Full name: Charles Clement Cresson, Jr.
Born: March 23, 1874 in San Antonio, Texas, United States
Died: February 27, 1949 in San Antonio, Texas, United States
Country: United States
Charles Cresson was a career military man, serving in the Army from 1917 until his death. Prior to that his career had been in law, and he was an assistant US district attorney. He graduated from Seely Academy, Princeton, and Columbia Law School. Cresson achieved the rank of colonel in the Army. He was buried in Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery.
|1904 Summer||30||St. Louis||Tennis||Men's Singles||United States||USA||5T|
|1904 Summer||30||St. Louis||Tennis||Men's Doubles||United States-6||USA||5T|
|1904 Summer||30||St. Louis||Tennis||United States||USA||Quarter-Finals||Match #1||2||LeRoy (USA) 2, Cresson (USA) 0||0|
|1904 Summer||30||St. Louis||Tennis||United States||USA||Round Three||Match #1||AC||Cresson (USA) bye|
|1904 Summer||30||St. Louis||Tennis||United States||USA||Round Two||Match #1||1||Cresson (USA) 2, Wheaton (USA) 0||2|
|1904 Summer||30||St. Louis||Tennis||United States-6||USA||Semp Russ||Quarter-Finals||Match #2||2||USA-1 2, USA-6 1||1|
|1904 Summer||30||St. Louis||Tennis||United States-6||USA||Semp Russ||Round One||Match #4||1||USA-6 2, USA-11 0||2|