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|Alfred Charles Toll|
|Birth:|| 5 August 1893|
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
|Spouse/Partner:||Ethel May Dailey (m. 1919-?)|
|Children:|| Alfred J. (b. 1920)|
Eloise A. (b. 1922)
Alfred (26) married Ethel May Dailey (25; maiden name sometimes rendered as "Daily"), who was one year younger than he. The couple was recorded in the 1920 census cohabitating with Ethel's mother Rebecca in Pee Pee Township, Pike County, Ohio. Alfred worked as a motor inspector for Western Union.
- Need direct proof of marriage
Alfred rejoined his family out West; however, he suffered some type of post-traumatic stress disorder and was admitted to Marion National Sanitarium (later called the Veterans Administration Medical Center), where he was recorded on the 1930 census (enumerated April 10). The census reports that he was still married to Ethel, and she and the two children lived within the city limits at 1522 Washington Street (see map).
Alfred must have died before 1940, as Ethel is recorded as a widow in the 1940 directory.
- ^ "1917 Military Registration: Alfred Charles Toll". Retrieved on 2009-07-17. See original here.
- ^ U.S. Census Bureau. "1920 U.S. Census: Rebecca Daily with Alfred & Ethel Toll". Retrieved on 2009-07-17. See original here.
- ^ Grant County Government. "Alfred J. Toll Death Entry". Retrieved on 2009-07-17. See original here.
- ^ a b c U.S. Census Bureau. "1930 U.S. Census: Ethel Toll Family". Retrieved on 2009-07-17. See original here.
- ^ U.S. Census Bureau. "1930 U.S. Census: Alfred Toll". Retrieved on 2009-07-06. See original here.
- ^ "1940 Directory:Alfred J. Toll Family". Retrieved on 2009-07-17. See original here.