Charles A. Lindbergh

Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Feb 4, 1902 – Aug 26, 1974

His father was a lawyer who was elected to the US House of Representatives who remarried after his first wife died. Charles's mother taught high school chemistry.

In 1929, Charles married Anne Morrow, the daughter of one of Lindbergh's financial advisers who was the US Ambassador to Mexico. Together they had six children. While the couple stayed married for the rest of their lives, Charles had affairs that resulted in children with three other women.

Lindbergh died on the Hawaiian island of Maui in 1974; Anne Morrow died in 2001 in Barnet, Vermont.

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Peterson, Melissa. "Lindbergh, Charles A. (1902-1974)." MNopedia, March 30, 2016.