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Re: Hale family in Guaymas
Posted by: Martha Hale Nava (ID *****6969) Date: December 22, 2006 at 00:31:16
In Reply to: Re: Hale family in Guaymas by Horacio Vazquez of 413

Charles Egbert Hale was born in the United States. His family lived in Schuyler County, Illinois. He was appointed the 4th sheriff of Los Angeles. He served his entire term and said he was going to Mexico and was going to marry a Mexican woman. His first wife was Adelaida Rodriguez. He had 5 children named Abraham, Adelaida, J.Carlos, Matilde, and Edmundo. He was an American Consul for about 24 years. His wife Adelaida passed away and later on he married Maria Rodriguez and has 2 sons with her. Pedro Hale and Charles R. Hale he passed away around 1897 and is buried in Guaymas Sonora, Mexico. Charles Egbert Hale's parents were Abraham and Fannie M. Bliss and are buried in Schuyler County Illinois.

As far as I know, he married only twice but he did have other children after Adelaida passed away. He had a child named Carlota Hale Vasquez with Manuela vasquez around 1864. Maria Carlota Antonia Hale Leon with Josefa Leon around l867. I have heard that Felipe Hale was also a son but I am not sure and do not have any information or records to confirm. Charles Egbert Hale was my grandfather and my father, Charles R. Hale was our father and he lived in the Los Angeles area and had 6 children. If anyone has any information please add to this.

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