteran of the Fresno bar, with whom he continued until Mr. Gallagher's death in 1929. Since this time he has practiced alone.
During the World war, Mr. Allyn enlisted in the 13th Infantry, and became sergeant at Camp Fremont and later was stationed at Camp Mills and Camp Merritt.
He was married in 1917 to Miss Viola Studer of Fresno, a native of Del Norte county. They have one child, Barbara June, born in Fresno.
Mr. Allyn is a charter member of Fresno Post No. 4, American Legion, of which he was commander in 1928-29, and is a member of La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux; he also has been active in the affairs of Fresno Elks Lodge. He was president of the Fresno County Bar association, 1927-28.
Francis Anderson Allyn (1866 - 1943)
Emma Martin Allyn (1870 - 1934)
Viola Studer Allyn (1894 - 1966)*
Frances Allyn (1921 - 1921)*
June Barbara Allyn Vaughn (1924 - 1997)*
Allyn (1889 - ____)*
Arthur Allyn (1890 - 1936)
Belmont Memorial Park
Plot: blk 21, sec. 901, sp. 4
Maintained by: Troy S
Originally Created by: Nancy/catsaver
Record added: Jan 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47180255