Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson

M, #308, b. 16 May 1937, d. 6 December 1986
FatherVernon "Vern" Thompson b. 19 Feb 1889, d. 16 Oct 1954
MotherVenna Elizabeth Stansell b. 10 Jun 1902, d. 28 Feb 1987
RelationshipGranduncle of Kellie Sue Thompson
FamilyThe Thompson Family
ChartsSamuel Thorton King Descendants
Jesse Stansell Descendants
Lewis Thompson Descendants
Alexander Waggonner Descendants
     Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson was born on 16 May 1937 at Truth, Madison, Arkansas. He was the son of Vernon "Vern" Thompson and Venna Elizabeth Stansell. Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson died on 6 December 1986 at age 49. He was buried on 10 December 1986 at Friendship Cemetery, Springdale, Washington, Arkansas.
Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson's obituary was published in December 1986 . Venna Elizabeth Thompson, Crawford Herman Thompson, Estelle Pearl Stamps, Ruth B Griggs, Dixie Elzey, Lenora Floye Butler and Geneva Rose "Rosie" Dolph were listed as survivors in the obituary. Vernon "Vern" Thompson preceded Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson death.
Charles Thompson

Charles W. Thompson, 49, of Springdale died Dec. 6, 1986 at Springdale. He was born May 16, 1937, in Truth, the son of Vernon Sr. and Venna Stansell Thompson. He was a Baptist and a supervisor for Tyson Foods Inc. hatchery on Randall Road.

Survivors include his widow, Patricia Jaro Thompson of the home; two sons, Jeffrey Thompson and Steven Thompson of Springdale; one daughter, Patty Hatfield of Rogers; his mother, Venna Thompson of Huntsville; two brothers, Crawford Thompson and John Thompson of Springdale; six sisters, Estelle Stamps of Lowell, Goldie Nobles of Howe, Okla., Ruth Griggs and Dixie Elzey of Huntsville, Floye Butler of Springdale and Rosie Dolph of Tulsa; and two grandchildren, Jaime Jo Hatfield and Jennifer Sonja Hatfield of Rogers.

Services were Wednesday, Dec. 10 at Sisco Chapel of Springdale with burial in Friendship Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to NARTI or the Hospice Foundation.

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Charles W. Thompson, 49, of Springdale died Dec. 6, 1986 at Springdale. He was born May 16, 1937, in Truth, the son of Vernon Sr. and Venna Stansell Thompson. Thompson. He was a Baptist and a supervisor for Tyson Foods Inc. hatchery on Randall Road. Survivors include his widow, Patricia Jaro Thompson of the home; two sons, Jeffrey Thompson Thompson and Steven Thompson of Springdale; one daughter, Patty
Hatfield of Rogers; his mother,' Venna Thompson of Huntsville; two brothers, Crawford Thompson Thompson and" John Thompson of Springdale; six sisters, Estelle Stamps of Lowell, Gpldie Nobles of Howe, Okla., Ruth Griggs and Dixie Elzey of Huntsville, Floye Butler of Springdale and Rosie Dolph of Tulsa; and two grandchildren, Jamie Jo Hatfield and Jennifer Sonja Hatfield of Rogers. Services were Wednesday, Dec. 10 at Sisco Chapel of Springdale with burial in Friendship Cemetery. Cemetery. Memorials may be made to NARTI or the Hospice Foundation. Foundation.

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     Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson appeared on the 1940 Federal Census Carroll, Arkansas in the household of his parents, Vernon "Vern" Thompson and Venna Elizabeth Thompson.
1940 United States Federal Census about Vernon Thompson
Name:     Vernon Thompson
Respondent:     Yes
Age:     51
Estimated Birth Year:     abt 1889
Gender:     Male
Race:     White
Birthplace:     Texas
Marital Status:     Married
Relation to Head of House:     Head
Home in 1940:     Dry Fork, Carroll, Arkansas
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Farm:     Yes
Inferred Residence in 1935:     Dry Fork, Carroll, Arkansas
Residence in 1935:     Same Place
Sheet Number:     2A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:     30
Neighbors:     View others on page
Household Members:     
Name     Age
Vernon Thompson     51
Venna Thomson     36
Galda Thomson     17
Claud Thomson     16
Crawford Thomson     12
Dixie Thompson     11
Vernon Thompson     9
Floyd Thompson     7
Rosie Thompson     5
Charles Thompson     2
Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Dry Fork, Carroll, Arkansas; Roll: T627_121; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 8-10.
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. 1940 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls.
1940 United States Federal Census about Vernon Thompson
Name:     Vernon Thompson
Respondent:     Yes
Age:     51
Estimated Birth Year:     abt 1889
Gender:     Male
Race:     White
Birthplace:     Texas
Marital Status:     Married
Relation to Head of House:     Head
Home in 1940:     Dry Fork, Carroll, Arkansas
View Map
Farm:     Yes
Inferred Residence in 1935:     Dry Fork, Carroll, Arkansas
Residence in 1935:     Same Place
Sheet Number:     2A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:     30
Neighbors:     View others on page
Household Members:     
Name     Age
Vernon Thompson     51
Venna Thomson     36
Galda Thomson     17
Claud Thomson     16
Crawford Thomson     12
Dixie Thompson     11
Vernon Thompson     9
Floyd Thompson     7
Rosie Thompson     5
Charles Thompson     2
Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Dry Fork, Carroll, Arkansas; Roll: T627_121; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 8-10.
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. 1940 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls.
His father Vernon "Vern" Thompson died on 16 October 1954 at Springdale, Washington, Arkansas.
Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson of the home in Springdale, Washington County, Arkansas was listed in Vernon "Vern" Thompson's obituary on 17 October 1954 as a surviving son.
Vernon Thompson Dies October 16; Rites at Kingston

Vernon Thompson, 65, died Saturday morning. October 16 at 1:30 a.m. at his home in Springdale after a long illness.

He was born February 19, 1889 at Perrie Lee, Texas but had been a resident of Arkansas for 62 years. Mr. Thompson was converted some time ago and had lived a devoted Christian life since.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Venna Thompson, six sons and six daughters, Archie Thompson, Greenfield, Calif., Crawford Thompson, Springdale, Vernon Thompson Jr., Tulsa, Okla., Claude Thompson, Huntsville, John Carl and Charlie of the home; Mrs. Lenora Butler, Springdale, Mrs. Ruth Griggs, Kingston, Mrs. Estelle Cook, Springdale, Mrs. Goldie Nobles and Mrs. Rosie Dolph of Tulsa, Okla. and Mrs. Dixie Calico, Huntsville; three brothers, Fields Thompson, Shreveport, La. and George Thompson, Greenville, Texas; one sister, Lizzie Stroud of Huntsville, and 22 grandchildren.

Graveside services conducted by Rev. Noel Easterling were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Kingston. Burial was in the Kingston cemetery under the direction of the Brashears Funeral Home.

Pallbearers were D.L. Thompson, Melton Thompson, Olen Thompson, Melvin Stroud, Bea Stroud and Earnest Combs.



Family Photo Venna and Charlie at Vernon Thompson's Grave in Kingston Cemetery

Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson of Springdale, Washington, Arkansas was listed in Vernon "Pete" Thompson Jr.'s obituary in February 1980 as a surviving brother.
Vernon J. "Pete" Thompson, 49, of Howe, Oklahoma, died February 25 in Sparks Memorial Hospital in Fort Smith. Born February 2, 1931, at Truth (Madison County), he was the son of Vernon and Vena Stansell Thompson. He was a member of Victory Baptist Church in Howe, was a veteran of Korea and was an employee of Arkansas Best Freight Co., in Fort Smith.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Linda Sue Sisk Thompson of the home; two sons, Randall Thompson of Howe, Oklahoma, and James Thompson of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Brenda Ally of Chouteau, Oklahoma, Mrs. Trena Sommers of Poteau, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Reela Calihan of Heavener, Oklahoma; his mother of Springdale; five brothers, Archie Thompson of Greenfield, California, Claude Thompson of Kingston, Crawford Thompson, John Thompson and Charles Thompson of Springdale; six sisters, Mrs. Estelle Freeman of Lowell, Mrs. Goldie Nobles of Howe, Oklahoma, Mrs. Ruth Griggs and Mrs. Dixie Elsey of Huntsville, Mrs. Floye Butler of Springdale and Mrs. Rose Wright of Tulsa, Oklahoma; and two grandchildren.

Services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 27, in Downum Funeral Home, Heavener, Oklahoma. Burial was in Howe, Oklahoma Cemetery.

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V. J. "Pete" Thompson Vernon J . "Pete" Thompson, 49, of Howe, Oklahoma, died February 25 in Sparks Memorial Memorial Hospital in Fort Smith. Born February 2, 1931, at Truth (Madison County), he was the son of Vernon and Vena Stansell Thompson. He was a member of Victory Baptist Church in Howe, was a veteran of Korea and was an employee of Arkansas Best Freight Co., in Fort Smith. , Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Linda Sue Sisk Thompson Thompson of the home; two sons, Randall Thompson of Howe, Oklahoma, and James Thompson Thompson of the home; three daughters, daughters, Mrs. Brenda Ally of Chouteau, Oklahoma, Mrs. Trena Sommers of Poteau, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Reela t Calihan of Heavener, Oklahoma; Oklahoma; his mother, of Spring-dale; Spring-dale; Spring-dale; five brothers, Archie Thompson of Greenfield, California, California, Claude Thompson of Kingston, Crawford Thompson, Thompson, John . Thompson and Charles Thompson of Spring-dale; Spring-dale; Spring-dale; six sisters, Mrs. Estelle Freeman of Lowell, Mrs. Goldie Nobles of Howe, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, Mrs. Ruth Griggs and Mrs. Dixie Elsey of Huntsville, Huntsville, Mrs. Floye Butler of Springdale and Mrs. Rose Wright of Tulsa, Oklahoma; and two grandchildren." Services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 27, in Downum Funeral Home, Heavener, Oklahoma. Burial was in Howe, Oklahoma Cemetery. Cemetery.

Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson of Springdale, Washington, Arkansas was listed in Archie Thompson's obituary in March 1981 as a surviving brother.
Archie L. Thompson

Archie Lee Thompson, 66, of Greenfield, Calif., died Feb. 25 at Greenfield.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruby Bradshaw Thompson of the home; seven children: four brothers, John Thompson, Crawford Thompson, Charlie Thompson of Springdale, Claude Thompson of Kingston; six sisters, Mrs. Estelle Truman of Lowell, Mrs. Golda Nobles of Howe, Okla., Mrs. Dixie Elsey and Mrs. Ruth Griggs of Huntsville, Mrs. Floy Butler of Springdale and Mrs. Rosie Daulph of Tulsa, Okla.; his stepmother, Mrs. Verna Thompson of Springdale; and 19 grandchildren.

Services were Tuesday, March 3, in Nelson Funeral Home in Green Forest. Burial was in Rule Cemetery.

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Charles Winford "Charlie" Thompson of Springdale, Washington, Arkansas was listed in Claud William Thompson's obituary on 7 May 1984 as a surviving brother.
Rev. Claud William Thompson

The Rev. Claud William Thompson, 60, of Route 2, Huntsville, died May 3, 1984 at the Huntsville Memorial Hospital. He was born Jan. 24, 1924 at Truth, the son of Vernon and Uenna Stansell Thompson. He was an ordained minister of the Old Union Association of United Baptists and was a member of the New Home United Baptist Church at Lower Campground.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Juanita Parker Thompson of the home; three sons, Johnny Lee Thompson and David Thompson, both of the home and Gary Thompson of Berryville; one daughter, Mrs. Judy Houston of Berryville; his mother, Mrs. Uenna Thompson of Springdale; three brothers, John Thompson, Charles Thompson, and Crawford Thompson, all of Springdale; six sisters, Mrs. Goldie Nobles of Howe, Okla., Mrs. Rosie Wright of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Ruth Griggs and Mrs. Dixie Elzey, both of Huntsville, Mrs. Flawie Butler and Mrs. Estelle Stamps, both of Springdale; one grandson, Lyndell Thompson of Berryville and one granddaughter, Miss LaTasha Thompson of Berryville.

Funeral services were held Monday, May 7, at the Kingston Community Church with the Rev. Alvin Reynolds officiating. Burial was in the Kingston Cemetery under the direction of Brashears Funeral Home.

Pallbearers were J.B. Yarbrough, Eugene Bohannan, Donald Smith, Dale Houston, Dennis Davis, and Bud Cline.

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Rev. Claud William Thompson The Rev. Claud William Thompson, 60, of Route 2, Huntsville, died May 3, 1984 at the Huntsville Memorial Hospital. Hospital. He was born Jan. 24, 1924 at Truth, the son of Vernon and Uenna Stansell Thompson. He . was an ordained minister of the Old Union Associa- Associa- tion of United Baptists, and was a member of the New Home United Baptist Baptist Church at Lower Campground. Survivors include - his wife, Mrs. Juanita Parker Thompson of the home; three sons, Johnny Lee Thompson and David Thompson, both of the home and Gary Thompson Thompson 'of BerryviUe; one daughter, Mrs. Judy Hduston of Benyville; his mother, Mrs. Uenna Thompson of Springdale; three . brothers, John Thompson, Charles Thompson, Thompson, and Crawford Thompson, all of Spring-dale; Spring-dale; Spring-dale; six sisters, Mrs. Goldie Nobles of Howe, Okla., Mrs. Rosie Wright if Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Ruth Griggs and Mrs. Dixie Elzey, both of Huntsville, Mrs. Flawie -Cutler -Cutler and Mrs. EstcIIe Stamps, both of Spring-dale; Spring-dale; Spring-dale; one grandson, Lyndell Lyndell Thompson of Derry-ville Derry-ville Derry-ville and one granddau-h-ter, granddau-h-ter, granddau-h-ter, granddau-h-ter, granddau-h-ter, Miss LaTashaThorrp-son LaTashaThorrp-son LaTashaThorrp-son of IksTyvil'e. , " Funeral services v- v- ere held Monday, May 7, tt the Kingston Cor.mur.jy Church ith the Rev.