Albert Carl Leary
- Born: 19 Oct 1895
- Marriage (1): Edith Viola Anna McGauley on 15 Nov 1919 in Genesee County, Michigan
- Marriage (2): Claire Hickey
- Marriage (3): Irene D. on 1 Oct 1942
- Died: 18 Jan 1972 at age 76
- Buried: Bendle Cemetery, Flushing, Michigan
Albert was called "Grandpa Dudy". He had a small hunting cabin at lake St. Helen and chewed "Red Man" tobacco.
The pilot light went out on a very cold night and he called the gas company about 5 a.m. to report it. The gas man found him dead of a heart attack by the front door.
Albert had full military honors at his funeral since he had served in WWI as a private in the army. At the end of the graveside service the head of the honor guard saluted and said "So long buddy!". While on duty in Europe, he was gassed just as many other unfortunate soldiers. He would have died but a doctor replaced his esophogus with a silver tube. He always sounded a bit wheezy when he talked after that. He also liked to call himself Carl instead of Albert until some seargent put a stop to it for some reason.
- information provided by Roger F. Leary
Albert was registered in the WWI draft as Albert Carl Leary in 1917, and Carl Albert Leary in 1918.
- information provided by Terry Leary Lowes
His gravestone says "Pvt 84 Div AEF-WWI"
Bindle Cemetery is located South of Flushing, Michigan. It is on the south side of Beecher road just west of its intersection with N Seymour road.
Albert married Edith Viola Anna McGauley on 15 Nov 1919 in Genesee County, Michigan. (Edith Viola Anna McGauley was born on 1 Oct 1901, died on 30 Sep 1989 and was buried in Sunset Hills Memorial Garden, Flushing Road, Flint, Michigan.)
Albert and Edith divorced after about 5 years of marriage.
Albert next married Claire Hickey.
Albert next married Irene D. on 1 Oct 1942. (Irene D. was born on 24 Aug 1894, died on 10 Apr 1968 and was buried in Bendle Cemetery, Flushing, Michigan.)