Robert Lang Yuille

YUILLE, ROBERT LANG, business man, was born April 8, 1822, at Hamilton, Lenoch- shire, Scotland, and died at Daphne, Baldwin County; son of Gavin and Annie (Lang) Yuille, natives of Hamilton, Scotland, who came to New York in May, 1827, and moved to Mobile, December, 1834, where Gavin Lang opened a bakery, continuing in that business until his death, September 17, 1849; grandson of John and Margaret (Burns) Yuille, of .Hamilton, Scotland, and of Robert Lang, of
the same place. Mr. Yuille entered his father's bakery, and at the death of the latter, carried on that business under the firm name of J. C. A R. Y. Yuille. He was a member of the Phoenix Fire Military Company No. 6, Fire regiment, at Mobile, under the command of Thomas A. Murray, and was detailed at Mobile, May 5, 1864, as a fireman until further orders. He was a Presbyterian and a Mason. Married: March 21, 1860, at Mobile, to Mary Alpine Spinks, daughter of Lewis and Sarah A. (Alston) Spinks, of Alabama. Children: 1. Gavin Alston; 2. Robert Lewis, married. Mobile; 3. John Sands, d. in infancy; 4. James, d. in infancy; 5. William, married. Mobile; 6. Freeman Willard, married, Grand Rapids, Mich.; 7. Nathaniel Alston, civil engineer, Mobile; 8. Sarah Annie, d. 1897. Last residence: Daphne, Baldwin County.

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