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  2. George W. Church Sr. - Wikipedia

    George William Church, Sr. (March 30, 1887 – November 18, 1956) was an American businessman who founded Church's Chicken. Career. Church was born in Oak Grove, Missouri in 1887 to Isaac Wesley Church (1863-1952) and Mary Josephine Webb (1866-1932).

  3. George W. Church, Sr. (February 10, 1903 – May 17, 1956) was the founder of Church's Chicken. He founded the business on April 17, 1952 and willed the business to his son, George W. Church, Jr., upon his death in 1956. Prior to his retirement, he was an incubator salesman. Born in San Antonio, Texas, Church started a...

  4. Church's Chicken -- Company History

    Church's Chicken Address: 980 Hammond Drives N.E., Suite 1100 Atlanta, Georgia 30328 U.S.A. Telephone: (770) 350-3800 Toll Free: (866) 232-4402 Fax: (770) 512-3920 http://www/ Statistics: Division of AFC Enterprises, Inc. Incorporated: 1969 as Church's Fried Chicken, Inc. Employees: 7,000 (est.) Sales: $300 million (2003 est.)

  5. New Church's Chicken San Antonio historical marker

    On April 10, 1952, George W. Church Sr., a retired incubator salesman, opened his first fried chicken stand at 111 S. Alamo St. From its little window, it slung take-out chicken orders that sold...

  6. George W. Church, Sr. -

    George W. Church Sr. passes away. At the time of his death, there are four Church’s 2009 Church’s is acquired by FFL 1960s Church’s Chain GROWS TO eight stores in San Antonio 1980s...

  7. George Church - Wikipedia

    George Church (priest), Archdeacon of Malta, 1971–1975. George Church (geneticist) (born 1954), American molecular geneticist. George Earl Church (1835–1910), American civil engineer and geographer. George W. Church Sr. (1903–1956), American businessman, founder of Church's Chicken.

  8. About Us | Church’s Texas Chicken®

    In 1952, across the street from the Alamo in San Antonio, TX, George W. Church opened the first Church’s Fried Chicken To-Go. With crispy goodness, hand-crafted flavor, a can-do attitude, Churchie the loveable mascot and a jalapeño pepper on the side – George planted the seeds for what would one day become a world-renowned franchise.

  9. George William Church, Sr. (1868 - 1934) - Genealogy

    Death: October 28, 1934 (66) Immediate Family: Son of Rinehart Barnet Church and Sarah Church. Husband of Anna Frances Church and Ida Elizabeth Church. Father of Robert Rinehart Church; George William "Bill" Church Jr.; Ruth Naomi Church; Bernice Throckmorton and Margaret Rinehart. Brother of Hamilton B. Church.

  10. George Church Obituary (1932 - 2014) - San Antonio, TX - San ...

    When his father, Church's Fried Chicken founder George W. Church, Sr. died suddenly in 1956, his sons took over responsibility of running the company. In 1962, Bill assumed leadership and with...

  11. George W. Church Sr. (1845-1920) - Find a Grave Memorial

    George W. Church, a resident of Wisconsin for over 70 years, died at his home in the town of Linwood Thursday afternoon at 12:15 o'clock, following an illness of about five weeks. Death was due to old age. The deceased was born September 22, 1845, at Barnston, Quebec, Canada.

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