Biography of William Wallach
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William Wallach. Born in Austria March 8, 1837. When fifteen years of age he emigrated to Philadelphia, where he spent about fifteen months. He then went to St. Louis, whore he spent six months. We next find him in the coal mines of Alabama, where he remained about fifteen months. He next went to Illinois, where he followed the same occupation until 1867, when he came to this State and mined in Nevada county until June, 1868, when he came to Mendocino county and settled on his present place, consisting of six hundred and forty acres, located on the road from Ukiah to Booneville, where he follows wool growing and farming. Mr. Wallach married July 2, 1862, Miss Catherine Prillar, a native of Germany, born March 16, 1843, Their children are: Frank, born June 28, 1864; John, born May 29, 1869; William, born November 14, 1870; Jacob, born September, 19, 1875; Kate. born January 25, 1866; Mary, born December 26, 1872.

From:
History of Mendocino County, California
Alley, Bowen & Co., Publishers
San Francisco, California 1880


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