Charles Scott Haley - Personal Life

Personal Life

Haley was born in Alameda County, California. His parents, married on October 3, 1876, were Caleb Scott Haley (born February 16, 1833), of Chebogue, Nova Scotia, and Annie Louisa Barclay (born December 6, 1852) of Tusket, Nova Scotia. His paternal grandparents were Ebenezer Haley and Mary Lee Scott. His maternal grandparents were Andrew Barclay and Mary Elizabeth Morton.

In 1907, he received a Bachelor degree from the College of Mining at University of California, Berkeley.

Haley married at the age of 50, and had six children, including: Frederick, Arthur, Helen, Charles, and Annie. His wife, Jean, was a teacher at Nevada City Elementary School.

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