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Gale Family


 

Descendants of George Gale

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

        1.  Capt. George1 Gale was born in Ireland.  He married Mary McKeirnon in Ireland.  She was born in County Leitrim, Parish of Drumsville, Barony, Carrigallen.

 

Notes for Capt. George Gale:

Capt George Gale and Mary McKeirnon were married in Ireland and came to this country in January of 1799. Mary's parents traveled with them. First they were in Baltimore, Maryland and then they settled at St. John's Run, Hampshire County, Virginia and lived there about twenty years. They came to the OhioRiver Valley in 1820. They settled on the Browse Farm afterwards moving to Cow Creek. In 1840 they went to Missouri and bought a farm just below Cape Giardeau. finally every foot of the farm caved into the River.

 

Capt. Gale was a Captain of the Heavy Dragoons, first time that Mary saw him, he was draped in full uniform.  Capt. George Gale was a teacher. He owned a tavern on the National turnpike. 

 

More About Capt. George Gale:

Burial: Cape Giradeau, Missouri

 

More About Mary McKeirnon:

Burial: Cape Giradeau, Missouri

       

Children of George Gale and Mary McKeirnon are:

        2                 i.    Johnny2 Gale, born Bef. 1799 in Ireland.

        3                ii.    McKeirnon Gale, born Bef. 1799 in Ireland.

+      4               iii.    Dr. George Washington Gale, born 21 Mar 1799 in Hampshire County, Virginia; died 25 Jul 1878 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

        5               iv.    Biddie Gale, born Bet. 1800 - 1817.

        6                v.    Loretta Gale, born Bet. 1800 - 1817.

        7               vi.    Theresa Gale, born Bet. 1800 - 1817.

        8              vii.    Ellen Gale, born 10 Jul 1803; died 08 Sep 1871.  She married Samuel Hammett 22 Jun 1832; born 25 Oct 1789; died 20 May 1862.

 

More About Ellen Gale:

Burial: Hammett  Cemetery, Pleasants Co., West Virginia

 

More About Samuel Hammett:

Burial: Hammett  Cemetery, Pleasants Co., West Virginia

 

        9             viii.    Alcinda B. Gale, born 1805; died Aft. 1880 in Cape Giradeau, Missouri.

        10             ix.    Robert Gale, born 1808; died in Cole Co., Mo.  He married Acheus Butler Wells Abt. 1840; born 1813 in Tyler Co., Va.

        11              x.    Catharine Gale, born 1810; died Bef. 1880.

 

More About Catharine Gale:

Burial: Cape Giradeau, Missouri

 

        12             xi.    John S Gale, born 1812; died 26 Mar 1832.

 

More About John S Gale:

Burial: Hammett  Cemetery, Pleasants Co., West Virginia

 

        13            xii.    Constintine T. Gale, born 1816.

        14           xiii.    William H. Gale, born 1818; died Aft. 1880.

 

More About William H. Gale:

Burial: Capr Giradeau, Missouri

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

        4.  Dr. George Washington2 Gale (George1) was born 21 Mar 1799 in Hampshire County, Virginia, and died 25 Jul 1878 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.  He married Catherine Adams Wells Abt. 1836.  She was born 15 Jun 1815 in Tyler Co., Virginia, and died 06 Apr 1881 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for Dr. George Washington Gale:

Taken from the History of Washington County by H Z Williams

p 570 Dr. George W. Gale was born in New Hampshire in 1789. He emigrated to West Virginia, practicing medicine in Pleasant and Wood counties until 1825, when he came to Newport Township.

 

C. B. Galbreath, History of Ohio, Chicago: American Historical Society, 1925

GEORGE THOMAS GALE, M. D.

A remarkable record of service in one profession had been accorded by the Gale family of Washington County. Three successive generations of the Gales have practiced medicine along the Ohio River, both in Ohio and West Virginia, their services extending over a century. The middle generation is represented by Dr. George Thomas Gale of Newport, Washington County. His son is his associate and partner in practice. Doctor Gale practiced medicine where he was born December 23, 1851, and where his father began his career as a physician 102 years ago. [1823]

Doctor Gale had the distinction of being the grandson of an English dragoon who was of Irish birth, who came to the American Colonies previous to the American Revolution. He remained in the Colonies, and evidently was an enthusiastic admirer of the great leader of the War of the Revolution, since he named one of his sons George Washington Gale. In 1820, the Gale family moved over the Alleghany Mountains to Raven Rock, in what is now West Virginia, just six miles above the present location of Newport, Ohio. The old English soldier still later moved on further west and spent his last days at Cape Girardeau.

George Washington Gale, the pioneer of the family in the medical profession, was born on the Potomac River in Hampshire County, now West Virginia, in 1798. He started medicine in Baltimore under the famous physician, Dr. Nathan R. Smith, who was associated with the University of Maryland. While his home was over the river in West Virginia, his practice from the first extended to the country on the Ohio side, including what is now Newport in Washington County and finally in 1840, he moved to that town and lived there until his death in 1876.

He was a fine type of the old country physician and surgeon, a man of rugged physique and great endurance with the utmost devotion to duty. His practice extended up and down both sides of the river for a distance of forty miles, extending will back into the hills. His trips frequently took him away from home for days at a time, and he crossed back and forth over the Ohio River in canoes, swimming his horse behind. In spite of the exposure and hardships of such an occupation he reached the good old age of seventy-nine. He was a democrat in politics; the family then, as now were Catholic.

Dr. George Washington Gale married Katherine Wells, who died at the age of sixty-seven. Her father was Nicholas Wells, a farmer at Long Beach, West Virginia. Six sons and six daughters were born to George Washington Gale and his wife. The five now living are: Alcinda B. and Rachel, who occupy the old family home at Newport; Nicholas Wells Gale, a retired farmer; Constantine, who graduated from the Jefferson Medical College at Philadelphia, and practiced at Pittsburgh and New Brighton, Pennsylvania, and now is retired; and George Thomas.

 Four of his sons of George Washington Gale are members of the medical profession. Of those deceased, one was Dr. John Whitten Gale, who graduated from Jefferson Medical College, practiced for some years at Hamilton Ohio, and was serving as coroner of Butler County when his official duties included the inquest over the noted attorney Vallandigham who in 1871 met death in the accidental discharge of a pistol in his own hand in the courtroom, with which he was illustrating his theory of the manner in which a homicide had taken place. The other deceased children of George Washington Gale were: Mary who died at the age of twenty years; Veronica, wife of Dr. Stephenson of Parkersburg, West Virginia; Ellen, who died when forty-eight; Ada, who was the wife of William Kelley, a foundrymen at Parkersburg, West Virginia; Dr. Hammitt Gale, who received training in Baltimore where he practiced dentistry in that city, and Dr. Bernard Gale, a graduate of Baltimore Medical College, and was associated in practice with his brother, George T., until his death in 1892.

 

Dr.. George Washington Gale came to Newport in 1921. His office was located on Mulberrry Street, the present site of the Nightengale Baseball Field, behind the fire department. The tree is still standing. The house was torn down after the 1913 flood.

 

More About Dr. George Washington Gale:

Burial: Hammett  Cemetery, Pleasants Co., West Virginia

 

More About Catherine Adams Wells:

Burial: Hammett Cemetery, Pleasants Co., West Virginia

       

Children of George Gale and Catherine Wells are:

        15               i.    Dr. John Witten3 Gale, born 1838 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 1871 in Butler Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for Dr. John Witten Gale:

A doctor practing medicine among the people of the Ohio Valley, he was appointed postmaster on 24 Oct 1857.

 

        16              ii.    Mary Gale, born 06 Feb 1839 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 26 Mar 1860.

 

Notes for Mary Gale:

Hammett Cemetery - Gale, Mary; b:____ - March 26, 1860 - 21yr 1m 20d - d/o G. W. & C. A. Gale

 

 

More About Mary Gale:

Burial: Hammett  Cemetery, Pleasants Co., West Virginia

 

        17             iii.    Alcinda B Gale, born Feb 1841 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 1931 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

 

More About Alcinda B Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

        18             iv.    Rachel Gale, born Nov 1843 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 1928 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

 

More About Rachel Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

        19              v.    Ellen Gale, born Jun 1845 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 1909 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

 

More About Ellen Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

+      20             vi.    Dr Nicholas Wells Gale, born Dec 1846 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 1924.

+      21            vii.    Veronica Gale, born 1847 in Newport Township, Washington Co., Ohio; died 1890 in Parkersburg, Wood, Co. West Virginia.

        22           viii.    Dr Constantine T. Gale, born 28 Jan 1850; died 28 Jun 1934 in Burial, Newport Cem..  He married Lucy Stephenson; born 1856; died 1937.

 

Notes for Dr Constantine T. Gale:

Graduated from Jefferson Medical School in Philadelphia, PA in 1878. Following his graduation, he practed medicine at Parkersburg, WV, Cape  Girardeau, MO, and at New Brighton, PA for over 30 years. After which he returned to Ohio and made his home in Zanesville. His funeral services were held in the old Gale home.

 

+      23             ix.    Dr. George Thomas Gale, born 22 Dec 1852 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 09 Oct 1946 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

+      24              x.    Dr. Samuel Hammett Xavier Gale, born 1853 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died in Baltimore, Maryland.

        25             xi.    Ada Gale, born 1856 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 13 Nov 1895 in Parkersburg, Wood, Co. West Virginia.  She married William Henry Francis Kelly; died in Parkersburg, Wood, Co. West Virginia.

+      26            xii.    Dr. Charles Bernard Gale, born 07 Feb 1858 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 18 Dec 1892 in Newport; Burial, Newport Cemetery.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

        20.  Dr Nicholas Wells3 Gale (George Washington2, George1) was born Dec 1846 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 1924.  He married Fairie E. McKinzie.  She was born 1855, and died 1924.

 

More About Dr Nicholas Wells Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

       

Children of Nicholas Gale and Fairie McKinzie are:

        27               i.    Con T.4 Gale.

        28              ii.    Lucy Gale.

        29             iii.    William Gale, born Jan 1887 in West Virginia.

 

 

        21.  Veronica3 Gale (George Washington2, George1) was born 1847 in Newport Township, Washington Co., Ohio, and died 1890 in Parkersburg, Wood, Co. West Virginia.  She married Dr. James McNeil Stephenson 20 Nov 1866.  He was born Aug 1840 in West Virginia, and died Aft. 1900 in Parkersburg, Wood, Co. West Virginia.

       

Children of Veronica Gale and James Stephenson are:

        30               i.    Edward G.4 Stephenson.

 

More About Edward G. Stephenson:

Occupation: 1900, Druggest

 

        31              ii.    Katherine Stephenson, born Oct 1870.

        32             iii.    Mary B. Stephenson, born Feb 1876.

        33             iv.    Adah G. Stephenson, born 1879.

        34              v.    Eleanor H. Stephenson, born Mar 1882.

 

More About Eleanor H. Stephenson:

Nickname: Nell

 

        35             vi.    Gale G. Stephenson, born Oct 1883.

        36            vii.    Charles Stephenson, born Jun 1885.

        37           viii.    Monica Stephenson, born Jun 1888.

 

 

        23.  Dr. George Thomas3 Gale (George Washington2, George1) was born 22 Dec 1852 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 09 Oct 1946 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.  He married Myra Catherine Hays 06 Feb 1883 in Washington Co., OH, daughter of Richard Hays and Maria(h) Greene.  She was born 19 Jul 1858 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 01 Aug 1933 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

 

Notes for Dr. George Thomas Gale:

C. B. Galbreath, History of Ohio, Chicago: American Historical Society, 1925

George Thomas Gale acquired his early education in the home schools at Newport, began the study of medicine in his father's office, and then took his course of lectures in Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, where he graduated in 1874, just half a century ago. One of his schoolmates was Dr. W. L. West of New Matamoras, Ohio, and they practiced together a year ad have been lifelong friends. Doctor Gale is an accomplished man in his profession and has taken post-graduate work in Philadelphia Polyclinic. He was associated with his father until the latter's death, and then spent a year with Doctor West in New Matamoras, and afterward he resumed his work at Newport. He has been a member of the Washington County Medical Society since its organization, belongs to the Ohio State and American Medical associations, was for years president of the local school board and has been a member of the Pension Examining Board since the Wilson Administration. He has been county democratic executive committeeman and his family is members of St. Mary's Church. Doctor Gale was a volunteer during the Spanish-American war. For thirty years he has been successfully identified with oil production in Ohio, West Virginia and Illinois. His hobby is good horses, and his fondness for them has been little diminished by the general introduction of the automobile. Doctor Gale married Miss Myra Hays, daughter of Richard and Maria Greene Hays, who were pioneers in this part of Ohio. Mrs. Gale is a direct descendant of [Judge Philip Greene], and a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Three children were born to them, the only daughter dying in infancy. The son, George Hays Gale, born in 1883, was a graduate of Jefferson Medical College in 1906, at Philadelphia, and is now carrying some of the heavier burdens of practice for his father.

The other son, Larry Richard Gale, attended lectures at Jefferson Medical College, but graduated in medicine from the University at Cincinnati. During World War I, he was in training as a medical officer at Fort Riley, Kansas and at Fort Beauregard, Louisiana, and achieved the rank of Lieutenant in the Army Medical Corps. He rendered notable service and had been ordered for oversees duty with the Army division that had been stationed at Panama, but the influenza outbreak caused him to be detailed for service with the troops in home camps, and he never went overseas. This distinguished physician died September 23, 1923.


 

More About Dr. George Thomas Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

More About Myra Catherine Hays:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

       

Children of George Gale and Myra Hays are:

+      38               i.    Dr. George Hays4 Gale, born 06 Nov 1883 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 10 Nov 1967 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

        39              ii.    Marie H Gale, born 17 Oct 1887 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 22 Oct 1887 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

 

More About Marie H Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

+      40             iii.    Dr. Larry Richard Gale, born 28 Feb 1891 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 23 Sep 1923 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

 

 

        24.  Dr. Samuel Hammett Xavier3 Gale (George Washington2, George1) was born 1853 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died in Baltimore, Maryland.  He married Mary G Wright.  She was born Abt. 1854 in Maryland.

 

Notes for Dr. Samuel Hammett Xavier Gale:

A Dentist

 

More About Dr. Samuel Hammett Xavier Gale:

Occupation: Dentist

Residence: 1880, Baltimore, Maryland

       

Child of Samuel Gale and Mary Wright is:

        41               i.    Hammett E.4 Gale, born Abt. 1878.

 

 

        26.  Dr. Charles Bernard3 Gale (George Washington2, George1) was born 07 Feb 1858 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 18 Dec 1892 in Newport; Burial, Newport Cemetery.  He married Margaret Grant Hadley 24 Jan 1883 in Washington Co., OH, daughter of John Hadley and Margaret Scott.  She was born 29 Jan 1865 in Belpre, Washington Co., Ohio, and died 1950 in Newport; Burial, Newport Cemetery.

 

Notes for Dr. Charles Bernard Gale:

He was a Physician and Surgeon, a member of the firm of the Gale Brothers, Inc., in Newport. He was educated in Newport, and began the study of medicine at the age of 22, under the tutelage of his brother, George T., who was the senior member of the firm. He was a graduate at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore,  in the class of 1881. He formed a partnership with this brother at Newport, and entered at once upon the practice. He was actively engaged ever since, and was recognized as one of the rising young physicians on the county. He was a member of the Washington County and Ohio State Medical Associations. He served as corner of the county for one year, and township treasurer for tow years. He was president of the Newport Mill Company and was favorably known as a good business man.

 

More About Margaret Grant Hadley:

Name 2: Margaret G. Hadley

       

Child of Charles Gale and Margaret Hadley is:

        42               i.    Mary Bernardine4 Gale, born 12 May 1884 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 15 Dec 1973 in Newport; Burial, Newport Cemetery.

 

Notes for Mary Bernardine Gale:

never married. She was a mute and an artist.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

        38.  Dr. George Hays4 Gale (George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born 06 Nov 1883 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 10 Nov 1967 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.  He married Carolyn Elizabeth McGrew 24 Apr 1918 in Washington Co., Ohio, daughter of Frank McGrew and Laura Brown.  She was born 24 Apr 1889 in Chicora, Butler Co., Pennsylvania, and died 24 Aug 1963 in Washington County, Ohio.

 

Notes for Dr. George Hays Gale:

C. B. Galbreath, History of Ohio, Chicago: American Historical Society, 1925

 Dr. George Hays Gale was chairman of the war board in Newport Township, received a Lieutenant's commission on October 17, 1918, but the armistice was signed before he was called to duty

 

Dr. George H. Gale was a graduate of Newport High School in 1901. He continued his education at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, graduating in 1906 at the age of 22. He began his practice in 1906 in partnership with his father. He wore our six horses, two sleds, two harness buggies and twenty six cars. He delivered 1, 755 babies including twenty sets of twins on the homes. He was honored on This is Your Life on television in California in 1957. He served on the Newport Board of Education 1930-1940. President and director of Pleasants County Bank. He was a member of the Washington County Medical Association, and the Ohio Medical Association. He was a fourth degree Knights of Columbus, and member of the St. Luke's Catholic Church. His hobbies were hunting, fishing, harness horses, and collection Indian relics. Dr. George, a tall slender, white haired affectionate man truly the "Country Doctor."

 

More About Dr. George Hays Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

More About Carolyn Elizabeth McGrew:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

       

Children of George Gale and Carolyn McGrew are:

+      43               i.    George Thomas (Tom) II5 Gale, born 16 May 1919 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 27 Jan 1990 in Parkersburg, Wood, Co. West Virginia.

+      44              ii.    Mary Carolyn Gale, born 1921 in Washington Co OH.

+      45             iii.    Kathyrn McGrew Gale, born 1922 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

+      46             iv.    Dr. Larrey Bernard Gale, born 05 May 1924 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 20 Mar 1984 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.

        47              v.    Nina Alice Gale, born 19 May 1926 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio; died 18 Sep 1987.

 

More About Nina Alice Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

 

        40.  Dr. Larry Richard4 Gale (George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born 28 Feb 1891 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 23 Sep 1923 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.  He married Alice Elizabeth Neptune 10 Jun 1920, daughter of A. E. Neptune.  She was born 28 Sep 1897, and died 1984.

 

More About Dr. Larry Richard Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

More About Alice Elizabeth Neptune:

Burial: Mound Cemetery

       

Children of Larry Gale and Alice Neptune are:

        48               i.    William Hammet5 Gale, born Abt. 1922; died Bef. 1988.

+      49              ii.    Larry Richard II Gale, born 28 Feb 1921 in Washington Co., Ohio; died 09 Nov 1989 in Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO.

+      50             iii.    Mary Elizabeth Gale, born Abt. 1924.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

        43.  George Thomas (Tom) II5 Gale (George Hays4, George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born 16 May 1919 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 27 Jan 1990 in Parkersburg, Wood, Co. West Virginia.  He married (1) Julia Ceclila Yeater 1942, daughter of Clarence Yeater and Grace Dayton.  She was born 1920.  He married (2) Pauline Freed 1975, daughter of Floyd Freed and Theresa Schneider. 

 

More About George Thomas (Tom) II Gale:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

 

More About Julia Ceclila Yeater:

Education: Graduated from St. Joseph's School of Nursing, Parkersburg, WV

       

Children of George Gale and Julia Yeater are:

        51               i.    Carolyn Anne6 Gale.

        52              ii.    George Thomas (Tom ) Jr. Gale.  He married Carole Meehan.

        53             iii.    Judy Catharine Gale.  She married Richard Parrish.

        54             iv.    Mary Ellen (Patty) Gale.  She married Michael Evans.

        55              v.    Michael Patrick Gale.  He married Jocelyn Maruk.

        56             vi.    Myra Joanne(Jody) Gale.  She married Richard Lee Hewitt.

        57            vii.    David Lewis (Dave) Gale.  He married Jennifer Fraley.

        58           viii.    Anthony Bernard (Tony) Gale.  He married Rebecca Coyler.

 

 

        44.  Mary Carolyn5 Gale (George Hays4, George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born 1921 in Washington Co OH.  She married John Hurley 1948.  He was born 1921.

       

Child of Mary Gale and John Hurley is:

        59               i.    Gale Ann6 Hurley, born 1949.  She married Anthony LeRoy.

 

 

        45.  Kathyrn McGrew5 Gale (George Hays4, George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born 1922 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.  She married William Abbot Wren 04 Nov 1948.  He was born 28 Sep 1909, and died 06 Nov 1981.

 

More About Kathyrn McGrew Gale:

Nickname: Kitty

 

More About William Abbot Wren:

Burial: Newport Cemetery

       

Child of Kathyrn Gale and William Wren is:

        60               i.    William A. II6 Wren.

 

 

        46.  Dr. Larrey Bernard5 Gale (George Hays4, George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born 05 May 1924 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio, and died 20 Mar 1984 in Newport Township,  Washington Co., Ohio.  He married (1) Millicent Kuhlman 1949.    He married (2) Cheryl Walton 1982. 

 

More About Dr. Larrey Bernard Gale:

Burial: St. Marys Catholic Cemetery, Marietta, Ohio

       

Children of Larrey Gale and Millicent Kuhlman are:

        61               i.    Mary Margaret6 Gale.

        62              ii.    Michael Gale.

 

       

Children of Larrey Gale and Cheryl Walton are:

        63               i.    Kathleen6 Gale.

        64              ii.    Larrey W Gale.

 

 

        49.  Larry Richard II5 Gale (Larry Richard4, George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born 28 Feb 1921 in Washington Co., Ohio, and died 09 Nov 1989 in Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO.  He married Norma Schultheis 04 Apr 1942, daughter of Jacob Schultheis and Chloe Thompson.  She was born 07 Jan 1922 in Newport Ohio, and died 01 Mar 1988 in Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO.

 

More About Larry Richard II Gale:

Name 2: Larry R. Gale

Date born 2: 1921

       

Children of Larry Gale and Norma Schultheis are:

        65               i.    Maureen6 Gale, born in Of Jefferson City MO.  She married Richard Hayes.

        66              ii.    Larry Richard III Gale, born in Of Kirkwood.  He married Susan.

 

 

        50.  Mary Elizabeth5 Gale (Larry Richard4, George Thomas3, George Washington2, George1) was born Abt. 1924.  She married Theodore Klein. 

       

Child of Mary Gale and Theodore Klein is:

        67               i.    Mary A6 Klein.  She married Stout.