From Yale Genealogy and History of Wales p. 356
"Rev. Albert Walden Yale, of Waynesfield, Ohio, was married July 28, 1872 to Carrier Sherer, who was born October 11, 1851, at Millville. Ohio.She was the daughter of George and Philipina Sherer, who came from Bavaria, Germany.
Mr. Yale served in the Kansas State Militia, in the fall of 1868, and was engaged for sometime as an Indian Scout.he worked on the Chase Co. Banner, and Central Kansas Index, finally purchasing the Tribune.In 1872 he worked on the Messenger,at Winfield, and later purchased same.He retunred to Ohio, in 1876, and was in the milling business, for a time, at Pricetown, and in 1877, enteredDenison Univeristy at Granville, Ohio, to prepare for the ministry, where he pursued his studies for three years, and was then called to the pastorate of the Baptist church, at Alexandria, Ohio, and was ordained, July 15, 1880.Later he was pastor at Cheshire, Eden Station, Prospect, West Point, Marion, Jamestown, Waynesfield and other places in Ohio.He was for one year, President of the Normal School, as Prospect, and of the Marion Normal School, 1887 to 1890.Has done much work in missionary and evangelical circles, and newspaper work, since he has been in the ministry.He is a great student and an eloquent preacher."
Albert was the son of Charles Boardman Yale and Mehetible Leonard Ross.He was born 9 Oct 1848 at Osceola, Warren, OH.His brother Benjamin Lionel Yale, was the publisher of
Contact me direct for additional information.