|Birth: ||Sep. 2, 1873, Germany|
|Death: ||Jan. 2, 1948|
SPANISH AMERICAN AND WORLD WAR I VETERAN
Emil Chall was born 2 September 1873 in Gross Belschwitz, West Prussia. He was the son of Gustav Chall and Mince(?) Weiss. He immigrated to the U.S. from Bremen, Germany on or about the 1st day of October 1888 and arrived in the U.S. at the port of Baltimore, Maryland, on the 18th day of October 1888, on the vessel Rhein. He petitioned for citizenship as an honorably discharged soldier. He became a naturalized citizen on 27 January 1914.
He enlisted at Fort Wayne, Michigan with Company "I", 7th Infantry, and was discharged on February 8, 1902. He re-enlisted March 18, 1902 and retired January 23, 1924 as a Master Sergeant, 14th Infantry.
Emil was a resident of Washington State since February 1, 1913. He was 71 inches with fair complexion.
He was married in Clark County, Washington on September 1, 1907 to Joisa M. Day. He was a resident of Vancouver, Washington. He is listed as George E. Shall in the King County, Washington 1930 census. He and Joisa were living at 824 East 56 Street in Seattle.
He entered the Washington Veterans' Home on January 9, 1945. His retired pay as a Master Sergeant was $144.20 a month. Mr. Chall died January 2, 1948 and is buried at the Washington Veterans Home Cemetery.
Josia Maude Bennett Chall (1873 - 1945)*
WASHINGTON MASTER SGT 14 INF 19 DIV WORLD WAR I
Note: Sod over death date could not be removed by hand.
Washington Veterans Home Cemetery
Plot: Section 58, Lot 37
Maintained by: Souza
Originally Created by: Margie & Bob von M
Record added: Apr 19, 2009
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