Charles Lezenby registered for the draft at Burlington County, New Jersey, on 12 September, 1918 (WWI Draft):
Charles Taylor Lezenby, 528 Main, Riverton, NJAt the time of the 1920 Census, 1 January, Charles was single and living at home, however on 1920 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Phila M), he married EVELYN M. BYTHEWAY, who was born in England about 1903/4 (1930 census).
18 b. Dec 15, 1899 white, native born
groundman, Penna RR, 100 S Christian Ave, ... NJ
rel: Anna Lezenby
The 1930 census (1321:14B) reported this family at 939 Cedar Street, Camden, New Jersey:
|Lezenby, Charles T.||head||M||W||30||M||NJ||NJ||NJ||clerk,
|Lezenby, Evelyn M.||wife||F||W||26||M||England||England||England||none|
|Lezenby, Charles T., Jr.||son||M||W||9||S||PA||NJ||England||none|
|Lezenby, Philip R.||son||M||W||8||S||NJ||NJ||England||none|
|Lezenby, Walter J.||son||M||W||5||S||NJ||NJ||England||none|
|Lezenby, Evelyn D.||daughter||F||W||3||S||NJ||NJ||England||none|
|Lezenby, Gladys E.||daughter||F||W||1||S||NJ||NJ||England||none|
The household also included three boarders. Charles and Evelyn were married at ages 19 and 15 respectively.
Charles T. Lezenby died on November 1975, a resident of Palmyra, Burlington County, New Jersey (SSDI).
Charles T. Lezenby and his wife Evelyn had the following children:
enl. 7 Nov 1942 Camden, NJ
Warrant officer USA Private
for duration plus 6 months
4 yrs High School, single, no dependents, ht 70 wt 133
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