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Charles Lewis Hale, Sr.

Birthplace: Flatonia, Fayette County, Texas, United States
Death: July 16, 1941 (58)
Nueces County, Texas, United States
Place of Burial: Beeville, Bee County, Texas, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Pvt. (CSA) Adolphus Dolph Hale, [Twin] and Amanda Jane Hale
Husband of Iola Hale and Ethel Pearl Hale
Father of Charles Lewis Hale, Jr. and James Morris Hale
Brother of William Duff Hale; Rufus Henry Hale; Adolphus Dolph Hale, Jr.; John "Warren" Hale; Deida Hale and 8 others

Occupation: Texas Ranger, Farmer, Chauffer, Oil Truck Driver
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About Charles Lewis Hale, Sr.

Information from Cage Funeral Home Book 1941 located in Aransas Pass, San Patricio County, Texas near Taft, Texas. Books Loaned by Charlie Marshall of the Charlie Marshall Funeral Home, Aransas Pass, San Patricio County, Texas. Transcribed by Calista Sanderson.

Page 7 entry date-July 15, 1941 CHARLES LEWIS HALE (white) b. February 04, 1852 Fayette Co., Texas d. July 15, 1941 Harbor Island Age 58 years 5 months 12 days Residence-Aransas Pass, Texas Order given by-Mrs. HALE Cause of death-Drowned Certifying physician-Drs. Pilcher & Henry Corpus Christi, Tx. Father-Doyle HALE Texas Mother-Amanda FITZGRALD Texas Remains to-Beeville Interment-Glenwood Cemetery, Beeville

WWI & MEXICAN REVOLUTION Mary King (Poppino)'s Note: - I question this due to his age. He was too young for the Mex. Rev. and too old for WWI.


Charles Lewis Hale was born February 4, 1883, in Flatonia, Fayette County, Texas, to Adolphus Duff Hale and Amanda Jane Fitzgerald. Charles stood 6ft. tall, had blue eyes and brown hair. He was married to his first wife, Iola Caddel in about 1925. They had one son, Charles L. He married his second wife, Ethel Pearl Ives on February 17, 1917, in Bee County, Texas. They had a son, James Morris. Charles was a peace officer in Karnes City, Karnes County, Texas. He enlisted in the Texas Rangers as a REGULAR RANGER on September 29, 1910 thru February 1, 1911, as a private in Co. B. He was Honorably discharged due to reduction in force. In 1918 Charles was a farmer in Bee County, Texas. In 1920, he was a service car chauffer, living in Beeville. In 1930, he was an oil field truck driver in Bee County. Charles Lewis Hale, Sr. shot and killed Ed Willoghby at the Pettus, Bee County race track. I did not find the reason for the killing. Charles Lewis Hale died July 16, 1941 in Nueces County, Texas. I did not find where he was buried. - By Nancy E Brown FAG#46822811

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Charles Lewis Hale, Sr.'s Timeline

February 4, 1883
Flatonia, Fayette County, Texas, United States
July 16, 1941
Age 58
Nueces County, Texas, United States
Glenwood Cemetery, Beeville, Bee County, Texas, United States