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Individual Narrative of William Alexander Cale

William Alexander Cale was a farmer and turpentine worker. He was born on 1 Mar 1870 at Seaboard ?, Washington County, Alabama. He married Sarah Eliza Harris, daughter of (______) Harris and (______) Jones, on 26 Jun 1894 at Seaboard, Washington County, Alabama. He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1900 at Sims Chapel, Washington County, Alabama. He appeared on the census of 1 Jan 1920 at Chunchula, Mobile County, Alabama. He died on 22 Mar 1938 at Chunchula ?, Mobile County, Alabama, at age 68.

Research: According to researcher's mother's notes: William was apparently an ophan and his father or grandfather possibly fought in the Indian and Civil War. Berry Cale witnessed William's marriage. William signed his name W. M. Cale.

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Alabama land patents have been located for Will Cale, dated 25 Oct 1897, Dan Cale, dated 22 May 1899, and Berry Cale, dated 07 Dec 1899 all in Washington Co., AL.

Will and Dan Cale were neighbors in Sims Chapel, Washington Co., AL during the 1900 census. Berry and Dan Cale were neighbors on Mt. Vernon Road, Mobile Co., AL during the 1910 census. Will Cale was living in Chunchula, Mobile Co., AL during the 1920 census.



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