Biography of Walter Hatley
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Hatley, Walter, Waddington, was born in Waddington October 11, 1842. His father, James Hatley, was born in Jedborough, Scotland, and came to Waddington in 1832 and settled on a farm, where he lived and died. He married Nancy Oliver, a native of Scotland, by whom he had five children, of whom four are now living. Mr. Hatley was a Republican in politics, and he and his wife were members of the Scotch Presbyterian church, He died in 1849 and his wife in 1887. Walter Hatley was reared and educated in Waddington, and when seventeen years old went to San Francisco, Cal., where he learned the printer's trade. He worked on the Daily Alta seven years, then went to Sacramento and was with H. S. Crocker as job printer for three years. In 1869 he returned to Waddington, where he has since been engaged in farming. June 15, 1865, he married Zillah M., daughter of Florman A. Carnal, a native of Switzerland, horn in 1807, who came to Waddington in 1830 and was once engaged with the Ogdens. He was a blacksmith by trade. His wife was Matilda Fitzgerald, by whom he had five children. His wife died and he married, second, Mary Abby, a native of England, by whom he had one daughter, the wife of our subject. Mr. Carnal died in 1888 and his wife in 1883. Mr. Hatley and wife have seven children: George L., Mary Agnes, Frederick F., Clinton W., Howard, Ruby M., and Erastus C. Mr. Hatley is a Democrat, and he and his wife are members of the M. E. church of Waddiugton. Mr. HatIcy is a member of Waddington Lodge No. 393, F. & A, M., and a member of Prescott Chapter No. 22.

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