| ||i.|| ||WILLIAM SELDEN6 GALE, b. 1846. |
|97.||ii.|| ||GEORGE WASHINGTON GALE, b. 1848, Galesburg, IL. |
| ||iii.|| ||CHARLES SELDEN GALE, b. 1850; d. 1851. |
| ||iv.|| ||CAROLINE GALE, b. 1852; m. J. GIBSON LOWRIE, D.D. |
| ||v.|| ||HARRIET GALE, b. 1854. |
| ||vi.|| ||JOSEPH DUDLEY GALE, b. 1856; d. 1857. |
| ||vii.|| ||JOSIAH GALE, b. 1858; d. 1889. |
| ||viii.|| ||JOHN GALE, b. 1860; d. 1863. |
| ||i.|| ||ELYEINE L.6 GALE, b. Abt. 1844, Monroe Co., MI. |
|98.||ii.|| ||MARY ALICE GALE, b. Abt. 1853, Monroe Co., MI. |
| ||iii.|| ||AUSTIN WILLIAM GALE, b. May 21, 1858, Raisinville, Monroe Co., MI; d. October 30, 1924, Monroe, Monroe Co., MI. |
| || Notes for AUSTIN WILLIAM GALE:|
Monroe, Michigan City Directory 1874-1875:Gale, Austin W., Student, bds Mrs. W.P. Gale.
Monroe, Michigan City Directory 1892 and 1897:Gale, A.W., Principal of Monroe school of music, res. 162 Monroe St.
Obitituary (Received from Richard Jolly, August 2001):Gale, Austin W. - born in Raisinville township, Monroe County represents one of the old families in this part of Michigan.The Gales settled here during the pioneer era and the name has been associated with integrity and honor for many years.Professor Gale's father was Wm. P. Gale;his mother, Harriet Dusenburg Gale.Austin W. Gale was educated primarily in the village school of Raisinville, and also in the public school in Monroe.He studied music in New York, Cincinnati and Detroit.In 1889 he opened his studio on Washington Street and since then has conducted a school of music which has a high name and prestige in Monroe and vicinity.As an instructor in piano and organ he has been peculiarly successful.By a life long devotion to the art.
Professor Gale has rendered a service not to be computed in the terms of business success but in finer measures of esthetic values.Through his personal work and through the many individuals who have come under his instruction, musical tastes and standards have been elevated and the life of the community enriched.Mr Gale has been a member of long standing of the Baptist church, of this city, a faithful worker and clerk and organist of the church for many years.His passing will be greatly felt by this organization.He leaves one sister, Mrs. Alice M. Consor, of this city;a niece and nephew, Izelle and Austin Consor;also a niece in Dallas, Texas, and a niece in Portland, Oregon.
|99.||ii.|| ||HATTIE F. YOUNGLOVE, b. December 13, 1855, Raisinville, Monroe Co., MI; d. August 07, 1930, Raisinville, Monroe Co., MI. |
|100.||iii.|| ||FRANK B. YOUNGLOVE, b. November 10, 1857, Raisinville, Monroe Co., MI; d. May 12, 1938, Ida, Monroe Co., MI. |
|101.||iv.|| ||MATTIE EFFA YOUNGLOVE, b. May 21, 1861, Monroe, Monroe Co., MI; d. July 21, 1941, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI. |
|102.||v.|| ||SYDNEY E. YOUNGLOVE, b. February 19, 1866, Lasalle Twp., Monroe Co., MI; d. December 15, 1932, Monroe, Monroe Co., MI. |
| ||vi.|| ||ADDIE MAY YOUNGLOVE, b. September 29, 1870, Lasalle Twp., Monroe Co., MI; d. January 23, 1894, Raisinville, Monroe Co., MI; m. MELVIN R. BRIGHTBILL, November 15, 1892, Raisinville, Monroe Co., MI; b. August 1869, Monroe Co., MI; d. 1940. |