Fonda Family Genealogy

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  • ID: ind06345
  • Name: Charles Michael FONDA
  • Given Name: Charles Michael
  • Surname: Fonda
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 10 JUN 1923 in New York
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  • Death: 13 SEP 1979
  • Age: 56y 3m 3d in Los Angeles, CA
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  • Burial: 20 SEP 1979 Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, CA
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    b. NY; 1925 New York State Census, New York, A.D.20, E.D.24, New York Co., NY; 1930 US Federal Census, Queens, Queens Co., NY; 1940 US Federal Census, New York, Queens Co., NY (Charles M Fonda, b. 1924, NY, Son, John C, Katherine); 1940 US Federal Census, Warwick, Orange Co., NY (Charles Fonda, b. 1924, NY, Inmate - New York State School for Boys - res. 1935: Jamaica, Queens Co., NY); SSDI Los Angeles, CA; bur. Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, CA >> <<

    [Fonda, Charles Michael, US Navy, MMX2, res. Los Angeles, CA, WWII US Navy 07/30/1943 - 03/05/1946]; [U.S. World War II Navy Muster Rolls, 1938-1949: Charles Michael Fonda - Ship, Station or Activity: Andres; Ship Number or Designation: DE 45; Muster Date: 31 Dec 1943 ]; [U.S. World War II Navy Muster Rolls, 1938-1949: Charles M Fonda - Ship, Station or Activity: PC 780; Ship Number or Designation: PC 780; Muster Date: 1 Feb 1946 ]; [U.S. World War II Navy Muster Rolls, 1938-1949: Charles M Fonda - Ship, Station or Activity: Siboney; Ship Number or Designation: CVE 112; Muster Date: 27 Nov 1947]

    [Dad Relents, Son-in-Law May Go Free - New York (UP) - A forgiving father Wednesday asked dismissal of an abduction charge he had brought three years ago against the man who took his 15-year-old daughter away and married her. In Ridgeway Felony Court the father, William Smink, clasped hands warmly with his son-inlaw, Charles M. Fonda, 33, and said he was convinced the marriage was a happy one. Early in March 1954, Fonda left with Elizabeth Smink and the couple got married in Reno, Nev. Subsequently the couple settled in a cottage at Monte Vista, Calif. Elizabeth's father filed an abduction charge against Fonda. There were no further developments in the case until Elizabeth, now 18, returned to her parents' home for a visit a few days ago. She told them that she and her husband were very happy, that he has a good job as a machinist and that they are expecting a baby in October. The father relented and asked authorities to drop the charge against Fonda. He was told however, that Fonda would have to appear in court here before it could be dismissed. Fonda returned Wednesday after waiving extradition in California and father, daughter and son-in-law met happily before Queens Magistrate Cornig G. McKennee. Family attorney Thomas LaFauci told the story. The Magistrate promptly paroled Fonda in Custody of LaFauci pending a routine hearing April 25, before which the district attorney's office must make a formal check on the case and Fonda's background. With that, father, daughter and son-in-law left arm-in-arm for the Sminks' home, Astoria, Queens. Long Beach (CA) Press-Telegram, April 18, 1957]

    Father: John Charles FONDA b: 25 NOV 1893 in New York
    Mother: Catherine A. CONNELLY b: 19 MAR 1899 in New York

    Marriage 1 Living SMINK
      1. Has No Children Living FONDA
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