The Hales Newsletter
Motto: United Force is Stronger
NEW SERIES Autumn 1995 Vol. 1. No. 3.
C O N T E N T
NEWS AND VIEWS
THE HALES CHRONICLES
MAP OF HALES IN NORFOLK
STEPHEN HALES -- Clergyman and Scientist
This is the third issue of the New Series of the HALES Newsletter. The first issue was mailed in April of 1995 to 3,855 people. The second issue was mailed in July of 1995 to 3,158 people. Many were returned due to address problems. The first two issues were sent to all Hales families in the United States at my expense. The first issue was also sent to all Hales families in Canada. The mailing list was compiled using several sources. This issue is only being sent to those that have become members of the Hales Family History Society.
The HALES Newsletter is the Journal of the HALES Family. It is a quarterly publication of the HALES Family History Society and variant spellings, including HALES, HAILS, HAILES, HAYLS, AND HAYLES. The information includes Current Events, Historical Articles, Research Status and other miscellaneous items.
The intent of the HALES Family History Society is to document all HALES, HAILS, HAILES, HAYLS, and HAYLES families wherever they are found in all parts of the world. This documentation is found in the multi-volume The Hales Chronicles.
The Hales Chronicles, can be seen in the on-line version at this web-site. Use this database to search for your Hales ancestors.
Membership in the HALES Family History Society is open to all. When the New Series of the Newsletter were published, there were three classes of membership: Active, Contributing or Sustaining. All members of the HALES Family History Society receive the HALES Newsletter, published in each quarter: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Active membership dues were $6.00 each year. Contributing membership dues were $12.00 each year. Sustaining membership dues were $25.00 or greater each year. At the present time there is only one class of membership with an annual membership dues of $15.00. Back issues of the HALES Newsletter are available for $3.75 postpaid.
NEWS AND VIEWS
This section of our Newsletter contains excerpts from letters I have received and items of interest. If you have something you wish to share, please send me the information.
From Alan Hales of Drayton Manor Farm, Warrenton, Virginia -- "You will be interested to know that I was born in Manchester, England in 1926 and immigrated into the USA with my family in 1975. My wife Kay, my son David, daughters Nicola and Lara and three infant Hales grandchildren reside on my estate here. I have the Lordship of the Manor of Drayton-in-Hales (now called Market Drayton) in Shropshire, England, which I visit occasionally. The old Hales Hall is of course a ruin, and the lordship title is now purely ceremonial, and while nice to have, I do not use it. Our home in Virginia was named Drayton Manor to preserve a relationship with Drayton-in-Hales in Shropshire. My wife and daughter Nicola raise and train eventing horses here and it is probable that we will have an entry into the US Olympic Team for the Horse Trials in Atlanta in 1996."
From Forrest John Hales of Coquille, Oregon. "Our reunion, held in Gatlinburg, Tennessee this year, was a big success. Forty of us ranging in age from the son of Veronica Shuler Schrenk, aged 6 months, to Forrest John Hales, at 79 1/2 years. Marian Luana, my partner was the cribbage champion; I was second; and Gloria Jean Kingston Hales, widow of Jack H. Hales was third. Luella Sophia Hales Shuler is the champion grandmother with 28 grandchildren and counting."
From William E. Hales of Cherry Hill, New Jersey. "Do not have much information beyond my father and grandfather. Grandfather George W. Hales, a doctor, born in New York City and practiced in Philadelphia, was the inventor of the electrical needle used to take out tonsils. He had the Hales Tonsil Hospital on North Broad Street in Philadelphia back in the 1920's. His son and my father, William Elbert Hales, was an electrical and mechanical engineer who graduated from Drexel. He died about 1918 or 1919 when I was an infant. I graduated in 1936 from Patton Masonic Trade School as a machinist. I had my own business from 1951 to 1989 designing and building diesel molds and also did injection molding. I served as a pilot during World War II, 1943 - 1945. I am now almost retired, but work for a small plastic mold company. My mother, who was born Julia May Smith-Mahaffie, just celebrated her 100th year birthday on August 12, 1995."
From Thomas W. "Tom" Hales of Deming, New Mexico. "My father's oldest sister, who still lives in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, went to the archives in the Philadelphia Court House and researched our family. She found that the first Hales of our family in America was Thomas Hales in 1631 (note: This ancestry is in error for this family. Please check the Hales Chronicles for the corrected ancestry), the same name as me. I think we are one of the oldest Hales families in the US. My grandfather was one of seventeen children! Imagine that! Maybe we will qualify for the largest family!"
From Robert L. Hales of Albion, New York. "My grandfather came here in 1907 from England, established himself, and in January 1910 he married his sweetheart and brought her to America. The little town of Ingham in Norfolk County had about 32 people leave England in a 2-3 year period and most ended up in Western New York. I bought Halbert's publication once and have recommended to the rest of the family to save their money. WordPerfect 5.1 is my main word processor. I would be interested in buying The Hales Chronicles on a floppy for a reasonable price."
From Harvey J. Hales of Lincoln, Nebraska. "I was wondering if you are aware of the stone carving of a man and two plump women, one on each side of him in the South transept of Westminster Abbey in London, its about six feet in diameter. In the guide book it says -- Dr. Stephen Hales, born 1677, died 1761, Physiologist and botanist; the first inventor of ventilators. Augusta, Princess of Wales, mother of George the III, erected this memorial. The figures of Religion and Botany support the medallion portrait. Buried at Teddington. Sculptor: J. Wilton, R.A. We told the guide that he was our ancestor, she was really impressed. She said she had never had anyone with an ancestor honored in Westminster Abby before. I'm not sure of a connection, my wife said sounds like hanky-panky between he and Princess Augusta. On the medallion it says Stephano Hales. You may be aware of it, but I thought I'd mention it. It was a surprise to me when I first saw it years ago, but they wouldn't let me take a picture of it, and the guide book doesn't show it." (note: This Stephen Hales is featured in this Newsletter).
Mari Elizabeth Germundson, daughter of Steven and Michelle Lynn Hales Germundson arrived July 3rd, 1995 in Minnesota. Hannah Ruth Germundson is now the "big sister" in this family. The Germundson family lives in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
THE HALES CHRONICLES
The Hales Chronicles are available on-line at this web-site. The content includes all of the Hales families sent to me over the years since 1970, information from the English visitation pedigrees, the Hales families from all states in the US 1880 Soundex census records; all states in the US 1900 US Soundex census records; the Hales names from the 1993 International Genealogical Index of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS or the Mormons); all 1881 English, Scottish, and Wales Hales names from the joint LDS Church and English Genealogical Committee census project; Kent, England probate records as well as other records. In short, I have tried to list all Hales families that I am aware of.
Map of Hales in Norfolk
Demography is the statistical study of human populations with reference to distributions of the people. From the beginnings the Hales, Hails, Hailes, Hayls and Hayles families have moved over the world from their origins in England. Statistical estimates of these families are based on address lists throughout the world. These address lists are generated using several sources. The statistical estimates below approximate the distribution of these families.
Total Estimated Households
Total Estimated Individuals
Number of Counties, States, Territories or Provinces Where Households Reside
Most Populous County, State, Territory or Province
New South Wales
STEPHEN HALES -- Clergyman and Scientist
Newtonian physical science during the Enlightenment of the 18th century tried to show that all things in the universe were orderly and perfectly balanced. They had to be, else the resulting chaos would render a far different circumstance than we now know. Newton himself concluded that our "most beautiful system ... could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent and powerful being."
Did living things conform to this order and balance as did celestial bodies? In the early 18th century the life science had barely begun to be put on a quantitative basis, let alone codified into a deductive mathematical and experimental system. The first person to analyze the physiology of animals and plants quantitatively was one of Newton's disciples, Stephen Hales.
It would seem that the least likely man to concern himself with the blood pressure of a horse would seem to be a middle-aged English clergyman. However, the Reverend Stephen Hales, who while ministering to the spiritual needs of his parishioners at Teddington, not far from London, also made significant contributions in the field of science, which he modestly called his "darling amusement." As an animal physiologist, he ranks second only to the illustrious William Harvey for his quantitative measurement of blood pressure. He also stands as the founder of modern plant physiology, and his work on artificial ventilation established him as a pioneer sanitarian.
As a Newtonian scientist Hales sought to discover the harmonies of nature in the functions of animals and plants, just as Newton had discovered them in the universe of celestial objects. His interests led him to identify and measure the forces that act in living systems. The result of his investigations was that he laid the foundation for an entirely new science for the physiology of plants.
The inquisitive and creative nature of Stephen Hales, along with his desire to glorify the God of nature, was the motivation for his innovative methods and resultant discoveries as he applied the principles and physics to the fluids of animals and plants. He wrote: "Since we are assured that the all-wise Creator has observed the most exact proportions, of number, weight and measure, in the make of all things; the most likely way therefore, to get any insight into the nature of those parts of the creation, which come within our observation, must in all reason be to number, weigh and measure."
Thomas Hudson painted theportrait of Reverend Stephen Hales shown here. It portrays him at age 82, two years before his death.
It would seem that many would like to claim descent from this learned man. Many have. However, he died childless. Mythical descendants of this Stephen Hales can even be found in the International Genealogical Index, a part of the records of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons). It would seem that contributors to the church make careless connections to this man. For example, a son named John is claimed, born in 1699, to Stephen HALES and Mary Newce -- even though the records are quite clear that Stephen did not marry Mary Newce until March 26th, 1720 at Boxley, Kent, England. Perhaps because an old record indicated that John was born at Boxley about 1699, and that Stephen is a common name in this John's family, the wrong connection was made. This John was really born in 1694, the son of Jacob Hales, and his tombstone is on the Summer Hales Newsletter. The record claiming John as the son of Stephen and Mary Newce Hales is a myth -- it never happened. This IGI entry is in error -- one of many in this computerized file.
Stephen Hales was born on September 7th or 17th, 1677 in the village of Bekesbourne, Kent, to Thomas and Mary Wood Hales. The sixth son of a Restoration baronet, he was by tradition destined for a parsonage and not the manor house. At the age of 19 he entered the University of Cambridge as a student at Corpus Christi (then called Bene't) College and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1699. A few years later, in 1703, he accepted a fellowship at the College and took his Master of Arts degree -- that same year he was ordained deacon of the parish of Bugden.
Hales intended to be ordained as an Anglican priest, but along with theology and philosophy he studied mathematics and science. He became good friends with William Stukeley, naturalist and later antiquary, and they shared an interest in chemistry, comparative anatomy, and in collecting plant specimens. The two learned the value of the experimental method by repeating may of physicist Robert Boyle's classic experiments. They attended "chymical" demonstrations by John Francis Vigani in a room that had been the laboratory of Sir Isaac Newton and also heard lectures on hydrostatics and pneumatics. Well grounded in Newtonian physics, Hales became interested in astronomy and constructed an orrery for showing the movements of the heavenly bodies.
He was no mere passive learner. As reported by a contemporary, when he dissected dogs he contrived to make a perfect cast of the bronchial tree, down to the finest bronchioles, by removing the lungs, drying them, pouring in lead (barely at its melting point), and placing the lungs in water until the tissue had fallen away by maceration.
In August of 1709 Hales left Cambridge to become curate at the Church of Saint Mary's-in-the-Meadows at Teddington, where he remained until his death. During his tenure he enlarged the churchyard, helped his parishioners obtain a decent water supply, and installed a cupola on the church tower so that the bells could be better heard.
He made both men and women do public penance for adultery, fornication, and bearing children out of wedlock, all of which he recorded faithfully in the parish register, with such quaint annotations as: "John Rolt, who was murdered in fighting for the maypole, buried May 23rd, 1710 ... James Parsons, who had oft eat a shoulder of mutton and a peck of hasty pudding at a time, which caused his death, buried March 27th, 1744, age 35." Here, too, is recorded the one tragedy of his life. On March 26th, 1720 he married Mary, the daughter of Dr. Richard Newce, rector of Hailsham, at Boxley, Kent, England. She died without issue a year later, and Hales wrote in the register: "Mary Hales, my dear wife, was buried October 10th, 1721."
His friends, including the poet Alexander Pope who lived nearby, praised the reverend's simplicity of manner, his "constant serenity and cheerfulness of mind," and observed that he could look even upon wicked men without indignation, "not from want of discernment or sensibility; but he used to consider them only as those experiments which, upon trial, he found could never be applied to any useful purpose, and which he therefore calmly and dispassionately laid aside."
Although largely untouched by the storms and stresses of the outside world, Hales did take up the cudgels against the consumption of strong drink, which had increased enormously with the introduction of cheap gin. In London, gin shops importuned the public to "get drunk for a penny, dead drunk for twopence." Although he advocated drinking in moderation, as a trustee of the Colony of Georgia he approved the shipment of beer there. Hales saw hard liquor as a dangerous social evil.
His most important publications on the subject were "A friendly Admonition to the Drinkers of Brandy and other Distilled Spirits," and, in concert with a group of physicians, "Distilled Spirituous Liquors, the Bane of the Nation." His scientific turn of mind is evidenced in his efforts to arouse the concern of the landed gentry and farmers by claiming that drinking decreases the appetite and so lowers the demand for food; he calculated that England was losing 600,000 pounds annually owing to the distilleries in London alone.
Hales' parish duties were not demanding or difficult. He had the security and leisure that enabled him to become an inspired scientist. He did not seek preferment in the Church "lest his time and attention might thereby be diverted from his other favorite and useful occupations."
Hales began his work on blood pressure to test what he called "unsatisfactory conjectures" prevalent at the time that muscular contraction was the result of the dilatation, and thus shortening of muscle fibers, by the force of the blood flowing through them. He devised his hemastatical method under the assumption that animal fluids move by hydraulic and hydrostatical laws.
While Hales experiments were not dated, it is believed that he began his blood-pressure studies by working on dogs while still a fellow at Corpus Christi College and continued them in his poorly equipped parsonage.
In Haemastaticks he begins the account of hisclassic experiments on horses: "I caused a mare to be tied down alive on her back ... having laid open the left crural artery about 3 inches from her belly, I inserted into it a brass pipe whose bore was 1/6 of an inch in diameter; and to that, by means of another brass pipe ... I fixed a glass tube of nearly the same diameter, which was 9 feet in length; then untying the ligature on the artery, the blood rose in the tube 8 feet 3 inches perpendicular above the level of the left ventricle of the heart ... when it was at its full height, it would rise and fall at and after each pulse 2, 3, or 4 inches. ... Then I took away the glass tube and let the blood from the artery mount up in the open air, when the greatest height of its jet was not above 2 feet."
From one horse he measured the blood lost by bleeding and estimated the total as five wine gallons, which he thought low. The jugular pressure he found to be 12 inches when the horse was quiet, and 52 inches when the animal struggled. Man's blood pressure he estimated at about 7.5 feet, fairly close considering the crudeness of his apparatus.
Hales measured the capacity of the heart, the diameter of the blood vessels, and the strength of their walls. By filling a number of dogs' hearts with melted wax and later cutting away the tissues, he calculated the inner surface of the ventricles, the diameter of the aorta and the aortic orifice, and thus the mean velocity of the blood in the aorta, the velocity of the systolic output, and the pressure sustained during distole. He demonstrated how the elasticity of the arteries circulated the blood at an almost steady speed after systole and described vasoconstriction and vasodilatation.
By noting that the heart responds to increased venous return by increased systolic output, he laid the foundation of Starling's Law. With his discovery of blood pressure, the capacity of the heart, and the interplay of pressure, flow, and resistance, Hales went beyond Harvey's work and is thus recognized as the father of hemodynamics, leading the great 19th-century physiologist Johannes Muller to state that the discovery of the blood pressure was more important than the discovery of the circulation of the blood.
At that time the standards of acceptable pain and cruelty -- to human beings as well as animals -- were very different from what they are today. However, the pain afflicted caused Hales to observe that the "disagreeableness of the Work did long discourage me from engaging in it." Few men in public positions in his day were condemned for cruelty to animals. His experiments on unanesthetized animals did not meet the approval of Pope, who complained: "How do we know that we have a right to kill creatures that we are so little above as dogs, for our curiosity, or even for some use to us?" Although the animals, being infirm, would have been put to death in any event, Hales abandoned his experiments for about six years, after which he again continued his studies in the belief that the lives of a few animals were less important than the potential benefits to mankind. Pope evidently accepted this, for they remained friends and Hales was a witness to the poet's will.
In a poem about the Hales' neighborhood, one verse reads:
Green Teddington's serene retreat
For philosophic studies meet.
Where the good pastor Stephen Hales
Weighed moisture in a pair of scales;
To lingering death put Mares and Dogs
And stripped the Skins from living Frogs.
Nature he loved, her works intent
To search or sometimes to torment.
Hales continued his experiments on living creatures because he was "spurred on by the hope" of gaining "some further Insight into the animal Oeconomy."
While working on blood pressure, Hales began the experiments that opened a new and fascinating field of plant physiology. His efforts began when, he wrote: "I was endeavoring to stop the bleeding of an old stem of a vine, which was cut too near the bleeding season, which I feared might kill it." He found the sap pressure in the vine in the bleeding season to be five times greater than the force of blood in the great crural artery of a horse, seven times greater than in the similar artery of a dog.
Hales made 124 experiments in all, using sunflowers, fruit trees, cabbages, vines, and shrubs to study the flow of sap, the effects of moisture, temperature, and type of soil on the pressure under which sap rises. He measured the rate of transpiration of water from the surface of leaves, the rate of absorption by the roots, and calculated the rate of flow along the stem and branches. Noting that sap movement was upward in all circumstances, he argued against the then-current theory that sap circulates and attributed its elevation to transpiration and a force exerted by the roots.
Hales invented the present-day method of studying the growth of plants by marking leaves and stems at intervals. This led to his work on the growth of bones. By making two small incisions about a half-inch apart on the shaft of a leg bone of a halfgrown chicken, and two months later finding the marks still the same distance apart although the bone had grown an inch, he demonstrated that the long bones grow from their ends. This experiment, often credited to John Hunter, was performed several years before Hunter was born in 1728.
Hales may have invented the mercury manometer, usually credited to the Frenchman Jean Marie Poiseuille. His use of a vertical column of mercury in his work measuring blood pressure could have led to the more innovative gage. Since his work was widely circulated, no doubt others benefitted from his research and methods. Hales repeatedly mentioned a mercury gage in his experiments and showed several in a diagram illustrating sap pressure, but since the instrument does not appear in his writings on blood pressure; he may have developed it later.
Finding thatgas could be obtained by dry distillation, he believed that it might be condensed or in some way changed into the substances found in plants; the recognition that air might be a source of nourishment was a forerunner of the work of Jan Ingenhousz and Horace De Saussure, founders of the basic principle of vegetable nutrition.
From studies of the absorption of air by plants, which he saw as an important function of the leaves, Hales turned his attention to respiration in human beings. Already know was that animals absorb a part of the air they breathe; Hales went a step further and concluded that respiration somehow modifies the properties of air left over and makes it unfit for life.
He performed the first rebreathing experiment by covering his mouth with a soft bladder and closing his nostrils. "In less than half a minute I found a considerable difficulty in breathing ... and at the end of the minute the suffocating uneasiness was so great, that I was forced to take away the bladder from my mouth." If he had conceived of air as different gasses, instead of one with variable properties, he may well have arrived at a true conception of respiration.
In 1719 Hales read his first paper on his experiments with plants before the Royal Society and was elected a fellow that same year. He published Vegetable Staticks in 1727, which the German botanist Julius von Sachs called the most original and important contribution to botany of the 18th century; it was combined with Haemastaticks in Hales' Statical Essays that appeared in 1733 and was widely translated.
A curious chapter in Statical Essays is that entitled "An account of some Experiments on Stones in the Kidneys and Bladder." In those preanesthetic days, people feared "the cutting for the stone," and Hales began a study of solvents, without success.
Unaccountably, he supported the claims of a woman named Joanna Stephens who reputedly effected numerous cures for the stone with a concoction of egg shells, soap, garden snails, honey, and other ingredients. English statesman Robert Walpole was said to have tried the cure, consuming over a period of years about 180 pounds of soap and 1200 gallons of lime water. Hales sat on a commission that attested to the dissolving power of Mrs. Stephen's concoction, and she was awarded 5,000 pounds by Parliament. Apparently for this effort, and not for his work on animal and plant physiology, Hales was awarded the prestigious Copley Medal by the Royal Society in 1739.
In applied science, the reverend's curiosity and versatility knew few bounds. He explored ways to abate hurricanes by shooting bombs into the air, to preserve food and water in hot climates and on long sea voyages, to clean rivers and harbors, to destroy vermin on ships, to measure the unfathomable depths by constructing a "seagage."
Hales' best-known and most important work in this field was his invention of a machine for artificial ventilation, by which he proved the value of fresh air and established one of the first principles of preventive medicine. In his day houses were constructed with few windows, an answer to the house tax on the number of windows and openings. Consequently, the air in most dwellings was foul, even more so in ships, prisons, hospitals.
In 1741 Hales read before the Royal Society a description of his machine for removing contaminated air from the lower decks of ships: a large bellows operated by hand or by a windmill. Independently, Martin Triewald, a captain of mechanics to the King of Sweden, had invented an almost identical machine about 11 months earlier. Hales' apparatus was fitted aboard the H.M.S. Captain, a 70-ton man-of-war. It did not at first find favor with the Royal Navy, but soon proved itself in convict ships and in vessels of the slave trade, reducing loss of life from as high as 25 percent to a low of 5 percent.
To be sentenced to prison was tantamount to receiving a sentence of "jail fever" (typhus). The matter was taken up by a commission of the Royal Society and the problem was handed to Hales. He installed his ventilator in the foul Newgate Prison in London and was gratified to see the death rate drop by more than half. After the installation of the ventilator in the Savoy Prison, where deaths from distemper averaged 75 percent, only four men died during the next three years.
In 1753 Hales was elected one of the eight foreign members of the French Academy. Three years later England went to war with France, but Hales labored unceasingly to persuade Louis XV to install ventilators in those French prisons where Englishmen were incarcerated. The king agreed, the death rate dropped, and the reverend quipped that he "hoped nobody would inform against him for corresponding with the enemy."
Hales died of an unknown cause on January 4, 1761, in his 84th year. A monument to him stands in Westminster Abbey, but his remains lie buried under the church tower at Teddington. The American Society of Plant Physiologists honored his name by creating the Stephen Hales Prize in Plant Physiology, and John Ellis, naturalist and governor of the Colony of Georgia, named the newly discovered silver-bell tree the Halesia.
A century ago, Julius Sachs, in his History of Botany, said of Hales: "... we see the genius of discovery and the sound original reasoning powers of the great explorers of nature in Newton's age. His book was the first work devoted to a complete account of the nutrition of plants and the movements of the sap in them. In it an abundance of new experiments and observations, measurements and calculations combine to form a living picture of the whole subject. Permeated with the spirit of Newton's age, he was not content with giving a clear idea of the phenomena of vegetation, but sought to trace them back to mechano-physical laws as then understood. Hales is the last of the great naturalists who laid the foundations of vegetable physiology."
Here is a drawing of theChurch of Saint Mary's-in-the-Meadows at Teddington in the county of Middlesex where Hales became curate in 1709 and remained until his death early in 1761.
The following are remembered because some member of the Hales family was thoughtful and sent a newspaper clipping, or notes were found on Family Group sheets sent to me. Thanks to all of you for your communications to help us all to remember.
Dr. Gary D. Hales, Ph.D.
Dr. Gary D. Hales, Ph.D., 45, Birmingham, Alabama, died Sunday, May 14, 1995. The Funeral Mass was Wednesday, May 17, 1995 at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Cahaba Heights, Birmingham, Alabama. Burial was in St. Louis, Missouri next to his father. Donations may be made to the Gary Hales Scholarship Fund, Attention: Mr. Peter Caputo, Office of Development, Widener University, One University Place, Chester, Pennsylvania 19103.
Dr. Hales founded the Magic City Hash House Harriers and served as its Original Grand Master from 1989-1993. During that time, he also taught computer use and statistics in the Nursing School at UAB. He also founded the peer-reviewed journal "Computers in Nursing" and edited that journal for 12 years. In 1993, he left UAB for Widener University to pursue a second doctoral degree in clinical counseling, but returned to Birmingham in January, 1995, to be near his friends. He was preceded in death by his father, David L. Hales and is survived by his mother, Mrs. Lorene Hales, Lee's Summit, Missouri. He will be sadly missed by aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
Narris K. Hales
Narris K. Hales, 84, of Denison, Texas died 28 FEB 1995 at Dennison. He was born in 1910. He leaves three sons: N. Kenneth Hales and Charles Edwin Hales of Dennison; Marshall Wayne Hales of Omaha, Nebraska.
Joseph Manuel Drasso
Joseph Manuel Drasso, 72, Husband of Irene Hales Drasso, passed away 1 AUG 1995 at La Mirada, California. He was born 20 MAY 1923 at Los Angeles, the son of Manuel and Mary Vengas Drasso. He leaves his wife, Irene, and three children: Lori Dee (Lance) Roberts; John Joseph (Kathleen) Drasso; and Jeannette (David) Ichikawa.
New Active Members
ALAN HALES, 9188 LEES RIDGE ROAD, WARRENTON VA 22186
ANITA M HALES, 208 N MAIN ST APT D1, NORTH SYRACUSE NY 13212
ANNETTE HALES AVERY, 214 ELMBROOK DR, CALIFORNIA MD 20619
CHARLES E HALES, 10439 PRAIRIE HILLS CIRCLE, SUN CITY AZ 85351
COLIN L HALES, 3758 PARK PLAZA CIR, PORT ARTHUR TX 77642-5541
DONALD E HALES, 39 RAINBOW DR, PEKIN IL 61554
ELVA NOBEL HALES, 101 N JESSICA AVE #157J, TUCSON AZ 85710-2132
ESTHER HALES LLOYD, 10209 N MANTLE DR, OKLAHOMA CITY OK 73162
ETHEL HALES JOLLEY, 4604 TAMARACK TR, AUSTIN TX 78727
GERALD ALLEN HALES, 2069 HIGHLAND AVE, BURLINGTON IA 52601-4449
GLENN P HALES, 261 E 5150 SOUTH, OGDEN UT 84405
H WAYNE HALES, 327 1/2 HOOKER RD, WILMINGTON NC 28403
HOLLY HALES COMERFORD,963 S DEVONSHIRE, SPRINGFIELD MA 65802
IRENE HALES DRASSO, 14208 NEARGROVE AVE, LA MIRADA CA 90638
JAMES R HALES, 1458 MCILROY RD, CHARLOTTE NC 28212
JOHN W HALES, 905 WILLIAM AVE, NORTH PLATTE NE 69101
KENNETH LEE HALES, RR 1 BOX 410, SUNSET DR, RISING FAWN GA 30738
M HELLEN HALES, 1166 N 91 MINE RD, BARTOW FL 33830
MYRNA J HALES, 7025 THICKET DR #2C, INDIANAPOLIS IN 46254
N KENNETH HALES, 1421 S LAMAR AVE, DENISON TX 75020-6618
NORMA T HALES, 80 S 400 EAST, SPANISH FORK UT 84660
RICHARD M HALES, 1804 N 700 EAST, NORTH OGDEN UT 84414
ROBBIE ELLEN HALES, PO BOX 9739-1178, PORTLAND ME 04104
STEPHEN HALES, 6006 RANCHO MISSION RD #299, SAN DIEGO CA 92108
STEVEN E HALES, 3605 E SOUTH FORK DR, PHOENIX AZ 85044-6615
VALERIE HALES-SUMMERFIELD, 4848 W CANDLEBERRY, TUCSON AZ 84741
WAYNE R HALES, 13275 S MINUTEMAN DR, DRAPER UT 84020
WILLIAM E HALES, 123 IRONMASTER RD, CHERRY HILL NJ 08034-3363
WILLIAM M HALES, 4940 WILLOW LAWN DR, CHATTANOOGA TN 37416
WILMA HALES FEUERSTEIN, c/o 11719 26 MILE RD, OAKDALE CA 95361
New Contributing Members
ALBERT QUINCY HALES, JR, 11 CAMBRIDGE DR SE, ROME, GA 30161-9476
ALFRED WASHINGTON HALES, 7338 EADS AVE, LA JOLLA CA 92037
CLIFFORD JAY HALES; N 4311 VERCLER, SPOKANE WA 99216
DAISY HALES KUDLACEK, PO BOX 32, SUTTON AK 99674
DALE B HALES, 939 S WISCONSIN AVE, OAK PARK IL 60304-1816
DEAN WILSON HALES, 1460 36TH ST, OGDEN UT 84403-2110
DONALD D HALES, 3490 SKYE WAY, FLAGSTAFF AZ 86001
GEOFFREY W A HAILES, 1237 3RD AVE, SCHENECTADY NY 12303
GRANVILLE H HALES JR, 112 CHOPTANK TERR, CAMBRIDGE MD 21613
JOHN E HALES, 17285 ANTIOCH RD, STILWELL KS 66085-9263
JOHN L HALES, 2165 E SOMERSET DR, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84121
LUE JEAN HALES KANE, 805 E KALIL DR, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85260
PAUL FRANKLIN HALES, 2221 SOLEDAD RANCHO RD, SAN DIEGO CA 92109
RALPH W HALES, 5687 CHERRY LN, PARADISE, CA 95969-5526
ROBERT L HALES, 15403 HOLLEY ROAD, ALBION, NY 14411
STEVEN D HALES, 5984 DOTSON LANE, KETCHIKAN AK 99901
THOMAS W HALES, 1317 S SOCORRO ST, DEMING NM 88030-4926
VERNON CHARLES HALES, 10100 W 69TH ST, MERRIAM KS 66203
MARVA JEX, 109 E SOUTH TEMPLE #7L, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84111
ROBERT W MORRIS, 12013 REDWOOD DR, FONTANA CA 92337
BARBARA M MYERS,2103 ROBIN HOOD TRAIL, AUSTIN TX 78703
KATHY PLETSCH, 19 SPARLING ST, SEAFORTH, ONT, CANADA N0K 1W0
New Sustaining Members
BARKSDALE HALES, 418 SPENCER ST, GLENDALE CA 91202
C THOMAS HALES, 14817 N ROME AVE, TAMPA FL,33613-1543
CARMA HALES EVANS, 703 S 300 EAST, CEDAR CITY UT 87420
CHRISTOPHER A HALES, 62 KINDERKAMACK RD, PARK RIDGE, NJ 07656
HAL HALES, 349 N HORNE, MESA AZ 85203
JERRY BOWEN HALES, 8343 S 745 EAST, SANDY UT 84070
LYNORE HALES CLARK, 17 BIRCH TREE LN, CHARLESTON WV 25314
JUNE J ELLIS, 669 W 1500 SOUTH, WOODS CROSS UT 84087
PATTY MARIE HALES JENSEN, PO BOX 789, GUNNISON UT 84634-0789
RONALD DOUGLAS HALES, 1265 HENDERSON DR, OGDEN UT 84404
UTAHNA HALES WEDGE, 4831 CABRILLO WAY, SACRAMENTO CA 95820
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A HALES, 859 1/2 LOCKBOURNE RD, COLUMBUS OH 43206-1622
A HALES, 4813 ADAIR AVE, RICHMOND VA 23230-1601
A B HALES JR, 6512 SPRINGFILED DR, CHARLOTTE NC 28212-5829
A J HALES, 354 VERONA AVE, ELIZABETH NJ 07208-1454
AARON HALES, 1408 E HOLLY ST, GOLDSBORO NC 27530-3032
ALAN HAILS, 1111 N BAYSHORE BLVD, CLEARWATER FL 34619-3324
ALAN L HALES, 6529 SCHILLER ST, HOUSTON TX 77055-5326
ALBERT JOSEPH HALES, PO BOX 971, PEBBLE BEACH CA 93953-0971
ALEX E HALES, 368 TARTAN CT, FAYETTEVILLE NC 28311-1669
ALEXANDRA HALES, 8111 W GLENDALE AVE, GLENDALE AZ 85303
ALFRED L HALES, 1204 E JOSEPH AVE, SPOKANE WA 99207-3450
ALICE M HALES, RR 1 BOX 665, RAYVILLE LA 71269-9780
ANGELA HALES, 457 SMYRNA RD, WHITEVILLE NC 28472-2118
ANGELA F HALES, 341 CARLTON AVE # B, PISCATANAY NJ 03854
ANNETTE HALES, 4037 N BENNINGTON AVE, KANSAS CITY MO 64117-2926
ANNIE MARIE HALES, 1942 HIGHWAY 3, DICKINSON TX 77539-3650
ANNIS HAYLES, 301 N GREEN AVE, PURCELL OK 73080-3223
ARIEL HALES, 5104 E WARREN AVE APT C, DENVER CO 80222-5134
ARTHUR HALES, 3332 BROADWAY, HUNTINGTON PARK CA 90255
B HALES, 967 W JACKSON AVE APT 24, MENDENHALL MS 39114-3054
B J HALES, 819 OAK PARK AVE, CORPUS CHRISTI TX 78408-3054
B J HALES, 3550 WATERMELON RD, NORTHPORT AL 35476-5152
BERTHA HALES, RR 2, CARTHAGE NC 28327-9802
BESSIE B HALES, 509 TELFAIR ST, WASHINGTON NC 27889-4519
BETH HALES KIMBALL, 2416 KENTUCKY AVE, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84117
BETTY A HALES CAMPBELL, 1407 FRANKLIN ST, N LITTLE ROCK AR 72114
BOBBY HALES, 725 3RD AVE, CONWAY AR 72032-5820
BRENDA HAILS, 421 W 16TH ST, CENTRALIA IL 62801-5011
BRENT HALES, 630 E 1700 SOUTH, OREM UT 84058-8063
BRENT L HALES, 6433 COYBROOK DR, WEST JORDAN UT 84084-1149
BRIAN K HALES, 221 THORN LN, NEWARK DE 19711-8103
BRIAN PAUL HALES, 311 SILVER LAKE RD, WILMINGTON NC 28412-2429
C HAYLES, 29100 N MAIN ST, DAPHNE AL 36526-7247
C HALES, 17326 E ADRIATIC DR, AURORA CO 80013-4854
C M HALES, 607 N KORBY ST, KOKOMO IN 36901-3238
C R HALES, 4207 N 13TH ST, TAMPA FL 33603
CALLA HALES, 9058 LAUREL AVE, WHITTIER CA 90605-2431
CATHERINE HALES MOYER, 13 LONGVIEW DR, THORNTON PA 19373-1036
CATHY R HAYLES, 616 BLACKMUR DR, WATER VALLEY MS 38965-3203
CHARLES HOWARD HALES, 9653 ARCHDALE ST, DETROIT MI 48227-1005
CHARLES NATHAN HALES, 57 W 400 NORTH, SPANISH FORK UR 84660
CHARLOTTE HALES, 1770 PORT DR, BATON ROUGE LA 70820-7326
CHRIS HALES, RR 1, PINETOPS NC 27864-9801
CHRIS HALES, 1977 N DECATUR RD NE, ATLANTA GA 30307-1158
CHRIS HALES, 215 W PIERCE ST, KIRKSVILLE MO 63501-3477
CHRISTI HALES, RR 3, BASTROP LA 71220-9803
CHRISTOPHER HAILES, 1700 GEDDES AVE, ANN ARBOR MI 48104-1725
CLARA MAUD HALES, 1210 HARDESTY AVE, KANSAS CITY MO 64127-2404
CLAUDE J HALES, 2055 E BROADWAY, MESA AZ 85204
CLAY H HALES, 330 RAKESTRAW RD, MC DONALD TN 37353-5560
CYNTHIA A HALES, 633 ALMA AVE APT 7, OAKLAND CA 94610-3850
D HALES, 2628 S SHERMAN ST, DENVER CO 80210-5738
D B HAYLES, 125 BAYOU SARA AVE, SARALAND AL 36571-9408
DAVE HALES, 1689 1ST AVE, NEW YORK NY 10128-4857
DAVID HALES, 161 KELTON ST, ALLSTON MA 02134-4352
DAVID HALES, 159 HAWTHORNE DR, NEW LONDON CT 06320-4051
DAVID HAILS, 826 D ST SE, WASHINGTON DC 20003-2125
DAVID A HALES, 3279 BLUEBIRD AVE, FAIRBANKS AK 99709-2369
DAVID M HALES, 3054 KERN CANYON RD, BODFISH CA 93205-9778
DAWN A HALES, 1266 BENDER AVE, CLEVELAND OH 44112-4126
DEAN R HALES, 895 S GULFVIEW BLVD, CLEARWATER FL 34630-3031
DENNIS G HALES, 2917 S 450 W, BOUNTIFUL UT 84010-7735
DENNY HAYLES, 6300 OLD CANTON RD, JACKSON MS 39211-2441
DON HALES, 25845 240TH PL SE, MAPLE VALLEY WA 98038-8211
DON HALES, PO BOX 1859, LUBBOCK TX 79408-1859
DONALD M HALES, 15002 CARLSBAD RD, WOODBRIDGE VA 22193-1606
DONNIE HAILS, 111 POND MEADOW RD, NATCHEZ MS 39120-8725
DONNIE L HALES, 1715 OLD PEGRAM RD, GREENSBORO NC 27406-6119
DONNIE LESTER HALES, 5320 SUMMER DR, ROANOKE VA 24019-2642
DOROTHY HALES, 5015 SEMINOLE BLVD # 237, ST PETERSBURG FL 33708
DOYLE HALES, 2705 VALERIE ST, MARSHALL TX 75670-2214
E C HALES, 1035 E HANNA AVE, INDIANAPOLIS IN 46227-1307
EARLINE HALES, 1741 N DOUGLAS BOVD, OKLAHOMA CITY OK 73141-3405
EDNA B HALES FLITTON, 449 HIGHLAND DR, IDAHO FALLS ID 83402-2725
EDWARD HALES, 800 VAUGHN CT SW, ATLANTA GA 30310-2190
ELDREDGE HALES, 22520 ROAD 523, SAUCIER MS 39574-9490
ELEANOR HALES, 2240 PEACHTREE ST NW, ATLANTA GA 30309-1145
ELEANOR HALES COLLINS, 701 E RIDGEWOOD ST, ORLANDO FL 32803-5723
ELIZABETH A HALES, RR 1 #221D, LINDEN NC 28356-9801
ERIK HALES, 132 UNIVERSITY AVE, ITHACA NY 14850-3817
ETHEL S HALES, 2004 PERRY ST NE, WASHINGTON DC 20018-3054
FLOYD E HALES, HWY 222 WEST, KENLY NC 27542
FRANCES E HALES, 50 POINTER PL, SAVANNAH GA 31419-3553
FRANK HALES, 3241 OREGON AVE, COSTA MESA CA 92626-2246
G HAYLES, 210 E 29TH ST, NEW YORK NY 10016-8532
GARY HAILES, 11301 W 99TH ST, SHAWNEE MISSION KS 66214-2409
GARY D HALES, 3700 LODGE DR APT B, BIRMINGHAM AL 35216-6218
GEORGE E HAYLES, 2986 PHILADELPHIA AVE, CHAMBERSBURG PA 17201
GRAHAM L HALES, 1821 LINDEN PL, JACKSON MS 39202-1220
H V HALES, 1601 PENN AVE, PITTSBURGH PA 15222-4322
HALLIE HALES LAKE, 2510 VERNON ST, GREENVILLE TX 75402-7364
HARRIETT V HALES, 5617 LA SALLE AVE, OAKLAND CA 94611-3215
HARROLL J HALES, 636 WARREN ST, JONESBORO AR 72401-1778
HARRY E HALES, 14555 WUNDERLICH DR, HOUSTON TX 77069-2800
HOWARD B HALES, 9235 N CHURCH DR, CLEVELAND OH 44130-4782
HUBERT HALES, 3682 WASHINGTON ST, WAUKEGAN IL 60085-4749
HUEY D HAYLES, 6282 DEER VALLEY DR, SAN ANTONIO TX 78242-1520
HUGH J HALES II, 540 SUNNINGDALE DR, GROSSE POINTE MI 48236-1666
IAN HAYLES, 627 E CONCORD ST, ORLANDO FL 32803-4643
IMAN HALES, 1486 MICHIGAN AVE, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84105-1609
IRENE HAILS, 2320 ROSEANNE CT, FAIRBORN OH 45324-6341
ISABEL HALES, 211 W 7TH NORTH ST, SUMMERVILLE SC 29483-6647
J HALES, 469 E 800 NORTH, OGDEN UR 84404-3679
J HALES, 5055 OAKWOOD AVE, LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE CA 91011-2451
J F HALES, 323 REGATTA CT, AUSTIN TX 78734-4111
J STEVEN HALES, 1600 OAK LN, PROVO UT 84604-2128
J T HAYLES, 990 ENOTA AVE NE, GAINESVILLE GA 30501-1754
JACK HAILES, 2000 REDWOOD RD, LEHI UT 84043-9600
JAMES HALES, 929 BETTY JO DR #3, FAYETTEVILLE AR 72701-1564
JAMES A HALES 15 SE 13TH ST, BOCA RATON FL 33432-7002
JAMES E HALES, 1301 WATERLOO DR, ROCKY MOUNT NC 27804-8431
JAMES F HALES, 273 W 100 SOUTH, KAYSVILLE UT 84037-1806
JAMES FOUNTAIN HALES, 4240 RIDGECREST DR, EL PASO TX 79902-1381
JANET HAYLES, 100 E HORNER ST, ATMORE AL 36502-2912
JASON A HALES, 11659 SW TEAL BLVD APT D, BEAVERTON OR 97907
JEAN HAILS, 11347 FRONT BEACH RD, PANAMA CITY FL 32407-3652
JENETTE HALES, 2028 NW EUGENE ST, TOPEKA KS 66608-1988
JIMAL HALES, 100 WINDHAM DR, DALEVILLE AL 36322-2056
JIMMY W HALES, 1529 BENTON CIR, CAYCE SC 29033-2401
JOANN HAILES, 20451 NORTHLAWN ST, DETROIT MI 48221-1155
JOHN HAYLES, 305 SISK AVE, OXFORD MS 38655-3317
JOHN C HALES, 2911 14TH AVE S, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55407-1423
JOHN ERNEST HALES JR, 10033 CONNELL ST, OVERLAND PARK KS 66212
JOHN G HALES, 9927 S 248TH PL, KENT WA 98031-5107
JOHN HUBERT HALES JR, RR 1 WOODLAND BEACH, DEERWOOD MN 56444
JOHN K HAYLES, 55391 RABUN RD, BAY MINETTE AL 36507
JOHN W HALES, 1515 PINFISH LN, CAROLINA BEACH NC 28428-5618
JOHNNIE HALES, 4916 TUCKAHOE TRCE, WAKE FOREST NC 27587
JOHNNY HAILES,1954 DENTON ST,ABILENE TX 79605-5451
JONI HALES, 69 LEXINGTON DR, WEST COLUMBIA SC 29170-2167
JOSEPH D HALES, 603 S ANDREWS AVE, GOLDSBORO NC 27530-6107
JOSEPH R HALES, 611 MEADOW LN SW, VIENNA VA 22180-6342
JUANITA HALES CARTER, 8438 CHEROKEE DR, DOWNY CA 90241-2613
JUDY G HALES, 2106 NICKERSON ST #201, AUSTIN TX 78704-4363
JULIA B HALES, 1624 NORTHGATE DR APT C, MONTGOMERY AL 36104
K HALES, 1229 SHADOW RIDGE XING, O FALLON IL 62269-3119
K D HALES, 1500 BAY RD, MIAMI FL 33139-3254
KARI HAYLES 14637 MAGNOLIA BLVD, SHERMAN OAKS CA 91403-1474
KARL D HALES, 247 N 600 EAST, SPANISH FORK UT 84660
KARMA HALES BARNES, 463 BERESFORD AVE, REDWOOD CITY CA 94061
KATHRYNE HALES, 455 S 1100 EAST, SAINT GEORGE UT 84770-5588
KATHY L HALES, 1312 S PITTSBURG AVE, TULSA OK 74112-5902
KELLY HALES, 1800 RHODES RD, KENT OH 44240-4279
KELVIN HALES, 2371 GEMINI AVE, HONOLULU HI 96818-4882
KEN HALES, 702 WASHINGTON ST, DELAI LA 71232
KENNETH CLIFFORD HALES, 212 E INDIANA AVE, MAUMEE OH 43537-2828
KENNETH MICHAEL HALES, 14011 POPPLETON CIR, OMAHA NE 68144
KENNETH R HALES, 3030 ST ANDREWS CHURCH RD, SANFORD NC 27330
KEVIN HALES, 1660 W SUNSET BLVD APT G6, SAINT GEORGE UT 84770
KEVIN HALES, 40 WOODBINE ST, WATERBURY CT 06705-2739
KURT HALES, 2024 REDDING LN, DURHAM NC 27712
KURT HALES, 7600 WATERFORD LAKES DR, CHARLOTTE NC 28210-7424
KURT HALES, 4877 COLLEGE ACRES DR, WILMINGTON NC 28403-1744
KURT A HALES, 712 NW 42ND ST, OKLAHOMA CITY OK 73118-7006
KURT L HALES, 3648 BANNOCK ST, SALT LAKE CITY, UT 8412-2939
L B HALES, 2731 NE 14TH ST CSWY # 826-B, POMPANO BEACH FL 33062
LAVONNE HALES, 135 SUSSEX DR, ATHENS GA 30606-5526
LEE HALES, 211 SUNRISE RIM RD, NAMPA ID 83686-8325
LELAND HALES, 250 E 7TH DR, MESA AZ 85210-2518
LESTER M HALES, 905 7TH AVE, GARNER NC 27529-3654
LLOYD B HALES, 209 S KINGS DR, CHARLOTTE NC 28204-2621
LORI HALES, 963 E 200 SOUTH, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84102-1430
LOUISA HALES BERGLUND,2530 BLAISDELL #408, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55404
M HALES, 25911 HILLWORTH AVE, LOMITA CA 90717-2316
M HALES, 2560 ELLIOTT CT, SANTA CLARA CA 95051-1849
M HALES, 814 LUZERNE ST, SCRANTON PA 18504-2643
M H HAYLES, 3134 RINGWOOD MDWS, SARASOTA FL 34235-6901
MABEL HALES TAYLOR, RR 1 BOX 425, DIBOLL TX 75941-9727
MAC HALES, 3401 OLD VINEYARD RD #I-5, WINSTON SALEM NC 27103
MAGGIE HALES HAVARD, RR 2 BOX 4410, LUFKIN TX 75901-9684
MAGGIE M HALES, 1200 ELM ST, TARBORO NC 27886-3200
MANDY P HALES, 734 1/2 E BOULDER ST, COLORADO SPRINGS CO 80903
MARGARET L HALES, 3831 S PARK AVE, TACOMA WA 98408-6738
MARILYN HALES HARRINGTON, 4148 CMO TICINO, SAN DIEGO CA 92122
MARION HALES, 2175 270TH ST, MILFORD IA 51351-7072
MARK HALES, RR 5, CHATSWORTH GA 30705-9805
MARK T HALES, 413 S STATE ST, PROVO, UT 84606-7100
MARTHA JANE HALES BALL, 153 NATALIE DR, MORAGA CA 94556-2422
MARTHA HALES GIVEN, 4760 EDENWOOD RD, SOUTH EUCLID OH 44121
MARVIN L HAILES, 700 CHEROKEE RD, PORTSMOUTH VA 23701-2356
MAURICE CLIFFORD HALES, RR 3, CHEBOYGAN MI 49721-9803
MICHAEL HALES, RR 2, RAEVILLE LA 71169-9802
MICHAEL C HAILES, 6601 BICKFORD LN, PORTSMOUTH VA 23703-2935
MICHAEL S HALES, 1205 OREAD AVE, LAWRENCE KS 66044-3143
MICKY HALES, 9941 WHITEHURST DR, DALLAS TX 75243-8770
MIKE HALES, 920 W ROSE DR, TECUMSEH OK 74873-9154
MINNIE JANE HALES, 4617 GARFIELD ST, GARY IN 46408-3720
N HAYLES, 31 CHITTENDEN AVE, COLUMBUS OH 43201-2180
N E HALES, 110 W GRANT ST, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55403-2309
NADINE HAYLES, 1801 E 12TH ST #1822, CLEVELANDOH 44114-3500
NANCY HALES HANSEN, 850 N 1200 EAST, LEHI UT 84043
NOAH HALES, 810 CLEVELAND ST, LANSING MI 48906-5530
PAIGE HALES, 1908 SAN ANTONIO ST, AUSTIN TX 78705-5500
PATRICK W HALES, RR 1 BOX 575, PORT ROYAL PA 17082-9738
PATSY A HAYLES, 2128 BETA DR, CORTLAND NY 13045
PETE A HALES, 21375 NW 9TH CT, MIAMI FL 33169-2066
PHYLLIS HALES, 100 PYRACANTHA LN, KERRVILLE TX 78028-9446
PHYLLIS Y HALES, 2516 BANNER ST, DURHAM NC 27704-4452
R R HALES, 219 W OCEAN VIEW AVE, NORFOLK VA 23503
R V HALES, RR 6, LUFKIN TX 75901-9806
RACHAEL HALES, 1919 BEAUMONT ST, NORMAN OK 73071-2251
RANDY HALES, 4902 GREEN DOLPHIN WAY, JOHNS ISLAND SC 29455-5419
RAY HALES, 9600 GOLF LAKES TRL, DALLAS TX 75231-5029
RAYMOND HALES, RR 2 BOX 341, SCAPPOOSE OR 97056-9802
RICHARD HALES, 4810 VIA SAN ANDROS, LAS VEGAS NV 89103-2612
RICHARD A HAYLES, 33 MAPLE AVE, WINDSOR CT 0695-2923
RICHARD J HALES, 453 N 400 E, BOUNTIFUL UT 84010-4664
RICHARD T HALES, 26 LAKE WAY DR, WILLIS TX 77378-9788
RICHARD WILLIAM HALES, 6241 GUAVA AVE, GOLETA CA 93117-2041
ROB HALES, 8034 E GLEN RD, NORFOLK VA 23505-1530
ROBER HALES, 4 GREENHAVEN TER, TONAWANDA NY 14150-5504
ROBERT HALES, PO BOX 646 RIMERSBURG PA 16248-0646
ROBERT A HALES, 2856 ECCLES AVE, OGDEN UT 84403-0323
ROBERT F HALES, 245 E 1ST ST OFC, RIALTO CA 92376-8909
ROBERT F HALES, 108 SILVER AVE, KELLOGG ID 83837-2643
ROBERT H HALES, RR 3, PROVO UT 84604-9802
ROBERT L HALES JR, 105 BASHFORD RD, RALEIGH NC 27606-1180
ROBERT M HALES, 1105 TANGLEWOOD DR, CLINTON MS 39056-3936
ROGER HALES, 227 OVERLOOK PL, JACKSON MS 39212-3224
ROMAN HALES, 117 BOONE TRL, SEVERNA PARK MD 21146-4503
RONALD HALES, 46 EL BONITO WAY, MILLBRAE CA 94030-2225
RONALD E HALES, 303 BACHMAN LN, GODFREY IL 62035-2156
ROSCOE H HALES, PO BOX 10, BAILEY NC 27807-0010
RUSSELL DENT HALES, 15416 NE 13TH PL, BELLEVUE WA 98007-4550
RUTH G HALES, RR 2, IUKA MS 38852-9802
S HALES, 1504 SAM RANKIN ST, CORPUS CHRISTI TX 78401-1357
S A HAYLES, 1717 PENNSYLVANIA AVE, PITTSBURGH PA 15233-2325
S E HALES, 3835 SE ANKENY ST, PORTLAND OR 97214-2049
S R HALES, 6600 N HI 35 #-359, LORADO TX 78041
SANDRA N HAYLES, 2144 NE 4TH AVE, BOCA RATON FL 33431-8125
SARAH HAILES, 32 UNIVERSITY CIR, CHARLOTTESVILLE VA 22903-1850
SCOTT HALES, 1401 W PACES FERRY RD NW, ATLANTA GA 30327
SCOTT A HALES, 904 WESTCOTT ST APT 159, HOUSTON TX 77007-5082
SEAN HALES, 570 S 100 WEST, LOGAN UT 84321
SHAWN F HALES, 18113 36TH AVE W, LYNNWOOD WA 98037
STACIE HALES, 920 MAINE ST, LAWRENCE KS 66044-2855
STANLEY HAILES, 3819 DANBURY LN, PORT RICHEY FL 34667-6527
STEPHEN A HALES, 7308 ROKEBY DR, MANASSAS VA 22110-6402
STEVE HALES JR, 4010 WHEELER WOODS RD, AUGUSTA GA 30909-6531
STEVE HALES, 16234 RANCHO VIEJO CT,TRACY CA 95376-9752
STEVEN D HALES, 3566 OAKMONT AVE, DORAVILLE GA 30340-2002
T C HALES, 1325 18TH ST, COLUMBUS GA 31901-1726
T J HALES, 85 VAN HORNE ST, TYBEE ISLAND GA 31328-9781
T W HALES, RR 2, BASTROP LA 71220-9802
T W HALES, 2000 SPRING DR, GARNER NC 27529-3429
TAMMIE HALES, 2732 S 17TH ST, WILMINGTON NC 28412-6673
TERRY HAYLES, 5164 E PONCE DE LEON, STONE MOUNTAIN GA 30083
THOMAS HAYLES, 210 1/2 N 3RD ST, ASPEN CO 81611-1314
THOMAS A HAILS, RR 2, KUTZTOWN PA 19530-9802
TOM HALES, 205 DEEP CREEK RD, FAYETTEVILLE NC 28301-5305
TOUFIK HALES, 1326 16TH ST APT 4, MIAMI BEACH FL 33139-2215
TRIS HALES, 431 ZETA ST, GOLDEN CO 80401-4961
TROY HALES, 80 N 400 E APT G3, AMERICAN FORK UT 84003-2101
TROY HALES, 135 W 200 SOUTH, SPRINGVILLE UT 84663-1813
V HALES, 10870 STATE ROUTE 39, MILLERSBURG OH 44654-9732
VEDA HAILS, 5065 PALM HILL DR, WEST PALM BEACH FL 33415-5677
VICTOR HAYLES, 275 HOLLY LN, ELK GROVE VILLAGE IL 60007-1709
WANDA HALES, RR 1, CHATSWORTH GA 30705-9801
WARREN C HALES, 1193 S 1300 WEST, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84104-2839
WENDY HALES, 679 S REED CT, LAKEWOOD CO 80226-4432
WILLIAM HALES, 1544 WOODLAKE DR NE, ATLANTA GA 30329-3002
WILLIAM D HAILES, 5 COUNTRY RD, ALBANY NY 12203-3501
WILLIAM P HAILS, 120-B MICHAEL RD, RUSSELLTON PA 15076-9774
WILLIAM PARLEY HALES, 251 W 100 SOUTH, KAYSVILLE UT 84037-1806
WILLIAM T HALES, 107 N ROBINSON #1008, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73102
If you would like to make a query of the members of the Hales Family History Society, please type up your note and send it to the editor. At this time, as long as the numbers are small and can be fit in, the service is free.
From J. Hale Myers of 1295 Walcrest Drive R13, Mansfield, Ohio 44903 -- I wonder why you don't create a query column. I 'm still looking for the parents, etc., of Hugh Hales, born in Maryland about 1740 who married Mary Randall, someone out there must know something about this family.
(I note on a pedigree chart sent to me by Charles Eugene Hales of 10439 Prairie Hills Circle, Sun City, Arizona 85351 that claims that this Hugh Hales was born in 1737 in Maryland and that his father was also a Hugh Hales. Does anyone else have more information about this family?)
From Rich Hungerford of 13810 Frederick Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska 68138-6210 -- Looking for any information that anyone might have of Fern Delores Hale or Hales, born 9 JUL 1909, the daughter of Ephie Hale or Hales and Carrie Culver of Missouri.
This completes the third issue of the New Series of the Hales Newsletter. Perhaps it has been of some interest to you. Suggestions?
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
The most difficult part of researching families is the first few generations. The reason is that for living people rights of privacy laws prevail. The Hales Chronicles only publishes information that is currently available in newspapers in the vital records columns. Linking of this vital records information is sometimes difficult. It is significantly easier if the information is submitted by someone who knows the answers. That way difficult research projects do not have to be done. Perhaps you could list your ancestry to help connect your family to those in the Hales Chronicles.