|Death: ||Dec. 21, 1889|
Working on trying to find out who she is?
The surname of Ramos is on the headstones that are surrounding her.
Clayton Hale and his wife Abba Weld are in
Fort Reily, Davis, Kansas, United States 1880 census
A servant by the name of Caroline Hall is on the same page.
Contributor: D Nelson
March 18, 2013
"Caroline" and Col Hale
I noted your entry for Caroline, the servant of Clayton Hale. I am a descendant of Hale's brother, T Judson Hale of Galesburg IL.
The Clayton Hale referred to on the monument is not Clayton Bethune Hale. Lt. Col. Hale had no middle name. He was born 7 Jan 1832, in Smithfield PA, the son of John E. Hale and Rebecca Wood Hale. He moved to Knoxville IL with his brother, TJ Hale, and was a lawyer there until the Civil War. He became a Captain in the 59th IL Inf at the outbreak, later being named Lt. Col., and at times leading the 59th in battle. After the war, he reenlisted as a Lt. and served in MS and LA during Reconstruction and later in the West. He retired on disability in 1890 and he died in Des Moines IA on 19 Feb 1896.
His first wife, Abba Weld Gilbreath, died in Boston in 1887. They had no children. He married Kate Duff of Des Moines and she survived him.
I do not know who Caroline was. But the connection to Auburn is that Clayton's brother was James Ellery Hale (1824-1895), a distinguished lawyer and politician, a resident of Auburn and current resident of Old Auburn Cemetery.
I hope this might be helpful to you.
David H. Nelson
This stone is placed
by Col. Clayton Hale
US Army in memory of his
faithful servant and
who died at Auburn
Dec 21, 1889
Old Auburn Cemetery
Created by: Glenda Ragan
Record added: Aug 29, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41285515
Dear Caroline. I have done research and hope I found the right records. I hope you are the Caroline Hall that I believe you to be.|
Added: Dec. 30, 2012
I hope to find out who you were someday. Rest In Peace Caroline.|
Added: Apr. 19, 2012
"I have come to a still, but not a deep center,A point outside the glittering current; My eyes stare at the bottom of a river, At the irregular stones, iridescent sandgrains, My mind moves in more than one place, In a country half-land, half-water. I am r...(Read more)|
Added: Sep. 17, 2009
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