E.A. CALL, farmer and miller, of Coffee County, was born in Lincoln County March 6, 1825. His parents, Daniel H. and Nancy (Hinkle) CALL, natives of Roan County, N.C., came to Tennessee about 1822, and began farming and distilling. He built the first steam distillery in Coffee County, continuing  until about 1848 in the business. Our subject, one of nine children, entered the distillery at sixteen, and continued successfully for thirty-six years.

November 9, 1850, he married Susan TIMMINS, of Lincoln County, by whom he had nine children. She died June 19, 1877. October 7, 1879, he married Francis E. WILDMAN, whose death occurred in July, 1884. He was married the third time to Lizzie, daughter of P.A. and Ellen (Rollin) HUFFER. Politically he is a Republican.

Goodspeed Pub. Co. History of Tennessee from the Earliest Time to the Present; Together with an Historical and a Biographical Sketch of the Counties of White, Warren, Coffee, DeKalb, and Cannon, Besides a Valuable Fund of Notes, Original Observations, Reminiscences, Etc., Etc. Nashville: Goodspeed Pub. Co, 1887.