Biography of B. G. Bail
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B. G. BAIL
Among the live and energetic business men of Castro Valley stands B. G. Bail, who is conducting a successful real estate business, and is also operating a chicken ranch. He is a progressive and up to date business man and stands high in the esteem of his fellowmen. He was born at Tuscola, Illinois, on the 24th of May, 1887, and is a son of William and Laura (Gardner) Bail, the former of whom was engaged in the monument business. Mr. Bail secured his education in the public schools of his native city and remained at home until twenty years of age. In 1907 he went to Portland, Oregon, where he accepted a position as office manager for the Union Meat Company, with which concern he remained until 1912, when he went to San Francisco, and was there associated with the Western Meat Company for two years. He then moved to Oakland, where he embarked in the real estate business, which proved a successful venture and he remained there until 1925, when he came to Castro Valley. Here he bought property and has since devoted his attention to the real estate business, and also looks after his chicken ranch at his home on Redwood road.

In 1914 Mr. Bail was united in marriage to Miss Irene Teague, who was born and reared in Oakland and is a daughter of John E. and Mary L. Teague, both of whom are natives of California. Mrs. Bail's paternal grandfather crossed the plains to California in the early '50s. To Mr. and Mrs. Bail have been born four children: Burford, Dorothy, Shirley and William J. Mr. Bail is a man of sound business judgment, has shown a deep interest in this community and has gained a high place in public regard.

From:
History of Alameda County, California
BY: Frank Clinton Merritt
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co.
Chicago, Ill 1928


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