Transcribed from the book "History of Warrick County " by Goodspeed, Chicago: Goodspeed Bros., 1885, p. 169, submitted by Judy.
"Albert McCool, born in Warrick County, IN, August 12, 1842, is the
fifth and only living of six children born to Joseph and Malinda (Amer)
McCool. He is a grandson of William and Margaret (Baker) McCool, who
were natives of South Carolina and the parents of eight children, the
sixth born of whom was Joseph McCool, whose birth occurred March 5,
1811, in Davis County, KY. July 25, 1934, the marriage of our subject's
parents was solemnized, and in 1835 Mr. McCool entered a tract of land
from the Government in Warrick County, Ind., two miles south of
Boonville, and has since resided on this place where he owns a good
farm. His wife dying in January 1855, he was married the year following
to Elizabeth Jane Masters, and three daughters of their nine children
are yet living. Albert McCool, the immediate subject of this sketch was
reared and educated in his native county, which as always been his home.
At twenty-two years of age he married, and purchasing a farm in Anderson
Township resided there two years. He then came back to Boon Township,
but after a short stay returned to Anderson, where he remained until
1872, when he came to his present place, where he as since resided. He
is a Democrat, as is also his father, and like his parents he and his
wife belong to the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is also a member of
the F. & A. M. His wife was formerly Mary J. Pyeatt, the daughter of
Nathan Pyeatt, deceased, one of Warrick County's early and prominent
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