When David Williams Crockett was born on August 24, 1924,  in Arkansas, his father, Frank Quinn Crockett, was 31 and his mother, Nellie Williams Crockett, was 28.  He had one son and three daughters with Emily Sue Hodges.  He died on December 1, 2009, in Dothan, Alabama, at the age of 85.

Birth:  David Williams Crockett was born on August 24, 1924, in Arkansas to Nellie Williams Crockett, age 28, and Frank Quinn Crockett, age 31.

Great Mississippi Flood of 1927:  David was living in Arkansas around the time the Mississippi River flooded and forced hundreds of thousands to flee.

Birth of Sister: His sister Martha was born in 1928 in Mississippi when David was 4 years old.

Residence:  David lived in Tunica, MS, in 1930.

The Social Impact of the First “New Deal”: The government programs started by the first “New Deal” in 1933 may have assisted David Williams Crockett from Farmington, Missouri.

Residence:  He lived in Farmington, Missouris, in 1935.

Residence:  David lived in Fayette, Missouri, on April 1, 1940.

Military:  David served in the military on December 11, 1942, when he was 18 years old.

Residence:  David lived in Tuscaloosa, AL, in 1943.

Birth of Son:  His son Commander Phillip Anthony was born on March 7, 1950, in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

Death of Father:  His father Frank passed away in March 1977 in Covington, TN, at the age of 84.

Death of Mother:  His mother Nellie passed away in March 1977 in Covington, TN, at the age of 81.

David died on December 1, 2009, in Dothan, AL, when he was 85 years old.  He is buried at Sunset Memorial Park in Midland City, AL.