William H. Yale

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William Hall Yale
6th Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
In office
January 7, 1870 – January 9, 1874
Governor Horace Austin
Preceded by Thomas H. Armstrong
Succeeded by Alphonso Barto
Personal details
Born November 12, 1831
New Haven, Connecticut
Died January 25, 1917 (aged 85)
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Sarah E. Banks (1851), Mary L. Hoyt (1872)
Profession lawyer

William Hall Yale (November 12, 1831 – January 25, 1917) was a Minnesota lawyer and the sixth Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota.


Early life[edit]

William Hall Yale was born on November 12, 1831 in New Haven, Connecticut.


He moved to Minnesota, and became Lieutenant Governor under Governor Horace Austin from January 7, 1870 to January 9, 1874.

Personal life[edit]

He married Sarah E. Banks and Mary L. Hoyt.


He died in 1917 in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Political offices
Preceded by
Thomas H. Armstrong
Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
1870 – 1874
Succeeded by
Alphonso Barto