Charlie (C.H.) Morris was born and raised in Frisco City, AL in 1942. He began making crude-looking knives from files and plow blades around 1955. After serving in the U.S.M.C., he worked in a local fabric mill until 1970. He began classes in air conditioning and refrigeration and, upon completion, began a career as an appliance repairman with Sears in 1972. It was around this time that he started making knives that were closer to today's standards. In 1986, he became a full-time maker. Two years later he became a voting member of the Knifemakers Guild. In 2002 his son Jason joined him in the art of knifemaking. Jason's experience in art has brought a whole new direction to Charlie's knives. Charlie resides in Frisco City, Alabama with his lovely wife, Emily and their cat, Morris.