DAVID STALL, farmer, P. 0. Vanlue, was born April 20, 1858, in Big Lick Township, this county, son of Jackson
and Annastacia (Keiser) Stall, natives of Ohio, and who came to this county in 1835 or 1836, and settled in Big
Lick Township, where they began pioneer life in the forest. Jackson Stall was twice married; by his first wife,
Anna Keiser, he had four children: Emma I , David, Franklin and Sarah M.; of these David is the only survivor.
After the death of his first wife Jackson Stall married Annette R. Tongue, and to them were born five children,
four of whom are now living: Tabitha A., Mary E., Clara A., Nelson and Gracie (latter deceased). The subject of
this sketch was married, January 26, 1879, to Octavia, daughter of Amos and Sarah Ann Treese. of Michigan, formerly
one of the pioneer residents of this county. By this marriage our subject has one child, Metta Pearl. Mrs. Stall's
parents both died in Big Lick Township, this county. David Stall is one of the thorough farmers of Big Lick Township.
History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: Warner, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois 1886
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