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The Bailey Genealogy: James, John, and Thomas, and Their 
Descendants, , by Mollis R. Bailey, was originally published 
by The Citizen Company of SomerviUe, Massachusetts, in 
1899, under the direction of the Bailey Family Association. 

This 198^ reprint edition is printed under the auspices 
of Parker River Researchers, P.O. Box 86, Newburyport, 
Massachusetts 01950. 



Parker River Researchers would like to express their 
appreciation to the Amesbury (Massachusetts) Public 
Library for its cooperation in the publication of the 
reprint edition. 



BAILEY GENEALOGY. 



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James, John, and Thomas, 



AND THEIR DESCBNDANTS. 



IN THREE PARTS. 



EDITED BY 



HOLLIS R. BAILEY. 



Soinervlllc, Mass.: 
TiiE Citizen Company, 

18"J!(. 






PUBLISHED 
BY DIRECTION OF 

BAILEY-BAYLKY FAMILY ASSOCIATION. 



MOTTO : 

" Semper Fidelis. 



INTRODUCTION. 



In 1858 Alfred Poor of Salem, Mass., published an extended 
account of Richard l^ailey of Rowley, Mass., and his descend- 
ants in a book entitled " Historical and Genealogical Researches 
in the Merrimack Valley." In 1891 Miss Anna M. Bailey of 
Lynn, Mass., published a pamphlet entitled "A Sketch of One 
Branch of the Bailey Family." 

In 1895 Mrs. Hannah C. Hopkins of Providence, R. I., pub- 
lished an account of William Bailey of Newport, R. I., and some 
of his descendants in a book entitled "Records of the Bailey 
Family." 

These are the only books of Bailey genealogy we have 
found thus far published. 

It has been and always must be an important part of the 
work of the Bailey-Bayley Family Association to gather genea- 
logical information, and to make a permanent record of the 
same. The annual reports of the Association already published 
contain a good deal of interesting and valuable family history. 

The present volume contains what has been collected by 
the committees on genealogy of the Association relating to the 
three original settlers, Thomas of Weymouth, John of Salisbury 
and James of Rowley and their descendants. Some portions 
are quite complete, others very incomplete. The aim of the 
compilers has been to furnish a clear and well arranged account 
of the material on hand, so that the same may be preserved in a 
convenient and accessible form, and may serve as a basis for 
further research and a more complete statement at some 
future day. 

Much has been found in town histories, especially in Blod- 
gette's Early Settlers of Rowley, Barry's History of Hanover, 
Coffin's History of Newbury, Houghton's History of Berlin, 
and Dean's History of Scituate. 

The compilers desire to thank the various members of the 



II INTRODUCTION. 

Association and others interested who have kindly furnished 
valuable information and material. 

The female lines have not been carried beyond a single 
generation. 

The system of arrangement is not unlike that used by the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society. Each new name 
receives a marginal number. The numbers of the names which 
are carried forward into the next generation are printed in large 
black type. 

A new feature is the adding in small type of page refer- 
ences. It is believed that this will add much to the value of the 
book. Each part is separately numbered. The index contains 
year of birth where known and the page reference. 

It is not known that Thomas of Weymouth, John of Salis- 
bury and James of Rowley were related to each other. 

They are joined in this book merely for convenience and to 
render the book of more general interest and value. 

The spelling of the name l^ailey has never been very uni- 
form. We still find in France the name spelled Bailly, in Scot- 
land, Baillie, and in England and America, Baily, Bailey and 
Bayley. For the most part the spelling Bailey has been used in 
this book. In some cases where it was thought that Bayley 
was the spelling used by the persons in question, that mode has 
been adopted. It should be noted that Gen. Jacob Bayley of 
the John of Salisbury branch wrote his name Bayley. This was 
overlooked in printing until too late to be corrected. 

Thanks are due to Mrs. Gertrude E. Bailey for preparing 
the index. 

A list of errors thus far noted is given immediately after 
this introduction. 

The editor suggests that each purchaser of the book 
immediately make the corrections indicated. 

IIOLLIS R. BAILEY. 

Editor. 
September, 1899. 



ERRATA. 



Page 3, No. 2, Birth of John should be February 2, 1642-3 
No. 3, Birth of Lydia should be November. 
No. 5, Birth of Damaris should be January 17, 1648 9. 
No. 6, Birth of James should be January 15, 1650-1. 
No. 7, Birth of Thomas should be August. 
No. 8, Birth of Samuel should be August, and the date 
of his death, November. 
Page 4, No. 2, Birth of John Bailey should be February 2, 
1642-3. 
No. 3, liirth of Lydia Ikiiley should be November. 
Page 5, No. 5, Birth of Damaris Bailey should be January 17, 
1648-9. 
No. 6, l^irth of James liailey should be January 15, 
1650-1. 
Page 27, No. 283, liirth of Plzckicl Pierce should be August 

31. 1789- 
Page 43, Add No. 488^, Ann Mary, born May 1, 1824. 
Page 44, Add after No. 496, Mary, born June, 1815 ; married VA\ 

Little. 
Page 46, No. 520, Matilda Ann, birth should be January 30, 1805. 
No. 283, Birth should be August 31, 1789, and death 

July 27, 1859. 
Page 48, No. 544, June should be Jane. 
Page 51, No. 568, Wife of Walter should be Sarah. 
Page 53, No. 596, Plovma should be Plooma. 
Page 80, Bumbrota in middle of page should be Zumbrota. 
Page 82, No. 891, Abbie J. was born April 24, 1841. 
Page 84, No. 904, Ellen should be Ella. 
Page 85, No. 534, Husband of Mary Ann Bailey should be 

William Mason Carpenter. He conducted a 

large millinery establishment in J^'oxboro, 

Massachusetts. 



IV ERRATA. 

Page 119, No. 1228, Abner K. should be Anna K., born August 

3, 1880. 
Page 120, No. Q17, Martha should be Mary. 
Page 137, No. 1090, Mother of George Whitefield Bailey should 

be Sarah Jane (Field) Bailey. 
Page 163, No. 29, "Baptized Oct. 6, 171 1 " should probably be 

"published October 6, 171 1." 
Page 168, No. 105, David did not die September 21, 1778. That 

is the date of his wife's death. 
Page 172, No. 147, baptized should probably be published. 
Page 179, No. 96, Lieut. Joshua Bailey should be Deacon Joshua. 
Page 185, Steadley, at bottom of page should perhaps be 
Standley. 
No. 303, Hannah died June 29, 1822, instead- of Octo- 
ber 21, 1850. 
Page 188, No. 156, Olando should be Orlando. 
Page 190, No. 161, Baptized should probably be published. 
Lowell in middle of page should be Lovell. 
Widow Deborah Pratt should be Widow Deborah 
(Ager) Pratt. 
Page 195, Ldward in middle of page should be Edmond. 

No. 194, Francis should be Frances. 
Page 199, No. 218, baptized should be published. 
Page 205, No. 277, Col. Joshua Bailey married in 1775 instead 

of 1795. 
Page 206, No. 278, Read 90 instead of 09. 
Page 209, No. 284, Daniel Bailey was a wooden screw maker. 
Page 213, After 653, insert 653c?, Betsey, born 1781. (See No. 
560, Part I.) 
No. 652, Simons should be Symonds. 
No. 653, 1781 possibly should be 1780. 
No 654, Jennison possibly should be Jemson, and 

Wood should be Ward. 
No. 658, Z -brina should be Zebina. 
Page 214, No. 303, Hannah died June 29, 1822, instead of June 

9, 1822. 
Page 215, No. 677, Betsey was born August 25, 1795, instead of 
August 24. 



ERRATA. V 

Page 215, No. 685, Kendall was born March 17, 1810, instead of 

March 1 1. 
No. 682, Rosamond was born January 8, 1804, instead 

of June 8. 
Page 216, No. 309, John Bailey was born 1755 instead of 1855. 

No. 706, Mary should be Mercy W. 
Page 233, No. 338, Insert "was the son of James and Abigail 

Sargent Bailey." 
Page 224, No. 780, Mary P. married Josiah Torrey, instead of 

Jeremiah. 
Page 231, No. 840, Richard S. was born July 23, 1804, instead 

of July 23, 1814. 
Page 233, No. 494. Berlin, N. II., should be Berlin, Vt. 
Page 234, No. 498, Berlin, N. H., should be Berlin, Vt. 
Page 236, No. 889, Read Pierpont. 
Page 238, No. 920, Arozina possibly should be Arisina, and date 

of birth possibly should be 1824 instead of 

1826. 
Page 247, No. 1017, Mary was born June 12, 1826, instead of 

1824. 
Page 253, No. 704, Simmonds should read Simonds. 
Page 258, No. 1 141, Burnet should read Barnet. 
Page 267, No. 840, Richard Sawyer Bailey was born July 23, 

1804, instead of 1814. The word "baptized " 

should probably be "published." 
Page 269, No. 1226, Lucine should possibly read Lucien. 
Page 270, No. 863, Jessie should be Jesse. 
Page 271, Philander, near bottom of page, should be Philanda. 
Page 280; No. 1336, Should be born October 23, 1861, instead of 

1864. 
Page 286, No. 1388, Should be Phebc Grace, instead of Phebe 

Green. 
Page 288, No. 1 109. Road Northampton instead of North 

1 lampton. 
Page 289, No. 1412, Should rt<id "Carrie Novella married Wil- 

lard D. Hallett." 
No. 1413, Read Lura instead of Laura. 
No. 1414, Arthur J. ¥., should read Arthur J. T. 



VI ERRATA. 

Page 289, No. 141 5, Should read, " married Clara G. Beaver." 

No. nil, Read Voorhees for Vorhoes. 
Page 298, No. 1470, Should read Ernest. 
Page 301, No. 1380, Abba Bailey, was born June 6, 1870, 

instead of September 13, 1868. 
Page 302, No. 1496, Mabel should be Mabelle. 

No. 1409, Abbot should be Abbott. 

No. 1413, Read Lura instead of Laura, and Mary 
instead of Sarah. 
Page 304, No. 1439, For Arabelle read Arabella. 
Page 305, No. 1441, For Arabelle read Arabella. 
Page 322, No. 99, Read Mrs. for Mr. 
Page 328, No. 155, Died 1745. 

No. 156, Died 1745. 

No. 157, Died 1745. For married read died. 
Page 329, No. 169, For Mirriam read Miriam. 
Page 360, No. 506, For Francis read Frances. 
Page 363, No. 285, For Pickard read Packard. 
Page 369, No. 587, Insert "died at Zanesville, Ohio, October 
8, 1825." 

No. 591, This is a repetition of No. 587. 
Page 383, No. 707, F"or Jessie read Jesse. 
Page 384, No. 720, For Pllbridge read Eldridge. 
Page 394, No. 796, For Francis read P'rances. 
Page 395, No. 806, For P'rancis read Frances. 
Page 401, No. 624, For Thusa read Thuza. 
Page 402, No. 632, P'or Francis read P'rances. 
Page 403, No. 641, For Amne read Omne. 

No. 893, For Amne read Omne. 
Page 411, No. 964, P"or 1776 read 1876. 



BAILBY GBNEALOGY. 



PART ONE. 



ACCOUNT 01- 



JAMBS BAILEY OF ROWLEY 



and some of his descendants. 



COMPILED BY 

MOLLIS R. BAILEY. 

MRS. GERTRUDE E. BAILEY. 

MRS. ABBIE F. ELLSWORTH. 



1899. 



JAMES OF UOWLEY BRANCH. 

FIRST GENERATION. 

-1- 

JAMES BAILEY, born about 1612, in England, came to 
Rowley in the Massachusetts Bay Colony about 1640. He 

married Lydia . He died in Rowley August g, 1677. 

She died in Rowley April 29, 1704. 

James Bailey was a brother of Richard Bailey, who came to 
New I^ngland in 1638 in the ship " Bevis." It is not known 
from what part of England James and Richard came. An 
account of Richard and his descendants was published by Alfred 
Poor of Salem, Mass., in 1858, in a book entitled, " Historical 
and Genealogical Researches in the Merrimack Valley." 

Richard Bailey in his will dated in 1648, a copy of which is 
printed in the Sixth Annual Report of the Bailey-Bayley Eamily 
Association, mentions his brother, James, and his nephew, John. 
It appears from the town records of Rowley that James Bailey 
acquired, by allotment and purchase, considerable real estate, 
and was a citizen in good standing. He held various town 
offices, including the office of Overseer of the Poor, and also 
that of Selectman for several years. His house stood on the 
east side of what is now called Pleasant street in the village of 
Rowley, on land now owned by Mr. Charles H. Todd. 

The record of the original grant is as follows : " To James 
Baley one house lott containing an Acre and an halfe lying on 
the north side of Edward Sawyer's house lott." 

CHILDREN. 

2 John, born December 2, 1642. (Sec page 4.) 

3 Lydia, born September, 1644. (Sec page 4.) 

4 Jonathan, born September, 1646; died March, 1665. 

5 Damaris, born November 17, 1648. (See page 5.) 

6 James, born November 15, 1650. (See page 5.) 

7 Thomas, born June i, 1653 ; no issue. 

8 Samuel, born June 10, 1655 ; died September, 1657. 

9 Samuel, born November 6, 1658 ; no issue. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

-2- 

(From page 3.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born December 2, 1642, was a son of the 
first settler James Bailey and his wife Lydia. He married Mary 
Mighill, June 16, 1668. She was a daughter of Deacon Thomas 
Mighill, one of the leading citizens of Rowley. They lived in 
Rowley and had nine children, the last one born after his father's 
death. John Bailey served as a soldier under General Phipps in 
the expedition against Canada in 1690, and perished coming from 
Canada, November 19, 1690. His widow was appointed admin- 
istratrix of his estate, as appears by the records of the Probate 
Court at Salem, Mass. She died about 1693. 

CHILDREN. 

10 Jonathan, born August 31, 1670. (See page 6.) 

11 Ann, born Eebruary 24, 1673; died December 17, 1690. 

12 Nathaniel, born 1675. (See page 7.) 

13 Thomas, born October 7, 1677. (See page 7.) 

14 James, born 1680. (See page 8.) 

15 Mary, born February i, 1683; died about 1722. It is 

supposed that she lived in Boston. 

16 Elizabeth, born November 15, 1685 ; died January 26, 

1780. She married Daniel Tenney, January 2, 
1722, and lived at Newbury, Mass. 

17 Lydia, born April 14, 1688 ; married Daniel Ritterand 

lived in Lunenburg, Mass. 
18 John, born January 12, 1691. (See page 9.) 

-3- 

(From page 3.) 

LYDIA BAILEY, born September, 1644, was a daughter 
of the first settler, James Bailey, and his wife, Lydia. 

She married Abel Platts, May 8, 1672. She lived in Rowley. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY UKANCII. SECOND GENERATION. 5 

CHILDREN. 

19 Moses, born February 4, 1672-3. 

20 Samuel, born February 5, 1681. 

-5- 

(From page 3.) 

DAMARIS BAILEY, born November 17, 1648, was a 
daughter of James Bailey, the first settler, and his wife, Lydia. 
She married Thomas Leaver, May 8, 1672, being the same day 
that her sister Lydia was married. She lived in Rowley. 

CHILDREN. 

21 Sarah, born October 29, 1673. 

22 Damaris, born July 30, 1677. 

23 Mary, born March 7, 168 1. 

24 Lydia, born December 5, 1684. 

-6- 

(From page 3.) 

JAMES BAILEY, born November 15, 1650, was a son of 
the first settler, James Bailey, and his wife, Lydia. He married 
Elizabeth Johnson, May 12, 1680. He lived in Rowley, Mass. 
He died March 20, 1715. His gravestone is still standing in 
the burying ground at Rowley. His wife died September 
12, 1743- 

CHILDREN. 

25 James, born July, 1681 ; died August 3, 1681. 

26 Elizabeth, born November 16, 1682 ; died December, 

1682. 

27 John, born February i, 1686; died February 13, 1686. 

28 Elizabeth, born January 7, 1688 ; married Samuel 

Scott, July 12, 1717. (See page 9.) 
29 Hannah, born December 4, 1690 ; died November 30, 

1743 ; married Moses Davis, November, 1711. 
30 James, born May 12, 1694. (See page 10.) 
31 Samuel, born October 27, 1701 ; died February 14, 

1754. No issue. He had his father's Bradford 

lands. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

-10- 

(From page 4.) 

JONATHAN BAILEY, born August 31, 1670, was a son 
of John Bailey and Mary (Mighill) Bailey. He lived in Rowley, 
Mass., and held the office of Captain. He married first, Hannah 
Walker, March 7, 1693. She died December 9, 1702. He mar- 
ried second, Sarah Jewett, daughter of Deacon Ezekiel Jewett of 
Rowley. She was born in 1675 ^"d died September, 28, 1730. 
He contemplated a third marriage and October 30, 1733 was 
fixed as the date of the wedding, the intended bride being Mrs. 
Mercy Barker Gage. For some reason the marriage did not 
take place. He died November 23, 1733. He had ten children, 
five by each wife. 

CHILDREN. 

32 Jonathan, born February i, 1694-5. (Seepage 11.) 

33 Shubael, born February 22, 1695-6. (Seepage 11.) 

34 John, born July i, 1698. (See page 12.) 

35 Ann, born February 4, 1701 ; married first, Thomas 

Wicom, April i, 1728; married second, Daniel 
Tenney. 

36 Benoni, born December 9, 1702; died November 

21, 1703. 

37 Hannah, born June 30, 1709; married John Stuart, 

November, 1732. 

38 Sarah, born January 14, 1711-12; married Samuel 

Dickinson, March, 1733. 

39 Moses, born February 4, 1712-13. 

40 Mary, born July, 1715; married Amos Jewett, Feb- 

ruary 18, 1735. 

41 Ezekiel, born April, 1718; died young. 



JAMES OF KOWLEY BRANCH. THIRD GENERATION. ^ 

-12- 

(From page 4.) 

NATHANIEL BAILEY, born in March, 1675, was a son 
of John Bailey and Mary (Mighill) Bailey. He lived in Rowley, 
Mass. He married Sarah Clark, January 2, 1700. He died 
July 21, 1722. His widow married John Stewart, March 
28, 1727. 

CHILDREN. 

42 Joseph, born October 17, 1701. (See page 12.) 

43 Nathaniel, born October 27, 1703. (See page 12.) 

44 Josiah, born November 3, 1705. (See page 13.) 

45 David, born November 11, 1707. (See page 13.) 

46 Samuel, born November 25, 1709. (See page 14.) 

47 Mercy, born March 21, 1712, (See page 10.) 

48 Sarah, born November 18, 1719. 

-13- 

(From page 4.) 

THOMAS BAILEY, born October 7, 1677, was a son of 
John Bailey and Mary (Mighill) Bailey. He lived in Bradford, 
Mass. He married Eunice Walker, December 8, 1700. She 
was a granddaughter of Humphrey Woodbury of Beverly, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

49 John, born March 24, 1701 2. 

50 Jane, born February 4, 1706. (See page 14.) 

51 Jeremiah, born August 14, 1709. (See page 15.) 

52 Sarah, born December 27, 1711. (Seepage 15.) 

53 Elizabeth, born December 22, 1713. She married 

Deacon John Smith. 

54 Mary, born December 4, 17 15. 

55 Susanna, born -May 7, 1717-18. 

56 Humphrey, born May 26, 1719. (See page 16.) 

57 Rachel, born August 19, 1721. 

58 Joanna, born December 22, 1723. 



8 PART ONE. THIRD GENERATION. 

-14- 

(From page 4) 

JAMES BAILEY, born in 1680, was a son of John Bailey 
and Mary (Mighill) Bailey. He lived in Bradford, Mass. He 
married first, Hannah Wood, July 14, 1702. She was born Jan- 
uary, 20, 168 1. He married second, Mrs. Mary Bacon, Novem- 
ber 22, 1733. This second marriage is cited as an instance in 
New England of what were known as smock marriages. Smock 
marriages were weddings where the bride appeared dressed in a 
white sheet or chemise furnished by the bridegroom. The 
reason of such a garb was the belief that if a man married a 
woman who was in debt he could be held liable for her indebted- 
ness if he received any property with her. Eventually all 
immodesty was avoided by the bridegroom's furnishing to the 
bride all the clothing worn at the wedding retaining title to the 
same in himself. This was done in the presence of witnesses 
that he might prove the fact in case he was sued for any debts 
she might have contracted. The following is a copy of the 
record in the case of the second marriage of James Bailey : — 

" Bradford, December, ye 24, 1733. 
This may certify whomsoever it may concern that James Bailey of Brad- 
ford who was married to the widow Mary Bacon November 22, last passed 
by me, ye subscriber, then declared that he took the said person without 
anything of estate and that Lydia, the wife of Eliazer Burbank «& Mary the 
wife of Thomas Stickney & Margaret, the wife of Caleb Burbank all of 
Bradford, were witnesses that the clothes she then had on were of his 
providing & bestowing upon her. 

William Balch, Minister of ye Gospel." 

James Bailey died early in 1769, leaving a will which was 
probated at Salem, Mass., February 27, 1769. He had 13 chil- 
dren all by his first wife. 

CHILDREN 

59 Abigail, born October 26, 1703. (See page 16.) 

60 Samuel, born February 20, 1705. (See page 16.) 

61 Hannah, born July 30, 1706; married James Hardy, 
July 4, 1727. 

62 Joseph, born May 18, 1708. (See page 17.) 

63 Mehitable, born August 8, 1709. (See page 18.) 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. THIRD OENKKA TIOX. 9 

64 Edward, born August 9, 171 1. (See page 18.) 

65 Ednah, born May 31, 1713 ; married Jonathan Griffin 

of Newbury, October 28, 1731. 
56 Stephen, born January 3, 1715. (See page 18.) 
6"] Miriam, born June 14, 1716; married Moses Tyler. 

September 25, 1734. 
68 Beulah, born December 20, 17 18. (See page 19.) 
69 James, born October 10, 1720; died young. 
70 James, born February 11, 1721-2. (See page 19.) 
71 Hepzibah, born February 29, 1723-4; married a Mr. 
Beale. 

-18- 

(From page 4.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born January 12, 1691, was a son of John 
l^ailey and Mary (Mighill) Bailey. He lived in Boston. It is sup- 
posed that his wife's name was Mehitable. He died before 1722. 

CHILDREN. 

72 William, born about 17 14. (See page 20.) 

73 Benjamin, born October 4, 1716, lived in Boston and 

was a shipwright. 

74 John, born August 30, 1718, lived in Haverhill and 

was a cordwainer. 

75 Sarah, born August 30, 1718. 

76 Samuel, born May 24, 1721. 

-28- 

(From page 5.) 

ELIZABETH BAILEY, born January 7, 1688, was a 
daughter of James Bailey and Elizabeth (Johnson) Bailey. She 
married Samuel Scott, July 12, 17 17. She died February 
3> 1768. 

CHILDREN. 

T^ Elizabeth, born April 11, 1718; died May 17, 1736. 

78 Ruth, born October 27, 1719; died February 11, 1728. 

79 Hannah, baptized January 17, 1721 ; died July 22, 1736, 



10 I'ART ONE. THIRD (iENEKATION. 

80 Susannah, baptized August 16, 1724; died July 15, 1736. 

81 Jane, baptized August 16, 1724; died November 

14, 1728. 

82 Samuel, baptized August i8, 1726 ; married Bridget 

Boynton. 

83 Infant (unnamed) ; died May 17, 1728. 

-30- 

(From page 5.) 
JAMES BAILEY, born May 12, 1694, was a son of James 
Bailey and Elizabeth (Johnson) Bailey. He lived in Rowley 
and had his father's Rowley lands. He held the office of 
lieutenant. He married his cousin, Mercy Bailey, a daughter 
of Nathaniel Bailey (see page 7), March 20, 1740. She was 
born March 21, 17 12 and died January 27, 1779. He died Janu- 
ary 3, 1768, "of the palsey." 

CHILDREN. 

84 James, born June, 1741 ; died June 15, 1741. 

85 Elizabeth, born September 19, 1742; died April 

24, 1760. 

86 James, born March 23, 1745 ; died January 27, 1809. 

87 Moses, born August 31, 1747; died March, 1776. 

88 Paul, born August 175 1 ; died April 23, 1752. 

89 Hannah, born December 19, 1753. (See page 20.) 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

-32- 

(From page 6.) 

JONATHAN BAILEY, born February i, 1694-5, was a 
soil of Capt. Jonathan Bailey and Hannah (Walker) Bailey. 
He went to Lancaster, Mass., to live about 1722. He married 
first, Bridget Boynton, at Lancaster, March 28, 1734. She was 
admitted to the church in Lancaster by letter from Rowley in 
1735 or 1736. He was admitted to the church in Lancaster in 
like manner in 1740. She died April 15, 1746, and he married 
second, Abigail Whitney, March 26, 1747. She died February 
2, 1771. He died January 15, 1770, and was buried at Byfield, 
Mass., where his gravestone is said to be now standing. He had 
five children, all by his first wife. He was a farmer. The 
records of the Second or West Precinct Church of Lancaster 
(now First Church in Sterling) begin with the usual covenant, 
and the name of Jonathan Bailey appears as one of the 18 
subscribers. 

CIIILDKKN. 

90 Bridget, born January 29, 1736 7. 

91 Jonathan, born March 21. 1737-8. (See page 21.) 

92 Shubael, born June 6, 1740. (See page 21.) 

93 Elizabeth, born February 28, 1742-3. 

94 Hannah, born March 26, 1746. 

-33- 

(From page 6.) 

SHUBAEL BAILEY, born February 22, 1695-6, was a 
son of Capt. Jonathan Bailey and Hannah (Walker) Bailey. He 
,vent to Lancaster, Mass., to live about 1722. He married 
Anna Houehton, November 19, 1728. 



12 I'AKI' ONI".. KOUKTII ( . ICM'.K \T10N. 

ClIIi.DKI'.N. 

95 Joseph, born May 1 1, 1730. (.Sec pa^c 22) 
cjG Hannah, born April 2, 1732. 

97 Jonathan, born November 24, 1733. 

-34- 

(From page 6.) 

JOHN HATLEY, born July i, 1698, was a son of Capt. 
Jonathan Bailey and Hannah (Walker) Bailey. He married 
Elizabeth Crosby, January 17, 1722-3, and lived in Rowley, Mass. 

CHILDKKN. 

98 Jonathan, born July 28, 1724 ; died August 21, 1724. 

99 Pllizabeth, born August 15, 1725; died September 

8, 1725. 
100 Hannah (baptized Elizabeth), born January i, 172$. 

101 Jedediah, born October 31, 1729. (See page 22.) 

102 John, born August 8, 1732. (See page 22.) 

103 Jonathan, born June i, 1735 ; died 1755. 

104 I^lizabeth, born June 4, 1738. 

-42- 

(From page 7.) 

JOSEPH J5AILEY, born October 17, 1701, was a son of 
Nathaniel Bailey and Sarah (Clark) liailey. He lived at Rowley 
and was a potter by trade. He married Sarah Jevvett, 
June, 1725. 

CllILl)Ki:X. 

105 Elizabeth, born December 27, 1725. 

106 Nathaniel, born March 17, 1727. 

107 David, born June 27, I72(j. 

108 Amos, born Se])tend)cr 12, 1731. 

-43- 

(I'roin pa^e 7.) 

NATHANHvL BAIl.lA', Ix.rn Octcber 27, 1703, was a 
son of Nathaniel l^aiUn and Saiah (ijlark) liailey. He lived at- 



lAMKS OK KOWI.I.V |;I<AN( II. lOUK'ni • . MN KKATION. I3 

(ilouccstcr, Mass., and was a tanner. 1 Ic married Mary Worces- 
ter of Bradford, Mass., July 25, 172O. 

ciiiii.nui'.N. 

109 Hulda, born May 12, 172S. 

no Timothy, born March 19, 1729-30. 

1 1 1 Sarah, born 1732. 

112 l<21iphalet, born May 5, 1734. 

113 Joshua, born December 12, 1737. 

114 Nathan, born July 17, 1740. 

115 lienjamin, born December 23, 174O. 

-44- 

( From pat;c 7.) 

JOSIAII HAII.l^V, born November 3, 1705, was a son of 
Nathaniel Hailey and Sarah (Clark) l>ailey. He was a carpen- 
ter and went from Ivowley to \V()l)urn, Mass., and afterwards 
from Woburn to Lunenburi;, Mass. He married Elizabeth 
( .' Stevens), lie died in 179S. 

tllll.DKl'.N. 

115 Isaac, born Au^uist 8, 1729. (See page 23.) 

117 I'"lizabeth, born Marcli 4, 1731. 

1 18 Josiah, born July 14 or 25, 1734. (See page 23.) 

119 Ruth, born January 7, 1741. (Sec page 24.) 

-45- 

(From page 7.) 

DAVID BAILl^V, born November 11, 1707, was a son of 
Nathaniel Hailey and Sarah (Clark) Ixiiley. He lived in Row- 
ley, Mass., was a weaver and was a deacon of the church. He 
married first, Mary llodgkins, Decen)ber 7, 1727. She died 
August 10, 1759. He manied second, Mehitable Smith, Decem- 
l>er, 1759. She died August 20, 1789 lie had seven children, 
all by his first wife, lie died May 12, 1709. The house in 
which he lived is still standing. 



14 PART ONE. FOURTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

120 Jacob, born 1731. (See page 24.) 

121 David, born 1735. 

122 Pierce, born 1738 ; died at Crown Point. 

123 Amos, born 1740. (Seepage 25.) 

124 John, born September 9, 1741. (Seepage 25.) 

125 Nathaniel, born 1743. (Seepage 26.) 

126 Kzekiel, born January 5, 1746. (See page 27.) 

-46- 

(From page 7.) 

SAMUI^:L bailey, born November 25, 1709, was a son 
of Nathaniel Bailey and Sarah (Clark) Bailey. He married 
Jane Rogers, January 9, 1733. She was born in 1712 and died 
January, 1786. He lived in Rowley and had nine children. 
He died August i, 1796. 

CHILDREN. 

127 Samuel, born November 16, 1734. 

128 William, born November 3, 1735. 

129 Jane, born February 26, 1739. 

130 John, born July 19, 1741. (See page 27.) 

131 Thomas, born November 5, 1742. 

132 Anne, born December 23, 1744. 

133 Sarah, born P'ebruary 20, 1746. 

134 Mary, born February 21, 1750; married John Ross. 

135 Samuel, born ; died November 5, 1753. 

136 Samuel, born May 4, 1757. 

-50- 

(From page 7.) 

JANE BAILEY, born February 4, 1706, was a daughter 
ot Thomas l>ailey and P^unice (Walker) Bailey of Bradford. 
She married John Harriman in 1726. He was born June 3, 1703. 

CHILDREN. 

137 PInoch, born May 18, 1727 ; died, May 29, 1736. 

138 Jane, born June 24, 1729 ; died, August 23, 1736. 



JAMKS Ol" KOVVI.EY I'.KANCII. I'OUK'III C IvN i:i< ATION. 1$ 

139 John, born October 17, 1731 ; married Mary Plummer, 

December 26, 175 1. 

140 Leonard, born June, 1734; died, September i, 1736. 

141 Enoch, baptized August 29, 1736; married Martha 

Palmer. 

142 Leonard, born March 12, 1739; married Rosamond 

Harriman, December 13, 1763. 

143 Jane, born March 27, 1741 , married John Dresser of 

Boxford, 1763. 

144 Thomas, born January 19, 1744; married Martha Pool, 

September 28, 1766. 

145 Margaret, born ; married Samuel Smith, 

February 2, 1775. 

146 Anna, born August 13, 1750. 

-51- 

(From pa^e 7.) 

JP:R1':M1AII I^AILI'IY, bom August 14, 1 709, was a son 
ot Thomas Jiailey and JOunice (Walker) J^ailey ot Rradtord, 
Mass. He married Mercy J^urbank, September 3, 1741. 

CHILDREN. 

147 Joanna, born ; married first, David Merrill ; mar- 

ried second, Eben Mitchell. 
148 Benjamin, born October 16, 1747. (See page 28.) 

-52- 

(From page 7.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born December 27, 171 1, was a daugh- 
ter of Thomas l^ailey and Eunice (Walker) Bailey of Bradford, 
Mass. She married John Grachoa or Grushea, December 
14. 1732. 

CMIIl.DKKN. 

149 John, born l*'ebruary 8, 1742. 

150 Sarah, born May 21, 1746. 



i6 



I'ART ONE. FOURTH GENERATION. 



-56- 

(From page 7 ) 

HUMPHREY BAILEY, born May 26, 1719, was a son of 
Thomas I^ailey and Fainice (Walker) Bailey of Bradford, Mass. 
He moved from Haverhill, Mass., to Hopkinton, N. H., about 
1776. He married . He died about 1801. 



CHILDREN. 

151 Thomas, born 

152 Solomon, born 

153 Ruth, born 

of Hopkinton, N. H. 

154 Joanna, born 



. (See page 29.) 
. (See page 29.) 
; married Samuel Currier 

; married Noah Parsons. 



-59- 

(From page 8.) 

ABIGAH^ l^AILEY, born October 26, 1703, was a daugh- 
ter of James ]5ailey and Hannah (Wood) Bailey of Bradford. 
She married Joseph Carleton, Jr., October 30, 1729. She died 
P^ebruary 8, 1737-8. 



155 Micah, born 

156 Sarah, born 



CHILDREN. 



; died September 12, 1736. 



-60- 

(From page 8.) 

SAMUEL iiAILEY, born P^ebruary 20, 1705, was a son 
of James Bailey and Hannah (Wood) Bailey of Bradford, Mass. 
He married first, Mary Rolf, Pebruary 2, 1727-8. He moved 
from Bradford to Andover, Mass., about 1735 and settled on the 
bank of the Merrimack river near the Tewksbury line. His 
house lot now forms a part of the famous Hood stock farm. He 
married second, December, 1774, Dorcas Abbott, of Andover. 
(See Andover Townsman, May 21, 1897, Article No. 57, by Miss 
C. H. Abbott). She was born October 2, 1735 and outlived her 
husband. He died January 5, 1784, of a cancer. 



|AMi:.S OK KOWLKY HKANCII. lOUUTH (iEN I'.K AllON. I 7 

CIIILDKKN. 

157 Samuel, born November 14, 1728. (See jnij^e 30 ) 

158 Marah (or Mary) born November 18, 1730. (See- 

page 31.) 
159 Levi ( ?) born 1739. 

-62- 

(From page 8.) 

JOSEPH BAILEY, born May 18, 1708, was a son of James 
Bailey and Hannah (Wood) Bailey of Bradford, Mass. He 
moved from Bradford to Tewksbury about 1735 and was a mem- 
ber of the church in Tewksbury. He had some musical talent. 
He married first, Sarah Goss, who was born in 1709 and died 
April 22, 1755. Her grave stone is still standing in the old 
burying ground at Tewksbury Centre. He married second, 
Apphia Bartlett, October 3, 1755. He had ii children, nine of 
them by his first wife and two by his second wife. 

ClIlLDkEN. 

r6o Joseph, born May 18, 1736; married l^^leanor Harri.s, 
November 29, 1759 ; died August 8, 1761, at Tewks- 
bury. 

16 [ Sarah, born September 15, 1737 ; died 1760, at Tewks- 
bury. 

162 ICbenezer, born April 30, 1739. (See page 31.) 

163 Jethro, born April 21, 1741. (See page 32.) 

164 James, born July 31, 1743; died February 28, 1761, at 
Tewksbury. 

165 Luther, born August 2, 1745. (See page 32.) 

166 William, born February 13, 1747. (See page 33.) 

167 Hannah, born October 19, 1750; said to have married 

a Mr. Knapp. 

168 Timothy, born April 12, 1754; died June 7, 1761. 

169 Apphia, born September 29, 1757 ; died September 14, 

1759, at Tewksbury. 

170 Tristram l^artlett, born November 7, 1759; died May 

3, 1763, at Tewksl)ury. 



l8 I'AKT ONE. FOUKTll ( ■ I.NKK ATION 

-63- 

(From paj;e 8.) 

MEHITABLE BAILEY, born August 8, 1709, was a 
daughter of James Bailey and Hannah (Wood) Bailey of Brad- 
ford, Mass. She married John Goss, July 30, 1728. 

CHILDREN. 

171 Hannah, born November 6, 1730. 

172 Anna, born October 12, 1732. 

173 James, born March 12, 1735. 

174 Peter, born June 17, 1737. 

175 John, born March 8, 1739. ' 

176 Daniel, born September 4, 1741. 

177 Martha, born July 11, 1748. 

-64- 

(From page 9.) 

EDWARD BAILEY, born August 9, 171 1, was a sou of 
James liailey and Hannah (Wood) liailey of Bradford, Mass. 
He married Elizabeth Burbank, October 12, 1732. 

CHILDREN. 

178 Moses, born August 16, 1733. 

179 Hannah, born Eebruary 24, 1740. 

180 Abigail, born Eebruary i, 174L 

-66- 

(From page 9.) 

STEPHEN BAILEY, born January 3, 1715, was a son of 
James Bailey and Hannah (Wood) Bailey of Bradford, Mass. 
He lived at Bradford, Mass. He married first, Sarah Church of 
Newbury, Mass., May 3, 1737. She died April 6, 1739. He 
married second, Judith Varnum (or Varnam), at Amesbury, 
Mass., May 22, 1740. 

CHILDREN. 

181 Abraham, born April 3, 1739; married Ruth Harris, 

July 10, 1763. 

182 Mary, born August i, 1743. 

183 Charles, born August 27, 1744. (See page 33.) 



jAMi'.s oi'- kowli:y bkancii. i-()uktii of.ni:i<ai ion. 19 

-68- 

(From page 9.) 

HEULAH liAILEY, born December 20, 1718, was a 
tlaughter of James Bailey and Hannah (Wood) Bailey of Brad- 
ford, Mass. She married Daniel (or Nathaniel) Griffin of New- 
bury, February 24, 1735-6. 

CHILDREN. 

184 Samuel, born April 27, 1737. 
■ 185 Daniel, born February 23, 1738. 

-70- 

(From page 9.) 

JAMFS liAILEY, born February 11, 172 1-2, was a son of 
James Bailey and Hannah (Wood) Bailey of Bradford, Mass. 
He was a ship carpenter. He married first, Rachel l^erry about 
1745. He married second, Mary Kincaird. His early married 
life was spent at Newburyport, Mass., and at Falmouth, Me. 
He afterwards moved to Haverhill, N. H. Still later he was 
one of the first settlers in Peacham, Vt. He served in the 
French War, having enlisted while living at Falmouth, Me. He 
was taken prisoner on Lake George, was carried to F" ranee and 
confined in a castle 19 months. He was finally exchanged 
and sent to England. From thence he returned to his home at 
Falmouth. He died at Peacham, Vt., about 1807. He had eight 
children by his first wife and three by his second. 

CHILDREN. 

186 Hannah, born March 28, 1746, in Bradford. 

187 Rachel, born F'ebruary 20, 1748, in Newburyport; 

married John McFarland. 

188 James, born October 26, 1750. (See page 34.) 

189 tLSther (or Ednah), born January, 1753. (See page 34 ) 
190 Joshua, born September 5, 1755. 

191 Abijah, born September 3, 1758. (See page 35.) 

192 Benjamin, born May 25, 1760. (See page 35.) 

193 l.uthcr, born (See page 36 ) 



20 PART ONE. FOURTH GENERATION. 

194 Anna, born ; married a Mr. Davenport. 

195 Mary, born 

196 Charles, born ; married a Miss Johnson. 

-72- 

(From page 9.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born about 1714, was a son of John 
liailey and wife, Mehitable. He lived in Haverhill, Mass., and 
was a tailor. He married Abigail Kilbournc at Rowley. Mar- 
riage intentions were published May i, 1756. He died Novem- 
ber 16, 1760, by drowning at the Isle of Sables. 

CHILDREN. 

197 William, born February 7, 1758 ; married Kittie Hum- 

berton of Newburyport. 

198 George, born March 22, 1760. 

-89- 

(From page 10.) 

HANNAH BAILEY, born December 19, 1753, was a 
daughter of Lieut. James Bailey and Mercy (Bailey) Bailey. 
She married Nelson Todd, as his second wife, August 8, 1780. 
His first wife was Hannah Jewett. Hannah (Bailey) Todd died 
July 9, 1804. 

CHILDREN. 

199 Henry Bailey, born October 25. 1781 ; married Pris- 

cilla Todd, 1807, ^'^<^ ^^^^^ '^ son named Henry 
Bailey Todd. 

200 Elizabeth, born September 29, 1788 ; married Moses 

Todd. 

201 Hannah, born March 12, 1788; died September, 181 1. 

202 Charles, born December, 1791 ; died October 20, 1793. 

203 Susan, born September 2, 1796; married Caleb Todd, 

a brother of Priscilla. Their son, Capt. J. Scott 
Todd, now lives in Rowley, Mass. The descend- 
ants of Hannah Bailey and Nelson Todd have 
been large land holders in Rowley and among the 
most influential families of the town. 



JAMES OF HOWLEV HRANCH. 

J'IFTH Gl^NERy\TION. 

-91- 

(From page 1 1.) 

JONATHAN 1JAIL?:Y, born March 21, 1737-8, wns a son 
of Jonathan l^ailcy and Bricl;^^ct (l^oynton) liailcy. JIc married 
lumicc Houghton of Lancaster, Mass., January 16, 1760. He 
died November i, 1814. 

CniLDKICN. 

204 Eunice, born January 19, 1761. 

205 Zerriah, born September 3, 1762. 

206 Ik^njamin, born May 12, 1764. 

207 Molly, born May 6, 1767. 

208 Prudence, born May 6, 1767. 

209 Mical, born October 24, 1769. 

210 Sarah, baptized September 18, 1774. 

21 1 Dinah, baptized September 24, 1775. 

212 Hannah, baptized August 21, 1777. 

-92- 

(From page 11.) 

SHUliAlCL liAH.KY, born June 6, 1740, was a son of 
Jonathan Bailey and liridget (Hoynton) liailey. He married 
Hannah Whitmore of l^oston, December 25, 1766. He lived in 
Lancaster and Sterling, Mass. He served in the l-'rench War 
and had a pension from the l^jiglish government. He also 
served in the Revolutionary War. He died April 6, 1824, ''i 
Sterling and was buried in the Ciiockselt liurial Ground. He 
was a shoemaker by trade and also carried on a farm in Lan- 
caster. He was six feet, seven inches tall, and weighed 300 
pounds and was very strong. 

CIIILOKEN. 

213 Dolly, born November 4, 1767; died July, 1775. 
214 I^aul, born October 22, 1769. (Sec page },y.) 



22 PAKT ONE. FIFTH (IFNEUATION. 

215 Knos, born March (or November 20), 1771. 
216 Sampson, born January 22, 1774, in Sterling. (See 
page 38.) 
217 Jonathan, born January 25, 1776. 
218 Uolly, born March i, 1778. (See page 38.) 
219 Betsey, born March 16, 1780; married Mr. llobbs of 
Princeton and had children. 

220 Manasseh, born June 13, 1782. (Seepage 39.) 

221 Hannah, born October 13, 1784. (See page 39.) 

222 Polly, born February 28, 1787. (See page 40.) 

-95- 

(From page 12.) 

JOSEPH BAILEY, born May 11, 1730, was a s«n of 
Shubael Bailey and Anna (Houghton) Bailey. He iiiarrictl 
Eydia Parker, P'ebruary 13, 1753. 

CHILDREN. 

223 Joseph, baptized October 21, 1759. 

224 Stephen, baptized October 21, 1759. 

225 Shubael, born March 22, 1761. PLnlisted in the Rev- 

olutionary Army in 1778 at the age of 18. 

-101- 

(From page 12.) 

JP:DEDIAH bailey, bom October 31, 1729, wa.s a son 
of John Bailey and Elizabeth (Crosby) Bailey. He married 
Martha Thurlow of Newbury, Mass., in 1756. He lived in 
Rowley, Mass. ',■■ ■ 

CHILDREN. 

226 Jonathan, born April 16, 1757, in Rowley. 

227 Jonathan, born August 12, 1758, in Rowley. 

-102- 

(From page 12.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born August 8, 1732, was a son of joh" 
Bailey and Elizabeth (Crosby) Bailey. He married Mary 



jAMI'.S (»l' KOVVI.KY ItKANCII FIFTH ( I I'.N I':K A TION. 2^ 

Holmaii of Newbury, Mass., November 4, 1756. He lived in 
Rowley, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

228 I'21izabeth, born September 29, 1757, in Rowley, Mass. 

229 Hannah, born November 5, 1758, in Rowley, Mass. 

230 Moses, born January 26, 1760, in Rowley, Mass. 

-116- 

(From page 13.) 

ISAAC liAILlCY, born August 8, 1729, was a son of 
Josiah 15ailey and Elizabeth (Stevens .'' ) Jiailey. He married 
first, Mary Lovejoy of Andover, in 1751. Their marriage inten- 
tions were published October 26, 1751. lie went from I.unen- 
burg, Mass., to Jaffrey, N. H., about 1778. He served as a 
soldier in the war of the Revolution. He married second, 
Susannah . He had seven children, all by his first 

wife. He died in 1812. 

CIllI.DKKN. 

231 Molly, born 1^'ebruary 14, 1753; married Jonathan 

Holt, December 12, 1782, and moved to Maine. 
232 Isaac, born February 27, 1757. (See page 40.) 

233 John, born March 7, 1760; married Rebecca Wheelock 

November 8, 1797. 

234 Betty, born June 2, 1762; married Abel Hodgman. 

235 Hannah, born June 30, 1764; married Calvin Russell 

and moved to Maine. 

236 Samuel, born October 12, 1771. 

237 Ruth, born August 23, 1775. 

-118- 

(From page 13). 

JC^SIAH HAIIJ-'Y, born July 14, 1734, was a son of Josiah 
Hailcy and ICIizabeth (Stevens.^) Hailey. He married Sarah 
Carter, October 7, 1762. She was born April iO, 1736 and died 
March 21, 1818. He lived in Lunenburg, Mass. He was at the 
battle of liunker Hill. He died September 22, 1815, at Lunen- 
burg, Mass. 



24 PART ONE. FIFTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

238 Joseph, born June 29, 1763 ; died young. 

239 Benjamin, born March 6, 1765. (See page 41 ) 

240 Sarah, born December 6, 1766; died young. 

241 Josiah, born January 27, 1768. (See page 42.) 

242 Sarah, born March 31, 1770. 

243 Polly (or Molly), born April i, 1772. 

244 Joseph, born September 12, 1774. 

245 Ruth, born May 15 (or 18), 1777. 

246 Thaddeus, born April 30, 1779. 

-119- 

(From page 13.) 

RUTH BAILEY, born January 7, 1 740-1, was a daughter 
of Josiah J^ailey and Elizabeth (Stevens.') Bailey. She married 
Asa Carlton February 8, 1763. 

CHILDREN, 

247 Asa, born February 14, 1764. 

248 Iktty, born June 14, 1766. 

249 Ruth, born July 24, 1768. 

250 Calvin, born June 26, 1770. 

251 Luther, born August 26, 1772. 

-120- 

(From page 14.) 

REV. JACOB BAILEY, born 1731, was a .son of Deacon 
David Bailey and Mary (Hodgkins) Bailey. He married Sally 
Weeks, August, 1761 (or 1762). She died at Annapolis, Nova 
Scotia, March 22, 1818. He graduated from Harvard College 
in 1755. He taught school and became a clergyman of the 
Church of England and was settled in Pownalborough, Me. 
He remained loyal to England during the Revolutionary War, 
and finally fled to Halifax. For a full account of his life see 
a book entitled " Frontier Missionary," by William S. Bartlett, 
published in 1853. He died July 26, 1808. 



jAMi-.s oi' i<()\vli-:y i;i<an( II. iiiTii (ii.Ni'.KAiinN. 25 

( IIII.DKI.N. 

252 Charles Percy, l)orn at I'ownalborougli ; 

killed ill battle of Chijipewa, July 5, 1814. 

253 Rebecca Lavinia, born March, 1781 (?); died at 

Annapolis, Nova Scotia. 

254 Charlotte Maria, born 

255 Thomas Henry, born ; left three daugh- 

ters ; was a Ikitish officer. 

256 William Gilbert, born ; left issue; was a 

lawyer. 

257 JClizabeth Anna, born ; married James 

Whitman, January 14, 1816; she died May 25, 
1861, leaving one child. (See "Whitman Gene- 
alogy.") 

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(!■■ 10111 paj;c i\.) 

AMOS HAIIJCY, born 1 7.40, was a son of Deacon David 
Bailey and Mary (Hodgkins) IJailey. lie married f.ydia Ross 
of Ipswich, lie died March 22, 1797. 

C11I1.1>I<KN. 

258 Abner Ross, born May 9, 1767; died September 

22, 1845. 

259 Amos, born December 22, 1768; died April 20, 1853. 

260 Lydia, born December 13, 1770. 

261 Lucy, born April 1, 1778. 

262 Nathaniel, born December 21, 1781. (Sec page 42.) 

-124- 

(From paije 14.) 

JOHN BAH^EY, born September 9, I74r, was a son of 
Deacon David l^ailey and Mary (Hodgkins) l^ailev. He mar- 
ried Hannah Dresser, February 14, 1760. He moved to Man- 
chester, Mass., and served in the Revolutionary Army. He 
died on his way home of the small pox. His widow mo\ed to 
the home of her father in Ipswich Village. 



26 PART ONE. FIFTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

263 Mehitable, born January 23, 1763; died October 11 
' 1807. 
264 Pierce, born July 13, 1766. (See page 43.) 

265 Elizabeth, born 1773 ; married Reuben Howe as his 

third wife; died August 9, 1855. 

266 John, born October 5, 1777, in Manchester ; died Sep- 

tember 2, 1778, in Rowley. 

-125- 

(From page 14.) 

NATHANIEL BAILEY, born 1743, was a son of Deacon 
David Bailey and Mary (Hodgkins) Bailey. He married Sarah 
Goodwin, a daughter of Major Samuel and Elizabeth (Willard) 
Goodwin of Charlestown, Mass. She was born June 11, 1749, 
and died December, 1830. (See Wyman's Charlestown Gene- 
alogies.) Nathaniel went to Pittston, Me., in 1762, and in June, 
1763, received 200 acres in the "3,200 acre lot" on the eastern 
side of the river of the Kennebeck Proprietors. He died 
April 21, 1832. 

CHILDREN. 

267 Elizabeth, born January 3, 1770; died July 25, 1790. 

268 Nathaniel, born October 7, 1771. (See page 43.) 

269 I^avid, born December 3, 1773. (See page 44.) 

270 Samuel G., born June 25, 1775 ; married Mrs. Sarah 

Mason and settled in New York ; died about 1826. 

271 Thomas, born May 2, 1777 ; died July, 1800. 

272 Abigail G., born June 29, 1779 ; married James Smith, 

1799. 

273 Sarah, born October 22, 1781 ; married Nathaniel Hall 

in 1803. He was a school teacher. She married 
second, a Mr. Johnson and lived in Dresden. 

274 Jacob, born May 31, 1783. (See page 44.) 

275 Mary, born March 23, 1786. (Seepage 45.) 

276 Lydia H., born February 27, 1788. (See page 45.) 



JAMI'.S ()!• KOVVI.KV ItKANCII. I'll' I'll ( . I'.N 1':K ATION. 2/ 

-126- 

(From page 14.) 

EZEKIEL BAILEY, born January 5, 1746, was a son of 
Deacon David Bailey and Mary (Hodgkins) Bailey. lie married 
Lois Brocklebank, November 2, 1769. She was born in 1750 
and died May 19, 1820. He lived in Rowley, Mass. He died 
May 22, 1796, of apoplexy. 

CHILDREN. 

277 Betty, born September 5, 1770; married Richard 
Pulsifer, June 9, 1801. 
' 278 Lois, born November 5, 1772; married Thomas Hob- 
son, November 29, 1795. 

279 Molly, born September 15, 1775 ; married Capt. John 

Montlon of Wenham, July 21, 1808. 

280 Eunice, born May 2, 1778; married a Mr. Pressy of 

Amesbury. 
281 David, born September 5, 1780. (See page 45.) 
282 Hitty, born October 8, 1784 ; married John Flanders 
Davis, November 24, 1804. 
283 Ezekiel Pierce, born July 31, 1789. (See page 46.) 
284 Ann, born November 9, 1793 ; married Benjamin 
Potter; died August 17, 1876. 

-130- 

(From page 14.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born July 19, 1741, was a son of Samuel 
Bailey and Jane (Rogers) Bailey. He married first, Sarah (or 
Susanna) Lowell, daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Lowell, 
November 18, 1764. She died July 10, 1767, He married sec- 
ond, Charity Dodge of Wenham, Mass. She died December 22, 
1812. He married third, Martha Richardson. She died May 
10, 1816. He married fourth, Mrs. Elizabeth Chaplin, Novem- 
ber 29, 1816. He lived in Rowley on the north side of the 
common. He was noted for his mechanical skill. He had two 
children by his first wife and eight by his second wife. 



28 PART ONE. FIFTH (;I':NEKAT ION. 

CHILDREN. 

285 Jane, born October 25, 1765 ; married David Pickard, 

December 17, 1785. 

286 Susanna, born April 27, 1767. 

287 Salome, born October 26, 1769. (See page 47.) 

288 Thomas, baptized April 7, 1771. (See page 47.) 

289 Anne, baptized January 10, 1773. 

290 Mary, baptized October 30, 1774. 

291 John, baptized February 17, 1777 ; died February 29, 

1820. 
292 Joseph, born July 10, 1779. (See page 47.) 

293 Charity, born August, 1781 ; married Isaiah (or Israel) 

Adams of Henniker, N. H., in 1800. 

294 Polly (or Mary), born October 16, 1785 ; married Silas 

Crane of Lynn, September, 1805, and had 11 chil- 
dren ; died October 6, 1859. 

-148- 

(From page 15.) 

BI':NJAMIN bailey, born October 16, 1747, was a son 
of Jeremiah Bailey and Mercy (Burbank) Bailey. He married 
first, Mehitable Johnson of Plaistow, N. 11. She died April 13, 
1793. He married second, Mary Lowell. She was a daughter 
of John and Martha (Hastings) Lowell and a great granddaugh- 
ter of I^21izabeth liailey of the Richard of Rowley line. She 
died in 1845. ^^^ lived in the home of his father on Scotland 
Hill, West Haverhill. He had si.x children by his first wife and 
two by his second wife. 

CHILDREN. 

295 Abigail, born 

296 Joseph, born March 22, 1777. (See page 48.) 

297 David, born March 7, 1779. 

298 Susanna, born 

299 John, born September 14, 1783 ; died October 7, 1844. 

300 Sarah, born 

301 Phineas, born March 18, 1799. (Seepage 48) 

302 Benjamin, born November 19, 1803. (See page 49.) 



JAMI'.S Ol^ KOVVI.EV BRANCH. FIF'JIT r.KNKKATION. 29 

-151- 

(From page i6.) 

THOMAS BAILEY, born was a son of 

Humphrey liailey and his wife, . He 

married first, Eunice Emerson. She died 1804. He married 
second, a Mrs. Harvey of Sutton, in 1804. He moved from 
Haverhill, Mass., to Hopkinton, N. H., about 1772. He had seven 

children by his first wife and one by his second. He died in 
1827. (See History of Sutton.) 

CIIII.DKICN. 

• 303 Nancy, born ; married John Mills of 

Dunbarton, N. IJ. 

304 luinice, born ; married Josc[)h Clark, 

and lived in llo[)kinton, N. 11. 

305 Catherine, born ; married David 

Greeley and lived in Hopkinton, N. H. 

306 Phoebe, born 

307 Betsey, born ; married Matthew V. 

Sanborn and lived in Hopkinton, N. H. 

308 Sarah, born ; married Josiah Smith 

and lived in Hopkinton, N. II. 
309 Thomas, born 1790. (See page 49.) 

310 John M., born 1806; married Lucy Knowlton ; lived 

in Hopkinton, N. II.; died 1885. 

-152- 

(From page 16.) 

SOLOMON BAILICY, born ; was a son 

of Humphrey Bailey and his wife, . He 

married and lived at Hopkinton, N. 11., and 

at Plymouth, N. H. 

CIIII.DRF.N. 

311 Phineas, born ; married a P4iss Seav- 

crns of Compton, P. ()., and had a large family. 



30 PART ONE. FIFTH GENERATION. 

312 Harvey, born He lived and died at 

Plymouth, N. H. He married twice and had two 
or three children. All are dead but one daughter, 
Mrs. Mirick, living in Chelsea, Mass. 

313 Benjamin, born . Lived and died on 

the homestead at Plymouth, N. H. He was a 
deacon of the Baptist Church. He married and 
had one or more children. One daughter, Mr.^, 
Flanders, lived at Concord, N. H. 

314 Cordelia, born ; married Capt. John 

Adams and lived at Plymouth, N. H. Had 
children. 

315 Roxanna, born ; married James Stearns. 

Lived with a daughter at Concord, N. H. 

316 Rosilla, born ; married Walter Buswell 

and had children. Died at Compton, P. Q. 

317 Mary Holman, born ; married Capt. 

Joseph Hall and had children ; died about 1843. 

318 Pamelia, born ; lived on the old homestead 

and died unmarried. 

-157- 

(From page 17.) 

SAMUEL BAILEY, born November 14, 1728, was a son 
of Samuel Bailey and Mary (Rolf) l^ailey. He married Hannah 
Kittredge, January 22, 1753. He lived at Andover, Mass., on 
the home place with his father. He served in the Revolution- 
ary War as a member of Capt. Jacob Tyler's company in Col. 
Ebenezer Bridge's Regiment. He was killed at Bunker Hill, 
June 17, 1775. His name appears upon the tablets erected in 
1889 by the city of Boston on the slope of Bunker Hill. It is a 
tradition in the family that he held the office of lieutenant. 
(See Report of Second Annual Gathering of Bailey-Bayley 
Family Association at Andover, Mass., August, 1894, page 21, 
for a brief sketch of his life.) 

CHILDREN. 

319 Dorothy, born January 25, 1755. (See page 49) 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. 3 1 

320 James, born August i6, 1757. (See page 50.) 

321 Hannah, born December 7, 1759. (Seepage 51.) 
322 Mary, born 1762; married Mr. Stickney. 

323 Levi, born February 15, 1766. (See page 52.) 

324 Samuel, born August i, 1768. (Seepage 53.) 

325 Joshua, born (See page 54.) 

326 Arcthusa, born ; died young. 

-158- 

(From page 17.) 

MARAH (or MARY) BAILEY, born November 18, 
1730, was a daughter of Samuel Bailey and Mary (Rolf) Bailey 
of Andover, Mass. She married James Kittredge, Decem- 
ber 27, 1750, 

CHILDREN. 

327 Samuel, born 

-162- 

(From page 17). 

EliENEZER BAILEY, born April 30, 1739, was a son of 
Joseph Bailey and Sarah (Goss) Bailey of Tewksbury, Mass. 
He married Elizabeth Trull of Billerica, Mass., August 15, 1762. 
She was born November 9, 1740 and died in 1809. He lived in 
Billerica, Mass., Andover, Mass., and at Westmoreland, N. H. 
He died September, 181 5, at Westmoreland, 

CHILDREN. 

328 Molly (or Polly), born August 22, 1763, in Billerica. 
(See page 54.) 

329 Ebenezer (Tristram i*), born ; died about 

1778, at Westmoreland, N. H. 

330 Betsey, born October 9, 1767, in Andover, Mass.; died 

September, 1821, at Westmoreland, N. H., unmar- 
ried, 
331 Sally, born January 7, 1770, in Andover, Mass. (See 

P'^^ge 55-) 
332 Rhoda, born 1771 ; died May 14, 1797, at Westmore- 
land, N. H. 



32 PART ONE. FIFTH GF.NERATION. 

333 Thirza, born May 15, 1774; married I'crkins Staples; 

had no children ; died March, 1847, at Westmore- 
land. 

334 Samuel, born May 25, 1777; died in infancy. 

335 Ebenezer, born March 15, 1781. (Seepage 55.) 

336 Samuel, born March 25, 1786. (See page 56.) 

337 Hannah, born September 21, 1788. (Seepage 57.) 

-163- 

(From page 17.) 

JFiTHRO liAILEY, born June 21, 1741, was a son of 
Joseph Bailey and Sarah (Goss) Bailey. He married Hannah 
Davis, October 16, 1766. He is supposed to have settled at 
Chillicothe, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

338 Jethro, born 

339 Moses, born 

340 Aaron, born ; married Miss Winches- 

ter of Westmoreland, N. H. Is supposed to have 
lived in Illinois. , 

-165- 

(From page 17.) 

LUTtlER BAILEY, born August 2, 1745, was a son of 
Joseph l^ailey and Sarah (Goss) Bailey of Tevvksbury, Mass. 
He married Experience Bailey of Tewksbury. He died Novem- 
ber 10, 1830, at Maiden, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

341 Experience, born June 8, 1772; died January 10, 1793. 

342 Luther, born December 25, 1773 ; died November 28, 

1795- 

343 Anna, born September 6, 1775 ; married a Mr. Putnam ; 

died April 18, 1850, in Michigan. 

344 Hannah, born April 13, 1777; married David Putnam; 

died November i, 1848, in Maiden, Mass. 

345 Calvin, born December 24, 1778; died December 10, 

1808. • 



JAMi:s OK KOWI.KY IlKANCII. hlrf'TII OKNKKATION. 33 

346 Charlotte, born September 15, 1780; died July 28, 

1848, in Maiden, Mass.; married a Mr. Willard. 

347 Sarah, born August 14, 1782; married a Mr. Lowell; 

died in Haverhill, Mass. 

348 Joseph, born February 2, 1784. (See page 57.) 

349 Timothy, born September 20, 1785. (See page 57.) 

350 Elizabeth, born December 29, 1787 ; married Andrew 

Clark of Methuen, Mass.; died November 23, 

1849- 

-166- 

(From page 17.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born 1^'ebruary 13, 1747, was a son 
of Joseph Bailey and Sarah (Goss) liailey of Tewksbury, Mass. 
He married first, Rebecca Mildreth of Dracut, Mass. She was 
born about 1742 and died April 18, 1805. He married second, 
Hannah Danforth, March 26, 1806. She died September 13, 
1817. He died March 12, 1836, at Andover, Mass. He had six 
children all by his first wife. 

CIIILDKKN. 

351 Rebecca, born 1774; married Thomas Boynton. 

352 Hannah, born 1776; married James Ballard Lovejoy. 

353 Sarah, born 1779; married Daniel Stevens. 
354 William, born 1780. (See page 58.) 

355 Persis, born 1783 ; married John Lovejoy. 
356 Timothy, born January 20, 1786. (See page 59.) 

-183- 

(From page 18.) 

CHARLES BAILEY, born August 27, 1744, was a son of 

Stephen Bailey and Judith (Varnum) Bailey of Ikadford, Mass. 

He married Abigail Safford, daughter of Daniel and Hannah 

(Hovey) Safford, March 25, 1767, at Harvard, Mass. (See 

Nourse's History of Harvard). She was born in 1744, and died 

1^'ebruary 15, 1828. He livctl at Brookfield, Mass., and at Hard. 

wick, Vt. Moved to Hard wick about 1799. lie was a potter by 

trade. All his sons were farmers, except Kiah who was a 

4 



34 PART ONE. FIFTH GENERATION. 

Congregationalist minister. He died May 15, 1835, at Hard- 
wick, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

357 Charles, born November 24, 1768; died August 31, 
1839. He lived at Hrookfield and at Hardwick. 
He married but had no children. 

358 Kiah, born March 11, 1770. (Seepage 59.) 

359 luioch, born October i, 1771. (See page 60.) 

360 William, born January 13, 1773 ; died August 24, 1774. 

361 Whiteficld, born December 8, 1775. (See page 61.) 

362 William, born March 11, 1777; died August i, 1779. 

363 Martha, born February 29, 1780; died September 15; 

1850. Lived at Brookfield and at Hardwick, 
married John Huntington and had children. 

364 Abigail, born March 2, 1782 ; died September 19, 1855 ; 

lived at Brookfield and at Peacham, Vt. ; married 
John Cobb and had children. 
365 Ward, born April 27, 1784. (See page 61.) 
366 Calvin Porter, born June 11, 1792 ; died September 8, 
i860. Lived at Brookfield and at Perry, N. Y. 
Had children. 

-188- 

(From pa^e 19). 

JAMKS BATLP:Y, born October 26, 1750, was a son of 
James liaiicy and Rachel (Berry) Bailey. He was born in New- 
buryport, Mass. He lived at Peacham, Vt. He was a Baptist 
mini.ster ; and was also a soldier in the Revolutionary War. 
He married Polly liailey. 

CHILDREN. 

367 Rutherford, born . He lived at Peacham, Vt. 

368 Flavel, born . (See page 62.) 

-189- 

(From page 19.) 
Esther (or Kdnah) Bailey, born January, 1753, was a daugh- 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. 35 

ter of James liailey ami Rachel (Berry) Bailey. She was born 
in Newbury port, Ma.ss. She iiiarried Daniel liailey, her kins 
man, and lived at I*>ath, N. II. 

CHI i,I)Ki:n. 

369 Daniel, born 

370 Cyrus, born 
And others. 

-191- 

AHIJAI! HAnJ':Y, horn .Sc|)teml)cr 3, 1758, was a son 
of jamcs Bailey and Karlu'l (Berry) Bailey, lie was born in 
Newburyporl. lie was a lunicr and lived in Beacham, Vt., 
where mo.st of his children were born. lie moved to Troy, Vt., 
about 1806. lie was a Revolutionary soldier. He married Mrs. 
Mary (Butterfield) Sawyer, a widow with one child, named Anna. 
lie died March 6, [842. 

CHII.OKEN. 

371 Philander, born July 17, 1780. (See page 62.) 

372 Luther, born July 26, 1782. (See page 62.) 

373 Samuel, born May 31, 1784. (See page 6^.) 

374 Mary, born July i, 1786. (See page 63.) 

375 James, born July 7, ly^S. (See page 64.) 

376 Hannah, born June iS, 1790. (Seepage 64.) 

377 Solomon, born December 19, 1792. (See page 65.) 

378 Heaton, born December 19, 1792. (See page 65.) 

379 Jonathan B., born October 31, 1794. (Sec i)age 65.) 
380 Achsah, born March 7. 1797. 

3H1 Ira Allen, born Scptendier 15, 1799. (Seepage 66.) 
3^2 lictscy, born September 10, 1803. (See i)age 66.) 

-192- 

(From paj^e 19.) 

15RNJAMIN BATLl'.Y, born May 25, 1760, was a son of 
James l^ailey and Rachel (Berry) Bailey. He was born in New- 



36 



I'AKT ONE. FIFTH CJENF.RATION. 



buryport. He was a farmer and lived in Peacham, Vt. He mar- 
ried Polly McCauber. 



CHILDREN. 



383 Smith, born 

384 Polly, born 

385 Lambert, born 

386 Alva, born 

387 Nancy, born 
388 Anna, born 

389 Jane, born 

390 Sarah, born 



married Stephen Moody. 



; married Thomas Watts. 
. (See page 67.) 

; married Thomas Watts, 
her brother-in-law, as his second wife. 

-193- 

(From page 19.) 

LUTH1<:R bailey, born about 1762, was a son of 
James Bailey and Rachel (Berry) liailey. lie was born after 
the family left Newburyport. He was a farmer and lived in 
Peacham, Vt. He was captain of the militia of that town for 
many years. He married Anna Kincaird. 

CHILDREN. 

391 Rachel, born November 26, 1784. 

392 Sarah, born December 30, 1786. 

393 Charles Johnson, born November 20, 1788. 

394 Isaac Newton, born December 15, 1790. 

395 David, born October 9, 1792. 

396 Jonathan Parsons, born October 21, 1794. 

397 Harvey, born May 27, 1797. 

398 Anna, born February 25, 1800. 

399 Samuel, born June 19, 1802. 

400 Angeline, born May 16, 1804. 

401 Franklin, born March 8, 1807. 



JAMES OF UOWLEY BRANCH. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

-214- 

(From page 21.) 

PAUL BAILEY, born October 22, 1769, in Sterling, 
Mass., was a son of Shubacl IJailey and Hannah (Whitmore) 
liailey. He married first, Lucy Derby of Westminster, Mass. 
She was a daughter of Nathan and Abigail Derby. She was 
born May 9, 1770, and died November 15, 1800. He married 
second, Cynthia Fitch. Me lived in Sterling and was a farmer 
and a civil engineer. He and his wife were members of the 
First Congregational Church of Sterling. He was a prominent 
and influential citizen and held many offices of public trust. 
He belonged to the State militia, was appointed captain in the 
First Regiment, Second Ikigade of the Seventh Division in 
1800, under e.x-Governor Strong, and held the oflfice until T'ebru- 
ary i, 1803. He had 13 children, six by his first wife, and seven 
by his second wife. He died June 20, 1851. 

CHILDREN. 

402 Martin, born November 6, 1 79 1. (See page 68.) 
403 Lucy, born September 16, 1793; died November 
6, 1799. 

404 Myra, born July 17, 1795. (See page 68.) 

405 Arad, born September 18, 1796. (See page 69) 

406 Silba, born March 21, 1798. (Seepage 70.) 

407 Lucinda, born March 20, 1800 ; married Eli Kilburn ; 

died February 9, 1867. 

408 Mary, born ; married John Ilolyoke and 

lived at Norwich, Conn., and had two children. 

409 Paul, born ; had two children. 

410 James, born ; had children. 

411 Jane, born ; married first, Ezra Powers ; 

married second, Eli Kilburn. 



38 PART (JNK. SIXTH tJ I;N !• RATION . 

412 Kliza, born ; married b'cstus Wilder 

and had one son. 

413 Charlotte, born ; married ICdvvard 

Taylor and had children. 

414 Ellen, born ; married Edward VV^inn 

and had children. 



-216- 

(From page 22.) 

SAMPSON BAILEY, born January 22, 1774, was a son of 
Shubael Bailey and Hannah (Whitmore) liailey of Sterling, 
Mass. Me married Sophia Wilder, daughter of Col. James 
Wilder, April, 1804. He died November 30, 1859. 

Cnil.DKKN. 

415 Emery, born June 1 i, 1S04 ; died October 3, 1805. 

416 Lyman, born July 23, 1806; died 1857. 

417 Charles Myrick, born January 22, 1S09. (See 

page 70.) 

418 Sophia, born March 6, 1811. (See page 71.) 

419 l'2meline, born April 13, 1813. (See page 71.) 

420 George Emery, born April 3, 1815. (See i)age 71.) 

421 Dinsmore Ikooks, born April 24, 1818. (See page 72.) 

422 Sarah Wilder, born January 27, 1820. (See page 72 ) 

423 Hannah Whittemore. born September 21, 1824. 

(See page 72.) 

424 Maria, born August 31, 1827; married llarri.son 

Davis, August 31, 1854; died November 24, 1858. 

425 Sampson, born September ; died 1831. 

-218- 

( FVom patjje 22.) 

DOLLY BAHJCY, born March 1, 177.S, was a daughter 
of Shubael Bailey and Hannah (Whitmore) Bailey of Sterling, 
Mass. She married Mr. Stewart of Sterling. 



JAMliS OF ROWLEY liKANCII. SIXTH GENERATION. 39 

CHILDREN. 

426 .Sanuicl, born 

427 Georj^e, born 

428 Charles, born 

-220- 

(From pa<^e 22.) 

MANASSl-ill HAIL1":Y, born June 13, 1782, was a son of 
Shubacl l?ailcy and Hannah (Whitniore) l^ailey ot Sterlin*^, 
Mass. lie married fir.st, Hetsey luldy. lie married secoiid, 
Abi<;ail King. She died l-'ebruary 6, 1861. He died May 2, 
1872. He had two children by his first wife and three by his 
second wife. 

CHILUREN. 

429 Sally Elizabeth, born 

430 Mary luldy, born 

431 Caroline King, born ; married John V. Stevens 

of Peabody ; dietl 1898. 

432 Sarah I'Llizabeth, born ; married Samuel Don- 

nell of Peabody. 

433 Abby, born ; married George W. Voun i^ oi 

Lowell, Mass. 

-221- 

(From pa.nc 22.) 

HANNAH BAILICY, born October 13. 1784, was a daugh- 
ter of Shubael liailey and Hannah (Whitmore) Hailey of 
Sterling, Mass. She married I'^liakim Sawyer of Sterling. 

CHILDREN. 

434 Lucy Ann, born May 22, 181 1, in Boston; married 

first, Samuel Augustus Austin ; second, Amos 
Sawyer. 

435 Eliakim, b(3rn December 7, 1812, in Lancaster; mar- 

ried, but had no children. 

436 Samuel Ward, born 

437 George M., born 



^0 I'ART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

438 Charles Bailey, born August 7, 18 19; married Eliza- 
beth Emerson Turner, July 31, 1851. He died 
January 6, 1896. lie had three children, two of 
whom were twins and died at birth. The other, 
Charles Adrian Sawyer, is a resident of Chicago, 
111., and is a member of the Bailey-Bayley Family 
Association. 

-222- 

(From page 22.) 

POLLY BAILEY, born February 28, 1787, was a daughte. 
of Shubael Bailey and Hannah (Whitmore) Bailey of Sterling 
Mass. She married Ezra Pratt. He was born January 2, 1787 
and died October 20, 1837. She died April 30, 1883. 

CHILDREN. 

439 Marcia Ann, born October 26, 1808; married John 

Tenney ; died 1887. 

440 Alniira, born December 25, 18 10; married Mr. liernard ; 

died January 30, 1875. 

441 Mary, born November 12, 1813; died September 18 

1820. 

442 Ezra, born October 11, 1815 ; died January 22, 1840. 

443 Solomon, born January 11, 1818; died August 29. 

444 Hannah, born April 28, 1820; died August 22, 1821. 

445 Solomon, born January 15, 1822; died November 4, 

1835- 

446 Josiah R., born November 3, 1823. 

447 Mary, born August 4, 1825; married Mr. Burpee; 

died November 14, 1883. 

448 Charles, born May 22, 1827. 

449 Emory, born F"ebruary 21, 1829; married first, Miss 

Story; second, Miss Rogers; died J3ecember 14, 
1888. 

450 Maria, born February 28, 1832; died May 10, 1884. 

-232- 

(From page 23.) 
ISAAC BAILEY, born February 27, 1757, was a son of 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 4I 

Isaac Bailey and Mary (Lovejoy) Bailey. He married first, 
Betsey Wheelock, in 1789. She was born in 1769 and died June 
30, 1 80 1. He married second, Hannah Stacy. She died Sep- 
tember 3, 1838. He lived on his father's place in Jaffrey, N. H. 
He died September lo, 1826. 

CHILDREN. 

45 1 Betsey, born . (See page 73.) 

452 Infant ; died young, 

453 Jonathan, born ; died, aged 17. 

454 Polly, born ; died, aged 15. 

-239- 

(From page 24.) 

BENJAMIN BAILEY, born March 6, 1765, in Lunenburg, 
Mass., was a son of Josiah Bailey and Sarah (Carter) Bailey. 
He married Lucinda Carter, January, 1787. She was born in 
1769 and died November 9, 1821. He married second, a Mrs. 
Houghton, and third, a Mrs, Bryant. His wives were all un- 
usually bright women. He was a farmer and lived in Lunen- 
burg, Leominster, Lancaster and Bolton, Mass., Newfanc, Vt., 
Dublin and Jaffrey, N. H., Harvard, Mass., and again at liolton, 
Mass., where he spent his last years. He died in 1852. lie 
had ten children, all by his first wife. 

CHILDREN, 

455 Betsey, born February 7, 1788, in Lunenburg. (See 

page 73) 
456 Adam, born January 17, 1790, in Lancaster. 

457 Lucinda, born July 22, 1791, in Lancaster. (See 

page 74.) 

458 Sally (or Sarah), born June 17, 1793, in Lancaster. 

(See page 75,) 

459 Abigail, born August 12. 1795, in Lancaster. (See 

page 76.) 

460 Roxey (or Roxanna). born August 3, 1798, in Leomins- 

ter. (See page "j"].) 



42 PART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

461 Orson, born September 3, 1802, in Newfane, Vt. 
(See page 78.) 
462 Henjamin, born 1804; died August 15, 1820. 
463 Dexter, born 1809, in Jaffrcy, N. II. (See page 78.) 

464 Andrew, born September 20, 181 1, in Jaffrey, N. H.; 

died June ii, 1834; unmarried. Was a comb 
manufacturer in Holton, Mass. 

-241- 

(From page 24.) 

JOSIAH BAILEY, born January 27, 1768, at Lunenburg, 
was a son of Josiah Bailey and Sarah (Carter) Bailey. He 
married Margaret Little llazen. She was born February 23, 
1779, at Shirley and died March 12, 1857, at Fitchburg. He 
died January 5, 1858, at Fitchburg, Mass. 

CHILDKKN. 

465 Samuel Hazen, born June 30, 1796; died young. 

466 Otis, born January 28, 1798; married Sophia Marshall 

of Lunenburg, in 1821 ; died May 5, 1842. Had 
children, one named Henrietta. 
467 Artemas, born January 17, 1800. (See page 78.) 
468 Thomas Hazen, born January 28, 1802 ; married Eliza 
Boutelle of Townsend. He died December 7, 
1886, at Lunenburg. 

469 Josiah, born F'ebruary 27, 1804. (See page 78.) 

470 Samuel H., born February 8, 1806. (See page 79.) 
471 Betsey Little, born January 3, 1808; married Augus- 
tus A. Warren of Pepperell ; died January 2, 1884. 

472 John Little, born February 3, 181 1. (See page 79.) 

473 Joseph, born June 8, 18 13. (See page 80.) 

474 Luther, born September 11, 1816; died February 28, 

1 8 19, at Townsend. 
475 Walter, born April 14, 1818. (Seepage 80.) 

-262- 

( From page 25.) 
NATHANIEL BAILEY, born December 21, 1781, was a 



JA^ftcS OF ROWLEY HKANCH. SIXTH GENKKA TION. 43 

son of Amos Bailey and Lydia (Ross) Bailey. He married 
Elizabeth B. Watson, June 4, 1804. He died April 16, 1817. 

CHILDREN. 

476 Juliette Charlotte, born 1804. 

477 Theodore Strong, born July 21, 1806. 

478 Edwin Augustus, born May 22, 1808. Went to Cali- 

fornia. 

479 Leonora Almira, born March 5, 1810. 

480 Oscar Pinckney, born December 20, 181 1 ; died young. 

481 Lucy Eveline, born October 22, 1813. 

482 Oscar Pinckney, born September 11, 181 5. 

483 Nathaniel, born August 2, 18 17. 

-264- 

(From page 26.) 

PIERCE BAILEY, born July 13, 1766, was a son of John 
Bailey and Hannah (Dresser) Bailey. He married Salome 
(Bailey) Bailey, December 17, 1793. She was born October 22, 
1769, and was a daughter of John l^ailey and Charity (Dodge) 
Bailey. (See No. 287.) He lived at Ipswich Village. He died 
February, 1848. 

CHILDREN. 

484 Oliver, born November 7, 1794. (See page 80.) 

485 Salome, born ; died unmarried. 

486 Hannah, born ; died unmarried. 

487 Charity, born ; married Joshua Howe, April 5, 

1826. 
488 Jacob, born . (See page 81.) 

-268- 

(From page 26.) 

NATHANIEL BAILICY, born October 7, 1771, was a .son 
of Nathaniel Bailey and Sarah (Goodwin) Bailey. He married 
Deborah Colburn in 1795. She died March, 185 1. Lived at 
Pittston, Me. 



44 PART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. * 

CHILDREN. 

489 Samuel G., born March 29, 1796. (See page 81.) 

490 Betsey, born June, 1798; married William Brown. 

491 Clementine, born February, 1800; married Gideon 

Barker. 

492 Nathaniel, born March, 1802 ; married Mary A. Stearns 

493 Benjamin B., born April, 1804 ; married Eliza Jackson ; 

died May, 1829. 

494 Lydia N., born October 23, 1806; married Abner 

Jackson. 

495 James Y., born January, 1809; married Mrs. Eliza 

Jackson Bailey. 

496 Joseph, born July, 1811 ; married Louisa Alexander. 
496^ Deborah, born about 1816; married Carlton Blair of 

I'ittston, Me., about 1839. Lives in Farmingdale, 
Me. Has children. 

-269- 

(From page 26.) 

DAVID I^AILEY, born December 3, 1773, was a son of 
Nathaniel l^ailcy and Sarah (Goodwin) Bailey. He married 
Mary Smith in 1796. 

CHILDREN. 

497 James, born October, 1797 ; married Mary Smith. 

498 Sarah, born August, 1799; married Henry Mellis. 

499 Pamela, born August, 1800; married Henry Dearborn. 

500 Mary, born January, 1803; married Eliphalet Rollins. 

501 David, born April, 1805 i <Jicd October, 1851. 

502 Hannah, born ; married Joshua D. Warren. 

503 Henry, born ; married Mary J. Watson. 

504 Caroline, born ; married Albert Marwick. 

505 William, born ; married Mary A. Goodrich. 

-274- 

(From page 26.) 

JACOB BAH.EY, born May 31, 1783, was a son of Na- 
thaniel Bailey and Sarah (Goodwin) Bailey. He married Eliza 
Barker in 18 10. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 



45 



CHILDREN. 



506 Lydia, born 

507 Jane, born 

508 Thomas, born 

509 Charles, born 

510 Althea, born 

5 1 1 George, born 



married a Mr. Myers of Bath 



-276- 

(From page 26.) 



MARY BAILEY, born March 23, 1786, was a daughter of 
Nathaniel Bailey and Sarah (Goodwin) Bailey. She married 
Stephen Twycross of Dresden. 







CHILDJIEN. 


512 


Mary, born 


; married a Mr. Goodwin 


513 


Stephen, born 




514 


Sarah, born 




515 


Martha, born 




516 


Thomas, born 


-276- 

(From page 26.) 



LYDIA H. BAILEY, born ]<'ebriiary 27, 1788, was a 
daughter of Nathaniel lUiley and Sarah (Goodwin) ISaiicy. She 
married Benjamin Webber. She died in 1834. 



CHILDREN. 



517 Pamela, born 

518 Lavinia, born 

519 Benjamin, born 

-281- 

(From page 27.) 

DAVID BAILEY, born September 5, 1780, was a son of 
Ezekiel Bailey and Lois (Brocklebank) Bailey. He married 
Anna Spiller. She died in Beverly, Mass. He lived in Rowley 
and Wenham, Mass. 



46 PART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

520 M:itil(la Ann, born January 30, 1802, at Rowley; mar- 
ried John Hale of Boxford. 
521 William Kimball, born November 17, 1806, at Rowley. 
(See page 81.) 

522 Caroline, born December 5, 1808, at Wenham ; mar- 

ried Joseph Verry of Danvers. 

523 Amanda, born September n, 1812, at Wenham ; mar- 

ried Henry Nutter of Essex. 

524 Anna, born April 30, 1815, at Wenham; married 

Henry P. Potter of Beverly. 

525 David, born November 7, 181 7, at Wenham. (See 

page 82.) 

526 Henry, born August 25, 1821, at Wenham. (See 

page 82.) 
527 Sophronia, born February 13, 1825, at Wenham ; died. 

-283- 

(From page 27.) 

KZ1-:KIP:L pierce BAH.EY, bom July 31, 1789, was a 
son of I':zekicl Bailey and Lois (Brocklebank) Bailey. He mar- 
ried Sally Hobson, August 30, 18 15. She died m June, 1880. 
He lived in Rowley. He died in August, 1859. 

CHILDREN. 

528 Charles Jewett, born January 8, 1816. (See page 83.) 

529 I'.zekiel, born August 22, 1818. (See page 83.) 

530 Sarah Gage, born March 7, 1821. (See page 84.) 

531 Sophia, born August 22, 1823. (See page 84.) 

532 iM-ederic, born March 8, 1826. (See page 84.) ' 

533 Henry, born March 30, 1829. (See page 85.) 

534 Mary Ann, born July 2, i83l (See page 85.) 

535 Edward, born January 13, 1834. (See page 86.) 

536 ^)live J., born July 17, 1836. (See page 86.) 
537 William Albert, born March 18, 1839. 



JAMKS OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 47 

-287- 

(From page 2iS.) 

SALOME BAILEY, born October 22, 1769, was a claujrhter 
of John Bailey and his second wife, Charity (Dodge) Bailey. 
She married Pierce Bailey (see No. 264), December 17, 1793. 
They lived at Ipswich Village. She died November 3, 1828. 

CHILDREN. 

P'or children, see page 43 supra. 

-288- 

(P'rom page 28.) 

THOMAS BAILEY, born April 7, 1771, was a son of John 
Bailey and Charity (Dodge) liailey. He married Susanna Hob- 
son in 1793. He lived at Newburv Old Town, Mass. He died 
December i, 1804. Was lost at sea. She died November 16, 
1856, in Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

538 Susan, born July 23, 1798. (See page 86.) 
539 Altazera, born 1798; married Simon Dearborn; had 
children. 
540 William, born Eebruary 13, 1801. (Sec page 87.) 

541 George, born 1805. He married twice and had two 

children, one of them named Joseph. He went to 
Pittsburg, Pa., and later to the copper mines of 
Lake Superior. 

542 Jane, born 1805; died 

-292- 

(From page 2<S.) 

JOSEPH l^AILEY, born July 10, 1779. in Rowley, was a 
son of John liailcy and Charity (Dodge) liiiley. He married 
Mary Coombs in lioston. She was born at Bristol, Me., August 
9, 1779. Their marriage intentions were jniblishcd July 11, 
1 8 10. They lived in Boston and she died there. After her 
death the children were sent to the grandfather in Maine. 
Joseph died of consumption at Ipswich Village and was buried 
at Rowley, August, 1839. 



48 PART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

543 Franklin, born July 26, i8ii, in Boston. 

544 June, born October 3, 1812, in lioston. 

545 Samuel C, born June 23, 1814, in Boston. (See 
page 87.) 

546 Harriet, born June 20, 1816, at Bristol, Me. 

547 Horace B., born June 8, 1818, in Boston. 

-296- 

(From page 28.) 

JOSEPH BAILEY, born March 22, 1777, was a son of 
Benjamin Bailey and Mehitable (Johnson) Bailey. He was born 
at Lempster, N. H., and died at Springfield, N. H., April i, 
1850 He married Sally Saunders of Grafton, N. H., Novem- 
ber 22, 1810. She died at Springfield, N. H., February 22, 1870 

CHILDREN. 

548 John, born July 7, 181 5, at Springfield, N. H. (See 
page 88.) 

-301- 

(From page 28.) 

rillNEAS l^AH.EY, born March 18, 1799, was a son of 
Benjamin Bailey and Mary (Lowell) Bailey. He married I'ris- 
cilla I'crry. He lived near his father until after three of his 
children were born. He was a wheelwright. He afterwards 
removed with his family to Manchester, N. H., where he died 
March 4, 1856. He was a railroad builder in New England and 
other parts of the United States. 

CHILDREN. 

549 George Washington, born about 1822. Never mar- 

ried. Was a railroad contractor. 

550 Mary Ann, born ; not married. 

551 Harriet Maria, born ; not married. 

552 Onslow Stearns, born ; died young. 



JAMES OF RO.WLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION, 49 

-302- 

(From page 28.) 

IJENJAMIN BAILEY, born November 19, 1803, was a 
son of Benjamin Bailey and Mary (Lowell) Bailey. He mar- 
ried Sarah Perry, a sister of his brother's wife, Priscilla, Novem- 
ber 29, 1827. He was a blacksmith. He lived near his father 
for a while and then went to Lowell, Mass. Afterwards he re- 
moved to Nashua, N. H,, and from there to Newbury, Vt, At 
Newbury he was a contractor and overseer of repairs on the 
railroad. 

CHILDREN. 

553 Henry Bradley, born July 30, 1834; married Ann S. 

Lother. She was born at Haverhill, N. H., 
December 15, 1834. 

554 Hannah Jane, born January 24, 1836; married Har- 

vey W. Bailey of Newbury, Vt., a son of Isaac 
and Ruth Bailey of Newbury, Vt. 

-809- 

(From page 29.) 

THOMAS BAILEY, born in 1790, was a son of Thomas 
Bailey and Eunice (Emerson) Bailey. He married Jemima 
Smith of Hopkinton, N. H. She was born in 1791 and died in 
1865. He lived at Hopkinton, N. H., and died there in 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

555 Hannah Q., born 1822. (See page 88.) 

556 Thomas S., born 1825 ; died 1843. 
557 William W., born 1829. (See page 89.) 

-319- 

(From page 30.) 

DOROTHY BAILEY, born January 25, 1755, was a 
daughter of Samuel Bailey and Hannah (Kittredge) Bailey of 
Andover, Mass. She married David Bailey, Jr., December 12, 
1776. He was a descendant of John Bailey of Salisbury, being 

6 



50 I'AKT ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

a son of David and Klizabeth (Dole) Hailcy. He was born 
March 21, 1754. 

CiULDHEN. 

558 Hannah, born August 14, 1778; bai)tizcd November 

15, 1778; died September, 1857; married first, 
Marshall Cottle; second, Nathaniel Symonds; 
lived at Woodstock, Vt. 

559 Dolly, born March 28, 1780; died in 1859, married- 

Almon Cottle. 

560 Iktsey, born December 25, 1781 ; died January, 1848 ; 

married Bennett Palmer of Woodstock, Vt. 

561 Samuel, born ; married first, Polly Jem. 

son ; second, Charlotte Ward ; died in 1841 ; had 
two daughters. 

562 Colonel David, born ; married Susan Roland ; 

and had three sons. He was a colonel in the 
IMack Hawk War ; died June, 1864. 

563 Oliver, baptized February 14, 1768; married a Mrs. 

Lake of Woodstock, Vt. He lived at Woodstock, 
and had one son who died in early manhood ; 
Oliver died in 1846. 

564 Sarah, born ; married John A. Pratt of 

Woodstock, Vt.; died June, 1829; had four daugh- 
ters. 

565 Zebina, born ; died about 1820; married 

and had one daughter who died young. 

-320- 

(From pa^e 3t.) 

JAMJ<:S I^AILIOY, born Augu.st 16, 1757, was a son of 
Samuel Bailey, Jr., and Hannah (Kittredge) Bailey. He mar- 
ried Lucy lirown, daughter of William Brown of Tewksbury, 
Mass., April 13, 1786, at Tewksbury. She was born November 
8, 1766, and died August 23, 1843. He lived on the old home- 
stead in Andover. He died in 1807, 



JAMES OF ROWLEY URANCM. SIXTH GENERATION. 51 

CHILDREN. 

566 Lucy, born 1787. (Sec page 90.) 

56t)rt James, born 1789; died 1801. 

567 Rufus, born 1792 ; died April 24, 1823 ; never married. 

568 Walter, barn 1793; married arah Brown of Tewks- 

bury ; died November, 1817. 
569 1 1 an nab, born 1796. (See page 90.) 

570 Charles Pinckney, born Angust 26, 1799; died August 

26, 1885 ; never married. 

571 (icorge, born 1801 ; married Esther Gilletl ; lived in 

Tewksbury, Mass.; no children ; died l-ebruary 
28, 1 86 1. 

572 James, born 1803. (See page 91.) 

573 Otis, born April 14, 1806. (See page 91.) 

-321- 

(From page 31). 

HANNAH BAILKY, born December 7, 1759, was a 
daughter of Samuel Bailey, Jr., and Hannah (Kittredge) Bailey. 
She married Stearns Needham, September 5, 1782. He was 
born l-'ebruary 25, 1754 and died l''ebruary 5, 1830. They lived 
at Milford, N. H. She died March 2, 1857. 

( HII.DKKN. 

574 James, born March 15, 1783 ; died June 8, 1783. 

575 Hannah, born March 14, 1784; married Benjamin 

Wallingford, November 19, 1808; died September 

7. J«59- 
570 John, born November 28, 1785; married Roxanna 

Barnes; died April 25, 1824. 

577 David {'arsons, born August 9. 1787; married Melinda 

Keyes, May 6, 1813; died April 16, 1861. 

578 Betsey J., born March 28, 1789 ; married first, William 

Greenwood ; second, a Mr. Jones ; and third, a Mr. 
Wight. 

579 Samuel Bailey, born h'ebruary 8, 1791 ; married 

Abigail Hardy, November 25, 1821. 

580 Jeremiah K., born September 20, 1792; married first, 



52 PART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

Olive Parker, April i8, 1816; second, Ruhama 
Whitney ; and third, Mrs. Betsey Cogswell. 

581 I'hineas S., born October 19, 1794; married Hannah 

Averill, November 24, 1818; died August 15, 
1849. 

582 Mary, born October 31, 1796; married Daniel Green- 

wood, June 3, 1817 ; died July 5, 1820. 

583 Josiah Locke, born August 28, 1800 ; died December 

7, 1821. 

584 Sarah, born P'ebruary 12, 1803; died April 11, 1820. 

585 Harriet, born November 19, 1805 ; married Samuel 

Hayden. 

Note.— Mrs. Alice Janette Dolbear (wife of Amos E.- Dolbear, Pro- 
fessor at Tufts College), and a member of the Baiiey-Bayley Family Associa- 
tion, is a granddaughter of David Parsons Needham, No. 577. 

-323- 

(From page 31.) 

LEVI BAILEY, born February 15, 1766, was a son of 
Samuel Bailey, Jr., and Hannah (Kittredge) Bailey. He married 
Hannah Bailey, a daughter of David and Elizabeth (Dole) 
Bailey, a descendant of John Bailey of Sali.sbury, February i, 
1791. She was born July 3, 1764, and died June 29, 1822. They 
lived at Putney, Vt. He died October 21, 1850. 

CHILDREN. 

586 Hannah, born November 18, 1791 ; married Daniel 

Furbush, September 9, 181 1 ; died July i, 1856. 

587 Levi, born December 24, 1792 ; died August 7, 1795. 

588 Samuel, born January 14, 1793-4 ; married Dolly New- 

ton, December 31, 1819. 

589 Betsey, born August 25, 1795 ; married Jeptha Shedd, 

March 30, 1818. 
590 Levi, born P^ebruary 15, 1797. (See page 92 ) 

591 Thursa, born May 13, 1799; married Oliver Holmes; 

lived in Lincoln County, Mo.; died March 3, 1872. 

592 Sarah (or Sally), born August 28, 1800; married 

Shubael Shedd; died September 16, 1888. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 53 

593 Washington, born March 17, 1802-3; died July, 1803. 

594 Rosamond, born January 8, 1804 ; married Benjamin 

Parker, March 30, 1825 ; died December 31, 1825. 

595 Rhoda, born January 16, 1806; married Asahel 

Warren. 

596 Plovma, born March 25, 1808; married Benjamin F. 

Kimball ; went to Missouri in 1846 and died there 
in Lincoln County, October 20, 1887. 

597 Kendall, born March 17, 1810; married Emily Sitton ; 

went to Missouri in 1839 and lived in Lincoln 
County. 

-324- 

(From page 31.) 

SAMUEL BAILEY, born August i, 1768, was a son of 
Samuel Bailey, Jr., and Hannah (Kittredge) Bailey. He 
married Sally Trull, February 13, 1794. She was born April 
10, 1771, and died June 14, 1843, of the whooping cough, while 
on a visit at Wakefield, Mass. They lived at Andover, Mass. 
He died July 8, 1831. 

CHILDREN. 

598 Samuel, born March 14, 1795. (See page 93.) 

599 Sally, born November 28, 1796. (See page 93.) 

600 Phineas, born June 24, 1800. (See page 94.) 

601 Esther, born June 3, 1802 ; died aged three weeks. 

602 Arethusa, born May 21, 1803 ; married. May 3, 1838, 

William Mansfield ; they lived at Andover and at 
South Reading, Mass. Had a son, William, who 
died young. She was Mr. Mansfield's second 
wife. She died March 22, 1844. ^^^ married 
third, Phebe Sweetser. 

603 Roderick, born January I, 1805. (See page 94.) 

604 Omar, born September 4, 1806. (See page 95.) 

605 Eliza, born April 10, 1808 ; married Ira Burns, Octo- 
ber 16, 183 1 ; lived at Oberlin, Ohio ; died Febru- 
ary 25, 1879; no children. 
606 Clarinda, born September 15, 1810. (See page 95.) 



54 PART ONE. SIXTH GF.NERATION. 

607 John Trull, born July 12, 1812. (See page 96.) 
O08 Alvah Wyman, born March i, 1815, in Andover ; mar- 
ried Juliet llildreth at Merrimack, N. H., Febru- 
ary 27, 1848 ; she was born in New York, August 
19, 1821 ; he died in Lowell, Mass., January 28, 
1874 ; no children. She died at Andover, Octo- 
ber 9, 1 896 

-325- 

(F"iom pa^e 31.) 

JOSHUA BAILEY, born , was a son of Sam- 

uel Bailey, Jr., and Hannah (Kittredge) Bailey. He married 
Hannah Boutwell. He went West with the Mormons taking 
all his family except Clarissa and Abigail. 

CHILDREN. 

609 Oren, born 

610 Warren, born 

61 1 Orvai, born 

612 J>etscy, born 

613 Clarissa, born ; married lirst, a Mr. 

Hook; second, a Mr. I'attee. 

614 Mary, born 

615 Abigail, born ; became insane and died in 

Boor House in Andover. 

616 Joshua, born 

617 Hannah, born 

618 Samuel, born 
O19 James, born 

-328- 

(P'rom pa^e 31.) 

MOLLY (or I'OLLY) BA1L1-:Y, born August 22, 1763, 
at Billcrica, Mass., was a daughter of Ebenezer l^ailey and 
I'^lizabeth (Trull) liailey. She married Calvin Chamberlain, 
October 11. 1781, at Westmoreland, N. H. She died July 20, 
1824, in Manchester, Vt. He dietl November 9, 1824, alsu at 
Manchester. 



JAMKS OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENKRATION. 55 

CHILDRICN. 

620 Desiah, born 1783. 

621 Oramell, born May 3, 1785. 

622 Ebenezer, born 1787. 

-331- 

(From page 31.) 

SALLY BAILEY, born in Anclover, Mass., January 7, 
1770, was a daughter of Ebenezer Hailey and Elizabeth (Trull) 
Bailey. She married Daniel Merriain of Walpole, N. fl., 
December, 1795. He was born August 2, 1769, in Lexington, 
Mass. They lived at Walpole, N. H. She died September 
10, 1855. He died November 29, 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

623 Clarissa, born February 28, 1797 ; died September 17, 

1865. 

624 Sarah, born June 2, 1800; married December 2, 1819, 

Josiah Emerson ; died April 4, 1873. 

625 Rhoda, born May 28, 1802 ; married Daniel Emerson, 

February, 1822; died October 26, 1882. 

626 Elvira, born October 20, 1805 ; married first, William 

Goodnow, April 25, 1844 ; second, J. W. Page ; died 
January 29, 1879. 

627 Eliza, born September 22, 1807 ; died January 19, 

1894; unmarried. 

628 Daniel, born February 2ii, 1810; married Emily C. 

Robinson, September 17, 1839; ^^^^^ April 13, 
1893, at Keene, N. H. Mrs. Luke J. Page of 33 
St. James avenue, Boston, is a daughter of Daniel. 

-335- 

(From page 32.) 

ICBENEZER BAnJ':Y, born March 15, 1781, was a .son 
of Ebenezer liailey and Elizabeth (Trull) Bailey. He married 
Lucy Goldsmith at Fitchburg, Mass., May 25, 1817. They 
lived at Westmoreland, N. H., and Fitchburg, Mass. He died 
February 26, 1825, at Westmoreland. 



56 PART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

629 Martha Adams, born September 6, 181 8, at West- 
moreland; died February 25, 1822. 
630 Ebenezer Foster, born February 19, 1820. (See 
page 97.) 

631 Mary Adaline, born September 7, 1821 ; died March 

22, 1823. 

632 Goldsmith Fox, born July 17, 1823. (See page 97.) 

-336- 

(From page 32.) 

SAMUEL BAILEY, born March 25, 1786, at Westmore- 
land, N. H., was a son of Ebenezer Bailey and 
Elizabeth (Trull) Bailey. He married Crissanna 
Britton at Westmoreland. She was born October 

23, 1790, at Raynham, N. H., and died May 22, 
1843, at Saxton's River, Vt. He died September 
16, 1880, at Saxton's River. 

CHILDREN. 

632a Crissanna, born March 29, 1811 ; married John Whit- 
ing ; lived at Rockingham, Vt. 
532^ Samuel Shepard, born March 24, 18 13. (See 

page 97.) 
632c Emory, born February 15, 1815 ; married Caroline 

Palmer ; lived at Saxton's River, Vt. 
632^ Amanda, born March 8, 1817 ; married a Mr. Frost 

and moved to Michigan. 
632^ Amelia, born April 11, 1819. (See page 98.) 
632/ Louisa, born May 31, 1821 ; married Lorenzo Wiley ; 

died about 1862. 
632^ Lucy Ann, born September 16, 1825; died about 

1848. 
632/r Caroline E., born June 30, 1828; married Henry C. 

Wiley ; lives at Saxton's River, Vt. 
632? Royal Franklin, born November 23, 1831 ; married a 

Miss Emerson ; lives at LaFayette, 111. 



JAMES OF KOWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 57 

-337- 

(P'roni pau;e 32 ) 

HANNAH BAn.EY, born September 2t, 177S, at West- 
morelarul, N. H., was a daughter of El)enezer Ikiiley and Eliza- 
beth (Trull) Hailey. She married Daniel Kinj^sbury of Keene, 
N. II., February 26, 1797. He died at Tlainfield, N. II., June 
12, 1819, aged 52. She died August 11, 1813, also at IMainfiekl. 

cm LI) KEN. 

633 Almira, born March 6, 1799. at Keene, N. H.; married 

March 6, 1814, Austin Tyler of Claremont, N. H., 
and had seven children ; died December 19, 1867, 
at Claremont. 

-348- 

(From page 3,3.) 

JOSEPH BAH.EY, born February 2, 1784, was a son of 
Luther Hailey and Experience (Hailey) Hailey. He married 
Mary Jane l^oyd Champney of Charleston, S. C. They lived in 
Boston and in New York city. He died April 15, 1843, in New 
York. 

CIIII.DKI'N. 

634 Mary Jane, born iiSiQ in Boston ; married J. iioardman 

Smith ; died April, 1S.S5. 

635 Joseph Henry, born 1822 in Boston ; died 1873, in New 

York city ; never married. 

-349- 

(From p;igc 33.) 

TIMOTHY BAH.EY, born September 20, 1785, was a son 
of Luther Bailey and E.xperience (Bailey) Bailey. He married 
first, lumice Sweetser of .South Reading, Mass.; second, Mary 
B. Dingley of Waterville, Me.; and third, Nancy B. Dingley. 
He died in Maiden, Mass., November 19, 1852. He had eight 
children by his first wife and four by his second. 



58 PART ONE. SIXTH FENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

636 Marianne, born November 19, 1817; married Samuel 

Shute. 

637 Almira, born September 6, 1819; married David B. 

Morey. 

638 Abigail, born March 24, 1822. 

039 Sarah Jane, born April 23, 1824; died September 12, 

1840, at Maiden. 

640 John Calvin, born June 30, 1826; died May 21, 1827, 

at Maiden. 

641 John Newton, born April 17, 1828. 

642 George Timothy, born February 15, 1830; married 

Luella E. Hayes of South Strafford, Vt.; lived at 
Maiden, Mass. 

643 Joseph Henry, born February 8, 1833 ; died February 

16, 1833, at Maiden. 

644 Joseph Henry, born P'ebruary 22, 1836; died Septem. 

ber 2, 1836, at Maiden. 

645 Emma Octavia, born July 20, 1838 ; married Geo. M. 

Irving; died November 3, 1884, in Saugus, Mass. 

646 Nancy Sophia, born July 15, 1839; died July 16, 1839, 

in Maiden. 

647 Sarah Jane, born August 29, 1840; died February 6, 

1841, in Maiden. 

-354- 

(From page 33.) 

WH.LIAM BAILEY, born December 28, 1780, was a son 
of William Bailey and Rebecca (Hildreth) Bailey, lie married 
Rebecca Gilson and lived in Andover, Mass. He held the title 
of colonel; died January 11, 1853. She died October 10, 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

648 Rebecca, born November 19, 1804; married Joshua 

Holt, November 26, 1829 ; died September 4, 
1834. 

649 William, born December 24, 1806; died November, 

1807. 



JAMKS OF KOWI.ICV IJKANCK. SIXTH CKNKKATION. 59 

651 William, born September 20, 1808, in Andover. (See 

page 98) 

652 Joseph, born November 30, 1810. (See page 98.) 

654 Hannah, born March 13, 1813 ; married Ezra Abbott, 
April 19, 1849. 

655 Samuel Gilson, born June 18, 1815. (See page 99.) 

-356- 

(From page ^3.) 

TIMOTHY BAILEY, born January 20, 1786, was a son of 
William Bailey and Rebecca (Hildreth) Bailey. He married 
Henrietta Blood of Groton, Mass., December 10, 181 1. 

CHILDREN. 

656 Timothy, born November 29, 1812. (See page 100.) 

657 James, born September 2, 18 14. Went West and died 

there. 

658 Henrietta, born October 8, 1816; married a Mr. Gilson. 

659 Ebenezer, born April 10, 1819; lived at Ballardvale 

Mass., and died there. 

660 Warren A., born ; married Sarah May 

of Milan, N. H. 

661 Rachel {?), born April 16, 1821. 

662 Rufus R., born August 9, 1823 ; married Tryphena 

Walker of Troy, Vt. 

663 Tristram h , born 1830 ; married Mary A. Townsend, 

February 18, 1861. 

664 Roxanna, born 1833 ; married Wesley Abbott, July 2, 

1864. She was a teacher. 

665 Henry H., born January 21, 1835. Enlisted as a sol- 

dier in the War of the Rebellion in 1862. 

-358- 

(From page 34.) 

. KIAH BAILEY, born March 11, 1770, was a son of 
Charles Bailey and Abigail (Safford) Bailey. He graduated 
from Dartmouth College in 1793 and became a Congregation- 
alist minister. He was ordained at New Castle, Me., October, 



60 PART ONE. SlXrir r.l'.Nl.RATlON. 

1797, and preachetl there until l)eceml)er, 1S23. He was next 
pastor of the church at (ireensljoro, Vl., from 1.S25 to 1829. lie 
then removed to Hardwick, Vt., where he lived until his death. 
He was a noted anti-slavery s])eaker and writer. 1 le marrierl in 
the autumn of 1794, Al)i<.;ail Goodhue, a daughter of (icor^e and 
Elizabeth Goodhue of Newburyport, Mass. Slic was born May 
7, 1756, and died March 18, 1846. He died August 17, 1857. 

CIIILDKKN. 

665<7 William, born ; dictl youni;. 

-359- 

(From page 34.) 

ENOCH l^AH.EY, born October i, 177F, was a son of 
Charles liailey and Abigail (Safford) l^ailey. lie married first, 
Deborah Childs, December 6, 1794. She was born December 
10, 1769, and died July 29, 1801. He married second, Susanna 
Bangs. She was born March 4, 1784, and died September 20, 
1858. He lived at Brookfield, Mass., at Hardwick, Vt., and 
finally in 1839 moved to Delavan, Wis. He died April 8, i866, 
at Delavan. 

CIIII.DKI'.N. 

666 Theresa Matilda, born April 19, \'/()(\ (See page 100.) 

667 VVilliam, born October, 1797. (See page 101 ) 

668 Kiah, born December 26, 1798 ; died August 30, 1800. 

669 Mary, born May 24, 1804; died 1867. 

670 Abigail, born April 22, 1806. 

671 I'2noch, Jr., born A[)ril 6, 1808; died May 15, 1808. 

672 Eewis Hamilton, born y\piil 24, 1809. (See ])age loi ) 

673 Charles Stewart, born November 26, 181 1. (See page 

lOI.) 

674 Harriet Newell, born i'"ebruary 10. 1815; died October 

24, 1846. (See i)age 102.) 

675 Erederick I^lsworth, born November 19. 1817. (See 

page 102.) 

676 Enoch Henry, born December 20, 1820. (See page 102.) 

677 I-evi Parsons, born May 10, 1823. (See page 103.) 
678 Samuel Wills, born November 19, 1825. 



JAMIiiJ OK RUWLEV UKANCIl. SIXTH GENKKA TION. 6l 

-361- 

(From page 34.) 

WHITKFII<:LD bailey, bom December 8, 1775, was a 
son of Charles liailey and Abigail (Safford) l^ailcy. He married 
first, August 30, 1799, Sally J5ailey, daughter of Webster Bailey 
of Newbury, Vt., a descendant of Richard l^ailey of Rowley as 
follows : Richard-Joseph-Joseph, Jr. - Kzekiel-Webster. She 
was born April 19, 1781, at West Newbury, Mass., and died 
May 15, 1828, at Hardwick, Vt. He married second, Fanny 
Graves, March 19, 1829. She was born at Athol, Mass., Sep- 
tember 15, 1790, and died at Hardwick, \'t., September 23, 1871. 
Whitefield lived at lirookfield, Mass., and at Hardwick, Vt. He 
died March 8, 1847. 

CIIII.DKI'.N. 

679 l^'rederick, born April u, 1801 ; died ( )ctober 15, 1803. 

680 William, born November 7, 1805. (.See page 103.) 

C81 Mary, born June 6, 1808; died April 11, 181 1. 

682 Hannah, born October 10, 1810; died June 7, 1811, 

683 i>ucy, born J<'ebruary 24, 1813. (See page 103 ) 

684 Kiidi, born May 14, 1818. (Sec page 104.) 

685 ICzckiel Webster, born March 29, 1820. (See page 104.) 
686 George Whitetield, born February 7, 1822 ; died Aug- 
ust 18, 1824. 

687 Harvey, born October 8, 1824. (See page 105.) 
688 Sarah, born I'Y'bruary 5, 1830 ; lives at Silver Springs, 
Benton Co., Ark.; not married. 
689 John Graves, born November 1 1, 1832. (See page 105.) 

-365- 

(From page 34.) 

WARH BAH. FY, born April 27, 1784, at Newbury, Vt., 
was a son of Charles Bailey and Abigail (Safford) liailey. He 
married Judith J lail. She was born at New Jiraintree, Mass., 
September 14, 1783, and died at I lardwick, Vt., September 25, 
1 85 1. He lived :it lirookheld, Mass., and at Hardwick, Vt., 
where he died November 12, (867. 



62 PART ONE. SIXTH GKNKKATION. 

CHILDREN. 

690 Catherine, born January 22, 1809, at Hardwick, Vt. 

691 Mary, born July 7, 181 1, at Hardwick; married Sila.s 

Underwood. , 

692 Susanna C, born April 17, 181 3, at Hardwick. 

693 Judith H., born September 4, 1815 ; married a Mr. 

Johnson. 
594 Ward S., born February 17, 1818. (See page 106.) 
5g4^z Jacob Loomis, born February 19, 1823. (Seepage 106) 
694^ Eliza C, born August 16, 1826. 

-368- 

(From page 34.) 

FLAV]<:L HAIL1^:Y, bom was a son of 

James liailey and Polly (Hailey) liailey. He married Persage 
Chamberlain, a school teacher, and lived at Fcacham, Vt. He 
died at Groton, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

695 I'ercival, born ; lived in Groton, Vt. 
antl others. 

-371- 

(From page 35.) 

PHILANDER BAILEY, born in Peacham, Vt , July 17, 
1780, was a son of Abijah Bailey and Mrs. Mary (Butterfield) 
(Sawyer) Bailey. He was a farmer and lived at Troy, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

696 Abijah, born 

697 Henry, born 

698 Minah, born ; married Laura Hans. 



699 John, born 



-372- 

(From page 35.) 



LUTHER BAILEY, born in Peacham, Vt., July 26, 1782, 
was a son of Abijah Bailey and Mrs. Mary (Butterfield) (Sawyer) 
Bailey. He was a farmer and lived in Troy, Vt. He married 
Betsey Abercrombie. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 63 

CHILDREN. 

700 Mary, born 1805. (See page 106.) 

701 Hiram, born November 26, 1807. (See page 107.) 

702 Betsey, born November 4, 1809. (See page 107.) 
703 Amanda, born August 13, 1813 ; died unmarried. 

704 Alvira, born February, 181 5. (See page 108.) 

705 Heaton, born January 17, 1817. (See page 108.) 

706 Levi P., born January 21, 1819. (See page 108.) 

707 Charles F., born January 12, 1821. (See page 109.) 

708 Chandler, born December 4, 1824. (See page 109) 

709 Luther, born May 19, 1826; married Charlotte Mc- 

Namara. 

710 John A., born October, 1828; died unmarried. 

-373- 

(From page 35.) 

SAMUEL liAILRY, born May 31, 1784, in Peacham, Vt., 
was a son of Abijah liailey and Mrs. Mary (Ikitterfield) 
(Sawyer) IJailey. lie was a farmer and lived in or near Troy, 
Vt. He married Lydia Pearsons. He served in the war of 1812. 

CHILDREN. 

71 1 Lydia, born 

712 Bluma, born ; married Robert Johnson. 

713 James Pearsons, born ; married Mary 

Hall. 

714 Ann, born 

-374- 

(From page 35.) 

MARY BAH^EY, born July i, 1786, in Peacham, Vt., was 
a daughter of Abijah Bailey and Mrs. Mary (Butterfield) (Saw- 
yer) Bailey. She married Reuben Ainsworth and lived at 
Potten in the Province of Quebec, Canada. 



64 J'ART ONE. SIXTH CIENEKATION. 

CHILDREN. 

715 15ailey, born 

716 Axsali, born 

717 Delormy, born 

718 Riley, born 

719 Samuel, born 

-375- 

(From p;i-c 35.) 

JAMI<:S liAILKY, born July 7, 1788, in reacham, Vt., wa.s 
a son of Abijah Jiailey and Mr.s. Mary (jiiittcrnckl) (Sawyer) 
Bailey. J le was a farmer and lived in Troy, Vt. lie married 
first, Mary Abercrombie; second Jietsey ]irock ; third, Rachel 
Burbank. 

CIIILUKEN. 

720 Robert, born 

721 James Jackson, born 

722 Thankful, born 

723 Betsey, born ; married Harris Skinner. 

724 Axsah, born ; married a Miss Jewell. 

725 Angeline, born 

726 Julia, born 
"Jl"] Hannah, born 

TZ"^ Ann, born ; married a Mr. Walker. 

729 Rachel, born 

-376- 

(From pay;c 35.) 

HANNAH HAILl'Y, born June 18, 1790, was a dau-hter 
of Abijah Bailey and Mrs. Mary (Butterfield) (Sawyer) Jiiiley. 
She married Nathaniel Hammond and lived at Troy, Vt. 

ciiiroKr:N. 

730 I'^sther, born 

731 Simpson, born 

732 VVelby, born 
T}fl Bailey, born 

734 Mary, born 

735 John, born 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SIXTH GKNIiRATION. 65 

-377- 

(From page 35.) 

SOLOMON l^MIJCY, born in Peacbam, Vl , December 
19, 1792, was a son of Abijah Jiailey and Mrs. Mary (lUitterfiekl) 
(Sawyer) l^ailey. lie was a farmer and lived in Troy, Vl. He 
married for his first wife, his twin brother's widow, Mrs. Clarissa 
(Hardy) 15ailey ; and for his second wife, her sister, Mrs. Sarah 
(Hardy) Henry, 

CHILDRKN. 

736 l^aton, born 

737 Solomon, born 

738 Lucy, born ; married Riifus Harvey. 

739 Joseph L., born ; now ]ivin<; in Troy, Vt. 

740 Morgan, born 

741 George, born 

742 Mary A., born ; married Joseph Page; is 

living in Troy, Vt. 

-378- 

(From paj,-e 35.) 

HEATON BAILEY, born December 19, 1792, in IVacham, 
Vt., was a son of Abijah Hailey and Mrs. Mary (Untterfield) 
(Sawyer) l^ailcy. He was a farmer and lived in Troy, Vt. He 
served in the war of 1812. He marrieil Claris.sa Hardy. 

CIIILDKKN. 

743 Clarissa, born ; married Josiah Skinner. 

-879- 

(From page 35.) 

JONATHAN B. BAHJ^Y, born in Peacham, Vt., October 
31. 1794, was a son of Abijah Bailey and Mrs. Mary (Bulterfield) 
(Sawyer) Bailey. He was a farmer and lived in Troy, Vt., 
where his children were born. Later in life he went West. His 
descendants are scattered all through the western States. He 
served in the war of 181 2. He married Hannah Dufer. He 
died in North Amherst, Ohio, October 6, 1875. 



66 PART ONE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

744 Moses, born January 8, 1821. (See page no.) 

745 Lavinia, born February 23, 1823; married Lewis Rice. 

746 Ann, born December 18, 1825 ; married A. l\ Cooper. 

747 Hepzibeth, born January 18, 1828; married Orin Sage. 

748 Curtis, born February 17, 1830 (See page no.) 

749 Jonathan, born July 24, 1832. (See page 1 10.) 

750 Edward, born May 10, 1835. (Seepage 11 1.) 

751 Lucretia, born July 14, 1838; married Horace Decker. 

752 Ira, born May 4, 1843; clied June 15, 1863, from 

wounds received in battle in the Civil War. 
753 Harry, born May 14, 1846. (See page iii.) 

-381- 

(From page 35.) 

H<.A ALLEN liAH.EY, born in Peacham, Vt., September 
15, 1803, was a son of Abijah liailey and Mrs. Mary (Hutterfield) 
(Sawyer) Ikiilcy. He was a farmer and lived in Troy, Vt. He 
was a man of sonic importance and was cjuitc prominent in the 
town affairs of Troy. He married hrst, Susan Chamberlin, and 
second, Laura Tisdell. 

CHILDREN. 

754 Vernon, born 
755 Marietta, born (Seepage 11 1.) 



756 Alice, born 



-382- 

(From page 35.) 



liETSEY BAILEY, born September 10, 1803, was a 
daughter of Abijah Bailey and Mrs. Mary (Butterfield) (Sawyer) 
Bailey. She married first, Jesse Hardy ; second, Daniel F"loyd. 

CHILDREN. 

757 Norman, born 

758 Albert, born 

759 Caroline, born ; married Wallace Elkins. 

760 Mary, born 

761 Abijah, born 



JAMES OF ROWLEV BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 6/ 

762 Jane, born 

763 Jonathan Floyd, born 

-388- 

(From page 36.) 

ANNA liAILEY, born , was a daughter 

of Benjamin Bailey and Polly (McCaiiber) Bailey. She married 
John Renfrew, a justice of Ryegate, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

764 Oscar A., born ; is now living in New- 

bury Centre, Vt. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-402- 

(From page 37.) 

MARTIN 15A1LEY. born November 6, 1791, in .Sterling, 
Mass., was a son of Paul Bailey and Lucy (Derby) Bailey. He 
married a Miss liailcy in 1819. He died in 1831. 

CHILDKKN. 

757 William C, born 1820. (See page 1 12.) 

758 Lucy Ann, born 1822. (See page i 12.) 

759 Margaret, born (See page 1 12.) 

760 Hester M., born (See page 1 13.) 
761 Lucinda, born ; died younj 



1^^- 



-404- 

(From page 37.) 

MYRA BAH.LY, born July 17, 1795, in Sterling, Mass., 
was a daughter of I'aul liailey and Lucy (Derby) Jiailey. She 
married I'^lijah liurpee of Sterling, in 1818. He was born Janu- 
ary 8, 1794, at Sterling, and died July 11, 1863, at Rockford, 111. 
He was a son of Samuel l^urpee of Sterling. He took part in 
the great Canadian Rebellion and was imprisoned on account 
of his fondness for reform. Their early married life was spent 
in Cornwall, Canada, and their children were born there. They 
afterwards lived in western New York and at Rockford, 111. 
They weie in the midst of the great cholera epidemic of 1832 
in Canada. She died May 4, 1869, at Rockford, 111. 

CHILDKKN. 

762 l^ucia, born ; married a Mr. Bernhardt 

and had children. Two of her daughters live in 
Clinton, Mass., and one in Worcester, Mass. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 69 

763 Harriet, born 

764 Adaline, born 

765 Harriet, born 

766 Almira, born 

'J6^ Austin Elijah, born 

768 Catherine Elizabeth, born 

769 Isabella Jane, born 

770 George Washington, born 

771 Adelaide, born 

772 Charles La Fayette, born 
T]l Hannah Louise, born 

-405- 

(From page 37.) 

ARAD BAILEY, born September i8, 1796, at Sterling, 
Mass., was a son of Paul l^ailey and Lucy (Derby) Kailey. He 
married Joan Wilson, December 25, 1834. She was born in 
18 1 2, and died August 24, 1890. She came from Newburyport, 
Mass. They lived in Boston, Mass., at Sterling, Mass., and at 
Watertown, Mass. He died March 26, 1882. Arad in early 
life was a farmer in Sterling. In 1 821, he came to Watertown, 
Mass., and continued farming. He was a member of the First 
Parish Unitarian Church in Watertown for more than 50 years 
and was a deacon for the greater part of that time. He was 
greatly interested in military affairs and on August 2, 1830, was 
appointed captain in the First Regiment of Infantry in the First 
Brigade of the State militia. He was honorably discharged 
November 23, 183 1. 

CHILDREN. 

774 William Wilson, born (^ctober24, 1836. (See page r 13.) 

775 Lucy Derby, born April 2, 1838 ; died Decendxr 23, 

1862. 

776 Joanna, born March 11, 1840; married Abraham L. 

Richards, August 11, 1869. Lives in Watertown, 
Mass. 
"JT"] George Arad, born August 3, 1842 ; died December 6, 
1877 ; no children. 



yO PART ONE. SEVKNTH GKNEKATION. 

778 Clarissa Ann, born December 27, 1844. (See page .) 

779 Louisa Holt, born October 9, 1847. Lives in Water- 

town, Mass. 

780 Helen Jenkins, born June 11, 1850; died February 12, 

1863. 

781 Frank Martin, born January 20, 1853 ! lives in Water- 

town, Mass. 

782 Charlotte Lydia, born May 11, 1857. 

-406- 

(From page 37.) 

SH,HA \\A\\AiY, born March 21, 1798, was a daughter of 
Paul Hailoy and Lucy (Derby) Hailey. She married Harvey 
Kendall, September 17, 1820. She died April 5, 1882. 

CHILDREN. 

783 Mary Waldron, born July 2, 1821 ; married Charles S. 

Sawyer, November 28, 1844; died October 19, 
1846. 

784 John Harvey, born September 21, 1823; married Kate 

Vinal. 

785 Henry Fzekiel, born July 22, 1825; married first, Mary 

Safford of Lancaster, April 3, 1851 ; second, Jane 
W. Smith of Sterling; died March 7, 1877. Had 
at least one child. 

786 Lucinda Kilburn, born June 26, 1830; married Taylor 

Ross of Sterling, April 14, 1851 ; died October 8, 
1866 ; had five children. 

-417- 

(From page 38.) 

CHARLICS MYRICK BAH.EY, born January 22, 1809, 
was a son of Sami)son Bailey and Sophia (Wilder) Bailey. He 
married Mary Rice of Northboro, Mass., December 24, 1832. 
She was born (October 9, 180S, at Northboro. He died July i, 
1885. She died at Clinton, Mass. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY RRANCH. SEVENTH OENERATION. 7 1 

CHILDREN. 

787 Sarah S., born May 12, 1838 ; died January 20, 1841. 

788 Mary Jane, born Mays, 1840; married William H. 

Fairbanks; died September 4, 1895. 

789 Charles Edward, born June 17, 1842 ; died November 

I, 1865. 

790 George Emory, born June 17, 1842; died January 

28, 1870. 

791 Oscar Myrick, born June 15, 1853 ; died May 18, 1854. 

-418- 

(From page 38.) 

SOPHIA BAILEY, born March 6, 181 1, was a daughter 
of Sampson Bailey and Sophia (Wilder) l^ailey. She married 
Samuel Spring. She died October 24, 1892. 

CHILDREN. 

792 Sophia, born ; died January, 1898; mar- 

ried S. Dudley Graves. 

-419- 

(From page 38.) 

EMELINE BAILEY, born April 13, 1813, was a daugh- 
ter of Sampson Bailey and Sophia (Wilder) Bailey. She mar- 
ried Amos W. Buck. She died November 4, 1864. 

CHILDREN. 

793 Sarah Myrick, born September 2, 1844; died Septem- 

ber 5, 1847. 

794 James, born June 26 

795 Charles C, born October 4 

796 Alice W., born September i8 ; married a Mr. Elton. 

797 Senter, born November 23 

-420- 

(From page 38.) 

GEORGE EMERY BAILEY, born April 3, 1815, was a 
son of Sampson liailey and Sophia (Wilder) Ikiley. lie mar- 
ried Mary Ann Brigham. lie died July, 1840. 



72 I'AKr ONK. SRVI'.N'lir Gl'.NEUATION. 

ClIH.DKl.N. 

79<S Ilanicl, Ijorii ; married John Dolan. 

-421- 

( From pa,L;;e j.S.) 

1)1:NSM()RK brooks HATUCY, born April 24,1818, 
was a son ol Sampson Hailcy and Sophia (Wilder) Hailey. lie 
married Sarah ]3avis ot Dudley, Mass. 

CHILDKEN. 

799 Henry, born 

800 J''Ji/,abeth, born 

801 I'.nos Sampson, born 

802 I'.ll.i, born 

803 Charles, born 

804 Caroline, born 

-422- 

(I-'rom page ;,.S.) 

SARAH VVIIJ)I<:R I^IUCY, bom January 27, 1820, 
was a (lan_L;lit<'r ol Sam|)son J^ailey and Sophia (Wilder) Bailey. 
.She niairied .Silas llosmer, July 3, 1844. 

cm I.DKl'.N. 

Sf)5 Susan 1). S., born Oetober 6, 1845; died M ly 30, 

1867. 
80O .Silas A., born January 28, 1848; lives in Concord, 

Massachusetts. 

807 Densmore l^ailey, born March 28, 1850. 

808 Charles Myrick, born April 26, 1853. 

809 Mary Lawrence, born April 26, 1853. 

810 Anna Maria, born October 17, 1855. 

Sir William Damon, born October 8, 1862; died July 
I, 1872. 

-423- 

(From pagii t,S.) 

HANNAH VVIHTTKMOR]': BAIL1<:Y, born September 
21, 1824, was a daughter of Samjjson Bailey and Sophia 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 73 

(Wilder) Bailey. She married Orrin Davis of Shrewsbury, 
Mass. She died October 4, 1864. 

CHILDREN. 

812 Maria B., born July i8, 1846 ; died September 9, 1847. 

813 Henry Harrison, born June, 1848. 

814 Herbert, born 

815 Walter, born 

816 Anna L., born February 27, 1852; died February 

27, 1854. 

-451- 

(From page 41.) 

BETSEY BAILEY, born in Jaffrey, N. H., was 

a daughter of Isaac liailey and Betsey (Wheelock) Bailey. 
She married Isaac Stratton. She died April 9, 1873. 

CHILDREN. 

817 Jonathan W., born March 3, 1814; married Edna 

Parker of Nelson, N. H. 

818 Mary Elizabeth, born May 25, 1816 ; married William 

P. Stevens. 

819 PLloisa, born August 8, 181 8 ; married Deacon Rich- 

ard Spaulding. 

820 Charles, born 1821 ; lives in Cambridge, Mass. 

821 Lucinda, born August 14, 1823; married Benj. Pierce, 

a grandson of lienj. l^ailey. 
S22 Isaac Bailey, born April 14, 1828 ; drowned January 
4, 1853, at Yuba, Cal. 

-455- 

(From page 41.) 

BETSEY BAILEY, born February 7, 17S8, in Lunen- 
burg, Mass., was a daughter of Benjamin Bailey and Lucinda 
(Carter) Bailey. She married Col. Joel Joslin of Leominster, 
Mass., June 18, 1809. He died December 28, 1840. She died 
September i, 1844. 

7 



74 PART ONE. SEVIiNTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

823 Betsey R., born May 6, 1S14, in Leominster; married 
(under the name of Elizabeth M. K. Joslin) Albert 
Sizer of Saybrook, Conn., May 25, 1S34, a hatter. 
Had two children. 

-457- 

(From page 41.) 

LUCINDA HAILICY, born July 22, 1791, in Lancaster, 
Mass., was adan;;hter of Henjamin liailey and Lucinda (Carter) 
Bailey. She married Jonas Pierce of Jalfrey, N. II., a wealthy 
farmer, September 1, 1811. lie died May 28, 1857. She died 
February 3, 1838. 

CHILDREN. 

824 Asa Tierce, born July 17, 1812, married I^otlisa Dike, 

December 5, 1839; died October 20, 1874; had 
nine children. 

825 Abigail, born November 8, 1814; married h^illcr Dyke 

of I'^armington Falls, Me., June 12, 1838 ; died 
January 21, 1896; he died May 8, 1896; had six 
children. 

826 Addison, born May 14, 1817; married Milla Prince of 

Thompson, Conn., October 25, 1838. lie was a 
farmer and they lived in Jaffrcy, N. II. He died 
March 31, 1888. They had five chiklren. 

827 Jonas, Jr., born A[)ril 28, 1819; married first, Sarah VV. 

]}ryant of Jaffrey, N. 11., May 4, 1843; second, 
Fannie Bean of Vienna, Me. His first wife died 
March 3, 1854; the second died July 24, 1863. 
He died April 12, 1864. He had twcj children by 
his first wife and six by the second. 
S28 Henjamin, born July 11, 1821 ; married Lucinda Strai- 
ten of Jaffrey, N. II., May 12, 1846. She died 
June 17, 1888. He was in early life a successful 
flour and grain merchant in Boston, Mass., and 
built warehouses. Afterwards he was a farmer in 
Jaffrey, N. H. lie has been a member of the 
Now Hampshiie State Legislature and is now a 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 75 

director of the Jaffrey National Bank and is vice 
president of the Jaffrey Savings Bank. He has 
had five children, two of whom are now living. 

829 Amos, born May 31, 1824; married Susan Walton of 

Carlton, Me.; died November 20, 1862; no chil- 
dren. 

830 Dexter, born September 4, 1827; married Mary E. 

Buswell of Nashua, N. H., February 6, 1S51 ; died 
August 19, 1875; she died June 18, 1876; had 
eight children. 

831 l^etsey, born August 30, 1829; married Orlando B. 

Buswell of Nashua, N. H., September 26, 1849; 
died April 17, 1856; had one child. 

832 Emily, born March 6, 1833 ; died in infancy. 

-468- 

(From page 41.) 

SALLY BAILEY, born June 17, 1793, at Lancaster, 
Mass., was a daughter of Benjamin Bailey and Lucinda (Carter) 
Bailey. She married Gershom Twitchell and lived in Oxford, 
Mass. He was a truss maker. He was born April 10, 1789, 
and died April 2, 1864. She died October 8, 1857. The chil- 
dren spell their name Twichell. 

CHILDREN. 

833 Andrew, born March 23, 1816; married Phebe B. 

Moulton. She was born June, 1817, and died 
May 2, 1848. He died out West; had three 
children, two of whom died young. 

834 Lorena Jewell, born December 31, 1819; married 

Amos Sargent Taylor. He died March 10, 1890, 
aged 75 years ; she died September 28, 1891. 
They lived in Oxford, Mass., and had two children. 

835 John Minot, born January 7, 1824 ; married first, 

Nancy Moulton, April 30, 1846. She was born 
October 28, 18 15, and died June 6, 1880. He 
married second, Elizabeth Baldwin of Worcester, 
Mass., May 16, 1883. He died October 31, 1891. 



76 PART ONK. SKVKNTII C.I.NKKATION. 

He was a wool sorter in one place 46 years. 
Me lived in Fitchburg, Mass. Had one child. 

836 George Henry, born August 5, 1827 ; married first, 

Helen Frances Mayo of Watertown, N. Y., 
August 2, 1857; she died of consumption July 10, 
1876. He married second, Sophronia TifTt of 
Venice, N. Y. He resides in San Francisco, Cal. 
Has had four children. 

837 Charles Carter, born September 7, 1831 ; married 

Cornelia Wilson of Brighton, Mass., in 1856. He 
was a dentist in lioston, Mass. He died in July, 
1892. Had one child. 

-459- 

(From page 41.) 

AlilCiAH, HAILFY, born August 12, 1795, in Lancaster, 
Mass., was a ilaughter of Benjamin Bailey and Lucinda (Carter) 
Bailey. She married first, Samuel Twitchell, Jr., in 1812, and 
lived in Dublin, N. H. She married seconil, Samuel Patrick, 
Jr., June 9, 1822. He was born December 30, 1795, and died 
March 6, 1851. She died September 16, 1839. He married 
second, Mrs. Fliza i^ailey, widow of Orson l^ailey. He was a 
farmer and mill owner, and was a member of the State Legis- 
lature and a prominent citizen. 

CHILDREN. 

838 Tnnothy, born ; died in infancy. 

839 Maria Wilson, born April 29, 1815 ; married Lewis 

Thorpe, a merchant in Athol, Mass., January 1, 
1838; she died December 31, 1850. No children. 
She was descended from the Rev. John Wilson, 
the first minister in lioston. 

840 Caroline, born August 3, 1818; married Rev. Simon 

liarrows December 24, 1845. -^^fi^' <''^'<1 '" Crant- 
ville, Mass., December 25, 1852. Had one child. 

841 Eli;^abeth, born March 31, 1823; married June 21, 

1849, William Rensselaer Lincoln, then of West- 
borough, Mass. He was born April 11, 1818, and 



JAMF.S OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 77 

died December i, 1897. They lived in Haiti-more, 
Md. He was at the head of the Reformatory 
nearly 40 years. They had four children. 

842 Samuel Clark, born March 31, 1825 ; married March 7, 

1853, Mrs. Harriet R. Marsh. He is a manufac- 
turer of and dealer in cigars and tobacco in 
Lowell, Mass. No children. 

843 Abigail, born 1829; died in childhood. 

844 George, born 1831 ; died in childhood. 

845 Henry, born 1836 ; died in childhood. 

846 Mary Abbie, born June 28, 1839; married Frederick 

D. Morrison of l^altimore, Md., July 31, 1865. 
He is Superintendent of White and Colored In- 
stitutions for the Instruction of the l^lind. She 
died November 28, 1897. Had one child. 

-460- 

(From page 41.) 

ROXANNA liAILEY, born at Leominster, Ma.ss., August 
3, 179S, was a daughter of l^enjamin liailey and Lucinda (Car- 
ter) Uailey. She married Capt. Joseph Pierce of Leominster in 
1829. lie was born December 10, 1804, and died September 18, 
1892. She died July 2, 1S36. tie was a cooper. 

CHILDREN. 

847 Joseph Bailey, born February 22, 1830; married Es- 

tella M. Holden of Northfield, Mass. He was a 
member of Company F, 52d Regiment Massa- 
chusetts Volunteers in Civil War. He was a 
farmer and died in Northfield, October 26, 1895. 
They had two children. 

848 Odelia v., born June i i, 1832; died in 1851. 

849 Henry I^lmer, born April 4, 1834; married Abbie E. 

Robbins of Northfield, Mass. He was a member 
of Company I, 32d Massachusetts Regiment, and 
died in Virginia, November, 1863. He was a 
currier. Had one child. 

850 l'211en, born July 2, 1836; died in 1850. 



78 PART ONE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-461- 

(From page 42.) 

ORSON BAILEY, born September 3, 1802, at Newfane, 
Vt., was a son of Benjamin Railey and Lucirula (Carter) liailey. 
He married Eliza Wheelock, May 3, 1824. She was born Jan- 
uary 14, 1806, and died October 10, 1871. He died April 18, 
1834. He was a comb manufacturer in I^olton, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

851 Frances Ann, born December 17, 1828. (Seepage 114.) 

-463- 

(From page 42.) 

DEXTER liAILEY, born at Jaffrey, N. H., in 1809, was 
a son of Benjamin liaiiey and Lucinda (Carter) liailey. He 
married lietsey B. Woodbury, April 12, 1832. He was a farmer 
in Bolton, Mass. He died March 6, 1893. 

CHILDREN. 

852 Julia Ann, born 1834. (See page 1 14.) 

853 Enos, born ; died in childhood. 

-467- 

(From page 42.) 

ARTICMAS liAILEY, born January 17, 1800, was a son of 
Josiah liailey and Margaret Little (Hazen) liailey. He married 
Clarissa Billings of Lunenburg, Mass., in 1823. He lived at 
Keene, N. H. He died November 7, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

854 Rufus, born ; died young. 

855 Adeline, born 



856 Lizzie, born 



-469- 

(From page 42.) 



JOSIAH J^AH.EY, born February 27, 1804, was a son of 
Josiah Bailey and Margaret Little (Hazen) Bailey. He married 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 79 

Catherine Ware Cole of Newburyport. He died at South Read- 
ing, July 5, 1834. 

CHILDREN. 

857 Margaret Ann, born September 3, 1829; married 

Amos H. Morss ; lives at West Medford, Mass.; 
has several children. 

858 Edwin Josiah, born January 24, 1831. 

859 Henry Luther, born May 5, 1833. 

86q llairiet I'Llizabeth, born February 6, 1835. 

-470- 

(From page 42.) 

SAMUICL 11. HA I LEY, born l''ebruary 8, i8o6, was a son 
uf Josiah Bailey and Margaret Little (llazen) Bailey. He lived 
at Lunenburg, Mass. He married first, Mary Hart of Town- 
send, Mass., October 3, 1826. She died May 9, 1862. He mar- 
ried second, Sarah Hart of Townsend, July 30, 1863. He died 
October 29, 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

861 Martha A. W., born April 23, 1827. (See page 115.) 

862 Mary Elizabeth, born August 30, 1842. (Seepage 115.) 

-472- 

(From page 42.) 

JOHN UTTLE liAlLEY, born February 3, 1811, was a 
son of Josiah Bailey and Margaret Little (Ilazen) Bailey. He 
married Mary F. Cowdin of l-'itchburg, Mass. She was born 
July 16, 1808, and died September 25, 1880. He lived at Town- 
send, Mass., Keene, N. II., I'Mtchburg, Mass., and West Med- 
ford, Mass. He died December 31, 1895. at West Medford. 
He was a well known business man in Fitchburg and accumu- 
lated quite a property as a builder. 

CHILDREN. 

863 George IL, born December i, 1833. (See page 115.) 
864 Charles P., born June 28, 1835 I died September 19, 



80 PART ONE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1863. He was killed in the battle of Chicka- 
mauga, Tenn. He graduated from Dartmouth 
College and from a Law School in New Orlean.s, 
where his Uncle Walter resided. He was living- 
in New Orleans at the commencement of the 
Civil War and enlisted in the Confederate Army. 

865 James F., born December 20, 1841, at Keene, N. H. ; 

died June 11, 1843, at Keene. 

-473- 

( From page 42.) 

JOSEPH l^AILEY, born June 8, 1813, at Townsend, 
Mass., was a son of Josiah Jiailey and Margaret Little (Hazen) 
Bailey. He married Mary Haker, who was born at Ilolderness, 
now Ashland, N. H. He lived mostly in the West, and died at 
Kansas City, Mo., September 17, 1887. His wife died at Bunv 
brota, Minn. 

CHILDREN. 

866 Marietta, born 

867 Martin, born 

868 Lizzie, born 

869 George J., born October 14, 1853, at Westford, Mass. 
(See page 116.) 

-476- 

(From page 42.) 

WALTICR BAILEY, born April 14, i8r8, at Townsend, 
Mass., was a son of Josiah Bailey and Margaret Little (Hazen) 
Bailey. He married first, Mary Fiske ; second, 
He was a physician and lived at New Orleans, La. 

CHILDREN. 

870 Mary, born 

871 Fannie, born ' 

872 Walter, born 

-486- 

(From page 43.) 
OLIVER BAILEY, born November 7, 1794, was a son of 



JAMKS OF KOWLRY IJRANCH. SEVKNTIl GENKKATION. 8l 

Pierce Bailey and Salome (IViiley) Bailey of Ipswich Village, 
Mass. He married Judith Howe of Rowley, Mass. He died 
January 6, 1878. 

CHILOKKN. 

873 Mary J., born March 26, 1827; not married. 
874 Amasa P., born December 16, 1828. (See page 116.) 
875 Oliver Alvin, born December 4, 1831 ; married Kmily 

Pearson of Ipswich Village, in October, 1877. 

Lives in Ipswich Village. 

876 Hannah Elisabeth, born September 26, 1838. (Sec 

page 1 16.) 

877 Kben Howe, born September 24, 1843. (See page 1 17.) 

-488- 

(From page 43-) 
JACOB BAILEY, born , was a son of 

Pierce Jiailey and Salome (liailey) Bailey of Ii)swich Village, 
Mass. He married Judith Jewett of Ipswich, Mass. 

ClIILDKEN. 

878 John Henry, born December 22, 1824; not married. 

879 Charles, born September 26, 1828; not married. 

-489- 

(From page 44.) 

SAMUEL G. liAILP:Y, born March 29, 1796, was a son of 
Nathaniel Bailey and Deborah (Colburn) Bailey. He married 
Eliza Thomas. 

cmi.DKI'.N. 

880 Samuel R., born 1842. (See page 117.) 

-621- 

(From page 46.) 

WILLIAM KIMliALL liAILEY, born at Rowley, Mass., 
November 17, 1806, was a son of David Bailey and Anna 
(Spiller) Bailey. He married P^lizabeth Caldwell of Beverly, 
Mass. He died June 3, i860, at Ipswich, Mass., of paralysis. 
He was a deacon of the Congregational Church at North Beverly. 



82 PART ONK. SEVF.NTII GENERATION. 

(:HIIJ)RKN. 

iSHi I'Llizubcth Ann, born September 5, 1837, at 15everly. 

882 John William, born May 28, 1840, at Beverly. Is a 

ileaeon of the Congrej;ational Cluueh in George- 
town, Mass. 

-525- 

(From pa}!;e 46.) 

DAVID I^AILEV, born November 7, 1817, at Wenham, 
Mass., was a son of David l>ailey ami Anna (Spiller) Hailey. 
lie married Almira I'iekett of Geoi^etown, Mass. lie died of 
apoplexy in 1893, in a herdie in Boston, while erossinj^ the eity. 
He was engineer of the Dan vers Bleachery lor 47 years. 

CllM.nREN, 

883 Harriet E., born December 17, 183S; married George 

Leighton of Georgetown. 
J^g4 William II., born December 4, 1840. (See page 117.) 

885 i^enjamin IMckett, born January 16, 1843. (See 

page 118.) 

886 Charles Kendall, born July 22, 1844. (Seepage 1 18.) 

887 i^avid, born May 28, 1848. (See page 118.) 

888 .'Almira A., born December 13, 1850; married Eugene 
McNeil, in 1872, at Teabody, Mass. 
88^ l''ranklin I'ierce, born May 23, 1852. (Seepage 119.) 

890 Augusta Maria, born "March 2, 1854; married John 

Handel, at Beabody, in 1873. 

-626- 

(I'Vom pat;e .jG.) 

HI'.NRY nAIEl':Y, born August 25, 1821, at Wenham, 
Mass., was a son of David Bailey and Anna (Spiller) Bailey. He 
married /Xbigail J. Lennon of Weidiam. 

childki:n. 

891 Abbic J., born 1848; married John C. Woodbury of 

Wenham. 

892 John Henry, born October 4, 1843; died in 1862, in 

the Army at Mound City, 111. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY URANCH. SEVENTH llENERATION. 83 

-528- 

(From page 46.) 

CHARLES JEWETT HAILEY, born January 8, iSi6, 
was a son of Ezekiel Pierce Bailey and Sally (Ilobson) Bailey. 
He married Eveline T^nney and lived in Georgetown, Mass. 
She was a daughter of David and Hannah (Little) Tenney ; was 
born January 14, 1S19, and died September 16, 1863, at George- 
town. 

CHILDREN. 

893 Frank P., born October 18, 1841 ; married Lydia 

Cheney ; no children. He enlisted in what was 
afterwards known as Company M, 4th Regiment of 
Heavy Artillery, August 20, 1864, and served in the 
fortifications around Washington. He was dis- 
charged June 17, 1865. Died in 1888, at George- 
town, Mass. 

894 R.osamond Tenney, born December 17, 1846; died 

P'ebruary, 1894; unmarried. 
Two children died in childhood. 

-529- 

(From page 46.) 

EZEKIEL BAILEY, born August 22, 1818, was a son of 
Ezekiel Pierce Bailey and Sally (Ilobson) Bailey of Rowley, 
Mass. He married Caroline Blackington. She was born July, 
1822, and died May, 1865, in Rowley. He died F'ebruary, 1861. 
They lived in Rowley, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

895 Amy C, born in 1845 ; married Eben II. liailcy. (See 

No. 877, page 117.) She died in 1880. (Sec p;ige 
119.) 

896 Abbie F., born 1847. (See page 119.) 

897 Leroy, born 1849; died in 1874; married Emma Pick- 

ard. No children. 

898 Ezekiel, born 1851 ; died 1870. 

899 r:ilen J., born March 22, 1855 ; died April 8, 1899. 

900 Florence I., born 1857; died 1859. 

901 Oliver Blackington, born 1859; died 1880. 



84 I'ART ONE. SKVF.NTH t.ENEKATlON. 

-530- 

(From page 46.) 

SARAH GAGE liAILKY, born March 7, 1821. was n 
(laughter of I'^zckiel Pierce Bailey aiul Sally (llobson) liailey of 
Rowley, Mass. Slie married I''rederic Drew and lives in Row- 
ley, lie was horn l"\'bruary 1, 1817, at Durham, N. 11., and 
died in Rowley October 17, 1896. lie lived for a time in Ohio. 

ClIILDKEN. 

()02 ICllen A., born October 28, 1844, in Rowley, 

903 i'Vederic Austin, born July 12, 1846, in Rowley ; dietl 

May 7, 1874. 

904 Irvin, born July 27, 1849, in Rowley ; married I'^llen 

A. Gates of Portsmouth, Ohio, lie is a shoe 
manufacturer in Portsmouth, Ohio, lias children. 

905 Sarah, born March 27, 1851 ; died October 14, 1852. 

906 Albert Pailey, born November 20, 1856, in 1 ronton, 

Ohio; died September 15, 1857. 

907 Mary S., born September 9, 1858, in Ironton, Ohio. 

-531- 

(From paj^e 46.) 

SOPHIA HA1LP:Y, bom August 22, 1823, was a daughter 
of P>.ekiel Pierce Pailey and Sally (I lobson) Pailey ol Rowley, 
Mass. She married Ebenezer Berry Damon of North Reading, 
December i6, 1847. She lived in Rowley, Mass. 

ClilLDKI'.N. 

908 Bernarti, boiii September ii, 1851. 

909 All)ert, born November 8, 1858; died in infani-y. 

910 Alden P., born June 17, i860. 

-532- 

(From pa^e 4('). ) 

I'RICDI'.RIC BAIPKY. born March 8, 1826, was a son 
of IC/ekiel Pierce Bailey and Sally (1 lobson) Bailey, lie mar- 
ried C atheruie Janvrin of Hampton Falls, N. 11., January 2, 
1855. She was born July 1, 1830. He lives in Rowley, Mass, 



JAMES OF ROWLEY IIRANCM SEVENTH GENERATION. 85 

CHILDREN. 

911 Josephine, born October 15, 1855; married Geo. V. 
Kimball of Rowley, January 18, i88o. 

gi2 Mary Ella, born March 26, 1858; married iMed Stet- 
son Pevear, as his second wife, May 19, 1880. He 
was born October 28, 1853 ; was a son of Henry 
A. and Sarah Ellen Pevear. They live in Lynn, 
Massachusetts. 

913 Katherine J., born September 17, i860. 

914 Willard Leighton, born November 24, 1862. (See 

page 119.) 

915 P2mma Lincoln, born April 29, 1865. (See page 120.) 

-533- 

(From pap;e 46.) 

HENRY BAILEY, born March 30, 1829, was ^ •'>">< <>f 
Ezekiel Pierce Hailey and Sally (Hobson) Jiailey of Rowley, 
Mass. He married Margaret Johnson, March [4, 1852. He died 
in Rowley, May 3, 1863. She married second, David C. Smith 
of Georgetown. 

CHILDREN. 

916 Elizabeth J., born January 16, 1853 ; married Frank 
W. C. Fulsome, January 20. 1880. Lives in 
Haverhill, Mass. One son, Arthur. 
917 Forrest, born August 11, 1856. (See page 120.) 

-534- 

(From page 46.) 

MARY ANN HAILICY, born July 2, 1831, was a daugh- 
ter of Iv.ekiel Pierce l^ailey ami Sally (Hobson) Jiailey. She 
married William Mason of F'oxboro, Mass., August 2},, 1857. 
He was a carpenter. She died March i, 1886. 

chii.dri':n. 

918 Adele G., born September 27, 1861 ; married William 
Riley, February 20, 1882. 



86 I'AKP ONK. SEVENTH (iENKKATION. 

-535- 

(F'rom page 46) 

KDWARD BAILEY, born January 13, 1834, was a son 
of Ezckiel Pierce Bailey and Sally (Ilobson) Bailey, lie mar- 
ried Martha reckham, February 7, i860. Lives in Rowley, 
Mass. She was born June 12, 1839, and was of Plymouth, N. M. 

CHILDREN. 

9 19 yVlbert Edward, born January 19, 1861. (See page 120.) 

92(D James Guy ; died young. 

921 Cieorge Guy, born March 14, 1864. (See page 121.) 

922 Charles Peckham, born March 19, 1873. 

-536- 

(From page 46.) 

OLIVE J. BAILEY, born July 17, 1836, was a daughter of 
Ezekiel I'ierce Bailey and Sally (Hobson) Bailey. She married 
George Hardy, November 10, 1858. Lived in Rowley, Mass. 
She died July 23, 1862. 

CHILDREN. 

923 Clarence, born August 22, 1859; died 1897. 

-538- 

(From page 47.) 

SUSAN BAILEY, born July 23, 1798, was a daughter of 
Thomas Hailey and Susannah (Ilobson) Bailey. She married 
Jonaliian Spiller. lie was born March 21, 1796, and died 
November 25, 1883. She died July 19, 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

924 William Thomas, born August 19, 1820 ; married Eliza- 

beth M. Carleton of Boxford, Mass., July 13, 1843. 
Lives in Stoneham. 

925 Louisa K., born September 20, 1824; married William 

Whitchouse, November 20, 1848 ; died October 
19, 1849. 

926 Mary I^lizabcth, born August 12, 1830; married Henry 

B. Berry, December 4, 1849. He died March 25, 
1895, ^^ Stoneham. 1 1. id nine children. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY HKANCH. SEVENTH GENEKATION. 8/ 

927 Susan Julia, born November 30, 1838; married first, 

Thomas ]iicl<f()rcl of Lynn, Mass., April 15, 1859; 
second, George K. Brown of Auburn, N. H., 
March 12, 1872. 

-540- 

(From page 47.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born February 13, i8oi,at Newbury 
Old I'own, was a son of Thomas liiiley and Susannah (llobson) 
Bailey. Fie married T^sther l^vans. She was born July 28, 
1801. He lived in Wheeling, Va., and acquiretl weahh. Ik- 
died November 22, 1893, at Melrose, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

928 William, born July 28, 1821. 

929 Mary, born May 31, 1823. 

930 Edward, born July 10, 1825. 

931 Ivsther Ann, born February 4, 1827. 

932 Alte/.era, born January 22, 1831. 

933 Sarah Jane, born May 9, 

934 Lewis, born December 31, 1836. 

935 I£mma, born September 3, 184L 

936 Amanda, born May 7, 1845 ; married Hannibal F(jrbes 

and lives in Melrose, Mass. 

-545- 

(From page 4<S.) 

SAMUEL C. BAILEY, born June 23, 1814, in Boston, was 
a son of Joseph Bailey and Mary (Coombs) Bailey. He followed 
the sea till within ten years of his death. His home was always 
at Pema(|uid, Me., where he died l-Y'bruary 4, 1876. He married 
Margaret H. Little. She was born in Bristol, Me., December 
26, 1814, and died December 22, 1897. 

ciin.nKEN. 

937 Laura M., born September 3, 1841, in Pemaquid, Mc.; 

died January 6, 1893 ; unmarried. 
938 Charles B., born May 14, 1843. (Seepage 121.) 



88 I'AKT ONi:. sf,vi:ntii (jknkkation. 

939 Austin S., born y\pril 27, 1845. He went to Vallejo, 
Cal., at the age of 24. The last 15 years of his 
life he spent at Oakland, Cal., where he died 
August 15, 1898. No children. 
940 I'.dwin E., born December 22, 1850. (See page 121.) 

941 .Sumner, born February 26, 1853; married Ida Poland, 
June 2, 1880. Her birthj)lace and home has 
always been at New Harbor, Me. No children. 

942 Nettie F., born February 11, 1856. (Seepage 122.) 

-548- 

(From page 48.) 

JOHN 1U\H.EY, born July 7, 1815, was a son of Joseph 
Bailey and .Sally (Sanders) Bailey of Springfield, N. H. He 
married Fiiza Ann Nichols at ICnfield, N. H. She was born 
January 16, 1818, at l^nfiekl and died January 28, 1890, at Marl- 
boro, Mass. He died March 14, 1854. at ICnfield. 

chili)ki:n. 

943 Agnes, born February 25, 1843. (See page 122.) 

944 ICIIen, born A\n\\ 22, 1844, ^t Springfield, N. H. 

945 Joseph, born June 28, 1846; died in infancy. 

946 Oscar, born September 6, 1847, at Springfield, N. II. 

947 Oiriit, born April 25, 1850, at ICnfield, N. H. 

948 Orlo, b )rii September, 1852, died in infancy. 

-555- 

(From page 49.) 

HANNAH O. BAILEY, born in 1822, in Hopkinton^ 
N. H , was a daughter of Thomas l^ailey and Jemima (Smith) 
Bailey. She mairied H. li. Harriman in 1843, a"<^l I'ves at 
Waverly, Iowa. 

ClIII.DKl.N. 

949 Walter, born ; died young. 

950 Margaret A., born 1847 ; married Zebina B. Bryant 

antl has four children. 

951 Helen M., born 1850; m irried George P. I^llis ; ha.i 

one child. 



JAMKS OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. Sq 

-657- 

(From page 49.) 

WILLIAM W. BAILEY, born in 1829, at Hopkinton, 
N. H., was a son of Thomas Bailey and Jemima (Smith) Bailey. 
He married Mary B. Greeley, daughter of Alfred and Mary 
(Webster) Greeley. He was a prominent lawyer of Nashua, 
N. H. He was graduated at Dartmouth in the class of 1854. 
He read law in the office of George & F"oster in Concord, 
N. H., and completed his course of study at the Albany Law 
School, where he was graduated in 1856. He settled in 
Nashua and continued his practice up to the time of his death- 
He was city solicitor and in 1863 and 1864 represented his ward 
in the Legislature. He was the Democratic candidate for 
State senator in 1867 and 1868, for presidential elector at large 
in 1884 and for member of Congress in 1886. He served the 
State as trustee of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture 
and Mechanical Arts from 1871 to 1876 and the city a number of 
years as a member of the Board of Education and as trustee of 
the Public Library. He was president and a director of the 
Wilton Railroad, and treasurer and a director of the Nashua 
and Lowell Railroad. He was president of the Nashua Savings 
Bank from 1S79 to 1895 ^^^^ ^^so a director of the Indian Head 
National Bank. He was president and a director of the Hills- 
boro mills. At the time of his death he was a trustee of the 
State Library, president of the State Library Association and a 
member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. 
He was a thirty-second degree Mason. He was president of 
the Bailey-Bayley Family Association. He died June 10, 1899. 

CHILDREN. 

952 Marion G.. born 1859; died 1867. 

953 Caroline W., born 1862 ; died 1891. 

954 William T., born 1869; is a graduate of Dartmouth 

College and a student of the Harvard University 
Medical School. 

955 Helen G., born 1873 ; lives in Nashua, N. H. 

8 



90 PART ONE. SEVENTH (iENERATION. 

-566- 

(From page 51.) 

LUCY BAILEY, born in 1787, at Andover, Mass., was a 
daughter of James Bailey and Lucy (Brown) Bailey. She mar- 
ried Thomas Hamlcn of Lynn, Mass., and died in 1816. 

CHILDREN. 

956 Lucy Jane, born in Lynn, December, 1814 ; married 

Rev. Hollis Russell ; died February 9, 1861, at 
Andover, Mass. He died August 13, 1850. No 
children. 

957 Sarah Ann, born 1816 ; lived in Andover, Mass. ; died 

September 18, 1866, in Andover. She was a suc- 
cessful teacher. 

-569- 

(From page 51.) 

HANNAH BAILEY, born August 15, 1796, in Andover, 
Mass., was a daughter of James liailey and Lucy (Urown) 
Bailey. She married Joseph Shattuck of Andover, May 25. 
1826. He was born in Andover, October 18, 1793. He was 
one of the selectmen of the town for over 15 years. He was a 
representative in the Legislature in 1838 and 1839, and held 
various other offices of public trust. He died Aueust 24, 1873. 
She died August 9, 1866. 

CHILDREN. 

958 Joseph, born April 23, 1827, lives in Lawrence, Mass ; 

married Lydia Maria Cobb ; has four children. 

959 George Otis, born May 2, 1829; graduated at Hai 

vard College in 1851 and at the Harvaid Law 
School in 1854. He married I'^mily Coi)elan(l and 
had one child. He died February 23, 1897 "*-" 
was president of the Boston Bar Association ; 
an overseer of Harvard University, and one of 
the leading men of his time in Boston. 

960 Charles Walter, born June 13, 1831-; married P2iiza- 

beth C. Jenkins. Has two children ; lives in 
Winchester, Mass. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH, SEVENTH GENERATION. QI 

961 Lucy Brown, born F'ebruary 10, 1834 J Hves in Boston. 

962 Edward, born June 21, 1837 ; married Sarah Josephine 

Crosby ; has two children ; lives in Andover, Mass. 

-572- 

(From page 51). 

JAMES BAILEY, born June 28, 1803, at Andover, Mass., 
was a son of James Bailey and Lucy (Brown) Bailey. He mar- 
ried Abigail Farmer Rogers of Tewksbury, Mass., November 
'9. •83s. She was born July 7, 1812, and died April 10, 1888. 
He lived on the old homestead in Andover and at Lowell, Mass. 
He died at Lowell, June 11, 1880. He was a deacon of the 
Congregational Church in Tewksbury, Mass., for many years. 

963 James Rogers, 

page 122 ) 

964 Charles Walter 

page 123.) 

965 Frederick, born October 2, 1841 ; married Carrie 

Frances Morey, June 5, 1889; is a druggist in 
Lowell, Mass. 
965a George, born July 5, 1843 ; died January 26, 1846. 

966 Edward, born October 20, 1844 ; died February 7, 

1874; unmarried; was a druggist in Lowell, 
Mass., a member of the firm of F. & E. Bailey. 
967 Abbie Mary, born February 18, 1846. (See page 123.) 
968 Martha Fidelia, born December 5, 1850; married 
Francis Nelson Chase, September 15, 1875, and 
lived in Lowell, Mass.; died September 20, 1878. 
Had one child, Charles Francis Chase, born 
January 22, 1878 ; died March 25, 1879. 

-573- 

(From page 51.) 

OTIS BAILEY, born in Andover, Mass., April 14, 1806, 
was a son of James Bailey and Lucy (Brown) Bailey. He mar- 



CHILDREN. 






born September 27, 


1836. 


(See 


born November 13, 


1838. 


(See 



92 PAKT ONi:. SF.VKNTH GKNKKATION. 

ried, February 7, 1833, ^^ Tem broke, Mass., Lucimla Alden 
Loring of Pembroke, daughter of Alden and l.ucinda (Hriggs) 
Loring, and a descendant of John Alden, who came in the May- 
Hower. She was born August 5, 1809, at Duxbury, Mass., and 
died March 7, 1886, at North Andover, Mass. lie lived in 
Andover and North Andover, Mass. He was for many years 
a deacon of the l^'irst Parish Church (Unitarian) in North 
Andover. He died May 30, 1866, in North Andover. 

CHILDKEN. 

969 Sarah Loring, born April 22, 1834; died unmarried, 
September 8, 1896. She was a successful teacher 
and writer, and was the author of Historical 
Sketches of Andover. 
970 Treorge Otis, born May 24, 1836. (See imge 124.) 

971 Charlotte Osgood, born ; lives in Chicago, 111. 

972 Laura Alden, born ; lives in North Andover, 

Mass. 

973 Charles Pinckney, born ; married Rose Leon- 

ard ; lives in Alameda, Cal. 

974 Hannah Rogers, born ; lives in North An- 

dover. 

975 Jr>hn Alden, born October 15, 1849. (See page 124.) 

976 Hollis Russell, born P'ebruary 24, 1852. (Seepage 125.) 

-590- 

(From p.ifjc 52.) 

LICVI BATLI':Y, born February 15, [797, at Rcaihng, \'t , 
was a son of Levi Hailey and Hannah (liailey) Uailey. He mar 
ried Lucinda Johnson at Reading, Vt., I''ebruary iS, i<S22. She 
was born April 16, 1795, at Shrewsbury, Vt., and died Septem- 
ber 6, 1872, in Lincoln County, Mo. He went to Missouri, in 
1839, and lived in Lincoln County until Marcii, 1885, when he 
moved to Cedar Falls, la. 

CHILDREN. 

977 Hannah, born June 8, 1824. (See page 125.) 
978 Charlotte, born June 9, 1830; died 1850. 



JAMKS OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 93 

979 Marinda, born November i8, 1833; unmarried. 
q8o Susan, born March 18, 1836; married Wm. J. Sitton; 
has two daughters. 

981 Warren, born March 6, 1839; married first, Ada J. 

Col burn of Shrewsbury, Vt. She died August 6, 
1865 ; married second, Lucy J. Wilson from Illi- 
nois, May 18, 1867 ; moved to Cedar Falls, Iowa, 
in 1885 ; no children. 

-598- 

(From page 53.) 

SAMUEL BAILEY, born March 14, 1795, in Andover, 
Mass., was a son of Samuel Bailey and Sally (Trull) Bailey. 
He married IMudence Farmer, December 25, 1823. She was 
born January 15, 1797, and died August 27, 1866. He died 
Sei)lember 9, 1872. He lived in Andover, Mass. 

CHILDKF.N. 

982 Samuel Oilman, born June 7, 1827. (See page 126.) 

983 Charles K., born June 9, 1830. (See page 126.) 
9g4 John Brown, born November 15, 1832. (Seepage 126.) 
q85 Abbie Orrilla, born December I, 1837. (Seepage 127.) 

-599- 

(From page 53.) 

SALLY BAILEY, born November 28, 1796, at Andover, 
Mass., was a daughter of Samuel Bailey and Sally (Trull) 
liailey. She married George Batts, May 28, 18 18. He was born 
April, 1796, probably at Saugus, Mass , ami died March 6, 1852. 
She died August 31, 1848, at Wakefield, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

986 Sally Maria, born July 30, 1820; married Joseph Cart- 

wright, November 30, 1843; died September 15, 
1846. Infant daughter, Ellen Maria, born Sep- 
tember 17, 1844; died September 21, 1844. 

987 Lydia William.s, born July 7, 1825 ; died July 3, 1850. 

988 George Orin, born July 7, 1829; married Louisa L. 

Allen, October, 1848; died May, 1851. One son. 



94 PAKt ONE. seventJi genekatfOn. 

989 Abby ICliza, born July 10, 1834, at South Reading; 
married Charles R. Maxim, March 19, 1863; <^''<-'<l 
May 28, 1889, Wakefield, Mass. Three children. 

- 600 - 

(From page 53.) 

PHINEAS BAILEY, born June 24, 1800, in Andover, 
Mass , was a son of Samuel Bailey and Sally (Trull) l^ailey. He 
married Eunice Mansfield, December 5, 1824, at South Reading, 
Mass. She was born at Lynnfield, Mass., November 19, 1802, 
and died April 30, 1873, at Oberlin, Ohio. He died April 25, 
1873, at Oberlin, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

990 Samuel, born September 21, 1825. (See page 127.) 
991 James, born October 27, 1827, at South Reading, 
Mass., married Eannie Marie White, August 7, 
1849. She was born June 14, 1827; no children. 
They live in Cleveland, Ohio. 

992 William, born August 15, 1829. (See page 128.) 

993 Eunice Eliza, born May i, 1832. (See page 129.) 

994 Clarinda, born October 4, 1834, in Andover ; lives in 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

995 Sarah Ellen, born July 3, 1837; died November 5, 

1852, at South Reading. 

996 John Calvin, born April 26, 1846, in South Reading, 

Mass; died November 11, 1862, at Oberlin, Ohio. 

-603- 

(From page 53.) 

RODERICK BAILEY, born January i, 1805, at Andover, 
Mass., was a son of Samuel Bailey and Sally (Trull) Bailey. He 
married Charlotte Peabody, April 15, 1827. She was born at 
Rutland, Vt., September 3, 1801, and died at Rice Lake, Wis., 
May 15, 1890. He died May 20, 1879, at Eau Galle, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

997 Hannah P., born April 30, 1828; died July 15, 1828. 

998 Andrew R,, born June 2, 1829; died October 27, 1829. 



1832. 


(See 


1835. 


(See 


1837. 


(See 


1842. 


(See 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 95 

999 James L., born October 9, 1831. (See page 130.) 

1000 Elias Peabody, born December 17, 

page 130.) 

1001 Walter Delmore, born December i, 

page 131.) 

1002 Alva Wyman, born December 15, 

page 131.) 

1003 Andrew Osmund, born October 15, 

page 132.) 

1004 Roderick Omar, born June 3, 1843, ^t Andover, Mass.; 

died April 11, 1862, at Eau Galle, Wis. 

-604- 

(.From page 53.) 

OMAR BAILEY, born September 4, 1806, in Andover, 
Mass , was a son of Samuel Bailey and Sally (Trull) Bailey. He 
married Clarissa Peabody, May 4, 1828, at Andover. She was 
born at Bedford, N. H., September 8, 1803, and died at Oberlin, 
Ohio, September 12, 1879. He moved from Andover to Oberlin, 
Ohio, in 1833. He died April 25, 1886, at Oberlin. 

CHILDREN. 

1005 Clarissa J., born December 22, 1828; died July, 1830. 

1006 George Benson, born December 22, 1830. (See 

page 132.) 

1007 Omar, born December 18, 1832. (Seepage 133.) 
1008 Otis, born December 18, 1832; died in infancy. 

-606- 

(From page 53.) 

CLARINDA BAILEY, born September 15, 1810, in An- 
dover, Mass., was a daughter of Samuel Bailey and Sally (Trull) 
Bailey. She married Edward Mansfield, July 11, 1837. He 
was born April 13, 1813, at Lynnfield, Mass. They lived at 
Wakefield, Mass. She died September 27, 1884, and he died 
November 16, 1898. 



96 I'AKT ONK. 



SF.VI'.NTll GKNICKATION. 



ClllI.nKEN. 

1009 Edward Augustus, born April 8, 1840, al Maiden, 

Mass.; died October 6, 1840. 

1010 Edward Galen, born July 20, 1842, at lirighton, Mass.; 

married Rebecca Stacy ]ireed ; died July 26, 1875 ; 
had three children. 

101 1 Horace Augustin, born October 12, 1844, at Reading, 

Mass.; married, August 22, 1870, Mrs. Clara Free- 
man ; died October 17, 1885. 

1012 Alfred Clarendon, born September 9, 1847, at South 

Reading ; died August 7, 1848, at same place. 

-607- 

(From page 54.) 

JOHN TRULL HAILKY, born July 12, 1812, at Andover, 
Mass., was a son of Samuel J^ailey and Sally (Trull) l^ailey. He 
married Orrilla Norcross, August 31, 1836, at Lowell, Mass. 
She was born March 17, 181 3, at Harre, Vt., and died Novem- 
ber 16, 1895, at West Andover, Mass. He died Lel)ruary 26, 
1888, in the West Parish, in Andover, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1013 Albert Norcross, born June 23, 1837; died July 24, 

<837. 
1014 l^dward Mansfield, born October 24, 1838. (See 

page 133.) 
1015 Sarah Frances, born March 12, 1840; died May 15, 

1871 ; lived in Andover, Mass. 
lOiC Caroline Augusta, born November 30, 1841; died 

November 30, 1865 ; lived in Andover. 

1017 I'^llen Maria, born March 9, 1843 ; lived on the old 

homestead in Andover. 

1018 John Thomas Kradish, born November 3, 1846, in 

Lowell ; married Sarah McKennon, August 23, 
1875; lived on the old homestead in Andover; 
no children. 

1019 Charlotte Eliza, born October 20, 1848 ; died August 

26, 1867; lived at Andover, Mass., and buried 
there in West Yard. 



JAMKS OF KOWLKV nKANCH. SEVKNTH GF.NKKATION. 97 

1020 Alpha Norcross, born May 30, 1854. (Sec page 134) 

-630- 

( From page 56.) 

KBRNKZER FOSTER BAILEY, born February 19, 1820, 
at Westmoreland, N. H., was a son of Ebcnezer Jiailey and 
Lucy (Goldsmith) liailey. He married Dorothy S. Kimball, at 
Fitchburg, Mass., June 4, 1846. He lives in Fitchburg, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1022 Ebenezer, born October 27, 1847. 

1023 Harrison, born July 12, 1849; a lawyer in F^itchburg. 
1024 William Kimball, born May 9, 1853. (See page 134.) 

1025 Anna Martha, born September 13, 1858. 

-632- 

(From page 56.) 

GOLDSMITH FOX HAILEY, born July 17, 1823, at 
Westmoreland, N. H., was a son of Ebenezer Hailcy and Lucy 
(Goldsmith) Bailey. He married Sophia F. Billings, December 
21, 1853, at Woodstock, Vt. She was born November 1, 1826. 
He died May 8, 1862, at Fitchburg, Mass. She died November 
9, 1895. 

CHILDREN. 

1026 Edward Goldsmith, born December 19, 1857, in Fitch- 

burg, Mass.; lives in New York City and is un- 
married. 

-632*- 

(From page 56.) 

SAMUEL SHEPARD BAILEY, born at Westmoreland, 
N. IL, March 24, 1813, was a son of Samuel Bailey and Cris.sana 
(Britton) Bailey. He married Mary Conant of Grafton, Vt., in 
1836. She was born November 17, 1818, at Grafton. He lived 
at Grafton, Vt. He died February 28, 1896, and she died May 
30, 1888. 



98 PART ONR. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CIIII.DKICN. 

1027 Marcia Amanda, born October 22, 183S, at (irafton, 

Vt.; married George Myron Taylor, October 16, 
i860 ; no children. 

-632^- 

(From page 56.) 

AMICLIA liAllAiV, born April 1 1, 1819, at Saxton's River, 
Vt., was a (laughter of Samuel liailey ami Crissana (liritton) 
liailcy. She married Cyrus Locke, September 30, 1841. Lives 
at Saxton's River, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1028 I'^lora Caroline, born May 28, 1843 '> married Ransom 

K. Smith. 

1029 h'oster liailey, born November 24, 1845; married 

Louisa Newcomb. 

-651- 

(From page 59.) 

WILLIAM HAILKY, born September 20, 1808, was a son 
of Col. William Railey and Rebecca ((iilson) Bailey. He mar- 
ried (irst, khoda Ames, June 19, 1831 ; second, Mrs. ILnnnah 
(Kendall) (Iriffin, daughter of Seneca Kendall. lie has three 
childieu, all by his first wife. 

CHILDREN. 

1030 Joshua Holt, born August 8, 1834; married Ann V. 

Merrill ; she died at Lowell, November 20, 1865. 
lie died September 30, 1887. 

1031 Sarah Elizabeth, born about 1836; married James 

Lstes, January 12, 1861. 

1032 Rebecca Gilson, born 1839; died November 12, 1886, 

of consumption. 

-662- 

(From page 59.) 

JOSIUMI HAILICY. born November 30, 1810, was a son of 
Col. William Hailey ami Rebecca (Gilson) Bailey of Andover, 



JAMES OP ROWLEY nRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 99 

Mass. He married Lucy liailey in 1836. She was a daughter 
of John Moor liailey of Andover, a descendant in the sixth gen- 
eration of Richard Bailey of Rowley. He was thrown from a 
wagon and killed in Tewksbury, Mass., July 21, 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

1033 Lucy A., born 1837 ; died August 19, 1837, aged four 

weeks. 

1034 Joseph O., born ; died in childhood. 

1035 Charles Henry, born 1841 ; lives in Lynn, Mass. 

1036 George Albert, born May 11, 1843; killed at Win- 

chester, Va., September 19, 1864; not married. 

1037 Mary Elizabeth, born December 17, 1845 ; married 

Andrew D. Hazelton, December 17, 1866. 

1038 Lucy Elvira, born 1849; married Henry Edwards, as 

his second wife, January 20, 1873; lives in An- 
dover, Mass. 

1039 Joseph Warren, born September 9, 1850. 

1040 Moses Edwin, born September 14, 1851 ; lives in 

Lynn. 

1041 Hiram Francis, born May 23, 1853 ; has one son. 

1042 Melissa Roselia, born September 18, 1857; married 

Charles H. Newton, November 24, 1875 ; ''^^s in 
Andover ; has one son. 

-655- 

(From page 59.) 

SAMUEL GILSON BAILEV, born June 18, 1815, was a 
son of Col. William Bailey and Rebecca (Gilson) Bailey of 
Andover, Mass. He married first, Clarissa Needham, Novem 
ber 29, 1842. She died August 23, 1852. He married second, 
Abigail Hardy. He has six children, all by his first wife. He 
lives in Andover, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1043 Clarissa Rebecca, born October 8, 1843 ; married first, 

Gayton O. Ames, as his second wife, January 21, 
1874; second, George Fitzgerald. 



lOO I'ART ONE. SKVKNTII GENKRATION. 

1044 Lucretia Ann, born March 28, 1845. 

1045 Mary Louisa, born December 5, 1846; died Novem 

her 15, 1856. 
1046 Samuel Henry, born September 11, 1848. (See 
P-'^Se 135.) 

1047 KIbridge Gerry, born May 3, [852; died September 

3, 1852. 

1048 Julia Faulkner, born October 17, 1856; married 

Frank Au<;ustu.s Fitzgerald of 'I'ewksbury, Mass.j 
October 21, 1874. 

-666- 

(From page 59.) 

TIMOTHY HAILKY. born November 29, 1812, was a son 
of Timothy iiailey and Henrietta (Blood) l^ailey. He married 
Lucy Ann Stevens. He died November 18, 1851, of consump- 
tion She died April 26, 1856, also of consumption. 

CIIILDKKN. 

1049 James Henry, born July 24, 1843 '. broke his leg at 

i'"ort Albany and died September 14, 1861. 

1050 Charles \V., born November 21, 1845; was a soldier 

in Montana. 

1051 Lucy Ann, born June 9, 1849; died 

1052 (ieorge Otis, born February 2, 1851 ; died Septem. 

ber 2O, 1853. 

-666- 

(From page 60.) 

T1II':RI-:SA MATU.DA J^AHJ':Y, bom April 19,1796, 
was ;i daughter of ICnoch Hailey and Deborah (Childs) l^ailey 
of Hardwick, Yt. She married first, a Mr. Ward and second, a 
Mr. Smilli. Her second husband was engaged in the wholesale 
carpel business in New York city. She died in i86l. 

cniLDKKN. 

1053 Charles Wand, born 



JAMES OF KOWLKY BRANCH. SK.VICNTH G EN l".K ATION. lOI 

- 667- 

(From page 60.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born October 13, 1797, was a son of 
Enoch liailey and Deborah (Chikls) liailey of Hardwick, Vt. 
He married first, Martha, daughter of Enoch ami Mannah 
(Hoycc) Shurtleff about 1830. lie married second, Mary G. 
Carleton. He lived first, at Hardwick, Vt., and afterwards at 
Manchester, N. H. He had five children, all by his first wife, 

CHILDREN. 

1054 Caroline Eliza, born March 6, 1831. (See page 135.) 

1055 Theresa Matilda, born March 14, 1833. (See 

page 136) 

1056 Christiana June, born August 10, 1835. 

1057 Lewis Hamilton, born December 6, 1837. 

1058 Adelaide Augusta, born March 4, 1840. (See 
page 136.) 

-672- 

( From page 60.) 

LIlWIS HAMILTON RAILI':Y, born April 24, 1809, was 
a son of iCnoch liailey and Susanna (Hangs) Haiky of Hardwick, 
Vt. He married . He lives in California. 

chii.I)Ri:n. 

1059 Lewis Hamilton, born ; lives in California. 

1060 ICliza, born ; died 

-673- 

( From page 60. ) 

CHARLES STEWART liAILEY,- born November 26, 
1811, was a son of I^noch iiailey and Susanna (Hangs) Hailcy of 
Hardwick, Vt. He married and lives in Cali- 

fornia. 

CHILDREN. 

1061 Calvin Porter 
ro62 Willartl 

1063 Eliza 



102 PART ONE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-674- 

( From page 60.) 

HARRIET NEWELL BAILPLY, born February 10, 
1 81 5, was a daughter of Enoch Bailey and Susanna (Bangs) 
Bailey of Hardwick, Vt. She married Rawson Smith and lived 
in Cabot, Vt. She died October 24, 1846. 

CHILDREN. 

1064 Harriet Eliza, born ; died young. 

1065 Eliza, born ; married Mr. Scoffin, and 

lives in Wyoming. 

1066 l<>ederick, born ; died young. 

-675 - 

(From page 60.) 

I-KEDERICK ELLSWORTH BAILEY, born Novem- 
ber 19, 1817, was a son of Enoch Bailey and Susanna (Bangs) 
Bailey of Hardwick, Vt. He married Mary Stewart of Hard- 
wick and removed to Santa Cruz, Cal. He is a doctor. 

CHILDREN. 

1067 Fannie, born ; married a Mr. Bitting. - 

1068 Alexander, born 

1069 Mary, born ; married a Mr. Coffee. 

-676- 

(From page 60.) 

I-:N()CII henry bailey, bom December 20, 1820, 
was a son of ICnoch Bailey and Susanna (Bangs) Bailey of 
Hardwick, Vt. He married Anianda and lives in 

California. 

CHILDREN. 

1070 Abigail May, born . (Seepage 136.) 

107 1 Edward, born 

1072 Lorain, born 

1073 Jennie, born 



JAMKS OF KOWLKY BRANCH. SlCVliNTII (il'.N l':i<A IION. I03 

-677- 

(From page 60.) 

LKVI PARSONS liAILEY, born May lo. 1823, was a 
son of Enoch Bailey and Susanna (Bangs) Bailey of 1 lard wick, 
Vt. He married first, soon after 1850, Phebe S. Lippitt. She 
died about two years after their marriage. He married 
second, Dell Louisa Shumway, September 11, 1856. She was 
born July 21, 1825. They lived at Delavan, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

1074 Phebe Louisa, born May 28, i860. Lives at Dela 

van, Wis. 

-680- 

(From page 61.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born November 7, 1805, was a son 
of Whitefield Bailey and Sally (liailey) Bailey of Hardwick, Vt. 
He married first, Serepta Gushing, June 2, 1833. lie lived at 
Hardwick, Vt., and at Greensboro, Vt. tie married second, 
Mrs. Mary Ward Ladd, October 10, 1843. He died May 10, 
1862. He had two children by his first wife, and one by his 
second wife. 

CHILDREN. 

1075 Betsey Gushing, born December 27, 1834, at Greens- 

boro, Vt.; married William D. Bronson, July 2-j, 
1854; died at Hardwick, Vt , October 24, 1855. 
1076 Hannah Louisa, born April 16, 1838, at Greensboro, 

Vt. (See page 137.) 
1077 Martha Page, born August 4, 1844, at Greensboro, 
Vt.; married September 4, 1871, Gharles Cook; 
died at Portland, Me., June 18, 1884; had five 
children. 

-683- 

(From page 61.) 

i>UCY BAILEY, born February 24, 1813, was a daugliter 
of Whitefield Jiailey and Sally (liailey) Bailey of Hardwick, Vt. 



104 I'AKT ONK. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

She married first, June 7, 1837, Luke Cobb; second, October 
19, 1842, Israel T. l'\irrar. She lived at Walden, Vt., and at 
liardwick, Vt. She died June 22, 1881. 

CHILDREN. 

1078 George Whitefield, born 1838. 

1079 Florilla, born 

1080 Lucina, born 

-684- 

(From page 61.) 

KIAII HAILKY, born May 14, 1 818, was a .son of White- 
field Bailey and Sally (Bailey) liailey of liardwick, Vl. He 
inanicd l^iidy Ward, March 14, 1838, and lived at liardwick, 
Vt., and at Delavan, Wis. He died March 23, 1890. 

CHILDREN. 

1081 Almira Mariah, born February 2, 1843, ^^ Hardwick ; 

married June 2, 1861, Charles Herbert Hurdick ; 
died July 29, 1885 ; had children. 

1082 -Sarah Jane, born February 7, 1846, at Walworth, 

Wis.; died September 10, 1846. 

1083 Kmily Ann, born December 15, 1847, at Walworth ; 

died March 16, 1866. 

1084 Kiah Whitefield, born October 25, 1851, at Walworth ; 

died September 24, 1854. 

1085 Jessie Lettia, born January 5, 1857; marrietl first, 

November 4, 1875, Benton M. McBride ; second, 
November 26, 1896, Seth D. Brewer; lives at 
Alden, 111. 

-685- 

(From page 61.) 

ICZIOKIKL VV1':BSTER BAILF:Y, born March 29, 1820, 
was a son of Whitefield Bailey and Sally (Bailey) liailcyof liard- 
wick. Vt. lie marrietl Rebecca Hildreth Johnson at Dunstable, 
Mass., March 25, 1851. She was born September 25, 1820. He 
lived at Hardwick, Vt., at Natick, Mass., and at Grinnell, low^. 
He died August 21, 1896. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY nUANCll. SEVENTH GENERATION. 10$ 

CHILDREN. 

1086 Leslie May, born August 28, 1854, at Natick, Mass.; 

died March 28, 1857. 
1087 Eugene Webster, born July 13, i860, at Natick, 
Mass. (See page 137.) 

1088 Sarah Frances, born May 21, 1863, ^t Natick, Mass.; 

lives at Grinnell, la. 

1089 Bessie Marion, born March 6, 1866, at Natick, Mass.; 

married George A. Cook, October 16, 1889. He 
was born July 7, 1854, at Warrensburg, Mo. She 
lives at Sedalia, Mo., and has children. 

-687- 

(From page 61.) 

HARVEY BAILEY, born October 8, 1824, was a son of 
Whitefield Bailey and Sally (Bailey) Bailey of Hardwick, Vt. 
He married Sarah Jane Field, October 7, 1850. He lived at 
Hardwick, Vt. He died February 21, 1897. 

CHILDREN. 

1090 George Whitefield, born July 27, 1854. (See page 137.) 

1091 Fanny Alice, born October 27, 1865, at Hardwick, 

Vt., and died there August 12, 1880. 

-689- 

(From page 61.) 

JOHN GRAVES BAILEY, born November 11, 1832, was 
a son of Whitefield Bailey and F^anny (Graves) Bailey. He 
married first, Rogene A. Scott, February 17, 1863. He married 
second, Mary E. Bean, October 3, 187 1. He lives at Silver 
Springs, Ark. He has two children by his first wife and two by 
his second. 

CHILDREN. 

1092 Warren Scott, born January 13, 1864, at Hyde Park, 

Vt.; died there May 2, 1865. 

1093 Fanny Graves, born February 4, 1866, at Hyde Park, 

Vt.j died October 19, 1873, at Windsor, Mo. 



I06 PART ONE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1094 Rogene Scott, born December 28, 1873, ^^ Windsor, 

Mo.; died January 29, 1890, at Rogers, Ark. 

1095 Margaret Currier, born May i, 1877, at Windsor, 

Mo.; lives at Silver Springs, Ark. 

-694- 

(From page 62.) 

WARD S. I5AILEY, born February 17, 1818, was a son of 
Ward Hailcy and Judith (Hall) Bailey of liardwick, Vt. lie 
married a Mrs. Parker. 

CHILDREN. 

1096 Walter II., born ; lives at Peacham, 

Vermont. 

1097 Grace, born ; married a Mr. Goodrich ; 

lives at Hardwick, Vt. 

1098 Katherine, born ; married a Mr. 

Drury ; lives at Amherst, Mass. 

-694a- 

(From page 62.) 

JACOB LOOM IS BAILEY, born February 19, 1823, was 
a son of Ward Bailey and Judith (Hall) Bailey of llanlwick, Vt. 
He married Helen Willson. He lives in Cambridge. Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1099 Samuel Ward, born January 2, 1850; lives in Cam- 

bridge, Mass. 
1 100 William Silas, born August 24, 1857. (See page 138.) 

-700- 

(From page 63.) 31b' 

MARY BAILICY, born 1805, was a daughter of Luther 
Bailey and Betsey (Abercrombie) Bailey of Troy, Vt. She mar- 
ried John Hammond. 

CHILDREN. 

Iior Minerva, born ; married Simpson 

Hammond. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. IO7 

1 102 Emmaroy, born ; married Murray 

Smith. 

-701- 

(From page 63.) 

HIRAM BAILEY, born in Kmgsey, P. Q., November 26, 
1807, was a son of Luther Bailey and l^etsey (Abercrombie) 
Bailey of Troy, Vt. He was a carpenter and lived in Manches- 
ter, N. H. He married Elizabeth Lyon, October 20, 1836. 
She was a daughter of Lemuel Lyon and Thankful (Damon) 
Lyon of Needham, Mass. Children were born in Manches- 
ter, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1 103 Henrietta Thankful, born 1837; married Frederic 

Corning Thompson, and lives in New York city. 

1 104 Helen Arvesta, born November 10, 1839. 

1 105 Mary Alma, born January 5, 1844; married John A. 

Adams ; has one child. 
1 106 Edward Lyon, born December 10, 1841. (See 
page 138.) 
i'i07 Ella Frances, born May 12, 1846. 
r 108 Emma, born ; died young. 

1 109 Anna, born ; died young. 

1 1 10 Margaret, born ; died young. 
1111 Jennie F., born September 8, 1856. (See page 138.) 

-702- 

(From page 63.) 

l^ETSEY BAILEY, born November 4, 1809, was a daugh- 
ter of Luther Bailey and Betsey (Abercrombie) Bailey of Troy, 
Vt. She married Harvey Elkins, 

CHILDREN. 

1 1 12 Ann Alice, born 

1 113 Harvey Scott, born 

1 1 14 Arabella, born 

1 1 15 Hattie Jane, born 

1 116 William R., born 



I08 PART ONE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-704- 

(From page 63.) 

ALVIRA BAILEY, born February, 1815, was a daughter 
of Luther Hailey and Betsey (Abercronibie) Bailey of Troy, Vl. 
She married Joseph Hadlock. 

CHILDREN. 

T 1 17 (Prison, born 
1 1 18 Arvesta, born 

-706- 

(From page 63). 

HEATON BAILEY, born in Troy, Vt, January 17, 1817, 
was a son of Luther liailey and Betsey (Abercronibie) Bailey 
of Troy, Vt. He is a carpenter and now lives in West Newton, 
Mass. His married life was spent in Lawrence, Mass. He 
married Lavinia T. Rowe of Hooksett, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1119 Oscar Silas Wri<^ht, born December 24, 1847. (.See 
page 138.) 

1120 Arvesta Jane, born December 28, 1849; married 

Charles A. Lyon and lives in Lawrence, Mass. 

1 121 George Washington, born I'Y'bruary 12, i(S5i. 

1122 Isabella Agnes, born May 25, 1S53; lives in Law- 

rence, Mass. 
1 123 lleaton, born December 25, 1854. (See page 139 ) 
1 124 Arthur Austin, born April 4, 1857. (See i)age 139.) 

-706- 

(From page 63.) 

LEVI P. BAILEY, bf^rn in Troy, Vt., January 21, 18 19, was 
a son of Luther Bailey and Betsey (Abercronibie) Bailey. He 
was a stone mason and lived in Lawrence, Mass., where his 
children were born. He removed to Lyndeboro, N. H., where 
he died. He married Hannah Morse. He died April 1, 1895. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. lOQ 

CHILDREN. 

1 125 William, born July 4, 1841 ; died January 20, 1882. 
1 126 Marcus, born (October 14, 1842. (See page 139.) 
1 127 Charles, born December 15, 1844. (See page 140.) 
I 128 Amanda, born March 31, 1847. (See page 140.) 
1129 Alonzo, born February 15, 1849; married Sarah 

Woodard ; lives in Lyndeboro, N. H. 
1130 Hiram, born April 18, 1851. (Seepage 140) 
1 131 lulward, born August 3, 1855 ; married Mary J. Man- 
ahan ; lives at Lyndeboro, N. H. 

-707- 

(From page 63.) 

CHARLES V. BAILICY, born in Jay, Vt., January 12, 
1821, was a son of Luther Bailey and Betsey (Abercrombie) 
liailey. He was a carpenter and lived in Troy, Vt. He mar- 
ried Sarah Dean. He died at Fortress Monroe from wounds 
received at Lee's Mills, May i, 1862. Children were born in 
Troy, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1 132 Floretta A., born November 15, 1847. (See page 140.) 

1 133 I'-ll^ ]■> born September 3, 1849. (See page 141.) 

1 134 Charles M , born March 4, 1852. (See page 141.) 

1135 iMiima D., born February 26, 1854. (See page 141.) 

1 136 Walter F., born June 29, 1856. (See i)age 142.) 

1137 Clara S., born September 1 1, 1858. (See page 142.) 

-708- 

(From page 63.) 

CHANDLER BAHJ-.Y, born December 4, 1824, at Jay 
Vt., was a son of Luther Bailey and Betsey (Abercrombie) 
Bailey. He married first, Elizabeth Ward ; second, Delia East- 
man. He is a carpenter and lives in North Troy, Vt. His 
children were born in Lawrence, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1 138 Eugene, born December 16, 1847; married Julia 
Berry ; no children. 



no PART ONE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1 139 Melvena, born October ii, 1851. (See page [42.) 

1 140 Fred, born 

1 141 Walter, born 

-744- 

(From page 66.) 

MOSKS BAILEY, born January 8, 1821, in Troy, Vt.. 
was a son of Jonathan B. Bailey and Hannah (Dufer) liailey. 
He was a farmer. He married Abigail Shattuck and went West. 



CHILDREN. 



1 142 Myra, born 

1143 Orrin, born 

1 144 Byron, born 

1 145 Lewis, born 

1 1 46 Morris, born 

1 147 Elmer, born 

1 148 Frank, born 



-748- 

(From page 66.) 



CURTLS l^AILEY, born February 17, 1830, in Troy, Vt., 
was a son of Jonathan B. Bailey and Hannah (Dufer) Bailey. 
He married Lavinia Whitney. He removed to North Amherst, 
Ohio, where he now lives. 

CHILDREN, 

1 149 Ida, born January 10, 1853 ; married Horace Seclcy. 

1150 lulna, born December 11, 1857; married F. M. Lewis. 

1151 I'lorencc, born January 27, 1869; married H. W. 

Pratt. 
1 152 Warren, born August 7, 1872. (See page 142.) 

-749- 

(From page 66.) 

JONATHAN liAILEY, born July 24, 1832, in Troy, Vt., 
was a son of Jonathan B. Bailey and Hannah (Dufer) Bailey. 
He married Mary Taft, and went West. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. Ill 

CHILDREN. 

1 153 Orrin, born 

1 154 Ira, born 

1 155 Alta, born 

-750- 

(From page 66.) 

EDWARD BAILEY, born May 10, 1835, 'n Troy, Vt., was 
a son of Jonathan B. Bailey and Hannah (Dufer) Bailey. He 
married Sarah Davis and went West. 

CHILDREN. 

1 156 Allen, born 

1 1 57 limma, born 

-753- 

(From page 66.) 

HARRY BAILEY, born May 14, 1846, in Troy, Vt., was 
a son of Jonathan B. Bailey and Hannah (Dufer) Bailey. He 
married Sarah Squiers, and went West. 



CHILDREN. 



1 1 58 Carl, born 

1 159 Cora, born 

1 160 Roy, born 

1 161 Elva, born 

1 162 Jessie, born 



-756- 

(From page 66.) 



MARIETTA liAILEY, born , in Troy, Vt., 

was a daughter of Ira Allen liailey and Susan (Chamberlin) 
Bailey of Troy, Vt. She married William R. Elkins. Lives 
in Troy, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1163 Philip, born 

1 164 Bessie, born 

1 165 Winifred, born 

1166 Harriet, born 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-757- 

(From page 68.) 

WILLIAM C. BAILEY, born 1820, was a son of Martin 
Bailey and (Bailey) Bailey. He married first, a Miss 

Shaver, and second, a Miss Bailey. He died in 1894. He had 
one child by his first wife and two by second wife. The two 
given are by second wife. 

CJULDKEN. 

1 167 Effie, born 

1 168 Hetty, born 

-758- 

(From page 68.) 

LUCY ANN BAILEY, born in 1822, was a daucrhter of 
Martin Bailey and (Bailey) Bailey. She married Dr. 

Easton of Prescott, Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

1 169 Henry, born 

1 170 John, born 

1 171 Helen, born 

1 172 William, born 

1 173 Lelia, born 

-769- 

(From page 68.) 

MARGARICT liAILEY, born , was a 

daughter of Martin Bailey and (Bailey) Jiailey. She mar- 

ried William Doran ot Iroquoi.s, Canada. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. II3 

CHILDREN. 

174 Susan, born 

175 Florence, born 

176 William, born 

177 Mary Gregor, born 

178 Arthur, born 

179 Margaret, born 

180 Leonard, born 

181 Edwin, born 

-760- 

(From page 68.) 

HESTER M. BAILEY, born , was a daughter 

of Martin Bailey and (Bailey) Bailey. She married a Mr. 

Colquhoun of Cornwall, Canada. She died September 2, 1898. 

CHILDREN. 

1 182 Elizabeth Ann, born August 21, 1852; died April 18, 

1893, at Denver. 

1 183 Mary Robina, born F"ebruary 12, 1863 ; married a Mr. 

Colquhoun; died February, 1894, at Toronto; no 
children. 

1 184 William Edwin, born April 3, 1865 ; died March 16, 

1888, at Toronto. 

1185 Frances Bertha, born January 16, 1870. 

1 186 Margaret liarbara, born ; died young. 

1 187 Isabella, born 

1 188 Robert, born 

1 1 89 Hester Bailey, born 

1190 Walter Sutherland, born 

-774- 

(From page 69.) 

WILLIAM WILSON BAILEY, born October 24. 1836, 
was a son of Arad Bailey and Joan (Wilson) Bailey of Water- 
town, Mass. He married Julia Vernon of Washington, D. C, 
December 18, 1865. She died April 29, 1873. He died April 
25, 1873- 



114 I'AKT ONIC. KKilllll ( . IvN i:i< ATION. 

CHILDREN. 

1 191 Lucy Rose, born June 4, 1867. 

1192 William Wilson, born January 16, 1872; died May 

27, 1873. 

-778- 

(From page 70.) 

CLARISSA ANN 15AILKY, born December 27, 1844, 
was a dauf^hter of Arad liailey and Joan (Wilson) liailey of 
Watertown, Mass. She married John E. Sylvester, September 
II, 187 1. She lives in Somerville, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1193 John Percival, born February 24, 1874. 

1194 Amy Hailey, born November 20, 1876. 

-851- 

(From pa.i;e 78.) 

M<ANCI<:S ANN liAILKY, born December 17, 1828, 
was a dau!.;hter of Orson Railey and Eliza (Wheelock) J^ailey of 
Uolton, Mass. She married, December 5, 1848, John Augustus 
Waters, born March 25, 1825, son of George Washington 
Waters and grandson of Rev. Cornelius Waters of Ashby, 
Mass., and his wife, Sybil Gardiner of Brookline, Mass. They 
live in Hoston, Mass. He has retired from active business. 

CHILDREN. 

1 195 Orson Bailey, born February 8, 1853; died May 

10, 1879. 

-852- 

(From page 78.) 

JULIA ANN BAILEY, born in 1834, was a daughter of 
Dexter Bailey and Betsey B. (Woodbury) Bailey of Bolton, 
Mass. She married March 2, 1857, Francis M. Woodbury. 
She died April 4, 1897. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. I15 

CHILDREN. 

1 196 Francis Bailey, born ; is a dru^^ist. 

1 197 Frederick Austin, born July 23, 1S65 ; lives in Bol- 

ton, Mass. 

-861- 

(From page 79.) 

MARTHA A. W. BAILEY, born April 23, 1827, was a 
daughter of Samuel Hazen liailey and Mary (Hart) l^ailey of 
Lunenburg, Mass. She married Charles A. Goodrich, Decem- 
ber 10, 1850. 

CHILDREN. 

1198 Charles Edwin, born August 8, 1853. 

1 199 Addle Elizabeth, born May 4, 1858. 

-862- 

(From page 79.) 

MARY ELIZABETH BAILEY, born August 30, 1842, 
was a daughter of Samuel Hazen Bailey and Mary (Hart) Bailey 
of Lunenburg, Mass. She married William II. Boynton. 

CHILDREN. 

1200 Belle M., born 

1 201 Martha Estelle, born 

-863- 

(From page 79. ) 

GEORGE H. BAILEY, born December i, 1833, at Towns, 
end, Mass., was a son of John Little Bailey and Mary V. (Cow. 
din) Ikiley. He married Ellen A. Eaton of Fitchburg, Mass., 
January i, 1857, who died at Fitchburg, April 10, 1867. He 
enlisted in the Union Army as first sergeant, Company A, 53rd 
Massachusetts Regiment. He was mortally wounded at Port 
Hudson, La., May 25, 1863, and died of his wounds two days 
later. Only ten days before his death, he had been commis- 
sioned captain of his company. He was a brave officer, and 
beloved by all. His remains are interred at Fitchburg. 



Il6 I'AKT ONE. 1:I(;HTI1 (IKNEKATION. 

CHILDKEN. 

1202 Carrie I., born December 23, 1857, married at Fitch- 

burg, January 3, 1879, Albert P. Knapp ; lives at 
Hyde Park, Mass. 

1203 Charles Eaton, born August 16, i860. 

-869- 

(From page 80.) 

GEORGE J. BAILKY, born October 14, 1853. ^t West- 
ford, Mass., was a son of Joseph l^ailey and Mary (Baker) 
Bailey. He married Harriet Brest of Cherry Valley, Mass., 
December 30, 1880. She was born October 17, 1854. They 
live at Stafford Springs, Conn. 

CIIILDKEN. 

1204 Ethel ICliza, born October 7, 1882. 

1205 y\lice Rebecca, born August 10, 1887. 

-874- 

(From page Si.) 

AMASA P. J^AUJ^Y, born December 16, 1828, was a son 
of Oliver Bailey and Judith (Howe) liailcy. He married Abbie 
S. Wise of Philadelphia. He died September 26, 1890. 

CniLDKliN. 

1206 Grace Wise, born C^ctober i, 1869. 

1207 Mary Abbie, born June 24, 1872 ; died December 2;^, 

1876. 

1208 Vernon Howe, born April, 1874. 

1209 Myrtis Ccrellia, born July 5, 1878. 

1210 Alma Janet, born May 15, 1882. 

121 1 Ruby Augusta, born September 24, 1885. 

-876- 

( From page 8r.) 

HANNAH ELIZA1U^:TH JiAH^EY, born .September 26, 
1838, was a (laughter of Oliver Bailey and Judith (Howe) liailey. 
She married Joseph 1). Dodge of Hamilton, Mas.s. She lives in 
Rowley, Mass. ' ^ 



JAMKS 0|- ROWLEY nUANClI. KKillTll OENKKATION. 11/ 

CIIILDKEN. 

1 2 12 Paul Abbott, born 

-877- 

(From page 8i.) 

EBEN HOWE BAILEY, born September 24, 1843, was a 
son of Oliver Bailey and Judith (Howe) Bailey. He married 
first, Amy C. Bailey of Rowley, Mass. (See No. 895.) She 
died in 1880. He married second, Emma Hunt of Clinton, 
Mass. He lives in Boston, Mass. He is a composer and teacher 
of music. He was elected president of the Bailey-Bayley P'amily 
Association in 1897. He has one child by his first wife. 

CHILDREN. 

1213 Harry Eugene, born November 3, 1866; married 

September 5, 1894, Grace Norwood of Ipswich. 
He is engaged in business in Boston. 

-880- 

(From page 81.) 

SAMUEL R. BAILEY, born in 1842, was a son of Samuel 
G. 1-iailey and Eliza (Thomas) liailey. He married Helen Marl)le. 

CHILDREN. 

1 214 Charlotte Thomas, born 

12 1 5 Edwin W. Marble, born 1863 ; married Lydia Crowell, 

1 891 ; has two children, Helen, born 1892, and 
Samuel R., born 1894. 

-884- 

(From page 82.) 

WILLIAM H. BAILEY, born December 4, 1840, was a 

son of David Bailey and Almira (Pickett) Bailey. He married 

Emma Frances Dwinell in 1865. ^^ died June 12, 1867, of 
disease contracted in the army. 

CHILDREN. 

1216 John Henry, born June, 1866; died 1881. 

1217 William PLlbridge, born October 11, 1867. (Sec 
page 144.) 



Il8 PART ONE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-885- 

(From page 82.) 

l^KNJAMIN PICKETT BAILEY, born January 16, 1843, 
was a son of David Bailey and Almira (Pickett) lUilcy. He 
married VA\z:\ J. McPIlroy at Salem, Mass., in 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

1218 Charles B., born November 17, 1869, at Marietta, 

Ohio. 

1219 Clifford, born December 29, 1874, ^^ Marietta, Ohio. 

-886- 

(From page 82.) 

CHARLES KENDALL liAH.EY, born July 22. 1844, 
was a son of David liailey and Almira (Pickett) l^ailey. lie 
marrietl Georgiana Grey, at Salem, Mass., m 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

1220 Charles Addison, born July 18, 1870, at Peabody, 

Massachusetts. 

1221 Henry Carl, born August 27, 1877, at Peabody, Mass.; 

died 1890. 

1222 George Burns, born April 15, 1880. 

1223 Eva Maria, born March, 1884. 

-887- 

(From page 82.) 

DAVH) BAnJ":Y, born May 29, 1848, was a son of David 
Bailey and Almira (I'ickett) liailey. He married Caroline A. 
I^'erguson, in 1868, at Salem, Mass. 

chili)Ri:n. 

1224 William Henry, born July 10, 1868, at Danvcrs, 

Mass.; married Alice L. Richardson, in 1891. 

1225 Lilian Ferguson, born November 8, 1871, at Peabody, 

Masssachusetts. 

1226 Carrie Ellen, born March 20, 1880, at Peabody, Mass. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. I IQ 

-889- 

(From page 82.) 

FRANKIJN PIERCE BAILEY, born May 23, 1852, was 
a son of David Bailey and Almira (Pickett) Bailey. He married 
Sarah liarbour at Peabody, Mass., in 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

1227 Florence, born 1879. 

1228 Abner K., born 1880. 

1229 Helen E., born 1882. 

-895- 

(From page 83.) 

AMY C. BAILEY, born in 1845, was a daughter of Ezekiel 
Bailey and Caroline (Blackington) Bailey. She marri,ed Ebcn H. 
Bailey. (See No. 877). She died in 1880. 

CHILDREN. 

(See page 117). 

-896- 

(From page 83.) 

ABBIP: V. BAILEY, born in 1847, was a daughter of 
Ezekiel liailey and Caroline (lilackington) Bailey. She married 
Milton Ellsworth of Rowley, Mass. They live in Rowley. She 
is a member of the liailey-Bayley Family Association and one of 
the compilers of this book. 

CHILDREN. 

1230 Winifred, born 1866; married Justin F". White of 

Georgetown, November 17, 1896. 

-914- 

(From page 85.) 

WILLARD LEIGHTON BAILEY, born November 24, 
1862, was a son of Frederic Bailey and Kate (Janvrin) Bailey of 
Rowley, Mass. He married Henrietta Cummings, December 8, 
1892. She was a daughter of Charles L. and Elizabeth Cum- 
mings and was born in Lowell, Me., in 1868. 



I20 FART ONE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

1231 Catherine Elizabeth, born October 11, 1893. 
1332 Natalie Cummings, born September 27, 1896. 

1233 Edna Josephine, born August 6, 1898. 

-915- 

(From page 85.) 

]<:MMA LINCOLN BAILEY, born April 29, 1865, was a 
(laughter of Frederic Hailey and Kate (Janvrin) Bailey of Rowley, 
Mass. She married Charles Moses Bradstreet, June 23, 1887. 
She lives in Ikidgeport, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

1234 Harold Bailey, born May 4, 1888. 

1235 George Frank, born June 3, 1891. 

-917- 

(From page 85.) 

FORREST BAILEY, born August 11, 1856, was a son of 
Henry Bailey and Margaret (Johnson) Bailey of Rowley, Mass. 
He married Martha E. Berry of Reading, Mass., February 15, 
1 88 1. He lives in Georgetown, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1236 William E., born December 2, 1881. 

1237 Frank ¥., born May 5, 1884. 

1238 Henry ¥., born April 21, 1886. 

1239 Lizzie G., born November 8, 1887. 

1240 Charles S., born February 20, 1890. 

-919- 

(From page 86 ) 

ALBERT EDWARD BAIL1':Y, born January 19, 1861. 
was a son of Edward liailey and Martha (Pcckhani) l^ailey. He 
married Lucy Lauriat of Medford, Mass., December 25, 1889, 
She was a daughter of C. P. Lauriat and Mary (Hosmer) 
Lauriat and was born February 3, 1866. They live in Rowley, 
Masssachusetts. 



JAMKS OK ROWLEY URANCH. KKIIITII GIINEKATION. 121 

CHILDREN. 

1241 Lauriat, born August 19, 1891 ; died February 16, 

1892. 

1242 Beatrice, born February 20, 1894. 

-921- 

(From page 86.) 

GEORGE GUY BAILEY, born March 14, 1864, was a son 
of Edward Bailey and Martha (Peckham) Bailey of Rowley, 
Mass. He married Grace Foster Damon of Ipswich, June 6, 
1894. She was a daughter of Curtis and Annie Damon. He is 
a doctor and lives in Rowley. 

CHILDREN. 

1243 Annie Foster, born April 12, 1896. 

1244 Martha Peckham, born July 5, 1897. 

-938- 

(From page 87.) 

CHARLICS B. BAILEY, born May 14, 1843, in Pemaquid, 
Me., was a son of Samuel C. Bailey and Margaret H. (Little) 
Bailey of Pemaquid, Me. He married Eva A. Bowman in New 
York, August 4, 1875. She died August 16, 1880. He died 
November $, 1884. 

CHILDREN. 

1245 Charles S., born about 1878; lives in Pemaquid, Me. 

-940- 

(From page 88.) 

EDWIN E. BAILEY, born December 22, 1850, was a son 
of Samuel C. Bailey and Margaret H. (Little) Bailey of Pema- 
cjuid. Me. He married Deborah F. Ozier, July 30, 1876. She 
died March 16, 1880. She was born at New Harbor, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

1246 Lyman E. Bailey, born about 1878, at New Harbor, 

Maine. 

10 



122 TAUT ONE. EIGU'lll C.F.NEKATION. 

-942- 

(From page 88.) 

NiaTII<: J<\ liAILEY, born February ii, 1856, in I'cma- 
quid, Me., was a daughter of Samuel C. liailey and Margaret 11. 
(Little) liailey. She married Edwin L. l^arker of lirist(jl, Me., 
October 24, 1874, at Bristol. He wa.'^ born Kebruary 21, 1849, 
at Bristol. They lived at Bristol and afterwards at Hath, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

1247 Frank A., born about 1876. 

-943- 

(From page 88.) 

AGNES BAILEY, born February 25, 1843, at Springfield, 
N. H., was a daughter of John l^ailey and I^liza Ann (Nichols) 
Bailey. She married Ste[)hen Alden Tracy at Lebanon, N. II., 
October 31, 1865. He was born at Cornish, N. II., October 31, 

1833. 

CHILDREN. 

1248 Franklin Bliss, born October 15, 1866. 

1249 l^mily Norris, born September 12, 1868. 

1250 I'^elyn Agnes, born October 2, 1870. 

1251 Charles Alden, born November 16, 1872, at Cornish, 

N. H. He is princii)al of the High School at 
Middletovvn Springs, Vt., acting pastor of a church 
at East Poultney, Vt., and is preparing to enter 
the Theological Seminary at Andover, Mass. 

1252 I'^llen Nancy, born May 8, 1875. 

1253 William Bailey, born October 24, 1877. 

1254 Sarah Eliza, born Aj^ril 20, 1881. 

-963- 

(From page 91.) 

JAMES ROGERS BAILEY, born September z-j, 1836, at 
Andover, Mass., was a son of James liiiley and Abigail F. 
(Rogers) Bailey. He married first, Mrs. Catherine C. (Blanch- 
ficld) Magoun of Marblehead, Mass., December 8, 1866; second, 



JAMES OF ROWLEV BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. I23 

Laura A. Davis of Mt. Vernon, Me., September 26, 1888. lie 
has three children all by his first wife. He lives in Lawrence, 
Massachusetts. 

CHILDREN. 

1255 James R., born October 23, 1868; lives in Lawrence, 

Massachusetts. 

1256 Henry Blanchfield, born June 5, 1870; served on the 

U. S. Cruiser Brooklyn at the naval battle off 
Santiago, July 4, 1898. 

1257 Mary Abigail, born March 30, 1877. 

-964- 

(From page 91.) 

CHARLES WALTER BAILEY, born November 13, 
1838, at Andover, Mass., was a son of James Bailey and Abigail 
F. (Rogers) Bailey. He married Abby Osborne Stickney, July 
16, 1873. She was born in Lowell, October 26, 1846. He lives 
at East Saugus, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1258 Agnes, born September 11, 1874, in Lynn, Mass. 

1259 Edward Osborne, born August 12, 1876, in Lynn, 

Massachusetts. 

1260 Grace Rogers, born September 4, 1878, in Lynn, 

Massachusetts. 

1261 Gertrude, born January 15, 1882; died January 27, 

1882. 

1262 Laura Helen, born October 20, 1884, in Lynn, Mass, 

-967- 

(From page 91.) 

ABBIE MARY BAILEY, born February 18, 1846, at 
Andover, Mass., was a daughter of James Bailey and Abigail F. 
(Rogers) Bailey. She married Hon. Martin Dewey Follett of 
Marietta, Ohio, January 6, 1875. ^^^ ^s a lawyer and has held 
the office of judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio. They live nt 
Marietta. 



124 PAKT ONE. EKillTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

1263 I'-dward Bailey, born July 10, 1878. 

-970- 

(From page 92.) 

GEORGE OTIS BAILEY, born May 24, 1836, was a son 
of Otis Bailey and Lucinda Alden (Lorin^^) Hailey of North 
Andover, Mass. He married Mary ICUen Blanjhaul at Detroit, 
Mich., July 13, 1867. She was a dauj^hter of Norm. mi and Han- 
nah Blanchard, and was born at Nankin, Mich., September 23, 
1848. They live at Skamokawa, Wash. 

CHILDklCN. 

1264 Lucinda Hannah, born May 16, 1868. (See 
page 144.) 

1265 William Blanchard, born August 27, 1869, at Au 

Sable, Mich. 

1266 Thomas Hamlen, born May 18, 1871, at Au Sable, 

Michigan. 

1267 John George, born March 2, 1873, at Ivast Tawas, 

Mich.; married Jessie Lamont, May 29, 1898. 
She was born May 26, 1 880. 

1268 George H., born September i, 1877, at East Tawas, 

Mich.; died August 4, 1878, at East Tawas, Mich. 

-975- 

(From page 92.) 

JOHN ALDI':N BAILI':Y, bom October 15, 1849, was a 
son of Otis liailey and Lucinda Alden (Loring) Bailey of North 
Andover, Mass. He married first, Delia Alden, April 5, 1876. 
She was born August 30, 1855, and died September 9, 1893. 
He married second, Jessica Eliza VVinget, October 28, 1896. 
She is a daughter of William Winget of Tort|uay, ICng. He 
has two children by his first wife. Jle is a druggist and lives in 
Denver, Col. 

CIII[J)KI".N. 

1269 Jeanette, born September 1 [, 1890, at Denver, Col. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 12$ 

1270 John Alden, born November 24, 1892, at Denver. 

-976- 

(From page 92.) 

HOLLIS RUSSELL BAILEY, born February 24, 1852, 
was a son of Otis Bailey and Lucinda Aldcn (Loring) Bailey of 
North Andover, Mass. He married Mary Persis Bell, daughter 
of Ex-Gov. Charles Henry Bell and Sarah Almira (Gilman) Bell 
of Exeter, N. H., February 12, 1885. lie fitted for college at 
Phillips Andover Academy ; was graduated from Harvard Uni- 
versity in 1877; from the Harvard Law School in 1878, and 
received the degree of A. M. in 1879. He is a lawyer in Jios- 
ton, and lives in Cambridge, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1 27 1 Gladys Loring, born July ir, 1887. 

-977- 

(From page 92.) 

HANNAH BAILEY, born June 8, 1824, was a daughter 
of Levi Ikiley and Lucinda (Johnson) Bailey. She married John 
Kincaid Lindsay, December 22, 1842. He was born July 6, 
1806, was a native of Kentucky, and of Scottish descent. He 
died September 12, 1885. She has lived in Lincoln County, Mo, 

CHILDREN. 

1272 Henry Clay, born November 20, 1843, ^^ Lincoln 

County, Mo.; married first, Matilda Kieth, Octo- 
ber 16, 1866; second, Mary Lee, April 26, 1871. 
He is a successful physician. Has three children. 

1273 James Forrest, born September 24, 1845, at Lincoln 

County, Mo; married Martha C. Lee, January, 
1872 ; died May i, 1882. He was a physician 
He left three children. 

1274 Fannie Augusta, born July 25, 1853 ; married Wil- 

liam Jasper Pollard, June 10, 1871 ; has three 
children. 

1275 Mary Ellen, born October 22, 1859; married Fillmore 

Story, October 16, 1878. 



126 TART ONK. EIGHTH GENERATION 

-982- 

(From page 93.) 

SAMUia. GILMAN J^AILEY, born at Andovcr, Mass., 
June 7, 1827, was a son of Samuel Jiailey and Prudence (l^'ar- 
mer) Bailey. He married Carolme IViscilla Gilchrist, June 2, 
1859. She was born in Andover, April 30, 1834. He lives in 
Andover, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1276 Lilla Eva, born April 18, i860; married Edwin W. 

Cooley, October 14, 1885. Lives at Winchester, 
Mass. No issue. 

1277 Charles Lincoln, born August 5, 1862. 

1278 William Kimball, born August 19, 1866; died January 

28, 1883. 

-983- 

(From page 93.) 

CHARLES K. BAILEY, born June 9, 1830, at Andover, 
Mass., was a son of Samuel l^ailey and Prudence (Farmer) 
Bailey. He married Marie Ellen Belknap, January 8, 1863, at 
Mokelumne Hill, Calaveras County, Cal. She was born near 
St. Louis, Mo., March 4, 1846. They live at Stockton, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

1279 Nettie Orrilla, born near Linden, San Joaquin County, 

Cal., July 28, 1866. (See page 145.) 

1280 Addie Maybel, born near Linden, April 5, 1868. (See 

page 145.) 

1281 Harriet Maud, born near Linden, December 25, 1869 ; 

lives at Stockton, Cal. 

1282 lulward Franklin, born near Linden, October 18, 1873. 

1283 Maimie Ethelyn, born near Linden, November 30, 

1881. 

-984- 

(From page 93.) 

JOHN B. l^AILEY, born November 15, 1832, at Andover, 
Mass., was a scm of Samuel Bailey and Prudence (Farmer) 
Bailey. He married Harriet R. Smith, December 10, 1857. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 127 

CHILDREN. 

1284 Frank E., born May i8, 1862. 

1285 George S., born April 8, 1868; died December 19, 1876. 

-985 - 

(From page 93.) 

AHBIE ORRILLA BAILEY, born December i, 1837, at 
Andover, Mass., was a daughter of Samuel Bailey and Prudence 
(I^'arnier) liailey. She married Thomas Everett Terrin, Novem- 
ber 17, 1857, at Lowell. He was born October 9, 1833, at See- 
konk, Mass. They live at Attleboro, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1286 Hattie P., born September 4, 1862 ; married Clarence 

B. Needham, March 21, 1883, at South Billerica, 
Mass. She died September 5, 1892, at Somerville, 
Mass., and was buried at Littleton, Mass. She 
had four children. 

1287 Edward Everett, born August 27, 1868; married De- 

cember 8, 1897, at Cumberland, R. L, Abby White 
Hixon. 

-990- 

(From page 94.) 

SAMUEL liAILEY, born September 21, 1825, at South 
Reading, Mass., was a son of Phineas Bailey and lumice (Mans- 
field) Bailey. He married Mary Ann White of South Reading, 
Mass., August 7, 1849. She was born May 18, 1831, at South 
Reading, Mass., and died March 9, 1895, ^t Cleveland, Ohio. 
He died at Oberlin, Ohio, October 8, 1864. 

CHILDREN. 

1288 Mary Ella, born November 25, 1851, at South Read, 

ing, Mass.; died December 22, 1864, at Oberlin, 
Ohio. 

1289 Nellie May, born August 18, 1861, at Oberlin ; lives 

at Cleveland, Ohio. 



128 I'AKT ONK. i:i(;iiTii gi:ni;ka iioN. 

-992- 

(From page 94.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born August 15, 1829, at South 
Reading, Mass., was a son of Fhineas l^ailcy and Kunice (Mans- 
field) Bailey. He married first Mary Svveetscr, March 25, 1851. 
She was born June 6, 1831, and died November 23, 1865. He 
married second, Julia Maria Wood, April 3, 1866. She was born 
June I, 1836. He lives in Lakewood, Ohio, a suburb of Cleve- 
land. He has had seventeen children, seven by his first wife 
and ten by his second. He is a manufacturer of wall paper. 

CHILDREN. 

1290 Sarah Rosilla, born March 12, 1852; married Edward 

Brown, January 25, 1871. She died at Lynn, 
Mass., October 29, 1877. Had one child, which 
died young. 

1291 I^lnier J ulien, born September 25, 1854; ^^i^d Ai)ril 

5, 1884, at Cleveland, Ohio. 

1292 Stella Alfredine, born October 28, 1856. 

1293 Wilbur Sweetser, born December i, 1858; married 

r^lla Mary Nelson at Cleveland, Ohio, August 5, 
1884. She was born March 3, 1863. 

1294 Nellie Iwelyn, born July 8, i860; married June 9, 

1897, Frederick W. Wolfkammer ; has one 
daughter, Mary Ella, born May i, 1898. 

1295 Arthur Henry, born April 29, 1862 ; married Edith 

May Ingraham at Cleveland, January 23, 1889. 
She was born at La Fayette, Ind., April 15, (808 ; 
they have a daughter (adopted), Cora Evelyn, 
born November 5, 1891, at South Hadley, Mass. 

1296 Chester Francis, born March 11, 1864; niarried 

Florence Parker Nelson, September 10, 1890. 
She was born March 31, 1865. They have a son 
named Nelson Wilbur, born February 5, 1896. 

1297 Julia 1'^., born February 12, 1867. 

1298 Mattie, born September 13, 1869; died July 26, 1870. 

1299 Willie D., born June 21, 1871 ; died November 15, 

1872. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 129 

1300 Gertrude A., born April lO, 1873 ; married Edward 

Lowell Southern, June 13, 1894. He was born 
May 18, 1872, at Lakewood, Ohio. They have 
a child named Lowell Everett, born April 28, 

1895. 

1301 Florence A., born May 4, 1875. 

1302 liertha L., born July 17, 1876. 

1303 Eugene H., born December 16, 1877. 

1304 Vera J., born April 25. (879. 

1305 G. Winifred, born December 28, i88i. 

1306 Carl H., born March 22, 1884. 

-993- 

(From page 94.) 

EUNICE ELIZA BAILEY, born May i, 1832, at South 
Reading, Mass., was a daughter of Phincas Bailey and Eunice 
(Mansfield) Bailey. She married John Weeks, May 11, 1851. 
He was born in Newburyport, Mass., March 4, 1829. 

CHILDREN. 

1307 Clara E., born February 5, 1852 ; died July 17, 1854. 

1308 John Franklin, born November 30, 1853; married 

Nellie Draper of De Ruyter, N. Y., October 10, 
1877. She was born May 31, 1855. They live in 
Plainfield, N. J., and have an adopted daughter, 
Grace Ellen. 

1309 George W., born March 3, 1856; died October 19, 

1872. 

1310 Hannah E., born September 11, 1857, at Medina, 

Ohio ; married William T. Leighton, January 7, 
1 88 1, at Cleveland, Ohio. He was born in Jios- 
ton, Mass., September 13, 1856. They live in 
Cleveland, Ohio, and have five children. 

131 1 Mary Ellen, born January 9, 1859; married Joseph 

Wills, April 27, 1882. He was born May 13, 1854, 
at Oldbury, Staffordshire, Eng. They live at 
Niagara Falls, N. Y., and have three children. 

13 1 2 Arthur Bailey, born November 14, 1862 ; married first 

Amanda Gibbard of Canada, July i, 1882. She 



130 PART ONR. ?:IGHT1I GICNERATfON. 

was born in 1854, and tiled July 26, 1892. lie 
married second Alice Thankful Miller, October 5, 
1892. She' was born January 28, 1866. He lives 
at Fort Wayne, Ind. Has four children. 

1313 Hervey C, born April 8, 1865; married Jennie G. 

Haight, January 19, 1887. She was born January 
29, 1864, at Newark, Ohio. They live in Cleve- 
land, Ohio, and have two children. 

1314 Alvin Mansfield, born November 16, 1872; died 

August 21, 1873. 

-999- 

(From page 95.) 

JAMKS L. JiAlLEY, born October 9, 1831, at Irasburg, Vt., 
was a son of Roderick Bailey and Charlotte (I'eabody) liailey. 
lie married Mary A. Allison, June 28, i860, at Wabasha, Minn. 
She was born March 20, 1837, in Gurney County, Ohio. They 
have lived at various places in Wisconsin. 

ClllLDKI'.N. 

1315 Jessie Larinda, born Apiil 13, 1861. (See page 145.) 

1316 f^l'^ May, born October i, 1863. (See page 146.) 

1317 I'^nzie Klla, born November 23, 1864. (See 

page 146.) 

1318 J:inies Roderick, born February 1, 1867. (See 

page 147.) 
1319 Minnie Haseltine, born May 23, 1869; married 
Thomas liieler Nixon, June 28, 1894, at Minne- 
ai)olis, Minn. He was born at Chaileston, Ind., 
December 7, 1867. They live in Chicago, III. 

-1000- 

(From page 95.) 

I<:LIAS 1'EA]U)DY bailey, bom December 17, 1832, 
at Irasburg, Vt., was a son of Roderick Bailey and Charlotte 
(I'eahody) Bailey. He married Lucinda A. McCarty, at i'lau 
(ialle, Wis., March 27, 1865. She was born at Utica, Mich., 
September 5, 1848. He was elected to the [Legislature* in 1872. 
lie died October 16, 1881, at Knapp, Wis. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. I3I 

CHILDREN. 

1320 Elias p., born March 25, 1866, at Menomonee, now 
Lucas, Wis.; died April 27, 1898. 

1321 Elva Icylene, born November 15, 1867. (See 

page 147.) 

1322 Linnie May, born June 15, 1872; lives at Delavan, 

Wis. (See page 147.) 
1323 Clarence Ralph, born April 2, 1877 J ^'^^s at Knapp, 
Wisconsin. 

-1001- 

(From page 95.) 

WALTER D. BAILEY, born December i, 1835. in An- 
dover, Mass., was a son of Roderick Bailey and Charlotte 
(Peabody) Bailey. He married Lucy Eleanor F^lliott, June 16, 
1856, at Kalamazoo, Mich. She was born November 4, 1835, at 
Bruce, Mich. He served in the Civil War in Company H, i6th 
Wisconsin Volunteers, They live at Crookston, Minn. 

CHILDREN. 

1323a Dellmore, born April 23, 1857, at Andover, Mass.; 
died June 8, 1857, at Reed's Landing, Minn. 

1324 Charlotte Ann, born September 19, 1858. (See 

page 147.) 

1325 Charles Delmore, born June 19, i860. (See 

page 148.) 
1325a Walter Omar, born September 15, 1862, at Eau 
Galle, Wis.; died April 20, 1869, ^^ Maiden Rock, 
Wisconsin. 

1326 Benton Richard Roderick, born September 23, 1866. 

(See page 148.) 

1327 P^dwin Rcvillo, born March 29, 1869. (Seepage 149.) 
1327a P'ay Walter, born August 23, 1872, at Ellsworth, Wis. 
1328 R. D., born December 23, 1875. 

-1002- 

(From page 95.) 

ALVA WYMAN BAILICY, born December 15, 1837, 
was a son of Roderick Bailey and Charlotte (J'eabody) Bailey. 



132 I'AKT ONE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

He married Martha M. Tice, May 3, i860, at Dunnville, Wis. 
She was born February 22, 1839. He served in the Civil War 
in Company H, 53d Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry. They live 
at Rice Lake, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

1329 Fred Eugene, born March 23, 1861. (See page 149.) 

1330 Alvah William, born May \6, 1863. (See page 149) 
l330^^ Leot.i Antella, born January 8, 1871. 



-1003- 

(From page 95.) 

ANDRICW OSMUND liAHJ^Y, born October 15, 1842, 
at Andover, Mass., was a son of Roderick liaik-y anci Charlotte 
(I'eabody) Uailey. He married Ciiarlotte A, Mellen, April i, 
1863, at Kau Galle, Wis. She was born December 4, 1844, at 
Medina, Ohio. They live at Columbus, New Mexico, near 
Deming. 

CHILDREN. 

1331 William Godfrey, born February 22, 1864. He had 

a twin brother who died young. (See page 150.) 

1332 Vinticia Irene, born July 9, 1866. (See page 150.) 
1332/7 Lester Franklin, born October 30, 1869, at Kau 

Galle, Wis.; died April 13, 1894, '" Columbus, 
New Mexico. 

1333 IJirdina Helle, born May 10, 1873, at St. Taul, Minn. 

1334 Lottie Luclla, born August 10, 1879, at St. Taul, 

Minnesota. 

-1006- 

(From page 95.) 

(ilCOkGr: JiENSON liAlLICV, born at Lowell, Mass., 
December 22, 1830, was a son of Omar l^ailey and Clarissa 
(I'eabody) Hailey. lie married Charlotte M. Viets, April 5, 
1855, at Oberlin, Ohio. She was born November 14, 1832, at 
Pawlet, Vt. 



JAMKS Ol" KOWT.KV MKANCH. I.KillTII (il'.N I'.K ATION. I33 

CHILDKEN. 

1335 Ella Maria, born October 14, 1856. (See page 150 ) 
1335^ Clara Belle, born July 15, i860; died July 23, i860, 

at Oberlin, Ohio. 

1336 Seth Omar, born July 26, 1861. (See page 151.) 

1337 George Benson, born January 14, 1868. (See 

page 151.) 
1338 Maud Geraldine, born November 23, 1869, at Oberlin. 

-1007- 

(From page 95.) 

OMAR BAILEY, Jr., born December 18, 1832, was a son 
of Omar Bailey and Clarissa (Peabody) liailey. He marricil 
Arabelle Prosser, December 5, 1855, at Ilartland, Ohio She 
was born March 22, 1836, at Hartland. He died August 19, 
1889, at Sandusky, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

1339 Adella May, born October 3, 1857. (See page i$i.) 

1340 Belle, born April 15, 1866. (See page 152.) 

-1014- 

(From page 96.) 

EDWARD MANSFIELD BAILEY, born in Andover, 
Mass., October 24, 1838, was a son of John Trull Bailey and 
Orrilla (Norcross) liailey. He married first, Ellen Hamblett 
Webster, August 25, 1863. She was born September 26, 1841, 
at Andover, Mass, and died February 26, 1865, at Lowell, 
Mass. She was a daughter of John and Eleanor (Hamblett) 
Webster. He married second, Clara Eliza Dows, April 7, 1867. 
She was born March 5, 1847, at ])illcrica, Mass., and died Feb- 
ruary 14, 1879, at Lowell, Mass. She was a daughter of Calvin 
and Mary (Ward) Dows. He married third, Clara Annette 
I^^reeman, November, 1879, at St. Paul, Minn. She was born in 
Wakefield, Mass., and was a daughter of Mrs. Clara D. Free- 
man. He married fourth, Gertrude Emily Thompson, Septem- 
ber 16, 1893, at Billerica. She was born June 26, 1867, at North 
Woburn, Mass. She was a daughter of Samuel Francis and 



F34 I'AKT ONIC. F.IGHTII (iENEKATlON. 

Mary (lilotlgctt) Thompson, and a descendant in the ninth 
j^eneration of James Thompson who came from ICngland in 
Ciovernoi VVintiirop's Colony in 1630, and settled at Charles- 
lown, Mass. She is one of the compilers of Part One of this 
hook. They live at Ashland, Mass. He had one child by his 
first wife and one by his second. He served in the Civil War in 
Company H, 13th Regiment, Vermont Volunteer Militia. 

CHILDREN. 

1341 lulward Webster, born February 24, 1865, at Lowell, 
Mas.s. (See page 152.) 
1342 Nellie Isabel, born June 12, 1877, at West Medford, 
Mass.; died July 15, 1877, at West Medford. 

-1020- 

(From page 97.) 

ALIMIA NORCROSS BAILEY, born May 30, 1854, was 
a son of John Trull Bailey and Orrilla (Norcross) Bailey. He 
married Mary h'rances Niles, April 26, 1875, at Orford, N. II. 
.She was born at Orford, December 26, 1853, and was a daugh- 
ter of lienjamin I^>anklin and Mary Newell Niles. 

CHILDREN. 

J 343 Fred Alpha, born February 27, 1876, at Wakefield, 
Massachusetts. 

1344 Ida May, born September 7, 1878, at Wakefield, Mass. 

1345 I'Vank Niles, born January 23, 1880, at St. Paul, 

Minn.; died March 8, 1880, at St. Paul. 

1346 Ilattie Carrie, born April 9, 1882, at Orfordville, 

New Hampshire. 

1347 Plora Alice, born December 31, 1887, at Orfordville. 

-1024- 

(From page 97.) 

WILLIAM KIMBALL BAILFY, born May 9, 1853, was 
a son of Kbenezer l^'oster Bailey and Dorothy S. (Kimball) 
Hailey. He married Cora I. Wheeler, December 26, 1881, at 
Denver, Col. He lives at Hyde Park, Mass. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY liKANCIl. KKillTII GENEKATION I ]$ 

CHILDREN. 

1348 Lucy Goldsmith, born April 28, 1883, at Council 

IJluffs, la. 

1349 Foster, born March 16, 1888, at Fitchburg, Mass. 

-1046- 

(From page 100.) 

SAMUEL HENRY I^AILEY, born September 11, 1848, 
was a son of Samuel Gilson Bailey and Clarissa (Needham) 
Bailey. He married first, November 26, 1874, Adrienne Car- 
penter. He married second, Elizabeth B. Abbott, December 20, 
1882. She was born m Andover, Mass., July 27, 1850. He has 
two children by each wife. He lives in Andover, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1349a Alma Richardson, born April 26, 1876, at West An- 
dover. 

i349<^ Clara Louise, born August 27, 1878, at West An- 
dover. 

r349c Ralph Abbott, born August 27, 1884, at West An- 
dover. 

1349^/ Helen Elizabeth, born August 7, 1888, at Andover. 

-1054- 

(P>om page 101.) 

CAROLINE ELIZA BAILEY, born March 6, 1831, wasa 
daughter of William Bailey and Martha (Shurtlcff) Bailey. She 
married Nathaniel Edgerly Drew ; lives at Providence, R. I. 

CHILDREN, 

1350 Frank, born 

1 35 1 Harvey, born 

1352 Melvin, born 

1353 Charles, born 

1354 Adelbert, born 
•355 Caroline, born 

1356 Edna, born 

1357 Myra, born 



136 I'AKT ONE. EHiJlTH C.KNKRATION. 

-1065- 

(From page loi.) 

THERESA MATILDA BAILEY, born March 14, 1833, 
was a daughter of William Bailey and Martha (Shurtleff) Bailey. 
She married Andrew Jackson Roberts, December 16, 1851. He 
was a son of Ziba Roberts and Sarah (Currier) Roberts. They 
live in Chicago, III. Their children were all born in Vermont. 

CHILDREN. 

1358 Francis 1^'ugene, born .September 6, 1852; married 
Lorinda Buffum, A[)ril 6, 1873. She was born 
June 27, 1850, and was a daughter of Stephen 
Sweet and Caroline (Stevens) Buffum. They have 
had seven children. 

'359 Alice Ann, born June 1, 1855. 

1360 Mary, born I^'ebruary 7, 1858 ; died young. 

1361 Clarence Verdine, born February 12, 1859. 

1362 Nellie Adelaide, born July 4, 1863. 

1363 Herbert Samuel, born June 21, 1865. 

1364 Dora Matilda, born August 24, 1870. 

-1058- 

(From page loi.) 

ADl^LAIDE AUGUSTA BAILEY, born March 4, 1840, 
was a daughter of William and Martha (Shurtleff) Bailey. She 
graduated from the State Normal School at Framingham, Mass., 
and taught school for several years at Santa Cruz, Cal. She 
married Robert Terrill of Santa Cruz in 1874. He died in May, 
1883. She died July 13, 1894. 

CHILDREN. 

1365 lilanche, born July 26, 1875. 

1366 liailey, born May 5, 1878 

1367 Mabel Clair, born August 4, 1880; dictl August 24, 

1883. 

-1070- 

(From page 102 ) 
AHIGAIL MAY BAILEY, born , was a daughter 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 1 37 

of Enoch Henry Bailey and Amanda Bailey. She married F'red- 
erick Adams. They live in Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1368 Frederick, born 

1369 Marjorie, born 

-1076- 

(From page 103.) 

HANNAH LOUISA BAILEY, born April i6, 1838, at 
Greensboro, Vt., was a daughter of William Bailey and Serepta 
(Gushing) Bailey. She married Geo. B. Tolman, June 16, 1862. 
She died July 19, 1867, at Montpelier, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1370 Betsey Gushing Bailey, born ; married George 

A. Metcalf. 

-1087- 

(From page 105.) 

EUGENE WEBSTER BAILEY, born July 13, i860, at 
Natick, Mass., was a son of Ezekiel Webster Bailey and Rebecca 
Hildreth (Johnson) Bailey. He married Mary E. Griffen, No- 
vember 29, 1883. She was born April 3, 1863, at Winnebago, 
111. They live in Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1 37 1 Bessie Rebecca, born September 9, 1884, at Council 

Grove, Kan. 

-1090- 

(From page 105.) 

GEORGE WHITEFIELD BAILEY, born at Hardwick, 
Vt., July 27, 1854, was a son of Harvey Bailey and Sarah June 
(Field) Bailey. He married Anna Dillon, April 13, 1889. They 
live at Asotin, Wash. 

CHILDREN. 

1372 Harvey Dillon, born November 21, 1895, at Asotin, 

Washington. 

11 



138 PART ONE. EIGHTH (UiNERATION. 

-1100- 

(From page 106.) 

WILLIAM SILAS BAILEY, born August 24, 1857, is a 
son of Jacob Loomis Bailey and Helen (Willson) Bailey of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. He married Flora M. Martin of Peacham, Vt., 
October 10, 1882. She was born July 10, 1856. They have 
lived at Hardwick, Vt., and St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1373 Helen M., born 

1374 Mary Alice, born 

1375 Ralph Wilson, born August 30, 1891. 

1376 Margaret Louise, born 

-1106- 

(From page 107.) 

EDWARD LYON BAILEY, born December 10, 1841, 
was a son of Iliram Bailey and Elizabeth (Lyon) liailey of Man- 
chester, N. H. He married Frances E. Parker of Bedford, 
New Hampshire. 

CHILDREN. 

1377 Lewis H., born May 30, 1866. 

-1111- 

(From page 107.) 

JENNIE F. BAILEY, born September 8, 1856, was a 
daughter of Hiram Bailey and Elizabeth (Lyon) Bailey. She 
married Nathaniel J. L. Ryder; lives at Manchester, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1378 Edward F., born 

1379 Harris B., born 

1380 Natalie, born 

1 381 Charles K., born 

-1119- 

(From page 108.) 
OSCAR SH.AS WRIGHT BAILEY, born December 24, 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 1 39 

1847, in Lawrence, Mass., was a son of Heaton Bailey and 
Lavinia T. (Rowe) Bailey. He married Elizabeth M. Minckler. 
He lives in West Newton, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1382 Jennie E., born 

-1123- 

(From page io8.) 

HEATON BAILEY, born December 25, 1854, in Lawrence, 
Mass., was a son of Heaton Bailey and Lavinia T. (Rowe) Bailey. 
He married Eva Morrill. He lives in Lawrence, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1383 Raymond L., born 

-1124- 

(From page 108.) 

ARTHUR AUSTIN BAILEY, born April 4, 1857, at 
Lawrence, Mass., was a son of Heaton Bailey and Lavinia T. 
(Rowe) Bailey. He married first Leolia Murphy, and second, 
Minnie G. Lee. 

CHILDREN. 

1384 Lavinia, born ; died 

1385 Vivian May, born 

1386 Ralph Edward, born 

1387 Marion Gertrude, born 

-1126- 

(From page 109.) 

MARCUS BAILEY, born October 14, 1S42, at Lawrence, 
Mass., was a son of Levi P. Bailey and Hannah (Morse) Bailey. 
He married Helen M. Thompson. He lives in Nelson, N. H. 



CHILDREN. 



1388 George, born 

1389 Minnie, born 

1390 Lena, born 

1391 Bessie, born 



140 PART ONE. EK.niH GENERATION. 

-1127- 

(.From page 109.) 

CHARLES BAILEY, born December 15, 1844, ^^t I-aw- 
rence, Mass., was a son of Levi P. IJailey and JLmnah (Morse) 
Bailey. He married Abbie A. M. Oiunt. Lives in Lyndeboro, 
New Hampshire. 

CHILDREN. 

1392 Charles, born ; married Susie O. Barnes. 

-1128- 

(From page 109.) 

AMANDA BAILEY, born March 31, 1S47, at Lawrence 
Mass., was a daughter of Levi P. Bailey and Hannah (Morse) 
Bailey. She married Richard VVoodard. Lives in Lyndeboro, 
New Hampshire. 

CHILDREN. 

1393 Emma J., born 

1394 George H., born 

1395 Bertha A., born 

-1130- 

(From page 109.) 

HIRAM liAILEY, born April uS, 1S51, in Lawrence. 
Mass., was a son of Levi P. Bailey and Hannah (Morse) Bailey. 
He married Mary J. Woodard. Lives in Lyndeboro, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1396 Fred H., born 

1397 Walter S., born 

-1132- 

(From page 109.) 

FLORETTA A. BAILEY, born November 15, 1847, '" 
Troy, Vt., was a daughter of Charles F. Bailey and Sarah (Dean) 
Ihiley. She married Rollin H. Babbitt and lives at Berkley, 
Massachusetts. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. I4I 

CHILDREN. 

1398 Emma B., born 

1399 Rollin H., born ' 

1400 Charles D., born 

1401 Miriam F., born 

1402 Florette A., born 

-1133- 

(From page 109.) 

ELLA J. BAILEY, born September 3, 1849, in Troy, 
Vt., was a daughter of Charles F. Bailey and Sarah (Dean) 
Bailey. She married Harley H. La Due. 

CHILDREN. 

1403 Ilalley S., born ; married Wallace Cameron 

and lives at Newport, Vt. 

-1134- 

(PVom page 109.) 

CHARLES M. BAILEY, born March 4, 1852, at Troy, 
Vt., was a son of Charles F. Bailey and Sarah (Dean) Bailey, 
lie married Addie A. Bisbee. He lives in Newport, Vt., and is 
a Custom House officer there. 

CHILDREN. 

1404 Charles F., born ; died 

1405 Clara J., born 

-1136- 

(From page 109.) 

EMMA D. BAILEY, born February 26, 1854, at Troy, Vt., 
was a daughter of Charles F. Bailey and Sarah (Dean) Bailey. 
She married Charles M. Eastman and lives at Waterloo, Prov- 
ince of Quebec, Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

1406 Myrtie, born ;, 

1407 Charlotte D., born 



142 PART ONE. EI(;HTH GKNKRATION. 

1408 Ella J., born 

1409 Ralph M., born 

1410 Fred H., born 

-1136- 

(From page 109.) 

WALTER F. RAILEY, born June 29, 1856, at Troy, Vt., 
was a son of Charles F". Bailey and Sarah (Dean) Bailey. He 
married Rose A. Bisbee. 

CHILDREN. 

141 1 John F., born February 22, 1881. 

-1137- 

(From page 109.) 

CLARA S. BAILEY, born September 11, 1858, at Troy, 
Vt., was a daughter of Charles F. l^ailey and Sarah (Uean) 
Bailey. She married Harley E. Folsom. She died at Lyndon- 
ville, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

141 2 Fred S., born 

-1139- 

(From page i lo.) 

MELVENA BAILEY, born October 11, 1851, in Law- 
rence, Mass., was a daughter of Chandler Bailey and l-llizabeth 
(Ward) Bailey. She married William S. Miller. 

CHILDREN. 

1413 Grace 1*^., born ; married George 

F. F'orster ; lives at Minneapolis, Minn. 

14 14 William M., born ; adopted by 

R. Iwerett Uilliard of Lynn, Mass. 

-1162- 

(From page no.) 
WARRICN BAILEY, born August 7, 1872, is a son of 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. I43 

Curtis Bailey and Lavinia (Whitney) Bailey. He married Alice 
Crocker and lives at North Amherst, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

1415 Harold, born February 3, 1895. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

-1217- 

(From page 1 17.) 

WILLIAM ELBRIDGE BAILEY, born October 11, 
1867, was a son of William IT. Bailey and I'^mma Frances 
(Dwinnell) Bailey. He married Carrie E. Steel, in 1888, at Pea- 
body, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1416 William Steel, born March 5, 1889, at Beverly, Mass. 

1417 Emma I'rances, born November 1, 1890, at Beverly, 

Massachusetts. 

1418 Roland David, born July 28, 1892, at Beverly, Mass. 

1419 Harold Stevens, born December 3, 1893, ^^ Beverly. 

-1264- 

(From page 124.) 

LUCINDA HANNAH BAILEY, born May, 1868, at Au 
Sable, Mich., is a daughter of George Otis Bailey and Mary 
Ellen (Blanchard) Bailey. She married John Wesley Heron, at 
Astoria, Ore., August 31, 1890. He was born June 13, 1859, at 
Clyde, Mich. His father, John Heron, was born in Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

1420 Mary lilanchard, born at Montesano, Wash., October 

20, 1 891. 

1421 Priscilla Alden, born at lilack River, Mich., August 

4, 1895; J'cd September 12, 1895. 

1422 John Bailey, born in 1898; died young. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. I45 

-1279- 

(From page 126.) 

NETTIE ORRILLA BAILEY, born July 28, 1866, near 
Linden, Cal., was a daughter of Charles K. Bailey and Marie 
(Belknap) Bailey. She married Alonzo Morrison Walker at 
Stockton, Cal., July 28, 1884. He was born at Ironton, Law- 
rence County, Ohio, December 18, 1862, and died near Linden, 
Cal., February 9, 1897. 

CHILDREN. 

1423 Gladys Orrilla, born near Linden, March 8, 1886; 

died at Stockton, January i, 1894. 

1424 Lorenzo M., born at Delano, Kern County, C4I., 

October 12, 1888. 

1425 Edna Wyoming, born at Delano, March 7, 1890; 

died November 18, 1890. 

-1280- 

(From page 126.) 

ADDIE MAYBEL BAILEY, born April 5, 1868, near 
Linden, Cal., was a daughter of Charles K. Bailey and Marie 
(Belknap) Bailey. She married Ellsworth Douglas MiddlekaufT, 
near Linden, November 16, 1887. He was born at Hagerstown, 
Md., June 2, 1861. They live at Oakland, Cal. 

CHILDREN. 

1426 Berdenia Ellen, born at Stockton, Cal., February 13, 

1892. 

1427 Edison Bailey, born at Oakland, Cal., January 7, 1897. 

-1315- 

(From page 130.) 

JESSIE LARINDA BAILICY, born April 13, 1861, at 
Eau Galle, Wis., is a daughter of James L. Bailey and Mary A. 
(Allison) Bailey. She married Claude Franklin Osmer, March 
25, 1879, at Eau Galle, Wis. He was born August 17, 1857, at 
Whitestown, Vernon County, Wis. They live at Spring 
Valley, Wis. 



146 PART ONE. NINTH GENEAKTION. 

CHILDREN. 

1428 Ida May, born May 14, 1880, at Eau Galle. 

1429 James William, born January 23, 1882, at Crookston, 

Minnesota. 

1430 Daisy Belle, born .December 16, 1884, at Fairfax, 

Minn.; died September 20, 1886, at Crookston. 

1431 Enzie Ella, born April 11, 1887, at Fairfax, Minn. 

-1316- 

(From page 130.) 

IDA MAY liAILEY, born October i, 1863, at Eau Galle, 
Wis., is a daughter of James L. Bailey and Mary A. (Allison) 
liailey. She married Ilerrick Clement Scribner, January 11, 
1881, at Crookston, Minn. lie was born November 8, 1854, at 
Salisbury, N. H. They live at Crookston, Minn. 

CHILDREN. 

1432 James Robert, born October 3, 1884, at Crookston. 

1433 Glady Rane, born January 30, 1887, at Crookston ; 

died November 21, 1890. 

1434 Goldy Rene, born January 30, 1887, at Crookston ; 

died November 18, 1890. 

1435 Alda Fern, born May 21, 1890, at Crookston. 

1436 Baby Scribner, born May 21, 1890; died May 21, 

1890. 

-1317- 

(From page 130.) 

ENZIE ELLA BAILEY, born November 23, 1864, at 
Maple Springs, Wis., is a daughter of James L. Bailey and Mary 
A. (Allison) Bailey. She married Harry C. Snider, November 
9, 1883, at Crookston, Minn. He was born at Brownsboro, Old- 
ham County, Ky., July 25, 1861. They live at Orangeville, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1437 Almira Myrtle, born August 9, 1884, at Michigan 

City, North Dakota. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. I47 

-1318- 

(From page 130.) 

JAMES RODERICK BAILEY, born February i, 1867, 
at Ellsworth, Wis., is a son of James L. Bailey and Mary A. 
(Allison) Bailey. He married Sarah J. Banks, at Erskine, 
Minn., February 20, 1895. She was born August 3, 1874, at 
Aniboy Centre, Oswego County, N. Y. They live at Spring 
Valley, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

1438 Hazel Mae, born November 21, 1895, at Spring 

Valley. 

-1321- 

(From page 131-) 

ELVA ICYLENE BAILEY, born November 15, 1867, at 
Lucas, Wis., was a daughter of Elias Peabody Bailey and 
Lucinda A. (McCarty) Bailey. She married Thomas Miller of 
Knapp, Wis., June 24, 1896. She taught school for 14 years. 
They live at Knapp. 

CHILDREN. 

1439 Hazel Mae, born June 28, 1897. 

-1322- 

(From page 131.) 

LINNIE MAY BAILEY, born June 15, 1872, at Lucas, 
Wis., was a daughter of Elias Peabody Bailey and Lucinda A. 
(McCarty) Bailey. She married Thomas Hagerty, August 30, 
1893. He was born November 13, 1867, at Maple Grove, Wis. 
They live at Delavan, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

1440 Bernice Icylene, born January 15, 1895, at Delavan. 
1440a Mildred Isabel, born F'ebruary 28, 1897, at Delavan. 

-1324- 

(From page 131.) 
CHARLOTTE ANN BAILEY, born September 19, 1858, 



148 PART ONE. NINTH GENERATION. 

at Minneapolis, Minn., was a daughter ^of Walter I). Bailey and 
Lucy Eleanor (Elliott) Bailey. She married John I'aterson, 
September 30, 1882, at Crookston, Minn. He was born Janu- 
ary II, 1852, at Kingston, Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

1441 Luella, born July i, 1883, at Crookston. 

1442 Nellie, born July 19, 1884; died Augu.st 4, 1887. 

1443 Walter James, born August 6, 1885. 

1444 Harold Alexander, born January 2, 1889. 

1445 Vinnie, born June 26, 1891 ; died April 5, 1892. 

1446 Edwin Fay, born January 20, 1896. 

-1325- 

(From page 131.) 

CHARLES D. BAILEY, born June 19, i860, at Maple 
Springs, Wis., was a son of Walter D. Bailey and Lucy Eleanor, 
(Elliott) Bailey. He married first, Anna Nelson, March 16, 
1885, and second, Carrie T. Farden, October 30, 1887, at Car- 
man, Minn, lie died June 3, 1896. 

CHILDREN. 

1447 Bessie, born September 14, 1888, at Crookston, Minn. 

1448 Alida Harriet, born December 31, 1890, at Crookston. 

1449 J^crton I'Vanklin, born September 27, 1892, at 

Crookston. 

1450 Raymond lulwin, born August 14. 1894, at Crookston. 

-1326- 

(From page 131.) 

B1<:NT()N RICHARD RODERICK BAILEY, born 
September 23, 1866, at Cedar I^'alls, Wis., was a son of Walter 
1). Bailc-)' and Lucy Eleanor (Elliott) Bailey. He married May 
l^liza Carrick, April 15, 1891, at Tort Townsend, Wash. She 
was born January 15, 1862, at Yreka, Cal. He is a miner at 
Yreka, Cal. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BKANCII. NINTH GENERATION. I49 

CHILDREN. 

145 1 Frank Elijah, born January 29, 1892, at Seattle, 

Washington. 

1452 Cora Elma, born January 3, 1894, '^^ Yreka, Cal. 

-1327- 

(From page 131.) 

EDWIN REVILLO BAILEY, born March 29, rS69, at 
Maiden Rock, Wis., was a son of Walter D. l^ailey and Lucy 
Eleanor (Elliott) Bailey. He married Maggie Hattilecn How- 
ard, October 16, 1889, at Fisher, Minn. She was born at St. 
Vincent, Minn., September 22, 1871. 

CHILDREN. 

1453 Lucey Pearl, born May 2, 1890, at Crookston, Minn. 

1454 Birdie Vinticia, born July 14, 1891, at Crookston. 

1455 Ruth Mary, born March 24, 1893, ^t Olympia, Wash. 

1456 Charles Edwin, born January 13, 1896, at Crookston. 

-1329- 

(From page 132.) 

FRED EUGENE BAILEY, born March 23, 1861, at 
Red Cedar, Wis., was a son of Alva Wyman Bailey and Martha 
M. (Tice) Bailey. He married Edith McLeod, October 24, 1S87. 
She was born June 18, 1869. They live at Rice Lake, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

1457 Herbert Harlow, born July 31, 1888, at Rice Lake, 

died September 20, 1888. 

1458 Melbourn Oran, born September i, 1889. 

1459 Lee Harold, born August 17, 1891. 

1460 Victor Carl, born November 10, 1893. 

-1330- 

(From page 132.) 

ALVA WILLIAM BAILEY, born May 16, 1863, was a 
son of Alva Wyman Bailey and Martha M. (Tice) Bailey. He 
married Delia Washburn, August 3, 1886. She was born April 
23, 1866. 



150 PART ONK. NINTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

1461 Autella Bell, born May 5, 1888 ; died August 16, 1889. 

1462 Rosa May, born May i, 1889. 

1463 Klva M., born September 27, 1890. 

1464 Claudio A., born June 7, 1892. 

1465 Arby W., born December 30, 1893. 

1466 Walter A., born June 7, 1895. 

-1331- 

(From page 132.) 

WILLIAM GODFREY I^AILKY, born February 22, 
1864, at Eau Galle, Wis., was a son of Andrew Osmund l^ailey 
and Charlotte A. (Mellen) Bailey. He married Victoria Gwelf 
Hagel of Toronto, Canada, at Buffalo, N. Y., August 25, 1888. 
He died June 8, 1893, i" Mexico. Was thrown from a horse 
and expired instantly. 

CHILDREN. 

1467 Victoria Irene, born February 24, 1890, at Toronto, 

Canada. 

-1332- 

(From page 132.) 

VINTICIA IRENE BAILEY, born July 9, 1866, at 
ICau Gallc, Wis., was a daughter of Andrew Osmund Ikiiley and 
Charlotte A. (Mellen) Bailey. She married William II. Hart, 
September 2, 1884, at St. Paul, Minn. He was born July 30, 
1857, at Janesville, Wis. 

CHILDREN. 

1468 Luella Harriet, born February 6, 1890, at St. Paul. 

-1335- 

(From page 133.) 

ELLA M. BAILEY, born October 14, 1856, at Oberlin, 
Ohio, was a daughter of George Benson Bailey and Charlotte 
M. (Viets) Bailey. She married Frank B. Wakefield, April 30, 
1884, at Excelsior, Minn. He was born July 6, 1849, at Mar- 
shall, Mich. 



JAMES OF ROWLEY BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. 151 

CHILDREN. 

1469 Cleo, born March 21, 1885, at Excelsior, Minn. 

1470 Frank B., born April 27, 1887, at Excelsior. 

1 47 1 Georgia, born July 29, 1894, at Seattle, Wash. 

-1336- 

(From page 133.) 

SETH OMAR BAILEY, born July 26. 1861, at Oberlin, 
Ohio, was a son of George Benson Bailey and Charlotte M. 
(Viets) Bailey. He married Louisa H. Kelly, April 30, 1884. 
She was born January 4, 1866, at Henrietta, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

1472 Merton Wyman, born November 22, 1886, at Oberlin, 

Ohio. 

1473 Lottie Jane, born March 8, 1888, at Oberlin. 

1474 Lulu Bell, born February 27, 1889, at VVakenian 

Ohio. 

1475 George B., born May 6, 1890, at Oberlin. 

-1337- 

(From page 133.) 

GEORGE BENSON BAH.EY, born January 14, 1868, 
was a son of George Benson Bailey and Charlotte M. (Viets) 
Bailey. He married Elizabeth K. Martin, December 22, 1891. 
She was born January 14, 1866, at Amherst, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

1476 Lowell Omar, born December 22, 1893, ^^ Oberlin, 

Ohio; died August 10, 1894, ^t Oberlin. 

-1339- 

(From page 133.) 

ADELLA MAY BAILEY, born October 3, 1857, was a 
daughter of Omar Bailey and Arabelle (Prosser) Bailey. She 
married J. W. Ransom, September i, 1886. They live at Cas- 
talia, Ohio. 



152 PART ONE. NINTH GENERATION 

CHILDREN. 

1477 Ixo liaiiey, born September 4, 1887 

-1340- 

(From page 133.) 

HI<:LLK bailey, born April 15, 1866, at Oberlin, Ohio^ 
was a (laughter ot Omar Bailey and Arabelle (Prosser) liailey 
She niarricci James Gumming Buchanan, June 17, 1890, at 
Sandusky, Ohio. He was born November 26, 1862, at Glasgow, 
Scotland. They live in Washington, D. C. 

CHILDREN. 

1478 Omar Bailey, born July 15, 1891, at Petersburg, Va. 

1479 Joseph Wesley, born November 21, 1892, at Washing- 

ton, D. C. 

1480 James Allison, born April 8, 1896, at Washington. 

-1341- 

(From page 134.) 

EDWARD WEBSTER BAILEY, born February 24, 
1865, at Lowell, Mass., was a son of Edward Mansfield Bailey 
and Ellen Hamblett (Webster) Bailey. He married Martha 
Miller at Tewksbury, Mass., May 22, 1889. She was born Jan- 
uary 25, 1869, at Bristol, R. I. 

CHILDREN. 

1481 Dexter Edward, born March 29, 1890, at West An- 

dover, Mass. 

1482 Clara Ellen, born September 24, 1891, at West An- 

dover. 

1483 William Irvmg, born June 12, 1895, at North Tewks- 

bury, Mass. 



END OF PART ONE. 



BAILEY GENEALOGY. 



PART TWO. 



ACCOUNT OF 



JOHN BAILEY OF SALISBURY 



and some of his (iescendants. 



COMPILED BY 

MRS. ABBIE F. ELLSWORTH, 

OF ROWLEY, MASS. 



1899. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

FIRST GENERATION. 



JOHN l^AILEY, Sk., one of the earliest of the name to 
immigrate to these western shores, is first heard of as being 
shijiwrecked at Pemaquid, (now Bristol) Me., in the great storm 
of August 15, 1635. Owing to this terrible experience he never 
recrossed the ocean. 

He came from Chippenham, Eng., and was a weaver by 
trade. He settled first at Newbury, then just beginning, in the 
vicinity of Parker River. 

Newbury had been settled two years, when in 1637, 
the venturesome and wandering spirit of John Bailey, Sr., in- 
duced him to plunge further into the forest, and establish a 
solitary home beyond the Merrimac, near the mouth of the 
Powow River. 

Here he built his log cabin and taking with him William 
Scholar as help, settled m solitude and began to fish and culti- 
vate the soil. 

He had a wife, son Robert, and two or more daughters in 
England. His son John came with him, and his daughter 
Johanna either came with him or soon after joined him. 

On an elevated plateau of land, at the easterly side of 
Bailey's Hill, on the banks of the Merrimac, are the ruins of an 
old cellar. It has been proved by old deeds that here was the 
homestead lot of John Bailey, Sr., of about 50 acres, triangular 
in shape, and running to the Merrimac River on the westerly 
side, and tf) the Powow on the northerly side. The theory is 
that this property at liailey's Hill was deserted by the immedi- 
ate descendants of John Bailey, and the cabin built by him left 
to decay and ruin, until its very existence had passed from the 
knowledge and memories of the living. 



156 I'AKT I WO. I'lKSl (.p:NI',KAriON. 

"y\n old-time cellar open lo the sky, 

A mere depression with ji;reen, f:;rassy slope, 
A place of beauty on the hillside high, 

Are all we have of former toil and hopes."' 

John liailey, Sr., was also a fisherman and the sole right of 
fishing in the Powow River was granttjd to him. It was pro- 
vided, however, that a certain proportion of the fish taken be 
given to the town, for in those early days fish was an imi^ortant 
article of food. 

In the year 1639 began the settlement of Colchester, after- 
wards called Salisbury. On the lists of names of those who had 
lots granted to them in the town of Colchester in the first 
division of land is the name of John Bailey, Sr. 

In the year 165 1, John Bailey, Sr., was sentenced by the 
court to return to l^^nglatid by the next vessel or send for his 
wife to come over to him, but the order was never obeyed as he 
died soon after. His will was proved April 13, 1652. He gave 
his home at Salisbury to his son John during his lifetime, then 
to John (3), son of John (2), they paying his widow si.x pounds if 
she came over to Newburyland. He gave to his daughter 
Johanna (wife of Wm. ILuntington) and her husband the house 
and five acres of land which he bought of Mr. Kowell ; his son 
Robert 15 pounds and his daughters ten pounds njiiece if they 
came over to New England and five pounds if they did not. 
John Bailey died November 3, 1G51. 

CHILDKEN, 

2 John, born 1613; married Eleanor Emery. (See 

page 157.) 

3 Johanna, born ; married William Hunting- 

ton of Amesbury, 1640. (See jxige 157.) 
3(7 Robert remained in England with his motiier and one- 
01 uKMe sisters. 



JOHN OF SAL181MJRY BRANCH. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

-2- 

'.From page 156.", 

JOHN liAILEY, Jk., born in England, 161 3, came to 
New England with his father in 1635. He married Eleanor 
l'2mery. She was sister of John and Ann I^mery. Jle settled 
in Newbury, Mass., 1650, on the plain, about a quarter (jf a mile 
from Deer Island and opposite Carr Island. He had formerly 
lived in Salisbury. 

CHILDREN. 

4 Rebecca, born 1641. (See page 159.) 

5 John, born May 18, 1643; died July 22, 1663. 

5 Sarah, born August 17, 1644; died August 26, 1714 

(See page 159.) 
7 Joshua, born ; died April 7, 1652. 

8 -Joseph, born April 4, 1648; died October 23, 1723. 

(See page- 159.) 

9 James, born September 12, 1650; died June 18, 1707. 

(See page 160.) 

10 Joshua, born Eej:)ruary 20, 1652 ; died 1663. 

'I 1 Isaac, born July 22, 1654; died April 26, 1740. (See 
page 161.) 
12 Joshua, born Apiil 20, 1657; married Elisabeth Put- 
nam ; no issue. 
13 Rachel, born October 19, 1662. (See page 161.) 
14 Judith, born August 13, 1665; died September 20, 
1668. 

-3- 

(From page 156.) 
JOANNA BAILEY, daughter of John Bailey, Sr., came to 



iS^ I'ART TWO. SECOND f.KNEKATION. 

New Enoland wilh hor father in 1635 or a few years later. She 
married VVillinm Huntington. lie was the son of Simon and 
Margaret Huntington of Roxhniy. He came to Salisbury as 
early as 1640, afterwards of Amesbury, residing on the banks of 
the Merrimac River, on a farm, a part of which has ever since 
been in possession of his descendants. 

CHII.DKKN. 

15 John Huntington, born in Salisbury, 1643. 

16 Mary Huntington, born in Amesbury, 1648; married 

Joshua Goldsmith. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

THIRD GENERATION. 



(From page 157.) 

REBECCA BAILEY, born 1641, was the daughter of John 
Bailey, Jr. and Eleanor (Emery) Bailey. She married Isaac 
Brown, August 22, 1661. 

cnir.DKEN. 

17 Ruth, born May 26, 1662. 

18 Thomas, born September 15, 1664. 

19 Rebecca, born March 15, 1667. 

-6- 

(From page 157). 

SARAH l^AILEY, born August 17, 1644, was the daugh- 
ter of John Bailey, Jr. and his wife, Eleanor (Emery) Bailey. 
She married Daniel Cheney, October 8, 1665. She died 
October 26, 1714. 

CltlLDKKN. 

20 Sarah, born September ii, 1666. 

21 Judith, born 1668. 

22 Daniel, born December 31, 1670. 

23 Hannah, born September 3, 1673. 

24 Joseph, born July 10, 1676. 

25 Eleanor, born Marcli 29. 1679. 

26 James, born April Ck 16S5 ; died 1694. 

-8- 

(From pane 157.) 

jOSl':PH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass, April 4, 
1648, was the son of John Bailey, Jr., and his wife, Eleanor 



l60 I'ART TWO. TI1IK[) (.I'.N F.RATION. 

(Emery) Bailey. He married I'riseilla, daughter of Capt. John 
and Rebecca (Trince) Putnam of Salem Village, (now Danvers). 
They removed to Arundel, Me., (near liristol) in 1700, and 
returned in 1703. His wife, Priscilla, died November 16, 1704, 
and was buried in Wardsworth Cemetery, Danvers. He married 
second, Widow Sarah Sawyer, November 27, 1707. Went again 
to Arundel, Me., and was there killed by the Indians, October 
23, 1723. 

CniLUKKN. 

27 Rebecca, born October 25, 1675. 

28 I'riseilla, born October 31, 1676; married Jonathan 

Walcott of Salem. 
29 John, born October 16, 1678. (See page 163.) 

30 Joseph, born January 28, 1681 ; married Lasst-lls. 

31 Hannah, born September 9, 1683; married Joshua 

Lassells. 

32 Daniel, born June 10, 1686. 

33 MartlKi, born June 9, 1688. 

34 Judith, born ]''ebruary 11, 1690. 

35 Lydin, born November 25, 1695 ; married Daniel Ritter 

of Rowley, May 13, 171 5. 
36 Sarah, born February 14, 1697; married Israel Joc- 
iyn; died 1771. (Seepage 163.) 

-9- 

(From page 157.) 

R1<:V. JAMi:S ]W\1LKY, horn September 12. 1650, was 
the son of John liailey, Jr., antl ICleanor (h'mery) Jiailey. He 
married Mnry ('arr, September 17, 1672. She was the daughter 
of George anil IClisabeth Carr of Salisbury, Mass. He gradu- 
ated at Harvard College, 1669; was minister at Salem Village, 
(now Danvers) from 1671 to 1680. He removed to Killing, 
worth, Conn., 1682, and loft before 1694. I^s wife, Mary, died 
at Killingworth, October 28, 1688. He married second, otie 
named Mary. She died October 23, 1717. He died at Roxbury, 
Mass., June 18, 1707. Jk^sides preaching at Roxbury, he was a 
practicing physician there. 



JOHN OF SALISIJURY HRANCH. THIRD GKNERATION. l6l 

CHILDREN. 

37 Mary, born July 5, 1673 J ^^'^d August 10, 1673. 

38 John, born 1675 '■> ^^s of Killingworth. 

(See page 164.) 

39 James, born 1678 ; died October 24, 

171 5. (See page 165.) 

40 Isaac, born October 22, 1681 ; died August 23, 171 1. 

(See page 166.) 

41 Sarah, born September 3, 1683 ; died 1683. 

42 Joshua, born 1685 ; married Elisabeth 

Johnson, April 25, 171 5 ; was of Haverhill. 

-11- 

(From page 157. 

ISAAC 15AILEY, born in Newbury, Mass, July 22, 1654, 
was the son of John Bailey, Jr., and his wife, Eleanor (Emery) 
Bailey. He married first Sarah Emery, June 13, 1683 She was 
the daughter of John Emery and his wife, Mary (Shatswell) 
Emery. She died April i, 1694. He married second, Rebecca 
Barllett, September 5, 1700. He died April 26, 1740. 

CHILDREN. 

43 Isaac, born December 30, 1683, died May 26, 1726 

(See page 166.) 

44 Joshua, born October 30, 1685 J ^'^d October 6, 1760. 

(See page 167.) 

45 David, born December 12, 1687. (See page 168.) 

46 Judith, born February 14, 1689. (See page 168.) 

47 Sarah, born February 11, 1691, (See page 168.) 

-13- 

(From page 157.) 

RACHEL BAILEY, born October 19, 1662, was the 
daughter of John Bailey, Jr., and Eleanor (Emery) Bailey. She 
married Samuel Poor, Jr., February 16, 1680. 

CHILDREN. 

48 Rebecca, born January 18, 168 1. 



l62 PART TWO. TMIKI) GICNliRATION. 

49 Samuel, born January 3, 1682 ; married Hannah, 

Morse. 

50 Juflith, born 1O83 ; died 1683. 

51 Sarah, born July 12, 1686. 

52 J^.leanor, born December 25, 1689. 

53 Rebecca, born March i, 1694. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

FOURTH gp:neration. 

-29- 

(From page 160.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., October 16, 
1678, was the son of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Priscilla (Put- 
nam) Bailey. He lived in Newbury, and married Mary Bartlett, 
September 5, 1700. She was the daughter of John Bartlett, and 
was born April 27, 1684 ; died March 19, 1708. John Bailey 
married second. Widow Sarah Giddings of Chebacco, (now 
Essex) ; baptized October 6, 171 1. 

CHILDREN. 

54 John, born March 10, 1701. (See page 170.) 

55 Joseph, born October 10, 1702. (See page 170.) 

56 Mary, born March 8, 1703; married Peter Merrill of 

Newbury, Mass. (Seepage 171.) 

57 Priscilla, born August 29, 17 12. (See page 171.) 

58 Daniel, born July 20, 1714; died 1753. (See page 171.) 

59 Hannah, born June 5, 1717. (See page 172 ) 

60 William, born October 10, 1719; died August 23, 1788. 

(See page 172.) 

61 James, born May 12, 1722; married Abigail Plumer 

September 20, 1744. 

62 Abigail, born January 14, 1724 ; married a Mr.Chase. 

-36- 

(From page 160.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born P'ebruary 14, 1698, was the 
daughter of Joseph and Priscilla (Putnam) Bailey. She married 
Israel Joclyn of Salem (date not given). They removed to 



164 TAKT TWO. FOURTH GENERATION. 

Arundel, Me., and lived until their father, Joseph liailey, was 
killed by the Indians, when they returned to Salem, and 
removed from there to Killingly, Conn. She died in 1771. 

CIIII.DKICN. 

C3 Israel, born September 30, 1719; married Mary 
Brown. 

64 Sarah, born February 8, 1722; married Joseph Manger 

at Killingly, Conn. 

65 (iitlcoii, born March 1, 1724. 

66 Josc))h, born May 14, 1726; married Mary Adams. 

67 Benjamin, born July 31, 1728; married Abigail Barrett. 

68 Hannah, born December 31, 1731; married a Mr. 

Merrill. 

69 Edward, born March 3, 1734 ; died young. 

70 John, born May 6, 1736; died in the Indian War at 

Lake George. 

NoTK. — Dana I.srael Joclyn, a descendant of Benjamin Joclyn (above) 
and Abigail liarrelt, is living in St. Louis, Mo. 

-38- 

(From page 161.) 

JOHN BAILI':Y, born at Salem Village, (now Danvcrs) 
1675, was the son of Rev. James Bailey and his wife, Mary (Carr) 
Bailey. He was of Ro.xbury, 171 1, and probably studied medi 
cine with his father, as the following appears in the town books 
ot Braintrcc, Mass: "At a town meeting held January 15, 1699. 
Voted that Mr. John Bailey of Ro.xbury should have five pounds 
money for keeping Abigail Neale providing he gives the town 
no further trouble about her." 

"At a town meeting held March 3, 1701. Voted that Doctor 
John Bailey of Roxbury should have eight pounds money for 
keeping Abigail Neale, providing he take up therewith, and 
give the town no further trouble." 

In another record dated January 6, 1700-1701, he is called 
"Doctor John Bailey of Roxbury." 

After the death of his father in 1706-1707 he probably fol- 
lowed his brother Isaac to Connecticut and lived and died there, 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FOURTH GENERATION. 165 

as in " 1750 John Bailey of Killingworth and Joshua Bailey of 
Haverhill, Mass., (brothers) petition the General Court of Con. 
necticut for themselves and their heirs, that the hundred acre lot 
granted to their father might be laid out to them." 

CHILDREN OF JOHN BAII.EV. 

Recorded in Roxbury. 

72 John, born February 19, 171 1. 

73 Anna, born February 25, 1727. 

74 Samuel, born August 14, 1731. 

-39- 

(From page 161.) 

JAMES BAILEY, born in Salem Village, (now Danvers) 
1678, was the son of Rev. James Bailey and his wife, Mary (Carr) 
Bailey. He married Elisabeth Ruggles, daughter of Cnpt. 
Samuel Ruggles of Roxbury, June 3, 1697. ^^^ was a saddler, 
and lived in Roxbury, and was known as Lieutenant Bailey. He 
died October 24, 1715. His wife died 1733. "Ad- 

mitted to full communion October, 1697. James Bailey, Sr , 
dismissed from church at Salem and recommended to this church 
same date James Bailey, Jr." (Roxbury church book.) 

CHILDREN. 

75 James, born March 22, 1698; died August 22, 1766. 

(Seepage 173.) 

76 Mary, born August 8, 1699 ; died December 4, 1700. 

77 Elisabeth, born December 29, 1702 ; married John 

Bennet ; removed to Lancaster, Mass. 
78 Samuel, born February i, 1705. (See page 175.) 

79 Mary, born March 16, 1707 ; died June 6, 1707. 

80 Anna, born January 7, 1708; married John Prentice; 

removed to Lancaster, Mass. 

81 Hulda, born July 10, 1710 ; died July 3, 171 r. 

82 Joshua, born August 26, 1713 ; probably died before 

1733. ''^s his name is not mentioned in settlement 
of the estate. 



l66 PART TWO. FOURTH GENERATION. 

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(From pajje i6i.) 

T.SAAC HAILEY, born in Salem Villa^^e, (now Danvers) 
October 22, 1681, was the .son of Rev. James l^ailey and bis wife, 
Mary (Carr) Bailey. He married Mercy Saxton. She was 
daiip;hler of Capt. Joseph and Hannah (Dennison) Saxton of 
Boston. They lived in Stonington, Conn., until 1707, tlun 
removed to Lebanon, Conn. He was admitted to the church at 
Stonington, Conn., July ii, 1703; dismissed to the church of 
I>cbanon, Conn., June g, 1707. He died August 23, lyii.at 
Lebanon. His widow married William Dewey. 

The following inscription appears on his gravestone in 
Lebanon, Conn. : 

Here lie.s ye body of that most ' 

Inj^enious & worthy gentleman 

Mr. Isaac 15ayley-ye husband , < 

of IVIrs .Mercy Bayley - He was a 

I\Tenil)er of ye University in 

Cambridge m New Kngland 

X: slept in Jesus- Aug. 23 

A. I )()mini, 17 r 1 in ye 50 year of his age. 

CIIII.DKICN. 
83 j'^soph, born July 25, 1703 ; died .SoptendxT 3. 1765. 

(Sec page 176.) 
<S4 Mercy (or Mary), born 1705 ; married John 

Ticknor, May 14, 1724. 
<S5 Isaac, born ; married Abigail Hunt, 

April 14, 1730. 
t^5 Sa.xton, born 1708; died 1743. 

(See page 176.) 

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(From page 161.) 

LSAAC BAH^EY, born in Newbury, Mass, December 30, 
1683, was the son of Isaac Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Lmery) 
Biiley. lie lived in Newbury, Mass, and married Sara, daugh- 
ter of Beniah and I>ydia (Poor) Titcomb, June 10, 1708. He died 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FOURTH GENERATION. 167 

May 26, 1726. His widow married Richard liartlett, September 

V. 1731- 

CHILDREN. 

87 Isaac, born March 21, 1709. (See page 176.) 

88 Edmond, born November 17, 1710; died November 21, 

1 801. (See page 177.) 

89 Samuel, born August 18, 1712 ; died February 9, 1730. 

90 Lydia, born January 4, 1714 ; died June 27, 1736. 

91 Moses, born November 11, 1716 ; died June 11, 1778. 
(See page 178.) 

92 Sarah, born January 23, 1718; died young. 

93 Judith, born March 18, 1720; died July 7, 1736. 

94 Joseph, born July 21, 1722 ; died July 12, 1736. 

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(From page 161.) 

JOSHUA BAILEY, born in Newbury, Ma.ss., October 30, 
1685, was the son of Isaac Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Emery) 
Bailey. He was a farmer in Newbury, Mass., and married Sarah 
Coffin, February 4, 1706. He died (October 6, 1760. lIis wife 
died November 27, 1768. 

CHILDREN. 

95 Stephen, born March i, 1708 ; died July 2, 1797. (See 

page 178.) 

96 Joshua, born 1712 ; died September 29, 

1786. (See page 179.) 

97 Abner, born January 15, 1715 ; died March 10, 1798. 

(See page 179.) 
q8 Enoch, born September 20, 1719 ; died 

1757. (See page 180.) 
99 Sarah, born February 14, 1721 ; died 

(See page 180.) 

100 Judith, born February 13, 1724; died 1764. 

(.See page 181.) 

101 Abigail, born February 13, 1724; died February 6 

1815. (See page 182.) 



l68 I'AUr IVVO. I'OUKTII (II'.N'KKATION. 

102 Jacob, horn July ig, 1726; clicd 1816. 

(See i^a^^c 182.) 

103 J<j1ti. l^orn May 4, 1729; died July 13, 1819. (See 

page 184 ) 

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(From page 161.) 

DAVID l^AILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., December 12, 
1687, was the son of Isaac l^ailey and his wife, Sarah (l-'niery) 
liiiley. He lived in Newbury, Mass. , and married Kxpeiience 
i\itnam, November 11, 1713. He died 1722. The widow ami 
two children removed to Tewksbury, Mass. 

chii.di<?:n. 
104 IClisabeth, born January 20, 1715; married Stephen 
Merrill, November 4, 1737. 

105 David, born April 18, 1717; died Septeml)cr 21,1778. 

(See i^age 184.) 

106 Jonathan, born July 6, 17 IQ. (See page 185 ) 

107 Nathan, born December 17, 1721. 

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(From page 161.) 

JUDITH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., February 11, 
1689, was the daughter of Isaac Bailey ami his wife, S.irah 
(Emery) Bailey. She married James Ordway, Novendjer 28, 
171 F. 

CHIf.DKKN. 

108 Judith, born January 15, 1712. 

109 Sarah, born Se[)tember i, 1715. 

110 Eunice, born September 4, 1717. 
1 I I Anna, born October 2, 17 19. 

-47- 

(From page 161.) 

SARAH ]iAIL]':Y, born in Newbury, Mass., h'ebruary 11, 
1691, was the daughter of Isaac IJailey and his wife, Sarah 
(ICmeiy) liailey. She married first, Benjamin Chase, 1718; sec- 



JOFiN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION, 169 

ond, Richard Carr, June 13, 1720 She was his second wife, he 
having previously married Widow Lytlia Judith Coffin. He died 
March 4, 1732. Sarah Bailey died June 27, 1736. Her children 
were by her second husband. 

CHILDREN. 

112 Sarah, born July 21, 1721. 

113 Judith, born July 21, 1721. 

114 Klisabeth, born January 28, 1723. 

115 Richard, born March 13, 1725. 

116 Rebecca, born January 9, 1727. 

117 James, born October 3, 1728. 

118 Mary, born July 6, 1730. 



23 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

FII'TII GICNKRAIION. 

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(F'loni page if) ,5.) 

JOHN 1{AILI':Y, horn in Newbury, Mass., Marcli 10, 
T/oi, was the son of John Bailey and his wife, Mary (Haillell) 
Bailey. He married Raehel L.eadiary of Marblehcad, Novenihcr 
14, 1721. He removed to Falmouth, Me., before 172<S, where 
six of his children were born. 

CHILDKEN. 

119 John, born October 20, 1722. 

120 Mary, born November 4, 1726. 

121 Joseph, born February 22, 1728. 

122 Sarah, born July 11, 1730. 

123 Rachel, born May 22, 1732. 

124 Elisabeth, born November 7, 1733. 

125 William, born November 6, 1735. 

126 David, born October 28, 1737. 

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(F>om page 16 j.) 

JOSFl'H BAILICY, born in Newbury, Mass, October 10. 
1702, was the son of John liailey and his wife Mary, (liarlKit) 
Ikiiley He married Deborah llutlson, October 22, [726. He 
lived in Newbury, Mass., where his first child was born, then 
lemoved to l'"alinouih, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

127 Josepli, born No\'eml)er 5, 1727. 
12S Mary, born October 25, 1729. 

129 Huds(;n, born August 24, 1731. 

130 l*^leazar, born May 22, 1733 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. I/I 

131 Deborah, born December 13, 1735. 

132 Rebecca, born May 21, 1737. 

-56- 

(From page 163.) 

MARY BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., March 8, 1703, 
was a (laughter of John liailey and his wife, Mary (Bartlett) 
Hailey. She married Peter Merrill. He was a son of Daniel 
Merrill, born April 8, 1703. After Mary's death he married 
IViscilla Annis. 

CHILDREN. 

'33 Josiah, baptized December 3, 1721. 

134 Mary, born ; married Jabez Bradbury, 

May 16, 1759. 

135 Hannah, born ; married a Mr. Noyes. 

136 Judith, born March 18, 1728. 

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(From page 163.) 

PRISCILLA BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass , August 
29, 1712, was the daughter of John Bailey and his wife, Widow 
S.ir.ih (Giddings) Bailey. She married Ichabod Atkinson. 

CHILDREN. 

137 Mose.s, born September 22, 1734. 

138 Abigail, born ; married Abner Little, son 

of Dea. Stephen Little and his wife, Judith 
(Bailey) Little. 

139 Hannah, born September 21, 1743. 

140 Eunice, born September 18, 1759 

-58- 

(From page 163.) 

DANIEL BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., July 20, 
1714, was the son of John Bailey and his wife, Widow Sarah (Gid- 
dings) Bailey. He married Widow Deborah Dunn. She was the 
daughter of Samuel Skillings of Falmouth, Me. Daniel died 



1/2 I'ART TWO. FIFllI (iliNKK ATION. 

before 1753. Adminisl ration |)rii)cr given to Widow Deborah 
Bailey, April 25, 1753. 

CHILDREN. 

141 John Giddiiig, born (See page 1^7.) 

142 James, born ; married Sarah 

Both died before 1773. 

143 Elisabeth, born ; married Richard Went- 

worth, October 23, 1760. 

144 Abigail, born ; married Smith Woodward 

Cobb, July 26, 1760. 

145 Deborah, born ; married George Smith. 

146 Nehemiah, born ; tlied, aged eight years 

and six months. 

147 Daniel, born ; married Dorcas Tucker ; 

baptized Jinie 5, 1774. 

-59- 

(From page 163.) 

HANNAH BAH.KY, born in Newbury, Mass., June 5, 
1717, was the daughter of John Bailey and his wife, Widow 
Sarah (Giddings) Bailey. She married James Merrill, son of 
Nathan, October 2, 1723. 

CHILDKEN. 

148 Sarah, born October 16, 1735 ; married Thomas Bote. 

149 Juda, born November 7, 1739; died young. 

150 Nathan, born January 8, 1742. 

151 llaimah, born ; married a Mr, .Staples. 

152 James, born April 6, 1745. 

153 I^dmund, born Ai)ril 19, 1748 ; married Charily i'roclor. 

154 Joseph, born January 19, 1755. 

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(From page 163.) 

CAIT. WUTTAM imHJ-.Y, born in Newbury, Mas.s., 
October 10, 1719, was the son of John Bailey and his wife, 
Widow Surah (Giddings) Bailey, lie married Anna Lowell, 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. 1/3 

November 25, 1742. She was the daughter of Gideon Lowell of 
Amesbury. She was born 1724, and died 1774 They lived in 
Amesbury, Mass., where he was engaged in ship building. He 
married second, one named Mary. He died August 23, 1788. 

CHILDREN. 

155 Daniel, born June 28, 1744 ; married Anna 

(See page 188.) 

156 James, born September 30, 1746; died September 23, 

1822. (See page 188.) 

157 Sarah, born July 11, 1749; married Elijah Clough. 

158 Hannah Lowell, born ; married Daniel 

Currier. 

159 Klisabcth, born April 2, 1753. (Seepage 189.) 

160 Anna, born . (See page 189.) 

161 Mary, born . (See page 190.) 

-75- 

(From page 165.) 

REV. JAMES BAILEY, son of James and Elizabeth 
(Ruggles) Bailey, was born in Ro.xbury, Mass., 1698, and gradu. 
ated at Harvard in 1719. He married Sarah . Their 

first child was born in Andovcr, Mass. The others were born 
in Wevmouth, Mass. Rev. James Bailey after his graduation 
from Harvard lived in Andover, Mass., where he taught school. 
He was probably studying theology at the same time. He was 
ordained first pastor of the Second Congregational Church of 
Weymouth, September 26, 1723. He died August 22, 1766, in 
the 69th year of his age and the 43d year of his pastorate, and 
was buried in the old burying ground on Pleasant street, South 
Weymouth. His wife died in lioston, and was probably buried 
on Boston Common, Tomb No. 14. He served his first and 
only pastQrate in Weymoutii and received as a salary £']6 a 
year, and a settlement of £\lo. He was greatly beloved by his 
people, and was held in high esteem by the neighboring 
parishes. His labors in the second precinct of Weymouth were 
greatly blessed, as the records of the church will show. During 
the years 1737 to 1740, there was a great revival of religion 



1^4 I'Aur TWO. iiiTii (;|'.ni:ka TfON. 

throughout Now ICngland and i^rcnt nuiiibt'is united themselves 
to the church and testified by their conduct throu<;]i life, the 
genuineness of their profession. The Second Church of Wey- 
mouth felt the influence of this revival and we find by its records 
that in April, 1740, no less than 45 adult persons were taken into 
the church on one Sabbath day and received full communion. 
The following inscription is found on his gravestone : 

Sic Transit (iloria Mundi 

Here lies interred ye remains of ye Rev. James Hailey, horn at Koxl)ury, 
took his first decree at Harvard College, 1719, ordained first pastor of the 
Second Church ot Christ in Weymouth, Sept. 26, 1723. After a linf^eriiig 
indisposition departed this life August 22d, 1766, in ye 6yth year of his age 
in ye firm and supporting belief of those doctrines of grace which he had 
for ye space of 43 years preached publicly and from house to house. 

The sweet remembrance of ye just 
.Shall Hdurish when they sleep in flust. 

Some 15 years ago Hon. Josei)h W. I'ortcr of Jiangor, a 
member of the Maine Historical and Genealogical Society, 
wrote a short account of Minister Bailey's family, lie sug- 
gested the idea that some one ought to take up the icmains of 
the old minister and i)lace them in some incorporated cemetery 
where the monument would be protected and cared for, as he 
had married and buried the jjcople oi South VVeyniouth fcjr 
almost 50 years. In accordance with Mr. Porter's stiggestion 
(the descendants of Minister Hailey consenting) m the simimcr 
of 1890 his remains, with those of iiis family, together with the 
head stones, which had been somewhat shattered by the hand of 
the vandal, were carefully and tenderly removed to Highland 
Cemetery, and were there placed in the Dea. Nathaniel J^ailey 
(son to Minister Bailey) lot. 

CHILDREN. 

162 James, born January 15, 1722. 

163 Sarah, born April 27, 1724; died 1733. 

164 Joshua, born November 24, 1726; married first, Mary 

Jilanchard ; married second, Jilizabeth Holbrook ; 
1762 removed to Woolwich, Me. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. I75 

165 Thomas, born October lo, 1728; removed to Boston 

and had a large family. 

166 Samuel, born March 27, 1730; mirried Catherine 

Phipps of Chirlostowii, Djcembor 20, 1753; re- 
moved to lioston. 
167 Nathaniel, born December 27, 1732 ; died December 
17, 18 12. (See [)age 190.) 

168 Daniel, born April i, 1734; died 1734. 

169 Sarah, born Jane 15, 1735; married John Pratt of 

Weymouth, 1756. 

170 John, born February 2, 1737 ; removed to Woolwich, 

Maine. 

171 Daniel, born October 17, 1742. 

172 Mary, born October 17, 1742 ; married Josiah Pratt of 

Weymouth, 1759. 

173 Benjamin, born December i, 1745 ; died 1764. 

-78- 

(From page 165.) 

SAMUKL BAILEY, born in Roxbury, Mass, February 
I, 1705, was tlie son of Jamjs Biileyanl his wife, Klisibjth 
(Ruggles) Bailey. Me lived on the old homostoad in Roxbury, 
and married Anna Rich irvU.)n. Shj was b.)rn Mayii, 1710, 
Both are buried at Ward, (now Auburn) Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

174 Elisabeth, born September 19, 173 1. 

175 Samuel, born January 28, 1733; died 

176 Joshua, born March 17, 1735. 

177 Anna, born March 28, 1737. 

178 Susannah, born ; died April 12, 1745. 

179 Samuel, born January 25, 1743. 

180 Susannah, born May 6, 1745 ; died October 5, 1750. 

181 Abigail, born June 21, 1750. 

182 Isaac, born February i, 1753. (See page 191.) 



1/6 I'AKT TWO. lUTH GICNEKATION. 

-83- 

(From pa{;e i66.) 

JOSICl'H liAILICY, born in Stonin^ton, Conn., July 25, 
1703, was Ihe son of Isaac IJailey and liis wife, Mercy Saxton 
l^ailey. He lived in Lebanon. Conn.; married Abigail Ingra- 
ham, May 24, 1724. She was born in Hadlcy, Mass., 1700. 
Joseph died September 3, 1765. 

CHILDKl'.N. 

I.S3 Mary, born 1725 ; married Amos Harrows. 

184 Anna, born July 9, 1727; married John Gay, Jr. 

185 Mercy, born October, [730. (Seepage 191.) 

186 Joseph, b')rn May 4, 1733. (See pige 192) 

187 James, l)orn August 22, 1735; married Lucy Gay; had 
13 children. 

188 ICIisabeth, born October 9, 1737. (See page 192) 

189 Samuel, born July 18, 1739. (See page 193.) 

-86- 

(From pa^e 166.) 

SAXTON liAILKY. born m Lebanon, Conn., 1708, 

was the son of Isaac Bailey and iiis wife, Mercy (Saxton) liailey. 
He married June 24, 1731, FLannali Hunt, lie died 1743. 

Cmi.DKI'.N. 

190 Saxton, born July 3, 1743; died August 10, iii2^ 

(See page 193.) 

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(From page 167.) 

ISAAC I^AH.KY, born in Newbury, Mass, March 21, 
1709, was the son of Isaac Bailey and his wife, Sara ( Titcomb) 
liailey. He married Abigad Hills, April 15, 173 1. He died 
previous to 1753. His wife was appointed administratrix of his 
estate at Ipswich, Mass., October 8, 1753. She married Caleb 
Moody, Jr., June 3, 1756. 



JOHN OF SALISDURV BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. I77 

CHILDREN. 

191 Isaac, born June 15, 1732 ; died August 9, 1736. 

192 Susannah, born (See page 194.) 

193 Abigail, born . (See page 194) 

194 Abner, born April 9, 1738; died January 29, 1821. 

(See page 195.) 
195 Simon, born December 31, 1739; married Mary Hazle- 
tinc, November 29, 1762. 

196 Sarah, born April 30, 1741. (See page 195.) 

197 Isaac, born April 18, 1743. (See page 196.) 

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(From page 167.) 

DEA. EDMOND HAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., 
November 17, 1710, was the son of Isaac Hailey and his wife, 
Sara ( ritcomb) Bailey. He lived in Newbury (in that part now 
called West Newbury). He married first, Mary Parkhurst of 
Weston, August 27, 1731. She died September 24, 1736. He 
married second, Abigail lUrtlett, May 22, 1739. She died 
January 21, 1757. He married third. Prudence Morse of New- 
bury, January 4, 1758. Deacon Edmond died November 21, 
1801. 

CHILDREN. 

198 Samuel, born 173 1 ; died March, 1732. 

199 Samuel, born April 19, 1732; died 1736. 

200 Josiah, born January 26, 1733 ; died I735. 

201 Josiah, born August , 1736; died young. 

202 Nathaniel, born March 5, 1740; married Martha 

Emery, August 6, 1761. 
203 Edmond, born September 2, 1741. (See page 196) 
204 Samuel; born December 30, 1742. 

205 Abigail, born October i, 1744. (See page 197.) 

206 Judith, born October 1, 1744. (See page 197 ) 

207 Thomas, born February 14, 1746; married i'Jisabeth 

Kimball. 

208 David, born November 15, 175 1 ; died Januarys, 1757. 

209 S.irah, born March 7, 1759. 

210 Josiah, born June 4, 1764. (Seepage 198.) 



1^8 PART TWO. FIFTH GENFRATION. 

-91- 

(P'rom pa^e 167). 

MOSKS l^AILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., November 11, 
1716, was the st)ii of Isaac liailey ami Sara (Titconib) Bailey. 
He married Mary Onlway of Newbury, July 10, 1739. Sbe 
(lied January 21, 1761. He married second, Ruth March, July 
25, 1761. lie died June 11, 1778. Administration was <;ranted 
on the estate of Moses Jiailey of Newbury, innkeeper, to 
Stephen Mor.se, June 29, 1778. Moses and Joseph Bailey were 
not nuMitioned. 

CI 1 1 1, DK FN 

211 Moses, born March 12, 1740. 

212 Mary, born January 9, 1741. (See p.ij^^e 198.) 

213 Abii;,nl, born March 29, 1744. (See page 198.) 

214 Joseph, born May 18, 1746. 

215 I'rudence, born June 27, 1748; died JJecember 30, 

1748. 
216 Sarah, born July 2, 1750. (See paj^c 199.) 

217 lietty, born April 20, 1753. 
218 I'rutlence, born January 16, 1757. (See page 199.) 

219 Hannah, born July ii, 1759. 

-95- 

(From page 167.) 

Sri'.riH^N BAILICY, born in Newbury, Mass., March i, 
i7(j8, was the son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Coffin) 
I'.ailey. He married Hannah Kelly of Newbury, Mass, May 13, 
1729. Slie was the daughtei of John and I'llisabc-th (I'jiiery) 
Kelly. She died January iG, 1784. Stephen Bailey died 
July 2, 1797, and was buried in J?ridge Street Cemetery, West 
Newbury. 

CIIII.DKFN. 

220 S.u.d), born January 2, 1732; died 

221 A child, born Ajjril 8, 1735. 

222 Stephen, born October 23, 1736; died JJecember 6, 
1771. (See page 200.) 



lOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. I79 

223 Hannah, born November i8, 1738. 

224 Enoch, born April 26, 1741. (See page 200) 

225 Daniel, born April 26, 1741. 

226 Joshua, born May 27, 1744. 

227 Sarah, born October 29, 1746. 

228 Amos, born March 20, 1750. 

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(From page 167.) 

LIEUT. JOSHUA BAH.EY, born m Newbury, Mass., 
April 7, 17 12, was the son of Joshua liailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Coffin) Bailey. He married Elisabeth Chase, August 17, 1734. 

"Joshua, Jr., and wife Elisabeth dismissed and recognized 
ill the second church of Newbury (now first church of West 
Newbury,) April i, 1769." 

"Mr. Joshua, being chosen to the office of deacon among 
us, June 26, 1770, God was please to incline his heart to the 
office, March 2, 1771." (Copied from the church records, West 
Newbury, Mass.) Deacon Joshua died September 29, 1786. 
His gravestone is in Rocksbridge Cemetery, West Newbury. 

CHILDREN. 

229 Sarah, born February 7, 1742; married a Mr. Smith. 

230 Bettie, born June 2, 1750; died December 31, 1750. 

231 Anna, born August 17, 1753; married Samuel Currier; 

removed to Berlin, Vt. 

232 Elisabeth, born October 26, 1755; married a Mr. Tit- 

comb. 
233 Joshua, born May 11, 1757; died March 15, 1809. (See 
page 201.) 
234 Rhoda, born March 7, 1759; married a Mr. Emerson. 

235 Paul, born July 16, 1763. (See page 201.) 

236 Ebenezer, born March 3, 1766. (See page 202.) 

-97- 

(From page 167.) 

REV. ABNER JJAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., Janu- 
ary 15, 171 5, was the son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sarah 



l8o I'AKT TWO. FIFTH GKNKKA'JION. 

(Coffin) Hailey. lie married Mary Baldwin in 1738. She 
was the daughter ot Henry lialdwin of Woburn, Mass. She 
died I^'ebriiary 18, 1789. Rev. Abnei was ordained at Salem, 
N. II., 1740, and preached there 58 years. He died March 10, 
1798; was buried at Salem Centre, N. H. Hon. Jolin Bailey 
of Wells Kiver, Vt., has two sermons written by Rev. Abner 
Bailey, and " preached at Salem, N. H., Lord's Day, November 
28, 1779" — on infant baptism. 

CHILDKEN. 

237 I'olly, born June 14, 1746. (See page 203) 

238 I'vlisabelh, born May 26, 1752 ; died September 21, 

1803. (See page 203.) 

239 Lavina, born June 27, 1756 (Seepage 204) 

240 Sarah, born March 13, 1758. : , 

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(From page 167.) 

ICNOCII BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., September 
20, 1719, was the son of Joshua liailcy and his wife, Sarah 
(Coffin) Bailey. He married Priscilla Frye. He graduated at 
Harvard. After jireaching sometime, he entered the army as 
chaplain, and died at Albany in 1757. 

CIIILDRl'.N. 

241 Daniel, born ; died aged eight years and five 

months. 

242 l''rye, born January 23, 1748. 

243 Hannah, born October 22, 1750; died 1756. 

244 Jk'tsy, born November 5, 1752. 

245 ICnoch, born 

99- 

(From i)ap;e 167 ) 

SARAH BAILl-.Y, born in Newbuiy, Mass., I'Y^bruary 
15, 1721, was the daughter of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Coffin) B.iiley. She married Kdward Toppan of Newbury, 
Mass , September 7, 1743. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. l8l 

CHILDREN. 

246 Abraham, born October 15, 1744. 

247 Anna, born 1746; died 1757. 

248 Sarah, born ; married Josiah IJttle. 

249 Mary, born June 15, 1750; married Nathaniel Little. 

250 Patience, born January 6, 1753. 

251 Joshua, born 

252 Edward, born September 13, 1754. 

253 Stephen, born December 6, 1756 ; married Edna Little. 

254 Enoch, born May 7. 1759 ; married Mary Coffin ; mar- 

ried second, Mary Merrill. 

255 Anna, born 

256 Abner, born 

257 Judith, born , 1768. 

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(From page 167.) 

JUDITH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., February 
13, 1724, was a daughter of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Coffin) Bailey. She married Dea Stephen Little, June 5, 
1743. They lived for 30 years after their marriage at Turkey 
Hill, West Newbury ; afterwards on a farm he owned in Sandy 
Lane, now North Atkinson street. He was a deacon of Dr. 
Spring's Church, Newburyport. Judith died 1764. Her hus- 
b.ind married second, Mary Long. He died 1793. 

CHILDREN. 

258 Joshua, born March 15, 1744 ; died May 2, 1744. 

259 Stephen, born May 30, 1745 ; married Sarah Jackson ; 

was a physician at Portsmouth, N. H. 

260 Joshua, born July 8, 1747; mairied Eunice Atkinson. 

261 Abner, born 1750; married Abigail, daughter 

of Ichabod and Priscilla (Bailey) Atkinson. 

262 Judith, born 1753 ; married Joseph Merrick. 

263 Tcmi)erance, born I757; married Enoch Mer- 

rill ; had a child, Sarah, born March 5, 1780, who 
uuirried Moses Bailey in 1803, as second wife. 



1 82 PART TWO. FIFTH GENERATION. 

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(From page 167.) 

ABIGAIL BAILEY, twin to Judith, born in Newbury, 
Mass., February 13, 1724, was the daughter of Joshua Bailey 
and his wife, Sarah (Coflfin) Bailey. She married Col. Moses 
Little, June i, 1743. He built a house on Turkey Hill, West 
Newbury, and there they lived until his death. Abigail (Bailey) 
Little was a woman of much courage and ability like others of 
her family. She died February 6, 1715, aged 91 years. 

CHILDREN. 

264 Sarah, born December 15, 1743; married John Noyes. 

265 Michael, born June 9, 1746; died 1746. 

266 Josiah, born I^'ebruary 16, 1748; married Sarah Top 

pan; daughter of Edward and Sarah (liailey) 
Toppan. 

267 Abigail, born April 2, 1749; married John Gidding 

l^ailey, son of Daniel and Widow Deborah (Dunn) 
Bailey. 

268 Lydia, born November 24, 1751 ; married John 

Atkinson. 

269 l^lisabeth, born September 3, 1754; married John 

Carr. 

270 Anna, born March 30, 1757 ; died May 13, 1775. 

271 Mary, born September 22, 1759; married Mathias P. 

Sawyer; married second, Joshua FoUansbee. 

272 Hannah, born May 21, 1762; married Moses Sawyer. 

273 Moses, born January 20, 1767; married Elisabeth 

Dummer. 

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(From page 168.) 

GEN. JAC(3B BAILEY, son of Joshua and Sarah (Coflfin) 
liailey, was born in Newbury, Mass., July 2, 1726. He married 
rrudcnce Noyes, October 16, 1745. She was the daughter of 
Kpliraini and Prudence (Stickney) Noye.s. She died June 
I, 1809. 

Gen. Jacob Bailey settled first in Hampstead, N. H, He 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENFRATION. 183 

raised a company of which he was captain at the commence- 
ment of the French War, 1756. He was at the capture of Fort 
William Henry, and ran the gauntlet at the dreadful massacre 
that occurred by the violation of the plighted faith of the enemy, 
in August, 1757, and was one of those who escaped to Fort 
Edward. He was made colonel by General Amherst and was 
with him at the taking of Fort Ticonderoga and Crown Point in 
1759. In 1763 he obtained a charter for a township in Vermont 
where he removed in 1764. He was there appointed by New 
York, brigadier-general, and soon after, by General Washing 
ton, commissary-general of the northern department, which 
involved great responsibilities and subjected him to dangers, 
difificulties and sacrifices of an extraordinary character. A 
reward of 500 guineas was offered for his capture, dead or alive, 
and it required constant vigilance to escape the scouts sent 
from Canada to take him. He made a treaty with the St. 
Francis tribe of Indians, and was looked up to as a father by 
them and by the friendly Indians. By means of spies he 
acquired important intelligence respecting the movements of 
the liritish and rendered great service with his purse, pen and 
person before and at the time of the capture of liurgoyne. 
Several of his sons served with him against the liritish. He 
sacrificed a large estate in the service of his country, for which 
he never received any compensation He was judge of probate 
for Newbury district, Vt., in 1778, chief judge of Orange County 
Court from 1781 to 1791, e.xcejiting the years, 1783 and 1784 

Gen. Jacob Bailey has appropriately been called the "father 
of Newbury," Vt., for he was not only the original grantee but 
also the pioneer mover in most of the important early enter- 
prises connected with its settlement. He died at Newbury, Vt., 
March i, 1816. 

CHILDRFN. 

274 Kphraim, born October 5, 1746. (See page 204.) 

275 Abigail, born January 16, 1749; died young. 

276 Noyes, born l*'ebruary 16, 1751 ; died young. 

277 Joshua, born June 11, 1753 (See page 205 ) 

278 Jcicob, born (October 2, 1755. (See page 206) 

279 James, born October i, 1757; died 1784 (Sec 

page 207 ) 



184 PART TWO. FIFTH GENERATION. 

280 Amherst, born Januiry 16, 1760; married Stevens. 

281 Abner, born December 10, 1763 ; died 1783. 

282 John, born May 20, 1765. (See page 207.) 

283 Isaac, born June 28, 1767 ; died 1850. (See page 208.) 

-103- 

(From page r68 ) 

JOHN BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., May 4, 1729, 
was the son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Coffin) l^ailey. 
lie married Anna Chase, September 21, 1752. She was the 
daughter of Joseph Chase, Jr, and his wife, Mary (Morse) 
Chase. John Bailey died about 1771. 

CIIII.DKI'.N. 

284 Daniel, born February 18, 1754; died May 9, 1833. 

(See page 208 ) 
285 John, born February 8, 1756; died February 7, 1762. 
286 Susannah, born March 29, 1758. (Sec page 209.) 

287 Anna, born November 22, 1760; died unmarried, 

October 23, 1780. 

288 Judith, born April 5, 1763 ; died unmarried, July, 1784. 
289 John, born December 28, 1765. (See page 209.) 

290 Abigail, born March, 1767 ; died unmarried. 

291 Abner, born May 9, 1770; died unmarried. 

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(From page 168.) . , 

DAVID BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., March 18, 
1717, was the son of David and his wife, ICxpericnce (Putnam) 
i^ailey. lie married in Newbury, Mass., IClisabeth Dole, De- 
cember 27, 1737. His two first children are recorded in New- 
bury, Mass. lie afterwards removed to Tewksbury, Mass. 
I lis wife died September 21, 1778, at Andover, Mass. After his 
wife's death he went to Jaffrey, N. 11., with his youngest son, 
Oliver. Me removed from Jaffrey, N. H., to Windsor, Vt., 
thence to St. Louis, Mo., and there died. 

CHILDREN. 

292 David, born February 18, 1740; died December 16, 

1747- 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. 185 

293 Oliver, born Novembers, 1742; died in the French 

War. 

294 IJenjamin, born September 13, 1744; died Octobar 

31. 1744- 

295 Elisabeth, born January 3, 1746; died February 

28, 1746. 

296 Abraham, born January 25, 1747; died May 12, 1838. 

(See page 210.) 

297 Eunice, born April 4, 1749; died December 5, 1842. 

(See page 211.) 

298 Elisabeth, born July 4, 1751 ; died September 29, 1819. 

(See page 212.) 

299 David, Jr., born March 21, 1754. (See page 212.) 

300 Sarah, born September 14, 1756 ; died August 22, 

1824. (See page 213.) 

301 Ednah, born October 14, 1758; died July 10, 1794. 

(See page 213.) 

302 Olive, born August 13, 1761. (See page 214.) 

303 Hannah, born July 3, 1764; died October 21, 1850. 

(See page 214) 

304 Oliver, born February 8, 1768; died December 8, 

1855. (See page 215 ) 

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(From page 168.) 

JONATHAN BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., July 6, 
1 7 19, was the son of David Bailey and his wife. Experience 
(Putnam) Bailey. He married Susannah Trull and removed to 
Tewksbury, Mass., where the children are recorded. 

CHILDREN. 

305 Rebecca, baptized January 11, 1747. 

306 Susannah, born May 14, 1749; died July 9, 1750. 

307 Jonathan, born May 12, 1751. 

308 Samuel, born July 22, 1753. 

309 John, born July 27, 1755. (See page 216.) 

310 Noah, born October 23, 1757. 

311 Susannah, born March 14, 1762; married Jacob Stead- 

ley, Jr., November 29, 1784. ' 

li 



l86 I'AKT TWO. I'lFTIl C.I'.N Kl< ATION. 

312 Tamar, born June 11, 1764; married Samuel I'^armer, 
May 5, 1785. 
313 James, baptized November 9, 1766; died August 15, 
1839. (See page 216.) 

314 Mary, born June 24, 1769. 

315 Moses, born February 4, 1774. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

-141- 

(From page 172.) 

JOHN GIDDINGM^AILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., or 
I'^al mouth, Me., date unknown, was the son of Daniel Bailey 
and his wife. Widow Deborah (Dunn) Bailey. He married 
Abigail Little. She was the daughter of Col. Moses Little and 
his wife, Abigail (Bailey) Little. She was born April 2, 1749, 
and died September 20, 1838. He removed from Newbury, 
Mass, to Newbury, Vt. He died in the winter of 1817 18. 
The children are recorded in the records of Newbury, Mass , 
the seven last ones as born in Newbury, Coos County, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

316 Sarah, born November 25, 1765. (See page 218) 

317 James, born August 17, 1767; died 1847. (See 

page 218 ) 
318 liettie, born January 29, 1770; died December, 1788. 

319 Moses Little, born January 10, 1772. (See page 219) 

320 Abigail, born June 25, 1774. (See page 219.) 

321 Anna, born May 12, 1776; died October 15, 1839. 

(See page 220.) 

322 John, born August 17, 1778; removed to Ohio. 

323 Prudence, born November 13, 1780; married a Mr. 

Briggs, a tailor of Wells River, Vt. 

324 Daniel, born September 27, 1782. (See page 220.) 

325 Josiah Little, born May 28, 1786; died February 6, 

1835. (See page 221.) 
326 William Wigglesworth, born May 12, 1788. and served 
in the War of 1812; settled in Maine. 
327 Betsy (or Elisabeth) Maria, born November 26, 1789; 
died October, 1838. (See page 221.) 



l88 PART IWO. SIXTH (JKNEUATION. 

328 Mary I'^ollansbee, born January 28, 1793. (See 
page 222.) 

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(From page 173.) 

DANIEL BAILHY. born in Amcsbury, Mass., June 28, 
1744. was the son of Capt. William and Anna (Lowell) Hailey. 
He married Anna ^WnAtK. Administration of estate of Daniel 
Bailey, shipwright of Amesbury, Mass., was granted to Anna 
Bailey, wife of Daniel Bailey, 1790. 

CHILDREN. 

329 William, born January 24, 1769. 

330 lietsy, born January 29, 1771 ; married Jeremiah 

Jiagley ; married second, a Mr. Goodrich. 

331 Anna, (or Nancy) born May 5, 1779; married Joseph 

Hackett, 1798. 

-156- 

(From page 173.) 

JAMES BAILEY, born in Amesbury, Mass., September 
30, 1746, was the son of Capt. William Bailey and his wife, 
Anna (Lowell) Bailey. He married first, Abigail Sargent. She 
was the daughter of Dea. Olando 'Sargent of Amesbury. 
She died June 20, 1800. He married second, in Amesbury, 
Dorcas Bartlett, daughter of Francis Bartlett. He died Sep- 
tember 23, 1822. "Ship Pease built by James Bailey of Ames- 
bury, Mass.," registered at the Custom House, Newburyport, 
1789. "Tonage 255." 

CHILDREN. 

332 John, born February 4, 1770; died 1795. 

333 Jonathan Sargent, born December 31, 177L (Slc 

l)agc 222.) 

334 Sally, born Sci>tembL,T 20, 1774. (See page 222.) 

335 James, born October 17, 1775; went to sea and died 
at Surinam, May 24, 1796. 
336 William, born March 20, 1779 (See page 223.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY DRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 189 

337 Betsy Sargent, born November 13, 1781 ; died 
January i, 1801, 
338 Orlando Sargent, born December 22, 1784; died 1817. 
(See page 223.) 

339 Daniel C, born April 26, 1787 ; died at sea, December 

5. 1805. 

340 Charles Worthen, born February 17, 1790; went to 

sea; was impressed and served on a Ikitish ship 
of war. In consequence of the efforts of his 
brother, who went to Halifax for that purpose, 
he was released, and came home after an absence 
of many years. Went to sea again and was never 
heard from. 
341 Moses, born January 17, 1792. (See page 224.) 

342 James, born February 14, 1804; unmarried. 

-159- 

(From page 173.) 

BFTSY (or ELISABETH) BAILEY, born in Ames- 
bury, January 29, 1753, was a daughter of Capt. William liailey 
ami his wife, Anna (Lowell) Bailey. She married Benjamin 
Worthen, July 31, 1779, of Newbury. 

CHILDREN. 

343 Charles, born December 4, 1779. 

344 Daniel, born August 19, 1782. 

-160- 

(From page 173.) 

ANNA BAILEY, born in Amesbury, was the daughter of 
Capt. William Bailey and his wife, Anna (Lowell) Bailey. She 
married Amos Atkinson of Newbury, 1779- 

CHILDREN. 

345 Charles, born 

346 Amos, born 

347 Nancy Johnson, born 

348 William, born 1786; married Anna Little. 

349 George, born November 17, 1788. 



JQO 1>AKT TWO. SIXTH GKNERATION. 

-161- 

(From page 173) 

MARY (or MOLLY) BAILKY, born in Amesbnry, Mass., 
was the daughter of Capt. William l^ailey and his wife, Anna 
(Lowell) liailey. She married Capt. John lilaisdell ; baptized 
November 5, 1786, of Amesbury. 

CHir.DUF.N. 

350 John, born March 11, 1789. 

351 Daniel, born October 20, 1793. 

352 James, born May 26, 1796. 

-167- 

(from page 175.) 

DKA. NATHANIEL l^AILEY, born in Weymouth, 
December 27, 1732, was the son of Rev. James J^ailey and his 
wife, Sarah ( ) l^ailey. He married first, 'famar White 

She was the daughter of Dr. Nathaniel White and his wife, 
Sarah (Lowell) White. She died June 20, 1789, aged 58 years. 
He married second. Widow Deborah Pratt. Her first husband. 
John Pratt, Jr., was a son of John and Sarah (Bailey) Pratt, 
The old colonial house of Dea. Nathaniel Bailey is still stand- 
ing on Main street. South Weymouth, at the foot ot the hill 
which bore his name and afterwards that of his son. Major 
Bailey. 

Dea. Nathaniel Bailey was one of the most important men 
of his day in the south parish of Weymouth. He was a soldier 
in the French War, 1755, at Crown Point, as ensign, under 
command of Cai)t. Samuel Tha.xter, and afterwards held the 
rank of captain in the State Militia. He was an active member 
of the church and held the office of deacon. He was an ardent 
patriot during the Revolutionary War, working for the best 
interests of the colonies. He was elected delegate from Wey- 
mouth to the first I'rovincial Congress of Deputies in the 
Province of Massachusetts lliy in New lOngland, convened at 
Salem on 1^'nday, October, 1774. He died at South Weymouth, 
December 17, 1812, and was buried at Highland Cemetery. 
His wife, Deborah Bailey, died August 31, 1830. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. IQI 

CHILDREN. 

353 Lydia, born August i, 1755 ; married John Thomas. 

354 Tamar, born December 13, 1756; married Josiah 

Thayer, May 11, 1786; removed to Sterling, 
Massachusetts. 
355 Samuel, born June 14, 1758; died March 16, 1839. 
(See page 224.) 

356 Sarah, born July 12, 1763 ; died July 24, 1787. 

357 Mary, born January 26, 1765; married Nathaniel 

Richard, Jr., August 14, 1784. 

358 Charlotte, born September 23, 1767 ; married James 

Richards, October 2, 1788. 

359 Nathaniel, born 1769. 

360 Elisabeth, born July 19, 1772. (See page 224.) 

-182- 

(From page 175.) 

REV. ISAAC BAILEY, born in Roxbury, Mass., Febru- 
ary 7, 1753, was the son of Samuel Bailey and his wife, Anna 
(Richardson) B.iiley. He married 1^21isabeth Emerson, April 8, 
1784. She was the daughter of Rev. Daniel Emerson of Hollis, 
N. II., and was born May 5, 1755. She died at Ward, (now 
Auburn) Mass., January 5, 1842. Rev. Isaac Bailey was the 
first minister of Ward, (now Auburn) Mass. 

CHILDKEN. 

361 Daniel, born March 18, 1785 ; died March 21, 1785. 

362 Samuel, born March 18, 1785 ; died March 21, 1785. 
363 Isaac, born May 25, 1788. (See page 225.) 

-185- 

(From page 176.) 

MF.RCY BAILEY, born October, 1730, was a daughter 
of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Ingraham) Bailey. She 
married Zebulon Babcock of Coventry, Conn. The History of 
Sharon, Conn., gives one child. 

CHILDREN. 

364 Samuel, born April 28, 1758. 



192 PART TWO. SIXtH GENERATION. 

-186- 

(From page 176.) 

JOSEPH liAILEY, born in Lebanon, Conn., May 4, 1733, 
was the son of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Ingraham) 
liailey. He married Jerusha Webster, November 23, 1758. She 
was the daughter of Peletiah Webster, and his wife, Joanna 
(Smith) Webster. Joseph Bailey settled in Sharon, Conn., 
1774, joined the Continental Army, 1776, served under General 
Washington until the end of the Revolution, 17S3, then joined a 
company of householders in the town of Sharon. He left to his 
descendants an e.xcellent record as a soldier and an unquestioned 
moral character. 

CHILDREN. 

365 Jerusha, born January 29, 1760; married Luke Wool- 

cot, March 17, 1792. 

366 Abigail, born April i, 1762 ; married Solomon Young, 

August 12, 1785. 

367 Mercy, born May, 1764; married Sylvester Babcock, 

March 17, 1792. 
368 Sarah, born December 22, 1765. (Sec page 225.) 
i6Q Joseph, born ^1^1 ■ (See page 226.) 

370 Peletiah, born March 21, 1778. (See jnigc 226.) 
371 Iknjamin, born 1780; married 

Loranie ; had two children ; died 

young. 
372 Joanna, born June, 1789. (See page 227.) 

-188- 

(f>on'i page 176.) 
ELISABETH BAILEY, born October 9, 1737, was daugh- 
ter of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Ingraham) Bailey. 
She married Samuel Gay. He was the son of Samuel Gay and 
his wife, Mary (Walker) Gay of Lebanon, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

373 Samuel, born 

374 Amos, born 



JOHN OF SALlSnURV BRANCH. SIXTH GENF.UATION. I93 

375 Asa, born 

376 Abel, born 

377 Brcwstis, born 

378 A daughter, who married Comfort Brewster. 

-189- 

(From page 176.) 
SAMUEL BAILEY, born in Stonington, Conn., July i8, 
1739, was the son of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Abigail (lugra- 
ham) Bailey. He married Abigail Gay, June 28, 1763. She 
was the daughter of Samuel and Mary (Walker) Gay of Leb- 
anon, and was born ^742. They resided in 
Lebanon, Conn., and there died. Samuel died September 7, 
1824. His wife died 1826. 

CHILDREN. 

379 Samuel, born January 27, 1764. (See page 227.) 

380 Joanna, born October 30, 1765 ; married Peter B. 

Strong. 

381 Susanna, born 1767; married James 

Woodworth. 
382 Asahel, born April 30, 17C9; married 
(See page 228.) 

383 Roger, born ; married Cynthia Ikicl. 

384 Roswell, born ; married Ann While 

of Bolton. 

385 Abigail, born ; married Elisha 

Denslow of Windsor, Conn. 

-190- 

(From page 176.) 

SAXTON BAILEY, born in Lebanon, Conn., July 3. 
1743, was the son of Saxton Bailey and his wife, Hannah (Hunt) 
Bailey. He married Lois Hunt, October 4, 1769. She was 
born April 20, 1749. He removed from Lebanon, Conn., to 
Darien, N. Y., with his daughter Lois, January 14, 1808. He 
went on an ox-sled, and found good sledding all the way ; 
arrived at Darien, N. Y., I'^ebruary 16, 1808. His wife and two 
daughters, hLsther and ^jelinda, followed him to Darien the 



194 PART TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

same year. He died at Danen, N. Y., August lo, 1823. His 
wife died July 22, 1816. 

CHILDRKN. 

386 Lois, born August 2, 1772 ; died March 31, 1844. 

387 Abigail, born April 11, 1776; died 1782. 

388 Asenetb, born May 7, 1777 ; married Joseph Shepard, 

1808. 

389 Cyntbia, born June 22, 1779 ; died March 31, 1807. 

390 Jcrusha, born April 21, 1781 ; died November 3, 1853. 

(See page 228 ) 

391 Joshua, born April 21, 1783; died March 19, 1878. 

(See page 228.) 

392 Ksther, born April 8, 1787; married John Little, 

March 1 1, 1844. 

393 Melinda, born June 11, 1789; married Lewis Hump- 

rey, May 12, 18 16. 
394 Haniel, born December 11, 1791. (See page 229.) 

395 Abigail, born April 12, 1793; married Daniel New- 

comb, September, 1808. 

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(From page 177.) 

SUSANNAH liAILEY, born after 1732, in Newbury, was 
a daughter of Lsaac Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Hills) Bailey. 
She married Joseph Brown, September 23, 1752. 

CHILDREN. 

396 Joseph, born January 24, 1764. 

397 Susannah, born November , 1765. 

398 Rhoda, born April, 1769. 

-193- 

(From page 177.) 

ABIGAH. BAH.LY, born after 1732, in Newbury, was 
the daughter of Isaac Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Hills) Bailey. 
She married Enoch Long, 1755- 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. I95 

CHILDREN. 

399 Enoch, born October i6, 1760. 

400 Abigail, born October 21, 1762. 

401 Isaac, born November i, 1764. 

402 Eleanor, born March 30, 1767. 

403 Hannah, born October 23, 1769. 

404 David, born February 3, 1772. 

405 Samuel, born July 22, 1774. 

-194- 

(From page 177.) 

DEA. ABNER BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., April 
9, 1738, was the son of Isaac Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Hills) 
Bailey. He married first, Abigail Cheney. She was the daugh- 
ter of Nicholas and P"rancis (Tenny) Cheney. She died Decem- 
ber 28, 1783. He married second, April 7, 1785, Mrs. Judith 
Kendrick, widow of James Kendrick, and daughter of Dca. 
Edward and Abigail (Bartlett) Bailey, born October i, 1744; 
died August 17, 1837. Dea. Abner Bailey died January 29, 
1821. 

CHILDREN. 

406 Isaac, born September 17, 1763. 

407 Abner, born October 8, 1765. (See page 229) 

408 Abigail, born September 7, 1768. 

409 Moses, born April 2, 1772. 

410 Joseph, born August 29, 1775. 

411 John, born April 21, 1787. (See page 230.) 

412 Judith, born February, 1789. 

-196- 

(From page 177.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., April 30, 
1741, was the daughter of Isaac liailey and his wife, Abigail 
(Hills) Bailey. She married Iknjamm Emery, March 12, 1761 ; 
removed to Rumford, (now Concord) N. H. 

CHILDUKN. 

413 Susan, born April 5, 1762; married Jonathan Bradley, 



196 PART TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

414 Benjamin, born January 3, 1764. 

415 Sarah, born February 23, 1766; married Philbrick 

Bradley. 

416 Isaac, born November 28, 1768; married Esther Tay. 

417 Elisabeth, born April 30, 1771 ; married David George. 

418 Ruth, born August 30, 1773 ; died 1801. 

419 Eliphalet, born August 14, 1775 ; married Betsy 

Walker. 

420 Enoch, born May 23, 1778; died 1802. 

421 Charles, born July 22, 1780; married Mary Walker. 

422 John, born January 24, 1783 ; died 1783. 

423 Benjamin, born April 9, 1786; died unmarried. 

-197- 

(From page 177.) 

ISAAC BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., April i8, 1743, 
was the son of Isaac Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Hills) 
Bailey. lie married Mary March, August 25, 1764. "Isaac 
Bailey, aged 17 years, appeared before Joseph Gerrish, Jr., and 
was duly accepted for his Majesty's service," 1759-60. 

CHILDREN. 

424 Isaac, born February 14, 1766. 

425 Enoch, born March 9, 1769. 

426 William, born May 6, 1776. 

-203- 

(From page 177.) 

EDMOND BAILEY, Jr., born in Newbury, Mass., Sep- 
tember 2, 1 74 1, was the son of Dea. Edmond Bailey and his 
wife, Abigail (liartlctt) Bailey. He married Abigail W^e.st, 
December 27, 1769. Edmond Bailey, Jr., was a soldier in the 
company of Capt. Davenport in the expedition to Canada, 1759. 

CHILDREN. 

427 David, born August, 1770. 

428 Abigail, born April 6, 1772; married Joseph Ordway, 

September 4, 1796. 

429 Mary, born September 3, 1774 



JOHN OF SALISBURY UKANCH. SIXTH (JKNKKATION. IQ/ 

-205- 

(From page 177.) 

ABIGAIL BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., October i, 
1744, was twin to Judith Bailey, and daughter of Dea. Edmond 
Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Bartlett) Bailey. She married 
David Morse, September 3, 1770, son of John and Anna 
(Sawyer) Morse. He was born February 11, 1746. 

CHILDREN. 

430 Abigail, born March 13, 1771 ; died in infancy. 

431 Moses, born September 18, 1773 ; married Rebecca 

Bartlett. 

432 Joseph, born August 6, 1775 ; married Susan Pearson. 

433 Moody, born August 13, 1777; married Samuel I'"ol- 

lansbee. 

434 David, born October 12, 1779 ; died at sea about 1799. 

435 Anna, born ; married Cornelius 

Felton. 

436 Samuel, born January 12, 1784; married Betsy Davis. 

437 Edmond, born December 31, 1788; married Rebecca 

Leach. 

438 Abigail, born August 11, 1790; married Joshua l^ailcy. 

439 John, born August 11, 1790; married Sophronia 

Balch. 

-206- 

(From page 177.) 

JUDITH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass, October i, 
1744, was daughter of Dea. Edmond Bailey and his wife, Mary 
(Bartlett) Bailey She married first, James Kendrick ; married 
seconti, Dea. Abner liailey (No. 194). 

CHILDREN. 

440 James ]iailey, born July 21, 1765 ; married Abigail 

Pillsbury, May 27, 1787. 

441 Samuel, born May 14, 1767. 

442 Mary, born 1770. 

443 Thomas, born 1772. 



198 PAKT rVVO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

-210- 

(From page 177.) 

JOSIAH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., June 4, 1764, 
was the son of Dea. Edmond I^ailey and his wife, I'rudence 
(Morse) Bailey. He married Ruth Poor, November 8, 1788, and 
removed to Londonderry, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

444 Edmond, born September 14, 1789. 

445 Prudence, born June 14, 1792. 

446 Parker, born ; died unmarried. 

447 Hannah, born ; died unmarried. 

448 Joseph Jennes, born July 21, 1812. (See page 230.) 

449 John, born July 21, 1812. (See page 230.) 

450 Mary, born 

-212- 

(From page 178.) 

MARY liAH.F^Y, born in Newbury, June 9, 1741, was the 
daughter of Moses liailey and his wife, Mary (Ortivvay) Bailey. 
.She married Joseph Goodrich, b^bruary 19, 1763. 

CHILDREN. 

451 Joseph, born April 23, 1763. 

452 Jeremiah, born 1765. 

453 Molly, born 1767. 

454 Abigail, born December 11, 1770. 

455 Sarah, born April 30, 1773. 

456 Hannah, born 1775- 

457 Bailey, born May 4, 1781. 

-213- 

(From page 178.) 

ABIGAIL BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., March 29, 
1744, vvas the daughter of Moses liniley and his wife, Mary 
(Ordway) Biiley. She married Mathias Atkinson, July 24, 1766. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. IQQ 

CHILDREN. 

458 Moses, born June 30. 1773. 

459 Sally, born May 18, 1777. 

460 George, born September 25, 1785. 

-216- 

(From page 178.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., July 2, 1750, 
was the daughter of Moses Bailey and his wife, Mary (Ordway) 
Bailey. She married Capt. Stephen Morse, 1777 ; lived in 
Newbury and Haverhill, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

461 Elisabeth Noyes, born October 26, 1777. 

462 Stephen Bailey, born i779; married Clarissa 

Willis. 

463 Sally, born February 17, 1781 ; married J. Willis. 

464 Clarissa, born October 11, 1782; died 1788. 

465 Moses Noyes, born October 18, 1784 ; married Hannah 

E. Sanborn. 

466 Joseph, born August 29, 1786. 

467 Clarissa, born September 22, 1788; married John S. 

Sanborn. 

468 Sophia, born February 7, 1790. 

-218- 

(From page 178.) 

PRUDENCE BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., January 
16, 1757, was the daughter of Moses Bailey and his wife, Mary 
(Ordway) Bailey. She married Silas Roger, Jr.; baptized De- 
cember 25, 1775. 

CHILDREN. 

469 Mathias, born 1777; died April 6, 1810. 

470 Silas, born March 2, 1778; died at Havana, 1799. 

471 Anna, born June 17, 1780; died December 22, 1808. 

472 Polly, born May 25, 1784; died June 8, 1806. 

473 Prudence, born August 15, 1789. 



200 PARI TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

-222- 

(From page 178.) 

STErilKN BAILKY, born in Newbury, Mass., October 
22, 1736, was the son of Stephen and Hannah (Kelley) Biiley. 
He married Sarah Pillsbury, March 3, 1759. He died Decem- 
ber 6, 1771. "Sarah l^ailey gave bonds with Joshua Pillsbury 
and Stephen liailey to administer on the estate of Stephen 
Bailey, 1772." 

CHILDREN. 

475 Hannah, born April 11, 1760. 

476 Eunice, born October 28, 1762. 

477 Stephen, born September 2, 1764. (See i)age 231 ) 

478 Sarah, born February 11, 1769. 

479 Molly, born April i, 1770. 

-224- 

(From page 179.) 

ENOCH liAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., April 26, 

1740, was twin to Daniel Bailey and son of Stepheti Bailey and 

his wife, Hannah (Kelley) Bailey. He married I'^sther Sawyei- 

of Amesbury, Mass., August 10, 1765 ; removed to Berlin, Vt., 

and later returned to West Newbury and there died. 

CHILDREN. 

480 Daniel, born 1767 ; died October 29, 

1776. 

481 Moses, born September 9, 1769. (See page 231.) 

482 Enoch, born February 26, 1772; died September 16, 

1 8 19. (See page 232.) 

483 Stephen, born July 26, 1774. 

484 Hannah, born May 12, 1776. 

485 Daniel, born October 14, 1778. (See page 232.) 

486 John, born June 9, 1781. 

487 Betty, born April 25, 1783 ; married a Mr. Flanders. 

488 Joshua, born February 14, 1789; married Sally Chase, 

July 30, 1812. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 201 

-233- 

(From page 179.) 

JOSHUA BAILKY. born in Newbury, Mass., May ii, 
1757, was the son of Dea. Joshua Bailey and his wife, Elisabeth 
(Chase) Bailey. He married in Newbury, Mass., Sarah (or 
Sally) Chase, December 4, 1779. She was the daughter of 
Samuel Chase and his wife, Sarah (Stewart) Chase, and was 
born January 10, 1761. They lived in Newbury, Vt., until 
about 1790, then removed to Berlin, Vt. He was a successful 
farmer, and died March 15, 1809. 

CHILDREN. 

489 Cyrus, born March 8, 1781 ; died May 10, 1783. 

490 Betsy, born September 19, 1782; married Zelotas 

Scott, April 8, 1802 ; died June 8, 1861. 
491 Cyrus, born May 21, 1784; died November 3, 1858. 
(See page 233.) 

492 Sally, born February 4, 1786 ; married David Harring- 

ton of Middlesex. 

493 Anna, born P'ebruary 4, 1786 ; died young. 

494 Joshua, born November 19, 1787. (Seepage 233.) 

495 Mary, born October 7, 1789; married Elisha Har- 

rington. 

496 William, born 'February 28, 1793; died 1812. 

497 Emma, born June 14, 1794 ; married Carroll Smith. 

498 Samuel, born May 6, 1796. (See page 234.) 

499 George Washington, born July 27, 1798. (See 

page 234.) 
500 Hannah, born July 8, 1800; married Joel Warren of 
Berlin, Vt. 

501 Joseph, born November 20, 1802. (See page 235.) 

502 Sophia, born April 2, 1805. (See page 235.) 

503 Almira, born April 7, 1808; married Enoch Flanders. 

-235- 

(From page 179-) 

PAUL BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., July 16, 1763, 
was the son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Elisabeth (Chase) 

.6 



202 l-AKT IVVO. SIXTH C.I'.N ICK AJION. 

IJailcy. He married l''innia Carr, l'"el)riiaiy 19, 171S7. Slie was 
a daii;:^hter of Samuel and Emma (C'hase) C'arr, born September 
27, 1767. She died February 16, 1S19; burie<l in Bridge Street 
Cemetery, West Newbury. He married Sarah "Ad- 

mitted into the church of West Newbury, Paul liailey, 1820, his 
wife, Sarah, May 5, 1823." He died March 31, 1844. 

CHI LDKKN. 

506 Judith, born September 24, 1787. 

507 Joshua, born November 22, 1789; died June 21, 1849. 

(See page 235.) 

508 Walter, born October 2, 1791 ; died May 16, 1873. 

(See page 236.) 

509 I'^benezer, born June 25, 1794; died August 5, 1839. 

(See i)age 236.) 

510 F.mma Ann, an adopted child, died June 20, 1822. 

511 Paul, born August 3, 1832. 

512 Judith, born August 18, 1834. 

-236- 

(From pn^^e 179.) 

ElUCNl'LZICR l^AILRY, born in Newbury, Mass., March 
3, 1766, was the son of Joshua liailey and his wife l-ilisabeth 
(Chase) liailey. Me married in Newbury, Mass., Sarah IJailcy, 
May 20, 1786. They removed to Ikrlin, Vt. The first five 
children are recorded in Newbury, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

513 Anna, born October 6, 1786; died December i, 1840. 

(See page 236.) 

514 Hannah, born April i, 1788; married Cyrus liailey. 

No. 491. (Sec page 233.) ., 

515 Joshua, born l''el)ruary 26, 1790. (.See page 237.) 

516 S.irah, born l-'chruary 19, 1792. (Sec page 238 ) 

517 I'-benczcr, liorn ]u^^c 25. 1794. (Sec |")age 238.) 

51.S r.uil, born 179^; married Hannah Nye 

319 C'aroline, i)orn November 29, 1798; married ( )//ias 
jKuiamin. 



JOFIN OF SALISBURY URANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 203 

520 Rebecca, born October 8, 1801 ; married Charles 
Camp. 
521 Matilda, born May 26, 1803. (See page 239.) 

522 Thomas Wells, born December i, 1805; ^^^^ April 

21, 181 1. 

523 Eliza, born August 20, 1808 ; died July 13, 181 1. 
524 Thomas Wells, born February 16, 181 1. (See 

page 239.) 

-237- 

(From page 180.) 

POLLY BAILEY, born in Salem, N. H., June 14, 1746, 
was the daughter of Rev. Abner Bailey and his wife, Mary 
(Baldwin) liailey. She married Rev. James Bailey. He was a 
liaptist minister and a Revolutionary soldier. He is buried at 
Peacham, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

525 Rutherford, born 

526 F"lavel, born ; married Pearsage Cham- 

berlin of Peacham, Vt. 

527 Percival, born 

-238- 

(From page 180.) 

ELLSABP:TH bailey, bom in Salem, N. U., May 26, 
1752, was the daughter of Rev. Abner I^ailey and his wife, Mary 
(Baldwin) liailey. She married Henry Little, June 2, 1770. 
He was born November 26, 1747. They lived in Salem, N. H., 
where she died September 21, 1803. 

CHILDREN'. 

528 Jane, born January 23, 1772. 

529 Abner, born February i, 1774. 

530 William, born August 18, 1778. 

531 Samuel, born February 8, 1781. 

532 Elisabeth, born April 27, 1783. 

533 Henry, born August 16, 1788. 

534 Nicholas, born January 24, 1792. 

535 Joshua, born January 4, 1795. 



204 PART TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

-239- 

(From page i8o.) 

LAVINIA BAILEY, born in Salem, N. H., June 27, 1756, 
was the daughter of Dea. Abner Hailey and his wife, Mary 
(Baldwin) Bailey. She married Rev. William Kelly of Warren, 
New Hampshire. 

CHILDREN. 

536 Hon. John Kelly, born March 7, 1782; died Novem- 
ber, i860; resided in Exeter, N. H. 

-274- 

(From page 183.) 

EPHRAIM liAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., October 5, 
1746, was the son of Gen. Jacob Bailey and his wife, Prudence 
(Noyes) liailey. He married first, Anna I'owler, a daughter of 
Jacob Fowler and Betsy (Merrill) Fowler. She died May 3, 
1781. He married second, Lucy Hodges. She died Septem- 
ber 10, 1836. He went from Newbury, Mass., to Newbury, Vt., 
with his father ; removed about 1790 to Littleton, N. H.; died 
in Lyman, N. H., July 7, 1825. He served in the Revolutionary 
War. 

CHILDREN. 

537 Jacob, born March 9, 1769; married Hannah Chambcr- 

lin ; went West, in his old age, and died there. 

538 Abigail, born December 7, 1770; married Solomon 

Mann ; died in Stillwater, N. H., July 1 1, 1849. 

539 Hannah, born 1772; married Col. Simeon 

Stevens; died April 21, 1817. 

540 Abner, born ; married Hannah White ; 

lived in Newbury and Topsham, Vt. 

541 Moses, born ; married Lucy Baker. 

542 Anna, born March 16, 1779; married first, Jonathan 

Tenney ; married second, John Ellis. She died 
May 8, 1832. 

543 A child died young. 

544 Lucy, born June 16, 1782; married September 8, 1803, 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 20$ 

Ezekiel Bailey, son of Webster and Lydia (Morse) 
Bailey of Richard Bailey line. 

545 Alanson, born April g, 1785 ; married Abigail Hol- 

stead, Bath, Me. He died March 16, 1749, in 
Illinois. 

546 Almira, born April 13, 1789; married 

547 John llazen, born April 4, 1793, in Littleton, N. H.; 

married Susan Farnsworth, September 8, 1803. 

-277- 

(From page 1S3.) 

COL. JOSHUA liAILKY, born in Mampstcad, N. H., 
June II, 1753, was the son of Gen. Jacob Bailey and his wife, 
Prudence (Noyes) Bailey. He married Anna Fowler, 1795. He 
was successively lieutenant, captain, major and colonel in the 
Revolution. He was town representative from Newbury, Vt., 
1791, 1802-3-4 and 1809. Jefferson Hill was settled by Joshua, 
Jacob, John, Noyes and Benjamin Bailey, sons of Col. Joshua 
Bailey. 

CHILDREN. 

548 Sally, born June 8, 1776; died unmarried February 21, 

1867. 

549 Merrill, born ; married Anna Moore, 

February 6, 1804. He died at Massena, N. Y., 
about 1834. 

550 Flisabeth, born ; married John Woods; 

died in Newbury. 

551 Noyes, born December 5, 1779; married Phebe Tice. 

He died 1862, at Newbury, Vt. 

552 Joshua, born April, 1782; married Sally Tice. He 

died at Newbury, Vt., 1862. 

553 James, born 1784; married Serena Bigelow. 

He died at Massena, N. Y. 

554 Hannah, born 1786; married Simeon 

Avery. She died July 24, 1845. 

555 Jacob, born April, 17S9. (See page 239.) 

556 John, born July 14, 1791 ; died 1879. (See 

page 240.) 



206 I'AKT TWO. SIXTH (iKNERATION. 

557 Anna, born ; married Dea. Moody Powers. 

She died March 8, 1853, in Iowa. 
558 Ephraim, born May 28, 1798. (See page 240.) 
559 Benjamin, born March, 1800; married Evelyn Smith. 

-278- 

(From page 183.) 

CAPT. JACOB BAILEY, born in Hampstead, N. H., 
October 2, 1755, was the son of Gen. Jacob Bailey and his wife, 
Prudence (Noyes) Bailey. He went to Newbury, Vt., with his 
father's family, 1764. He married first, Ruth Bedel, daughter 
of Col. Moody Bedel of Haverhill. N. H.; married second, Mary 
Ladd, daughter of Ezekiel and Ruth (Hutchins) Ladd, she be- 
ing the first white female born in Haverhill, N. H. Their early 
life was spent on the Ox Bow. She died 1855, aged 09. 

CHlLnXEN. 

560 Abner, born April 30, 1778. (See page 241.) 
561 Timothy, born '779; married Phcbe Wood- 

ward ; settled in Rutland, Vt., and Si)ringfield, 
Massachu.setts. 

562 Ezekiel Ladd, born 1786. (Seepage 242) 

563 Jacob Noyes, born 1788; married first, Lucy Young ; 

married second, Polly Thral ; settled in Rut- 
land, Vt. 

564 Ruth Ladd, born 1790 ; married Jeremiah Nourse. 

565 Moody Bedel, born 1792; settled in St. Lawrence 

County, N. Y. 

566 William Wallace, born 1794; married first, Caroline 

Parkhill ; married second, Betsy Putnam. 

567 Mary, born 1796; married first, Daniel Rounds; mar- 

ried second, Col. Moody Chamberlin. 

568 Abigail Ladd, born 1798; married Charles George. 

569 Aaron Kinsman, born 1801 ; died 1817. 

570 Deborah Cross, born 1803 ; married Jeremiah Boynton. 
571 Joseph Hutchins, born 1809. (See page 242.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 207 

-279- 

(From page 183.) 

JAM1':S liAILEY, born in Newbury, N. H., October i, 
1757, was the son of Gen. Jacob l^ailey and his wife, Prudence 
(Noyes) Bailey. lie married Sarah liailoy, daughter of John 
Gitlding liailey and his wife, Abigail (Little) Bailey. She was 
born Noveml^er 25, 1765. He served in the Revolutionary 
War, and was taken pri.soner by the party which had failed to 
capture his father in 1782. He was going home from his 
father's saw mill in the du.sk of the evening, barefooted, and 
bareheaded, and was taken to Canada in that condition and kept 
until the close of the war. Some benevolent people provided 
him with clothes and shoes. James Bailey died April, 1784. 
His gravestone says, killed by an accident ; the oldest people in 
town 35 years ago, used to say that he came to his death by 
foul means. His widow married Otho Stevens of Waterford, 
Vt. (See Seventh Generation, No. 316.) 

CHILDREN. 

572 Lydia, born ; married a Mr. Cunningham 

of Bradford, Vt. 
573 James A., born January 23, 1784. (See page 243.) 

-282- 

(From pa^je 184.) 

JOHN JiAHJCV, born in llampstead, N. H., M;iy 20, 1765, 
wa.s the son of (ien. Jacob Bailey and his wife, i'rudence 
(Noyes) liailey. He marrieil first, Betsy Bailey, 1785. She 
died 1788; married second, Hannah Ladd, 1789. 

Clin.DKICN. 

574 rrudence, born April 28, 1786. 

575 liettie, born October 30, 1790. 

576 George W., born January 15, 1792. 

577 Amherst, born l^'ebruary 21, 1794. 

578 Hannah Ladd, born June 10, 1796. 

579 Eutis K., born June 8, 1798. 

580 Adeline, born April 25, 1800; died April 20, 1803. 



208 PAKT TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

581 John H., born February 25, 1802. 

582 Adeline, born July 10, 1804. 

583 Jane Johnson, born October 15, 1806. 

584 Mary, born December 24, 1808. 

585 Nathan McKusty, born April 28, 1811 ; died October 

28, 1811. 

586 Nathan McKusty, born December 31, 1813. 

-283- 

(From page 184.) 

ISAAC BAILEY, born in Hampstead, N. H., June 28, 
1767, was the son of Gen. Jacob liailey and his wife. Prudence 
(Noyes) Bailey. He married Betsy Johnson. She was a 
daughter of Col. Thomas Johnson. He died 1850. 

CHILDREN. 

587 Amelia, born 1790; married Col. Wm. 

Barrows of Bradford. 

588 Iktsy, born 1792; died 18 19. 

589 Thomas Johnson, born 1793; had a son, William B. 

Bailey. 

590 Isaac, born i795 ; died 1880. 

591 Richard Whitney, born 1797 ; died 1848, in New York. 

592 Clarissa, born 17991 married John Chamber- 

lin, 1822; removed to Stanstcad Plains, Canada. 
He died 1847. 

593 Susan, born 1801 ; died 18 10. 

594 Harry Crosswell, born 1804; died 1897. 

595 Whitelaw, born 

596 Nancy Dow, born 

597 Julia, born 

-286- 

(From page 184.) 

SUSANNAH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Ma.s.s., March 
29, 1758, was the daughter of John Bailey and Anna (Chase) 
Bailey. She married Joseph Sawyer, November 26, 1778. She 
died April 13, 1805. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BKANCIl. SIXTH GliNKKA IION. 209 

CHILDREN. 

598 Anna, born March 7, 1779; died June 6, 1807. 

599 Abigail, born December 6, 1781 ; married George 

Gordon. 

600 Judith, born October 7, 1784; died July 29, 1807. 

601 Mary, born April 24, 1787. 

602 John, born September 25, 1789. 

-284- 

(From page 184.) 

DANIEL BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., February 18, 
1754, was a son of John liailey and his wife, Anna (Chase) 
Bailey. He married Mary Merrill, October 13, 1779. She was 
a daughter of Daniel Merrill and his wife, Mary (Pillsbury) 

Merrill. Daniel Bailey was a wooden screen maker, and lived 
in West Newbury below the training field. He died November 
10, 1839; buried in liridge Street Cemetery, West Newbury. 

CHILDREN. 

603 Abner, born January 3, 1780. (See page 243.) 

604 Mary, born February 22, 1782. 

605 Anna, born January 24, 1785 ; married a Mr. Hop- 

kins; no children. 
606 Judith, born March 7, 1787. (See page 244.) 

607 Hannah, born June 21, 1789; unmarried. 
608 Sarah, born April 24, 1792. (See page 244.) 

609 Daniel, born July 17, 1794; died unmarried, July 3, 

1879. 

610 Lydia, born June 23, 1797. 

-289- 

(From page 184.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., December 28, 
1765, was the son of John Bailey and his wife, Anna (Chase) 
Bailey. He married in Newbury, Mass., Mary Currier, Septem- 
ber 8, 1787. She was born October 19, 1767, and died Decem- 
ber 26, 1824. They lived in Newbury, Mass. The first two 
children are recorded there. He later removed to New Hamp- 
shire. He died July 13, 1819. 



210 PART TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

611 John, born April 7, 1788. (See page 245.) 

612 James, born May 10, 1790. (See page 245.) 
513 Friend, born July 8, 1793. (Sec page 246.) 

614 Almira, born April 24, 1795 ; died April 9, 1812. 

515 Mary, born June 16, 1798, (See page 246.) 

515 Nancy, born March 24, 1801. (See page 246) 

617 Jacob J{., born January 28, 1804. (See page 247.) 

618 Sarah, born July 13, i8o6 ; died April 21, 1809. 

519 Dolly, born May 8, 1809 (See page 247.) 

-296- 

(From page 185.) 

AliRAHAM BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., Janu- 
ary 24, 1747, was the son of David IJailey and his wife, Elisabeth 
(Dole) Bailey. He married first, Ruth Kendall, May 29, 1770. 
She died October 5, 1791 ; married second, Sarah Lawrence, 
December 30, 1793. She died October 19, 1803 ; married third, 
Olive Lawrence of Pepperell, Mass. She was born I'^ebruary 
13, 1772, and died March 19, 1838. Abraham Bailey lived 
successively in Jaffrey, N. H., Keene, N. H., in Vermont and in 
Brookline, N. IL 

CHILDREN. 

620 Abraham, born January 13, 1771 ; died September 4, 

1791. 

621 Kendall, born March 6, 1772; married first, Annie 

I lay ; married second, Kittie Sargent. He died 
March 11, 1848. 

622 Ephraim, born November 23, 1777 ; married first, Lucy 

Pritchard ; married second, Mary Rogers. He 
died July 12, 1850. 

623 Abigail, born September 22, 1779; married Seth Brad- 

ford. 
624 Ensign, born September 6, 1781 ; died August 2, 1863. 
(See page 247.) 
625 Loammi, born January 19, 1784; married Nancy Stimp- 
son. 



JOHN OF -SALISHUKY nKANCIl. SIXTH GKNKKATION. 211 

O26 Nancy, boin May 2, 1786; married Darius VVailt. 

She died 1870. 
C27 Betsy, born April i, 1788; married Joel Shcdd. She 

died 1830. 

628 Abner, born June 17, 1790 ; died July 8, 1790. 

629 Abraham, born November 20, 1794; married Lenora. 

He died August 17, 1821. 

630 Hosea, born December 28, 1796; died October 12, 

1813. 

631 Lawrence, born Se[)tember 30, 1802 ; married first, 

Clara Reed ; married second, Caroline 

632 Grover, born 

-297- 

'.From page 1S5.) 

ICUNICE BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., April 4, 
1749, was the daughter of David Bailey and his wife, Jilisabelh 
(Dole) Bailey. She married Silas Marshall. She died Decem- 
ber 5, 1842. 

CHILDREN. 

632^ Silas, born August 6, 1769; married Hannah Childs. 
He died June 26, 1847. 

633 Elsie, born March 22, 1771 ; died March 4, 1790. 

634 Mary, born January 24, 1773 ; died September 3, 1793. 

635 Thaddeus, born Eebruary 5, 1775 ; married Hannah . 

636 Hannah, born October 24, 1776; married David Shedd. 

637 Elisabeth, born November 16, 1778; died unmarried. 

638 Rhoda, born February 29, 1780 ; married David Chap- 

man. 

639 Thomas, born February 16, 1782 ; married Mary 

Emerson. 

640 John, born March i, 1785 ; married Sally ]'isi<e of 

Dunstable, (now Nashua) N. H.; first child born 
March 29, 1816, named John Bailey Marshall. 



212 PART TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

-298- 

(From page 185.) 

ELISAHKTH BAILEY, born in Tcwksbury, Mass , July 
4, 1751, was the daughter of David Bailey and his wife, Elisa- 
beth (Dole) Bailey. She married in Chelmsford, Mass., 1772, 
Phineas Spaulding. She died September 29, 1819. Children 
were born at Jaffrey, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

641 Elisabeth, born February 21, 1774; married Moses 

Flint. 

642 Phineas, born February 28, 1776; married Sally Flint. 

643 Mary, born January 22, 1778 ; married Samuel Flint. 

644 Sarah, born January 20, 1780 ; married Abraham 

Spofford. 

645 Edward, born October 19, 1781 ; married Nabby 

Newton. 

646 Lydia, born September 20, 1783 ; married Benj. M. 

Stanley. 

647 Oliver, born August 10, 1785 ; drowned in the Con- 

necticut River while a student at Dartmouth 
College. 

648 Daniel, born December 26, 1788. 

649 Levi, born August 22, 1791. 

650 Rhoda, born May 22, 1793. 

651 David, born May 11, 1795. 

-299- 

(From page 185.) 

DAVID liAILEY, Jk., born in Tewskbury, Mass., March 
21, 1754, was the son of David Bailey and his wife, Elisabeth 
(Dole) B.iiley. He married Dorothy Bailey, December 12, 1776 
She was the daughter of Samuel Jiailey and his wife, Hannah 
(Kittredge) Bailey, born January 25, 1755, of the James of Row- 
ley Branch. (See Part One.) 

CHILDREN. 

652 Hannah, born August 14, 1778; married first, Mar- 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 213 

shall Cottle ; married second, Nathaniel Simons ; 
removed to Missouri ; there died i^57- 

653 Dolly, born March 28, 1781 ; married Almon Cottle; 

removed to Missouri ; there died 1859. 

654 Samuel, born ; married first, Folly Jennison ; 

married second, Charlotte Wood ; had two daugh- 
ters. He died 1841. 

655 Col. David ; married Susan Roland ; removed 

to Missouri ; had three sons ; there died. 

656 Oliver, born ; married Mrs. Lake of Wood- 

stock, Vt. ; had one son, who died in early man- 
hood. 

657 Sarah, born ; married John A. I'ratt of 

Woodstock, Vt. 

658 Zebrina, born ; died about 1820. 

Col. David and Samuel rendered efficient aid in the l^lack 
Hawk War. 

-300- 

(From page 185.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., September 
14, 1756, was the daughter of David liailey and his wife, Elisa- 
beth (Dole) Bailey. She married George Batterly, November 
16, 1794. She died August 22, 1824. 

CHILDREN. 

659 Sally, born June 13, 1796; married Ebenezcr Park- 

hurst. 

660 George, born January 2, 1801; married Laura Wilder 

of Jaffrey, N. H. 

-301- 

(From paije 185.) 

EDNAH BAH.EY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., October 
14, 1758, was the daughter of David liailey and his wife, Elisa- 
beth (Dole) liailcy. She married lura Annis, November 26, 
1778. She died July 10, 1794. 



214 PART TWO. SIXTH GENERATION. 

CIIII.DHEN. 

66i Ednah, born August ii, 1779; married Samuel Gastin. 

662 Sarah, born December 6, 1782 ; married Joseph Morse. 

6^)3 Dolly, born January i, 1784; married Sprague Arnold. 

664 ICliza, born September 3, 1786 ; married Isaac Gale. 

665 Kleanor, born (3ctobcr i, 1788 ; married Royal Keyes. 

666 Judca, born April 13, 1791 ; married Mighal Carlisle. 

667 Mlsia, born May 14, 1793 ; married Ebenezer Abbott. 

-302- 

(From page 185.) 

OLIVE l^AILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., August 13, 
1761, was the daughter of David IJailey and I'llisabeth (Dole) 
IJailcy. She married David Hale. Children were born at West 
Windsor, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

668 David, born September 4, 1780. 

669 Samuel, born July 18, 1782. 

670 Eliza, born February 29, 1784. 

671 Oliver, born September 2, 1786. 

672 I'^leanor, born July 14, 1788. 

673 Levi, born F'ebruary 18, 1790. 

- 303 - 

(From page 185.; 

HANNAH BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., July 3, 
1764, was the daughter of David liailey and his wife, I'Llizabeth 
(Dole) iiailey. She married Levi liailey, February i, 1791. He 
was the son of Samuel and his wife, Hannah (Kittredge) Hailey 
He was born I'Y'bruary 15, 1766, and died October 21, 1850. 
(See I'art One.) Hannah l^ailey, his wife, died June 9, 1822. 

CmM)KKN. 

674 Hannah, born November 18, 1791 ; married Daniel 

F'urbush. 

675 Li'vi, born December 24, 1792; died August 7, 1795. 

676 Samuel, born January 14, 1794 ; married Dolly Newton, 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 215 

677 Iktsy, born August 24, 1795 , married Jeptha Shedcl. 

678 Levi, born February 15, 1797 ; married Lucinda 

Johnson. 

679 Thursa, born May 13, 1799 ; married Oliver Holmes. 

680 Sarah, born August 28, 1800 ; married Shubael Shedd. 

681 Washington, born March 17, 1803; died July, 1803. 

682 Rosamond, born June 8, 1804; married Benjamin 

Parker. 

683 Rhoda, born January 16, 1806; married Asahel War- 

ren. 

684 Plooma, born March 25, 1808; married Benjamin V. 

Kimball. 

685 Kendall, born March 11, 1810 ; married ICmily Sitton. 

-304- 

( From page 185.) 

OLIVER BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., February 
8, 1768, wa.s the son of David Bailey and his wife, IClisabeth 
(Dole) Bailey. He married at Jaffrey, N. H., Mollie Perkins, 
February, 1791. She was born February 17, 1771, at Newton, 
Mass., and died August 27, 1861. He died December 8, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

686 Edward, born September 23, 1792 ; died January 6, 

187 1. (See page 248.) 

687 Mary, born May 8, 1794; died March 26, 1883. (Sec 

page 248.) 

688 Oliver, born April 16, 1796; died Decend^er 7, 1862, 

(See page 249.) 

689 Abner, born June 5, 1798; died April 15, 1881. (See 

page 250.) 

690 Almon, born January 21, r8oi ; died August 12, 1837. 

(See i^age 250.) 

691 Marinda, born October 30, 1804; died April 30, 1871. 

(See page 250.) 
692 Louise, born June 13, 1809; died June 12, 1827. 
693 P^lisabeth, born September 26, 1816 ; died December 
7, 1893. (See page 251.) 



2l6 PART TWO. SIXTH GENKRATION, 

-309- 

(From page 185.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., July 27, 1855, 
was the son of Jonathan Bailey and his wife, Susannah (Trull) 
Bailey. He married Sarah Hunt in Tewksbury, Mass., Feb- 
ruary 25, 1784. 

CHILDREN. 

694 Sarah, born February 2, 1785 ; died August 6, 1879. 
(See page 252.) 

69s Susan, born September 19, 1786 ; married a Mr. Hardy. 

696 John, born January 27, 1789; died unmarried. 

697 Nehomiah, born January 27, 1789; died unmarried. 

698 Abner, born March i, 1790. 

699 Bet.sy, born December 13, 1791 , died August, 1807. 

700 Martha, born June 14, 1793; married a Mr. Baker; 

removed to the West. 

701 Rufus, born November 15, 1795. 

702 Jerry, born July 10, 1797 ; died unmarried. 

703 Rebecca, born July 10, 1800. (See page 252.) 

-313- 

(P'rom page 186.) 

JAMES liAH.EY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., November 
5, 1766, was the .son of Jonathan Bailey and his wife, Su.sannah 
(Trull) Bailey. He married in Tewksbury, Dorothy Worcester, 
January 4, 1791. She was born May 28, 1769. They removed 
from Tewksbury, Mass., to Greenfield, N. H., where he died 
August 15, 1839. His wife died April 10, 1852. 

CHILDREN. 

704 James, born January 5, 1793. (See page 253.) 

705 Jonathan, born April 28, 1794; died September 20, 

1865. (See page 253.) 
706 M \ry, born March i, 1795 ; died, 1881. 
707 Benjamin, born December 16, 1797 ; died March 27, 
1864. (See page 253.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 21/ 

708 Mehitable, born January 18, 1799; died January 3, 1805. 

709 Leonard, born June 20, 1800 ; died July 7, 1885. (See 
page 254 ) 

710 Mark, born March 28, 1802 ; died August 3, 1876. 

711 Nathan, born April 10, 1804; died November 27, 1870. 

712 Achsa, born January 15, 1806 ; died April 5, 1882. 
713 Herbert, born February 9, 1808. (See page 25$.) 

714 George, born April 9, 1810 ; died November 23, 1880. 

715 Elmira, born May 28, 1812; died March i, 1884. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-316- 

(From page 187.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., November 
25, 1765, was the daughter of John Giddings Bailey and his 
wife, Abigail (Little) Bailey. She married James Bailey, a son 
of Gen. Jacob Bailey and his wife. Prudence (Noyes) Bailey. 
(See No. 279.) She married second, Otho Stevens of Waterford, 
Vt. She had two children by first marriage and eight by 
second marriage. 

CHILDREN. 

(For two children by first husband 
see Nos. 572 and 573, page 207.) 

716 John B., born ; lives in Webster, Vt. 

717 Otho, born 

718 Simon, born ; removed to the West. 

719 Jefferson, born 

720 Abigail, born ; married Thomas 

Tillotson. 

721 Tabitha, born ; married M. Carter. 

722 Betsy, born ; married Joseph Perry. 

723 Ellen, born ; married Franklin Johnson. 

-317- 

(From page 187.) 

JAMES BAILKY, born in Newbury, Mass., August 17, 
1767, was the son of John Giddings Bailey and his wife, 
Abigail (Little) Bailey. He married Sarah Stevens ; lived in 
Newbury, Vt. She died 1847. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 219 

CHILDREN. 

724 Anna, born ; married Reuben Bachelor 

of Bradford. 

725 Betsy, born 

726 Tristram, born May i, 1805 ; married Eunice Strong, 

daughter of John Strong ; was a physician and 
farmer at Adrian, Mich., where he died July i, 
1869. 

727 Robert, born ; lives in Boston. 

728 Jackson, born 

729 Henry, born ; lives in Newbury, Vt. 

-319- 

(From page 187.) 

MOSES LITTLE BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., 
January 10, 1772, was the son of John Giddings Bailey and his 
wife, Abigail (Little) Bailey. He married Elisabeth Dennis of 
Marblehead, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

730 Michael, born January 5, 1792 ; died young. 

731 Laura Maria, born October 17, 1794. (See page 256.) 

732 Elisabeth, born September 23, 1796; married Isaac 

Wilkins. 

733 Erasmus Johnson, born July 15, 1798. 

734 John Dennis, born October 10, 1802. 

735 Michael Little, born 

736 Sarah March, born ; died 18 10. 

737 Alice Johnson, born March 28, i8ri ; died at Newbury, 

Vt., about 1876 ; unmarried. 
738 Sarah March, born February 20, 1813. (See page 256.) 

-320- 

(From page 187) 

ABIGAIL LITTLE BAILEY, born in Newbury, N. H., 
June 25, 1774, was the daughter of John Giddings Bailey 
and his wife, Abigail (Little) Biiley. She married first, Phineas 
Stone, by whom she had one daughter, Jane, She married 



220 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

second, Frederick Augustus Sumner of Dalton, N. 11., May 6, 
i8oi. He died August 13, 1834. She died I'^ebruary 23, 1850. 

CHILDREN. 

739 Jane, born 

740 Frederic Augustus, born 1802; married 

Sarah W. McFarland. 

741 George Wheaton, born 1804; married 

Charlotte M. Tucker. 

742 Catherine Abigail, , born 1806; married 

James l^reckenbridge. 

-321- 

(From page 187.) 

ANNA BAILEY, born May 12, 1776, was the daughter of 
John Giddings Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Little) Bailey. 
She married Isaac Duffs, September 26, 1793. She died October 

CHILDREN. 

743 Harriet Steward, born February 20, 1795 ; married 

Wilford (or William) H. Woodbury, 1815. 
Other children who did not survive infancy. 

-324- 

(From page 187.) 

DANIKL BAILEY, born in Newbury, N. H., September 
27, 1782, was the son of John Giddings Bailey and his wife, 
Abigail (Little) Bailey. He married Hannah Hibbard, Novem- 
ber 13, 1804. She was born July 13, 1782. He served in the 
War of 1812, and died just at its close at New Orleans. 

CHILDREN. 

744 Ivhoda Chamberlin, born F'ebruary 4, 1805. (See 

page 257.) 

745 Josiah, born November 23, 1806. (See page 257.) 

746 Daniel, born ; died unmarried, at sea. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 221 

-325- 

(From page 187.) 

JOSIAH LITTLE BAILEY, born in Newbury, N. H., 
May 28, 1786, was the son of John Giddings Bailey and his wife, 
Abigail (Little) Bailey. He married Anna Carter. He was a 
farmer, and lived at Newbury, Vt., where he died February 6, 
1835. His wife died August, 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

746a Mary Ann, born July 29, 1812 ; married Burke Tyler ; 
lived in Keene, N. H. 

746/^ William Harrison, born July 13, 1813 ; lived at Water- 
ford, Vt. 

747 John Gideon, born April 23, 1815 ; settled in New 
York. 
748 Betsy Maria, born December 29, 1816. (See page 258.) 

749 Fred, born May 22, 1818 ; settled in West Virginia; 

served in the Union Army during the Civil War, 

750 George, born February 11, 1821 ; died July, 1877; 

unmarried. 
751 Jasper, born December 5, 1823 ; died July, 1854. (See 
page 258.) 

-327- 

(From page 187.) 

ELISABETH MARIA BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., 
November 26, 1789, was the daughter of John Giddings 
Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Little) Bailey. She married 
Simon Blake, a successful business man. They lived on the 
homestead at Newbury, Vt. She died October, 1838. 

CHILDREN. 

752 Royal, born 

753 Betsy, born ; married a Mr. Gould. 

754 Oscar, born ; was a merchant in Chicago. 



i22 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-328- 

(From page 188) 

MARY FOLLANSBEE BAILEY, born in Newbury, 
N. H., January 28, 1793, was the daughter of John Giddings 
Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Little) Bailey. She married first, 
Ebenezer S. Mcllvain ; married second, Charles K. Merrill. 
Children by second husband. 

CHILDREN. 

755 Ira Merrill, born ; murdered at Sunapee, 

New Hampshire. 

756 Mary Merrill, born ; married William Hart. 

757 Sarah Merrill, born ; married Jeremiah Merrill. 

-333- 

(From page 188.) 

JONATHAN SARGENT BAILEY, born in Amcsbury, 
Mass , December 31, 1771, was the son of James Bailey and 
his wife, Abigail (Sargent) Bailey. He married Hannah 
Stevens. He was a felt maker at Amesbury, Mass , and died 
about 1798. 

CFHLDREN. 

758 David, born 1794- 

759 Abigail, born 1796. 

-334- 

(From page 188.) 

SALLY BAILEY, born in Amesbury, Mass., September 
20, 1774, was the daughter of James Bailey and his wife Abigail 
(Sargent) Bailey. She married Capt. Stephen Webster of 
Salisburyport, May ii, 1793. 

CHILDREN. 

760 James, born January 13, 1797. 

761 Jonathan, born January 23, 1799. 

762 Stephen, born P'ebruary 6, 1802. 

763 Sally, born ; died 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVF.NTH GENERATION. 223 

764 William Bailey, born January 17, 1810; drowned 

July, 1 8 17. 

765 Sally, born October 7, 181 1. 

-336- 

(From page 188.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born in Amesbury, Mass., March 20, 
1779, was the son of James Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Sar- 
gent) Bailey. He married Anna Mgrrill, August 8, 1801. She 
was the daughter of Adams and Anna M^fnTK She dled^^^ily 
2, 1802. He married second, Elisabeth Ordway, published No- 
vember 3, 1805. She was born June 5, 1779; died March 2, 
1862. William Bailey owned the property now held by the 
Catholic Society, and upon the present site of the St. Joseph 
Church the old Bailey house used to stand. He was one of the 
prosperous merchants of Amesbury, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

766 Anna Merrill, born May 4, 1802; married William J. 

Boardman, 1828; died 1830; no issue. 

767 Betsy, born November 7, 1806. (See page 258.) 

768 Abigail, born July 16, 1808. (See page 259.) 

769 Hannah Ordway, born March 25, 1813. (See 

page 259.) 

770 Orlando Sargent, born April 5, 1818. (Seepage 259.) 

771 Charles, born June 26, 1826. 

-338- 

(From page 189.) 

ORLANDO SARGENT BAILEY, born in Amesbury, 
Mass., December 22, 1784. He married Elisabeth Lowell. He 
died December 5, 1817, 

CHILDREN. 

772 Sally W., born May 14, 1810. 

773 Abner L., born January 8, 1814; married Hannah 

Swett, December 9, 1837. 



^24 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-341- 

(From page i8y.) 

MOSKS BAILEY, born in Amesbiuy, M.-iss., January 17, 
1792, was the son of James and Abigail (Sargent) Bailey. He 
married Susannah Leach of Amesbuiy; published March 2, 1815. 

CHILDREN. 

774 Elisabeth, born October 19, 18 16. 

775 Charles, born January 10, 1819. 

)r,Jliawv 1- <A ju.nt xr 1906. 

J)....) _355_ 

(From page 191.) 

MAJ. SAMUEL BAILEY, born in Weymouth, June 14, 
1758, was the son of Dea. Nathaniel Bailey and his wife, Tamar 
(White) Bailey. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, 
and was stationed at Castle Island, Boston Harbor, for some 
time after the war. He was captain of a horse company, organ- 
ized in Weymouth, 1798. He held the rank of major in the 
State Militia. He was an active member of the church with 
which he united in August, 1790. He married lilisabeth 
Blanchard, November 17, 1785. He died March 16, 1839 His 
widow received a pension from the U. S. government, until her 
death, November 8, 1843. Both arc buried in Highland Cem- 
etery, South Weymouth. 

CHILDREN. 

776 Samuel r., born August 3, 1788; died February 20, 
1847. (^ce page 260.) 
yyy Nathaniel, born November 30, 1789. He was captain 
of a vessel, and died in South America, June, 1820. 

778 Sally, born October 22, 1793; died February 27, 1817. 

779 Debbe, born December 29, 1797; married John F. 

Payson of Chelsea. 

780 Mary P., born August 7, 1806; married Jeremiah 

Torrey of Weymouth, June, 1839. 

-360- 

(From page 191.) 
ELISABETH l^AILEY, born in Weymouth, July 19, 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEV^ENTH GENERATION. 22$ 

1772, was the daughter of Dea. Nathaniel liailey and his wife, 
Tamar (White) Bailey. She married Josiah Blanchard, June 27, 

1793- 

CHILDREN. 

781 Elisabeth, born 

782 Marcus, born 

783 Rev. Ira H., born 

784 Laura, born 

-363- 

(From page 191.) 

ISAAC BAYLP:Y (or BAILEY,) (spelling of the name 
changed by him) born at Ward, (now Auburn) Mass, May 25, 
1788, was the son of Rev. Isaac Bailey and his wife, Elisa- 
beth (Emerson) Bailey. He graduated at Brown University, 
Providence, R. I., 1810; was poet of Philemonicia Society, editor 
of Rhode Island Literary Messenger 3.x\d ?i\ii\\or of U. S Naval 
Biography. He married Jane Whitman, daughter of Jacob 
Whitman, Jr., of Providence, R. I. She was born March 25, 
1793, and died at Waterville, Me., June 27, 1886. Mr. Bailey 
went South. The place of his death is unknown. His widow 
married as her second husbawd, Prof. George W. Keely of 
Waterville, Me. 

CHILDREN. 

785 Jacob Whitman, born April 29, 181 1. (See page 261.) 
785a William Mason, born November 23, 1815; died in 
Providence, R. I., M ly 6, 1897; ^^^^ seven chil- 
dren, five of whom are now living. 
785^ Samuel Emerson, born 

-368- 

(From page 192.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born December 22, 1765, was daughter 
of Joseph Bailey, Jr., and his wife, Jerusha (Webster) Bailey. 
She married Samuel S. Elliot, July 17, 1803; descendants living 
in Ann Arbor, Mich. 



226 FART TWO. SEVKNTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

786 Samuel, born 

787 Bessie, born 
788. Sarah, born 

-369- 

(From page 192.) 

JOSI'LPH BAILEY, born in Sharon, Conn., 1767, was son 
of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Jerusha (Webster) Bailey. He 
married Jerusha Wadsworth ; has descendants in Niles, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

789 Byron, born 

-370- 

(From page 192.) 

rKLP:TIAH BAILEY, born in Sharon, Conn., March 21, 
1778, was son of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Jerusha (Webster) 
Bailey. He married Phebe Baldwin of New Milford, November 
26, 1801, She was lineal descendant of Richard Baldwin, who 
settled in Milford, Conn., 1635. They have descendants now 
living in Sharon, who occupy his father's homestead. The 
house was built about 1787, ancT is in good repair. He was a 
man of considerable property, as he in his lifetime gave each of 
his sons a farm, and each daughter household furnishings, a 
horse and saddle, and 1^300 on their wedding day. At this 
writing, April, 1899, none of the descendants by the name of 
liailey occupy the homestead ; all the male line are dead except 
the descendants of Joseph liailey and Jerusha (Wadsworth) 
Bailey, and those who survive and have the name of Bailey are 
living in Michigan. 

CHILDREN. 

790 Esther, born February 8, 1803 ; married Ebenezer 

Abel. 

791 Lucretia, born August 8, 1804; married Harmon 

liuck. 
792 l^etsy, born June 2, 1806. (See page 262.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY DRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 227 

793 Joel Webster, born August 24, 1808; married Laura 

Marsh of New Milford, Conn. 

794 Truman G., born July 24, 1810; married Clark 

Sharon. 

795 Edwin H., born June 21, 1812; died, after studying 

for the ministry, at 23 years of age. 

-372- 

(From page 192.) 

JOANNA BAILEY, born in Sharon, Conn., June, 1789, 
was daughter of Joseph Bailey and his wife, Jerusha (Webster) 
Bailey. She married John A. Elliot, 1809. 

CHILDREN. 

796 Dr. Joseph Bailey, born ; living in Brooklyn, 

New York. 

797 Samuel E., born ; living in Salisbury, 

Connecticut. 

-379- 

(From page 193.) 

SAMUEL BAILEY, born in Lebanon, Conn., January 27, 
1764, was the son of Samuel Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Gay) 
Bailey. He married first, Chloe Tilden. He married second, 
Lydia Crocker, May 6, 1787. She was the daughter of John 
Crocker and his wife, Ann (Camp) Crocker; born at Montvillc, 
Conn., October 27, 1761 ; died April 6, 1830. He died July 24, 
1835. Children were born in Lebanon, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

798 Chloe, born October 15, 1789; married a Mr. Hoxie. 
799 Gordon, born June 26, 1792; died April 11, 1876. 

(See page 263.) 
800 Lydia, born i795 ; died 1796. 

801 Lydia Ann, born September 11, 1798; died 
1854. (See page 263.) 
802 Abigail, born October 20, 1801 ; married John Beau- 
mont ; was living in Litchfield, Conn , 1897, 



228 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-382- 

(From page 193.) 

ASAHKL liAlLKY, born in Lebanon, Conn., April 30, 
1769, was the son of Samuel Hailey and his wife, Abigail (Gay) 
Bailey. He married Mabel l^uell. 

CHILDREN. 

803 Lucrctia, born ; married Joshua Porter. 

-390- 

(From page 194.) 

JKRUSMA BAILEY, born in Lebanon, Conn., April 21, 
1 78 1, was the daughter of Saxton Hailcy and his wife, Lois 
(Hunt) Hailcy. Slie married .Samuel Little, June 22, 1808. 
She ilied Novemlier 3, 1855. 

CFlir,I)REN. 

804 ]'',mily, l)orn April 27, 1809; died June 14, 1830. 
805 Saxton H.iiley, born April 19, 1813. (See page 264 ) 

806 William Buckingham, born June 6, 1815; married 

llnrriet Palmer. 

807 kcv. Charles, born September 26, 1818; married 

first, Amelia Newton ; married second, Susan 
Robbins. He was educated at Yale ; became a 
missionary in India; died in Lincoln, Neb. 

-391- 

(From page 194.) 

J(JSIIUA BAILEY, born in Lebanon, Conn., April 21, 
1783, wab the son of Saxton Bailey and his wife, Lois (Hunt) 
Pailey. lie removed to Darien, N. Y., 1806. He married 
Elisabeth Durkce, August 5, 18 19. She was born in Hanover, 
N. H., August 27, 1790, and died March 22, 1874. He died 
March 19, 1874. Both died at Darien, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

808 I'^lisabeth Freeman, born August 20, 1820; married 

William Sanborn. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 229 

809 Cynthia Sophia, born February 23, 1822 ; married 

Coddington liillings, January 19, 185 1. 

810 Sophronia Durkee, born November 28, 1824 ; died 

811 Ellen Placentia, born April 3, 1829; married Joseph 

Shepard, April 5, 1853. 

-394- 

(From page 194.) 

DANIEL BAILEY, born in Lebanon, Conn., December 
II, 1791, was the son of Saxton Bailey and his wife, Lois (Hunt) 
Bailey. He went with his father from Lebanon, Conn., to 
Darien, N. Y., January 14, 1808. He married Mehitable Esther 
Brooks, March 11, 1816; married second, Cynthia Hervia 
Adams, September 15, 1839; married third, Ruth Dearborn, 
1853. Children by second wife, all born in Darien. 

CHILDREN. 

812 Cynthia Mehitable, born February 25, 1841 ; married 

and lives at White Plains, N. Y. 

813 James Adams, born March i, 1843 ; married Estella 

Hamilton, May 9, 1870. He was killed by the 
cars at Fowlersville, March 25, 1876. 

814 Daniel Hunt, born May $, 1846; killed at battle of 

Cold Harbor, Va., June 5, 1864. 
815 William Herbert, born March 4, 1850. (Seepage 264.) 

-407- 

(From page 195.) 

ABNER BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., October 8, 
1765, was the son of Dea. Abner Bailey and his wife, Abigail 
Cheney) Bailey. He married Mary Kendrick, September 26, 
1788. Mary Bailey, widow, died 181 2. 

CHILDREN. 

816 Mary, born February 15, 1789. 

817 Abigail, born October 26, 1791. 

818 Abner, 3d, born January 26, 1794 ; marriage intentions 

to Sally Hardy of Bradford published December 
26, 1818. 



230 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

819 James Kendrick, born March 2, 1796. 

820 Judith, born March 5. 1799. 

82 [ Fidelia, born March 15, 1801 ; married Roswell Ho|)- 
kins Bailey, 183 1, of the Richard Bailey line. 

-411- 

(From page 195) 

JOHN liAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., April 21, 1787, 
was the son of Dea. Abner liailey and his second wife, Judith 
(Kendrick) Bailey. lie married Anna Pearson, December 9, 
1810. She was a daughter of Simeon Pearson of Newbury port, 
and died September 4, i860. He died P'ebruary 16, 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

822 John, Jr., born March 13, 1813. (See page 264.) 

823 Simon P., born July 30, 1825 ; died July i, 1836. 

-448- 

(From page 198.) 

JOSEPH JENNES BAILEY, born in Londonderry, N II., 
July 21, 1812, was the son of Josiah Bailey and his wife, Ruth 
(Poor) Bailey. He married Almira Danforth, only daughter of 
Master Daniel Danforth ; removed to West Newbury, Mass., 
where he was a farmer, also extensively engaged in the lumber 
business, purchasing stock in the north, shipping it to Newbuiy, 
and selling it at the various shipyards. 

CHILDREN. 

824 Elisabeth Ann, born May 2, 1828; married John Hun- 

tington. 

825 Almira Danforth, born May 8, 1831; married Joseph 

Henderson Marshall, May 20, 1849. 

826 Daniel Danforth, born June 20, 1834. (See page 265.) 

827 Joseph Edmonds, born March 30, 1839. (See 

page 265.) 

828 William Pearson, born June 17, 1842. (See page 266) 

-449- 

(From page 198.) 
JOHN BAILEY, born in Londonderry, N. H., July 21, 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 23 [ 

i8i2, (twin to Joseph Jennes Bailey) was the son of Josiah 
Bailey and his wife, Ruth (Poor) Bailey ; married Pamelia 

CHILDREN. 

829 Benjamin, born 1841. (See page 266.) 

830 Henry, born 

-477- 

(From page 200.) 

DEA. STEPHEN BAILEY, born September 2, 1764, was 
a son of Stephen Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Pillsbury), 
Bailey. He married Anna Carr, daughter of Daniel and Betsy 
(Chase) Carr of Newbury. She was born August 8, 1767 ; died 
October 12, 1830. He died November 25, 183 1. 

CHILDREN. 

831 James, born 

832 Stephen, born 

833 Daniel Carr, born 

834 Betsy, born 

835 Anna, born ; married Moses Sargent. 

836 Lavina, born ; married John Richardson. 

-481- 

(From page 200.) 

MOSES BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., September 9, 
1769, was the son of Enoch Bailey and his wife, Esther (Sawyer) 
Bailey. He married Garthene (or Cartaret) Sawyer of Ames- 
bury. He died November 15, 1850; buried in Rocksbridge 
Cemetery. 

CHILDREN. 

837 Richard Sawyer, born February 6, 1792; died July 3, 

1 802. 

838 Judith, born July 24, 1798 ; married Daniel Danforth. 

839 Sarah, (or Sally) born January 12, 1803 ! married 

Laban Merrill, September 23, 1819. 
840 Richard S., born July 23, 18 14. (See page 267.) 



232 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-482- 

(From page 200.) 

1<:N0C1I bailey, bom in West Newbury, Mass., Febru- 
ary 26, 1772, was the son of Enoch liailey and his wife, l'2sther 
(Sawyer) Hailey. He married Elisabeth (or lietsy) Morse about 
1797. She was a daughter of Stephen and Sarah (liiiley) 
Morse, born October 25, 1777. They lived in the southwestern 
part of Newbury, Vt. The earliest children were born in a log 
house. Later a frame house was built, but is not now in 
existence. Enoch l^ailey died September 16, 1819. His widow 
married Simon Ward. She died March, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

841 Enoch, born December 11, 1798-9; married Fanny 

Jewett, December 28, 1826; removed to Hyde 
Park. 

842 Stephen Morse, born December 9, 1800; married 

Hannah Dustin ; had several children. At his 
wife's death he went West. 

843 Richard, born April 14, 1804; died May 12, 1804. 
§44 Joshua, born February 24, 1806 ; died February 14, 

1892. (See page 267.) 
845 James Spencer, born F'ebruary 18, 1809. (^'-'C 
page 268.) 

846 Clarissa, born February 9, 181 1 ; lived in Lowell, 

Mass.; died about 1870; unmarried. 

847 lietsy, (or Elisabeth) born April 29, 1817; married 

David ; married second, John ; died 

March 30, 1898. 

-485- 

(From pa^e 200.) 

DANHi:L BAH.EY, born in West Newbury, Ma.ss., Octo 
ber 14, 1778, was the son of Enoch liailey and his wife, Esther 
(Sawyer) liailey. He married Sarah Noyes, September 17, 
1806. He died September 13, 1867. 



JOHN OF SALISnUKV BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 233 

CHILDREN. 

848 Lucinda Noyes, born August 2, 1807; <^l't^^ June 28, 
1829. 
849 Enoch, born January 4, 1809; removed to Attleboro ; 
died 1886. (See page 268.) 

850 Martha Noyes, born November 4, 1810. 

851 Harriet, born October 12, 1812; died October 15, 

1893- 

852 Sallie Emery, born May 11, 1816; living in West New- 

bury, 

853 Marietta R., born October 28, 1819; married Ira 

Bradley of Haverhill. 

854 Hannah T., born March 5, 1825 ; married Asa Gage. 

She died 1885. 

-491- 

(From page 201.) 

CYRUS BAILEY, born in Berlin, Vt., May 21, 1784, was 
the son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sally (Chase) Bailey. 
He married Hannah Bailey, daughter of Kbenezer and Sarah 
(Bailey) Bailey. She was born in Berlin. Vt., April i, 1788. 
He was a successful farmer and captain of State Militia. He 
died November 3, 1858. (See No. 514.) 

CHILDREN. 

855 Betsy, born . (See page 268.) 

856 Joshua, born June 12, 1812; died August, 1888. (See 

page 269.) 

857 Andrew, born . (See page 269.) 

858 Socrates, born . (See page 270.) 

859 Caroline, born March 28, 1823; died December 23, 

1855. (See page 270.) 
860 Merrill, born ; died, aged 13 years. 

-494- 

(From page 201.) 

JOSHUA BAILEY, born in Berlin, N. H., November 19, 
1787, was the son of Joshua Bailey and Sally (Chase) Bailey. 

17 



234 PAKl TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

He married Rhoda Allen ; was a farmer and settled in Elsmere, 
Vermont. 

CHILDKEN. 

86 1 Orange, born 

862 Orin, born 

863 Susan, born February 14, 1820. (Sec page 270.) 

-498- 

(From page 201.) 

SAMUEL BAILEY, born in Berlin, N. H., May 6, 1796, 
was the son of Joshua liailey and his wife, Sally (Chase) Jkiilcy. 
He married Marilla House; settled in Elsmere, Vt. 

cniLDKi:N. 

864 A. Rudolph us, born 

-499- 

(From page 201.) 

GEORGE WASIHNGTON liAH.EY, born in Ik-rlin, Vt., 
July 27, 1798, was the son of Joshua liailey and his wife, Sally 
(Chase) Bailey. He married Rebecca Warren. She was the 
daughter of Joel Warren of lierlin, Vt.; settled in Elsmere, Vt.; 
afterwards removed to Montpelier, Vt. 

CHILDKEN. 

865 Rosamond, born April 10, 1822; married a Mr. Kelly. 
866 J(^^'l Warren, born May i, 1824. (See page 271.) 

867 George W., born November 16, 1825 ; died 

868 Charles, born March i, 183 1. 

869 (leorge W, born April 6, 1833; married Reed, 

daughter of Thomas l-ieed. 

870 Dr. James, born May 12, 1835; lives at Ticonderoga, 

New York. 

871 rhcroi) ()., b )rn ; married a daughter of 

i'jastus L,"am|) of Montpelier. 

872 ICdward W., born 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SF.Vr.NTH OF.NF.RATION. 235 

-501- 

(From page 201.) 

JOSEPH BAILEY, born in Ikrlin. Vt , November 20, 
1802, was a son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sally (Chase) 
Bailey. He married Sally Gurley of Berlin, Vt.; settled in 
Elsmere, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

873 Eliza, born ; married a physician. 

874 Eunice, born (See page 271.) 

-502- 

(From page 201.) 

SOPHIA BAILEY, born m Ikrlin, Vt., April 2, 1805, was 
the daughter of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Sally (Chase) 
j^uiley. She married Elijah Poor, April 4, 1826. He was the 
son of Jesse Poor and his wife, Phebe (Hedges) Poor; removed 
to New York State. 

CHILDREN. 

875 Elijah Bailey, born September 27, 1827 ; married 

Louise Coffee. 

876 Elzina Sophia, born September 8, 1829; married Tim- 

othy C. Brown. 

877 William R., born December 26, 1833 ; died 1845. 

878 Samuel Chase, born August 23, 1836. 

879 Harriet Nye, born July 14, 1838 ; married Lewis Mc- 

Ewen. 

880 Sarah Maria, born March 4, 1840; married Edwin 

C. Avery. 

-507- 

(From page 202.) 

JOSHUA l^AILEY, born m West Newbury, Mass., No- 
vember 22, 1789, was a son of Paul Bailey and his wife, P2mma 
(Carr) liailey. He married Elisabeth (Chase) Carr, P'ebruary 18, 
1817. She was born in Newbury, Mass, February 16, 1799; 
was a daughter of Samuel Carr and Elisabeth (Chase) Carr, 
He died January 21, 1849. She died April 11, 1839. 



236 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

881 Gustavus A., born April 26, 1820. (See page 271.) 

882 Sarah Elisabeth, born June 13, 1828. 

883 Mary Ellen, born August 24, 1830. 

884 Henry Clay, born October 22, 1833; died October 

1838. 

885 I'aul Albert, born June 9, 1838; died March, 1839. 

-508- 

(From page 202.) 

WALTER BAILEY, born in West Newbury, October 2 
1791, was a son ot Paul Bailey and his wife, Emma (Carr) 
Bailey. He married Mary Pillsbury. 

CHILDREN. 

886 William Pillsbury, born October 13, 1816. 

887 Ebenezer Carter, born March 15, 1818. 

-509- 

(From page 202.) 

EBENEZER BAILEY, born in West Newbury, June 25. 
1794, was the son of Paul Bailey and his wife, Emma (Carr) 
Bailey. He married Adeline Dodge, May 13, 1824, daughter of 
Allen Dodge ; born in Newbui^port, March 17, 1806. He 
removed to Boston, later to Lynn, where he died August 5, 
1839. 

CHILDREN. 

888 Mary A., born ; married Prof. Samuel 

Green of l^rown University, l*rovidence, R. I. 

889 I'icrpoint, born 

890 Ellen, born 

891 Allen, born 

892 Emma, born 

-513- 

(From page 202.) 

ANNA BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., Octobtr 6, 
1786, wiKS the daughter of Ebenezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah 



- JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 237 

(Bailey) Bailey. She married Samuel Plumer Currier. He was 
a son of Asa Currier and his wife, Rebecca (Plumer) Currier. 
She died December i, 1840. Her husband then married Pru- 
dence Perin. 

CHILDREN. 

893 Sarah, born May 9, 1806 ; married Ziba Roberts. 

894 Asa, born May 20, 1808. 

895 Nancy M., born July 12, 1810 ; married Hilas Bowen. 

896 James Madison, born August 15, 1812; married Har- 

riet Wheeler. 

897 Eliza Ann, born July i, 1814. 

898 Ira, born September 19, 1816; married Louise Coval. 

899 Algernon, born November 15, 1819 ; married Jane 

Strong. 

900 Paul Bailey, born April 10, 1822; married first, Mary 

L. Cole ; married second, Mary Cole, cousin to 
his first wife. 

901 Rebecca Plumer, born July 13, 1825 ; married Samuel 

Currier Bailey ; lives now in Haverhill, Mass.; has 
one child, Flora, who married a Mr. Scribner; 
lives in Haverhill. 

-515- 

(From page 202.) 

JOSHUA BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., Eebruary 
26, 1790, was the son of Ebenezcr Bailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Bailey) Bailey. He married Bct.sy Clark ; settled in Barre, Vt. 

CHILD KEN. 

902 Ebenezer, born 

903 Oliver, born 

904 Thomas Wells, born 

905 Samuel, born 

906 Harrison, born ; married a widow, her 

maiden name being Ann Chase. 

907 Andrew Jackson, born ; died unmarried. 

908 Matilda, born married a Mr. Post. 



238 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

909 Alson, born 

910 Betsy, born ; married ; no children. 

-516- 

(From page 202.") 

SARAH HA I LEY, born in Newbury, Mass., February 19, 
1792, was the daughter of Ebcnezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Bailey) Bailey. She married Otis Peck. 

CHILDKKN. 

911 Austin, born ; died at liarre, Vt.; unmarried. 

912 Eliza, born 

913 Zebitha, born ; unmarried. 

914 Jason, born 

915 Lucian, born ; married Morse. 

916 Luther, born ; married Bassett. 

917 Heman, born ; married Keziah Nye. 

-517- 

(From page 202.) 

EBENEZER l^AILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., June 25. 
1794, was son of l^benezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Bailey) 
Bailey, f-le married Sarah Jienjamin. She was born May 28, 
1798. 

CHILDREN. 

918 Caroline Abigail, born November 10, 1820; married 

Caswell. 
919 Ozias lienjamin, born February 6, 1822. (See 
jiage 272.) 

920 Arozina, l)orn April 27, 1826; died June 2, 1863. 

921 I'^rederic, born August 24, 1S27 ; died 1866; unmarried. 

922 JCmery Saxlon, born August 28, 1829. 

923 William, born January 22, 1831. (See page 272.) 

924 Thomas Wells, born March 10, 1833. 

925 i'^liza, born December 2, 1835. 

926 Ebcnezer, born August 23, 1837. (^<-'C P^-gc 273.) 

927 Joshua, born October 16, 1842. (See page 273.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 239 

-521- 

(From page 203.) 

MATILDA BAILEY, born in Berlin, Vt., May 26, 1803, 
was the daughter of Ebenezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Bailey) Bailey. She married Samuel Pearce (or Pierce.) 

CHILDREN. 

928 Schuyler, born 

929 Alvin, born 

-524- 

(From page 203.) 

DR. THOMAS VVRLLS BAILKY, born in Berlin, Vt., 
February 16, 1811, was the son of Kbenezer Bailey and his wife, 
Sarah (Bailey) Bailey; resides at Topsham, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

930 I'^ll'i Sarah, born January 13, 1837. (See page 274.) 

931 Alma, born ; married a Mr. Drennan of 

Morrisonville, Vt. 

-555- 

(From page 205.) 

JACOB BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., 
1789, was the son of Col. Joshua Bailey and his wife, Anna 
(Fowler) Bailey. He married Sarah Peach, 1815, daughter of 
William Peach. She was born 1790, and died 1870. They set- 
tled at Jefferson Hill. 

CHILDREN. 

932 Elisabeth, born 1815 ; married O. C. liar- 

rett, 1841. 

933 George, born ; married 

F'elch ; lived at Jefferson Hill. 

934 Thomas P., born ; removed to Iowa. 

935 Mary P., born ; married David Hudson. 

936 Sarah, born 1853 ; married Joseph H. 

P^uller, 



240 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-556- 

(From page 205.) 

JOHN liAILKY, born at Newbury, Vt., July 14, 1791, was 
the son of Col. Joshua Bailey and his wife, y\nna (Fowler) 
liailey. He married Martha Powers, 1819. She 

was the daughter of Stcj^hen Powers and grandcUuighter of Rev. 
Peter Powers. They lived on a little farm in Newbury, six 
miles from Wells River. John Bailey died 1879. 

CHILDREN. 

937 Martha, born 1820; married first, Eidward 

Cooledge, 1844; married second, Andrew Nutter, 
1 86c ; she died 1895. 
938 John, born 1822. (See page 274.) 

939 Mary, born 1824; married Calvin Mars- 

ters, 1844. 

940 Betsy, born 1827; married first, Stephen 

Weeks ; married second, Mr. Moody. 

941 y\bigail, born 1830; married Moses Brock, 

Jr., 1853. 

942 Almira, born 1832; married John W. 

Swain, 1850. 

-558- 

(From page 206.) 

P:PHRAIM BAH.EY, bom in Newbury, Vt., May 28, 
179S, was the son of Col. Joshua liailey and his wife, Anna 
(Fowler) Bailey. He married Mary Prescott, 182C. 

She was the daughter of Joseph Prescott, and died 1873. 
Ephraim liailey died 1875. 

CHILDREN. 

943 Lucinda, born 1828; married Henry E. 

Cook. 

944 Joseph, born 1830. 

945 Eliza, born 1835 ; married Joshua, Jr. 

946 Lucy, born 1836; died 1838. 

947 Mary J;ine, born 1840; married Carter 

Brooks of West Newbury, 1861. 



JOHN OF SALISIJURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 24I 

948 Serepta George, born 1843 ; married John 

Crawford. 

949 Amanda, born 1848; died 1849 

-560- 

(From page 206.) 

ABNER BAYLEY, born in Newbury, Vt., April 30, 1778, 
was the son of Capt. Jacob Bailey and his wife, Ruth (Bedel) 
liailey. He married first, Polly Barker, August, 1801. She died 
1803. Married second, Lucinda Merrill, 1808. She was the 
daughter of Maj. Nathaniel Merrill of Haverhill, N. H. In 
181 1 he married third, Betsy Hibbard, daughter of Col. Aaron 
and Sarah (Merrill) Hibbard of Bath, N. H. When quite a 
young man Mr. Bayley purchased a large meadow farm, about 
one mile south of Newbury Village. By careful management 
and economy he accumulated what was considered a handsome 
property, and became a large land holder. He was descended 
from the earliest and most prominent settlers of this locality, 
being the grandson, on his father's side, of Gen. Jacob liaylcy of 
Newbury, Vt., and the grandson on his mother's side of Col. 
Timothy Bedel of Haverhill, N. H. He died May 9, 1852; his 
widow died November 17, 1857. 

CHILDREN. 

950 Moody Barker, born October 19, 1803. (See page 275.) 
951 Nathaniel, born June 7, 1812; married Phebe Ann 
Clark (widow of his brother Allen), June 10, 1880 ; 
no issue. He died November 25, 1892. Was a 
prominent citizen of Haverhill, N. H. 
952 Azro, born June 30, 1814. (See page 275.) 
953 Lucinda, born December 4, 1816; died September 3, 
1828. 

954 Albert, born March 21, 1818. (See page 275.) 

955 Edwin, born July 16, 1820. (See page 276.) 

956 Nelson, born June 6, 1821. (See page 276.) 

957 MHo, born February 4, 1824. (See page 277.) 

. 958 Ruth, born November 17, 1825 ; died July 9, 1897. 

959 Martha, born July 20, 1827 ; died August 30, 1828. 

960 Allen, born May 5, 1829; married Phebe Ann Clark, 

April 2, 1857. He died June 18, 1875; no 
children. 



242 PART TWO. SKVKNTH GKNKKATION. 

961 George, born February 28, 1831 ; died November 28, 
1892. Served in the Civil War. 

962 l.ucinda, born February 5, 1833. (^^'C page 2^^?) 

963 Mary Sutherland, born September 12, 1836. (See 

page 278.) 

-562- 

(From page 206.) 

EZEKIEL LADD BAILEY, son of Capt. Jacob and 
Mary (Ladd) liailey, born 1786 ; married in Rutland, Vt., 
l<21ethear Ruggles, born in Pomfret, Conn., 1795. She was the 
tlaughter of Thomas and Alithear (Smith) Ruggles. Ezekiel 
Ladd descended by his mother, Mary (Ladd) l^ailey, directly 
from Samuel Ladd of Haverhill, Mass., who was killed by the 
Indians February 22, 1698, in Haverhill. Elethear also directly 
tlescended by her mother, Alithear (Smith) Ruggles, from 
Jonathan Haines, who was with Samuel Ladd at the same place, 
and was at the same time and in the same manner killed by the 
Indians, there being the same number of generations in each 
succession since their blood flowed together. 

CIULDKKN. 

964 Thomas R., born 

965 Mary L , born 

966 Pranklin L., born ; lives in lioston. 

967 liieanor, born 

-571- 

(From page 206.) 

JOSEI'Il IIUTCIIINS BAILEY, son of Capt. Jacob and 
Mary (Ladd) Bailey, born 1809; married first, Mary P. Sawyer; 
married second, Judith A. Grow, 1851. She was a great-grand- 
daughter of Rev. ]*eter Powers, lie settled in Newbury Centre, 
and lived there 47 years. He had four children by first wife 
and two by second wife. 

CHILDREN. 

9G8 Mary, born 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 243 

969 Joseph K., born 

970 Milo C, born 

971 Jacob, born 

973 Hale Grow born ; living on the old homestead. 

974 Charles A., born ; a successful banker at Stoneham. 

-573- 

(From page 207.) 

♦JAMES A. BAILEY, called Captain Jim, born in New- 
bury, N. H., January 24, 1784, was the son of James Bailey and 
his wife, Sarah (Bailey) Bailey. He married Mary Christie of 
Newbury, Mass., 1809. 

CHILDREN. 

975 Abigail Little, born December 14, 1809. 

976 Mary Ann, born July 4, 1812 ; married James Gage of 

Newbury, Vt. 

977 Sophronia, born May 18, 181 5 ; married Charles J. 

Scott, a lumber merchant of Wells River, Vt. 

978 Thomas C, born November 11, 1817 ; died Novem- 

ber 27, 1842. 

979 Josiah Little, born August 15, 1820; died August 21, 

1839. 

980 Richard W., born February 8, 1824 ; lives at Lancas- 

ter, N. H. 

981 Harriet, born May 15, 1829; married Cyrus Gage; 

lives at Wells River. 

*NoTE. —James A. Bailey above, on his mother's side, is in the eighth 
generation. (See page 218.) 

-603- 

(From page 209.) 

ABNER BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., January 3, 
1780, was the son of Daniel Bailey and his wife, Mary (Merrill) 
Bailey. He married Sarah Bradbury, January 27, 1803. Abner 
Bailey was blind, and died September 4, 1859. His wife died 
May 9, 1841; buried in Bridge Street Cemetery, Newbury, Mass. 



244 i'akt two. sicvi'.n'iii cil'.n i.ra iion. 

ciiii.i>i<i:n. 
9<S2 Samuel Coffin, born June 30, 1805. 
983 Judith Sawyer, born May 8, 1807. (See page 278.) 
984 Sally, (or Sarah) born ; married a Mr. 

Stevens. 
985 Joseph S., born August i, 1812. (Sec page 278.) 

-606- 

(From page 209.) 

JUDITH liAILKY, born in Newbury, Mass., March 7, 
1787, was the daughter of Daniel Bailey and his wife, Mary 
(Merrill) Bailey. She married Isaac Short. He was a son of 
l^arnes and Mollie liailey (a descendant of Richard Bailey) 
Short, born 1770. 

CllILDKEN. 

986 Ann Sawyer, born 1809; died unmarried. 

987 Daniel Bailey, born October 4, 181 1 ; manietl Diana 

Pillsbiiry. 

988 Isaac Abner, born 1815; died 1831. 

989 Judith Jane, born September 18, 1818; married 

Edmond K. Colby. 

990 Mary, born September 18, 1818; unmarried. 

991 Samuel Kimball, born July 4, 1821 ; unmarried. 

992 Susanna Sawyer, born July 8, 1827; married Joseph 

Williams. 

993 Elisabeth Allen, born July 9, 1831 ; unmarried. 

-608- 

CKrom page 209.) 

Sy\RAH BAH.EY, born in Newbury, Mass., April 24, 
1792, was the daughter of Daniel I-Jailey and his wife, Mary 
(Merrill) Bailey. She married Joseph Head. He was the son 
of Reuben and I-ydia (Day) Head ; born August 21, 1793. He 
was a blacksmith in Pembroke, Concord and I-lxeter, N. H. 
She <lied in Salisbury, May 5, 1876. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SF-VF.NTH GF.NF.RATION. 245 

CIIILDKKN. 

994 Sarah L., born August 27, 1818 ; died unmarried. 

995 Josepli M., born August 4, 1820; married Martha 

Fulsome. 

996 Abby M., born August 22, 1823. 

997 Daniel, born July 31, 1826 ; married Head ; 

removed to Maine. 

998 John, born April 3, 1829. 

-811- 

(From page 210) 

JOHN BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., April 7, 1788. 
was the son of John Bailey and his wife, Mary (Currier) Bailey. 
He married Eliza lirown, 1826. 

CHILDREN. 

999 James M., born December 5, 1827; died September 7, 

1846. 

1000 Emily, born June 21, 1829; died October 29, 1845. 
1001 John, born November i, 1830; died November i, 

1898. (See page 279.) 
1002 Stephen, born December 14, 1834; unmarried. 
1003 Augustus F., born March 3, 1836. (See page 279.) 

-612- 

(From page 210.) 

JAMES BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., May 10, 1790, 
was the son of John Bailey and his wife, Mary (Currier) Bailey. 
He married Sarah Davis. 

CHILDREN. 

1004 James Munroe, born 

1005' John, born ; living in Franklin Falls, 

New Hampshire. 

1006 Cyrus, born ; living in Franklin Falls, 

New Hampshire. 

1007 Sarah, born 



246 PARI' TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-613- 

(From page 210.) 

FRIEND BAILEY, born in New Hampshire, July 8, 1793, 
was I lie .son of Jolin Bailey and his wife, Mary (Currier) Bailey. 
He uiarricil Susan lilanchard. He died February 22, 1818. 
His wife died May 9, 1884. 

CHILDREN. 

1008 I'Veeman, born July 28, i8i6; married Mandana 

Stearns, June 15, 1852. He died March i, 1872; 
two children, a son and daughter, survive him. 

1009 I'Viend, born May 6, 1821 ; married Sarah J. Gilman ; 

no children. 
1010 Susan Jane, born March 23, 1832. (See page 280.) 

-615- 

(From page 210.) 

MARY BAILEY, born June 16, 1798, was the daughter of 
John Bailey and his wife, Mary (Currier) Bailey. She married 
I'earley Dickenson ; lived in Hill, N. H. . 

CHILDREN. 

loi I J. B. P., born 

1012 Susan, born 

-616- 

(From page 210.) 

NANCY ]?AILEY, born March 24, 1801, was the daugh 
ter of John Bailey and his wife, Mary (Currier) liailey. She 
married James Tucker; lived in Hill, N. II. 

CHILDREN. 

1013 William, born 
101 3^? Hannah, born 

1014 Mary, born 

1015 Marilla, born 

1016 Nancy Jane, born 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BKANCIT. SKVKNTIT GKNKKA TION. 247 

-617- 

(From page 210) 

JACOB E. BAILEY, born in New Hampshire, January 
28, 1804, was the son of John Bailey and his wife, Mary (Currier) 
Bailey. He married Eliza Rollins, January 29, 1826; married 
second, Miss Steven, 1838. 

CHILDREN. 

1017 Mary, born June 12, 1824; married; lives in Ber- 

wick, Me. 

1018 Dolly, born November 27, 1827; died Ajjril 4, 1848. 

1019 Simon J., born January 21, 1830; died April 2, 1868. 

1020 Lydia Ann, born February 22, 1834. 

1021 Sarah A., born May 18, 1840. (See page 280) 

1022 Susan, born December 9, 1842; married Henry Mc- 

Daniel, November 20, 1883 ; no children. 

-619- 

(From page 210.) 

DOLLY BAILEY, born May 8, 1809, was the daughter of 
John liailey and his wife, Mary (Currier) Jiailey. She married 
John Wadleigh ; was living in East Andover, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1023 John Van Buren, born 

1024 Mary, born 

1025 Anna, born ; married Bartlctt. 

-624- 

(From page 210.) 

ENSIGN BAILEY, born September 6, 1781, was the son 
of Abraham Bailey and his wife, Ruth (Kendall) Bailey. He 
married Martha McDonald, January 22, 1807. She was born at 
Brookline, N. H., March 17, 1788, and died November 11, 1863. 
He died August 2, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

1026 Fernando, born February 16, 1808; died October 28, 

1817. 



248 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1027 Alonzo K., born September 15, 1810. (See page 280.) 

1028 Miranda, born July 10, 1812. (Sec page 280) 

1029 Kendall, born August i, 1814; died December 8, 

1827. 

1030 Martha, born May 15, 1816; died October 25, 1826. 
1031 I'V-rnando, born February 6, 181 8. (See page 281.) 

1032 Walter, born June 26, 1820; died August 8, 1825. 

1033 Carohne, born January 11, 1822; died August 12, 

1825. 

1034 Luke, born August 11, 1823; died August 15, 1825. 

1035 Caroline, born February 23, 1826; died January 11, 

1892. 
1035 Hirriet, bora November 22, 1827. (See page 281.) 
1037 Martha, born December 2, 1829 ; died Decembers, 

1889. 
1038 Kmily B., born March 25, 1832. (See page 282.) 

-686- 

(From page 215.) 

ICDWARD BAILEY, born September 23, 1792, was the 
son of Oliver liailey and his wife, Mollie (Perkins) IViiley. He 
married Nabby Milliken, September 21, 1820. She was born at 
Jaffrcy, N. II., 1802, and died October 6, 1826; married second, 
Mrs. Sarah Ilayden Perkins, November 30, 1837. She was born 
at iMtzwilliam, N. II., June 13, 1795, and died November 29, 
1877. He died January 6, 1871. 

CHILDREN. 

1039 Alfred, born May ii, 1823; died February 11, 1827. 

1040 Randall, born February ii, 1824; died January 27, 

1825. 

1041 Frederic William, born August 15, 1839. (See 

page 2S2.) 

1042 Edward Hayden, born March 3, 1841. (Seepage 2S2.) 

-687- 

(From page 215.) 
MARY BAILEY, born May 8, 1794, was the daughter of 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 249 

Oliver Bailey and his wife, Mollie (Perkins) Bailey. She mar- 
ried Samuel Emery, July 12, 1821. She died March 26, 1883. 

CHILDREN. 

1043 Frederic Augustus, born February 13, 1823 ; died 

November 6, 1850. 

1044 Mary Louise, born September 15, 1824; married 

Samuel Burt. 

1045 Almon Samuel, born March 21, 1830; married 

Cylinda Marshall. 

1046 Christopher Fernando, born April 10, 1832; married 

Antoinette Burke. 

1047 Ermina Marinda, born March 25, 1835 ; married first, 

Henry S. Woodbury; second, Robert Kidd. 

1048 Oliver Bailey, born March 4, 1839; died February 17, 

1840. 

1049 Elisabeth O., born February 11, 1841 ; died February 

13. 1845. 

-688- 

(From page 215.) 

OLIVER BAILEY, born April 16, 1796. was the son of 
Oliver Bailey and his wife, Mollie (Perkins) Bailey, He mar- 
ried Deborah Perry, November 30, 1825. She was born July 
27, 1805, and died December 3, 1886. He died December 7, 
1862. 

CHILDREN. 

1050 Emily Adeline, born April i, 1827. (See page 282.) 

105 1 A child, born September 28, 1828; died October 7, 

1828. 

1052 Lydia Orissa, born November 8, 1830; died June 26, 

1837. 

1053 Caleb P., born March 16, 1835 I <^'^<^1 January 8, 1839. 
1054 Alonzo E., born April 8, 1837. (See page 283.) 

1055 Benjamin Franklin, born November 8, 1841 ; died 

December 13, 1861. 

1056 Joseph W., born November 26, 1844; died January 

6, 1845. 



250 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1057 Mary P., born November 26, 1844; married George 
W. Marshall. 

-689- 

(From page 215.) 

ABNRR BAILEY, born June 5, 1798, was the son of 
Oliver Bailey and his wife, MoUie (Perkins) Bailey ; married 
first, Caroline Gilmore, November 4, 1824. She was born, 1804, 
and died September 18, 1835; married second, Lydia Whitney, 
December 6, 1836. She was born May 15, 1800, and died 
March 7, 1872. He died April 15, 1881. 

CHILDREN. 

1058 Nancy S., born March 9, 1827. (See page 283.) 

1059 Clarence S., born October 26, 1830. (See page 283.) 

1060 Louise C, born July 13. 1833, (See page 284 ) 

1061 George C, born September 10, 1835. (^^^ P^ge 284.) 

1062 Almon W., born August 6, 1837. He enlisted in the 

17th Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers; died 
at New Orleans, June 22, 1863. 

-690- 

(From page 215.) 

ALMON BAH^EY, born January 21, 1801, was the son of 
Oliver Bailey and his wife, Mollie (Perkins) Bailey. He married 
Maria Stone, January 2, 1831. She was born August 12, 1804, 
and died January 21, 1864. He died August 12, 1837. 

CHILDREN. 

1063 Almon Fernando, born December 21, 1835 ; married 

Susan M. Smith, April 9, 1856; died at Spottsyl- 
vania, Va., 12 hours after he was wounded. 

1064 A child, born ; died young. 

-691- 

(P'rom page 215.) 

MARANDA BAH.EY, born (October 30, 1804, was the 
daughter of Oliver Bailey and his wife, Mollie (Perkins) Bailey. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 25 1 

She married David Harvey Gilmore, October 20, 1824. She 
died April 30, 1871. 

CHILDREN. 

1065 Sarah E., born July 8, 1826; married William Henry 

Haris. 

1066 Alfred A., born June 21, 1828; died September 31, 

1829. 

1067 Maria L., born April 9, 1830 ; married Alonzo J. Gage. 

1068 Mary Ann, born January 21, 1832; married Cyrus 

Davis. 

1069 David Alfred, born December 18, 1833; married 

Frances A. Holmes. 

1070 Frederic A., born May 16, 1835 i married Annette 

C. Carpenter; married second, Ellen L. Hurd. 

1071 Elisabeth, born April 20, 1838; married Luther 

Carlton. 

1072 George H., born July 20, 1842 ; married Annie P. 

Reed. 

1073 Edward F., born November 2, 1845 \ married Maria 

A. Park. 

1074 Elma A., born July 11, 1848; married Arethusa A. 

Whitney. 

-693- 

(From page 215.) 

ELISABETH BAILEY, born September 26, 1816, was a 
daughter of Oliver Bailey and his wife, MoUie (Perkins) Bailey. 
She married Abner Gage, November 11, 1845. He was born 
February 9, 1816, and died September 30, 1881. She died 
December 7, 1893. 

CHILDREN. 

1075 Julia Elisabeth, born November 27, 1846. (See 
page 284.) 

1076 Henry Francis, born November 20, 184S ; died Sep- 

tember 1 1, 1850. 

1077 Alice May, born May i, 1859. 

18 



252 PART TWO. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-694- 

(From page 216.) 

SARAH BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., Februray 2, 
1785, was the daughter of John Bailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Hunt) liailey. She married Stephen Hardy. She died 
August 6, 1879. 

CHILDREN. 

1078 Abigail, born ; married Samuel G. Bailey, 

son of William and Rebecca (Gilson) Bailey of the 
James Bailey Branch. She was his second wife. 

1079 Betsy, born ; married a Mr. Pike. 

1080 Simeon, born ; married Mary Jefferson. 

1081 Rufus, born ; married four times ; went 

to Greenfield, N. H. 

1082 Mary, born ; unmarried ; lived at West 

Andover with her brother Stephen. 

1083 Stephen, born 

1084 Henry, born ; married Abbott ; 

married second, Harriet Bailey of the Richanl 
Bailey line. 

1085 William, born ; married Susan Robinson 

1086 Catherine, born ; married Miles Hint. 

-703- 

(From page 216.) 

REBECCA BAILEY, born in Tewksbury, Mass., July 10, 
1797, was the daughter of John Bailey and his wife, Sarah 
(Hunt) Bailey. She married Benjamin Hill. She died at 
Lowell. 

CHILDREN. 

1087 Sophronia, born 

1088 Enoch, born 

1089 Benjamin, born 

1090 Edward, born 

1091 Warren, born 

1092 Maria, born 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 253 

-704- 

(From page 216.) 

JAMES BAILEY, born at Greenfield, N. H., Januarys, 
1792, was the son of James Bailey and his wife, Dorothy 
(Worcester) Bailey. He married Abigail Simmonds, September 

27, 1818. She was the daughter of David Simmonds of Lexing- 
ton, Mass., and was born December 17, 1796; died April 9, 1853. 
He married second, Mary Goodrich of Lexington, Mass., Sep- 
tember 25, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

1093 Lydia Ann, born February 17, 1820. (See page 284.) 

1094 James Bradley, born March 14, 1822 ; married Rachel 

E. Marston, November 17, 1855 ! resides in Cali- 
fornia. 

1095 Frederic Perley, born June 29, 1824 ; married Dorcas 

Ann Skelton, November 29, 185 1. 

1096 Chelless Billings, born October 23, 1828. (See 

page 285.) 

1097 Edward Buir, born June 28, 1833. (See page 285.) 
•1098 Nathan Lawson, born February 29, 1836; died Sep- 
tember 29, 1885 ; unmarried. 

-705- 

(From page 216.) 

JONATHAN BAILEY, born in Greenfield, N. H., April 

28, 1794, was the son of James Bailey and his wife, Dorothy 
(Worcester) Bailey. He married first, Sarah ; she 
died April 7, 1S25 ; married second, Rebekah ; she 
died March 23, 1827 ; married third, Polly Buffer. Jonathan 
died September 20, 1865. 

CHILDREN. 

-707- 

(From page 216.) 
BENJAMIN BAILEY, born in Greenfield, N. H., Novem- 



254 f^AKT TWO. SEVF.NTII GKNERATION. 

ber i6, 1797, was son of James Bailey and his wife, Dorothy 
(Worcester) Bailey. He married Widow Latta Fletcher (maiden 
name Hopkins) at Bennington, N. H., April 14, 1825. She was 
born in Vermont, July 5, 1800. They removed from Lowell, 
Mass., to Waukon, Iowa, 1855, where they resided till their 
death. He died March 27, 1864. His wife died September 30, 
1867. 

CHILDREN. 

1099 Latta, born January 13, 1826 ; died April 22, 1830. 

1 100 Mary, born November 23, 1827; died October 2, 

1830. 
1 101 Benjamin U., born June 27, 1830. (See page 286.) 
1 102 Simon Fletcher, born July 2, 1832. (See page 286.) 
1 103 Hannah A., born in St. Paul, Minn., February 26, 

1835 ; died September 25, 1847. 
1 104 Marshall A., born at St. Paul, Minn., February 26, 

1835. (See page 286.) 
1105 Harriet Jane, born Augu.st 9, 1837; died June 21, 

1857. (See page 287.) 
1 106 Charles M., born August 9, 1839. (See page 287.) 

I 107 Call is hVances, born March 18, 1841. (See page 288.) 
1108 George N., born April 12, 1843; married Mary A. 

Small at St. Paul, Minn. ; no children. 

-709- 

(From page 2f7.) 

LEONARD BAILEY, born in Greenfield, N. H., June 20, 
1800, was the son of James Bailey and his wife, Dorothy 
(Worcester) Bailey. He married Betsy Hardy. She was born 
May 20, 1804, and died June 4, 1873. He died July 7, 1885. 

CHILDREN. 

1109 Benjamin Franklin, born November 13, 1827. 
(See page 288.) 

II 10 Caroline E., born Febru.ary ig, 1830. (See page 288.) 
1111 George lulwin, born December 5, 1836. (See 

page 289.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 255 

-713- 

(From page 217.) 

HERBERT BAILEY, born in Greenfield, N. H., Febru- 
ary 9, 1808, was a son of James Bailey and his wife, Dorothy 
(Worcester) Bailey. He married Almira Straw, October, 1829. 
She was born in Greenfield, N. H., March 8, 1807. He removed 
from Lowell, Mass., to Waukon, Iowa, in 1855. His first wife, 
Almira (Straw) Bailey, died January 17, 1864, in Waukon, Iowa. 
He married second, Sarah Bently, . He died 

August 16, 1887, at National, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

1112 Samuel Newell, born May 10, 1831. (See page 289.) 

1 1 13 Katherine Maria, born 1836; died January 9, 1840. 

11 14 Abbie Almira, born October 2, 1845; married; had 

four children. 

1 1 15 Effie, born January 9, 1869. 

1 1 16 Mabel, born 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-731- 

(From page 219.) 

LAURA MARIA BAILEY, born October 17, 1794, 
was the daughter of Moses Little Hailey and his wife, Elisabeth 
(Dennis) Bailey. She married Enoch P. Chase. 

CHILDREN. 

1 1 17 Elisabeth Little, born November 23, 1818, married 

Alexander Hills. She died 1854. 

1 1 18 Moses Little, born November 22, 1820. 

11 19 William Plumer, born June 5, 1822. 

1 120 Frederic Dennis, born September 2, 1824; married 

Helen M. Short. 

-738- 

(From page 219.) 

SARAH MARCH BAILEY, born I'^ebruary 20, 1813, was 
the daughter of Moses Little Bailey and his wife, l^lisabeth 
(Dennis) Bailey. She married Wyatt Osgood of Amesbury. 

CHILnREN, 

1121 Mary Elisabeth, born May 22, 1836; married Thomas 

Bradley, Jr. 

1 122 Sarah Dennis, born January i, 1838; married Wil- 

liam Kennett. 

1123 Edward Pay son, born February 22, 1840; married 

Sarah Colby. 

1 124 Lydia Emily, born November 29, 1842; married 

Charles Evans. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 257 

-744- 

(From page 220.) 

RHODA CHAMBERLIN BAILEY, born November i8, 
1805, was the daughter of Daniel liailey and his wife, Hannah 
(Hibbard) Bailey. She married Winchester Elnahan Wright, 
November 8, 182 1. He was born in New Ipswich, N. H., June 
21, 1798, and died September, 1848. She died May 29, 1845. 
They resided at Bradford, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1 125 Mary Ann, born December 29, 1822. 

1126 George Washington, born June 3, 1825; married 

Harriet A. Gumming ; lives in Bradford, Vt. 

1 127 Harriet Basson, born August 30, 1826. 

1 128 Gharles Winchester, born November 10, 1828. 

1 129 Sidney J. Warren, born January 12, 1832. 

1 130 Hannah Louise, born May 10, 1834. 

1 131 John Elnahan, born February 28, 1837. 

1 132 Edward Bailey, born September 15, 1841. 

-746- 

(From page 220.) 

JOSIAH BAILEY, born November 23, 1806, was the son 
of Daniel Bailey and his wife, Hannah (Hibbard) Bailey. lie 
married Nancy B. Hunt, December 21, 1829. She was born at 
New Haven, Vt., September 23, 1803, and died May 24, i88i. 
They lived at Dickenson, Franklin Gounty, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

11 33 Mary R,, born August 25, 1830; married Gharles 

Rugg, a farmer at Fairfax, Vt. 

1 134 Oscar, born November 19, 1832 ; died November 28, 

1836. 

1135 Nancy H., born May 26, 1836; married Andrew 

Potter, a farmer at Dickenson, N. Y. 

1 1 36 Daniel A, B., born August 15, 1839; married Emily 

J. Wheeler. He was a machinist and lived at 
Potsdam, N. Y. 



258 FART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1 137 Wealthy R., born April 16, 1842; married John 

Dawson, a farmer of Dickenson, N. Y. 

1 138 Henry H., born July 24, 1846; died October 15, 1871. 

-748- 

(From page 221.) 

BETSY MARIA RAILKY, born in Newbury, Vt., Decem- 
ber 29, 1 816, was the daughter of Josiah Little Bailey and his 
wife, Anna (Carter) Bailey. She married John Peach, a farmer 
of Newbury, Vt., December 11, 1839. 

CHILDREN. 

1 139 Ellen, born 1837; married Charles H. George. 

-751- 

(From page 221.) 

JASPER BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., December 5, 
1823, vvas the son of Josiah Little Bailey and his wife, Anna 
(Carter) Bailey. He married 

CHILDREN. 

1 140 William H., born ; resides in Whitefield, 

New Hampshire. 

-767- 

(From page 223.) 

BETSY BAILEY, born in Amesbury, Mass., November 7, 
1806, was the daughter of William Bailey and his wife, Betsy 
(Ordway) Bailey. She married William J. l^oardman. He had 
previously married her sister Anna, July 3, 183 1. 

CHILDREN. 

1141 Joseph, born ; a Congregational 

minister in Burnet, Vt. 

1142 Anna Merrill, born ; died 

1143 itlisabeth, born ; died, aged four years. 

1144 Daniel Bagley, born February 11, 1841. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. KIHIITH CENF.KATION. 259 

-768- 

(From page 223.) 

ABIGAIL BAILEY, born in Amesbury, Mass., July i6, 
1808, was the daughter of William Bailey and his wife, Elisa- 
beth (Ordway) Bailey. She married Daniel Currier Bagley, 
August 8, 1 83 1. 

CHILDREN. 

1 145 Edward Stimpson, born ; died 

1 146 Abby, born ; married Rev. Rufus King, 

pastor of a church in Cairo, N. Y. 

1 147 Ella Maria, born ; married Edward A. 

Childs. 

-769- 

(From page 223.) 

HANNAH ORDWAY BAILEY, born in Amesbury, 
March 25, 1813, was the daughter of William Bailey and his 
wife, Hannah (Ordway) Bailey. She married Rev. Harrison O. 
Howland. He died about 1870, at Kinderhook, N. Y. She 
removed to Toronto, Canada. 

CHILDREN. 

1 148 Elisabeth Phyfe, born ; married James 

T. Harris. 

1 149 William Bailey, born June 10, 1849; resides in Mont- 

clair, N. J. 

11 50 Mary, born ; died young. 

1 151 Abbie Bagley, born ; assistant principal of 

Demill College, Toronto, Canada. 

11 52 Ellen Maria, born 

-770- 

(From page 223.) 

ORLANDO SARGENT BAILEY, born in Amesbury, 
Mass., April 5, 1818, was the son of William Bailey and his 
wife, Elisabeth (Ordway) Bailey. He married Mary Gove, May 
5, 1839. She was the daughter of Charles Gove. Mr. Bailey 



260 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

was a member of the Legislature for two terms; held the oflfice 
of trial justice for many years; was appointed by President 
Hayes to a clerkship in the appraiser department of the Boston 
Custom House. He served on the school board for several 
years ; was a member of the board of selectmen at the time of 
the separation of Merrimac from Amesbury. In all of the 
various phases of life, Mr. Bailey showed devotion to duty and 
earnestness of endeavor. 

CHILDREN. 

1 149 Charles William, born ; married Ap)uC- 

Bachelor of N o wbur^ ^ po ri:. A?7ic-':>hu>'^ ■ 

11 50 Elisabeth Boardman, born / 

1151 Ralph Origen, born June 24, 1849; married Hannah 

Matilda Hill (born Trussell) ; no children. Mr. 
Bailey carries on a large and successful furniture 
business in Amesbury, Mass. Di'<^/cLJ//Ay /f 7?^^. 

1152 Austin, born ; died June 12, 1853. 

-776- 

(From page 224.) 

CAPT. SAMUEL P. BAILEY, born in Weymouth, Aug- 
ust 3, 1788, was the son of Maj. Samuel Bailey and his wife, 
Elisabeth (Blanchard) Bailey. He married Thais Loud, Septem- 
ber, 1812. She was the daughter of Eliphalet Loud, Esq. At 
that time there was an English ship of war cruising along the 
shore, committing petty depredations. On a Sunday he and 
his young bride were attending church and during the service a 
messenger came to warn the inhabitants of Weymouth that the 
British were about to land at Cohasset. The militia was ordered 
out. Captain Bailey had to go with the rest. He was elected 
the first captain of the Eranklin Guards, a military company of 
Weymouth. He died February 10, 1847. His wife died Decem- 
ber 7, 1838. They are buried at Highland Cemetery, South 
Weymouth. 

CHILDREN. 

1 153 ^1*^^ ^""' ^^^^ August 16, 1 8 14. (See page 290.) 

1 154 Nathaniel, born April 26, 1816. (See page 290.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 261 

1155 George, born April 13, 1818; died 1869. (See 
page 290.) 
II 56 Marcia, born May 29, 1820. 
1 157 James, born March 7, 1822. (See page 291.) 

11 58 Sally, born November 18, 1824. 

1 1 59 Augusta M., born June 14, 1831 ; died February 24, 

1834. 

-785- 

(From page 225.) 

PROF. JACOB WHITMAN BAILEY, born April 29, 
181 1, in the old town of Ward, (now Auburn) Mass., at the 
residence of his grandfather, Rev. Isaac Bailey, was the son of 
Isaac Bailey and his wife, Jane (Whitman) Bailey. In infancy 
he was removed to Providence, R. I., and there received his early 
education. He entered the military academy at West Point, 
N. Y., in 1828, and graduated with honors in 1832. He served 
in the army as second and then as first lieutenant, First 
Artillery, being stationed while an officer, at West Point, Old 
Point Comfort, Bellona Arsenal and Fort Moultrie. He was at 
the latter place during the Nullification War. He was appointed 
assistant professor of chemistry at West Point in 1834, and 
professor of chemistry, mineralogy and geology in 1838, where 
he remained until his death. He was appointed a member of 
the Boston Natural History Society in 1842, of the Academy 
of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia in 1841, of the Societe des 
Sciences Naturelles de Cherbourg in 1853, of the American 
Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, in 1852, Rational Institute 
for Promotion of Science, Washington, in 1840, and president 
of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 
in 1857. Professor Bailey won a distinctive place in the botanical 
world. In the Synoptical Flora, Dr. Gray calls him "the 
pioneer in microscopical research in the United States." His 
scientific collection he bequeathed to the Boston Natural 
History Society. In Vol. i of the Register of West Point 
Graduates, by Gen. George W. CuUum, U. S. A., is found the 
best account of him yet published. Prof. Jacob Whitman 
Bailey married Maria Slaughter, July 23, 1835. She was the 



262 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENKRATION. 

daughter of Col. Samuel Slaughter of Culpepper, Va., and his 
wife, PVances (Banks) Slaughter. Professor Hailey, his wife, his 
only daughter, and son. Whitman (Prof. W. W. Bailey) were pas- 
sengers on the steamer Henry Clay, burned near Yonkcr.s, July 
28, 1852. When the fire broke out, Professor Bailey succeeded 
in lowering his wife and daughter into the water, and had just 
received from them assurances of their safety, when suddenly a 
cloud of smoke mingled with flames, shut them from his view, 
and they were lost. His son was saved almost as by a miracle. 
Previous to this Professor Bailey had been troubled by a bronchial 
affection, and his exertions on this occasion, added to the bitter- 
ness of his bereavement, gave him a shock from which he never 
rallied. He died at West Point, February 27, 1857, and was 
there buried with military honors. 

CHILOKIiN. 

[160 Maria Whitman, born November 12, 1836; died at 

Yoiikers, N. Y., July 28, 1852. 
1 161 Samuel Slaughter, born May f8, 1838; graduated at 
Union College, Schenectady, N. Y., in 1859; died 
October 15, i860, at Albany, N. Y.; unmarried. 
1 162 Loring Woart, born September 28, 1839. (See 

page 291.) 
1163 William Whitman, born February 22, 1845. (See 
page 292.) ; 

-792- 

(P'rom page 226.) 
liETSY BAH.EY, born in Sharon, Conn., June 2, 1806, 
was a daughter of Peletiah Bailey and his wife, Phebe (Baldwin) 
Bailey. She married Benjamin Handlin, 1839, of Sharon, 
Connecticut. 

CHILDREN. 

1 164 Julia, born June i, 1840; married Hiram Prindle ; 

first child named Joseph Bailey Prindle. 
116$ P^sther, born November 15, 1841 ; married Rodney 

Curtis. 

1 166 Olive, died in infancy. 

1 167 Sarah, born July, 1844; married George Lounsbury. 

1168 Laura, born April 14, 1846; died 1873. 

1 169 Mary, born January, 1848 ; died 1861. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 263 

-799- 

(From page 227.) 

GORDON BAILEY, born in Lebanon, Conn., January 26, 
1792, was the son of Samuel Bailey, Jr., and his second wife, 
Lydia (Crocker) Bailey. He married Mary Perry Champlin, 
November 29, 1820. She was a daughter of Stephen Champlin 
and his wife, Elisabeth (Perry) Champlin, and was born Febru- 
ary 7, 1793, and died at Buffalo, N. Y., October 4, 1880. He 
died at Buffalo, N. Y., April 11, 1876. 

CHILDREN. 

1170 Samuel Gordon, born August i, 1821. (See 

page 293.) 

1171 Elisabeth Perry, born August 9, 1823. (See page 293.) 
1 172 Lydia Crocker, born April 7, 1825; died November 

20, 1836. 
1 173 Mary Jane, born May 12, 1828. (See page 294) 
1 174 John Crocker, born April 13. 183 1. (See page 294.) 
1 175 Julie Ann, born January 9, 1832; married Philo 

DuBois, February 16, 1870. She died May 8, 

1886 ; no issue. 
1 176 Lucien Champlin, born November 30, 1836. (See 

page 294.) 

-801- 

(From page 227.) 

LYDIA ANN BAILEY, born September 11, 1798, was 
the daughter of Samuel Bailey, Jr., and his second wife, Lydia 
(Crocker) Bailey. She married first, Shubael Strong 
1815. He died 1828; married second, Ebenezer 

M. Bolles. Three children by first marriage ; two by second 
marriage. 

CHILDREN. 

1 177 Elisabeth, born 1816; married first, 

a Mr. Baldwin ; married second, Samuel Hooker. 
She died 1859. 

11 78 Lauritta, born ; married Elisha Edwards. 



264 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1 179 Jerusha, born ; married Noali H. Dewey. 

1 180 Lydia Williams, born ; married George 

l'\ Newcomb. 

1 181 Abigail Penfield, born ; died 1842. 

-805- 

(From page 228.) 

SAXTON BAILEY LITTLE, son of Jerusha Bailey and 
her husband, Samuel Little, married Sarah Maria Tracy, 
August 21, 1836. She died December 31, 1844. Mr. Little is 
living at Meriden, Conn. 

CHILDKEN. 

1 182 Charles, born January 9, 1838; died 1838. 

1183 Charles L., born July 16, 1839; married Genevieve 

Stiles. 

1 1 84 Francis Eugene, born April 28, 1844; mairied 

Jennie Coan. 

-815- 

(From page 229.) 

WILLIAM HERBERT BAILEY, born in Darien, N. Y., 
Marcii I, 1850, was the son of Daniel Bailey and his wife, 
Cynthia llervia (Adams) Bailey. He married Martha L. 
Colby, February 20, 1870. They live at Darien, N. Y., with 
their daughter, being the last of the family that went Irom 
Lebanon, Conn., to Darien, N. Y., in 1808. 

CHILDREN. 

1 185 Lucy May, born December 9, 1870; married Andrew 
Lathrop, December ir, 1893. (See page 295.) 

-822- 

(From page 230.) 

JOHN BATLICY, Ji<., born March 13, 1813, was the son of 
Jolm l?ailey and his wife, Anna (Pearson) Bailey, He married 
Lydia M. Woodbury, May 25, 1837. She was the daughter of 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 265 

Caleb Woodbury of Salisbury. She died September 21, 1877. 
He died January 9, 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

1 186 John E., born August 2, 1838, (See page 295.) 

1 187 Lydia Anna, born May 24, 1842 ; died April 9, 1874. 

-826- 

(From page 230.) 

DANIEL DANFORTH BAILEY, born in Newbury, 
Mas.s., June 20, 1834, was the son of Joseph Jennes Bailey 
and his wife, Almira (Danforth) Bailey. He married Lydia M. 
Larkin (a sister to his brother William's wife.) 

CHILDREN. 

1188 Isabelle, born May 8, 1856; married Frank L- Fer- 

guson. 

1 189 Joseph Arthur, born ; died, aged 19 

years. 

1 190 Fred J., born March 31, 1864. 

1 191 Carrie L., born July 10, 1870. 

1192 Bessie, born March 21, 1873. 

-827- 

(From page 230.) 

JOSEPH EDMOND BAILEY, born in West Newbury, 
Mass., March 30, 1839, was the son of Joseph Jennes Bailey and 
his wife, Almira (Danforth) Bailey. He married Sarah A. F!aton, 
November 19, 1866. She was the daughter of Daniel W. Eaton 
and his wife, Sarah (Little) Eaton. They reside in Georgetown. 
Mass., where Mr. Bailey is extensively engaged in the boot and 
shoe business under the firm name of Bailey & Noyes. 

CHILDREN. 

1193 Elmer Smith, born 1872. 



266 PAKT TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-828- 

(From page 230.) 

WILLIAM P. BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., June 
17, 1841, was the son of Joseph Jennes Bailey and his wife, 
Almira (Uanforth) Bailey. He enlisted in Company K, 50th 
Massachusetts Regiment, in 1862, and was with General Banks 
in the assault on Port Hudson, and in the battle of Plains Store. 
After two years or more of active service he re-enlisted in the 
17th Massachusetts Unattached Company stationed at Salem. 
He married Ursula Larkin. She was the daughter of Samuel 
R. Larkin of the old firm of Larkin & Morrill. For many 
years he was in the grocery business in Haverhill, Mass., and is 
now conducting the same business in Newbury, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1194 Charles O., born January 24, 1863. (See page 295.) 
1 195 J. Edmond, born January 24, 1863; died, aged 17 
years. 
1196 Maud C, born September 3, 1870. (Sec page 296.) 

1 197 Grace L., born June 23, 1873; married Howard F". 

Morrill, January i, 1898. 

-829- 

(From page 231.) 

BENJAMIN BAILEY, born 1841, was a son 

of John Bailey and his wife, Pamelia . He married 

first, Caroline L. Rogers, February 25, 1861, daughter of 
Ezekiel and Hannah B. Rogers ; married .second, Widow Martha 
D. Osborn, maiden name Gould, May 13, 1867; married third, 
Angenetta B. Noyes, April 5, 1882. He had one child by his 
first wife. 

CHILDREN. 

1 198 Carrie L. Bailey, born ; married Wilson 

G. Rogers, May 28, 1881. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION, 26/ 

-840- 

(From page 231.) 

RICHARD SAWYER BAILEY, born in West Newbury, 
July 23, 1814, was the son of Moses Bailey and his wife, 
Cartaret (Sawyer) Bailey. He married Susan Page ; baptized 
April 25, 1826. 

CHILDREN. 

1 199 John, born July 30, 1829 ; died December 4, 1829. 
1200 Laban Merrill, born December 26, 1830. (See 
page 296.) 

1201 John H., born January 3, 1833. 

1202 George F., born 

1203 Richard S., born . (See page 296.) 

1204 Susan C, born ; married George E. 

Weston. 

1205 Elisabeth, born 

-844- 

(From page 232.) 

JOSHUA BAILEY, born February 24, 1806, was the son 
of Enoch Bailey and his wife, (Betsy) Elisabeth (Morse) Bailey. 
He married Andalusia Merrick of Wilmington, Conn. At the 
age of 13, (after his father's death) Joshua removed to Ashford, 
Conn., and resided for a time with Elder Isaac Hall. He 
taught school for many years. He lived for many years on a 
farm in Mansfield, Conn. In 1863 he went to Coventry, Conn., 
where he lived until his death, February 14, 1892. His wife 
died December 31, 1891. 

CHILDREN. 

1206 Norman Brigham, born September 17, 1847. (See 

page 297.) 
1207 Marion Julia, born November 6, 1848; married John 
Cooley ; lives on the homestead farm at Coventry, 
Connecticut. 



268 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-846- 

(From page 232.) 

JAMES SPENCER BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., 
February 18, 1809, was the son of Enoch Bailey and his wife, 
(Betsy) Elisabeth (Morse) Bailey. He married Betsy Banfield, 
daughter of Mark Banfield of Corinth, Vt. They lived in New- 
bury, Vt , until after their children were born, then removed to 
Michigan where his wife died 1841-2. 

CHILDREN. 

1208 James Wesley, born August 23, 1831. (See page 297.) 

1209 George P., born 1832 ; married and 

lives in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Mich. 

1 210 Elisabeth, born ; died 

-849- 

(From page 233.) 

ENOCH BAILEY, born in West Newbury, January 4, 
1809, was the son of Daniel Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Noyes) 
Bailey. He married Charlotte C. Brown. He removed to 
Attleboro, and died 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

121 1 Gilmore Brown, born November 2, 1831. 

1212 Charlotte Brown, born January 18, 1834. 

1213 Harriet Newell, born August 31, 1838. 

1214 Henry Clay, born November 15, 1843. 

1215 Enoch P., born May 31, 1846. 

-855- 

(From page 233.) 

BETSY BAILEY, born , was a daughter of 

Cyrus liailey and his wife, Hannah (Hailey) Jiailcy. She 
married Horatio Bullock ; lives in Berlin, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1216 Atwood, born ; married Maria Emerson. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 269 

-866- 

(From page 233.) 

JOSHUA BAILEY, born June 12, 1812, was a son of 
Cyrus Bailey and his wife, Hannah (Bailey) Bailey. He married 
Eliza Ann Currier, November 14, 1833. She was the daughter 
of James and Anna (Bailey) Currier, was born July i, 1814 ; 
died March i, 1891. He died August, 1888. 

CHILPREN. 

1 217 Franklin, born ; died young. 

1218 Cyrus, born ; died, aged three years. 

1219 Duran, born ; died, aged 11 months. 

1220 Joshua Merrill, born August 27, 1842 ; married 

Widow Mary Jane (Cole) Currier, September 21, 
1875 ; "o children ; widow of Paul Currier. 

1 22 1 Ira, born 1843 ; died, 1850. 

1222 James Currier, born June 15, 1846. (See page 298. J 

1223 Martin Van Buren, born November 18, 1848. (See 

page 298.) 

1224 Hannah, born January 18, 1853. (See page 298.) 

1225 Horatio Nye, born April 30, 1855. (See page 299.) 

-857- 

(From page 233.) 

ANDREW BAILEY, born , was a son of Cyrus 

Bailey and his wife, Hannah (Bailey) Bailey. He married 
Arisina Bailey 1843. She was a daughter of 

Ebenezer and Sally (Benjamin) Bailey, born April 27, 1824, and 
died June 2, 1863. He married second, Mrs. Emma Cummings 
Eddy. 

CHILDREN. 

1226 Theron Lucine, born June 24, 1848. (See page 299.) 

1227 Ida, born ; married Mcintosh. 

1228 Susan, born ; married Elmer Scott. 

1229 Mary, born ; married Arthur Bailey, son 

of Ozias Benjamin Bailey and Laura (Barnes) 
Bailey. (See No. 1254.) 



i^O PART TWO. iEIGHTH GENERATION. 

-858- 

(From page 233.) 

SOCRATES BAILEY, born , was a son 

of Cyrus Bailey and his wife, Hannah (Bailey) Bailey. He mar- 
ried Edwina Ayres Woodbury. He was a farmer and lived at 
Berlin, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1230 Levi, born ; married Anna Buckley. 

1 23 1 Clarence, born ; married and lives in 

Hardwick, Vt. 

1232 Willie, born ; lives in Hardwick. 

-859- 

(From page 233.) 

CAROLINE BAILEY, born March 28, 1823, was the 
daughter of Cyrus Bailey and his wife, Hannah (l^ailoy) Bailey. 
She married Horatio Nye. She died December 23, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

1233 Lois, born ; married Alonzo Fisher. 

-863- 

(From page 234.) 

SUSAN BAILEY, born February 14, 1820, was a daughter 
of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Rhoda (Allen) Bailey. She 
married Almon Poor, son of Jessie and Phebe (Hedges) Poor, 
March 26, 1838; lived at Berlin, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1234 Susan, born July 24, 1839; died December 31, 1844. 

1235 Mary Jane, born November 13, 1840; died August i, 

1861. 

1236 Rhoda Merrill, born January 3, 1843 '< married Martin 

Day. 
1237 Ellen Maria, born April 25, 1846; married Joshua 
Bailey, son of Ebenezer and Sally lienjamin 
liailey. (See No. 927, page 273.) 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 2/1 

1238 Jesse Almon, born December 5, 1848 ; married Abbie 

Serepta. 

1239 Levi Bailey, born June 7, 1853 ; unmarried. 

1240 Bertha Eyola, born December 12, 1856. 

-866- 

(From page 234.) 

JOEL WARREN BAILEY, born May i, 1824, was the son 
of George Washington Bailey and his wife, Rebecca (Warren) 
Bailey. He married Harriet Guyer. He was a farmer and 
cattle dealer. 

CHILDREN. 

1 24 1 Clara, born ; married Harry Low. 



1242 Ella, born 



-874- 

(From page 235.) 



EUNICE BAILEY, born , was the daughter of 

Joseph Bailey and his wife, Sally Gurley. She married Colum- 
bus House. He was a farmer at Berlin, Vt. 



CHILDREN. 



1243 Joseph, born 

1244 Ella, born 

1245 Emma, born 

1246 Sarah, born 

1247 Eunice, born 



-881- 

(From page 236.) 



GUSTAVUS A. BAILEY, born in West Newbury, April 
26, 1820, was a son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Elisabeth 
Chase (Carr) Bailey. He married Philander Wilcox, February 
14, 1842. She was born February 28, 1818 ; died April 3, 1891. 
He died in Lowell, Mass., February 8, 1889. 

CHILDREN. 

1248 Walter Scott, born May 22, 1843. 



27^ PART two. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1249 Ella Sumner, born December 5, 1850; lives in 
Lowell, Mass. 

-919- 

(From page 238.) 

OZIAS BENJAMIN BAILEY, born February 6, 1822, 
was the son of Ebenezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Benjamin) 
Bailey. He married Laura Barnes of North Becket, Mass. She 
was born February 4, 1827 ; lives in Berlin, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1250 Abigail G., born October 23, 1847. (See page 299.) 

1251 Frederic B., born November 3, 1849. (See page 299.) 

1252 George S., born January 28, 1853 ; married Nettie 

Hay ward. 

1253 Milton E., born August 18, 1856; married Emma 

House. 

1254 Arthur C, born June 14, 1869; married M:iry Bailey, 

daughter of Andrew Bailey, No. 1229. 

-923- 

( From page 238.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, born January 22, 1831, was a son of 
Ebenezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Benjamin) Bailey. He 
married first, Jane C. Alexandria, 1852. She died August 21, 
i860; married second. Alma A. Wright, 1861. He is a 

farmer and lives in Clay County, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

1255 Henry A., born May 27, 1853. (See page 300.) 

1256 Lizzie A., born May 16, 1855 J ^''^d April 10, 1858. 

1257 Emma Jane, born September 11, 1857 ; died July 17, 

1863. 

1258 Willie A., born May 5, 1864 ; died February 10, 1873. 

1259 Gertrude B., born November 15, 1866 ; died Febru- 

ary 10, 1873. 

1260 Charlton h., born August 20, 1869; married Dora M. 

Dinkrieker. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 273 

1 261 Kdwin H., born October i, 1873 ; married Temper- 

ance M. Haggerty. 

1262 Thomas Wells, born August 31, 1877. 

-926- 

( From page 238. 

EBENEZER BAILEY, born August 23, 1837, was a son of 
Ebenezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Benjamin) Bailey. He 
married Mary J.Jackson, October 17, 1859. She died April i, 
1888; married second, Hattie M. Nicholson, June 28, 1890 He 
is a prosperous farmer and lives in Yankee, Clay County, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

1263 Bertie B., born November 7, i860 ; died February 10, 

1863. 

1264 Percy M,, born April 23, 1866 ; died February 7, 1873. 

1265 Vinnie D., born April 3, 1874 ; died May 5, 1888. 

1266 Nina E., born June 26, 1891. 

1267 Harold H., born February 16, 1893. 

1268 Floyd E., born June 19, 1894. 

1269 Grace E., born November 14, 1895. 

1270 Esther, born February 10, 1898. 

-927- 

(From page 23S.) 

JOSHUA BAILEY, born October 16, 1842, was the son 
of Ebenezer Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Benjamin) Bailey. He 
married Ellen Maria Poor, November 14, 1864, the daughter of 
Almon Poor and his wife, Susan (Bailey) Poor, born April 25, 
1846. 

CHILDREN. 

1 271 Bertie Ebenezer, born July 5, 1866. 

1272 Blanch Belle, born April 24, 1869. 

1273 Luther Joshua, born July 4, 1874. 

1274 One other, born 



274 PART TWO. EFGHTH GENERATION. 

-930- 

(From page 239.) 

ELLKN SARAH BAILEY, born at Berlin, Vt, January 
I3» 1837, was the daughter of Dr. Thomas Wells liailey. She 
married Edward Clark, September i, 1858. He was born 
September 10, 1833 i dealer in pianos and organs in Brattleboro, 
Vermont. 

CHILDREN. 

1275 Walter Bailey, born January 23, 1863 ; died June 17, 

1882. 

1276 Belle Genevieve, born November 15, 1865. 

1277 Florence Ellen, born July 13, 1870. 

-938- 

(From page 240.) 

JOHN BAILEY, son of John and Martha (Powers) Bailey, 
born. 1822, in Newbury, Vt., married Isabel Nelson, 1847. He 
was elected lister in 1859, serving also in 1861-62, and in 1864 
was elected constable and collector. He served as first select- 
man from 1867 to 1873. He was elected to the Legislature as a 
Republican in 1869-70 and again in 1884, and was State senator 
in 1886, and chairman of the grand list committee. Mr. Bailey 
served 21 years as constable and collector, and 25 years as sheriff 
and deputy sheriff. He is now living in Wells River. 

CHILDREN. 

1278 Ellen M., born 1848, in Newbury, Vt. ; married 

Newton M. Fields, 1877. 

1279 Albert H., born 1850, in Newbury, Vt. ; married 

Adella liuchanan, 1876. 

1280 Maggie J., born 1852, in Newbury, Vt. ; married Ed. 

Carpenter, 1879. 

1281 Lizzie B., born 1855, in Newbury, Vt. ; married Cscar 

Wander, 1874. 

1282 Nelson, born 1863, '" Newbury, Vt. ; married Louise 

Whitney, 1895. He is cashier in National Bank, 
Newbury, Vt. 

1283 Clara E., born 1865. 



John op SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 275 

-950- 

(From page 241.) 

MOODY BARKER BAYLEY, born in Newbury, Vt., 
October 19, 1803, was a son of Abner Bayley and his wife, Polly 
(Barker) Bayley. He married Lydia Hance. Removed to 
Marengo, McHenry County, 111., where he died. 

CHILDREN. 

1284 Abner H., born May 27, 1839. 

1285 Elisabeth A., born August 23, 1841. 

1286 Alice J., born August 21, 1843. 

1287 Orrin H., born February 17, 1845. 

1288 Lucinda S., born May 3, 1851. 

1289 Kate R., born June 16, 1853. 

1290 Nellie C, born September 16, 1855. 

-952- 

(From page 241.) 

AZRO BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., June 30, 1814, 
was a son of Abner Bayley and his wife, Betsy (Hibbard) Bayley. 
He married Hannah Lang, February 22, 1843. They settled in 
Bath, N. H. ; subsequently removed to Haverhill, N. H., where 
they lived until their death. He died July 10, 1884. 

CHILDREN. 

1291 Henry S., born ; lives in Haverhill, N. II. 

1292 Emery A., born ; lives in Newry, Me. 

1293 Clara, born ; died 

1294 Nelson, born ; lives in Chelsea, Mass. 

1295 Edwin, born ; of Montana. 

1296 Charles, born ; of Lawrence, Mass. 

1297 Hazen H., born ; of Texas, 

1298 Herbert F., born ; of Montana. 

1299 Mary, born ; married Alonzo Prescott of Helena, 

Montana. 

-954- 

(From page 241.) 
ALBERT BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., March 21, 



276 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1818, was the son of Abner Bayley and his wife, Betsy (Hibbard) 
Bayley. He married Harriet A. Blake, May 8, 1848. He settled 
in Haverhill, N. H., where he carried on an extensive trading 
business in partnership with his brother, Nathaniel ; represented 
the town in the Legislature, 1862 ; later removed to Bradford, 
Vt. He was the first president of the Bradford Savings Bank 
and Trust Company, and was instrumental in the organization 
of that institution. He died November 5, 1879. 

CHILDREN. 

1300 Nelson Albert, born ; died 

1301 Isa Belle, born ; married Phineas Chamberlin. 

-955- 

(From page 241.) 

EDWIN BAYLEY, born in Newbury, Vt., July 16, 1820. 
was the son of Abner Bayley and his wife, Betsy (Hibbard) 
Bayley. He married Vesta (Capen) Grant, widow of Peter 
(irant of Gardner, Me., October 23, 1861. She was the daughter 
of Aaron and Izannah (White) Capen. She was descended on 
her father's side from Bernard Capen, an original settler of 
Dorchester, Mass., and on her mother's side from Peregrine 
White, who was born on the Mayflower. Edwin was a merchant 
at Gardner, Me., from 1847 until 1861, when he retired from 
business and removed to Jamaica Plain, Mass. In 1867 he re- 
moval to Newbury, Vt., where he died October 11, 1888. 

CHILDREN. 

1302 * Ldwin Allen, born July 30, 1862 (See page 300.) 
1303 Wallace, born March 22, 1864; died August 25, 1864 

-966- 

(From page 241.) 

NELSON BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., June 6, 1821, 
was a son of Abner Bayley and his wife, Betsy (Hibbard) Bayley. 
He manied Eliza Ann Barnett, October 29, 1861 ; lived on the 
homestead of his father. He died July 19, 1881. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 277 

CHILDREN. 

1304 Frances H., born ; married Fred Hodgdon 

of Rumford Point, Me. 

1305 Abner, born ; resides at Lancaster, 

New Hampshire. 

1306 Louis G., born ; resides at Lancaster, 

New Hampshire. 

1307 William, born ; died 

1308 Florence V., born ; died 

1309 Helen, born ; died 

-957- 

(From page 241.) 

MILO BAILEY, born in Newbury, Vt., February 4, 1824, 
was the son of Abner Bayley and his wife, Betsy (Hibbard) 
Bayley. He married Ellen Page, June, 1857, daughter of 
Samuel and Eliza (Swazey) Page. He lives in Haverhill, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1 3 ID Anna Gertrude, born 

1311 Maud, born 

1312 Edith, born ; married Ned Barber of 

Haverhill, N. H. 

-962- 

(From page 242) 

LUCINDA BAYLEY, born in Newbury, Vt., February 5, 
1833, was the daughter of Abner Bayley and his wife, Betsy 
(Hibbard) Bayley. She married John Bayley Buxton, Sep- 
tember 15, 1852, son of John and Azuba (Heath) Buxton of New- 
bury, Vt. She died September 9, 1892. 

CHILDREN. 

13 1 3 John Francis, born ; resides at Paola, 

Kansas. 

1 3 14 Carrie, born ; married Charles Deming 

of Montpelier, Vt. 

13 1 5 Mary Belle, born ; died 



278 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1 3 16 Clarence B., born ; died 

1317 Ralph, born ; resides at Taola, Kan. 

-963- 

(From page 242.) 

MARY SUTHERLAND BAYLEY, born in Newbury, 
Vt., September 12, 1836, was a daughter of Abner Bayley and 
his wife, Ik'tsy (Hibbard) Bayley. She married Rev. Charles 
CIari< Wallace, November 15, i860, of New York city. He was 
a Presbyterian minister. His last settlement was at Newbury- 
port, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

13 18 Grace Bailey, born 

-983- 

(From page 244.) 

JUDITH SAWYER BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., 
May 8, 1807, was the daughter of Abner Bailey and his wife, 
Sarali (Bradbury) Bailey. She married John Newton Cook. 
He was a son of William and Catherine (Poor) Cook ; was born 
January 16, 1808. They lived in Newburyport. 

CHILDREN. 

1319 Sarah Ellen, born in West Newbury; married Nov- 

ember 2, 1850, William Henry Haskell. 

-985- 

(From page 244.) 

JOSEPH S. BAILEY, born in Newbury, August i, 1812, 
was the son of Abner Bailey and his wife, Sarah (Bradbury) 
liailey. He n)arried Caroline P. Ross of Newburyport, March 
24, 1844. She died 1879. lie died 1896. 

CHILDREN. 

1320 Caroline Matilda, born July 28, 1844; married Albert 

Morse. 

1321 Sarah Augusta, born April 5, 1845; married Charles 

W. Jackson. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GF.NEKATION. 2/9 

1322 Joseph Melville, born May 26, 1848. 

1323 John Ross, born October 8, 1850. 

1324 William H., born March 14, 185 1. 

1325 Lilla Frances, born November 17, 1855; married 

Charles W. Johnson. 

1326 A daughter, born ; married Warren J. 

Spinney. 

1327 A daughter, born ; married James 

P. Blanchard of Amesbury. 

-1001- 

(From page 245.) 

JOHN BAILEY, born November i, 1830, was the son of 
John Bailey and his wife, Eliza (Brown) Bailey. He married 
Elisabeth Eswin, March 24, 1858, at St. Mary, Waseca County, 
Minnesota. 

CHILDREN. 

1328 Emily Elisabeth, born February 2, 1859. (See 

page 301.) 

1329 William Augustus, born May 28, i860. (See page 301.) 

1330 Mary Ella, born March 25, 1862; died November 20, 

1866. 

1331 Arthur Sydney, born July 21, 1864; died September 

19, 1892. 

1332 Nellie May, born January 20, 1866; died June 24, 

1883. 

-1003- 

(From page 245.) 

AUGUSTUS F. BAILEY, born March 3, 1836, was the 
son of John Bailey and his wife, Eliza (Brown) Bailey. He was 
married in Lowell, Mass., to Anna S. Preble, January 28, 1869; 
removed to Medford, Minn., 1869. 

^ CHILDREN. 

1333 Sadie Bell, born October 20, 1870. (See page 301.) 



280 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-1010- 

(From page 246.) 

SUSAN JANE BAILEY, born March 23, 1832, was the 
(lauj^hter of Friend Bailey and his wife, Susan (Blanchard) 
Bailey. She married Andrew Jackson Hall, November 11, 1851. 

CHILDREN. 

1334 Rev. Lyman E., born January 16, i860. 

1335 Orrin S., born October 30, 1861 ; died March 28, 

1898. 

-1021- 

(From page 247.) 

SARAH A. BAILEY, born May 18, 1840, was a daughter 
of Jacob E. Bailey and his wife, Eliza (Rollins) Bailey. She 
married John A. Conant, April 9, 1859 He died a soldier in 
the Civil War ; married second, Thomas N. Blanchard, April 9, 

1874. 

CHILDREN. 

1336 One son, born October 23, 1864. 

-1027- 

(From page 248.) 

ALONZO 1^. BAIL1^:Y, born September 15, 1810, was the 
son of luisign Bailey and his wife, Martha (McDonald) Bailey. 
He married Sarah J. . She was born March 7, 1814, 

at Barnard, Vt. They resided at Brookline, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1337 Edward, born November 9, 1841 ; died October 4, 

1859- 

1338 Herbert, born June 6, 1842. 

J 339 Clara L., born December 18, 1856. 

-1028- 

(From page 248.) 
MIRANDA BAILEY, born July 10, 1812, was the daugh- 

19 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH (.ENERATION. 28 1 

ter of Ensign Bailey and his wife, Martha (McDonald) Bailey. 
She married Sumner Kendall, December 31, 1840. She died 
July 31, 1882. 

CHILDREN. 

1340 Caroline M., born May 4, 1843. 

1 341 Emily F" ranees, born April 12, 1846. 

1342 Ella Maria, born December 22, 1849. 

-1031- 

(From page 248.) 

FERNANDO BAILEY, born February 6, 1818, was the 
son of Ensign Bailey and his wife, Martha (McDonald) Bailey. 
He married Lucrctia Stevens, October 10, 1844. She was born 
July 6, 1820, at Pepperell, Mass., and died June 2, 1866. He 
died August 19, 1879. 

CHILDREN. 

1343 Charles F., born ; August 12, 1847. 

1344 George W., born November 24, 1849. 

1345 Walter B., born August 24, 185 1. 

1346 Albert F., born June 3, 1853. 

1347 Martha A., born July 10, i860. 

1348 Edward H., born February i, 1864. 

1349 Joseph Warren, born January 21, 1866. 

-1036- 

(From page 248.) 

HARRIET BAILEY, born November 22, 1827, was the 
daughter of Ensign Bailey, and his wife, Martha (McDonald) 
Bailey. She married Edward P. Ciimmings, January i, 1851. 
He was born May 19, 1825, at Stoneham, N. H., and died April 
8, 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

1350 Harriet Ellen, born May 13, 1852. 

1351 Mary W., born February 8, 1857. 

1352 Willie Bailey, born May 6, 1861. 

1353 Alice M., born March 25, 1867. 



282 PART TWO. EIGHTH GKNKRATION. 

-1038- 

(From page 24S.) 

KMILY B. liAILEY, born March 25, 1832, was the daugh- 
ter of Ensign Bailey, and his wife, Martha (McDonald) Bailey. 
She married Charles A. Priest, December 12, 1854. 

CHILDREN. 

1354 Elisabeth A., born December 30, 1858; married John 

Mathers. 

1355 George H., born September 24, 1865 ; married Marion 

L. Works. 

-1041- 

(From page 248.) 

FREDERIC WILLIAM BAILEY, born August 15, 1839 
was the son of Edward Bailey, and liis wife, Sarah (Ilayden) 
Perkins Bailey. He married Mary IV'rkins, September 2, 1866. 
She was born May 21, 1840, at Troy, N. H. ; died December 8, 
1867. Me died April 27, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

1356 Mary Fredericka, born December 6, 1867 ; married 

Guy H. Greely of Thornton, N. H. 

-1042- 

(From page 248.) 

EDWARD HAYDEN BAILEY, born March 3, 1841, 
was the son of Edward Bailey, and his wife, Sarah (Ilayden) Per- 
kins P)ailey. He married Abbie A. Cutter, July 23. 1865 She 
was born February 27, 1842, and died March 31, 188 1. 

cnir,DKi':N. 

1357 Harry Frederic, born July 15, 1869. 

1358 Annie Laura, horn OctoixT i, 1871. 
'359 ^<'a Maria, born July 30, 1878. 

-1050- 

(From page 24<).) 
EMILY ADELINl' BAILEY, born April i, 1827, was 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. I'.IGHTH GENERATION. 283 

the daughter of Oliver Hailey and his wife, Deborah (Perry) 
Bailey; married Nehemiah Cutter, April 2, 1850. 

CHILDREN. 

1360 Clara A., born June 15, 1852 ; married Fred J. Law- 

rence. 

1361 Julia May, born May 2, 1864; married Frank N. 

Conant. 

-1054- 

(From page 249.) 

ALONZO E. BAILEY, born April 8, 1837, was the son of 
Oliver Bailey and his wife, Deborah (Perry) Bailey. He married 
Alice A. Stinthart. She was born May 8, 1847 ; died 1888. He 
died August 12, 1893. 

CHILDREN. 

1362 Lilla May, born March 24, 1878. 

1363 George Edward, born September 24, 1881, 

-1058- 

(From page 250.) 

NANCY S. BAILEY, born March 9, 1827, was the daugh- 
ter of Abner Bailey and his wife, Caroline (Gilmore) Bailey. 
She married Alonzo P'arrar. She died April 5, 1853. 

CHILDREN. 

1364 Frederic Alonzo, born October 16, 1847; married 

Hattie A. Woodwell. 

-1059- 

(From page 250.) 

CLARENCE S. BAILEY, born October 22, 1830, was the 
son of Abner Bailey and his wife, Caroline (Gilmore) Bailey. 
He married Sarah E. Whitcombe, July 21, i860. She was born 
August 8, 1838. 

CHILDREN. 

1365 Carrie Elisabeth, born August 8, 1866, 



284 PART TWO. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1366 Fannie Elsie, born December 11, 1871 ; died May 13, 

1882. 

1367 George Herbert, born September 27, 1880. 

-1060- 

(From page 250.) 

LOUISE C. BAILEY, born July 13, 1833, was the daugh- 
ter of Abner Bailey and his wife, Caroline (Gilmore) Bailey. 
She married Edwin Farrar, October 4, 1855. 

CHILDREN. 

1368 Ella Maria, born December 17, 1856. 

-1061- 

(From page 250.) 

GEORGE G. BAILF^Y, born September 10, 1835, was the 
son of Abner Bailey and his wife, Caroline (Gilmore) liaiiey. 
He married Adclia M. Adams, October 21, 1859. She was born 
June 8, 1838, and died October 14, 1883. 

CHILDREN. 

1369 Mabel A., born February 17, 1868; married George 

K. lulwards, June 4, 1896; resides at Springfield, 
Massachusetts. 

-1075- 

(From page 251.) 

JULIA ELISABETH GAGE, daughter of Abner and 
Elisabeth (Bailey) Gage, was born November 27, 1846. She 
married Calvin Brigham Perry, November 10, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

1370 William Fisher, born December 5, 1871. 

1 37 1 Walter Gage, born June 13, 1874. 

- 1093- 

(From page 253. ) 

LYDIA ANN BAILEY, born February 17. 1820, was the 
daughter of James Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Simonds) Bailey. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 285 

She married Charles Hutchinson, April 30, 1837. She died 
March 23, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

1372 Angeline Abigail, born August 28, 1837; married 

Henry Capelle. 
'373 Lydia Ann Ardelia, born October 18, 1845 ; married 

Royal L. Woodbury. 
1373a Elvira Augusta, born May 12, 1846; married Charles 

A. Grover. 

-1096- 

(From page 253.) 

CHELLESS BILLINGS BAILEY, born October 23, 1828, 
was the son of James Bailey and his wife, Abigail (Simonds) 
Bailey. He married Ellen K. Hartwell of Lincoln, Mass., April 
19, 1855. He died October 3, 1877. His wife died August 20, 
1890. 

CHILDREN. 

1374 George H., born November 9, 1855. 

1375 Nellie L., born April 20, 1857. 

1376 Edward C, born May 4, 1859. 

1377 Estella A., born December 7, i860. 

1378 Erederic L., born July 28, 1869; died February 16, 

1891. 

-1097- 

(From page 253.) 

EDWARD B. BAILEY, born June 28, 1833, was the son 
of James Bailey and his wife. Abigail (Simonds) Bailey. He 
married Sophia Gould, June 28, 1861. She was the daughter 
of Thomas Gould, and was born December 22, 1839; resides in 
Lexington, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

1379 Charles, born September 13, 1868 ; married Mary M. 

Willis, April 18, 1898. 
1380 Abba, born June 6, 1870. (See page 301.) 
1381 Lucy, born August 3, 1872; died June 8, 1892. 



286 PART TWO. KIGIITll GKNEKATION. 

^1101- 

(From page 254.) 

BENJAMIN II. BAILKY, born in Bennington, N. H., 
June 27, 1830, was a son of Benjamin Bailey and his wife, Latta 
(Hopkins) Fletcher Bailey. He married in Lawrence, Mary J. 
Crowley, May 3, 1854; removed to Waukon, Iowa, August, 

1855- 

CHIl.DKKN. 

1382 Ivilla M , born May 3, 1855. (See page 302.) 

1383 Jerome 1')., born July 19, 1856; married Carrie M. 

Lubec, July 12, 1885, at Valentine, Neb. 

1384 Callis l^Vances, born June 22, 1862; married George 

F. Letchford ; lives at Estherville, Iowa. 

-1102- 

(Krom page 2^.\.) 

SIMON FLI'yrCHlCR BAHJ^Y, born July 2, 1832, was 
the son of IkMijamin Bailey and bis wife, Latta (Hopkins) Bai- 
ley, lie married in Brainerd, Minn., I'^lsie J. Thorne, Novem- 
ber 27, 1873. 

CHIl.DKKN. 

1385 Carl Thorne, born Sejjtember 21, 1875 ; married 

Winn if red Millan, December 27, 1895 

1386 Alice Maude, born October 5, 1877. 

1387 Florence Louise, born January 8, 1882. 

1388 Phebe Green, born February 6, 1886. 

-1104- 

(From page 254.) 

MARSHAL A. BAILEY, born in Lowell, February 26, 
1834, was the son of Benjamin Bailey and his wife, Latta (Hop- 
kins) Fletcher Bailey. He married in Waukon, Iowa, Sarah J. 
Reid, December 10, 1868 They lived in Waukon, Iowa; re- 
moved to South Dakota, where he died January 6, 1897. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 287 

CHILDREN. 

1389 S. Latta, born June 8, 1872. 

1390 William R., born June 1, 1874. 

1 391 Benjamin W., born December 26, 1875. 

1392 Jessie May, born October 10, 1877 ; died July 21, 1879. 

1393 George M., born December 30, 1879. 

1394 Callis F., born July 28, i88i. 

1395 Grace L., born January 30, 1886. 

1396 l^lanch L., born March 20, 1887. 

-1105- 

(From page 254.) 

HARRIET JANP: BAILEY, born August 9, 1837, was 
the daughter of Benjamin Bailey and his wife, Latta (lIo|)kins) 
Fletcher Bailey. She married at Lowell, Mass., Charles O. 
Thompson, January 9, 1852. She died June 21, 1857. 

CHILDREN. 

1397 Eugenia, born 1853; married a Mr. Favor; 

resides in Lowell. 

-1106- 

(From page 254.) 

CHARLES M. BAILEY, born in Lowell, Mass., August 
9, 1839, was the son of Benjamin Bailey and his wife, Latta 
(Hopkins) I'^letcher Bailey. He married Sarah F. Burton, 
October 17, 1866, in Waukon, Iowa; removed to Cherokee, 
Iowa ; now living in Sibley, Iowa. 

CHILDREN. 

1398 Edward B., born September 26, 1869; died October 

27, 1888 

1399 Emily F., born August 5, 1871 ; died May 4, 1894. 

1400 Bessie May, born November 17, 1874. 

1401 Bennie Ray, born November 17, 1874 ; died March 19. 

1402 Frank IL, born December 9, 1876. 

1403 Latta C, born March 3, 1879; died March 21. 



288 PARt TWO. EIGHtH GEKERAtlON. 

1404 Joseph ]i., born April 6, 1882. 

1405 Minnie 1\, born March 19, 1886. 

1406 Robert 1'., born January 17, 1890. 

-1107- 

(From page 254.) 

CALLIS FRANCKS HAILEY, born in Lowell, Mass., 
March 18, 1841, was the daughter of l^enjaniin Hailey and his 
wife, Latta (Hopkins) Metcher l^ailey. She married at Waukon, 
Iowa, John W. I'ratt, January 29, 1862. He died at Waukon, 
Iowa, August 21, 1897. 

CHIMIREN. 

1407 Arthur K., born September 27, 1863 i married Bessie 

Howe, November , 1892. 

-1109- 

(From page 254.) 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BAILEY, born November 
13, 1827, was the son of Leonard Hailey and his wife, Betsy 
(Hardy) Bailey. He mnrried Sarah Carle, November 10, 1850. 
She was born December 19, 1829; died December 18, 1887; 
resided at North Hampton. 

CHILDREN. 

1408 Frank Everett, born August 18, 1852; married Jessie 

E. Piper, December 18, 1883. 
1409 Florence Abbott, born December 16, 1854. (See 
page 302.) 
1410 Fred L., born December 27, 1868; married 
August 22, 1893. 

-1110- 

(From page 254.) 

CAROLINE E. BAILEY, born February 19, 1830, was 
the daughter of Leonard Bailey and his wife Betsy (Hardy) 
Bailey. She married Jeremiah PMske, February 17, 1853. They 
live at Clinton, Mass. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. EIGHTH GENKRATION. 289 

CHILDRKN. 

1411 Klla Athelia, born December 16, 1854 ; lives at Clin 

ton, Mass. 

1412 Carrie Norilla, born July 5, i860 ; married W^illiam 

F. Hallett ; lives at Bridgeport, Conn. 

-1111- 

(From page 254.) 

GEORGE EDWIN BAILEY, born December 5, 1836, 
was the son of Leonard Bailey and his wife, Betsy (Hardy) 
Bailey. He married first, Eleanor M. Brewster. She was born 
July 17, 1838; died November 26, 1880. Married second, Mary 
E. Stackhouse. She was born November, 1859; died March 
4, 1891. Married third, Katherine F. Vorhoes. She was born 
May 16, 1847. 

CHILDREN. 

1413 Laura M., born April 25, 1862. (See page 302.) 

1414 Arthur J. F., born January 27, 1865; died June 4, 

1865. 

1415 Edwin B., born April 12, 1870; married Clara V. 

Benser, 

-1112- 

(From page 255.) 

SAMUEL NEWELL BAILEY, born in Wilton, N. H , 
August 10, 183 1, was the son of Herbert Bailey and his first wife, 
Almira (Straw) Bailey. He married Adeline Winn, September 
9, 1854 She was born at Dunstable, Mass , February 4, 1836. 
Mr. Bailey lives at 5 Cross street, Nashua, N. H. 

CHILDREN. 

1416 Infant daughter, born December 21, 1855 ; died 

December 25, 1855. 
1417 Herbert Rodney, born August 28, 1857. (See 
page 303.) 
14 1 8 Addie Louise, born January 9, 1861. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

-1153- 

(From page 260.) 

ELIZA ANN BAILEY, born August 16, 1814, was the 
daughter of Capt. Samuel P. Bailey and his wife, Thais (Loud) 
Bailey. She married Oliver B. Shaw of Weymouth, 1836. 

CHILDRKN. 

1419 Austin Bradford, born 

1420 I'^liza Ann, born 

1421 O. B. Shaw, born 

-1154- 

(From page 260.) 

NATHANIEL BAILEY, born April 26, 1816, in Wey- 
mouth, Mass., was the son of Samuel P. Bailey and his wife, 
Thais (Loud) Bailey. He married Lucy H. Tirrel, November, 
1840. He was a prominent manufacturer of boots and shoes 
for many years. His wife died April 14, 1895. 

CHILDREN. 

1422 J'imes H., born March, 1841. (See page 304.) 

1423 Augusta M., born March, 1846; died January 31, 

1895. 

1424 Ered L., born July 16, 1861. 

1425 William, born October 4, 1865 ; died January 4, 1869. 

-1155- 

(From page 261.) 

GEORGE BAILEY, born in Weymouth, April 13, 1818, 
was the son of Capt. Samuel P. Bailey and his wife, Thais 
(Loud) Bailey. He married Beulah Bates. He died 1869. 
She died 1870. 



• 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. 29I 

CHILDREN. 

1426 George Bradford, born 1847. 

1427 Louise, born 1853. 

-1157- 

(From page 261.) 

JAMES HAILEY, born in Weymouth, March 7. 1822, was 
the son of Capt. Samuel P. Bailey and his wife, Thais (Loud; 
Ikiley. He married Mary Sanborn of Arlington, Mass., June, 
1848. She died 1862. He died 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

1428 M. Fillmore, born 1848; died 1871. 

1429 One other child, born ; died young. 

-1162- 

(From page 262.) 

LORING WO ART BAILEY, born September 28, 1839, 
was the son of Jacob Whitman Bailey and his wife, Maria 
(Slaughter) Bailey. He was married on August 19, 1863, in the 
Cathedral, Fredericton, N. B., by the Right Reverend, the Lord 
Bishop of the Diocese, to Laurestine Marie, only child of Joseph 
Marshall de Brett, Marechal, Baron d'Avray, Chevalier de Saint 
Louis. In his youth he was permanently lamed in one foot by 
an accidental fall. He graduated at Harvard College in 1859, 
and received the degree of M. A. at Harvard in 1861. tn the 
same year he was appointed professor of chemistry and natural 
sciences in the University of New Brunswick, which position he 
still holds. From 1868 to 1873, from 1883 to 1892, and from 1896 
to 1899 he has been connected with the Geological Survey of 
Canada, conducting explorations during the college vacation. 
In 1868 he declined the professorship of natural history and 
geology in Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. The Univer- 
sity of New Brunswick conferred the degree of Ph.D. upon him 
in 1873, and Dalhousie College, Halifax, the degree of L.L. D. 
(Honoris Causa) in 1896. At various times he has been 
elected corresponding member of the Natural History Society 
of Montreal, consulting correspondent of the American Bureau 



292 PART TWO. NINTH GENERATION. 

of Mines, member of the American Microscopical Society of 
New York, corresponding member of the Nova Scotian Institute 
of Natural Science and correspondirg member of the Literary 
and Historical Society of Quebec. In 1887 he was author of 
"Elementary Natural History" in the New Brunswick school 
series. In 1882 he was appointed by the Marquis of Lome, one 
of the 20 original members of the geological and biological 
section of the Royal Society of Canada, and was elected presi- 
dent of this section in 1889. 

CHILDREN. 

1430 Joseph Whitman, born May 9, 1865 i graduated at 

University of New Brunswick in 1884; attended 
Harvard Law School, 1887-1888; admitted to the 
Suffolk County Massachusetts Bar on January 15, 
1889, and to the Bar of the U. S. Circuit Court, 
October 25, 1893. Author of "St. John River in 
Maine, Quebec and New Brunswick," Riverside 
Press, 1894. 

143 1 William d'Avray, born August 31, 1866. 

1432 Loring Woart, born November 14, 1868. 

1433 Margaret Marshall, born August 5, 1871. (See 
page 304.) 

1434 Laurestine Marie, born May 6, 1875. 

1435 George Whitman, born July 8, 1879. 
14^6 Henry Bond, born October 3, 1880. 

-1163- 

(From page 262.) 

WILLIAM WHITMAN BAILEY, born February 22, 
1843, was the son of Jacob Whitman Bailey and his wife, Maria 
(Slaughter) Bailey. He married Eliza Randall Simmons of 
Providence, March 16, 1881. William W. Bailey received his 
education at Garrison School at West Point, at the University 
Grammar School, Providence, R. I., and at Brown University. 
He was appointed assistant in chemistry in Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology in 1866, Botanist of the United States 
geological exploration of the 40th parallel in 1867, deputy sec- 



JOHN OF SALISBURY DKANCH. NINTH GENEKATION. 293 

retary of State of Rhode Island in 1868, assistant librarian of the 
Providence Athenaeum in 1869, instructor in botany at Brown 
University in 1877, and professor of botany at same university 
in 1881, which position he holds at the present time. In 1896 
he was appointed by the president of the United States a mem- 
ber of the board of visitors to the United States Military 
Academy. He has been a frequent contributor to various maga- 
zines and newspapers, both in prose and verse, and author of 
"The Botanical Collectors' Handbook" in 1881, "Botanical Note- 
book" in 1894, "Rhode Island Wild Flowers" in 1895 and "New 
England Wild Flowers" in 1896. Professor Bailey served as a 
private in the loth R. I. Volunteers, 1862, and is a member of 
numerous patriotic and college societies. 

CHILDREN, 

M37 Whitman, born April 2, 1883. 

1438 Margaret Emerson, born October 12, 1885. 

-1170- 

(From page 263) 

SAMUEL GORDON BAILEY, born August i, 1821, was 
a son of Gordon Bailey and his wife, Mary Perry (Champlin) 
Bailey. He married Arabella Sinclair, March 7, 1865. She was 
born P'ebruary 22, 1834. He is a physician in Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1439 Edward Sinclair, born June 26, 1856. (See page 304.) 
1440 Clara, born December 24, 1858; died January i, i860. 
1441 Samuel Gordon, Jr., born July 26, 1861. (See 
page 305 ) 

1442 Helen, born August 24, 1864; died April 10, 1866. 

1443 Bessie, born May 9, 1868 ; married in Chicago, 111., 

Alfred Edgar Ransing ; no children. 

-1171- 

(From page 263.) 

ELISABETH PERRY BAILEY, born August 9, 1823, 
was the daughter of Gordon Bailey and his wife, Mary Perry 
(Champlin) Bailey. She married Joseph Styles Eckley. 



294 I'AKl TWO. NINTH OKNI'.KAIION. 

Cmi.DKKN. 

1444 Child, born at Buffalo, N. Y., December 3, 1861 ; died 

August 27, 1868. 

-1173- 

(From page 263.) 

MARY JANE BAILEY, born May 12, 1828, was a daugh- 
ter of Gordon Bailey and his wife, Mary Perry (Champlin) 
Bailey. She married Thomas Rayburn, December 3, 1849. 
She died December 24, 1867, at Buffalo, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1445 Mary Bailey, born September 10, 1850 ; unmarried. 

1446 Arabella Sinclair, born November 10, 1855 ; married 

Charles Lowell Whitney. 

1447 Perry Champlin, born September 10, 1859; married 

Ida McCready. 

-1174- 

(From page 263.) 

JOHN CROCKER BAILEY, born April 13, 1831. was 
the son of Gordon Bailey and his wife, Mary Perry (Champlin) 
Bailey. He married in New York city, Eunice Anna Grant, 
September 27, 1852. 

CHILDREN. 

1448 Gordon, born July 10, 1853; resides in New York; 

unmarried. 

1449 Mary Perry, born March 16, 1857 ; died in Chicago, 

Illinois. 

1450 Charles Franklin, born February 12, 1859; died 

April 2, 1867, at St. Louis. 

1451 Harry Grant, born March 7, 1873. 

-1176- 

(From page 263.) 

LUCIEN CHAMPLIN BAILEY, born November 30, 
1836, was the son of Gordon Bailey and his wife, Mary Perry 



JOHN OF SALISBURY HKANCM. NINTH GENKKATION. 295 

(Champlin) Bailey. He married in Columbus, Ohio, Helen 
Jane Hayden. She was formerly of Haydenville, Mass. Chil- 
dren were born in Columbus, Ohio. 

CHILDKKN. 

1452 Lillian Jane, born January 17, i860. (See page 305.) 

1453 Hayden Gordon, born September 15, 1867. 

-1185- 

(From page 264.) 

LUCY MAY BAILEY, daughter of William Herbert and 
Martha L. (Colby) Bailey, was born in Darien, N. Y., December 
9, 1870; married November, 1893, Andrew Lathrop of Dirien. 
They reside on a farm at Darien, N. Y. 

CHILDREN. 

1454 Grace, born July i, 1895. 

-1186- 

(From page 265.) 

JOHN E. BAH^EY, born in Newburyport, August 2, 
1838, was a son of John liailey, Jr., and his wife, Lydia M. 
(Woodbury) Bailey ; he married Caroline B. Teel, September 
24, i860. They reside in Newburyport. 

CHILDREN. 

1455 Alice Weston, born February 14, 1864. 

-1194- 

(From page 266.) 

CHARLES O. BAILEY, born in Newbury, Mass., Janu- 
ary 24, 1863, was the son of William P. Bailey and his wife, 
Ursula (Larkm) Bailey. He married Elisabeth T. Bricket of 
West Newbury, September 29, 1885. Mr. Bailey was educated 
at the Putnam School, Newburyport, Dummer Academy and 
Bryant and Stratton's Business College. In 1886, he entered 
into business with his father under the name of l^ailey & Co. 
He was selectman in the years 1892-1895. He has served 



296 PART TWO. NINTH GENERATION. 

nine yeir.s on the school committee. In 1896, he was an alter- 
nate delegate from the si.\th congressional district at the Presi- 
dential Convention, held at St. Louis. He was a member of the 
State Legislature of 1895 ^^^^ 1896. He represented the double 
district, comprising Newburyport, Newbury, Ipswich and Row- 
ley. In 1897 he was elected to the Massachusetts Senate, of 
which he is now a member. 

CHILUKEN. 

1456 Harold L., born 

-1196- 

(From page 266.) 

MAUD C. BAILEY, born September 3, 1870, is a daugh- 
ter of William P. Bailey and his wife, Ursula (Larkin) Bailey. 
She married Merrill B Bailey of Topsfield, son of John and 
Sarah (Gould) Bailey, July 24, 1888. 

CHILDREN. 

1457 John William, born June 21, 1889 
i4S7(i Ursula, born December 3, 1890. 

1458 Paul Larkin, born April 19, 1894. 

-1200- 

(From page 267.) 

LABAN MERRILL BAILEY, born December 26, 1830, 
was the son of Richard S. Bailey and his wife, Susan (I'age) 
liailcy. Married Mary E. H. Bailey. 

CHILDREN. 

1459 Franklin Pierce, born May 13, 1853. 

1460 Mary Jane, born July 7, 1856. 

1461 Susan J., born 1858; died December 18, i860. 

-1208- 

(From page 267.) 

RICHARD S. BAILEY, born in West Newbury, was a 

son of Richard S. Bailey and his wife, Susan (Page) Bailey. He 

marrietl Lydia S. liailey of West Newbury, June 26, 1859. 

20 



JOHN OF SALISBURY HRANCII. NINTH GENEKATION. 297 

CHILDREN. 

1462 \Lhcn Wondall, born July 13, i860. 

-1206- 

(From page 267.) 

NORMAN liRIGH AM J?AYLEY,born in Mansfield, Conn., 
September 17, 1847, was a son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, 
Andalusia (Merrick) Bailey. He received his education from 
his father, and was fitted for college in a private school at Cov- 
entry, Conn. He then became a student in the medical depart- 
ment of Yale College, graduating in 1871 ; served a year in the 
New Haven State Hospital, then located at Ikewster, N. Y., 
and practiced about ten years ; removed to Haverstraw, N. Y., 
where he has a far reaching and lucrative practice, which has 
been built up by reason of his ability as a physician and sur- 
geon. He is a member of the Alumni Medical Society of Yale 
University and of the New York State Medical Association ; 
also, past master of Stony Point Lodge, No. 313, 1'. and A. M., 
of Haverstraw, N. Y. He married Margarcttc Hemion, Janu- 
ary 10, 1872. She was the daughter of Jacob and (Wan- 
maker) Hemion, born in Sufferns, N. Y., October 6, 1848. 

CHILDREN. 

1463 Norman H., born June 18, 1873 ; died of di[)htheria, 

April 1877. 

1464 Philip Rush, born December 28, 1875 ; died of diph- 

theria, April 1877. 

-1208- 

(From page ;68.) 

JAMES WESLEY BAH.EY, born in Newbury, Vt., May 
23, 1831, was a son of James Spencer Bailey and his wife, Betsy 
(J^anfield) liailcy. He married Mrs. Abbott, (a widow having 
one child) 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

1465 Wesley G., born 1859. (See page 305.) 
1466 Fred S , born ; married, and live.s in 

Chicago. 

21 



298 PART TWO. NINTH GENEKATiON. 

-1222- 

(From page 269.) 

JAMICS CURRIER BAILKY, born June 15, 1846, was 
tlie son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Eliza Ann (Currier) 
Bailey. He married Emily Caroline Fuller, June 26, 1875. 
She was the daughter of Hasting and Martha (Bickerditc) 
Fuller. He is a contracting printer and lives at Chicago, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1467 Leonard Lionel, born July 19, 1876. 

1468 Lester Curtis, born September 7, 1879. 

1469 Alvin Martin, born August, 1881 ; died March, 1890. 

-1223- 

(From page 269.) 

MARTIN VAN BUREN BAILEY, born November 18, 
1848, was the son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Eliza Ann 
(Currier) Bailey. He married Sarah L. Gale, December 11, 
1872. She was the daughter of Royal Gale of Barre, Vt. He 
died November 27, 1875. 

CHILDREN. 

1470 Earnest H., born September, 1873. 

-1224- 

(From page 269.) 

HANNAH 15AILEY, born January 18, 1853, was the 
daughter of Joshua liailey and his wife, I^liza Ann (Currier) 
Bailey. She married John E. Hale, August 5, 1875. They 
reside in Montpelier, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1471 Arthur O., born 

1472 Charles, born 

1473 Alice Ann, born March 15, 1879. 

1474 Dean Bailey, born -883. 

1475 Guy Morrill, born 1891. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. 299 

-1225- 

(From page 269.) 

HORATIO NYE BAILEY, born April 30, 1855, was the 
son of Joshua Bailey and his wife, Eliza Ann (Currier) Bailey. 
He married Sarah Ann Wood, February 20, 1879. He was a 
successful business man of Barre, Vt. 

CHILDREN. 

1476 Drusilla Wood, born September 4, 1880. 

1477 Clyde Foss, born November 25, 1881. 

-1226- 

(From page 269.) 

THERON LUCIEN BAILEY, born June 24, 1848, was 
the son of Andrew Bailey and his wife, Arisina (liailcy) Bailey. 
He married Julia Augusta Smith, April 23, 1868. She was born 
in Roxbury, July 22, 1849. He is a farmer and lives in Clay 
Township, Clay County, lowa^ 

CHILDREN. 

1478 Ozias Theron, born February 24, 1873 ! married 

Laura L. Thomas. 

1479 George Lewis, born November 18, 1878. 

-1250- 

(From page 272.) 

ABIGAIL G. BAILEY, born October 23, 1847, was the 
daughter of Ozias B. Bailey and his wife, Laura (I^rnes) Bailey, 
of Berlin, Vt. She married first, Moses E. Howard ; married 
second, Martin Van Buren Freeman. 

CHILDREN. 

1480 Jennie, born 

1 48 1 Caroline, born 

-1251- 

(From page 272.) 

FREDERIC B. BAILEY, born November 3, 1849, was a 
son of Ozias B. Bailey and his wife, Laura (Barnes) Bailey. He 



300 I'Akl' TWO. N'lNTri GKNF.UATIOK. 

man icd first, Adelaide VVartl. She was the dauj;hler of Luther 
Ward aiul Joanna, his wife ; was born April 14, 1848, and died 
July 26, 1879; married second, Agnes Glines, daughter of 
ICbenczer Glines and his wife, Lucretia . He is a 

farmer and lives at Williamstown, Vt. 

LIIILDKKN. 

1482 l'2mma, born August 26, 1877. 

-1255- 

(From page 272) 

iUCNKV A. l^AUAiV, born May 27, 1853, was a son of 
William iViiley and his first wife, Jane C. (Alexandria) Hailey. 
He married first, Alice Struble, June 8, 1880. She died 
October 30, 1 881. He married second, Elsia W. Bennett, Feb- 
ruary II, 1886. She died May 23, 1891. 

CHILDREN. 

1483 Clair, born September 6, 1881 ; died January 24, 

1882. 
14S4 William Niles, born May 23, 1891. 

-1302- 

(From pap;e 276.) 

EDWIN A. iiAVLEY, born at Jamaica Plain, Mass., July 
30, 1862, was a stin of Jul win Hay ley and Vesta (Capen) ]5ayley. 
He was educated at Newbury, Vt., St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad- 
emy, Dartmouth College (class of 1885). He taught a private 
school- at Newbury, Vt., 1885-6; was engaged in the mortgage 
loan business in Dakota, 1887-8; studied law at lioston 
University Law School, graduating in 1891. The same year he 
was admitted (Suffolk County) to the practice of law and 
located in Jioston. In 1892 he associated himself in the prac- 
tice of his profession with John H. Colby, a classmate of his at 
Dartmouth College. He married Lucia A. Watkins, daughter 
of E. V. Watkins, M. D., of Newbury, Vt., June 15, 1892. He 
resides at Lexington, Mass., and has served as a member of the 
school committee. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. 3OI 

CHILDREN. 

1484a Marian Vesta, born January 9, 1895. 

-1328- 

(From page 279.) 

EMILY ELISABETH BAILEY, born Eebruary 2, 1859, 
was a daughter of John liailey and his wife, EHsabeth (Eswin) 
Bailey. She married George O. Lee, Eebruary 14, 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

1485 Ralph H., born November 28, 1877. 

i486 Harold G., born July i, 1882. 

1487 Jessie L., born July 29, 1887. 

1488 Nellie E., born July 22, 1893. 

-1329- 

(From page 279.) 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BAILEY, born May 28, i860, 
was a son of John Bailey and his wife, Elisabeth (Eswin) Bailey. 
Ho married Ella M. McNott, December 25, 1882. She was born 
F'ebruary 19, 1864. William A. Bailey is postmaster at Med- 
ford, Minn., where he resides. 

CHILDREN. 

1489 Nellie Valeria, born July 2, 1887. 

1490 Leona Elisabeth, born June 8, 1897. 

-1333- 

(From page 279.) 

SADIE BELL BAILEY, born October 20, 1870, was a 
daughter of Augustus F. Bailey and his wife, Anna S. Preble. 
She married James F. McKinlcy, September 24, 1896. 

chili)ki:n. 

1491 Margie Agnes, born September 16, 1898. 

-1380- 

(From page 285.) 
ABBA BAILEY, born September 13, 1868, was the da-igh- 



302 PARI- TWO. NINTH GENERATION. 

tcr of lulward Ji Builey and his wife, Sophia (Gould) Bailey. 
She married John Foster Bass of Chicago. He is war corre- 
spondent of Har[)er's Weekly at Manila. 

CHILDREN. 

1492 John Foster, born June 9, 1897, at Athens, Greece. 

-1382- 

(From page 286.) 

RILLA M. BAILEY, born in Lowell, Mass., May 3, 
1855, was a daughter of Benjamin U. Bailey and his wife, Mary 
J. (Crowley) Bailey. She married Landon B. Letchford. 

CHILDREN. 

1493 Edna Hope, born March 13, 1881. 

1494 Leon Bailey, born October 12, 1887. 

1495 Carlyle I-'rancis, born August 5, 1897. 

-1409- 

(From page 28S.) 

FLORENCE ABBOT BAILEY, born December 16. 
1854, was the daughter of Benjamin V. Bailey ami his wile. 
Sarah (Carle) Bailey. She married Edwin Carlton Swift, April 
18, 1872. 

CHILDRKN. 

1496 Mabel l-'lorence, born April 18, 1878. 

-1413- 

(From page 289.) 

LAURA M. BAILEY, born April 25, 1862, was the 
daughter of George Edwin Bailey and his second wife, Sarah 
I-:. (Stackhouse) Bailey. She married William E. Hopkins. 

CHILDREN. 

1497 Nellie F., born April 17, 1882. 

1498 Lucy E., born August 5, 1883. 

1499 Harold W., born August 30, 1884. 

1500 I'irnest L., born July 16, 1890. 

1500^? A son born March 17, 1897; died March 20, 1897 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. 3O3 

-1417- 

(From page 289.) 

HERBERT RODNEY BAILEY, born August 28, 1857, 
was a son of Samuel Newell Bailey and his wife, Adeline Winn, 
He married Anna R. Long, April 8, 1879, and lives at Nashua, 
New Hampshire. 

CHILDREN. 

1 501 Carrol Herbert, born November 22, 1880. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. 

TKNTIf g1':ni-:ration. 

-1422- 

(F'rom page :';o.) 

JAMIuS II. imilJCY, born in Weymouth, Marcli. ICS4T, 
was a son of Nathaniel liailcy and liis wife, Lucy (Tirrel) Ikiiley. 
Marrieil Triscilla H. Shaw, May 15, 1867. 

( iiii,|)ki:n. 

1502 James II., horn August 23, 1S74. 

1503 Ivosalie, (hed youn-j;. 

1504 I'Vank ].. (lied youn^L;. 

(505 Rosalie, horn March 10, 1S79. 
150') Helen, born August 23, 1888. 

-1433- 

(From p;i,L:,c 21)2.) 

MAKCARin- MARSHALL HAILEV, born August 5, 
1871, was the daughter of I'rof. Loring W^oart Ikuleyand Laurcs- 
tine M.iric l>jiK.-)-. She married June 6, 1896, at Albany, West 
.AiistraNa, ilaarlLin h". West, son of Nicholas J. West, Esc|., 
ol Trcvales Mansion, St. Stychians, Cornwall, lOng. 

ciiii.i>i<i:n. 
\ ^oiui Marguerile ICthneen, born July, 1897. 

-1439- 

( l''i"()in i)a!j;c 29 V) 

J':i)W,\R[) SINCLAIR r.AILI'Y, born in Chicago, 111 , 
June 2'i. iS^f), \\\i,s the .son of Samuel Cordon Bailey and his 
wile, Aiahelle (Snulaii) l>ailey He mariicd in Madison, W'ls , 
f.oi ,1 C/)i msb\'. 

CIIII.DKICN". 

1507 KeiMK'th, born bYd.iruary i6, 1891. 



JOHN OF SALISBURY BRANCH. TENTH GENERATION. 305 

-1441- 

(From page 293.) 

SAMUEL GORDON BAILKY, Jr., born in Chicago, 
111., July 26, 1861, is the son of Samuel Gordon Bailey and his 
wife, Arabelle (Sinclair) Bailey. He married in Champaign, 111., 
Katrina Reed. 

CHILDREN. 

1508 Eva Bessie, born August 31, 1887. 

1509 Robert Reed, born April 11, 1890; died February 

24, 1891. 

1 5 10 Harold Reed, born June 28, 1891. 

-1452- 

(From page 295.) 

LILLIAN JANE BAIL1':Y, born in Columbus, Ohio, 
January 17, i860, is the daughter of Lucien Champlin l-Jailey 
and his wife, Helen Jane (Hayden) Bailey. She married in 
Boston, Mass., George Ilenschel of London, Eng., March 9, 
1881, a distinguished musician and musical conductor. She is a 
famous singer, and has sung to large audiences in Boston, Mass. 
She now resides in London, Eng. 

CHILDREN. 

151 1 Helen Henrietta, born May 13, 1882. 

-1465- 

(From page 297.) 

Dr. WESLEY G. BAILEY, born in Waukeegan, 111., 
1859, was a son of James Wesley Bailey ^nd his wife, Mrs. 
(Abboit) Bailey. He married Mary Hams Tuthill, 1887. He 
graduated at the Medical School, Chicgao, 111. Lives at 7031 
Princeton avenue, Chicago. 

('IIILI>I<1"\. 

15 12 One child. 

END OF l'.\KT TWO. 



BAILEY GENEALOGY. 



PART THREE. 



ACCOUNT OF 



THOMAS BAYLEY OF WEYMOUTH 



and some of his descendants. 



COMPILED BY 

WILLIAM H. REED. 



1899. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BllANCH. 

FIRST GKNKRATION. 



THOMAS l^AYLKY, Sk , ((^Id Planter) of Wossagussett, 
admitteil Freeman in Massachusetts Colony, May 13, 1640, 
was the first by the name of liayley that we find settled in New 
l-ln'dand. When he came or how he came, we have no record. 
Whether he came in the Weston Colony in 1622, or in the 
Gorges Company in 1623, or whether he came from Weymouth, 
ICng , with another set of people in 1624, or from Virginia, we 
will leave for future historians to determine. He was very 
early in Wessagussctt, and had probably pre-empted land some 
years ])rior to the incorporation of the ])lace as Weymouth, in 
1635. ^^'^ farm and home place of 25 acres was located on the 
southerly side of King Oak Hill (so called) and was bounded on 
the west by Rockey Hill, Rockey Glen or Rockey Nook, on the 
old Indian Trail, leading from East Weymouth to Weymouth 
Landing, crossing what is now Essex street, near the town farm. 
The cellar hole of his house and all his farm lands in Wey- 
mouth, including all his woodland, are still traceable today (1899.) 

"In 1644 Thomas Dyer sould unto Thomas Baylie, the 21st 
of the 3(1 Month, his dwelling-house, Barne, and Sellar, his 
garden and yardc, both of them containing by estimation, one 
c|uarter of an acre of land being more or lessc, bounded on the 
East with the land of Robert Lovell, on the West with the land 
of Mr. Webb, on the North with the land of saied Thomas l^yer, 
and on the South a highwaie." This sale of real estate is one of 
the first lecoids placed on the books of the town of Weymouth. 
lie received land in the first and second division of lands in 
Weymouth and he also owned land at Weary Land in Hingham. 
lie was a prominent man of the town in his day, and a very 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. FIRST GENF,KATION. 309 

useful man, holding many offices. In 1643 he was appointed 
one of the appraisers of the estate of William Fry of Weymouth. 
In 1655 he was one of the appraisers of the estate of Elizabeth 
Pitty of Weymouth. In March, 1655, Thomas Bayley and 
William Chard were chosen constables to serve for the ensuing 
year. His wife was probably not living at date of his will, as he 
makes no mention of her. He died in 1681, and was probably 
buried in the Old North Cemetery, North Weymouth. For a 
copy of Thomas Bayley, Sr.'s will and for a copy of the inven- 
tory of his estate, see the printed Report of the Fifth Annual 
Gathering of the Bailey-Bayley Family Association. 

CHILDREN. 

2 John, born . (See page 310.) 

3 Thomas, born . (See page 31 1.) 

4 Samuel, born . (See page 312.) 

5 Esther, born . (See page 313.) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

-2- 

(From page 309.) 

JOHN liAYLEY, oldest son of Thomas Bayley, Sr., and 
father of John Bayley of Scituate, was born in Weymouth, 
. He was a man of some prominence. He was 
made Freeman in Massachusetts Colony, (as of Weymouth) 
May 23, 1673. He was a non-commissioned officer in some of 
the early military companies of Weymouth, for we find Corp. 
John l^ayley chosen fence viewer for Weymouth in 1664, 1C67 
and 1674-5. March 7, 1669-70, he was chosen way warden. In 
1671, John Bayley and others were chosen to arrange with their 
reverend pastor how much he should receive per annum, etc. 
In 1675-6, during King Philip's War, he had received a military 
promotion for we find "Sergent John Bayley Commissioner 
from Weymouth to Boston twice." At the opening up of lands 
in Freetown, Mass., in 1683, John Bayley of Weymouth and 
Thomas Drake, bought land and removed there about 1685. 
His wife's name was Hannah. (See will of Thomas, Sr.) He 
died June 22, 1686. 

CHILDREN. 

6 John, born . (See page 314.) 

7 Thomas, born ; killed in King Philip's 

War in 1675. ^^^ was impressed into the service 
of the colony from Weymouth during King 
Philip's War, and was killed at the battle of 
Bloody River, between Deerficld and Hadlcy 
with the flower of Essex County. He was a 
young man and full of great promise. (See 
l)rintcd Report of the I'^ourth Annual Gathering of 
the Bailcy-liayloy l'\amily Association.) March 
26, 1676, a petition was .sent from Weymouth to 
the Committee on Military Affairs, asking for the 



THOMAS OF WF.YMOUTH BRANCH. SECOND GENERATION. 3II 

return of the men from Weymouth, who were out 
on the frontier, in the Connecticut Valley, so that 
they could defend their own firesides, for the 
enemy was at their very doors. On October 12, 
1676, an abatement was made by the general 
court in favor of Weymouth, on account of its 
losses by the enemy, and the taxes of those persons 
"Slayne in the War," were levied on the whole 
town. (See Weymouth Town Records.) March 
30, 1679, John Reed bought land of Thomas 
Bayley, late of Weymouth. (See Suffolk Probate 
Records.) 

-3- 

(From page 309.) 

THOMAS BAILEY, Jr., son of Thomas Bayley, Sr., was 
born in Weymouth . He married Ruth, daughter 

of Richard Porter of Weymouth, September 19, 1660. She was 
born in Weymouth, October 3, 1639. He was made P'reeman 
in Massachusetts Colony (as of Weymouth), May 23, 1666. He 
was a useful man in the colony, holding many offices. "An 
agreement was made with the Town the first month of this pres- 
ent year, 1661, to exchange a parcell of land with Thomas 
Bayley, Jr., (farmer) for the said Thomas to sett a house on." 
"In 1665, Thomas Bayley, Jr., and John Whitmash, Jr., were 
fined for Cutting Thatch with Sithes upon the Town flatts, 
They were judged to pay twenty shillings apiece." He was 
chosen fence viewer in 1663-4 ; constable in 1660 and 1664 ; and 
hay ward in 1680. He was in Scituate some years, probably 
with his nephew, John Bayley, at Farm Neck, for Capt. John 
Williams in his will mentions Thomas Bayley and 16 others 
of his farm hands, and gives them five pounds and upwards 
apiece. His wife, Ruth, died and he married second. Widow 
Hannah (Rogers) Pratt, by whom he had one child, Thomas. 
She died May 29, 1721, aged 71 years. He died in 1690. 



312 PARI- TIIK|-.r.. SF.CONI) (iF.N Kl< ATH)N. 

Cllll.nKKN. 

8 Christian, boni in Weymouth, October 26, 1662. (See 

P''^KC3is.) 

9 Samuel, born February 21, 1666; died before his father. 

He perished or was killed in the expedition apjainst 
Canada in 1690. Letters of administration were 
granted to his father, January 29, 1690-1. We 
find the following bill : "To wages due from ye 
Country in the Kxpedition against Canady, £j, 
2s." Richard Porter in his will in 1688 speaks of 
his grandchild, Samuel JVayley, and gives him two 
acres of land on King Oak Hill in Weymouth. 
10 Mary, born February 10, 1670. 
1 1 Sarah, born September 9, 1C74. (See page ,^15) 
12 Ruth, born . (See page 316.) 

13 Martha, born ; was living at the death 

of her father in 1690. 

14 Thomas, born April 24, 1687. The records of the town 

of Weymouth give the name of this son as John, 
but Thomas ]5ayley, Jr.. died in 1690, and his 
estate was divided in 1691 betvveen the only sur- 
viving son, Thomas, and the daughters, Christian 
Whitmarsh, Ruth Ward, Sarah and Martha. 



(I'rom page 309.) 

SAMUICL J5AVLFY, son of Thomas Bayley, Sr., was 
probably born in Weymouth. The name of his wife was Mary 
. Thomas, Sr., in his will makes no mention of this 
son, Samuel, but he was here in Weymouth and the births of his 
live children arc recorded on the books of the town of Wey- 
mouth. "He had a grant of two and one-half acres of Lanfl 
about 1660, Provided he does not dispose of it, but it is to 
remayne to the said Samuel l?ayley, his heirs. Viz, His wife, 
Mary, that now is, and to the children of her body." He died 
P'ebi uary, 171 1. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SECOND GENERATION. 313 

CHILDREN. 

15 Samuel, born September 7, 1658. 

16 Mary, born April 30, 1661. 

17 James, born February 21, 1663. 

18 John, born December 12, 1668. 

19 Joseph, born December 18, 1672. 

-5- 

(From page 309.) 

ESTHER BAYLEY, daughter of Thomas Bayley, Sr., 
married John King of Weymouth. She was his second or third 
wife. John King in his will speaks of his wife, Esther, and her 
father, Thomas Bayley. She died February 28, 1 700-1. 

CHILbREN. 

20 John, born April 12, 1659; died young. 

21 John, born December 25, 1661. 

22 iLsther, born September 28, 1664. 

23 Patience, born October 4, 1668. 



22 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

-6- 

(From page 310.) 

JOHN BAILEY, son of John Bayley and his wife, Han- 
nah l^ayley, was born in Weymouth, . lie 
was made Freeman in Massachusetts Colony (as of Weymouth), 
May 23, 1677. ^^ went to Scituate as a young man before 
1670 to take charge of the farm of Capt. John Williams at the 
Neck. Capt. John Williams came from London with Mr. 
Hatherly in 1632. He was a householder in Scituate in 1647, 
and he bore arms in 1643. He was a man of energy and activity 
in the colony and a famous Indian fighter. He commanded a 
com[)any in King Philip's War and was on the right wing of the 
ambuscade at the time when King Philip fell. He was a noted 
farmer of those days and counted his acres by the hundreds. 
He lived to a good old age and died in Scituate, June 22, 1694, 
leaving no family. The will of Captain Williams is dated at 
Scituate, 1691. lie gives to his nephew, William Barker of 
Marshfield, a 200-acre farm and legacies to other nephews. "To 
my ancient servant (tenant), John ISailey," he gave the farm on 
which he lived at the Neck in Scituate. This farm contained 
about 175 acres and was considered one of the finest farms in 
Plymouth Colony. John Bailey married first, Sarah, daughter 
of Govvin and Elizabeth (Ward) White, January 25, 1672. She 
was the mother of all his children. Elizabeth Ward, aged 38, 
came to New England in the ship, Increase, of London, (Robert 
Lea, master), in 1635. She came with the family of Thomas 
Jestlin (Josselyn). See Barry's History of Hanover, page 336. 
lie married second, Ruth Clothier, December 9, 1699. Jere- 
miah Clothier was in Weymouth early and served as one of 
Weynioulh's (jiiota during King Philip's War, and some of his 
family are buried in the okl North Cemetery, and their grave- 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. THIRD GENERATION. 31$ 

Stones are still standing. John Bailey died in Scituate in 1718, 
and in his will gave to his sons, John, Joseph, Benjamin, William 
and Samuel, £4 sterling, each, in addition to what they had 
already received. To daughter, Mary Perry, he gave ;^6o 
sterling. He named his son William, executor. His children 
were born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

24 John, born November 5, 1673. (See page 317) 

25 Sarah, born October, 1675. No record. 

26 Mary, born December, 1677 ; married James Perry, 

January i, 1701. 

27 Joseph, born October, 1679. (See page 317.) 

28 Benjamin, born April, 1682. (See page 318.) 

29 William, born February, 1685. (See page 320.) 

30 Hannah, born January, 1688 ; married James Briggs, 
Jr., December 24, 1716. 
31 Samuel, born August, 1690. (See page 320.) 

32 Elizabeth, born ; married William Barrell, 

July, 1706. 

-8- 

(From page 312.) 

CHRISTIAN BAILEY, born in Weymouth, October 26, 
1662, was a daughter of Thomas Bailey and Ruth (Porter) 
Bailey. She married Ebenezer Whitmarsh of Weymouth in 
1682. 

CHILDREN. 

33 Ebenezer, born 1683. 

34 Richard, born 1685. 

35 Ebenezer, born 1688. 

36 Ruth, born 169 1. 

37 Mary, born 169- ; married John Reed of 

Abington. 

38 Thomas, born 1702. 

-11- 

(From page 312.) 
SARAH BAILEY, born September 9, 1674, was a daugh- 



3l6 PART THKl'.E. THIRD GENERATION. 

ter of Thomas Bailey and Ruth (Porter) Bailey. She married 
Jose|)li White of liraintree, December 6, 1704. 

CHILDREN. 

39 Joseph, born October i, 1706, 

40 Benjamin, born March 18, 1709; died October 3, 1715 

41 John, born February 281 17 10. 

42 Sarah, born I'^cbruary 17, 1712; died October 7, 1715. 

43 Daniel, born April 18, 17 14. 

44 lienjamin, born July 7, 1716. 

45 David, born August 12, 17 19. 

46 Sarah, born January 12, 1721. 

47 Hannah, born January 28, 1724. 

48 Mary, born June 11, 1727. ' 

-12- 

(From page 312.; 

RUTH BAILEY, born , was a dauj;hter of 

Thomas Bailey and Ruth (Porter) Buley. She married Henry 
Ward of Ilingham, May 25, 1694. 

CHILDREN. 

49 Ruth, born March 6, 1694 5. 

50 Remember, born May 5, 1697 ; died young 

51 Elizabeth, born June 22, 1698. 

52 Mary, born July 31, 1700. 

53 Rachel, born November 19, 1702. 

54 l.ydia, born June 15, 1705. 

55 Henry, born August 10, 1709 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. 

FOURTH genp:ration. 

-24- 

(From page 315.) 

JOHN BAILEY, son of John and Sarah (White) Bailey, 
was born in Scituate, November 5, 1673 ; married Abigail, daugh- 
ter of Dea. Samuel Clapp of Scituate, February 19, 1700. She 
was born in Scituate in 1679. He lived in Hanover, Mass., and 
died there June, 1752, and his widow died March 2, 1753. He 
was selectman in Hanover for a number of years, and a man of 
influence in the town. His children were probably all born in 
Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

56 Jane, born June 30, 1700; married 

57 John, born May 23, 1703. (See page 322.) 

58 Jacob, born December 13, 1706. (See page 322.) 

59 Captain Israel, born May 13, 1708. (See page 323.) 

60 Timothy, born March 20, 1709. (See page 323.) 

61 Abigail, born February 4, 1712-3 ; married John 

Bates, May 21, 1733. 

62 Sarah, born 1714 ; married Thomas Jenkins, 

March 4, 1731. 

63 Deborah, born 1717 ; married Jere. Rogers 





in 1738. 


64 


Hannah, born 


65 


Rachel, born 



1717 ; died Decern ber 29, 1736. 
1719; married James Rogers, 
1 74 1. (See page 324.) 
66 Naomi, born 1722 ; married lienjamin Curtis of Han- 
over, Mass., March 9, 1741. 

-27- 

(From page 315.) 

• JOSEPH BAILEY, son of John Bailey and Sarah (White) 
Bailey, was born in Scituate, October, 1679 ; married about 1703, 



3l8 rAKT TlIREi:. I'OURTH f.ENER A'llON, 

Jerusha Adams, probably a descendant of John Adams, who 
came to Plymouth in the Fortune in 1621. lie died in Scituate, 
October 2, 1747. Children were born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

67 Deacon Joseph, born November I, 1704. (See page 324) 

68 Martha, born April i, 1707 ; married 

69 Ruth, born December 4, 1709 ; married Dea. Josiah Ed- 

son, Bridgewater, 1737. 

70 Benjamin, born February 29, 17 12. (See page 325.) 

71 Ebenezer, born July 20, 1714. (See page 325.) 

72 Seth, born September 17, 1717 ; married Rachel Cud- 
worth in 1744. Seth died in Scituate, July i, 1746. 
She afterwards married Joseph Briggs in 1750. 

73 Caleb, born April 13, 1720. (See page 326.) 

74 Adams, born November 24, 1722. (Sec page 326.) 

75 Jerusha, born l-'ebruary 10, 1725; died February 17, 

1725, aged 7 days. 

76 Joshua, born June 14, 1726; died September 9, 1726, 

aged 3 months. 

-28- 

(From page 315.) 

BENJAMIN BAILEY, son of John Bailey and Sarah 
(White) Bailey, was born in Scituate, Mass., in April, 1682, 
removed early to Marlboro, Mass., and married Deborah Ilowe, 
June 30, 1710. She was a daughter of Eleazer and Hannah Howe, 
born July 6, 1688, of the John Howe line of Marlboro. They had 
three children, born in Marlboro. His wife, Deborah, died 
March 17, 1718, and he married for his second wife, December, 
1718, Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel Howe, of the Abraham 
Howe line, and had four children. 

At the opening up of additional lands in Lancaster in 1713, 
we find Benjamin Bailey, under date of May 27 of that year, 
buying large tracts of pine lands in the interest of the pitch and 
turpentine business. Nourse's History of I>ancaster says : "The 
collection of tur[)entine and the manufacture of tar in the New 
England pine forests had become an important industry, and 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. FOURTH GENERATION. 319 

the products an article of export to Great Britian." In 1703 
legislation was demanded to prevent the destruction of the pine 
forests by those engaged in the collection of turpentine. As 
early as 1628 the Plymouth Colony sent to England for men to 
come over who were skilled in the art of making pitch. (See 
Colony Records.) In 1718 he bought of John Houghton (3) a 
farm of 120 acres, located in the southeast corner of Lancaster, 
lying upon or near a brook called the Great Brook, and he 
moved there with his family in 1722, and died there in 1726, 
aged 44 years. His widow married Robert Barnard of Marlboro 
in 1729. He was constable and tax collector in Lancaster in 

1723- 

CHILDREN. 

77 Benjamin, born February 23, 17 13. (See page 327.) 

78 Barnabas, born May i, 171 5. (See page 328.) 

79 Benoni, born December 15, 1717. He owned land in 
Bolton, north of his brother Barnabas' farm, and 
he also owned land in Stow. He was a soldier in 
the War of the Revolution, and the State records 
give his age at that time as between 50 and 60 
years. He was reported as belonging to the 
Alarm list of Capt. Benjamin Munroe's 6th Co., 
4th Regiment, dated December, 1776. 

80 Daniel, born (See page 329.) 

81 Elizabeth, born ; married Josiah Wheeler, 

and settled in Boylston. 

82 Silas, born 1723. (See page 330.) 

83 Timothy, born in Lancaster; probably never 

married. He was a soldier in the War of the Revo- 
lution, and had the title, lieutenant. He joined 
the Army in the year 1777 ^^ Newport, R. I., 
and died there the same year. A monument and 
statue representing "Hope" in the old cemetery 
in Bolton, erected to his memory by Artemas 
Barnes, Esq., of Berlin, Mass., in 1876, is a fitting 
memento of his patriotic service and sacrifice. 



320 PART THREE. FOURTH GENERATION. 

-29- 

(From page 315.) 

WILLIAM l^AILEY, son of John Bailey and Sarah (White) 
Bailey, was born in Scituatc, February, 1685 ; married Judith 
Booth, January, 1714. She was the youngest daughter of John 
Booth, who was in Scituate as early as 1656, and settled near 
the hill which now bears his name. William liailey died August 
"» '745- Judith, his wife, died August 19, 1736, aged 45 years. 
His children were born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

84 William, Jr., born (See page 331.) 
85 Job, born ; died young. 
86 Amasa, born . (See page 331.) 
Sj Job, born 17O6; died May 18, 1792. lie mar- 
ried Martha She was born in 1767, 
and died August 3, 1794. 

88 Judith, born ; married Issachar Vinal, 1750. 

89 Abigail, born ; married Caleb Pierce. 

90 Mary, born ; married Nathaniel Turner, 

I74«- 

91 Susanna, born ; married Thomas Curtis, 

1759- 

-31- 

(From page 315.) 

SAMUEL BAILKY, son of John Bailey and Sarah 
(White) Bailey, was born in Scituate, August, 1C90 lie mar- 
ried Lh^abcth Caswell, and moved to Manslielil, Mass. His 
children were born in Mansfield. 

CHILDREN. 

92 Samuel, born April 5, 1712. 

93 Thomas, born November 17, 1713. 

94 Prudence, born September 11, 171 5. 

95 Hannah, born November 17, 1717; married Andrew 

Grover, P^ebruary 16, 1740-1. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. FOURTH GENERATION. 321 

96 Bethiah, born November 25, 1720; died January 4, 
1722-3. 

97 Abijah, born ; married Sarah Grover^ 1765. 

(See page 332.) 

98 Benjamin, born ; married Tabitha Grover, 

1 76 1. (See page 332.) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. 

FIFTH GENKRATION. 

-57- 

(From page 317.) 

JOHN liAH.EY, born May 23, 1703 in Hanover, Mass., 
was a son of John liailey and Abigail (Clapp) liailey. He mar- 
ried l^lizabeth Covven, April II, 1723. He died September 28, 
1778. He was a man of a good deal of enterprise. 

CHILDREN. 

gHa Elizabeth, born August 15, 1727; married July 22, 
1748, Dr. Jeremiah Hall of Keene, N. H., later of 
Hanover, Mass., and finally of Pembroke, Mass., 
a distinguished physician and a member of the 
Provincial Congress, 1775. 
98^^ John, born October 30, 1730. (See page 333.) 
98^: Joan (or Jane), born January 20, 1732 ; married Thomas 
Hart (or Hubbard) of Abington, July 5, 1750. 
98^/ Scth, born July 5, 1739. (See page 335.) 

-58- 

(From page 317.) 

JACOl? BAILEY, son of John and Abigail (Clai)p) Bailey, 
was born in Scituate, December 13, 1706; married first, Ruth 
Palmer, June 10, 1728, and married second, Hatch. 

His children were by wife, Ruth, and were born in Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

99 Jacob, born January 29, 1729; moved to Maine ; mar- 
ried a Mr. Tinkham, and left children. 
100 Ruth, born January 10, 1731 ; marrieil (ieorge Sterling 
of I'jigland, May 13, 178S, who died December 24, 
1791, and she died June 12, 1804. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. 323 

101 Charles, born April 26, 1734. (See page 335.) 

102 Stephen, born February 27, 1737. (See page 336) 
103 Hannah, born June 29, 1739; married Samuel House 

of Pembroke. 
104 George, born August 2, 1741. (See page 337.) 

-59- 

(From page 317.) 

CAPT. ISRAEL BAILEY, son of John and Abigail 
(Clapp) Bailey, was born in Scituate, May 13, 1708 ; married 
Keziah Perry, November 12, 1730. He settled in East Ikidge- 
water, Mass., and died there. She afterwards married Joseph 
Keith in 1763, and died in 1796, aged 90 years. His children 
were born in Scituate. 





CHILDREN. 


105 


Rhoda, born 


173 1 ; died November 30, 


106 


Israel, born 


1732. (See page 337.) 


107 


Keziah, born 

Richards, 175 1 


1734 ; married John 


108 


Hannah, born 

Packard, 1760. 


1736 ; married Solomon 


109 


Abigail, born 


1738; married first, Capt. 




Jacob Allen ; 


married second, Isaac Lazell, Sr. 


no 


Rachel, born 

By ram, 1760. 


1740; married Benjamin 


in 


Ward, born 


1742. (See page 338.) 


1 12 


Sarah, born 


1744 ; died young. » 


113 


Elizabeth, born 


1746 ; died young. 




— 


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(From page 317.) 



TIMOTHY BAILEY, son of John and Abigail (Clapp) 
Biiley, was born in Scituate, March 20, 1709; married first, 
Sarah Buck of Scituate, May 27, 1731. She died October 9, 
1740. He married second, Hannah Curtis of Scituate, June 7, 
1742, and with his wife was recommended to the church in 



324 PART TIIRKE. FIFTH GENERATION. 

North Yarmouth, Mc, whither he moved. He had six ciiildren, 
three l)y each wife. 

CHILDREN. 

114 Olive, born May, 1735 ; died May 26, 1736. 

115 Timothy, born June, 1737; died young. 
iiC Sarah, born March 13, 1739. 

117 Delight, born June 12, 1745. 
ri8 Olive, baptized May 15, 1748. 

119 Timothy, baptized October 13, 175 1. 

-65- 

( From page 317.) 

RACHEL liAILEY, born in 1719, probably in Hanover, 
Mass., was a daughter of John Bailey and Abigail (Clapp) 
Bailey. She married James Rogers of Marshfield, May 7, 1741. 
She died October 23, 1744, a few hours after the birth of her 
son. 

CHILDREN. 

I iga liailey, born October 23, 1744 ; died December 22, 1744. 

-67- 

(From page 318.) 

DEA. JOSEPH JiAILEY, son of Joseph and Jerusha 
(Adams) liailey, was born in Scituate, November i, 1704 ; married 
Elizabeth, daughter of Timothy, Jr., and Rebecca (Simmons) 
White. She was born in Scituate in 1710, and was a great grand- 
daughter of Gowin and Elizabeth (Ward) White. At a town meet- 
ing held in Scituate, October 3, 1774, Deacon Joseph was chosen 
on a committee on inspection, to see that the Continental Asso- 
ciation be strictly adhered to, and was also chosen on the 
committee of correspondence. He died in Scituate, September 
14, 1783, and Elizabeth, his wife, died December 26, 1789, aged 
80. His children were born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

120 Elizabeth, born 1733 ; second wife of Eli 

Curtis, Sr., 1777. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. 325 

121 Joshua, born 1735. (See page 338.) 

122 Caleb, born 1738. 

123 Joseph, born '741 ; died July 2"], 1741 ; aged 

5 months, 3 days. 

124 Joseph, born 1743 ; graduated at Harvard 

College in 1765, and moved to Chesterfield. 

125 Rebecca, born 1746; married Constant Clap. 

126 Miranda, born I749; died June 20, 1750. 

127 Ebenezer, born 1752; died March 4, 1752, 

aged 20 days. 

-70- 

(From page 318.) 

BENJAMIN BAILEY, son of Joseph and Jerusha (Adams) 
Bailey, was born in Scituate, February 29, 1712; married Ruth 
Litchfield in 1735. She died in North Scituate, March 31, 
'755' i^iged 39 years, 10 months. 

CHILDREN. 

128 Jerusha, born 1736 ; married Capt. John 

Clapp, 1752. 

129 Martha, born 1738 ; died July 5, 1750. 

130 Benjamin, born 1740; died February 25, 1742. 

131 Nathaniel Tilden, born ; died aged 

I year, 11 months, 18 days. 

132 Mary, born ; married Rev. Paul Litchfield, 

1778. 

133 Roland, born ; went West. 

134 Ruth, born ; married Lemuel Dwelley of 

Hanover. 

-71- 

(From page 318.) 

EBENEZER BAILEY, son of Joseph Bailey and Jerusha 
(Adams) Bailey, was born in Scituate, July 20, 1714, on the old 
farm at North Scituate, which was owned and occupied by his 
father and previously by his grandfather ; married in 1736, Mary, 
daughter of Timothy White, Jr., and Rebecca (Simmons) White. 



326 PART TKKEE. FIFTH GENERATION. 

She was a sister of Elizabeth, wife of his brotlier, ))ca. Joscpli, 
and was horn in Scituate in 1714. She was also a grcal-graiid- 
child of Gowiii White and Elizabeth (Ward) White. I^benezer 
Ikiiley was a mariner, and followed the sea. lie died in Scitu- 
ate, January 12, 1772, and his wife, Mary, died in Scituate, Feb- 
ruary 10, 1786, aged 72 years. His children were born in 
Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

135 Ebenezcr, born 1740 ; died November 18, 

'745- 

136 I'aul, born 1743. (See page 338.) 

-73- 

(From page 318.) 

CALEJ} BAILEY, son of Joseph Ikiley and Jerusha 
(Adam.s) IViiley, was born in Scituate, August 13, 1720 ; married 
I'hilippa Teaks of Braintree, Mass., January 5,1760. She was 
pr(;bably a daughter of Israel Peaks of that town. March 17, 
^717 ^ Caleb Bailey was chosen by the town of Scituate on the 
Committee of Correspondence, Inspection and Safety. Philippa 
Bailey died m Scituate, January 16, 1777. His children were 
born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

137 Lydia, born 1762 ; married Amos Merritt. 

138 I'^benezer, born 1764. 

139 Martha, born 1766. 

140 Caleb, born 1768. (See page 339.) 

141 Joseph, born January 17, 1771. (Sec page 340.) 

142 Israel, born 1773- (See page 341.) 

-74- 

(From page 318.) 

ADAMS BAILEY, .son of Joseph Bailey and Jerusha 
(Adams) Bailey, was born in Scituate, November 24, 1722 ; mar- 
ried in 1746, Sarah Howard, daughter of Jonathan and Sarah 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. FIFTH GENERATION. 327 

(Field) Howard of West Bridgewater, Mass., and settled there. 
She was born in West Bridgewater in 1726. Her grandparents 
were Maj. Jonathan Howard and Sarah (Dean) Howard. Her 
great-grandfather, Howard (or Haward), came from England 
when quite young, and it is said lived in Capt. Miles Standish's 
family. He was a man of much influence, and one of the first 
military officers in Bridgewater. He married Martha Hayward. 
William Cullen Bryant is descended from John Howard through 
his daughter, Sarah Howard, who married Zaccheus Packard. 
The first three children were born in Scituate, the rest in 
Bridgewater. (See Biography of Seth Bailey.) 

CHILDREN. 

143 Seth, born i747- (See page 341.) 

144 Captain Adams, born 1748-9. (Seepage 342.) 

145 Joseph, born 1749-50. (See page 342.) 

146 Sarah, born 1752 ; married Isaac Lothrop 

in 1775, and settled in Easton, Mass. 

147 Charity, born 1754-5 '> died young. 

148 Jonathan, born 1756. (Seepage 343) 

149 Caleb, born I759; died young. 

150 Ebenezer, born 1760. (See page 343.) 

151 Charlotte, born 1762-3 ; never married. 

152 Daniel, born 1765. (See page 343.) 

153 Caleb, born 1768; married Anna James 

after 1790. (See page 344.) 
154 Paul, born 1770 ; married Betty Thayer, 

daughter of Jeremiah Thayer and Tabithy 
(Leavit) Thayer, in 1798. She was born in Bridge- 
water in 1779, and they removed to Sidney, 
Me., where they probably died. 

-77- 

(From page 319.) 

BENJAMIN BAILEY, Jr., son of Benjamin Bailey and 
Deborah (Howe) Bailey, was born in Marlboro in 1713 ; married 
Sibella, daughter of James Howe of Westboro, published April 
4, 1738. He, like his father before him, was a large landholder. 



328 TAur iiiKr.i:. fiith generation. 

He was also a soldier in the War of the Revolution. He died 
I'ebruary 14, 1790, and his widow died October 4, 1803. His 
children were born in Bolton. 

CHILDREN. 

155 Israel, born September 8, 1741 ; died Sei)tember 11, 

1741. 

156 Deborah, born August 5, 1743; died September 17. 

157 Joseph, born September 8, 1745; married September 

29. • 

158 Benjamin, born August 29, 1747. 

159 l">benezer, born July i, 1749. He probably never mar- 

ried. He owned a farm in Berlin called in his 
will, 1790, "The Sawyer place & buildings." He 
was a soldier in the War of the Revolution. 

160 Desire, born May 5, 175 1 ; married Jonathan Moore, 

Jr., 1768. 
161 Stephen, born September 29, 1753. (See page 345) 

162 Sibella, born January 19, 1756 , married Dr. Benjamin 

Nourse. She died in 1797. 

163 Catherine, born 1758 ; married Dr. Ben- 

jamin Nourse, 1799. 

-78- 

(From page 319.) 

l^RNAliAS 15AILEY, son of Benjamin Bailey and 
Deborah (Howe) liailey, was born in Marlboro in 1715; married 
I'Lli/.abeth, daughter oi Samuel Stephens of Marlboro, July 21, 
1748. He was a soldier in the War of the R^evolution. He 
died May 23, 1790, and his widow died April 25, 1813. His 
children were born in Bolton. 

CHILDREN. 

164 Elizabeth, born April 2, 1749; married Jacob Moore, 

son of Isaac Moore, Sr., and settled in Searsmont, 
New Hampshire. 



THOMAS OF WEVMOUTH BRANCH. FIFTH GENEKATION. 329 

165 Mary, born February 13, 1751 ; married 

Richardson. 

166 Phebe, born June 13, 1754; married Peter Richardson 

of Grafton. 

167 Asenath, born August 12, 1760; married Samuel 

Brigham. 

-80- 

(From page 319.) 

DANIEL BAILEY, probably a son of Benjamin Bailey 
and Elizabeth (Howe) Bailey, was born about 1720, and married 
Rebecca . We have not as yet been able to find 

the record of the marriage of Daniel and Rebecca, or her family 
name. In 1754 Daniel Bailey and wife, Rebecca, bought a farm 
of 60 acres in Natick, but did not move there at that time. He 
was probably living in Marlboro. He was a soldier in the 
Colonial Wars. As the History of Milford, Mass., says, Daniel 
B.iiley from Marlboro came to Milford and enlisted in a com- 
pany commanded by Lieut. Stephen Maynard, and was at 
the taking and surrender of P'ort William Henry (at Lake 
George) August 9, 1757. He removed from Needham to his 
farm in Natick, December 31, 1765, bringing with him several 
children. Family tradition says he had previously lived in 
Newton and also in Hopkinton, but we find no trace of him in 
either of these towns. One very strong point to prove this line 
is the naming of two of his daughters — Rebecca was probably 
named for her mother and Elizabeth for his (Daniel's) mother, 
P21izabeth Howe. His four sons were soldiers in the War of the 
Revolution. 

CHILDREN. 

168 Joseph, born ; married Mary Kendall of 

Framingham. (Sec page 346.) 

159 P^liphalet, born ; married first, Mirriam 

Newton, P'ebruary 28, 1782; married second, Abi- 
gail Choate, 1784. (See page 346.) 
170 Mehitable, born 

23 



330 pAKi riii<i;i.. km rii ciiNicKAXutx. 

1 71 I'iioehc, born 

172 Noah, born March 23, 17O1 ; soldier in Kcvolulion.iry 

War. 

173 Moses, born ; soldier in Revolutionary 

War. 

174 Rebecca, born 

175 ICli/.abeth, born m Natick, June 29, 1766; died in 

Natick, October 29, 1768, aged 2 years, 4 months. 
(Natick Town Records.) 

Nori:.— Tlie al)ove are perhaps not in their proper order. 

-82- 

(From page 319.) 

COI.. SI I. AS HAIM':Y, son of Benjamin liailey and 
l''.li/.,d)clh (I lowe) Hailey, was born in Lancaster, Mass, 1723; 
niairied Lucy, daughter of Jedediah lirigham of Marlboro. He 
was one of the selectmen of liolton, 1770, and he was also a 
sohher in tlie War of the Revolution. Mis children were all by 
his first wife, and were born in Bolton. His wife, Lucy, died 
May 14, 1778, aged $2 years, and he married second, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Kicc, widow of Capt. Paul lirigham of Marlboro ; wife 
l^lizabeth died, and he married third, Katherine, daughter (^f 
Lleazer Howe of Marlboro. He died October 30, 1793, aged 70 
years, nnd Katherine, his widow, died April 16, i8ii,ag"ed74 
years. 

CHILDREN. 

176 Timothy, born February 9, 1749; married Martha 

Rice of Berlin. 

177 Bertha, born October 4, 1752. 

178 Silas, born July 22, 1756. (See page 347.) 
179 Lucy, born January 6, 1759; married Jabe/ l-'airbanks 
of Berlin. 

1<S() Amherst, l)orn January 27. 1761 (See p.ige 348.) 
iNi (".ilvm, lioin [anuary 2, 1763. 



THOMAS OF WEVMOUTH UKANCII. IIFTII GENERATION. 33I 

-84- 

(From page 320.) 

WILLIAM BAILEY, Jn., son of William Hailcy and Jiulith 
(Booth) Bailey, was born in Scituatc, ; married in Iling- 

ham, October 17, 1738, Elizabeth Nichols, daughter of Nathaniel 
Nichols and Elizabeth (Lincoln) Nichols. She was born in 
Ilingham, second precinct, December 25, 1719 His children 
were bajjtized in Hingham. 

CHILDREN. 

182 Elizabeth, baptized 1742; married John McNeil 

of Boston, September 3, 1761. 

183 Mercy, baptized December 16, 1744 ; married Malachi 

Ewell of Scituate, Eebruary 9, 1769. 

184 Judith, baptized March, 1746-7 ; married Hayward 

Pierce, Esq. 

185 Rhoda, baptized 

186 William, baptized February 11, 1755 

-86- 

(From page 320.) 

A MAS A BAILEY, son of William Bailey and Judith 
(Booth) Bailey, was born in Scituate ; married Eliza- 

beth liourne in 1748, and (as widower, probably) married in 
Mingham, September 29, 1763, Jael, daughter of Samuel Gush- 
ing and Hannah (Tileston) Gushing. She was born in Ilingham, 
second precinct, August 27, 1726. 

CHILDREN. 

187 Amasa, born 

188 Abner, born 1752; married Sarah 

and had a son Abner, Jr., who removed to Maine. 
Roland Bailey (of Booth Hill) was a son of 
Abner, Jr. 

189 And probably others. 



332 PAKI IIIKIIK. FIFTH GF.NERATION. 

-97- 

(From page 321.) 

AHIjAII HAT Lie V, son of Samuel Bailey and Elizabeth 
(Caswell) Hailey, was born in Mansfield, Mass., ; 

married Sarah Grover, November 20, 1765. Me died in Mans- 
field, 17^5. 'i"<l she lived to l)e nearly loi years old. 
Hjs children were born in Mansfield. 

CHILDREN. 

190 Hannah, born 

191 I'oUy, born 
[92 Rachel, born 

193 Daniel, born ; died March 6. 1820, unmarried. 

194 Abner, born January 20, 1771. (See page 348.) 
195 .Sally, born ; married Lemuel Grover of 

Mansfield, September 17, 1794. 

-98- 

(From page 3-1) 

HI<:NJAMfM UAILKY, son <.f Samuel Bailey and Lliza- 
beth (Caswell) ikiiley, was born in Mansfield, Mass., ; mar- 

ried 'labitha Grover, March 5, 1761. 

CHII.DKKN. 

[96 Remember, born . ,, 

197 .Samuel, born Auj^ust 31, 1761 ; married Betsey Hunt, 

January 7, 1798. 
I9H B^'ttc, horn May 10, 1765. (See page 349.) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

-98^- 

(From page 322.) 

JOHN JiAILEY, son of John Bailey and Elizabeth 
(Cowen) Bailey, was born in Hanover, October 30, 1730; mar- 
ried Ruth Randall, October 18, 1750. She was born August 25, 
1730; died June 3, 1820. He died in Hanover, Mass., October 
27, 1810. He was selectman in Hanover from 1768 to 1771, 
and was lieutenant-colonel of the regiment of Col. John 
Thomas of Kingston, which marched to Roxbury in April, 

1775. When Colonel Thomas was commissioned a gen- 
eral officer in May, he had charge of the regiment and the 
next year was chief colonel of a regiment in the continental 
establishment and held that rank during the war, having the 
reputation of a "brave and attentive officer." Col. John Bailey 
was second in command at Dorchester Heights in 1775, after- 
wards in important positions round New York. In September, 

1776, his regiment and two others (Glover's Brigade) were 
thanked by Washington for their gallant conduct, and when 
Washington resolved to make a sudden dash upon the Hessians 
at Trenton, among the "trusted men" he picked was Bailey's 
regiment. The troops were in two divisions. Bailey's was in 
the first. They crossed the river in the storm amid the floating 
ice, won the fight and the next morning Washington "warmly 
thanked" his army for their brave and steady conduct. Lossing 
says: "At Saratoga, Gates felt confident of victory aided by 
such men as Poor, Learned, Stark, Bailey, etc., etc." The 
brigade Bailey was in occupied the centre at the first battle of 
Saratoga. At the second battle, Bailey was in the left wing 
which attacked the grenadiers and drove them from the field 
Colonel John did not serve through the war, as in April, 1780, 
he wrote to Washington, asking his discharge on account of ill 



334 PAKT lllKli:. SIXTH C.I'.NI'.KATION. 

hcaltli and domestic affairs. In October, 1780, an act of Con 
gress retired him on half pay for life, but it is tho\if;ht this must 
have been commuted, as he died a poor man His widow died 
June 3, 1820, at the age of 90 years, and it was said she was 
a very handsome woman and retained much of her beauty till 
death. One who assisted in laying her in her coffin said : "No 
one can say that age destroys beauty." 

CHILDREN. 

199 John, born May 6, 175 1. (See page 350.) 

200 Luther, born September 22, 1752. (See page 351.) 

201 Ruth, born November 8, 1754; died December 9, 

1839; married VVm. Stockbridge, October 9, 1774 

202 l.ucinda, born F'ebruary 22, 1757; died 1759. 
203 <^-alvin, born January 21, 1761 ; died August 11, 1835 

(See page 351.) 

204 I,ebbius. born May 12, 1763; died December 6, 1827. 

He moved to North Yarmouth, Me. ; married 
Myrick, and left children. Rev. Rufus W. 
Bailey of Virginia was one of his family. 

205 Sage, born January 3, 1759 ; died November 20, 1810 ; 

married Dr. Gad Hitchcock of Pembroke, Mass., 

July 9, 1778. 

206 J^etsey, (or Elizabeth) born August 29, 1767; died 

August 15, 1844. She married first. Rev. Eben- 
ezer Dawes, June 25, 1789, who graduated at 
Harvard College, 1785, was ordained at Scituate 
in 1787, and died September 29, 1791. She mar- 
ried for her second husband, John Lucus, Esq., 
of Brookline, Mass., and married third, the venera- 
ble Dr. Williams of Deerfield, where she died 
August 15, 1844. 

207 Lucinda, born August 17, 1765 ; died August 15, 1844; 

probably married James Lincoln of Taunton. , , 

208 Drusilla, born October 16, 1773. 

209 I'llathea, born October 16, 1773; died 1773- 



THOMAS OF WEVMOUTH DKANCH. SIXTH GKNI.KATKJN 335 

(From page 322.) 

SETH BAILEY, son of John liailey and Elizabeth (Cowen) 
Hailcy, was born in Hanover, Mass., July 5, 1739; married 
Lydia Barstovv of Hanover, February 11, 1762. She was a 
daughter of Dea. Samuel Barstovv and Margaret (Stockbridge) 
Barstow. She was born in Hanover, March 14, 1736, and died 
September 17, 1767. He married second, Alice Neal, July 28, 
1768. He died October 12, 1796 His widow was recommended 
to the church in Freeport, Me., in 1800, and moved there with 
her family. He was selectman in Hanover, 1781-2. His chil- 
dren were born in Hanover and three first were by first wife 

CHILDREN. 

210 Seth, baptized December 12, 1762, died Deceml)cr 14, 

1762. 

211 Margaret, baptized April 8, 1764. 

212 Seth, baptized December 8, 1765. 

213 Alice, baptized May 27, 1770; died same year 

214 Alice, baptized November 18, 1770; died Maich i, 

1796. 

215 Lydia, baptized 1772 ; died January 13, 

1794, aged 22. 

216 Joseph, baptized October 2, 1774. 

217 Rebecca, baptized March 10, 1776; died July 15, 1778. 

218 Abigail, baptized June i, 1776; died July 11, 1778. 

219 James, baptized October 24, 1790. 

220 Israel, baptized October 24, 1790; was living in Han- 

over, in 1853. 

221 Rebecca, baptized October 24, 1790. 

222 Abigail, baptized October 24, 1790. 

223 Lucy, baptized October 24, 1790; was living in Han- 

over, in 1853. 

-101- 

(From page 323.) 

CHARLES BAILEY, son of Jacob Bailey and Ruth 



336 PAKT THKKK. SIXTH GRNEKATION. 

(Palmer) liailoy, was born in Hanover, Mass., April 26, 1734; 
married l?elsey Palmer about 1768 His children were born in 
Hanover, Mass. He died in Huston, October 27, 18 10, being 
killed by the fall of a chimney as he was passing through the 
street. 

CHILDREN. 

224 Charles, born 1769. (See page 352.) 

225 ICzekiel, born ; married Hannah, daughter 

of Stephen Pailey, and widow of ICzekiel T. 
Hatch, and moved to the West, leaving a daugh. 
ter, Sarah, iti Hanover, who married Capt. Thomas 
JV Donnell, January 13, 1850. 

226 Rebecca, born ; married Isa Wing, July 4, 

1S02, and moved to Ohio. 

227 Sally, born ; married Kliphalct .Smart ot 

Maine, September 20, 1795. 

228 Ik'tsey, born ; married Gilbert 

of Maine. 

229 I 'oily, born ; married Whiting 

of Maine. 

230 Martha, born ; married Samuel Gilbert of 

Main'e. 

-102- 

(From page 323.) 

STI:PH]<:N imn.EY, son of Jacob Bailey and Ruth 
(Palmer) Bailey, was born m Hanover, February 27, 1737 ; mar- 
ried Abigail Turner, daughter of Ezckiel Turner and Ruth 
(Randall) Turner Slie was born in Hanover Apiil 9, 1744. 
He was selectman in Hanover from 1790 .to 1793, and died 
August 10, 1S06 His children were h^rn in Hanover. 

CHII.DKKN. 

231 Abigad, born ; married Reuben Curtis, 

November 23, 1 801. 

232 Hannah, born ; married first, ICzekiel T. 

1 latch. May 8, 1788, and married second, I^zekiel 
Bailey, March 28, 1802, and died in the West. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BKANCH. SIXTH C.ENKKATION. 337 

233 Ruth, born ; died December 3, 1795. 

aged 20 years. 

234 Deborah, l)orn ; married Robert Barl<er, 

February 4, 1798. 

235 Stephen, born 1780. (See page 353.) 

-104- 

(From page 323.) 

GEORGE BAILEY, son of Jacob Bailey and Ruth 
(Palmer) Bailey, was born in Hanover, August 2, 1741 ; married 
Rebecca Ellis, daughter of Mordecai Ellis and Sarah (Otis) 
Ellis. She was born in Hanover, May 21, 1741. She died in 
H.inover, May 30, 1820, and he died November 12, 1831. He 
was selectman in 1787-8. His children were born in Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

236 George W., born November 22, 1777. (See page 353 ) 

237 Dr. David, born November, 1779. (See page 354.) 
238 Lucy, born 1781 ; married Robert .Sylvester, 

November 8, 1796. 

239 ^^'-^y bo""" J"'y 29. 1784- (i^ee page 355.) 

-106- 

(From page 323.) 

ISRAEL BAILEY, son of Capt. Israel Bailey and 
Keziah (Perry) Bailey, was born in Scituate in 1732; married 
in 1760, Martha, widow of Isaac Alden, ]v , and daughter 
of Solomon Packard and Susanna (Kingman) Packard of Bridge- 
water. She wis born in Bridgewater, Mass., in 1727. His chil- 
dren were born in Bridgewater. 

CHILDREN. 

240 Eliphalet, born 1760. (See page 355.) 

241 Israel, born 1764. (See page 356) 

242 Jolin* born 1766. (See page 356) 

243 Timothy, born 1768; married Anna Wash- 

burn Whitman, 1796, and moved to Maine. 



i^ii I'AKT Tm<i:ii;. sixiii (.knkkation. 

-Ill- 

(From paj^e ^z^.) 

WARD liAILEY, son of Capt. Israel Ibiley and Keziali 
(l*erry) Hailey, was born \n Bri(i<^cwatcr, Mass, in 1742; manicd 
in 1765, Polly, (laughter of Rev. Christopher Sergeant of 
Methuen, Mass. After the birth of two children he removed to 
V'ermont. 

CIIILDKICN. 

244 Christopher Sergeant, born i?^}?- 

245 Susanna, born 1768. 

-121- 

(From paj^e 325.) 

JOSHUA HAII.KY, son of IX-a. Joseph l^ailey and l-Jiza- 

beth (White) l)ailey, was born in Scituate in 1735 ; married 

Abigail Clap in 1756. She was probably a descendant ol 

Thomas Clap, who was in Scituate in 1640. His children were 

horn in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

246 Ebenczer, born . He was town clerk in 

Scituate for many years. 

NoTK. — Ills son, Kbenezer, was town clerk in Scituate in 1S31. We 
liave no record of their families. There was an Fl)enezer liailey died in 
.Scituate, January 30, 1865, aged 73 years, 6 months; also Lydia, liis wife 
died June 14, 1S6S, aged 81 years. (See Scituate Cemetery Record.) 

-136- 

(From page 326.) - - 

TAUL HAM J':Y, .son of I<:bene/.er Hailey and Mary (White) 
Jiiiley, WAH born in Scituate in 1743; married Anna Holmes of 
Kingston, Mass , March 8, 1769. She was born in Kingston, 
July 16, 1748 Paul Hailey took an active part during the Revo- 
lutionary War, being attached to Capt. Hay ward Pierce's Com- 
pany, Col. John Cushing's Regiment. He also had charge with 
lltirnabas Little of the Watchbox, established in 1775, at the 
Glades. He was a member of the committee of inspection 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SIXTH GKNEKATION. 339 

chosen by the town of Scituate in 1774 to see that the Conti- 
nental Association was strictly adhered to. His children were 
b )rn in Scituate. Anna Holmes B\iley survived her husband, 
and in her will, dated February 4, 1837, she left the farm to 
her son Paul, and thus the paternal estate -at Farm Neck has 
comedown through Joseph, Ebenezer, Paul ist, Paul 2d, and 
Paul 3d. For the division of the estate in 1749, between 
EbMiezerand his brother Adams, see indenture dated April 
26. 1749, recorded with Plymouth Deeds, Book 40, pages 33, 34. 

CHILDREN. 

247 Ebenezer, born ; died in infancy. 

248 F:benezer, born ; died in infancy. 

249 Nancy, born ; never married. 

250 Mary, born March 16, 1777 ; married Heman Holmes 

of Plymouth, December 25, 1799. 

251 Paul, born May 2, 1782. (See page 357 ) 

-140- 

(From page 326.) 

CALEB BAILEY, son of Caleb Bailey and Philippa 
(Peaks) liailey, was born in Scituate in 1768; married Deborah 
Vinal. She was born in Scituate, and was probably a descendant 
of Widow Anna Vinal, who was in Scituate as early as 1636. He 
died in Scituate, June 18, 1852, aged 83 years, 6 months. She 
died in Scituate, January 30, 1855, aged 81 years, 6 months. 
His children were born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

252 Cushing, born May 24, 1793. (See page 357 ) 

253 Caleb, born November 11, 1794. (Sec page 358.) 

254 Deborah, born December 15, 1796; married Martin 

Merritt. She had five children, Kilbourn, John, 
Adams, liillings and one daughter. 

255 J-^liza, born December i, 1798; died November 15 

1800. 

256 Mercy Vinal, born June 28, 1803; died November 6. 

1832. 



340 PART THREK. SIXTH CENERATION. 

257 Hay ward, born June 23, 1805. (See pa<;e 359.) 

258 Kil bourn, born July 15, 1807 ; died November i, 1823. 

259 Lydia, born October 11, 1809; died July 16, 1834. 

260 Elvira, born November 12,1811; married Freeman 

Gannett. She had two children, I'>eeman How- 
ard and Ellen S. W. 

261 Lemuel Stetson, born May 3, 1814. (See page 359.) 
262 Sophia Whitney, born January 27, 1816 ; died January 
9, 1834. 

263 Israel Vinal, born September 10, 1819 (See page 360.) 

-141- 

(From page 326.) 

JOSiaMl HAU.EY, son of Caleb l^ailey and J'hilippa 
(Peaks) Hailey, was born in Scituatc, January 17, 1771 ; married 
first, Deborah Tilden, daughter of Thomas Tildon and Abigail 
(llatch) Tilden, in 1790. She was born in Scituate, February 
22, 1770, and died March 29, 1796. He married for his second 
wife. Lydia Tilden, in 1797, sister of his fir* wife. She was 
born in Scituate, June 22, 1779, and died in Scituate, Novem- 
ber 24, 1821. He died in Scituate, (October 23, 1809. His 
widow afterwards married John Otis of Scituate, September 30, 
1819. His children were born in Scituate. The first four were 
by his first wife. 

CHILDREN. 

264 Roxanna, born 1791 ; died June 14, 1853. 

265 Marcia, born 1792. 

266 Job, born 1794. (See page 360.) 

267 Joseph, born 1796. (See page 361.) 

268 Thomas Tilden, l)orn 1798. (See page 361.) 

269 Waterman, l)orn 1800. (See page 362.) 
270 Lydia, born 1803. 

271 Leonard Prince, born 1805. (See page 3C)2) 

272 Katherine, born 1807 ; married (ieorge 

Tilden. 

273 Philippa, born 1809; married Christopher 

Tilden, as his second wife. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH HKANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 34I 

-142- 

(From page 326.) 

ISRAEL BAILEY, son of Caleb Bailey and Philippa 
(Peaks) Bailey, was born in Scituate in 1773 ; married Abigail 
Tilden, daughter of Thomas Tilden and Abigail (Hatch) Tilden. 
She was born in Scituate in 1767, and died in Scituate, Decem- 
ber 23, 1853, aged 86 years. He died in Scituate, October 19, 
1813, aged 40 years. His children were born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

274 Anson, born 

275 Jarvis, born 

276 Deborah, born ; married Thomas Gannett 

277 Almira, born ; married 

Shepard. 

278 Marcia, born 

279 Martha, born ; married Lathrop- 
280 Sewell, born . (See page 362.) 

281 Asenath, born ; married Christopher 

Tilden. Children of Asenath liailey and Chiis- 
tojiher Tilden were Abigail, Thomas, and J;ine 
Lincoln. 

-143- 

(From page 327.) 

SETH BAILEY, son of Adams Bailey and Sarah (How- 
ard) Bailey, was born in Scituate in 1747; married in 1770, 
Deborah Packard, daughter of Capt. Jacob Packard and Debo- 
rah Packard of Bridgewater. She was born in Bridgewater in 
1750. They removed West and settled near Marietta, Ohio, in 
1804. He was a soldier in the War of the Revolution, serving 
with the Massachusetts troops, as his biography will show. He 
died near Marietta, Ohio, about 1810. and his wife died about 
1807. His first three children were born in Bridgewater and the 
rest in Easton, Mass. P'or fuller account of Seth Bailey see 
Report of P'ifth Annual Gathering of lUiley-Bayley Family 
Association at Scituate, page 11, address of Lucy D. Bailey. 



342 PAKT IKKKK. SIXllI GENKKA i ION 

CHILDRKN. 

282 Surah, bom December 16, 1770; died April 20, 1776. 

283 Deborah, born December i, 1772; married 

Butler, after 1804. 

284 Jacob, born '775; married, and moved to 

Vermont. 

285 Seth, Jr., born 1778. (See page 363.) 

286 Martin, born 178-. (See page 364.) 

287 Gooding, born 178-; his betrothed dieil, anil 

he became insane and died near Marietta, Ohio. 

288 Mary, born 178- ; died just before marriage, 

near Marietta, (3hio. 
289 Sarah Howard, born March 9, 1790. (Sec page 365.) 

290 Caleb, born i?— I died young at St. Louis, 

Missouri. 

-144- 

(From page 327.) 

CAPT. ADAMS BAILEY, son of Adams I'laiiey and 
Sarah (Howard) Bailey, was born in Scituate, Mas.s., in 17489; 
married November 2, 1775, Mrs. Catherine (Cashing) Nichols, 
widow of Nathaniel Nichols and daughter of Stephen Cushing 
and Katreen (Kilby) Cushing. She was born in liingham, May 
5, 1728. lie married for his second wife, Ruth Reed of Abing- 
lon, Mass., October 20, 1784. He was an officer during the 
Revolutionary War, and he lived and died at Charleslown, 
Mass., where he was superintendent of U. S. Marine Hospital. 
He died m Charlestown in 1824. 

ClllI.DKKN. 

291 Adams, born 1780. He was living in Boston 

in 1840. 

-145- 

(F"rom pai^e 327.) 

JOSEPH BAIL1-:Y, .son of Adams Bailey and .Sarah (How- 
ard) Bailey, was born in Scituate, in 1749-50; married in 1771, 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BKANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 343 

Abigail, daughter of Capt. Jacob Packard of Rridgewater. She 
was born in Bridgewater in 1754 He probably died in early 
manhood. 

CHII.DKEN. 

292 Charlotte, born I772- 

-148- 

( From page 327.) 

JONATHAN BAILEY, son of Adams Bailey and Sarah 
(Howard) Bailey, was born in Bridgewater, in 1756; marricil 
in 1778, Catherine Nichols. 

CHILDREN. 

293 Mepbibosheth, born 1778. 

294 Sarah, born 1780 ; married Caleb 

Snell, 1799. 

295 Catherine, born 1782. 

-150- 

(From page 327.) 

EBKNEZER BAILEY, son of Adams Bailey ami Sarnh 
(Howard) Bailey, was born at liridgewater in 1760; married m 
1782, Silvia, daughter of Capt. Eliakim Howard and Mary 
(Howard) Howard She was born in Bridgewater in 1761. He 
removed to the West. He had two children, born in I^ridt'c 
water. 

CHILDREN. 

296 Mehitable, born 1782. 

297 Adams, born 1784. 

-152- 

(From page 327.) 

DANIEL BAILEY, son of Adams Bailey and Sarah (How- 
ard) Bailey, was born in Bridgewater in 1765; married about 
1790, Lucinda Perry, daughter of Capt. James Perry of Easton, 
Mass. She was born in 1774, and died at Bud's Ferry, Penn., 



344 I'AKT THKEK. SIXJ H (iliNER AlION. 

July 15, 181 1, lie died near Pittsburj^, Penn., itj 1850 lie 
had three children, born in Easton, Mass., and five born at 
Kostraw Township, Westmoreland County, Penn. P'or fuller 
account ot Daniel Bailey and his family, see Report of P'iftli 
Annual Gatherinj^ of liiiley-Bayley Family Association, page 11, 
adtlress of I.ucy D. Hailey. 

CHrLDREN. 

298 Achsah, born November, 1789; married Thomas Rob 
inson. She died in Westmoreland County, Penn., 
March 24, 1864. (See page 366.) 
299 Harriet, born July i, 1791 ; married Wm. Cunninghau) 
and died in Wayne County, Ohio, June 26, 1831. 

300 Alfreda H., born March 28, 1793. (See page 367 ) 

301 George Bartlett, born September 20, 1796. (See 

page 368.) 

302 I^c'onard P., born July 3, 1798. (See page 368.) 

303 Lucinda P., born December 23, 1800; not married; 

died in Zanesville, Ohio. 

304 Charlotte Adams, born March 12, i8c2 ; married 

Adam Peters, October 16, 1834. She died in 
Zanesville, Ohio. 

305 James P., born September 20, 1808 ; married ; had 

children, and died soon after the war in Zanes- 
ville, Ohio. 

-153- 

(From page 327.) 

CAL1<:H l^AILHY. son of Adams Bailey and .Sarah (How- 
ard) liailey, was born in Biidgewater, Mass., in 1768; removed 
West in 1790 to what is now called Parkersburg, West Va., and 
married Anna James, daughter of Capt. William James. His 
descendants live along the Kanawha River. He died in Wood 
County, West Va. 

CHILDREN. 

■ 1 

(Record not received.) , 



THOMAS ()1<- WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 345 

-161- 

(From page 328.) 

DEA. STEPHEN BAILEY, son of Benjamin Bailey and 
Sibella (Howe) Bailey, was born in Bolton, Mass., September 29, 
1753 ; married Sally, daughter of Dr. Samuel Crosby of Shrews- 
bury, Mass. Dr. Crosby was a surgeon in the war of the Rev- 
olution. Deacon Stephen, like his ancestors, had a large farm. 
He was a useful man in the town of Berlin, holding many 
important positions. He was moderator in 1797, 1800, 1803^ 
181 1 and 181 3 ; assessor in 1795, 1802 and 1804; town clerk 
from 1805 to 1807 ; selectman in 1795, 1798, 1812 and 1814; 
town treasurer and collector in 1789, 1792 and 1795. He was 
chosen deacon in 1807. His children were born in Berlin, 
Mass. Deacon Stephen's wife, Sally, died October 13, 1812, 
and he married second, a cousin of his first wife, widow of Rev. 
Mr. Dudley. He died February 12, 1815. 

CHILDREN. 

306 Clarrissa, born March 10, 1779; married Jedediah 
Bailey. She died in Pelham, April 24, 1838, a-nd 
was buried in Ware. (Sec page 369.) 

307 Infant son, died March 13, 1781. 

308 Algernon Sidney, born May 11, 1782; died while 

preparing for the ministry, 1808. 
309 Rev. Winthrop, born May 7, 1784. (See page 370.) 

310 Eusebia, born June 11, 1787; married Jonas Sawyer, 

and died at rdbam, February ij, 1821. 

311 Sally, born February 9, 1789; died September 22, 1789. 

312 Emma, born October 27, 1790; married Asa Sawyer, 

Esquire. 
313 Horace, born April 23, 1793. (See page 371.) 
314 Myra, born November 15, 1795 ; married John Tyler 

of North Brookfield in 1821. She died November 

21, 1868 
315 Stephen, born April 19, 1798. (See page 371.) 

24 



346 lAKT THREE. SIXTH GENERATION. 

-168- 

(From page 329.) 

JOSEPH BAILEY, son of Daniel Bailey and Rebecca 
( ) Bailey, was born ; married July 20, 

1787, Mary, daughter, of Elisha Kendall and Ruth (Payson) 
Kendall of Framingham. She may have been born in Sher- 
born. He was a soldier in the War of the Revolution. 

CHILDREN. 

316 Luther, born November 14, 1788; died at Natick, 

November 8, 1842. 

317 Aaron, born November 10, 1791 ; died at Saxonville, 

Massachusetts. 

318 p:iisha, born October 10, 1793. 

319 Joseph, born September 18, I795- 

-169- 

(From page 329.) 

ELIPHALET BAILEY, son of Daniel Bailey and 
Rebecca ( ) Bailey, was born in Hopkinton, Mass., 

; married first, Mirriam Newton, February 28, 
1782, who went into the Revolutionary War with her husband, 
as nurse, and died in camp with the smallpox. After the deatli 
of his wife, the father took their babe in his arms and walked 
from some point on the Canadian border to Natick, and left the 
child with friends and returned to his regiment. He married 
second, in 1784, Abigail Choate. He gave his age at dale of 
enlistment in Revolutionary War as 25 years ; stature, 5 feel 6 
inches ; eyes, blue ; occupation, farming ; residence, Natick ; dis- 
charged, 1782. He had one child by first wife and nine by 
second wife. The latter were born in Natick. 

CHILDREN, 

320 Sally, born January 6, 1783. 

321 Henry, born May 29, 1785. 

322 Seth, born May 8, 1787. 

323 Betsey, born January 22, 1790; died June 3, 1806. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 347 

324 William, born August 12, 1792. (See page 372.) 

325 Daniel, born 

326 Lovisa, born April 27, 1797. 

327 Abel, born May 19, 1799. 

328 Eliphalet, born September 16, 1801. (See page 372.) 
329 Mirriam, born January 7, 1804. 

-178- 

(From page 330.) 

MAJ. SILAS BAILEY, son of Col. Silas Bailey and Lucy 
(Brigham) Bailey, was born in Bolton, Mass., July 22, 1756 ; mar- 
ried Lavinia, daughter of Jonathan Bartlett and Mary (Holoway) 
Bartlett, She was born in Northboro, Mass., December 18, 
1757, and died in Northboro, October 12, 1840. He moved from 
Berlin to Northboro between 1790 and 1795, and died there Octo- 
ber 3, 1840. He was constable in Berlin in 1792, and was also a 
soldier in the War of the Revolution. His children were born 
in Berlin, and all of the first seven children except Timothy 
were baptized in Berlin, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

330 Timothy, born August 2, 1780. (See page 373.) 

331 Silas, born June 8, 1782. 

332 Holloway, born May 13, 1784. (See page 374.) 

333 Calvin, born February 8, 1786. (See page 374.) 

334 Betsey, born 1789 ; died same year. 

335 Levina, born July 18, 1790 ; married Martin Houghton 

of Bolton. 

336 Lewis, born January 4, 1792; married Mary Hall of 

Boston, daughter of Joshua Hall and Elizabeth 
(Second) Hall. She was born September 18, 1798, 
and died January 5, 1824. 

337 Lucy, born in Northboro, May 22, 1795 ; married 

William Slocumb, and died November 19, 1826. 

338 Jonathan, born in Northboro, April i, 1797 ; died 

September 19, 1803. 



348 PART THREE. SIXTH (.EN ERATION 

339 Benjamin Franklin, born October 3, 1801 ; died Sep- 
tember 20, 1803. 

-180- 

(From page 330.) 

AMHERST BAILEY, son of Col. Silas Bailey and Lucy 
(Brij^hani) Bailey, was born in Bolton, January 27, 1761 ; man it d 
Lydia, ddughter of Fortunatus and Persis (llosmcr) Barnes, 
March 25, 1785. She was born in Bolton, July 10, 1767. lie 
died in Berlin, November 9, 1830. Wid(.)w Lydia died December 
14, 1844. His children were born in lierlin. 

CHILDREN. 

400 Lucy, born February 18, 1787; married I'eter Larkin, 

second, and she died in Holliston. 

401 William, born August 15, 1789; died unmarried in 

1834. 

402 Silas, born February 28, 1796 ; died 1797. 

403 Persis, born ^793 I married Leonard Carter 

of Boylston, March 9, 1817. 

404 Sarah, born December 23, 1799; married Benjamin 

Gould of Boston. She died in Lancaster. 

405 Calvin, born January 10, 1801 ; died 1833 ; unmarried. 

406 Hannah, born January 7, 1804 ; married Simeon 

Bowman of Lancaster and Clinton. 

407 Zilpah, born November 6, 1806; married Arad 

Newton of Philadelphia. 

408 Lucinda, born August 25, 1810 ; marrietl (jcorge 

Stratton of Lancaster. 

-194- 

(From page :ii2.) 

7\1WF:R bailey, bom January 20, 1771, in Mans- 
field, Mass.. was a son of Abijah l^ailcy and l^^iizabeth (Caswell) 
liailey. He was a farmer, and also a basket maker, and in •• 
\-ented the first machine for making baskets. He married 
first, Deborah Lovell, November 30, 1797. He married second. 
Sarih IV i'ltiKill, June 6, 1819 Slic wa^ Iforn June 6, 1783. and 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SIXTH GENERATION. 349 

died October i6, 1825. He married third, Jemima Skinner, 
June 19, 1828. She died October 22, 1862. He died March 13, 
1837 in Mansfield, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

409 Caroline, born October 8, 1798. (See page 375.) 

410 Dea. Jacob, born April 5, 1801. (See page 375.) 

-198- 

(From page 332.) 

KETTE BAILEY, born May 10, 1765, wa.<^ a daughter of 
Benjamin Bailey and Tabitha (Grover) Bailey. She married 
Thomas Hitchcock, March 25, 1799. 

CHILDREN. 

411 Margaret, born February 18, 1800; married a Mr. 

Burnham. 

412 Nancy, born June 7, 1801. 

413 Fanny, born July 13, 1803 ; married James Gilmore. 

414 Orry, born 

415 Louis Bailey, born September 15, 1810. 



rn 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. 

S1-:VKNTH GENERATION. 

-199- 

(From page 334.) 

JOHN BAILEY, son of John Bailey and Ruth (Randall; 
Bailey, was born May 6, 175 1 ; married first, Ruth Ellis of Han- 
over, Mass.; no children ; married second, Mary Hill of Lynn, 
Mass.; married third, Tabitha Olney of Rhode Island. He died 
at Hanover, January 23, 1823, and his widow died December 30, 
1827, aged TJ years. He was a Quaker preacher, and one of his 
contemporaries said of him, " Eriend liailey would spiritualize a 
broomstick." 

When he was about 12 years old he brought from the garret 
where he had been working in secret for some time a wooden 
clock of his own make. It was an excellent timekeeper, and 
lasted for years. He was a natural mechanic, and very in- 
genious. He made and repaired guns, muskets, clocks and 
compasses. He was a man of great simplicity of character, emi- 
nently a peacemakei , and strictly conscientious. 

Among his inventions was a steam kettle for roasting meats 
and poultry. One of the "Jacks" was in existence in 1895, and 
the patent, written on parchment, was signed in I'hiladelphia, 
Eebruary 23, 1792 by George Washington, president, Thomas 
Jefferson, and Edmund Randolph, attorney-general. 

He also made the pattern of the first iron sink, and in 1870 
that sink was in use at his old home in Hanover, Mass. He 
also made the pattern of the first crooked nose tea kettle. The 
sink and tea kettle were cast at the Middleboro, Mass., foundry. 
At the time he made the steam "Jack" he said that in 50 years 
the common mode of travel would be by steam, but a different 
kind of road would be needed. People called him "steam mad." 
See printed pamphlet published in 1891 by Anna M. Bailey of 
Lynn, Mass , for a fuller account of John Bailey. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 35 I 

CHILDREN, 

416 Joseph, born ; died unmarried. 

417 Mary, born in Hanover, 1785. (See page 376.) 

418 John, born August 13, 1787. (See page 377.) 

419 Ruth, born ; married Horatio Gushing, 

Esq., May 10, 1811. He died, and she moved 
with her children to Hartford, Conn. 

420 Amy, born ; married first, Edward Bar- 

stow, son of Col. J. B. Barstow of Hanover, Sep- 
tember 2, 1821 ; married second, William Dawes, 
and lived in Hanover; perhaps Amy was a child 
by third wife. 

-200- 

(From page 334.) 

LUTHER BAILEY, son of John Bailey and Ruth (Ran- 
dall) Bailey, was born in Hanover, Mass., September 22, 1752 ; 
married October 21, 1784, Sylvester Little. She died June 27, 
1788, aged 35 years. He died in Hanover, May 12, 1820, aged 68 
years. He served with his father in the War of the Revolution, 
first as adjutant, and was afterwards made captain, and finally 
major. He was a man of good education, stood high as an 
oflficer and was esteemed as a citizen. 

CHILDREN, 

421 Sylvia, born ; died May 17, 1792, aged 6 

years. 

422 Infant daughter, born ; died August 15, 

1788, aged 7 weeks. 

-203- 

(From page 334.) 

CALVIN BAILEY, son of John Bailey and Ruth (Ran- 
dall) Bailey, was born in Hanover, Mass., January 21, 1761 ; 
married Sarah Jacobs, daughter of Col. John Jacobs of Scituate, 
Mass. She was born in Scituate, December 15, 1764. Colonel 
Jacobs was an officer in the War of the Revolution. Mr. Bailey 
was a clockmaker by trade, and a very ingenious workman, like 



3$2 PART rilRF.E. SEVENTH GENEKATION. 

his brother John. You often see his tall hall clocks standing in 
the old colonial houses of Plymouth County and vicinity, lie 
died in Bath, Me., in 1835, and his widow died in Hanover. 
November 24, 1846, aged 82 years, lie was a just and upri<^ht 
man, and beloved by all who knew him. His children were 
bom in Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

422a Lucinda, born July 11, 1794; married Stephen Curtis 

of Scituate, June 16, 1816, and died in 1818. 
423 Calvin B., born May 17, 1796. (See page 379.) 

424 Capt. Edwin, born May 7, 1798 ; married Ann 1". 

Ingraham of Portland, Me., in May, 1825 ; had 
one child, who died in 1828; he died in August, 
1828. 

425 Luther, born ; died September, 1798. 

426 Martin, born August 29, 1798; died November, 1798. 

427 Capt. Henry, born August 2, 1801 ; married Sarah 

Gardner of Hingham, January 16, 1832, and lived 
in Quincy, Mass. 

428 Eliza, born July 5, 1803. 

429 Sarah J., born August 20, 1805 ; married Lemuel 

Dwelley, Jr., of Hanover, in April, 1827. Lemuel 
Dwelley was father of the Hon. Jedediah Dwelley, 
who is living in Hanover at the pres«nt time. 

-224- 

(From page 336.) 

CHARLES BAILEY, son of Charles Bailey and lietsey 
(Palmer) Bailey, was born in Hanover in 1769; married October 
28, 1792, Chloe Mann. He lived in Hanover, and died there 
June II, 1820, and his widow died February 2, 1844. aged 73 
years. He and his brother Ezekiel were owners of the fulling, 
saw and grist mills on King street in Hanover. His children 
wttre born in Hanover. 

CHILORKN. 

430 Charles, born May 25, 1793 ; moved to Indiana and 

married there. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 353 

431 Chloe, born February 23, 1795 ; married Paul Perry, 

September 23, 1813. 
432 Benjamin, born February 24, 1797. (See page 379.) 
433 Betsey, born February 6, 1799 ; married Joshua 
Dvvelley, November 30, 1823. 
434 Barker, born January 22, 1801. (See page 380.) 

435 Luther, born December 23, 1803 ; died August 27, 

1804. 

436 Martin, born May 4, 1807 ; died March 20, 1844. 

437 Mary, born May 24, 1809; married Ensign Croci^er, 

December 24, 1828. 

438 Marcia, born ; married Albert Holbrook, 

November 3, 1830. 

-235- 

(From page 337.) 

STEPHEN BAILEY, son of Stephen Bailey and Abigail 
(Turner) liailey, was born in Hanover in 1780 ; married June 9, 
1803, Ruth Hatch. He lived on King street in Hanover, and 
was a farmer. His children were born in Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

439 Ruth, born January 8, 1804; married Julius House, 

January 13, 1825. 

440 Lucy, born December 17, 1805. 

441 Stephen, born March 8, 1810. (See page 380.) 
442 Amos H., born March 6, 181 5. 

-236- 

(From page 337.) 

GEORGE W. BAILEY, son of George Bailey and 
Rebecca (Ellis) Bailey, was born in Hanover, Mass., November 
22, 1777; married Asenath Curtis, January i, 1801. She was a 
daughter of Melzar Curtis and Keziah (Hall) Curtis, and was 
born in Hanover, May 8, 1781. He lived on King street in 
Hanover, and was a farmer. His children were born in 
Hanover. 



354 PART THREE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

443 George, born September 13, 1802. (See page 380.) 

444 Asenath, born December 2, 1804 ; married Thomas 

Stetson of Hanson, December 10, 1827, and died 
July 21, 1849. 

445 Keziah, born January 15, 1807; married Joshua 

Dwelley, January 16, 1827, 

446 Melzar C, born ; married Charlotte C. 

Waterman, August i, 1833, and died September 
29, 1843, having had Melzar C. Jr., born August 
I7» 1839, and Samuel W., born December 31, 1841 ; 
died November 5, 1843. 

447 Triscilla, born May 18, 181 3 ; married Joseph Wilder. 

448 Lucinda, born May 19, 1816; married Hiram Gardner 

of Hanover. 

449 Sally K., born June 3, 1819; died February 7, 1S51. 

-237- 

(From page 337.) 
Dk. DAVID HAH.EY, son of George Hailey and Rebecca 
(Fili.s) liiiley, was born in Hanover, Mass., November, 1779; 
married November 7, 1801, Joanna Curtis, daughter of Melzar 
Curtis and Keziah (Hall) Curtis. She was born in Hanover, 
July 15, 1784. He settled as a physician in vScituate, and died 
there, January 13, 1836, aged 56 years, and his widow died 
April 4, 1846, aged 61 years. Dr. Bailey was highly esteemed 
as a citizen, and very successful in his practice. 

CHILDREN. 

450 David, born November 16, 1802 ; married Deborah, 

daughter of Amos Dunbar, April 24, 1833 5 lived 
in South Scituate, and had one child, who died 
young. 

451 Joanna, born December 13, 1804; died July 14, 1813 

452 Rebecca, born November 27, 1807; married Hiram 

(iardner, June 5, 1831. 

453 I^lizal^eth, born June I2, 1810; marrieil Alfred Loring 

of Hingham, November 15, 1827. (No children.) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 355 

454 Joanna, born June i, 1813; married Albert Loring of 

Hingham, March 19, 1837. 

455 Luther, born February 18, 1816 ; never married. 

456 Lucy, born September n, 1818. (See page 381.) 

457 Jeremiah, born August 12,1822. (See page 381.) 

-239- 

(From page 337.) 

GAD BAILEY, son of George Bailey and Rebecca (Ellis) 
B.iiley, was born in Hanover, July 29, 1784 ; married Thankful 
Loring of Hingham, December 10, 1807. She was the daugh- 
ter of Job Loring and Judith (Whiton) Loring ; born in 
Hingham, June 9, 1777. His children were born in Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

458 Maria, born August 20, 1810; married Nahum Stet- 
son of Hanson, March 3, 1831. 

459 Sarah A., born January 21, 1813. (See page 382.) 

460 Lydia L., born November 11, 1814. (See page 382.) 

461 Gad J, born April 13, 1817 ; married Lydia B. Clark, 

June, 1 84 1, and had Helen E., born October 30, 
1844; died November, 1849. 

462 Eliza J., born March 24, 1819; married John Water- 

man of Carver, November 26, 1846. 

-240- 

(From page 337.) 

ELH^HALET BAILEY, son of Israel Bailey and Martha 
Alden (Packard) Bailey, was born is 1760. He was married 
January 29, 1782, to Martha, daughter of John Robinson of 
Bridgewater and Kingston by Rev. S. Angier. He died in 1822 
in Plymouth. His widow died at son Nahum's in Kingston, 
July 17, 1839. 

CHILDREN. 

463 Ward, born 1783. (See page 383.) 

464 Betsey, born ; married Rev. Elisha Cush 

man, August 30, 181 2. 



356 PART THREE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

465 Kliphalet, born ; whereabouts not know;; 

from about the time of last war with England. It 
was supposed he was in Canada at one time. 
466 VVinslow Clifton, born (See page 383.) 

467 Rachel, born 1790 ; married Lemuel Rob- 

bins of Plymouth ; lived in New 13edford ; died in 
1876. 
468 Nahum, born 1793. (See page 384.) 

469 John, born ; married Polly Wood. 

470 Ira, born ; married first, Phebe Holmes; 

married second, Lucy C. Thompson, 1840. 

471 Melvin, born ; married Maria Patey. 

-241- 

(From page 337.) 

ISRAEL BAILEY, son of Israel Bailey and Martha 
Alden (Packard) Bailey, was born in Bridgewater, Mass., in 
1764; married in 1789, Lucy Whitman. He was a soldier in 
the War of the Revolution, enlisting from Bridgewater, Mass. 
He died in liuckfield. Me., May 20, 1830. His widow, Lucy, 
made application for pension from town of Minot, Me. He 
removed to Maine soon after marriage, and we have no record 
of his family. 

CHILDREN. 

No record. 

-242- 

(From page 337.) 

JOHN BAILEY, son of Israel Bailey and Martha Alden 
(Packard) Bailey, was born in Bridgewater, Mass., in 1766. He 
removed to Maine and probably married there. He was a sol- 
dier in the War of the Revolution, enlisting from Bridgewater, 
Mass. He died in Turner, Me., July 19, 1833. ^^'s widow, 
Lucy B., made application for pension from Turner, Me. We 
have no record of his family. 

CHILDREN. 

No record. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 357 

-251- 

(From page 339.) 

PAUL BAILEY, son of Paul Bailey and Anna (Holmes) 
B.iiiey, was born in Scituate, May 2, 1782; married Sibyl B. 
Hates of Cohasset, Mass. She was a daughter of Samuel Bates 
and Martha (Beal) Bates, and was born in Hingham, second pre- 
cinct, February i, 1786. She died December 3, 1873, aged 88 
years, and he died in Scituate, June 12, i860. He was born on the 
old farm at Farm Neck, Scituate, Mass., and lived all his life on 
this land which, in 1670, belonged to his ancestor, John Bailey. 
Here he brought his wife, Sibyl B., and here they lived and 
worked together until separated by his death. So recently as 
his time, the farm produced most of the necessities of life, not 
only food but also clothing, which was made by the good wife 
from wool, grown, carded, spun and woven on this farm. Here 
their ten children were born and here most of .them grew to 
manhood or womanhood. 

CHILDREN. 

472 Martha Ann, born July 12, 1809; died December 7, 
1812. 

473 Edwin, born April 2, 1813. (See page 384.) 

474 Samuel Bates, born November 5, 181 4. (Sec 

page 386.) 

475 Henry Holmes, born September 27, 1816. (See 

page 386.) 

476 Sally Bates, born November 26, 181 8. (See page 387.) 

477 Martha Ann, born October 4, 1820. (See page,' 387.) 

478 Sibyl Bates, born March 2, 1823. (Seepage 387.) 

479 l^aul, 3d, born May 8, 1825. (See page 388.) 

480 Myra Bates, born May 12, 1827 ; died June 10, 1845. 

481 libenezer, born July 21, 1830 ; died April 3, 1832. 

-252- 

(From page 339.) 
GUSHING BAILEY, son of Caleb Bailey and Deborah 



358 I'AKT THREE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

(ViiKil) Mdilcy, was born in Scituatc, May 24, 1793; married 
Abigail S. Allen, and died in Boston, August 7, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

482 James Winchell, born 1821 ; married ; had 

issue, and died April 21, 1880. 

483 William Ward, born 1823 ; married ; had 

issue, and died March 28, 1865. 

484 Ann Mary, born 1826. 

485 Eliza A., born 1829. 

-253- 

(From page 339.) 

CALEB BAILEY, son of Caleb Bailey and Deborah (Vinal) 
Bailey, was born in Scituate, November 11, 1794; married first, 
Mary Jones, December 2, 1818. She was born March 15, 1795, 
and died May 21, 1827, aged 32 years. He married second, 
September 28, 1828, Maria Bates. She was born June 26, 1805, 
and died in Hingham, November 14, 1830, aged 25 years. For 
his third wife, he married in Hingham, January 4, 1832, Mrs. 
Susan N. (Cushing) Lincoln, the widow of Bela Lincoln of 
Boston and daughter of Joel Cushing and Eunice Cushing, 
She was born in Boston, April i, 1806, and died in Hingham, 
August 17, 1878, aged 72 years. Caleb died at Taunton, Mas.*-., 
July 12, 1877, aged 83 years. He was a miller and proprietor of 
a livery stable in Hingham. He resided on North street, near 
the harbor. His first child was by his wife, Mary, his second 
child by his wife, Maria, and his last four children were by his 
wife, Susan. 

CHILDREN. 

486 James Jones, born May 16, 1822; died September 3, 

following. 

487 Maria, born August 14, 1830; died June 30, 1831. 

488 James Jones, born October 28, 1832; married May i, 

1859, l{;ilen M. Merritt ot Scituate, and removed 
there. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 359 

489 Susan Lincoln, born May i8, 1836; died November 9, 

1837- 

490 Caleb Franklin, born June 8, 1838 ; died June 7, 1852, 

aged 14 years. 

491 Charles Hay ward, born May i, 1842; married Novem- 

ber 21, 1867, Ellen, daughter of Jairus Sprague 
and Hannah L. (Waters) Sprague ; resides in 
Boston. 

-257- 

( From page 340.) 

HAYWARD BAILEY, son of Caleb Bailey and Deborah 
(Vinal) Bailey, was born in Scituate, June 23, 1805. He was 
married in Hingham by Rev. Stephen Puffer, November 8, 
1827, to Judith Goold, daughter of Robert Goold and Mary 
(Lincoln) Goold. She was born in Hingham, July 31, 1804. 
He died at Worcester, Mass., December 26, 1844, aged 39 years. 
He was a miller, and lived on North street in Hingham, near 
Goold's Bridge. His children were born in Hingham. 

CHILDREN. 

492 Mary Eliza, born March 20, 1829 ; died March 3, 1830. 

493 Charles Hay ward, born December 19, 1831 ; died 

December 12, 1834. 

494 Abbie Goold, born Februarys, 1834; married April 

16, 1861, Edward M. Anthony of Coventry, R. I. 

495 Lydia Jane, born April 14, 1843; died August 21, 1868. 

-261- 

(From page 340.) 

LEMUEL STETSON BAILEY, son of Caleb Bailey and 
Deborah (Vinal) Bailey, was born in Scituate, May 3, 1814; mar- 
ried Sarah J. Vinal, and after residing in Hingham for several 
years, removed to Boston. We have no record of the family. 

CHILDREN. 

No record. 



360 PART THKEK. SEVENTH GENEKATIQN 

-263- 

(From page 340.) 



I'd 



ISRAICL VINAL BAILEY, son of Caleb liailey ;i 
Deborah (Vinal) Bailey, was born in Scituate, SeptembL-r 10, 
1819; married Bethiah Munroe. He died in Scituate, Seplrnilx.! 
8, 1857. Children were born in Scituate. 





CHILDREN. 


496 


l-ilvira, born 


497 


Sarah, born 


498 


George C, born 


499 


Emma, born 



-266- 

(From page 340.) 

JOB BAILEY, son of Joseph Bailey and Deborah ( lilden) 
Bailey, was born in Scituate in 1794; niarrietl in 1815, l.ydiu 
Foster Wade. He died in Scituate, May 7, i860. She died in 
Scituate, July 6, 1884, aged 90 years. 

CHILDREN. 

500 Joseph Tilden, born ; married Phebe 

Strickland. 

501 Job Foster, born ; married first, I'jnily 

Henry; married second, Jennie ; no 

children. 

502 Lydia Foster, born ; unmarried. 
503 J<^>hn Wade, born (See page 388 ) 

504 Maria Wade, born ; married Nathaniel 

Vinal, and had seven children, Maria We.sion, 
Phebe Bartlett, Eliza De.xter, Lydia Foster, 
George Bailey, Nathaniel Winthrop and Job Fo.stei . 
505 George Whitefield, born August i, 1830. (See 
page 388.) 

506 Margaret Tilden, born ; married 

George L. Bradford ; had child, Mary Francis, 
and other children died in infancy. 





CHILDREN 


507 


Joseph, born 


508 


Franklin, born 


509 


I'homas Wells, born 




Worden. 


510 


William C, born 




had three girls. 



THOMAS OF Wf.YMUUTH UKANCll. SEVENTH GENERATION. 361 

-267- 

(From page 340.) 

JOS'EI'II bailey, sun of Joseph Bailey and Deborah 
(Tildcn) Ikiiley, was born in Scituate in 1796; married Sarah 
Wells Wood. 



. (See page 389.) 
. (See page 389.) 

; married Martha 

married Ellen Wade, and 



-268- 

(From page 340. ) 

THOMAS TILDEN liAILEY, son of Joseph Bailey and 
Lydia (Tilden) Bailey, was born in Westford, September ii, 
1798; married November 23, 1820, Hannah Wade. She was 
born in Scituate, December 23, 1798, and died in Scituate, 1871. 
He died in Scituate, May 15, 1841. His children were born 
in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

511 Margaret Tilden, born 1821 ; died, aged 

2 years. 

512 Margaret Wade, horn 1^22 ; died, aged 

2 years, 6 months. 

513 Sarah Tilden, born 1824. 

514 Margaret Wade, born 1826. 

515 Eliza J. H., born 1827; died 1837. 

516 Thomas Tilden, born February 21. 1830. (See 

page 389.) 

517 Jotham Wade, born May 5, 1832. (See page 390.) 
518 Mary Wade, born 1834; died, aged 2 years. 

519 Dea. Charles Edward, born January 26, 1838. (See 
page 390.) 



362 PARI" THREE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

-269- 

(From page 340.) 

WATERMAN BAILEY, son of Joseph Bailey and Lydia 
(Tilden) Bailey, was born in 1800; married in 1823, Rebecca 
Gannett. She died in Scituate, November 18, 1883, aged 87 
years, 6 months. He died in Scituate, November 4, 1871. His 
children were born in Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

520 Davis Waterman, born . (See page 391.) 

521 Ruth Gannett, born ; married Horatio 

Cole; had four children, Samuel. Hatlie, Helen 
and William. 

522 Harriet Augusta, born ; married Alfred 

Wood. 

523 James Thomas, born March 17, 1823; married Sarah 

V. Lincoln. She was born April 30, 1835 - '^''^'^l 
December 10, 1895 ; no children. 

-271- 

(From page 340.) 

LEONARD PRINCE BAILEY, son of Joseph Bailey and 
Lydia (Tilden) Bailey, was born in 1805 ; married in 1825, 
Eleanor C. Damon. 

CHILDREN. 

524 Leonard P., born 

525 Thomas Henry, born ( 

526 * I'-llen, born 

-280- 

(From page 341.) 

SEVVP:LL liAILEY, son of Israel Bailey and Ahi-ail 

(Tilden) l^ailey, was born in Scituate ; nianicd 

first, ; married second, Mary Bradford. His chililien 
were by first wife, 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 363 

CHILDREN. 

527 James Anson, born ; married Ann Marie 

Litchfield, and has children. 

528 Thomas Francis, born ; married Marion 

Scott or Mott, and has children. 

-285- 

(From page 342.) 

SETH BAILEY, Jr., son of Seth Bailey and Deborah 
(Packard) Bailey, was born in Easton, Mass., June i, 1778; 
married in 1800, Mary (Polly) James, daughter of Capt. William 
James and Denison James of Stonington, Conn. She 

was born in Stonington, Conn., July 22, 1780, and died Septem- 
ber 4, 1852. He died March 7, 1861, at Warren, Washington 
County, Ohio. He was one of the pioneer settlers of Ohio. At 
the time of his death he was one of the most venerable, as he 
was one of the most respected and esteemed of the citizens of 
Washington County. A man of untiring energy and industry, 
he was just the man to grapple with the difficulties and hard- 
ships of pioneer life. Having secured for himself a sufficient 
estate, he spent his last years in freedom from care and ex- 
hibited a rare instance of a genial and hearty old age. He was a 
lover of education and good morals and for many years was 
a member of the Presbyterian Church of Warren, Ohio. For a 
fuller account of Seth Bailey, Jr., see History of Washington 
County, Ohio ; also Report of the Fifth Annual Gathering of 
Biiley-Bayley Family Association in 1897, page 18. 

CHILDREN. 

529 Maria, born 1803, on Vianna (or James Island) 

Va. (See page 391.) 
530 Elizabeth, born 1804, in Still well, Va., 

(now West Va.) She never married; died in 
Warren, Washington County, Ohio, 1872. 
531 Seth, born 1806, in Warren, Washington 

County, Ohio. (See page 392.) 
532 Charles Pease, born in Warren, Washington County, 



364 PAKI' TIIKKK. SI'.VKNIII < lIvN KK ATION. 

Ohio, 1808; married llarrict Cl)<i|)iiiaii, 111 1837. 
He died in Virginia in 1879. 
533 John James, horn in 1810, ni Warren, Washington 
County, Ohio. (See page 393 ) 

534 Susan Uhl, born in 1811, in Wairen. Washington 

County, Ohio; marrietl Dr. G. .A. Waid, in 1841 
She (hed in Warren, Ohio, in 1853. 

535 Ik-nnett Cook, born in 1813, in Warien, Washniglon 

County, Ohio ; married I'^anny l)iel<ey in 1844. 
He cHed in Newton, Kan, in 1890. 
536 WilUani Denison, l)orn m 1816, in Warren, Washing- 
ton County, Ohio. (See i)age 393.) 

537 (jeorge Washington, born in 1817, in Warren, Wash- 

ington County, ()hio; married Sarah Stapleton 
in 1855. 

538 Augustus Stone, l)orn in 1822, in Warren, Washington 

County, Ohio; married Julia Ji>hns(^n in 1852. 

539 I'homas James, born in Warren, Washington County, 

Ohio, in 1822; never married; died in Warren, 
Ohio, 1882. 

-286- 

(From pa<re 342.) 

My\KriN HAn.h:V, son ol Seth r>.iilev and Deborali 

Packard) Hailey, was born at l'",aston, Mass., 1 78 , mo\rd to 

()hio in 1804. and about 1807 marrietl Hclsy Clark ot Warren, 

Washington County, Ohio. She died in 1832, and he (hcil 

October lO, 1845. They are buried in West Maiiett a, Ohio. 

CHILDKKN. 

540 l-cander, born , near Marietta, Ohio ; (bed 

unmarried 

541 Alon/.o, born , near Marietta, (""bio; wiiC's 

name unknown. ll.\t\ two chikbeii nanud b>hii 
and I'^annie. He (bed a' k'ranklm, I,.!., 187-. 

542 .\ngeline, born .September ly, 181 I, neai Maritlla. 

Ohio ; married Samuel Ab(''iuit aboui 1833; died 
.u .^"t. I,Mi:-;s AI,. . \\ !\ )•-, 1881. 



IIUJ.MAS OF WEYMOUTH liKANCH. SEVKNIH GENF.KATION. 365 

543 Emeline, born * near Marietta, Ohio ; 

married Wesley Protsman, and died soon after 
marriage. 

544 George, born 1818, near Marietta, Ohio; 

married Jane Johnson, January 30, 1845 ; died at 
Tunnel, Ohio, October 2, 1852. 

545 ]{dwin Packard, born 1821, at Helpre, Ohio; 

unmarried and died at Avon, St. Genevieve 
County, Mo., i-'ebiuaiy 7, 1881. 
546 Erastus Warren, born September 21, 1822, near Mari- 
etta, Ohio. (See page 394.) 

547 Elizabeth, born , near Marietta, Ohio ; 

unmarried ; died at Columbus, Ohio, 1872. 

548 Caroline, born . near Marietta, Ohio ; 

unmarried ; died at Columbus, Ohio, aged 15 or 16 
years. 

549 Deborah Helen, born , near Marietta, 

Ohio; unmarried, died young in 1846. 

-289- 

(From page 342.) 

SARAH HOWARD BAILEY, daughter of Seth Hailey 
and Deborah (Packard) liuley, was born in P^aston, Mass., 
Maich 9, 1790; married Timothy Cone, son of Joseph Cone, 
November 2S, 1806, He was born May 20, 1777, and died April 
24. 1864. She died at Marietta, Ohio, P>bruarv 3, 1870. Her 
children were born in Warren, Washington County, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

550 Deborah Packard, born February 20, 1808; married 

Silas Slocumb, in 1828. She died at Marietta, 
Ohio, 1863. 

551 Martha Spencer, born December, :8io; married Jason 

H. lilackington. She died at Alhand)ia, Cai., 
January 31, 1896. 

552 Maiy, born March 13, 1813; unmanied. 

553 George, born June, 1815; married three tmies. (No 

record.) 



366 PART THKKE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

554 Charles, born October 23, 1817; married first, Klmira 

Jones and married second, Charlotte l.ittle. 

555 Joseph Spencer, born August, 1822; married Anna 

Ruppart. She died at Red Bluff, Cal., September 
12, 1894. 

556 Sarah, born at, Harmas, Ohio, May 29, 1820; never 

married; died at Warren, Ohio, April, 1872. 

557 Timothy, born November 19, 1825 ; not married ; 

died at Marietta, Ohio, December 3, 1887. 

558 Alice Sparrow, born November 17, 1827; married 

Edmond Brush, 185 1. 

559 Kllen, born March 13, 1830; married Hiram A. Peck, 

1854, and died at Salem, Ind., March 13, 1862. 

-298- 

(From page 344.) 

ACHSALOMA BAILEY, daughter of Daniel Bailey and 
Lucinda (Perry) Bailey, was born in Easton, Mass., November 
10, 1789; married Thomas Robinson. He was born at Chest- 
nut Level, Penn., July 22, 1777, and he died at Rostravcr, Penn., 
October, i860. She died at Rostraver, March 24, 1864. II er 
children were born at Rostraver, Penn. 

CHILDREN. 

560 Alexander, born 1813 ; died unmarried 

at Rostraver, February 14, 1895. 

561 Lucinda, born 1815; married Andrew J. 

Null, 1849. She died at .South Hun- 

tington Township, Penn., May 11, 1892. 

562 John O., born July 22, 1817; married Cathrinc Krcp.s, 

November 12, 1850. They live at West Newton, 
Penn. 

563 Patterson, born June, 1820; married Eliza Jiaker, 

in Pittsburg, Penn. She died at South Hunting- 
ton, Penn., December 13, 1894. 

564 Martha, born December 24, 1822; married Henry 

]?ear ; lives at Roffsdale, Penn. 

565 Oliver, born 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH UKANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 367 

566 James, born February 25, 1828 ; unmarried; lives at 

Roffsdale. 

567 Mary, born May, 1830; died at Rostraver, Penn., 1852. 

568 Harriet, born May 19, 1833; married Jesse Friese, 

and lives at West Newton, Penn. 

-300- 

(From page 344.) 

ALFREDA H. BAILEY, daughter of Daniel Bailey 
and Lucinda (Perry) Bailey, was born at Easton, Mass., March 
28, 1793 ; married November 4, 1817, Robert Hamilton. He 
was born in Fayette County, Penn., April 5, 1792, and died 
May 10, 1881. She died January 8, 1863. 

CHILDREN. 

569 Lucinda A., born in Cadiz, Ohio, September 26, 1818 ; 

married Alexander Gillmore, May 12, 1846. She 
died at Wakaton, Ohio, September 24, 1859. 

570 William P., born at Cadiz, Ohio, November 21, 1819; 

married Catherine Mossman, P'ebruary 3, 1842. 
He died at Des Moines, Iowa. 

571 Elizabeth D,, born at Cadiz, Ohio, March 10, 1822 ; 

married John Mossman, P'ebruary 4, 1844, ^"<' 
died at Wakaton, Ohio, September 5, 1845. 

572 Charlotte Bailey, born at Cadiz, Ohio, F'ebruary 29, 

1824; died at Wakaton, Ohio, August 21, 1835. 

573 Margaret, born at Cadiz, Ohio, March 16, 1828; mar- 

ried Robert Dean, April 2, 1851. She died at 
Wakaton, Ohio, May 28, 1875. 

574 Alfreda, born at Cadiz, Ohio, February 2, 1830; died 

at Wakaton, Ohio, April 26, 183 1. 

575 Robert L., born at Wakatonica, Ohio, December 26, 

1832 ; died at Wakaton, Ohio, August 30, 1835. 

576 Susannah L., born at Wakatonica, Ohio, September 19, 

1835 ; died at Wakaton, Ohio, F'ebruary 3, 1862. 

577 John Perry, born at Cadiz, Ohio, January 4, 1826; 



368 TAKr riiKKi:. sf.vI'.n'iii r.i np k.\| ion. 

inanicil Susan Cornell, April 5, i<S6S. llcdiccl ;it 
VVakaton, Ohio, December 29, 1889. 

-301- 

(From page 344) 

Uk. GKORGE BART LETT HA I LEV. son of Daniel 
]-{ailey and Lucinda (Perry) Haik), was born Scplcmbei 20, 
1796, at Hud's I'Y'rry, Penn. ; niaiiird Novtinlxr 4. 1819. Jane 
McConaughy of Georgetown, ()liin. She was born Mauh 23, 
1802, at Gettysburg, Penn., and was a danghter of Sanriul 
McConaughy and Mary MeGonanghy of Getl) slung, I'cnn. 
Dr. Hrtiley died at Georgetown, ()hio, I'\briiaiy 27, 1867, and 
his wife died at (ieorgetown, ( )hio, September 28, 1875. His 
childien were all born at (jeorgetown, Ohio. 

CHir.nRF.N. 

578 George Hartlett, born June 29, 1821. (See i^age 395 ) 
579 Joseph Warren, born June 21, 1826 ; died October 21, 
1838. 

580 Mary, born October 19, 1823. (Seepage 396) 

581 Eucinda Perry, born July 31, 1829. (Sec page 396.) 

582 Harriet Eeouard, born May 25, 1832; died September 

27, 1855. 

583 Louise Jane, born May 23, 1835 ; living in 1897. 

584 John Warren, born December 31, 1838; married 

Annie Dangerfield, March 31, 1867. He died in 
Georgetown, Ohio, July 29, 1870. 

585 Adelaide Augusta, born December 17, 1841 ; not mar 

ried ; died at Georgetown, Ohio. Jannar) 3'j, 1872 

586 Jessie Peters, born July 15, 1846; not mairied; diid 

at Georgetown, Ohio, September 2, 1867. 

-302- 

(From page 344.) 

Ll':ONARI) I'I'.RRY l^AUJ-.Y, son of Daniel l^ailey and 
Lucinda (I'erry) Hailey, was born at Hud's b\M ry, Penn., JiiK 3, 
1798. He marrietl Abigail Mathews, daughter of Increase 



'IIIOMAS Ol" WF.VMDUIII UK WCll. Sl-.V KNI'I I C.F.N l-.K AllON. 369 

Mathews, November 5, 1823. Slu' was born at Putnam, Ohio, 
May 31, 1802, and died ;it Zanesville, Ohio, June 22, 1879. He 
(lied at Zanesville, Ohio. I""el)riia!y 5, 1886 Mr. Ha i ley began 
the mmufaeture of pianos and oij; ms in 1820. It is stated that 
h^' made and introduced the first oi'^an used in a Presbyterian 
Church in America. The first t^o children were born at Put- 
nam, Ohio ; the rest at Zanesville. 

CniLDKKN. 

587 Lucy Mathews, born September 27, 1824. 

588 Charles Packard, born October 2, 1826; married Kliza 

Spaulding, ami died at Zanesville, Ohio. January 
5, 1863. 

589 William Howard, born March 18, 1829 ; married Har- 

riet Gay, and died at Buffalo, March 31. 1888. 

590 Henry Mathews, born December 31, 1831 ; married 

P21izabeth Laughlin, and died at Morsana, West- 
chester County, N. V., October 20, 1873. 

591 Lucy Mathews, born September 27, 1824; died at 

Zanesville, Ohio, October 8, 1825. 

592 Edward Mathews, born March 16, 1835 ; died May 3, 

1855- 
393 Willis, horn November 22, 1838; married Caroline 

McConnell, and lives at Zanesville. Ohio. 

594 Sarah Mathews, born December 13, 1841 ; died Feb- 

ruary 3, 1856. 

595 I'rancis Perry, born June 15, 1843; married first, 

l^leanor P. Graham ; married second, Lucie Steen- 
rod, and lived at Zanesville, Ohio, 1897. 

596 Clara Perry, born December 28, 1847; lives at Zanes- 

ville, Ohio. 

-306- 

(From page 345.) 

CLARISSA BAILEY, daughter of Dea. Ste[>hen Bailey 
and Sally (Crosby) liailev, was born in IkMlin, Mass , Marcii 10. 
1779. She married Jedediah lluley of Berlin, April 17, 1800. 
He was a son of Lieut. Timothy l^ailey and Martha (Harnard) 



370 I'AKT TIIKKK. SKVKNTH GKNKKATION. 

Bailey, and was born in Berlin in 1777. She died in Pelham 
April 24, 1838, and was buried in Ware. The family moved to 
Athol, Mass., about 1824. 

CHILDREN. 

597 Eliza, born 1801 ; died 1805. 

598 Clarissa, born December 22, 1802 ; died in 1805. 

599 Sally Crosby, born May 17, 1805. 

600 Clarissa, baptized in 1807. 

601 Eusebia, born 1809. 

602 Sophy Spooner, born 1812. 

603 Algernon Sidney, born 1816. 

-309- 

(From page 345.) 

REV. WINTHROP BAILEY, son of Dea. Stephen 
Bailey and Sally (Crosby) Bailey, was born in Berlin, Mass., 
May 7, 1784; married January 6, 1814, Martha Stanwood, 
daughter of Col. William Stanwood of lirunswick, Me. He 
graduated at Harvard College in 1807, and entered a three 
years' course at Andover Theological Seminary. He settled in 
Brunswick, Me., in 1810, as minister of the Congregational 
Church, and was tutor in Bowdoin College to 1814. He 
settled in Pelham, Mass., in 1814, and was minister of the Con- 
gregational Church there until 1823, when he became a Unita- 
rian, and moved to Greenfield, Mass., taking charge of the new 
Unitarian Church. He lived in Deerfield from 1831-5, and was 
princiiKil of Deerfield Academy. He died there March 16, 1835. 
His first five children were born in Pelham, Mass., the next two 
in Greenfield, and the last one in Deerfield. 

ClIILDHKN. 

604 Sarah Crosby, born April 5, 1815. (See page 397.) 

605 Hannah Stanwood, liorn June 8, 1817. (See 

page 397.) 

606 Martha Gray, born I""ebruary 19, 1819. (See 

page 397) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 3/1 

607 l-iancis Parkman, born November 2C, 1820. (See 

page 398.) 

608 Elizabeth Lee, born November 21, 1822. (See 

page 399.) 

609 Annie Jean, born February 12, 1826, in Greenfield, 

Mass. (See page 399.) 
610 Isabella, born February 12, 1828, in Greenfield, Mass. 
611 Mary Duncan, born in Deerfield, May 23, 1831. (See 
page 400.) 

-313- 

(From page 345.) 

HORACE BAILEY, son of Dea. Stephen Bailey and Sally 
(Crosby) Bailey, was born April 23, 1793, in Berlin, Mass. He 
married Elizabeth Whitney of Westboro, Mass. He died March 
24, 1870. His wife died in 1893. 

CHILDREN. 

612 Alfred, born ; died in 1831 at Berlin, 

Mass. 

613 Frederick, born ; lives in Brooklyn, N. V. 

614 Alvina W., born ; married George E. 

Fisher of Westboro, Mass. 

-315- 

(From page 345.) 

STI<:PHEN BAILEY, son of Dea. Stephen Bailey and 
Sally (Crosby) Bailey, was born April 19, 1798, in Berlin, Mass. 
He married Olive Hamilton of North Brookfield, Mass. He 
died March 27, 1861. 

CHILDREN. 

615 Joseph E., born March 12, 1823; died at Springfield, 

Mass., November, 1894. 

616 Caroline H., born January 2, 1825 ; married Enos 

King of Hopkinton, Mass. 

617 Adelaide H., born March 18, 1827; married Joseph B. 

Knox of Worcester, Mass. 



372 I'AKT THURE. SKVI'.NTII C KMCK A llON . 

-324- 

(From pa^e 347.) 

WILLIAM BAnJ":Y, son of ICliphalct Bailey and Abi.<;ail 
(Choatc) liailey, was born at Natick, Mass., August 12. 1792; 
marricil April 9, 1822, Anna llonnn- Tilton (.f ]i<)|)kint()n, Mass. 
Certificate was by Rev. Nathaniel Mowe. Slie was the (iau<;li- 
tcrof Abraham Tilton and Hannah (Homer) Tdton of Hopkin 
ton and was born in 179*8. He died at Milford, Mass.. /\pril 27, 
1834, and she (lied in Milford, July 29, 1873. Hannah (Honu-r; 
Tilton claimed honorable descent m one of her parental lines 
from )(>hn Alden, the celebrated pdj^rmiat Plymouth. Rev Na- 
thaniel Howe, above, was the father of Maj.-(ien. Aj^pleton 
Howe, M. D., of South Weymouth, Mass, deneral Howe was 
born in Hopkinton, November 26, 1792. He was a i)raciicing 
phy*sician in Weymouth for over 50 years. Dr. Howe and 
C'apt. Samuel P. I^ailey of South Weymouth married sisters. 

CIIII.DKI'.N. 

518 William Homer, born January 27, 1824. (See 

pa-e 400.) 
619 Cieor^e I'ilton, born July 1, 1825; manied P'anny 

\\ Dods. 
62 I Ch.irles Augustus, born April 5. 1827 ; married .ind 

has no ehildicn ; resides in Milloid. 

621 Daincl Mtlcalt, born June 30, 1828; died i;eeeml)ei 

18. 1834. 

622 Amelia C)sborn, born Au,i;iist i 8, 1830: manied I'^ben 

ezer Belknap of Millord, April 5, 1846, died in 
1850. 
623 Thomas Bucklin. boin August 12, 1832. (See 
pa-e 401.) 

-328- 

( From \r<\iXC 3-17.) 

1:1,1 1'HAl.b'.r B MIJ'A'.son of I'diphalet lltiley and Abi- 
:' \\\ ( '\\'^:\\r) r>iili\', was b )rn in \atick, Mass., SepUauber lO. 
lS)i; rem )\e I .M'l\- to Milfoixl, Mass.; niaiiied first, Miiinda, 



IIIOMA.I Ol- Wl'.VMOU'l II IIKAN( II. S I'. V I'.Nll 1 ( .ICNI.K A'J K )N. 373 

daughter of Jonathan and Penelope (Dewing) liowker, January 
30, 1825. Certificate was by Rcw llenian Perry. She l)ore 
him two children, and di-d h'ehi nary 24, 1833. lie mui ried 
secoiKl, Widow Maiy Gonld of llopkinton, November 25, 1838 
The marriage ceremony was bv Rev. Nathaniel Spindel. She 
bore him a daughter, and tlied September 7, 1840. He manitd 
for his third wife, Zobedia Tt)mbs of Hopkinton, April 8, 1841. 
They were married by Rev. D. Long. His residence was in the 
North Purchase on Haven street, near the Hopkinton line. Ik- 
was a just and upright man. He li\ed in Milford 65 yeais, and 
died there May 10, 1878, aged ']'] years, 7 months, and hi.> 
widow, Mrs. Zobedia, survived him. His children were born in 
Milford. 

CHILDKI'.N. 

624 James Dewing, born December i, 1825. (Sir 
page 401.) 

625 Adelia Maiie, born b'ebrnary 2, 1830; ui.irriid 

Alpheus Hriilges of llollislon, .Si pii. i; bei , 1850. 

626 Mary, born May 21, 1839; died | muaiy J 1 . 1843. 

627 Y\din J^allon, born May 19, 1843; died .-^cpleinlni 1. 

1862. 

-330- 

(From pai^e 347.) 

DICA. TIM()1'1I\' HAI!.^:^■, son ol Maj. Silas Jlaile\ ai.d 
La\inia (HartlelO I^ailey, was born in Ninlhboio, August 2, 
1780; married Sarah Whitney ot Westbom in 1806. lie tiled 
September 3, 1837, and sir,; died April ii, 1840. 

ClilLDKI-.X. 

628 l^enjamin F., b )rn Januar\' 29. 1807 ; married Sarah 

1). Whitney of Worcester, Decembe! 31, 1831, 
where he has since resided 

629 Sarah V.., born Janu,ii-\ 25. 1809, died Januar)' 2'/, 

630 Sila-. belli CV'tdbci- 13, 1811 ; Hvcs in Pimcetor. 



374 PART THREE. SEVENTH GENERATION. 

631 George L., born December 18, 1817; married a Mrs. 
Cox of Hudson. 

-332- 

(From page 347.) 

HOLLOVVAY BAILEY, son of Maj. Silas 15ailey and 
Lavinia (Bartlett) Bailey, was born in Berlin, Mass., May 13, 
1784; married Lucy, daughter of Benjamin Sawyer of liolton, 
Mass. She died February 9, 1861, and he died February 12, 
1872. 

CHILDREN. 

632 Benjamin Holloway, born July 5, 1829. (See 
page 402.) 

633 Lucy, born July 28, 183 1. 

634 Isaac Allen, born April 28, 1833. 

635 Silas Henry, born February 8, 1835 ; volunteered and 

was commissioned August 22, 1862, Captain of 
Co. G, 36th Regiment, M. V. M. He was at 
Vicksburg, Miss., under General Grant, at its sur- 
render, besieged at Knoxville, Tenn., mortally 
wounded at Spottsylvania, Va.. May 12, 1864, 
aged 29 years. 
636 John Lewis, born April 7, 1837. (Sec page 402.) 

-333- 

(From page 347.) , 

CALVIN BAILEY, son of Maj. Silas Bailey and Laviniu 
(Bartlett) Bailey, was born in Berlin, Mass., February 8, 1786 ; 
married July 30, 181 5, Catherine Jones, daughter of Joseph 
Jones and Susan Jones. He died March 28, 1870. 

CHILDREN. 

637 Catherine Howe, born August 2, 1816 ; married Lang- 

don Coffin, January i, 1838. 

638 Joseph Edward, born May 29, 181 8. 

639 Susan Jones, born January 19, 1820. 

640 Joseph Calvin, born April 2, 1822. (See page 403.) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. SEVENTH GENERATION. 375 

541 Lewis Edward, born February 28, 1824 (See 

page 403.) 
642 George Henry, born December 13, 1827. (See 

page 403.) 

643 Lucy, born September 17, 1830 ; married John Cheney 

Poffer, October i, 1857. 

644 William Holloway, born May 26, 1834. 

-409- 

(From page 349.) 

CAROLINE BAILEY, daughter of Abner Bailey and 
Deborah (Lovell) Bailey, was born October 8, 1798, in 
Mansfield, Mass. She married Joseph A. Brinton, April 10, 
1828, and moved to Falls Village, Conn. 

CHILDREN. 

645 Sarah Adeline, born August 21, 1830 ; died March 21, 

1832. 

646 Caroline, born August 26, 1832; died October 11, 

1887. 

647 Joseph, born June 12, 1836. 

-410- 

(From page 349.) 

DEA. JACOB BAILEY, farmer and railroad man, son of 
Abner Bailey and Deborah (Lovell) Bailey, was born April 5, 
1801 ; died September 11, 1884. ^^^ married Sally Sumner 
Skinner, July 26, 1827. She was born January 29, 1807, and 
died April 28, 1886. She was the daughter of Capt. James Skin- 
ner, a Revolutionary officer of whom it is said he would not 
accept a pension when it was offered him because he could not 
honestly say he was in need of it. His widow was a pensioner. 

CHILDREN. 

648 George Edson, born January i, 1829. (See page 404.) 
549 Deborah Caroline, born July 23, 1830. (See page 405.) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH liKAN( II. 

KIGHTH Gl'INKRATlON. 

-417- 

(From page 351.) 

MARY BAILICY, daughter ut joiiii i^ailcy .iH'l Mmv 
(llill) liiilcy, was born in Hanover, Mass., in 1785. She m. 11 
lied ill I'enibroke, Mass., Daniel Nevvhall ot Lynn. She died m 
Troy, N. V., in 1829. 

CHILDKKN. 

650 John Haiiey, born May 3, 1806, in Lynn ; manied Maiy 

M. I'riee ; died May 7, 1849. 

651 lle|)sibali, born June 20, 1810, in Lynn, died 1893 in 

lirookline, Mass. 

652 Isaac, born January 4, 1814, in Lynn; niairied liisi, 

Hriciget lialchelloi. November, 1840; niartirl 
second, Sarah G. Caldwell. He died l-ebrnary 22, 

1879- 

653 Joseph, born 1816 ; married Margaret ; 

died 1891. 

654 Henry, born February 10, 18 16, in Lynn , died (Jcto 

ber 18, 1 8 16. 
• 655 Mary, born 1818; died in Brookline, 

1840. 
650 Lucy, born November 15, 1820; died in Jkooklme, 
November 1, 1842. 

657 Daniel Rodman, born in Lynn, September 28, 1823; 

died April 5, 1825. 

658 (}eorge, born tn 'I'roy, N. Y,, April 28, 1827 ; died 

August 4, 1827. 

659 (ieorge, born in Troy, N, Y.. April 16, 1828 ; died Jul\- 

I. 1828. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION 3/7 

-418- 

(From page 351.) 

JOHN BAILEY, son of John Bailey and Mary (Hill) 
Bailey, was born in Hanover, Mass., August 13, 1787. He mar- 
ried in Portland, Me., November 29, 1810, Anna Taber. He 
died in Lynn, March 2, 1883. He used to say that he and the 
Constitution of the United States were born in the same year. 
He learned watch and clock making of his father, and there 
are many tall eight-day clocks in Plymouth County made by 
John Bailey and John Bailey, Jr. They are so highly prized by 
their owners that it is almost impossible to buy one. He went 
to Portland, Me., to live, and there married Anna, youngest 
daughter of John Taber, who, previous to 1810, was a wealthy 
and prominent merchant. In 181 1 John Bailey went back to 
Hanover, Mass., where he lived till about 1823-4, when he 
removed to New Bedford. He was a skillful workman. He 
built an observatory, and imported astronomical instruments so 
as to rate chronometers. This was an expensive outlay, but he 
hoped to clear himself, as his business brought him in more 
than $5,000 a year, and there was every prospect of its increas- 
ing. But he was a conscientious abolitionist, a friend of Garri. 
son, Phillips and Pillsbury, and could not support either political 
party. The whole colored population of New Bedford followed 
his lead. Theyheld the balance of power, and always came to him 
to know for whom to vote. He told them to vote for men who 
would do justice to their race. He suffered much persecution, 
and finally the Whigs agreed to take their work away from him 
unless he would vote and cause the colored people to vote the 
Whig ticket. There were only two Democratic ship owners in 
the place. George Howland, a wealthy Quaker and ship owner, 
told him of their decision, and urged him to yield, saying that if 
he did not yield he would be ruined. John Bailey's answer was: 
" George, as long as fish live in the sea and clams live in the 
sand, I'll not sell my principles." The next week every chro- 
nometer was taken from his store and given to a man whom the 
Whigs had hired to come to New liedford and take the work, 
and John Bailey's business was ruined. He had a strong consti- 
tution. In his last illness he was confined to his bed but a 

C6 



378 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

single day and his mind was clear to the last. He had 12 chil- 
dren, the first seven born in Hanover, Mass., and the remaining 
five in New Bedford. 

CHILDREN. 

660 Catherine, born September 11, 1811 ; died August 3, 

1817. 
661 Miriam Hussey, born ])eceniber 5, 1813. (See 
page 406.) 

662 John Taber, born December 17, 1815. He sailed from 

New Bedford in 1831 in the ship Menter, (Captain 
Barnard) on a whaling voyage, and was wrecked in 
the straits of Timon on a coral reef at Pelen 
Islands, May 21, 1832. He and nine others were 
dashed upon the rocks and perished. 

663 Anna Maria, born December 24, 1817. 

664 Joseph, born December 25, 1819; married Abby 

Ingraham at New Bedford, April 25, 1844 He 
died at Hong Kong, February 27, 1852. He had a 
daughter, Caroline A. He sailed from New Bed- 
ford in 1850 as master of the ship Champion. 

665 William, born August 21, 1821 ; died October 2, 1822. 

666 William, born August 2, 1823 ; died at Seattle, Wash.. 

November 10, 1882 He married l'>ances Kelley 
in 1846, and had a son, George R. V., born in 
1850. He sailed from New York in 1852 in th^. 
ship Red Rover for Californi.i, and tiom thence to 
Canton. 

667 Mary Newhall, born July 9, 1825 ; married fiist, Chas 

C. Folger of Nantucket in 18 [q, .md h.id two 
sons, Charles and John 1>. ; m irried second, 
lid ward Easton of New Bedford, 

668 Catherine, born August 10. 1828. 

669 l^lizabeth, born August j8, 1830; died Septembei- 9, 

1830. 

670 George Herbert, born August 18. 1832 ; died Januaiv 

27, 1834- 

671 George, born November 21, 1833; ''"-'*' August 31, 

1834. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 379 

-423- 

(From page 352.) 

CALVIN liAILEY, son of Calvin Bailey and Sarah 
(Jacobs) Bailey, was born in Hanover, Mass., May 17, 1796. He 
married May 21, 1820, Jane B. Donnell. She was born in 
Hanover, and was a daughter of Samuel Donnell and Jane D. 
(Barstow) Donnell. Calvin Bailey moved to Bath, Me., in 1815* 
became an extensive ship owner, and probably died in Bath, 

CHILDREN. 

672 Sarah J., born February, 1821 ; married George Davis 

in 1841. 

673 Col. Samuel D., born July, 1825. 

674 Lucinda, born May, 1829. 

-432- 

(From page 353.) 

BENJAMIN BAILEY, son of Charles Bailey and Chloe 
(Mann) Bailey, was born in Hanover, I-'ebruary 24, 1797. He 
married April 4, 1822, Rachel Dvvelley. She was born in Han- 
over, May 3, 1800, and was a daughter of Joshua Dwelley and 
Rachel (Hatch) Dwelley. Benjamin Bailey was a farmer. His 
children were born in Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

675 Benjamin W., born February 11, 1823 ; married Ruth 

Thomas, January, 1850, and had Ada M., born 
January 15, 1851, and probably others. 

676 Joshua D., born August 20, 1824. 

677 John Q., born ; married Lydia A. Curtis, 

and had a son, William E., born October, 1850, 
also a son born in 1852. His wife died in 1852. 

678 Rachel J. D., born ; died May 15, 1839. 

679 Maria E., born May 20, 1833. 

680 Rachel, born ; died September 24, 1848. 



380 PAKr THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-434- 

(From page 353.; 

BARKER BAILKY, son of Charles Bailey and Chloe 
(Mann) Bailey, was born in Hanover, Mass., Januaiy 22, 1801. 
He married February 20, 1825, Alice Ayers. They lived in 
Charlestown, Mass. He was a shipwright by trade. 

CHILDREN. 

681 Alice B., born June 29, 1826; married June 4, 1846, 

John Viall, leather dealer in Boston, and hail a 
son,. John B., born May 10, 1849. 

682 Charles, born March 29, 1828. 

683 Ellen J., born December 24, 1838. 

684 Andrew J., born July 18, 1840. 

-441- 

(From page 353.) 

STEPHEN BAILEY, son of Stephen Bailey and Ruth 
(Hatch) Bailey, was born in Hanover, Mass., March 8, 1810. Ho 
married May 6, 1834, Sylvia W. Bates. She was a daughter of 
Captain Thomas M., and Lydia (Wing) Bates, and was born in 
Hanover, September 4, 1809. His children were born in 
Hanover. 

CH ir.DKKN 

685 Edwin, born April 4, 1835. 

686 Laura A , born March 20, 1838. 

687 Stephen W., born December, 1840. 

688 Albert W,, born December 22, 1844. 

689 Amos H., born March 6, 18—. 

-443- 

(From page 354.) 

GEORGE BAH.EY, son of George W. Bailey and Asc- 
nath (Curtis) Bailey was born in Hanover, September 13, 1802 
He married June 20, 1824, Olive l^ates, daughter of Calvin HaUs 
an 1 IC'i^cabeth (Stetson) Bates. She was bom in Haiiuvcr, 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 38 1 

August 10, 1803. He died March 29, 1835. His children were 
born in Hanover. 

CHILDREN. 

690 George C, born October 25, 1824; married Julia A. 

Thomas. 

691 Olive W., born August 24, 1826. 

692 Calvin S., born July 27, 1828; married Lucy V. 

Stetson, June, 1852. 

693 Elbridge, born August 28, 1829. 

694 Reuben C, born June 24, 183 1. 

695 Horatio N., born July 17, 1833 ; died January, 1834. 

696 Horatio N., born July 23, 1834. 

-456- 

(From page 355.) 

LUCY BAILEY, daughter of Dr. David Bailey and 
Joanna (Curtis) Bailey, was born in Scituate, September 11, 
1818. She married January 29, 1848, Edward Stowell. She is 
living with her brother Luther in the old paternal homestead, in 
that part of Scituate which became Norwell, about half a mile 
west of the meeting house at Assinippi. 

CHILDREN. 

697 Lucy E., born 

698 Helen M., born 
And perhaps others, 

-457- 

(From page 355.) 

JER]':MIAH bailey, son of Dr. David Bailey and 
Joanna (Curtis) Bailey, was born in Scituate, August 12, 1822. 
He married Elizabeth G. Dunbar. He was a carpenter by 
trade, and made doors, sashes and blinds. He moved early to 
Weymouth, and was for many years associated with John O. 
Foye, dealer in hardware and building material. He died in 
Weymouth some years ago. 



382 PART THRKE. EKiHTFl GKN ERATlON. 

CHILDREN. 

699 Helen C, born April, 1846. 

700 Charles H., born November, 1847; died aged 2 

months. 

701 George A., born October, 1850. 

-459- 

(From page 355.) 

SARAH A. BAILP:Y, daughter of Gad Bailey and Thank- 
ful (Loring) Bailey, was born in Hanover, January 21, 1813. 
She married Ira Josselyn of Hanover. He was born in Hanover, 
May 16, 1814. 

CHILDREN. 

702 Sarah L., born December 4, 1842. 

703 Anne A., born July 18, 1845 ; died September, 1849. 

704 Francis H., born August 14, 1851. 

705 Thacher, born May 18, 1856; died September 23, 

1858. 

-460- 

(From page 355.) 

LYDIA L. BAILEY, daughter of Gad Bailey and Thank- 
ful (Loring) Bailey was born in Hanover, November 11, 1814. 
She married October 28, 1838, John S. Fogg of South Wey 
mouth. He was the son of Josiah Fogg and Mary (Roberts) 
Fogg and was born in Meredith, N. H. Mr. Fogg was well 
known as a boot and shoe manufacturer of Weymouth, also as a 
prominent banker in Boston. He was president of the I-'irst 
National Bank of South Weymouth, also president of the We) - 
mouth Agricultural Society for many years. He was also 
president of the Putnam Horseshoe Nail Corporation, in which 
concern he was a large shareholder. He was a public bene- 
factor in many ways, for he gave to Weymouth a Public Library, 
costing ^50,000, and a very beautiful Opera House, costing 
about 1^75,000. He was deeply interested in the Union Congre- 
gational Church of South Weymouth, of which he was an active 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH UKANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 383 

member. For a full bio-^raphical sketch ot his life see Herd's 
History of Norfolk County. 

CHILDREN. 

706 Jane L., born in Weymouth ; married 

E. Everett Fool. She has been dead some years. 

707 John Augustine, born , in Weymoutii ; 

married Itla Sprague, daughter of Jessie Sprague 
and Nancy (Bates) Sprague of Weymouth. She 
died, and he married i(^r his second wife, Ida 
Bordwell of Chicago. John Augustine is a mem- 
ber of the Bailey Association. 

-463- 

(From page 355.) 

WARD BAILEY, son of Eliphalet Bailey and Martha 
(Robinson) Bailey, was boi ii in 1783. He married Sarah Eucas. 
He died August 25, 1847. She died February, 1858. 

CHILDREN. 

708 George, born 1806. (See page 407.) 

709 Thomas, born June 10, 1809. (See page 407.) 
7[0 Mary Ann, born October 7, 1812. (See page 407.) 

-466- 

(From page 356.) 

WINSLOW CLIFTON BAILEY, son of Eliphalet Bailey 
diitl Martha (Robinson) Bailey, was born . He 

inairied Nancy 

CHILDREN. 

71 1 Lucy E., born 1808. 

712 Hope A., born 1810. 

713 Eliphalet, born 1813, in Plymouth. 

714 William E., born 1815. 

715 Nancy, born 18 19. 



384 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

-468- 

(From page 356.) 

NAHUM BAILEY, son of Eliphalet Bailey and Martha 
(Robinson) Bailey, was born in 1793 and lived in Kingston, lie 
died October, 1876. He married Christiana Washburn, daugh- 
ter of Seth Washburn of Kingston, in 1817. She died Decem- 
ber 8, 1887, aged 80 years, 6 months. 

CHILDREN. 

716 Christiana, born 1819 ; died in infancy. 

717 Sarah Adams, born 1820; married first, 

Moratio Washburn, who died July 17, 1858; mar- 
ried second, Giles Fales at New l^edford. 

718 Nahum, born 1823; married Sally Otis 

Weston at Duxbury in 1846; had one son, Henry 
Miller, who died young. 

719 Christiana Washburn, born August i, 1827; married 

James Washburn (brother of Horatio), August 23, 
1846; had one child, Cassandra Vernon, bom 
August 25, 1847 ; married Rev. Michael Buni- 
ham, D. D., formerly of Springfield, now of Pil- 
grim Church of St. Louis, Mo. 

720 Ann Washburn, born 1832; married 

first, William Barstow ; he died in 1861 ; she mar- 
ried second, John Elbridge ; had one child, Sarah. 

721 Emily Adeline, born 1837 ; married first, 

Horace S. Miller of West Springfield, November, 
1852 ; married second, Cyrus W. Ripley of Kings- 
ton, October, 1892; had five children, liomcr \i., 
Norman, William, Emily and Adeline. 

-473- 

(From page 357.) . 

EDWIN BAILEY, son of Paul Bailey and Sibyl B. (liatcs) 
Bailey, was born in Scituatc, April 2, 1813. He married May 3, 
1837, Margaret M. Dyas, daughter of James Dyas, of Wiscassct, 
Me. She died January 28, 1895, ^'i^' 'i^ ^^^^^^ i" Newton, Mass., 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 385 

January i8, 1898. Edwin Bailey, the first child of Paul Bailey 
and Sibyl (Bates) Bailey, (with the exception of Martha who died 
when only a little more than three years old), left home (the farm 
at Farm Neck, Scituate) when about 15 years old, perhaps in the 
year 1828, and went to Boston where he was apprenticed to 
Washburn Brothers, architects and builders. Having learned 
his trade, he married on May 3, 1837, Margaret M. Dyas, 
daughter of James Dyas of Wiscasset, Me., and made his home 
in East Boston where he followed the business of carpenter and 
builder until 1858. Here his ten children were born. He was 
one of the first builders in East Boston, and built, probably, the 
first large schoolhouses and other city buildings in that section. 
In 1858 he returned to the farm at North Scituate and built 
the present house which stands on the site of the old farm- 
house, occupied by Ebenezer, Paul, ist, and Paul, 2nd, and 
became a farmer for the rest of his life. He died at the home 
of his daughter, Mrs. Henry N. Clark in Newton, January 
18, 1898. 

CHILDREN. 

722 Paul Edwin, born February 24, 1838; died 

723 James Dyas, born July 16, 1839; married first, Rebecca 

A. Hartley ; married second, Maria E. Sweetser, 
October 3, 1871. 

724 Margaret Anna, born December 14, 1840; married 

Noah Curtis of Quincy, Mass. 

725 John William, born October 22, 1842 ; was a soldier in 

Company G, 39th Regiment, M. V. M., during the 
war of the Rebellion, and died May 28, 1884. 

726 Samuel Mills, born October 17, 1844, was a soldier in 

Company D, loth 111. Cavalry, in the war of the 
Rebellion, and died October 19, 1863, while in 
the service. 

727 Mira Bates, born June 24, 1846; died July 2, 1884. 

728 George Henry, born June 25, 1848 ; married Ella F. 

Sweetser, October 24, 1878 ; had two children, 
Herbert and Wilmarth. 



386 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

729 Harriet Newell, born June 23, 1850; married Henry 

N. Clark; had two children, Annie M. and Elsie. 

730 Hubbard Winslow, born May 2, 1852 ; died Decem- 

ber 25, 1852. 

731 Frank Winslow, born January 2},, 1856; married 

Martha E. Hatch, January 25, 1878; had one 
child, Edwin D. 

-474- 

(From page 357.) 

SAMUEL BATES BAILEY, son of Paul Bailey and 
Sibyl B. (Bates) Bailey was born in Scituate, November 5, 1814. 
He married He learned his trade in Boston ; 

removed to New York city, where he carried on the business of 
carpenter for the most of his life, having his home at Staten 
Island. He died June 12, 1888. 

CHILDREN. 

732 Paul, born 

733 Charles, born 
And two others. 

-475- 

(From page 357.) 

HENRY HOLMES BAILEY, son of Paul Bailey and Sibyl 
B. (Bates) Bailey, was born in Scituate, September 27, 1816. He 
married first, Mary F. Cobb of Eastham, Mass. She died Janu- 
ary I, 1848. He married for his second wife, September, 1850, 
Elizabeth Bellamy, daughter of John Bellamy of Portland, Me. 
He went to Boston when a young man, and was with Washburn 
Brothers, architects and builders, for several years, and afterwards 
devoted himself to the same business, until his health became 
seriously impaired. For the last 20 years he has been an invalid. 
He lived at 12 Concord Square, Boston, where he died August 7, 
1899, at the advanced age of 83 years. He had one child by 
each wife. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 387 

CHILDREN. 

734 Henry Harding, born ; died March 28, 

1848. 

735 Sibylla, born ; married Oliver Crane. 

-476- 

(From page 357.) 

SALLY BATES BAILEY, daughter of Paul Bailey and 
Sibyl B. (Bates) Bailey, was born in Scituate, November 26, 
1 81 8. She married Capt. William Kilburn of Cohasset, 
Mass. He was captain of the fishing schooner called the "Wil- 
liam and Nancy," which sailed from Cohasset Harbor as early as 
1 8 16, and was owned by Levi Tower. She died November 8, 
1882, leaving two sons. 

^ CHILDREN. 

736 William, born 

737 Henry, born 

-477- 

(From page 357.) 

MARTHA ANN BAILEY, daughter of Paul Bailey and 
Sibyl B. (Bates) Bailey, was born in Scituate, October 4, 1820. 
She married October 12, 1848, John B. Whitney. She makes 
her home with her son in Boston. 

CHILDREN. 

738 Frederick Bailey Whitney, born November 25, 1850; 

lives in Boston. 

739 Henrietta Olive, born October i, 1855 5 li^'^s in Med- 

ford, Mass.; married George H. Barker. 

-478- 

(From page 357.) 

SIBYL BATES BAILEY, daughter of Paul Bailey and 
Sibyl B. (Bates) Bailey, was born in Scituate, March 2, 1823. 
She married October 11, 1846, John A. Robie of Boston. She 
died August 12, 1887, leaving three sons. 



388 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

740 Walter E., born August 11, 1848. 

741 Edgar H., born May 9, 1852. 

742 John A., born December 2, 1859; died 

-479- 

(From page 357.) 

PAUL BAILEY, son of Paul Bailey and Sibyl B. (Bates) 
Bailey, was born in Scituate, May 8, 1825. He married January 
19, 1851, Lydia Drew Marsh, daughter of Thomas Marsh and 
Lydia (Burbank) Marsh of Plymouth, Mass. She was born in 
Plymouth, July 4, 1826, and she died December 11, 1861. He" 
married for his second wife, Mary E. Bragdon, April 28, 1864. 
She was born September i, 1833, and was a daughter of John 
Bragdon and Mary (Hemmenway) Bragdon. Paul Bailey lived 
in East Boston for more than 40 yearSj^where he carried on the 
business of carpenter and builder, and died there September 21, 
1895. ^^'s children were by first marriage, and were born in 
East Boston. 

CHILDREN. 

743 Minnie Florence, born November 6, 1853 ; married 
Clarence J. Bragdon, December 25, 1879. (See 
page 408.) 

744 Charles Herbert, born November 29, 1856; died 

August 18, 1895. 

-603- 

(From page 360.) 

JOHN WADE BAILEY, son of Job Bailey and Lydia 
Foster (Wade) Bailey, was born He married 

Priscilla Vinal. 

CHILDREN. 

745 Edward Willis, born 

746 Joseph Tilden, born 

-505- 

(From page 360.) 
GEORGE WHITEFIELD BAILP:Y, son of Job Bailey 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENEKATION. 389 

and Lydia Foster (Wade) Bailey, was born August i, 1830. He 
married Hannah Wade Briggs. He died in Scituate in 1891. 

CHILDREN. 

747 Herbert Briggs, born 

748 Job Foster, born June 13, 1865, died August 10, 1866, 

aged 13 months, 27 days. 

-507- 

(From page 361.) 

JOSEPH BAILEY, son of Joseph Bailey and Sarah Wells 
(Wood) Bailey, was born . He married Mary 

Sanborn, 

CHILDREN. 

749 Hattie, born 

750 Abby, born 

751 Josephine, born 

752 Nelly, born 

753 Walter, born 

-508- 

(From page 361.) 

FRANKLIN BAILEY, son of Joseph and Sarah Wells 
(Wood) Bailey, was born . He married Elizabeth 

Lampreel, 

CHILDREN. 

754 J. F"rank, born 

755 A daughter, born 

-516- 

(From page 361.) 

THOMAS TILDEN BAILEY, son of Thomas Tilden 
l-5ailey and Hannah (Wade) Bailey, was born in Scituate, F'ebru- 
ary 21, 1830. He married Maria Antoinette Scott. 

CHILDREN. 

756 Ellen Maria, born December 20, 1853. (See 
page 408.) 



390 PAKT THKIiE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

757 Carrie Winthrop, born January 17, 1858. (See 

page 408.) 

758 t'lora Lillie, born September 11, 1859. (See 

page 409.) 
759 Alice Russell, born i860 ; died same year. 

-517- 

(From page 361.) 

JOTHAM WADE BAILEY, son of Thomas Tilden 
Bailey and Hannah (Wade) Bailey, was born in Scituate, May 5, 
1832. He married Helen M. Seaverns. He died in Scituate, 
November 4, 1888. 

CHILDREN. 

760 Edward Seaverns, born July 28, 1854. (See 
page 409.) 

761 Henry Lewis, born April 2^, 1856; died September 17, 

1857. 

762 Westley Manning, born April 13, 1863 ; died October 

3. 1867. 
763- Willard Lester, born February 12, 1865; married 

Carrie Smith. 
754 Helen Miriam, born October 29, 1866. (See 

page 409.) 

-519- 

(From page 361.) 

DEA. CHARLES EDWARD BAILEY, son of Thomas 
Tilden Bailey and Hannah (Wade) Bailey, was born in Scituate, 
January 26, 1838. He married Eudora Turner, November, 1864. 
She was born in Scituate, June 19, 1840, and was probably a 
descendant of Humphrey Turner, who was one of the first 
settlers in Scituate, in 1633. Dea. Chas. E, Bailey died in 
Scituate, September 26, 1889. His children were born in 
Scituate. 

CHILDREN. 

765 Henry Turner, born December 9, 1865. (See 
page 409.) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 39I 

766 Frederick Tilden, born March 5, 1867. (See 
page 410.) 

767 Albert Edward, born March ii, 1871. 

768 Charles Waldo, born October 22, 1872. 

769 Sarah Tilden, born October 20, 1877. 

770 Emma Florence, born November 13, 1879. 

771 Bertha May, born November 14, 1880 ; died in 1885. 

-520- 

(From page 362.) 

CAPT. DAVIS WATERMAN BAILEY, son of Water 
man Bailey and Rebecca (Gannett) Bailey, was born in Scitu- 
ate, . He married first, Ellen Hunt ; married sec- 

ond, Hunt. He was probably Captain of Company 

H, 42nd Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, during the Civil 
War. His children were born in Scituate ; the last one was 
by second wife. 

CHILDREN. 

772 Ellen Augusta, born 

773 Edwin, born 

774 Ruth Gannett, born 

775 Harriet Augusta, born 

776 James Thomas, born 
T'jy Edith, born 

-529- 

(From page 363.) 

MARIA BAILEY, daughter of Seth Bailey, Jr., and 
Polly (James) Bailey, was born on Vianna Island, Va.. in 
1803. She married March 18, 1830, Frederick Shipman, and 
lived at Marietta, Ohio, until he died, August 26, 1839. She 
died in Elmdale, Kan., 1889. Her children were born in Mari- 
etta, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

778 Mary Sibyl, born December 28, 1830; married John 
R. Everett in 1851. He died in 1852, and she 
married second, Byron Sloper, in 1856; he died 
at Elmdale, Kan., October 14, 1885. 



392 PARI THKF.E. EIGHTH FENERATION. 

779 Joshua Seth, born March 6, 1832 ; married Sarah Car- 

penter. She died July 23, 1858. He married 
second, Jennie Gifford in 1864 ; she died in 1874. 
and he married third, R. Addie Seamans, in 1876. 

780 Julia M., born February 23, 1835 i married first, 

John Lyons ; married second, Capt. A. J. Meiritt. 
She died at St. Joseph, Mo., March 2, 1862. 

781 Charles F., born about 1838 ; drowned in Ohio River, 

June 25, 1844, aged 6 years. 

-531- 

(From page 363.) 

SETH BAILEY, Jr., son of Seth Bailey and Polly (James) 
Bailey, was born in Warren, Washington County, Ohio, Septem- 
ber 9, 1806. He married December 31, 1833, Sarah Devol 
McClure, daughter of Andrew McClure and Mary (Devol) 
McClure of Waterford Township, Washington County, Ohio. 
She was born September 30, 1809. He married second, Septem- 
ber 17, 1839, Mary Ann Scott, daughter of John Scott and 
Nancy (I*atterson) Scott, near Wheeling, W. Va. She was 
born April 19, 1814, and was living in 1897. ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^Y 
27, 1884, at Coolville, Ohio. His last seven children were by his 
second wife. 

CHILDREN. 

782 Mary, born ; married Martin Van lUircn 

Athey. 

783 Nancy Ann, born ; married Henry 

Mathies, December 25, 1884. 

784 Isabella, born 

785 Lydia Jane, born ; married David B. Sin- 

clair, June 16, 1871. 

786 Sarah Elizabeth, born ; died in infancy, 

June, 1849. 

787 Seth Austin, born ; married Mary Eliza- 

beth Claggett, March 24, 1892. 

788 Julia Augusta, born ; married John Bev- 



THOMAS OK WKVMOUTIi llUy\NLlI. i:iL.lllll GKN ICK ATION . 393 

eriy Douglas, March 24, 1874; married second, 
Newton Perry, June 2, 1885. 

789 Alice Rosetta, born 

-533- 

(From page 364.) 

JOHN JAMES BAILEY, son of Seth Bailey, Jr., and 
Polly (James) Bailey, was born in Warren, Washington County, 
Ohio, April 15, 1810. He married January 25, 1836, Mary 
(Polly) Chapman, daughter of Isaac Chapman and Sarah (Per- 
kins) Chapman. She was born April 15, 1812, and died May 2, 
1859. He died May 9, 1849. His children were born at 
Warren, Washington County, Ohio. Warren, Washington 
County, Ohio, is a township southeast of Marietta, Ohio, on the 
Ohio River. The post office address is Constitution, Ohio. 
They lived six miles below Marietta on the Ohio River. 

CHILDREN. 

790 Charles Chapman, born November 6, 1836; died Janu- 

ary 13, 1841. 
791 Sarah, born July 8, 1838 (See page 410.) 

792 John Worthington, born November 7, 1841 ; married 

Louise Carpenter, November, 1870; living at 
Foster, Bates County, Mo. 

793 Elizabeth Burgess, born September 10, 1844; died 

June 18, 1845. 

794 Georgette Elizabeth, born June 6, 1846; died May 12, 

1849. 

-536- 

(From page 364.) 

WILLIAM DENISON BAILEY, son of Seth Bailey, Jr., 
and Polly (James) Bailey, was born in Warren, Ohio, May 24, 
1816. He married first, in 1848, Mary Annette Ward. She 
died in 1848. He married second, Elizabeth S. Emerson, in 
1850. He died in Marietta, Ohio, April 10, 1894. He had one 
child by first wife, and four by second wife. His children were 
born in Marietta, Ohio. He united with the Presbyterian 

27 



394 PAKT rURKE. EIGHTH GENEKATION. 

Church, and continued a member for about 60 years. He 
graduated at Marietta College in 1843. 

CHILDREN. 

795 Nettie M., born ; married 

Walton, and died in Lincoln, Neb., leaving an 
only daughter, Mrs. Mary I^merson I^'erris of 
Lincoln, Neb. 

796 Ella Francis, born 

797 Lucy Denison, born ; lives at Marietta, 

Ohio. 

798 William Emerson, born 

799 Charles Emerson, born ; is a minmg engi- 

neer ; lives at Virginia, Minn. 

-546- 

(From pasj;e 365.) 

1<:RASTUS warren liAILEV, son of Marlm Hailey 
and Betsey (Clark) Bailey, was born September 21, 1822. He 
inarried May 29, 1845, Rebecca A. Sockman, daughter of John 
Sockman and IClizabeth A. Sockman of Zanesville, Ohio. She 
died previous to 1853, and he married January 3, 1853, for his 
second wife, Martha Anne Hatch Hawling, of Zanesville, Ohio, 
daughter nf Jesse I'ike hLawlingand Jane Sanderson Hawling of 
Norwich, Conn., and Zanesville, Ohio. She was born March 24. 
1829, and was living in 1897 at Columbus, Ohio. He died 
August 15, 1872. He had two children by his first wife and 
seven by his second wife. 

CHILDREN. 

800 Viola, born ; probably born in Zanesville. 

Ohio, and died there early. 

So I Alonzo. born ; probably born in Zanes- 

ville, Ohio. 

802 Ida I-5elle, born October 5, irS55 ; died at l)avcni)oit. 

Iowa, November 3, 1857. 

803 Lillie May, born April 8, 1858; lives at Columbus. 

Ohio.' 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 395 

804 Birdie, born May 21, i860; died at Zanesville, Ohio, 

September 18, 1861. 

805 Ada, born July 29, 1862 ; married William Taylor 

McClure, and lives at Columbus, Ohio. 

806 Francis, born March 9, 1865 ; married Scott Anderson 

Webb, July 4, 1894, and lives at Columbus, Ohio. 

807 Edwin, born October 12, 1866 ; married Belle Holmes, 

and lives at Columbus, Ohio. 

808 Martha Hawling, born November 28, 1868. 

-578- 

(From page 368.) 

Dr. GEORGE BARTLETT BAILEY, Jr , son of Dr. 
George Bartlett Bailey and Jane (McConaughy) Bailey, was born 
at Georgetown, Ohio, June 29, 1821. He married October 15, 
1847, Margaret Davidson, at Aberdeen, Ohio. He died at Guy- 
andotte, Va., November 10, 1861. She died at Cincinnati, Ohio, 
soon after her husband. His children were born at Aberdeen, 
Ohio. George Bartlett Bailey, Jr., was a man of unusual 
promise and vigor of character, and but for his untimely death 
in 1861, would doubtless have risen to prominence. He was 
brought up with and was an intimate friend of U. S. Grant, who 
was always a warm friend of the family. He spent a life of use- 
fulness, practicing his (medical) jirofession first in Aberdeen, 
Ohio, later in Portsmouth, Ohio. He left Portsmouth as cap- 
tain of the " Kinney Light Guards " in the ist Ohio Regiment 
during the late war, and was at the first battle of Bull Run. 
His regiment was enlisted for three months, and disbanded July 
31, 1861. Shortly after being disbanded he raised or was 
recruiting a regiment m West Virginia known as the "9th Vir- 
ginia Infantry." He was serving as lieutenant-colonel when 
he fell in his country's service at Guyandotte, W. Va., on 
November 10, 1861. 

" His life was gentle, and the elements so mixed in hinn 
That Nature might stand up and say to all the world, 
This was a man." 

CHILDREN. 

809 Child, born 184S ; died in infancy. 



396 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

8iO Mary K, born 1850; married Charles 

Scheisz in 1869, and lives in Indianapolis, Ind. 

811 Nathan Hale, born 1852; died in infancy. 

812 Hattie, born 1854; died in infancy. 

813 Ella C, born 1856 ; died in infancy. 

814 James B., born 1858 ; died in infancy. 

-580- 

(From page 368.) 

MARY BAILEY, daughter of Dr. George Bartlett Bailey 
and Jane (McConaughy) Bailey, was born at Georgetown, Ohio, 
October 19, 1823. She married March 12, 1851, Rev. John 
Welsh, son of John Welsh of London, England. Rev. John 
Welsh was born in 1825. His wife, Mary, died April 20, 1871, 
at Camden, Mo. Children, except George, all married in the 
West after death of their mother. 

CHILDREN. 

815 George Bailey Welsh, born 

816 Wilbur, born 

817 Mary L., born 

818 Albion, born 

819 Adelaide, born 

820 Jessie, born 

821 Elizabeth, born 

-581- 

(From page 368.) 

LUCINDA PERRY BAILEY, daughter of Dr. George 
l^artlett Bailey and Jane (McConaughy) Bailey, was born at 
Georgetown, Ohio, July 31, 1829. She married May 16, 1850, 
Dr. John H. Power. He died September 4, 1858. Their chil- 
dren were born at Georgetown, Ohio. 

CHILDREN. 

822 Harriet, born March 27, 1852 ; married Rufus L. Lite 

in 1872, an attorney of Georgetown, and he still 
lives there. She died November 23, 1884. 

823 George, born ; died aged ubout 22 years. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERA llON. 397 

-604- 

(From page 370.) 

SARAH CROSBY BAILEY, daughter of Rev. Winthrop 
Bailey and Martha (Stanwood) Bailey, was born April 5, 1815, 
at Pelham, Mass. She married at Deerfield, Mass., December 
4, 1834, Samuel F. Hallock of Milton, N. Y. They resided for 
many years at Riceville, Pa. She died October 12, 1881. He 
died September 25, 1877. 

CHILDREN. 

824 Martha Elizabeth, born November 6, 1835. 

825 Winthrop, born February 2, 1838. 

826 Seraphina Joy, born November 13, 1840; died Novem- 

ber 5, 1850. 

827 Sara Isabella, born April 1, 1843 ; died June 9, 1850. 

828 Hannah Stanwood, born November 26, 1845. 

829 Patrick Falconer, born March 30, 1849. 

830 Nicholas Edward, born August 29, 1852. 

831 Nathaniel, born February 21, 1858; died August 26, 

1858. 

-605- 

CFrom page 370.) 

HANNAH STANWOOD BAILEY, daughter of Rev. 
Winthrop Bailey and Martha (Stanwood) Bailey, was born June 
8 1817, at Pelham, Mass. She married Horatio N. Conant at 
New York, June 26, 1842. They lived in Milwaukee, Wis., 
where Mr. Conant died September 20, 1859. 

CHILDREN. 

832 Ella Stanwood, born March 16, 1843; died January 27 

1847. 

833 Ernest, born March 26, 1847 ; died December 20, 1884. 

834 Frederick Holland, born June 18, 1849; died P'ebruary 

26, 1854. 

-606- 

(From page 370.) 

MARTHA GRAY BAILEY, daughter of Rev. Winthrop 
Bailey and Martha (Stanwood) Bailey, was born February 19, 



398 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1819, at Pclham, Mass. She married Rufus W. Tier of James- 
town, N. Y., September 11, 1845, at Milwaukee, Wis. She died 
at I'ittsburg, December 24, 1888. Mr. Pier died at Pittsburg, 

September 30, 1893. 

CHILDREN. 

835 William Stanwood, born July 20, 1846, died Decem- 

ber 27, 1892. 

836 Caroline 11, born July 23, 1848. 

837 Clarence, born July 15, 185 1 ; died young. 

838 Charles M., born July 15, 1851. 

-607- 

(From page 37 1 .) 

FRANCIS PARKMAN BAILEY, son of Rev. Winthrop 
Bailey and Martha (Stanwood) Bailey, was born in Pelhnm, 
November 26, 1820. He married October 12, 1847, Caroline 
Pier, daughter of Rufus Pier at Jamestown, N. Y. She died 
July 14, 1859, and he married for his second wife, P^ebruary 7, 
1861, Martha I'icr, daughter of Norman Pier, at Titusville, l\n. 
He was engaged in business at Utica, N. Y., in 1839, at Dexter- 
ville, N. Y., in 1840-2 and at Milwaukee, Wis., in 1843, with 
H. N. Conant & Co. He moved to Jamestown, N. Y., in 1844, 
and was associated with Frank W. Palmer and Ebenezer P. 
Upham as proprietors of X.\\c Jamgs town Joiirnal wntW about 1850. 
He moved to Erie in 1850, and was clerk with Lester, Sennctt 
& Chester (foundry). In 1852 he was teller and general clerk 
for the banking house of Williams & Wright. In 1853 ^^^^ 
banking house of C. B. Wright & Co. was formed, composed of 
C. B. Wright, V. P. Bailey and C. ¥.. Gunnison, who continued 
until the latter part of 1858, when C. B. Wright bought out 
Bailey and Gunnison, and rented banking rooms to the llnnk of 
Commerce, V. P. Bailey closing up the affairs of C. IV Wright & 
Co. In i860 was formed the banking house of Vincent, Bailey 
& Co., composed of B. B. Vincent, F. P. Bailey, William Bell, 
Jr., W. S. Lane and John Wood, which continued until 1865. 
In 1864 a charter was procured for the Marine National Bank of 
Erie, of which F. P. Bailey was cashier until his death, Decem- 
ber 17, 1888. He had four children, two by each wife. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 399 

CHILDREN. 

839 Kverett H., born A[)ril lo, 1850. (See page 411.) 

840 Katharine, born ; died in infancy. 

841 Francis Winthrop, born July 11, 1866. 

842 Florence E., born February 8, 1868. 

-608- 

(From page 371.) 

ELIZABETH LEE BAILEY, daughter of Rev. Win- 
throp Bailey and Martha (Stanwood) Bailey, was born November 
21, 1822, in Pelham, Mass. She married Samuel Erastus Foote 
of Jamestown, N. Y., October 20, 1842. He died at St. Louis, 
July 7, 1844. 

CHILDREN. 

843 Francis Bailey, born July 24, 1844 i tlied August 23, 

1851. 

844 Charles Stanwood, born March 7, 1847 ; died August 

15. i«47- 

845 Emerson Lee, born November 25, 1848. 

846 Annie Cheney, born March 10, 1851. 

847 I'^lizabeth, born September 20, 1854 ; died young. 

848 Mary Isabella, born July 23, 1856 ; died Se|)tembcr 26, 

1857. 

849 Arthur Hoyt, born July 28, 1858. 

850 EmUy Kneval, born January 18, 1862. 

-609- 

(From page 371.) 

ANNIE JEAN BAILEY, daughter of Rev. Winthrop 
Bailey and Martha (Stanwood) Bailey, was born February 12, 
1826, at Greenfield, Mass. She married J. Warren Fletcher of 
Jamestown, N. Y., June 5, 1843. She died March 3, 1872. 

CHILDREN. 

851 Francis, born ; died young. 

852 Frank Winthrop, born January 20, 1849. 

853 lielle, born 1851 ; died January i, 1857. 



400 PART THRKK. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

854 Charles Bailey, born July 12, 1856. 

855 Sarah Maria, born ; died young. 

856 Susan, born ; died young. 

-611- 

(From page 371.) 

MARY DUNCAN BAILEY, daughter of Rev. Winthrop 
Biiley and Martha (Stanwood) l^ailey, was born May 23, 1831, in 
Ueerheld, Mass. She married Knute Alfred Peterson of Mil- 
waukee, Wis., May 15, 1852. He died April 9, 1876, and Mrs. 
Peterson died July 20, 1886. 

CHILDREN. 

857 Knute Duncan, born May 6, 1854. 

858 Mary Elizabeth Kemper, born September 29, 1857. 

859 Alfreda Hallstrom, born March 4, 1861 ; died June 19, 

1861. 

860 Helena Mabel Hallstrom, born February 26, 1863; 

died October 6, 1881. 

861 Maude Evangeline, born October 25, 1865; died July 

17, 1866. 

862 Miriam Grace Birdseye, born February i, 187 1. 

-618- 

(From page 372.) 

WH.LIAM HOMER BAILEY, son of William Bailey 
and Anna Homer (Tilton) liailey, was born in Milford, Mass., 
January 2"], 1824. He married Alzina Ball l^ailey, daughter of 
Henry iiailey and Betsey (Lincoln) Bailey, June i, 1845. The 
ceremony was performed by Rev. Adin Ballou. She was bom 
December 7, 1827. His children were born in Milford They 
have resided in Milford, Worthington, Ohio, Upton and 
Westboro. 

CHILDREN. 

863 Anna Rozilla, born May 31, 1846 ; died young. 

864 William II., born September 9, 1849; married July 9, 

1877. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 4OI 

865 Walter G., born February 4, 1857 ; married October 

17, 1877. 

866 Edward M., born August 5, 1858. 

867 D. Alton, born February 11, 1866; died young. 

868 Eva, born in Upton, April 2, 1867 ; died young. 

-623- 

(From page 372.) 

THOMAS BUCKLIN BAILEY, son of William Bailey 
and Anna Homer (Tilton) Bailey, was born in Milford, Mass., 
August 12, 1832. Remarried March 15, 1859, Mary Jane Car- 
penter. The ceremony was by Rev. Henry Pratt. She was a 
daughter of Dea. Charles Carpenter and Polly (Perry) Carpenter 
of Dudley, Mass., and born there October 20, 1839. His chil- 
dren were born in Milford, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

869 Frederick Irvin, born December 19, 1859; died 1897; 

not married. 

870 Arthur Carpenter, born March 17, 1863; died Febru- 

ary 24, 1864. 

871 Jennie Amelia, born April 12, 1866 ; died April 17, 

1876. 

872 Everett Arthur, born April 16, 1870; died April 15, 

1876. 
8y^ Thomas Wendall, born April ly, 1877. 

-624- 

(From page 373.) 

JAMES DEWING BAILEY, son of Eliphalet Bailey and 
Miranda (Bovvker) Bailey, was born in Milford, Mass., December 
I, 1825. He married June 6, 1849, Abigail R. Tilton, daughter 
of Daniel Tilton and Ellen Thusa (Polley) Tilton. She was 
born in 1830, perhaps at Hopedale, where she was married. 
His children were born in Milford. 

CHILDREN. 

874 James Oscar, born March 5, 1850; married Mary 
Lizzie Bowers, October 20, 1875. 



402 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

875 Edgar L, born January 15, 1852; married Eva Ellen 

Jewell, July 26, 1876. 

876 Ezra Hunt, born December 25, 1853 ; married Lorrette 

Benson, January 18, 1879. 

-632- 

(From page 374.) 

BENJAMIN HOLLOWAY BAILEY, son of Holloway 
Bailey and Lucy (Sawyer) Bailey, was born in Berlin, Mass., 
July 5, 1829. He married in 1864, Emily Francis Sampson, 
daughter of Ezra W. Sampson. He graduated at Harvard Col- 
lege in 1854, and from Harvard Divinity School in i86o. He 
was settled over the First Parish Church in Dedham in 1861. He 
was settled over the First Parish Church in Portland, Me , in 
1867, and over the Second Parish Church in Marblehead in 1872, 
and over the Unitarian Church in Maiden in 1884. 

CHILDREN. 

877 Selina Wadsworth, born November, 1865. 

878 Henry Holloway, born October 2, 1867 ; married 

Frances Harlow, daughter of Lieut. \\ d V. 
Wadsworth, April 15, 1896. 

879 Augustus Allen, born December 3, 1869. 

880 Benjamin Percival, born December 25, 1873. 

881 Lucy Sawyer, born May i, 1878. 

-636- 

(From page 374.) 

JOHN LEWIS BAILEY, son of Holloway Bailey and 
Lucy (Sawyer) Bailey, was born in Berlin, Mass., April 7, 1837. 
He married November 14, 1869, Frances E. Dewey, daughter of 
J udge Daniel Dewey of Williamstown, Mass., and resides in 
Newton, Mass. 

CHILDREN. 

882 Lucy, born March 3, 1871 ; died July 12, 1871 

883 Anna Gray, born August 15, 1872 ; died Dcccrnhei 19, 

1879. 



THOMAS OF WKYMOUTH MKANCIl. KIOHTIl GENERATION. 4O3 

884 Isabel Dewey, born l'\'bruary 3, 1875. 

885 Edward Sawyer, born February 11, 1877 ; died Decem- 

ber 15, 1879. 

-640- 

(From page 374.) 

JOSEPH CALVIN BAILEY, son of Calvin Bailey and 
Catherine (Jones) Bailey, was born in Northboro, April 2, 1822. 
He married December 2, 1847, Ellen Maria Bailey, daughter of 
Richard \V. Bailey. 

CHILDREN. 

886 Richard Whitney, born April 24, 1849. 

887 Harry Balch, born February 27, 1853. 

888 Frank, born August 14, 1857; died December 25, 

1878. 

-641- 

(From page 375.) 

LEWIS EDWARD BAILEY, son of Calvin Bailey and 
Catherine (Jones) Bailey, was born February 28, 1824 at North- 
boro, Mass. He married July 15, 1852, Margaret Emeline 
Amne of Baltimore, Md. 

CHILDREN. 

889 Calvin Curtis, born May i, 1853 ; died June 19, 1859. 

890 Jessie Slingluff, born June i, 1856. 

891 Joseph Cushing, born August 16, 1858. 

892 Lewis Herbert, born December 15, 1862. 

893 Maria Amne, born August 12, 1866; died August 31, 

1870. 

-642- 

(From page 375.) 

GE:0RGE HENRY BAILEY, son of Calvin Bailey and 
Catherine (Jones) Bailey, was born at Northboro, December 13 
1827. He married March 26, 1855, Hannah M. Rider, at Jersey 
City, N. J. She was a daughter of Barzilla Rider and 
Hannah E. Rider, born at Jersey City, October 6, 1833. They 
reside at Washington, D. C". 



404 PART THREE. EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN. 

894 Alice Catherine, born January 8, 1856. 

895 Eloise Elizabeth, born May 31, 1857 i died January 10, 

1892. 

896 George Howard, born June 4, 1859. 

§97 Calvin Weston, born January 20, 1861. (See page 411.) 

898 William Marvin, born November 27, 1862. (See 

page 412.) 

899 Emily Adelaide, born October 13, 1864. (See 

page 412.) 
900 Thomas P>elinghuysen, born September 14, 1866. 
901 Charles Lincoln, born March 11, 1869. (See 

page 412.) 
902 Mabel Flora, born April 4, 1872. 

-648- 

(From page 375.) 

GEORGE EDSON BAILEY, son of Dea. Jacob Bailey 
and Sally Sumner (Skinner) Bailey, was born at Mansfield, 
Mass., January i, 1829. He married Ellen A. Hall, daughter of 
Hermon Hall and Fanny (Copeland) Hall, October 16, 185 1. 
She was born June 25, 1832, and died April 8, 1861. He mar 
ried second, Sarah Sprague of Duxbury, Mass., June 17, 1862. 
She was born March 17, 1836, and died February 17, 1873. He 
married third, Susan H. (Shepard) Stratton, May 23, 1880. 
She was born April i, 1838, and died August 21, 1884 ^e and 
his sons carry on a large baking business in Mansfield, Mass. 
He was the inventor of the Bailey patent oven, known by bakers 
on both sides of the Atlantic. He has a large farm and a hand- 
some residence in Mansfield. 

CHILDREN. 

903 Marion Augusta, born October 3, 1852. (See 

page 412.) 

904 Carrie Edson, born March 29, 1854. (See page 413.) 

905 Harriet Sumner, born September 29, 1855. (See 

page 413) 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. EIGHTH GENERATION. 4O5 

906 George Palmer, born September 7, 1857. (See 

page 413) 

907 Frank Hermon, born June 9, 1859. (See page 414.) 

908 Sarah Sprague, born February 15, 1873. 

-649- 

(From page 375.) 

DEBORAH CAROLINE BAILEY, daughter of Dea. 
Jacob Bailey and Sally Sumner (Skinner) Bailey, was born July 
23, 1830. She married Charles A. Turner, June 14, 1851. She 
died May 22, 1878. 

CHILDREN. 

909 Caroline Augusta, born July, 1852 ; died August 14, 

1852. 

910 Sarah Jeanette, born October 10, 1853 ; married F. 

N. Stearns ; died July 13, 1894 ; no children. 

91 1 Mary Fisher, born November, 1858 ; died July 10, 1882, 

aged 23 years, 8 months. 

912 William Henry, born 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

-661- 

(From page 378.) 

MIRIAM HUSSEY BAILEY, daughter of John Hailcy 
and Anna (Tabcr) Hailey, was born December 5, 1813, at Han- 
over, Mass. She married William Gifford, Jr., of Falmouth at 
New licdford, November 21, 1833, and moved to Peoria, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

913 Helen Catherine, born June 15, 1835, at New Ik'dford ; 

married Elias H. Pratt ; died May 7, 1863. 

914 Caroline, born December 2, 1836, at New Bedford ; 

died August 10, 1837, at Peoria, 111. 

915 Anna Taber, born May 24, 1839; marrietl Edward 

Butler, March 19, i860; died May, 1895. 

916 John Bailey, born September 21, 1841 ; married Louisa 

Johnson in 1861. 

917 Susan Lorinda, born April 23, 1844; married Edward 

Merrill. 

918 Charles, born October 30, 1845 ; married Lucy 

Prentiss. 

919 Edward, born December 10, 1847; died March, 1856. 

920 Irene, born August 4, 1850; married Edward C. 

Douglas. 

921 Miriam Hussey, born August 4, 1850; married Isaac 

W. Grant, E)ecembcr 26, 1871. 

922 William Herbert, born October 20, 1852 ; died in 1853. 

923 Alice Gertrude, born April 5, 1856 ; married lohu 

Bowman, March 31, 1893. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. NINTH GENEkAllON. 407 

-708- 

(From page 383.) 

GEORGE BAILEY, son of Ward Bailey and Sarah 
(Lucas) Bailey, was born in 1806. He married Sarah Stetson 
of Pembroke, Mass. He lived in Middleboro, Mass., where he 
died in June, 1864. 

CHILDREN. • 

924 Sarah, born 

925 Mehitable, born 

-709- 

(From page 383.) 

THOMAS BAILEY, son of Ward Bailey and Sarah 
(Lucas) Bailey, was born June 10, 1809. He married Cynthia 
Chandler in 1831. She died July 12, 1868. 

CHILDREN. 

926 Christopher T., born 

927 Martha R., born ; died young. 

928 Justus A., born 1838. 

929 Horace Porter, born 1840. 

930 George, born 1841. 

931 Roland, born 1843 ; lost at sea. 

932 Laura L., born 1846; married Louis Henry 

Keith. 

933 Frederick, born 1849. 

-710- 

(From page 383.) 

MARY ANN BAILEY, daughter of Ward Bailey and 
Sarah (Lucas) Bailey, was born October 7, 1812. She married 
December 22, 1833, J*'^^ ^- Drew. She died October 17, 1869. 

CHILDREN. 

934 Thomas l^radford, born i834- 

935 Allen Judson, born ; died young. 

936 Martha Elizabeth, born 1839; married Walter 

E. Waterman. 



4o8 I'Akr iiiki-.i',. ninih gknkkaiion. 

937 Juliet Maria, born 1843 ; married Martin 1'. 

Washburn. 

-743- 

(From page 388.) 

MINNIE F. BAILEY, daughter of Paul Bailey and Lydia 
Drew (Marsh) Bailey, was born at East Boston, November 6, 
1853. She married Deeember 25, 1879, Clarence J. Bragdon. 
He was born April 3, 1854, and was a son of Christopher Brag- 
don. They reside in South Weymouth. Her children were 
born in Minnesota. 

CHILDREN. 

938 Mary Sibyl, born June 5, 1882; died at l'"ast lioston, 

March 4, 1884. 

939 Hazel, born August 5, 1885. 

940 Paul, born January 30, 1893 J "^icd in Minnesota, Sep- 

tember 7, 1895. 

-756- 

(From page 389.) 

ELLEN MARIA BAILEY, daughter of Thomas Tilden 
liailey and Maria Antoinette (Scott) Bailey, was born Decem- 
ber, 20, 1853, in Scituate. She married John H. Gray. 

CHILDREN. 

941 Stanley Winthrop Leonard, born September 25, 1856; 

died 

-757- 

(From page 390.) 

CARRIE WINTHROP BAILEY, daughter of Thomas 
Tilden Bailey and Maria Antoinette (Scott) Bailey, was born in 
Scituate, January 17, 1858. She married PVank G. Howard. 

CHILDREN. 

942 Maud De Haven, born 1879. 

943 lilanche Winthrop, born 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. NINTH GENERATION. 409 

-758- 

(From page 390.) 

FLORA LILLIE BAILEY, daughter of Thomas Tilden 
Bailey and Maria Antoinette (Scott) Bailey, was born in Scitu- 
ate, September ii, 1859. She married Daniel S. Farnham. 

CHILDREN. 

944 Clarence Stoddard, born November 30, 1882. 

945 Royal Bailey, born June 11, 1884. 

-760- 

(From page 390.) 

EDWARD SEAVERNS BAILEY, son of Jotham Wade 
Buley and Helen M. (Seaverns) Bailey, was born in Scituate, 
July 28, 1854. He married Edith E. Stoddard. 

CHILDREN. 

946 Edna P., born December 10, 1876. 

947 Eddie Sumner, born June, 17 — 

-764- 

(From page 390.) 

HELEN MIRIAM BAILEY, daughter of Jotham Wade 
Bailey and Helen M. (Seaverns) Biiley, was h 'n Scituate, 
October 29, 1866 She married Samuel A. Agnew. 

CHILDREN. 

948 Dwight L., born 1890. 

949 Edith E., born 1891. 

950 Albert Crane, born 1896. 

-765- 

(From page 390.) 

HENRY TURNER BAILEY, son of Dea. Charles 
lidward Bailey and Eudora (Turner) Bailey, was born in Scitu- 
ate, December 9, 1865. He married September 5, 1884, 
Josephine M. Litchfield. His children were born in Scituate. 
Mr. Bailey for more than ten years has held the position of 
State Supervisor of Drawing in Massachusetts. 



410 J'ART THREK. NINTH CENERATION. 

CHILIJKKN. 

95 F l'".lizal)cth, born December 15, 1S90. 

952 Lawrence Humphrey, born November 7, 1892 

953 Theodore Litchfield, born September, 1894. 

-766- 

( From pa!:;;e 391.) 

I''RKI)KRICK TILDKN HAILKY, son of Dea. Charles 
]'',dward liailey and luidora (Turner) Bailey, was born in Scitu- 
ate, March 5, 1S67. He married November 29, 1888, Clara V. 
ICllioi. lie lives in Scituate. 

CIIIJ.DKKN. 

<)54 Philij) Stanlev, born November 17, 1890. 
955 luidora l^Vanklm, born March 28, 1893. 
<;56 Howard l^lliot, born October 2, 1895. 

-791- 

( From pa<;e 393.) 

SA1\/\H HAHJ:Y, daughter of John James Ikiley and 
Polly (Cha])man) l^ailey, was born in Warren, Washington 
County, Ohio, July 8. 1838. She married May 13, 1857, Robert 
Marshall Hunter. He w.is the son of James Hunter and Martha 
W. Marshall Hunter. They reside in Neoga, 111. Her children 
were born in Nef)ga, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

957 Mary Annette, born y\ugust 29, 1858 ; died at Neoga, 

111., August 28, 1865. 

958 Martha Aurilla, born September 15, i860; married 

James Greene, December 27, 1881, and died April 
3, 1892 
939 Carrie, born .\pril 2J, I.S62 ; married (icorge W^ I'otts, 
Octoiier 22. 1892, and lives at Decatur, 111. 

960 Charles Robert, born March 5, 1864; died October 22, 

T865. 

961 I,ucy Lorcna, born December 18, 1868; married I'retl 

l^uchanan, December 24. 1890, and lives near 
Neoga, 111. 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH BRANCH. NINTH GENKKATION. 411 

962 Nellie, born February 20, 1870; married Jacob W. 

McClean, and lives near Neoga, III. 

963 Howard Bailey, born February 16, 1873 ; lives near 

Neoga, 111. 

964 Sarah Fthel, born November 23, 1776 ; lives near 

Neoga, 111. 

965 Anna Harriet, born August 20, 1881 ; lives near 

Neoga, 111. 

-839- 

(From page 399.) 

EVERETT H. BAILEY, son of Francis P. Bailey and 
Catherine (I'ier) Bailey, was born in Jamestown, Chautauqua 
County, N. Y., April 10, 1850. He married June 2, 1874, 
Jennie L. Jones, daughter of Judge F. A. Jones of Toledo, 
Ohio. His parents moving to Erie, Penn., he received his pri- 
mary schooling at the Erie Academy. In 1867 he entered 
Antioch College at Yellow Sprmgs, Ohio, where he pursued his 
studies for three years. In July, 1871, he went to Minnesota, 
entering the first National Bank of St. Paul as clerk. The fol- 
lowing autumn he went to Winona, Minn., accepting with Mark 
Wilson, formerly of Sugar Grove, Penn., a position in the newly 
organized Second National Bank of that city. He was appointed 
cashier of that bank in 1872. In the spring of 1873 he sold his 
interest in the Winona Bank, and returned to St. Paul, re-enter- 
ing; the First National Bank as receiving teller. He afterwards 
became paying teller, and in May, 1880, was elected a director 
and cashier of that institution, which position he still retains, 
after 20 years or more of continuous service in the bank. 

CHILDREN. 

966 A daughter, born ; died in infancy. 

967 Frederick Stan wood, born October 31, 1880. 

-897- 

(From page 404.) 

CALVIN WESTON BAILEY, son of Geo. H. Bailey 
and Hannah E. (Rider) Bailey, was born January 20, 1861. He 
married May i, 1895, Sara Margaret Armour. 



412 PART THKKE. NINTH (iENKRATION. 

CHILnKEN. 

C)C)H Kenneth Weston, born l^'ebruary 28, 1896. 

-898- 

(Kioin page 40^) 

WILLIAM MARVIN BAILP:^^ son of Geo. II. Bailey 
and Hannah E. (Rider) Hailey, was born November 27, 1862. 
He married April 6, 1890, Leila G. DeVoe. 

( iiii.|)KI';n. 

969 Howard Weston, boin June 29, 1891. 

970 Margaret, born May 12, 1894. 

-899- 

(From p;it;t' .\o.\.) 

I-:MILY ADELAIDI' ha l ley, daughter of Geo. H. 
Tindey and Hannah K. (Rider) Hailey, was born ()ctobcr 15, 
1864. She married June 11, 1890, Geor<<e R. McManus. 

CHILDKl'lN. 

971 Ruth Ix, born A|)iil 20, 1891. 

-901- 

(From page io.|.) 

CIIARLb.S LINCOLN HAIL1-:Y, son of (,c... If. llidey 
and Hannah K. ( K^ler) I>ailey, was born March n, 1869. lie 
married Octolier 6, 1898, IClla Nash. 

CIIII.DKI'.N. 

No recorrl received. 

-903- 

( From p,i,L;c |oi.) 

MARION AUGUSTA BAILI^Y. dau-hler of Geor"e 
Edson Bailey and Ellen A, (Hall) Bailey, was born at Mansfield, 
Mass., October 3. 1852. She married Wilbur I. Dudley of West 
Salem, Wis., October 9, 1876. 

rilll.DKKN. 

972 (ieorge Wilf)ur. born August -50. 1877 



THOMAS OF WEYMOUTH IlKANClf. NINTH GKNERATION. 413 

973 Lillian Lee, born Uecember 28, 1880. 

974 rhebe l^Lllen, born December 29, 1881. 

975 Walter Hailey, born Marcii 12, 1883. 

976 Sherman Leete, born January 2, 1890. 

977 Jennie Marion, born March (2, 1893. 

-904- 

(FVoin pai:;e 404.) 

CARRIE EDSON liAILEV, daughter ot Geo. Edson 
Bailey and Ellen A. (ilall) Bailey, was born in Mansfield, March 
29, 1854. She married Alexander II. McKae of Mansfield, 
August I, 1878. 

CHII.OKI'.N. 

978 Erank Wallace, born July 11, 1880. 

979 Edson Alexander, born May 2, 1883. 

-905- 

(From pa.ije 404.) 

HARRIET SUMNER HAILI^Y, tlaughter ot George 
Edson Bailey and Ellen A. (Hall) Jiailey, was born in Mansfield, 
Mass., September 29, 1855. She married Clarence lioylston of 
Milton, Mass., November 23, 1880. 

cmi.DKKN. 

980 Arthur Clarence, born June 23. 1882. 

981 Clifford Hall, ])orn l^ebruary 23, 188O, 

982 Margery Jioylston, born March 8, 1887. 

-906- 

(I'^rnm pri<;;e 405.) 

GEORGE PALMER BAILICY, son ot George luison 
Bailey and Ellen A. (Hall) Bailey, was born in Mansiiekl, Mass., 
September 7, 1857. He married Olive l^irkenhead, daughter of 
John Birkenhead of Mansfield, November 30, 1882. He lives in 
Mansfield, Mass. 

i:niLDKi:N. 

983 Beulah Ellen, born November 25, 1883. 



414 PART THREE. NINTH GENERATION. 

984 Alice Marion, born September 26, 1885. 

985 Mary Sibyl, born May 10, 1888. 

986 George Birkenhead, born June 27, 1899. 

-907- 

(From page 405.) 

FRANK IIKRMON BAILl^Y, son of George Edson 
■Bailey and Ellen A. (Mall) Bailey, was born in Mansfield, Mass., 
June 9, 1859. He married January 18, 1893, Alice G. Birken- 
head, daughter of John Birkenhead, of Mansfield, Mass. 

CHII DKKN. 

987 Mary Lewis, born September 29, 1897. 



END OF PART THREE. 



INDEX. 



The dates given are the years ot birth. The references are 
to pages. The Roman numerals given arc the pages ot Intro- 
duction and F>rata. 



ABBOTT. 
C. H. (Miss) 



10 

1735 Dorcas ^C, 

Ebenozer 2H 

1850 Elizabeth B 1.15 

Ezra r>:T 

(MLss) 2.-.2 

(Mrs.) 217 

Wesley .^!i 

ABEL. 
Ebenezer 22(i 

ABEROROMBTE. 

Betsey ''.2 

Mary (it 

ADAMS. 

1838 Adella M 2M 

Cynthia Hervla 221 

Frederick Ul 

Isala.h (or Israel) 2S 

Jerusha 31S 

John 31S 

John A 107 

John (Capt.) .'.O 

Marjorle ]."7 

Mary lfi< 

AGNEW. 

1800 Albert Crann 40'i 

]S<K) Dwight L 4o:t 

1891 Edith E 401 

Samuel A 40i 

AINSWORTH. 

Axsah 01 

Bailey 01 

Delormy 04 

Reuben 03 

Riley 01 

Samuel 01 

ATiDEN. 

ISoT. Dftlla 121 

T.=<a a 0, Jr '|37 

John !>2, 372 

1727 Martha Packard 337 



ALEXANDER. 
Louisa 11 

ALEXANDRT.'X. 

J:ine r. 2T-J 

ALf.KN. 

.Miitr.ni s :^•.^ 

j.icoi. 'C.i.pt.) v.s: 

l-oul.-?.n Ij 1:1 

Klioil.i i"u 

ALLISON. 
1S37 M;ir.\ A l:!'i 

AMES. 

Gay ton n m 

Rhoda <1S 

AMNE. 

Marf;nrot I'Jmclino VI. in; 

ANGTER. 

S (Rpv.) 3:..'. 

ANNTS. 

17S4 Dolly 214 

1771 Ednnh 214 

178,S El 'H nor 2H 

17S0 Eliza 214 

1793 Elsia 214 

Ezra 21.: 

1711 Judc.T 211 

Prisrill.i 171 

17S2 Sarah 21J 

ANTHONY. 
Edward M 3.Vi 

ARMOTTR. 
Safa Mai'sari^t 4U 

ARNOLD. 
Sprncru.' 21 1 

ATITET. 
M:itliii Van I'.urcn 31.' 

ATKINSON. 

AhiRall 171. 1H1 

Amos IM 



4i6 



INDEX. 



1759 
1743 
17X5 
17S8 



1734 
1773 



1777 
1786 



1708 



1791 
ISOl 
1870 
1845 
1847 
1834 
1848 
3840 
1837 



(::harlo«! 18.1 

Kunlce 181 

KuTiico 171 

Ilann;ih 171 

George lf>9 

Goorsro 189 

lehabod 171, 181 

John -. 182 

Mathias 19S 

Moses 171 

Moses 190 

Nancy Johnson 181) 

Priscillj. Bailey 181 

SAlly 199 

William 189 

AUSTIN. 
Samuel Aug-ustuy 39 

AVER1L,L,. 

H.innah 52 

AVERY. 

Erlwin C 23.') 

Simeon 205 

AYERS. 
Alice 380 

BABBITT. 

Oh:irle.s D 141 

Emma B 141 

Plorette A Ill 

Miri.im F 141 

Rollin H 140 

Rollin H 141 

BABCOCK. 

Samuel l<){ 

'Sylvestor 192 

Zebulon 191 

BACHELOR. 

(Miss) 200 

Reuben 219 

BACON. 
Mary (Mrs.) 8 

BAGLEY. 

Abby 259 

Daniel Ctirrirr 259 

Edw.arrl Stlmii.'--iin 259 

Ella Maria 259 

Jerenilah 18H 

BAILEY OR BAYLEY. 

Aaron 32 

Aaron 34*! 

Aaron Klnsmin 2(i6 

Abba VI. 285. 301 

vVbMe Almira 25."j 

Abbie F 83,119 

Abbie Goold 359 

Abbic J Ill, &2 

.\bble Mary 91, 123 

Abbie Orrilla 93, 127 

Abby 39 



Abby 389 

1799 Abel 347 

Ablga il 28 

Abipall 54 

Ablpall 172 

Abigail 177, 19} 

Ablijall 19!! 

Abli^all 320 

AblRail 335 

Ablsall 330 

1703 Abigail 8. 16 

1712-3 Abiyrall ,317 

1721 Abigail 163 

1724 Abigail 167,182 

1738 Abls'all '.323 

1741 Abigail i)j 

1744 Abigail 177,197 

1744 Abigail 178, lys 

1749 A>)igail is3 

1750 Ablg.iil 175 

1762 Abigail .U2 

1767 Al>jgail 184 

17(18 Abigail 19, 

1770 Abigail 204 

1772 Abigail !'^!!l96 

1774 Abigail 187,219 

1776 Abigail 194 

1776 Abigail .....M^ 

1779 Abigail 210 

1782 AbiRail 31 

1791 Abigail 229 

1793 Abigail !..'.194 

1795 Abigail 41 70 

1796 Abigail ' '22^: 

1801 Abigail 227 

1806 Abigail «o 

1808 Abigail 223 259 

1822 Abigail ' 5s 

18.30 Abigail 240 

Abigail Bartlett 195 

1779 Abigail G 26 

1S47 Abigail G 272 299 

1798 Abigail Ladd '.206 

Abigail I.,lttl« 207 21.S 

1809 Abigail LiUle '.243 

Abigail May 102, rx 

Abljah (52 

Abijah 321 332 

1758 Abljah 19 35 

A'>ner .'."..'.'.204 

Abner 277 

1752 Abner 33J 

1763 Abner ig^ 

1765 Abner .195,229 

1770 Abner jg^ 

1771 Abner 330 34^ 

1778 Abner 206 241 

1780 Abner 999' 043 

1790 Abner " '211 

1790 Abner ...2l(i 

1794 Abner, 3d 229 



INDEX. 



417 



BAILEY OR BAYLEY. 

(Continued.) 

179S Abncr 2ir), 2r,<i 

1738 Abnor (Dea.) 177, IKf.. lf>7 

1S39 Ahner H 275 

Abner Jr "•'>' 

1S80 Abncr K IV. 11!) 

1X14 Abner I. 22;? 

1715 Abner (Rev.) 167, 170. IsO 

1707 Abner Ross 2r> 

17;!9 Abraham 1*^ 

1747 Abraham 1S5, 210 

1771 Abraham 210 

1794 Abraham '.^'1 

1S06 Achsa 217 

1797 Aohsah ^•"' 

17S9 Arhsah (or Ach.saloma). .144, r.llti 

1862 Ada ""•"' 

18.51 Ada M ^"'i 

1X78 Ada Maria 2X2 

1790 Adam 41 

1722 Adams 318. 326, 339 

1780 Adam.-» S^2 

1784 Adams :W^ 

1748-9 Adams (Capt.) 327, 342 

1861 Addle Loube 2S9 

1868 Addle Maybel 126. 145 

1840 Adelaide Augusta 101, 136 

1841 Adc^laldi^ Augusta 368 

1827 Adelaide H 371 

1S30 Adelia Marie .' 373 

Adelino ^S; 

1800 Adeiline 207 

1804 Addline 208 

1857 Adelia M.ay 13.3. l.M 

1843 Adln Rallou 373 

1843 Amines 88. 122 

1X74 Agnes 123 

17S5 Alanson 2or> 

1S18 Albert 241. 27.'. 

1861 Albert Edward 80. 12i) 

1871 Albert Kdward 391 

1S5S Albert P 281 

IS-W Albert H 271 

18.37 Albert Norcros.s 96 

1844 Albert W 3S(t 

Alox.mdor 102 

Alfred 371 

1823 Alfrcxl 24X 

1793 Alfreda IT 341. 3(17 

17S2 Algernon Sidney 345 

1816 AlK-crnon Sidney 370 

Alice 60 

1770 Alice S35 

1826 Alice B 380 

18.50 Alice natherin<» 401 

1843 Alio© J 275 

1811 Alice .fohnpon 21i 

1885 Alice Marion 411 

1S77 Alice Maude 28!". 



1X87 

ISCO 
1X04 
1X90 



Alice Rebecca 116 

Alice Rosetta 39.'. 

Alice Russell 390 

Alice Weston 29;". 



Alida Harriet 14X 

Allen Ill 

Allna 236 

Allen 241 

Alma 2:!9 

Alma Janet ll'> 

Alma Richardson 135 

Almira 341 

Alniira 205 

Almira 210 

Almira 201 

Almira ?•>* 

Almira 240 

Almira A S2 

Almira Danforth 2n0 

Almira Mnriah lOt 

Almira Straw 2,55 

Almon 215. 250 

Almon Fernando 2.50 

Almon W 250 

Alonzo 364 

Alonzo 394 

Alonzo 109 

Alonzo E 248, 280 

Alonzo E 249. 2S3 

Alpha Norcross 97. 13-t 

Alson 238 

Alta Ill 

Altazer.i 47 

Altezera 87 

Althea 45 

Alva 3G 

Alva William 132, 149 

Alva Wym.Tin 95, 131 

Alv.ah Wyman 54 

Alvlna W 371 

Alvin Martin 298 

Alvira 63, W 

Alzina Ball 400 

Amanda 40 

Ama nd.i 0.'. 

Am.aiiil.a 56 

Ani mda 87 

Amanda 109, 140 

Amnn.la 241 

Amanda (Mrs.) 102 

Amasa 320. 331 

Amasa 331 

1X2S Amasa P 81, 110 

1790 Amc^lia 2PX 

1X19 Amelia 56. 9> 

1X30 Amelia Oslwrn 372 

1760 Amherst 181 

1701 Amherst 3,30. 348 

1794 Amher..-t 207 

1731 Amos 12 

1740 Amos 14, 25 



1829 

1XX2 
1X70 

17X9 
17.(5 
IXOS 
1X19 
1X32 
1X,50 
1.X3t 
1,X43 

ISO! 

1X35 
1S37 



1819 
1X10 
18,37 
1X54 



1798 
18:!1 



1X03 
1X37 

ix:5 

1X81 
1X15 
1X27 
1X12 
1X13 
1817 
1845 
1X47 
IX4X 



4i8 



INDEX. 



1750 

nes 

1815 

1845 

1811 
1840 

1842 
1S29 

ISOl 
1811 



lb73 
1701 
1793 
1825 
1824 



1708 
1727 
1727 
1737 
1753 
1760 
177f. 
1776 
1779 
1785 
1786 
1786 
l&OO 
1815 

1872 

1880 

1817 
1858 
1802 



1779 
1846 
1V44 
1773 
1896 



BAILKY OR HAYLEY. 

(Continued.) 

Amos 179 

Amos 25 

Amos H 380 

Amos H 353 

Amy 351 

Amy C 83. 117. lit 

Andrew 233. 2*59, 272 

Andrew 42 

Andrew J 3S0 

And row .Jackson 237 

Andrew Onmiind 95. 132 

Andrew R 94 

Anjcellno 64 

A'.igelinc 36 

Angellne 361 

Ann 63 

Ann 64 

Ann 4 

Ann 6 

Ann 27 

Ann 66 

Ann NTary II [. 43 

Anna 20 

A n na 1 07 

Anna 36. 67 

Anna 173, 181 

Anna 206 

Anna 219 

Anna 231 

Anna 165 

Anna 165 

Anna 176 

Anna 175 

Anna 179 

Anna 1S4 

Anna .32 

Anna 187. 220 

Anna 204 

Anna 209 

Anna 201 

Anna 202, 236 

Anna 36 

Anna 4i". 

Anna Gertiiido 277 

Anna 5 ray 492 

Anna Holmos .339 

Amna K TV. 119 

Anna M I, 3.50 

A nna M n r la 37S 

A;in;i Martlia 97 

Ann.'i Morrill 223, 2.'.S 

Anna (Mrs.) 173. ISS 

Anna (Mrs.) iss 

Anna (or N;incy) 1,SS 

Atin.i Uoxilla 400 

Anno 11 

Aiuie 2S 

Annie Fo.ster llil 



1826 Annie Jean 371. .'.yy 

1S71 Annie I.,aura 2K2 

1826 Ann Mary 35S 

1S32 Ann Washburn 384 

An.son 341 

1757 Apphia 17 

1796 Arad 37. 69 

1893 Arby W 150 

Arethu.sa 31 

1803 Arcthusa 53 

1S24 or 1826 Ari.=i'na (or Arozini) 

V. 238. 269 

1800 Artcma.s 42. 78 

1,S.57 Arthur Au.stin 108, 13) 

1.S63 Arthur Carp<'ntor 401 

1X62 Arthur Henry 128 

m>-, Arthur J. F V. 2S!' 

1S65 Arthui' J. T V, 289 

1869 Arthur 269,272 

1S64 Arthur 'Sydney 279 

A. Rudolphu.^ 234 

1S49 Arv.^sta Jane 108 

1769 Asah<>il 19.!. 228 

Ason:ith 3^1 

1760 A.'^enath 329 

1804 A.-=!enath 354 

1777 A.si-neth 194 

1831 Aui,'usr.i M 26T 

lf'46 Augusta M 2!M) 

18.54 Aupu.'^ta Maria 82 

1.N69 Auerustus Allfn 402 

18,36 Augustus F 245.279 

1822 Augustus Stone 361 

Austin 260 

1845 Austin S 8S 

1S88 Autplla Bell 150 

Ax.sah 64 

ISM Azro 241. 27'i 

ISOl Barker 352,380 

1715 Barnab.i.s 319, 32-! 

1S94 Beatrice 121 

1866 Belle 133, 152 

Bt'injamin 30 

Benjamin 73 

Bonja.min 321. 332 

1682 Benjamin 315, 31H 

1712 Benjamin 318.32,'. 

1713 Be.ijamin 319.327 

1716 Bi^njamln 9 

1740 Benjamin .. 325 

1744 B^^nj.-imin Is5 

174.''i Beii;jin)ln 175 

1746 Bcnj.tnilu 13 

1747 T^enjamln 15, lis 

1747 Tienjimin 32s 

1760 B.MijamIn 19, 3.". 

1764 Beujam'n LI 

1705 Bcujan-.n 24. 41 

1780 Benjamin 192 

1797 Benjamin 216,253 

1797 BenJ.imln 353. 379 



INDEX. 



419 



BAILEY OR BAYLEY. 

(Continued.) 

1800 Benjamin 205. 20() 

1803 F.enjamin 28, 4? 

1804 Eenjan>in 42 

1841 Benjamin 231, 266 

1S04 Benjamin B 44 

1807 Benjamin F 373 

1801 Benjamin Franklin 348 

1827 Benjamin Franklin ...V, 254, 28S 

1S41 Benjamin Franklin 24'> 

1830 Benjamin H 254, 28ti 

1829 Benjamin Holloway (Rev.) 

374. 402 

1873 Be.ijamin Pcrcival 402 

1843 Benjamin Plckeit 82, 118 

1.S23 Banjamln W 379 

1875 Benjamin W 287 

1813 Bennett Cook .'?o4 

1874 BeunJe Kay 287 

1702 Benoni fi 

1717 Benoni 319 

IW. Benton Richard Roderick, 

131, 14S 

1752 Bertha 330 

1876 Bertha I. 129 

1880 Bertha May 391 

1860 Bertie B 273 

186C Bertie Ebenezer 273 

JS!i2 Bei-ton Franklin 148 

Bessie 139 

1868 Bessie 293 

1873 Be?!«ie 205 

1888 Bessie 148 

1866 Bessie Marlon 105 

1874 Bessie May 28V 

1884 Bessie Rebecca 137 

1720 Bethla 321 

Betsey 29 

Betsey 41, 73 

Betsey 54 

Betsey 64 

Betsey 336 

Betsey 355 

1767 Betsey 31 

1780 Betsey 22 

1781 Betsey TV. 50, 213 

1788 Betsey 41 , 73 

1789 Betsey 347 

1790 Betsey 34(; 

1795 Betsey IV, 52, 215 

1798 Betsey 44 

1799 Betsey .351 

1803 Betsey .35. fif. 

1809 Betsey 63, 107 

1834 Betsey Cushlng 103 

Betsey Lincoln 400 

1S08 Betsey Little 42 

1767 Betsey (or Elizabeth) 334 

1781 Betsey Sargent 189 



Betsy 207 

Betsy 219 

Betsy 231 

Betsy 233, 268 

Betsy 238 

1752 Betsy ISO 

J771 Betsy 188 

1782 Betsy 201 

1788 Betsy 211 

ni^l Bet.sy 216 

1792 Betsy 208 

1795 Betsy IV, 52. 215 

1806 Betsy 223. 25S 

1806 Betsy 226, 262 

1827 Betsy 240 

1816 Betsy Maria 221, 258 

1S17 Betsy (or Elisabeth) 232 

1789 Betsy (or Elisabeth) Maria 

187, 221 

1765 Bette 332.349 

1750 Bettie 179 

1770 Bettie 1S7 

1790 Bettie ^T 

1753 Betty 1V8 

17';2 Betty 23 

1770 Betty 27 

1783 Betty 200 

1718 Iteiilah 9, 19 

1883 Beulah Ellen 413 

1860 Birdie 395 

1891 Birdie Vlnticia 149 

1873 Blrdina Belle 132 

1869 Blanch Belle 273 

1887 Blanch L 287 

Bluma 63 

1736-7 Bridget 11 

Byron 110 

Byron 226 

Caleb 342 

1720 Caleb 318, 326 

1738 Caleb 325 

1759 Caleb 32.' 

17(;8 Caleb 326,330 

1768 Caleb 327. 344 

1794 Calf-b 3.39, 358 

18.38 Caleb Franklin 35S 

1835 Caleb P 249 

1881 Callls F 287 

1.S41 Callls Friin<.'es 254, 288 

1802 Callls Frances 286 

1761 Calvin 334. 351 

1763 Calvin 330 

177S Ciilvln 32 

1786 Calvin 347, 374 

1801 C.^lvln 348 

1796 Calvin B 352, 379 

1S.53 Calvin Curtis 403 

Calvin Porter 101 

1792 Calvin Porter 34 

1828 Calvin S 3S1 

1861 Calvin Weston 40i, 411 



420 



INDEX. 



1SS4 
1^75 



179S 
HKS 
1808 
1S22 
1X23 

is2f; 

1S20 
1S41 
1S28 

issn 

IS.-?! 

i82r. 

1814 
18(;2 

isr.4 

ISCfi 
1880 

I8r>7 

iS70 

isr.s 

ISSO 

1758 
1782 
1809 
1S11 
1828 
18!):! 
181f, 
1821 

17.'1 
17S1 



17:^4 
1714 
17CS 

nnn 

1S10 

1S2(; 

1828 



BAITiEY OR liAYLEY. 

(Contlniictl.) 

Carl Ill 

Carl H 12!i 

Cnri Thorno 28(; 

Oarolino 44 

Caroline 72 

Caroline 3r.r, 

enroling 202 

Caroline :?10. :;7'-) 

Caroline 4(> 

Caroline 24'1 

Caroline 2V„ 270 

Caroline 218 

Carolin'' A r;7s 

Caroline AMf;ail 2.".-; 

Carolin.? Aufiustn ^'> 

Cii'oline K 5'i 

Caroline E 2r.l. 288 

Caroline Kliza 101, ]:r. 

Caroline H •''.71 

f^aroline KinR- H!) 

Caroline Matilda 278 

Caroline (Mrs.) 211 

Caroline \V ?<■( 

Carrie Rdson 101. 1i:! 

Carrie Klisahelh 28,! 

Carrie Rllen 118 

Carrie I 111! 

Carrie Jj 2r.ii 

Carrie T^ 2(m 

Carrie Winthrop .1!)0. 408 

Cartol flerhert no:: 

Calh.-rin^ 29 

Catliirine r!2S 

Calth^^^ine ?A^, 

Catherine r.2 

Catharine :?78 

Catherine 378 

Catherine Klizaheth 120 

Catherine Howe 374 

Chaniller 03, 100 

Charity 43 

5 Charity 327 

r-harity 28 

Charity Do.lpre 27, 43. 47 

Charles 20 

Charles 45 

Charl(»s 72 

Charles 110 

r'harl(>s 27r. 

Charles 380 

Charles 323. .3.3", 

Charles 18, 33 

Ch.irle.s 34 

Charles 330. 3.-2 

Charles .352 

Charles 224 

Charh's 223 

Charles 81 



1828 
1831 
1844 
18i;S 

1870 
1827 
1843 
1809 
1830 
ISGO 
18fO 
]'-38 
1842 
lS9f, 



'821 
1817 
18.59 
1S47 
1831 
1S42 
18)1 
18.5(: 
]!>10 

1830 
1844 
1802 
ISO'l 
U,39 
18.52 
ISO!) 
1803 
1835 
1820 
1808 
1873 



1799 
1878 
1890 
1811 
1845 
1872 
18?8 

1790 

i:o2- 

1707 

1772 
1780 
1830 
1802 
lS.f,8 
18.34 
1818 
1857 



Charles 380 

Charles 234 

Charle.s 109. 14" 

Charles 285 

Charles A 243 

Charles Addison IIS 

Charles AiiKMstns 372 

Charl.s U 87. 121 

Charles; li 118 

Charles Chapm.-ui 3!'t:^. 

Charles D(Minore 131. 148 

Charles Eaton 110 

Charles Pklwird (Dea.) ...301. 3!Mt 

Cliarlc>s Edward 71 

Charles Edwin 11!' 

I'harles rOmi rsnii 3!M 

("hirles V Hi 

Charles F 03. 10'' 

Charles F 2S1 

'"harlc's Kr.inklin 29t 

Chaiirs [I .382 

Charles II. ly Wild 35!i 

Charles llayward 35'i 

Charles Henry 9!' 

Ch.irles Il.vherl :'.ss 

Charle-^ .lowi'll 10. S'; 

T'harles .lohnsou :'.t; 

Charli's K 9:',. 120 

Cliarh"« Kendall 82.11s 

Charles l^ineoln 120 

Charles Lincoln 401.412 

Charles M 251. 287 

Charles M 10;). 141 

Charles M\ lielv 3n. 7o 

Charles () 200. 29." 

Charles P 7:' 

Charleys Pr.ekanl 309 

Charles Pease 30.! 

Charles Peekhnni 81; 

Cha rles Percy 25 

Charles Pinrkne\- !i2 

Charlies Piiickney 51 

Charle-, S 121 

Charles S 120 

Charles Steu.irt 00. 101 

Charles \V 100 

Charles Wal.lo 391 

Charles W.illei- 91. 123 

Charles William ....200 

Charles Von hen 1S!I 

Chariot l.- :i8 

3 Charlotte 327 

Charlotte 1!11 

Charlotte .343 

Charlotte :'.3 

Charlotte 92 

Charlo;te .\d.uns .341 

Charlotte Ann i:!l, 147 

Charlotte lirowii 2(^ 

Charlotte ''i^liza 90 

Charlotte T-ydia 70 



INDEX. 



421 



1SG4 



1735 
1S2S 
ISIS 
17S9 
1795 
lGr.2 
1S19 
l!v55 
1S27 
17G7 

ISSl 



1K5S 
ls«0 
IStiS 
1S91 

1S56 
1S7S 
1S47 
1858 

1S77 
1S30 
1810 
1S34 



17711 
179!) 
1S02 
l!s07 
IS 11 
1S44 

1S28 
1843 
1892 
180(1 
1874 
1S81 

1891 
1891 



15A1LEY OR HAYLEY. 

(Continued.) 

Cliarlotto Maria 2.'> 

Charlotte Osgood '"2 

Charlotte Thomat^ 117 

Cliarlton B 272 

Chelles3 (or Chclliu^) Bill- 
ings 2.")3, 2sr. 

Chester Frunela 12s 

(Child) 201 

(Child) 250 

(Child) 273 

'.Child) 2^1 

(Child) 305 

(Child) 178 

(Child) 24'> 

(Child) 395 

Chloe 227 

Chloe 353 

Christian 312, 315 

Christiana 3Sl 

Christiana Jane 101 

Christiana Wasliburn 3Ht 

Christop'her Sergeant oi^ 

Christopher T 407 

Clair 30(1 

Clara 271 

Clara 275 

Clara 293 

Clara Belle 13:) 

Clara K 271 

Clara Ellen 152 

Clara J 141 

Clara I^ 2H(i 

(."lari I.iO'Uise 135 

Clara P.-rry 3<j0 

Clar.i S 10!>, 142 

ClTrentN' 270 

Clareneo Halph 13! 

(.'larcnce S 250.283 

Clarind.i 53. 9". 

Clarinda :t4 

Clarissa 54 

Clarissa 05 

Clarissa 345, 3(J9 

Clarissa 208 

Clarissa 370 

Clarissa 37(' 

Clarissa 232 

t^larissa Ann 7i». Ill 

Clarissa Hardy (Mrs.) ti5 

Clarissa J 95 

Clarissa Rebecca 99 

t^laiidio A 1.5(t 

Clementine 41 

Clifford lis 

Clyde Fo^ss 299 

Cora Ill 

Cora lOlma 14:t 

Cora Evelyn 12S 



1811 

1830 
1793 
1779 
1S41 

1822 



1781 
1784 
1866 
1648 



1686 
1714 
1734 
1741 
1742 
1741 
1754 
17C5 
1767 
1778 
17S2 
1785 
1791 
1794 
1839 
1787 

1S34 
1846 
1828 



16S7 
1707 
1717 
1729 
1735 
1737 
1740 
1751 
1770 
1773 
1779 
178(> 
1792 
1794 
1802 



Cordwlia -J" 

Crissanna 53 

Curtis 66. 110 

Cushing 339, 357 

Cynthia 194 

Cynthia Mehita.ble 229 

Cynthia Sophia 22y 

Cyrus 35 

Cyrus 24ii 

Cyrus 269 

Cyrus 201 

Cyrus 201, 202, 233 

D. Alton 401 

Damaris 111,3, 5 

Daniel 35 

Daniel 35 

Daniel 172 

Daniel 180 

D.uniel 220 

Daniel S19, 329 

Daniel 332 

Daniel 347 

Dani.d IGO 

Daniul 163, 171. 182 

Daniel 175 

Daniel 179, 20(i 

Daniel 175 

D.iniel 173. 188 

Daniel IV, 184, 209 

Daniel 327, 343 

Daniel 200 

Daniel 200, 232 

Daniel 187, 220 

Daniel 191 

Daniel 191, 22) 

Daniel 209 

Daniel A. B 257 

Daniel C 189 

Daniel Carr 231 

Daniel Danforth 230,265 

Daniel Hunt 229 

Daniel Metcalf 372 

(Daughter) 27) 

(Daughter) 389 

(Daughter) 411 

David 50, 52 

D.ivid 161, 168 

David 7, 13 

David IV. .50, 168, 184 

David 12 

David 14 

David 170 

David 184 

Uavid 177 

David 196 

David 26, 41 

David 2S 

David 27. 45 

David 36 

David 222 

David ;J51 



422 



INDF.X. 



]S05 
1817 
IW.S 

1:79 
1704 

17!)7 



1717 
1735 
1743 
1772 

17% 
1K16 

is;to 

1S03 



1745 
1S57 
17.-1 
W>'.' 
l.VHl 
1775 
IMS 
l.fi7 
177S 
1780 
]M> 
^K' 
1755 
1773 
18S0 

1S73 



1714 
17r.9 
1740 
1749 
1752 
17f,n 
17M 
176fi 
1781 
1794 
17!'4 
1819 
1830 
]>>n7 
1817 
Ibis 



BAILEY OR HAYLEY. 

(Continued.) 

David ** 

David i^- ^- 

Davld 82. lis 

David (Col.) J"- 213 

David (Dr.) 337, S.ii 

David. Jr l'>, 1H5. 212 

Davi.s Wali-rmaii (Oapt.), 302. 391 

Dfbbe 224 

Deborah '''2 

Deborah ''-'^ 

Deborah '511 

Deborah -^jj 

Deborah l''! 

Deborah VI. 32H 

Doborah 342 

Debora n 3;'.9 

Deborah ''< 

Deborah Caroline 375.40.-, 

Debor.'ili Cross 2(Mi 

Deborah Ounn 172, 1S2 

Dobor.ih Helen 3(;5 

r-eilKht 324 

Dellmore l^l 

Desire 32S 

Dexter 42. 7S 

r>exter iidward l''>2 

Dinah 21 

Dinsinore Urooks ■^■S, 72 

Dollv 21 

Dolly 2Z, 38 

or 1781 Dolly IV. '-0, 2i:t 

iVjlly 210. 247 

Dollv 247 

Dorothy 30, 49, 212 

Driisill.i 3.34 

Drusilla Wood 299 

Dnran 2t;'.1 

Knrnest H VI, 298 

Eaton ^'^ 

F.benczor 237 

lObene/.er 33S 

Kbenezer 339 

Ebeiiezer 318, 325. 339. 385 

Kbenezer 1''. 31 

Kbenezer 32f 

Ebenez'?r 328 

Kbenezer 325 

Kbene/.cr 327. 343 

Kbenezer 32ft 

Kben'e'4'?r 179. 202. 233 

I'loenezer 32, 55 

Kbenez-r 202, 230 

F;benezer 202, 238. 269. 270 

Kbenezer 59 

Kbeme^er 357 

Kbene/.er 238, 273 

Kbenezer 97 

Kbenezer Carter 236 



l.viii 
isi:; 

lSt.(l 
18.52 



17S9 

i7n> 

1741 

isr:7 

1S7H 
171.-^ 
1758 
1898 

1711 
1792 
1S25 
1831 
1835 
1S41 

i>;ii 

l^T.5 

I8;!i 
18:',:; 

18.5!) 
1710 
lJ-73 
18.57 
1804 
1841 
1811 

i8r,8 

l.';38 
].^\'!5 

1877 
18,54 

1P.5(: 
1865 



1813 
1820 
18:;5 
1866 

1862 
1808 
1870 
1798 

18.50 
1812 
187," 
18r4l 
1821 
1869 



lObenezei- Fostei- 56, 97 

KbeMoz.^r Tristram 31 

Kben Howe 81. 83. 117 

lOben Wendall 297 

Kddio Suinni'r 40.) 

lOiK'ar D 402 

Kdith 277 

Kdlth 391 

Kdmond 13-< 

rOdmond (Dea.) ..IV. 167. 177, 1!'5 

Kdmond. Jr 177. 196 

Kdna 11'^ 

Kdna P 409 

Kdnah 9 

Kdn.ih 185. 21:? 

Kdn-i Josephine 120 

Kdward 102 

Kdwar«l 9. Is 

Kdward 215, 218 

lOdwa.rd 87 

I'Mvvard 16. ^6 

IMw.ird <16, 111 

I':dwar 1 2Si» 

lOdwai'd •! 

1':dward hi:i 

Kdward H 2:-i7 

lOdwarJ Pairr 2.'..!. 2s;. 

Kdward C 2n5 

Kdward (De.i.) IV. I'l. 

Kdwa.pl Kr.ir.klirt i::6 

IC.lward Cold.sniilh 9i" 

Kdwai-d H 28! 

K.lw.i.rd H.iydeii 21-i. 282 

I'Mward Kyoii li'7. 138 

I'Mward M 1"! 

ICdward Manslicld '.16, i:!3 

I''.dward Matluws 'W^ 

Edward Osborne 12:! 

Kdward Sawyer 403 

Kdwar.l Seaverns :<90. 409 

Edward Sinelair 293, :;oi 

Kdward W 231 

Edward Webster 1.34. 1.52 

Kdward Willis 3,v: 

Edwin 275 

Edwin 391 

Kdwin 357. 381 

Edwin 241, 276 

p:dwin 380 

I'klwin .395 

Kdwin .-Vlkn 276. .3imi 

I'Mwin .AiiA;^ustii« 43 

lOdwin H 289 

Kdwin (Capt.) -3.52 

Kdwin D 386 

Kdwin K 88. 121 

Edwin H 227 

Kdwin H 273 

Kdwin Josiah 79 

Kdwin Pacltard 365 

Edwin Revillo 131, 149 



INDEX. 



423 



1S63 

1.>'69 
1773 
1820 
1852 

173;< 
1866 
1832 



1734 
1760 
1801 
1S13 



1702 
1715 
1731 
17:?3 
1737 
1746 
1751 
175!? 
175? 
1755 
1772 
17<Hi 
1815 
1S16 
1816 
1841 
1828 



1820 
1823 



17;18 
1801 
1803 
180S 
1808 
1835 
1835 
1S2P 
1814 
1«26 
I'lP 

1827 



llAILEY OR BAYLEY. 

(Continued.) 

Krtwln W. Marble 117 

Kflle 112 

Erne 255 

Elathei 331 

Elbrldge 381 

Elbrldge Gerry 10^) 

Eleanor 242 

Eleazar 17() 

Ellas P 131 

Ellas Peajbotly 95, 130 

EUphalet 329, 340 

Eliphalet 35(. 

EUphalet 13 

Eliphalet 337, 35.'. 

Eliphalet 347, 372 

Eliphalet 383 

Elisabeth 172 

Elisabeth 205 

Elisabeth 267 

Elisabeth 26,s 

Elisabeth 165 

Elisabeth 16x 

Elisabeth 175 

Elisabeth 170 

Elisabeth 176, 192 

Elisabeth 185 

Elisabeth 185. 212 

Elisabeth 180, 203 

Eli.sabeth 173, 189 

Elisabeth Ht 

Elisabeth 191, 224 

Elisabeth 219 

Elisabeth 239 

ElisHbeth 215, 251 

Elisabeth 221 

Elisabeth A 275 

Elisabeth Ann 230 

Elis;ibeth Hojudman 260 

Elisabeth Dole 50. 212 

Ellsnbeth Freeman 228 

Elisabeth Perry 263. 293 

Ellshi 346 

Eliza 3S 

Eliza 101 

Eliza 235 

Eliza .339 

Eliza ,370 

Eliza 352 

Eliza 53 

Eliza 203 

Eliza 238 

Eliza 240 

Eliza A 358 

Eliza Ann 260.299 

Eliza C 62 

roiiza J 3.5.^ 

Eliza Jackson (Mrs.) 44 

p:iiza J, H .361 

Eliza (Mrs.) 76 



16S2 
1685 
]f.,SS 
1"13 
1725 
1'25 
1727 
1731 

nsi 

1738 
1742 
1742 
1742 
1746 
1749 
1757 
1766 
1770 
1773 

i;x7 

1S04 
1,S10 
1830 
1890 
1S37 

1844 

1853 
1822 



l:s,56 



IS 16 
1849 
1S56 
1837 
18.50 



1841 

1838 
18,55 
1848 

1.S43 
1X.53 
1829 

1S54 
1S72 
l*il2 



Elizabeth 2S 

Elizabeth 72 

Elizabeth 315 

Elizabeth 319 

Elizabeth 36.i 

Elizabeth 5 

Elizabeth 4 

Elizabeth 5, 9 

Elizabeth 7 

Elizabeth 12 

Elizabeth 12 

Elizabeth 322 

Elizabeth 13 

Elizabeth 324 

PJlizabeth 12 

Elizabeth 10 

Elizabeth 331 

3 Elizabeth 11 

Elizabeth 323 

Elizabeth 328 

Elizaib.nh 23 

Elizabeth 329, 330 

p;iiz.ibeth 2-1 

Eliz ibeth 26 

Elizabeth 33 

Elizabeth 363 

Elizabeth 354 

Elizabeth 378 

Elizabeth 410 

Elizabeth Ann 82 

Elizabeth Anna 25 

Elizabeth Burgess 393 

Elizabeth Dole 50, 52 

Elizabeth J 85 

Elizabeth Lee 37J, 399 

Ella 72 

Ella 271 

Ella C 396 

Ella Frances VI, 394 

Ella Francis VI, 394 

Ella Frances 107 

Ella J 109, 141 

101 la Maria 133, 1,5(T 

ICIla Sarah 239. 274 

Ella Sumner 272 

Ellen .38 

Ellen 236 

Ellen 362 

Ellen 88 

Ellen Augusta .391 

Ellen J 380 

Ellen J 83 

Ellon M 274 

Ellen Maria 403 

Ellen Maria 96 

Ellen Maria 389,408 

Ellen Plarenti 1 229 

Elmer 110 

Elmer .Tnlien 128 

Elmer SmU'i 265 

Klmira 217 



424 



INDEX. 



IIAILEY »)K UAYI^KY. 

(Coiilliiuctl.) 

jsr,7 l';i(>ise JClizaboth 404 

101 va Ill 

1^'tiV lOlva Icyltiic i:j!, H7 

JS'.H) iOlva M ].".0 

J::ivira :«!() 

1M1 Klvira SIO 

Emolint' ;!6r) 

1S13 t^meliiu' 35<, 7i 

1S04 Emery ?>y, 

Kmery A 2~^) 

ISL'ii lOmory Saxton 2;iS 

]S2;» ICniily 245 

lSt4 Kmily A.lilaido 401, 412 

5S27 lOniily Afioliiie 24!), 2S2 

1S37 Emily Ach-iino :!.S4 

1S47 Emily Ann lui 

ix:!2 Emily P. 24,S, 2S2 

IS.V.l Kmily Elisahilh 27:i, :!()! 

1S71 JOmily E 2S7 

ICmma 107 

lOiniiia Ill 

JOmma 2:i(> 

lOnima :'.()() 

17'KI lOninia 34r. 

I7:il lOinnia 201 

IKIl I'linmi .S7 

1N77 Einnia 300 

10m m.i A n r> 202 

isr,4 10mm I I) lo'.i, ill 

Ih7;' lOmm.L I'-linxMico .Til 

1S!M) lOmma Kiancos Ill 

isri7 lOmnia Jane 272 

IKt" lOmnia Lincoln Sfj, 1211 

IS.'IS lOiiUna Oclavia fiS 

l.Hl." lOmoiy r>ii 

lOnooh ISO 

171!' rOMoia Ii;7, ISO 

1741 Eno( h 17'J, 20O 

17<;rr lOnoih 1% 

1771 Enofli :!4, t;o 

1772 Enoch 2(H), 2:52 

17!'S or 17:»J Enovl! 232 

1X0!I Enoch 233, 26.S 

ISiiO Enoch Henry (.0, 102 

IXOS Enoch Jr (JO 

1S4G Enoch P 2»)S 

I'jnos 7S 

1771 Enos 22 

lOnos Saini'son 72 

17S1 Ensij;n 210. 247 

lStl4 Enzic Ella 130, 14(! 

174(, lOphriim 1.S3, 201 

1777 lOphrairn 210 

17:iR lOphraim 2tK;. 210 

17ftK ErMsntus Johnson 21fi 

1S2L' I'Vastiis Warren 3(1.'.. 3!1| 

1>;T3 lOrni^st H VI, 2!'S 

ISW EHtcIl I A 2sr, 

Esther 300, 31 : 



17.S7 l''.sther 193, 1,"4 

1MJ2 Esther 5:; 

1S03 E.-lhfir 226 

INDS 10.sihcr 273 

iN27 Esther Ann s7 

17.">-3 Esther or lOdiiah Ill, 31 

IS,S2 EUiel Eliza 11,! 

1S!'3 Eudora I'Yanklin 410 

1.S47 En^eno lo:) 

1S77 JOutccnu II 12» 

1800 Eu,i;ent> Wehsier W.,, 137 

Eunice 2!t 

lOuni.c 23.'). 271 

]7i:i lOniiiee 1x5.211 

I'dJl lOunice 21 

17((2 lOnnlee 200 

177S lOunicc 27 

1N32 iOnnice Eliza .'»}, l"t 

17S7 Eusehii ;;45 

ISOIl lOiisohl.i :!70 

I7:i>. lOulis K 207 

lSi;7 lOva 101 

ISST 10 va Itessie ;{0r, 

IVM 10\M Mari.i ||s 

|S70 lOvcrcU Arllinr 401 

isr,o lOv.McM II :mi_ m 

lOxpiiienc,. :;]> 

1772 lOxiutieiice ;{2 

lOzckii'l .20.'i 

lOzcUiel ;C(;, 352 

ITis I0/.(1<I(1 f; 

I74II lOzekiel 1 1, 27 

ISIS lOzeUi.l 4';! S3 

ISSI lO/.ekii'l Ki 

17S(- lOzcUi.ij l,;ii|(| 2(M). 242 

I7s:> iO/.ckl'l I'ierce 111.2/. 4i; 

IN20 lOzekiel VVelisler CI. 104 

|S53 lOzra Hum 4o2 

['"annie so 

l''annie |02 

E.aniiie iiC) 

ISH.'i E.unnie Alice 105 

1571 K.innie lOlsir 2S4 

IstiO I'';inny flravew lof) 

1572 Fay Walter 1:^1 

ISOS r'ernando 247 

ISlS l<'ernaiido 24S. 2S1 

ISIll r^'idelia 230 

I'^lavel 34, (12. 203 

l''lora 237 

1SS7 Elora Alice iM 

IS!")!! Elor.i lallie ;i!(0, 40;t 

'SH!) (•"'loi-eiice ]]o 

lS7!i I'^lorenco 1 IK 

l'<75 I'lorence A 12!» 

IS.54 I'^lorcnce Aiihdt VI, 2SS, 302 

ISM Floren<-e AliboK VI, 2SS, ,302 

ISHS Floronco 10 30!> 

1S57 l-'lorencc [ S3 

l,SS2 F'lorence Eoul.^e 286 

Florence V 277 



1>'DEX. 



425 



1S47 
1S94 
185P 

1SS8 

18fi5 

1S2S 

isfir, 
]S2(» 
184:; 
18firt 

1SS7 
1S62 
189:i 
1>;52 
JSS4 
isTfi 
1S59 

]X80 
1<541 



1811 

1.S52 

i^r,r. 

1818 
187fi 
ISGl 

18fi4 
18fil 
1S6S 

181't; 
1827 
1S4't 

ij-eg 

1S24 
1^3!) 

1S01 
1X41 
1S4!* 
1817 
1SS9 

isso 

1SK7 
1^16 
1793 
1821 
1748 



BAILEY OR BAYLEY. 

(ContiDued.) 

Florett I A 109. HO 

]■ loyd E 273 

F'orrest 85, 120 

Foster 135 

F. r- 39:s 

Frances VI. 395 

FrHnc-i"s Ann 78. Ill 

Frances H 277 

Francis VI. 395 

r-'rancis Parkrmn 371, 39> 

Francis Ferry 369 

Francis Winthrop 39!t 

Frank 110 

Frank 403 

?>ank B 127 

Frank Elijah 149 

Frank Everett 288 

Frank F 120 

Frank H 287 

Frank Hermon 405, 414 

F'rank J 304 

Frank Martin 70 

Frank Niles 134 

Frank P 83 

PYank Wint-low. SSH 

Franklin 269 

Franklin 361. 389 

?ranklin 3li 

Franklin 4S 

r'ranklin 1> 242 

Franklin Pierce 82, 119 

Franklin Pitrce 29f 

Fred 110 

Fred 221 

Fred Alpha 134 

Fred Eugene 132, 149 

Fred H 140 

Fred J 265 

Fred L. 290 

Fred L 288 

Fred S 297 

Frederic 46, 84 

Frederic 238 

Frederic B 272, 299 

FredtM'ic L 285 

Frederic P-^rley 253 

Frederic AVilliam 218, 282 

Frederif-k 371 

Fredcri -k 61 

l^rcdeiick 91 

F:-e(lcii.'k 407 

Frederick KIs worth 60. 102 

Frederick Irvin 401 

Fi-ederick Staiiwooil Ill 

Fr'_M3e;-ick Tilden 391, 410 

Freeman 244? 

Friend 210, 246 

Friend 246 

Frye ISO 



17S4 
1M7 



1741 
1760 
1801 
1802 
1805 
1806 
1810 
1818 
ISIS 
1821 
1831 
1833 
1S41 
1843 

ih:,o 
184:; 
1842 
1890 
179i; 
1821 
1830 
1868 
1899 
1847 
1S80 

1824 
1829 
1836 
1881 
1815 
1842 

1835 
1864 
183? 
IRuj 
1877 
1«7 
1848 
1832 
ISSO 
1859 
1 S53 
1817 
IK78 
1879 
1813 
is.{r, 
1851 
18X2 
18.57 
1850 
1853 

iscs 



Gad 337, 355 

Gad .T 355 

Georg-o 45 

George 65 

George 1.39 

George 239 

George 323, 337 

George 20 

George 51 

George 354, 380 

George 47 

George 383, 407 

George 217 

George 261. 290 

George 3(i5 

George 221 

George 242 

George 378 

George 407 

George 91 

George A 382 

George Albert 99 

George Arad 69 

George B 151 

George Bartlett (Dr.) ...,344. 3GS 
George Bartlett, Jr. (Dr.) 368, 395 

George Benson 95, 132 

George Benson 133.151 

Ceoi-ge Birkenhead 414 

George Bradford ' 291 

George Burns 118 

George C 360 

George C 381 

George Edson 375. 404 

George Edwin 254,289 

George Edward 283 

George Emery .?8, 7] 

George Emory 71 

George P 267 

George G 250. 2S1 

George Guy 86. 321 

George H 79, 115 

George H 285 

George H 124 

George Henry 375, 403 

George Henry 385 

George Herbert 378 

George PTerbert 281 

George Howard 401 

George J 80, 116 

George L. 374 

Geor.ge Lewis 299 

G»>orge M 287 

George N 254 

freorge Otis 92, 124 

George Otis 100 

George P 268 

George Palmer 405, 413 

George R. F 378 

George S 272 

George S 127 



426 



INHKX. 



llAll.KY on UAVLEY. 

(Contluui'd.) 

iMT, (Wuiyi; Tiiioii ;n:; 

is.io (;t>yrf4;e Tiniotliy 08 

17TV Oi'Oi'S'j W 'Su'i. 'i^)'\ 

IT'>2 r.ooig-e W ;i07 

lS2r> Otoifio W 234 

\>s.>, UL•()I■,^•e vv r.4 

1S4'| George VV i;b>l 

IT'tS Croitje WashiiiKlon JOl, 211 

ISIV (Ifiirge VVasliiiiKli'ii 'i'il 

1S22 < ;our!5e WasliiiiKloii -IS 

IS.'il Gfi>rg'i Washington U>< 

1V_'2 Heorge VVhilelit hi >>\ 

iv;') LlMH-^e Whitfliohl rsdd. .'.ss 

1S14 (;c-(jit,'e VVhiUrlii-h] ....IV, Hifi. I.iT 

1<1U (h-oi-i;e Wliilnian 202 

1>-m; < Iioi-j^etle lOUzalicth :;'.l.'. 

]s^2 Ucitrudt.- 121 

l>7:! (iL-ilruJe A 12'.i 

lsn(i CcilruiJc B 272 

lieiti-ude K. (Mrs.) II. i:;:; 

hs:;i (iilniore liiovvn 2i)S 

];-s7 Chidys l.oring 12." 

^x■S^ liohl-inuth h'ox 3l>. !i7 

tioiKlin^ :il2 

1V')2 Cordon 227, 2<i:: 

ivj;i <Joidon 2:il 

(iriue iim; 

is:i.") (!i-.M:e'IO 273 

1^7:; (J race li 2(;(; 

"■Sli (■r,ii;e L. 2S7 

Is7S Ciat-o ItogtTs 12:: 

'S(;'.t 'ir.ice Wi.-^e ll', 

Olovoi- 21) 

ISL'ii (lu.slavas A 2::i;. 271 

ISM G. Winlfrt'Cl 12'i 

Hale Grow 24:: 

H.innah 41 

Hjinin.ih II 

Hannah ,^i( 

Haiin.ih til 

ilannali UVs 

Hannah :i:;2 

Hannah :; ;ii 

l'iS,l IJannali ICO 

IHSS Hannaii :;ir, 

1(1110 Hainnih :, 

17ih; H;iuii.i1i s 

1700 Hannah li 

1717 H.inn.iii u;:;, i vj 

1717 H mriah ni7 

1717 Hannaii ::jo 

172G Hannaii Ij 

17:^2 Hannah 1_' 

17:lfi Manniih .-ij:; 

17.1S Hannaii 17:i 

1T.rt ll.innah .VS.', 

1710 llann.ih is 

'TIfi Hinii.ih 11 



174(1 
HfiO 
17r,ii 
175:! 
17r)S 

i7oy 

175!! 

17()i) 

1764 

17G4 

177:. 

177(. 

177U 

1777 

1777 

177S 

17S-1 

nsii 

I7SS 

nsx 

17s:t 

i7:io 

17111 

i7'M; 

isod 

1S04 

isio 
isn 

1S21 

is:,:: 
is:c. 
is,;.'< 
is:;f, 

ls::s 



InI:: 
IS•.'^ 
1S22 

IS17 

1 SL',' 

IS2I 

l.Vi.-, 

is:i;! 

IVM 
is:i:; 



r;ii 
!S1L 
Isic 
ls-7 
is.':i 



is.;x 



Hannah i;» 

Hannah 17 

Hannah INO 

Hanmah lo. 20 

Hannah 2:; 

Hannah i'.l, .71 

Hannah 17'; 

Hann ih 200 

I lantiali 2:1 

Hannah IV, 52, IS'), 214 

Hannah 2ol 

Hari'nah :-i:i 

200 

21 



Hannah 

I lannah 

I lann.ili :12 

Hannah r>«), 21:! 

Hann ih 22. :i'.i 

Hannah 20.7 

Hannah :!2, .77 

I '.ilinaa 202. 2:!:i 

Hannah 201' 

1 i jnnah :!">. (11 

II anil. Ui r.2, 21 I 

1 lannah 51, :mi 

Hannaii 201 

I lannah :!4.n 

Hannah fil 

1 lannah U:i 

Hannah !)2. 12.7 

Hannah 2(i;(. 2!'S 

llann^ili A 2-7I 

Hannah KHz.iIkIIi SJ. ll'l 

Hannah Jarii' 11' 

Hjiinali KitUed^e :io. l!t. 212. 211 

llannaii Ladd 207 

Hannah [..cui.'^'a lo:;, l:;7 

Hannaii IjOwell 17:1 

Hannah (Mrs.) ::in 

Hannah Oi-dway 22:!. 251' 

Hann;ih P 01 

Hann ih g i;i, SS 

Hanmah Ko;;eis :iL' 

Hannah Slanwood :;7o. '-'.'u 

li.mn.ih T 2:::i 

I laiinali Wliil linidi c :is. 72 

Ihirold II ; 

Haidid II 27:: 

llartM I. 

Il.irohl Red 

Ilaf')ld Slivcns 

Il.inici 

1 I.I rrii'i 

I l.iiairi 

IliiTi.-t 

H,i!iiet 

H.iiri.'l 

1 i irinl 

ll.irri'.'i AuLiiisl.i 

I l-i iriil Au;4iisl;i 

inuri.i i: 



::o.> 
HI 



:in 



MS 



. In 

'JS| 

211 

.ii:." 

.:;•'! 

y 



INDEX. 



427 



1M2 

1S.'{S 
IS- 50 
185:. 

IM'i 
IM14 
1866 
]M;9 
1S7.T 

1V97 
1S24 

1SS5 



1S54 
188T 
1867 
ISOfi 
1895 

1792 
1817 
1854 

1R64 
1888 
1892 
1S39 
1846 
1S82 
1844 
1888 
1873 
1850 

ISfifi 

islfi 
is:?7 



l7sr> 
l'^2l 
is2n 
iKr.?. 
is5r; 

1871) 



BAILEY OR BAYI.EY. 

(Continued.) 

Harriot Elizabeth 79 

Harriet Jant- 251, 287 

Harriet Lycouard .36s 

Flarriel Maria IS 

Harriet Maud 126 

Harriet Newell 60, 102 

Harriet Newel! 268 

Harriet Newe-11 386 

Harriet SumU'er 404.413 

Harrison 237 

llarrison 97 

Harry 66, 111 

Harry Crosswell 208 

Harry Eugene 117 

Harry Frederic 282 

Harry Grant 291 

Harvey 30 

Harvey 36 

Harvey 61, 105 

Harvey Dillon 137 

H a r voy W 49 

Hattle 380 

Hattie 396 

Hattie Carrie 134 

Hayden Gordon 295 

Hay ward 310, 35'.t 

Hazel Mae 147 

Hazen H 275 

Heaton 35, 65 

Heaton 63, 108 

Heaton 108. 139 

Helen 277 

Helen 293 

Helen 304 

Helen 117 

Helen Arvesta 107 

Helen (/ 382 

Helen E 119 

Helen E 355 

Helen Elizabeth 135 

Helen G 89 

lielen Jenkins 70 

Helen M 138 

Helen Miriam 390, 409 

Henrietta 42 

Henrietta 59 

Henrietta 'riiankful 107 

Henry 44 

Henry 62 

Henry 72 

Henry 219 

Henry 231 

Henry lou 

Ilc'nry 346 

ffenry 46, 82 

Henry 46, 85 

Henry A 272. 300 

Henry T?alch 403 

Henry Blanchfield 123 



1880 
1834 
1801 
1877 
isr,.^ 
1X13 
18SG 
1835 
1846 

1867 
1.816 
18.56 
1833 
1S31 



1S65 

1723- 

1828 

1808 
1842 



1888 
1S57 



1807 
1851 
1853 
1784 
1852 
1784 
1810 
1793 
1818 
1840 
1833 
1834 
18.55 
1790 
1895 
1891 
1852 
1731 
1710 
1728 
1719 

1853 

isr,.-. 
1S';3 
is:8 



1855 
1781 



Henry Bond 292 

Henry Bradley 49 

Henry (Capt.) 352 

Henry Carl 118 

Henry Clay 236 

Heniy Clay 268 

Henry F 120 

Henry H 59 

Henry H 258 

Henry Harding 387 

Henry Holloway 402 

Henry Holmes 357, 386 

Henry Lewis 390 

Henry Luther 79 

Henry Mathews 369 

Henry Miller .384 

Henry B 275 

?lenry Turner 390, 409 

[ Hepzlbah 9 

f {©pzibeth 66 

Herbert 385 

Herbert 217, 255 

Herbert 280 

Herbert Briggs 389 

Herbert F 275 

Herbert Harlow 149 

Herbert Ro<lney 289, 303 

Hester M 68, 113 

Hetty 112 

Hiram 63, 107 

Hiram 109, 140 

Hiram Francis 99 

Hitty 27 

Hollis Russell II, 92, 125 

Holloway 347, 374 

Hope A 383 

Horace 345, 371 

Horace B 48 

Horace Porter 407 

Horatio N 381 

Horatio N 381 

Horatio Nye 269> 299 

Hosea 211 

Howard Elliot 410 

Howard Westr n 412 

Hubbard Winslow 386 

Hudson 170 

Hulda 165 

Hulda 13 

Humnhrey 7, 16 

Ida 260 

Ida 110 

rda Belle ,394 

Ida May 130, 146 

Ida May 1.34 

Infant 41 

Infant daughter 351 

Infant daughter 289 

Infant son 345 

Ira Ill 

Ira 356 



428 



INDKX. 



lT:t:) 



losi 

ITO'J 
1 72') 
17:{i- 
174.; 

1 7:.: 

17h:! 

i7Ki; 
i7t;T 

17.SX 

l,s;!;j 

175') 
1875 

1S2.S 

IS5:; 
is:,(; 

1741 

17(i» 
1773 
I7!K) 
170.S 
IMl) 



1706 
172!» 
17:il 
ntift 
1775 
17S3 
1789 
1755 
J Sin 
ISOt 
172H 
1823 
178S 
1811 



1^50 



(ill 

aw 

.35, uO 
4!' 



I5A1LEY OK UAYI.KY. 
(Continued.) 

1;m 

Ir.i 

hi Allen 

Isaac 

Isiiiu; liiG 

l.saac 157, 161 

Isaac Itil, IM, iW 

Isaac ItJl. \iX 

Isaac 107, 17u 

Isaac 13, 23 

Isaac 177 

Isaac 177, l!)fi 

ts.iac 23, 4ii 

Isaac I'Xi 



Isiiac iin; 

Isaac IS I, 20^. 

Isaac I'.il, 225 

Isaac 2()S 

l.saac Allen 371 

Isaac Newton 3(i 

Isaac (Rev.) 175. 1!tl. 2(il 

I sabel Di^wey 4(K! 

Isabella :'.:i2 

ls;iliella 371 

Isabella. Ag-nes lOS 

Isa Udlle 27(; 

l.sabelle 2(i5 

l^-rael 323, 337 

Israel VI. 32S 

IsiMel 337, 3.5(! 

Isr.iel 32(1, 341 

Israel 335 

Israel (Capt.) 317,323 

Israel Vinal 310, 3ii() 

.Jaek.suii 2in 

Jacob 13, SI 

Jacob 243 

Jacob 317, 322 

Jacob 322 

Jacob II. 21 

Jacob 201 

Jacob , 342 

Jacob 21'., 44 

Jacob 205. 239 

Jacob (C.ipt.) 1 S3, 206 

J.icob iDea.) 34;i, 375 

Jacob K 210, 247 

Jacob (Geii.> .11, 16S, 1S2. 1S3. 241 

Jacob Loomi.s 62, Ulfi 

Jacob Noyes 206 

Jacob Whitman (I'rot.) ..225, 261 

James 37 

James r,4 

James ]',2 

Jamf^s 231 

James III. :;. ., 

.lames l.V, . |6ii 

.James ;;[,! 

James 1. y 



16M James 5 

16!I4 James 5, 10 

1720 James It 

1721-2 James 0, Kt 

1722 James 163 

1722 Jame.s 174 

I73!i James 176 

1741 J, lines 10 

1743 J.imes 17 

1745 .lames 10 

1746 James 173, 18.S 

1757 James 31, 50 

17.57 James 1S3, 207, 21S 

1706 James 186,216 

1767 .lames 1S7, 21S 

1775 James IfiS 

1 7.S4 Ja mes 205 

17SS .lames 35. 64 

I7S'( .lames 51 

17!lil James 210, 215 

17!'0 Ja mes ,3.35 

17')3 .lames 216, 253 

17'i7 J.imt-s 44 

1.SII3 J.imes 51, '.U 

1.S04 Jame.s lS!i 

ISM James 5!» 

IR22 James 261, 21)1 

IS27 J.imes 04 

17X4 .Jame-S A 207.243 

1M3 James Ad;.ms 22'.I 

James Anson 363 

IS.'.S James B 3:i6 

1,S22 James Bradley 2,53 

lsl», James Cuiiier 26;), 2!ts 

IS25 James Devvinji 373, lol 

IS35 .lames (Ur.) 234 

l.'-3'.i .1 a mes Dyas 3S5 

1st I James F SO 

J.imes (.luy .S6 

1S1I .lames H 2'.»0. 304 

IS74 James H .304 

1S4:: James Henry lO.i 

.James Jackson ii4 

ISL'2 J ames Jone.s 35S 

1S32 James Jones ,35s 

1706 James Kendrick 230 

1S31 James Ij ;t5. 1.30 

167s James (Lieut.) 161, 165 

1S27 James M 245 

James Miinioe 245 

1612 ,lames (ut llowley) 1, II. 3, 212. 252 

1S.50 James Oscar 401 

isos Jame..; I' 314 

.J.i mes Pearsons 63 

I S6s .la mes R 12.'i 

160.V J.imes (Rc\-.) 16.5. 173. 171 

1750 .l.im*->s (Rev.) 13. 34 203 

l^iM .l.inie..; Roderick l:'.o, 1)7 

is.'lfi .lames Rov.irs !n , 122 

ison .l.imes Sprncer 232.26)5 

.J.imes Thomas 31.'i 



INDEX. 



429 



BAILKY OR BAY LEY. 

(Contlnuod.) 

1S23 J.im.^s Thomas HOii 

l^^l Jarm^^ We.<;ley L'llS. 2H7 

1821 James Winchell ..n.^iS 

1S09 J.amps Y 44 

Jane ^,c, 

J'^ne 37 

Jane 4;-, 

1700 Jane ...!:!17 

ITOfi Jane 7, n 

]7:?9 Jane 14 

ITfi.'i Jaine* 2S 

1S05 Jane il 

1S12 Jane IH 

1800 Jane Joh nf-on 2()S 

J;irvis 341 

1S2.? Jasper 221 , 2v>'< 

ISftO Jeanette .,12i 

Jedodiah n4r. 

1720 Jcdediah ]2, 22 

1777 Jedediah 3(;n 

ISC'? J. Edmond .!.2Gfi 

■lennie 102 

1S6G Jennie Amelia 401 

Jennie E l.^r( 

1856 Jennie P 107, ]S,s 

Jennie (Mrs.) SflO 

170!; Jeremiah 7. 15 

1822 Jeremi.ah ?,r,^, .3,Si 

lsr>G Jerome R 2Sf; 

1797 Jerry 210 

1725 Jeru.'sha 31S 

17SG Jeru.'sha 325 

1760 Jcrusha ];12 

1781 Jerusha I!t4, 22.8 

Jessie ]\\ 

1.861 Jessie Larinda 1.^0, 14.'') 

18,57 Jes.'^ie Lettia ..104 

1877 Je.ssle May 287 

1843 Jessie Peter.'' .168 

18.5G Jessie Slinpluff 40:? 

Jetliro 32 

1741 Jethro 17. 32 

J. Frank 3K'.t 

17.32 Joan (or Jr.ne) .322 

Joanna l.^-, 

Joanna ic, 

172.'{ Joanna 7 

1765 Joanna 1<I3 

1789 Joanna 1H2, 227 

1804 Joanna 3.r-,4 

1813 Joanna l.f,;, 

1840 JoannR cg 

Job 320 

176C Job 320 

1794 Job .340. 3fiO 

Job Foster .360 

1865 Job Foster 3S9 

1824 Joel Warren 234, 271 



1808 Joel Webster 22 1' 

Joli.nnna if).-,, l.'-.t., ib( 

•Tolin 62 

Jcbn 245 

John 296 

John 30h. 310, 357 

Jolin 310, 311, 314 

John .356 

John 3(j4 

1G42 John !!.ril, .3^ 4 

1G43 John Jse' l,=;7 

lG(i8 John 313 

1673 John 315.317 

1G7S John ],;oj i(;3 

IG.VG John r, 

1G91 John 4"" p 

]G9,S .Tohn G, 12 

1701 John !«•{' 17(" 

1701-2 John ^". 7 

1703 John 317 322 

1711 John '.ifi.'i 

171.'-; John <j 

1722 Jotin ...170 

^l"' John "..'.iG8yi84 

li;2 John ^. ^9 2" 

17.37 John .'. .......'...'.'.'.".'.'. ."".17,' 

17tl John 14 ' 2,-, 

'^•^^ John 14' 27 4.'; 

^'"■' -T^'in , .3.34. 35U 

':;'•' John V. 18,5. 21G 

li5(> .John jj^4 

17f,0 John '!! 23 

1765 John .184^207 



.184. 209 



17G5 John 

17G6 John 33y 3r,(j 

1770 John ' |v;j^ 



1777 .Tohn 



26 



1777 John o^ 

1778 John i^-: 

1781 John 20t« 

17.83 John 2s 

1787 John 19.51230 

^!_^'^ John 351 377 

li8,S John 210 24-'> 

1789 John '211; 

1791 John 20.'.. 24ii 

'■"^1- John '..'.'.'..m. 2,30 

181." John 41; jjj; 

1822 John 940' 274 

1N29 John ....".. .'.2G7 

18;o John 245 279 

1828 John A .......".!.". 03 

1811) John Aiden f)2. 124 

1.8''2 John Alden 12,1 

18,32 John Brown .q^ )2fi 

18:'G John Calvin ........'. 58 

184G John C'alvin 94 

1730 John (Col.) 322 '33.3 

1>'31 John Crocker 2G3! 2!t4' 

JNO2 John Dennis 219 

107.-. John (Dr.) 101, 104^105 



430 



1838 
1S81 
1S73 



INOKX. 



BAILEY OR BAYLEY. 
(CouUuued.) 

...2fir., 29' 

14:; 

121 

'".'...172. 1H2, 187 



ISlfi 
1832 
1S02 
]Sr,3 
17ri3 
1S24 
1843 
18fi»i 

ISIO 

i«i;i 

U13 
1H37 
ISU 
1*<(JC 

1828 



IS.Vi 

1815 
1846 
1M2 

ISI'S 
1840 
1S42 

1S89 
1841 

Tti4(; 
1(.70 



John B 

John F 

John George 

John Gidding 

John Gldding 1'- ^^'- ^'' 

John Gidoon 

John Graves 

John H 

John H 



1672 Joseph 

ii;7!i 

](;8i 



.31: 



.15: 



.:'.t;4, 
ir.r,. 

.:!74. 

.a:. 



82 
117 
ISO 

3y:t 
ir.T 

.^:'.o 

402 

7:i 

2;i 

. '•>'•' 



i;. 4!t, 



:• 



ir 



. . . .221 
01. 103 

208 

....26< 

20''. 

John Hazcn ^^ 

John Henry ^ 

John Henry 

John Henry 

John (Hon.) 

John James 

Johii. Jr 

John, .Ir 

John I-ewis 

John J^ittle 

John M 

John Moor 

John NeiWLon 

John (of S.all!-bury) I 

John Q 

John Ross 

John, Sr 

Jolm Tah<T 

John Thoinris Uradish 

John Trull 

John Waf''^ 

John W.irrm 

Johi\ William 

John William 

John William 

John Worlhinglon ... 

Jonath.iii 

Jonathan 

Jonaihiui 

l(i94-5 Jonathan 

1710 Jonathan 

1724 Jonathan 

173:5 Jonathan 

17:^5 Jonathan 

17:17-8 Jonathan 

1751 Jonathan 

Jonathan 

Jonathan 

Jonalhrin 

Jonathan 

Jonathan 

Jonathan 

Joniit'ifi.n 

Jonathan 1'. 

jon,i.than P.irsons .. 

cnt '»"> ^— 

47 

:^r)i 

..3GI, 3s:i 



1701 

1702 

1703 

170S 

1722 

1727 

1728 

1730 

17:;:; 
i7:;i; 

1741 

174:: 
17 ir. 

111!. 

174:1- 

I7".!i 
l/tid 

i7(;:: 

17(.7 
1771 
1771 
1774 



Joseph :{15, 317. 330 

Joseph •^••l'*!^^ 

Joseph '• '" 

Joseph 163, 170 

Jo.seph l***^' l'''^. 

Joseph 8, U 

Itii 

170 

"' 170 

r* 22 

Joseph ''•'• ^'': 

Joseph '' 

:!2.^ 

". .32r. 

VI. 328 



Joseph 
Jost'iih 
Joseph 
Joseph 



17M 
1757 
1758 
177C 
17!^1 
1797 
18:;2 
]7!i4 
1704 
1771 



ir.i;. ir.7 

:;is 

91', 

..54, 90 
.360, .188 

3(i8 

S2 

:!85 

29'; 

393 

41 

:{ 

<; 
11 

1.85 

, 12 

, 12 

. 12 

21 

.185 

343 

. 22 

22 

22 

2.5:; 

.317 

110 

f.5 

. 3(1 



...4. 
...6. 
.168, 



.11, 



,327, 



.216, 

..66 
..35 



Joseph 

Jost'iih 

Joseph 

Joseph ■„' ' ' ''^ 

■iO Joseph ^-''- ^'^'^ 



1648 



Jonathan .S;.iki 

.Foseph 

Joseph 

Sh::.:. 107. m.. 



1777 

1779 

17SI 

17' '5 

17:ii; 

1802 

ISKt 

ISU 

ISl!! 

18T' 

ls;io 

IS 16 

1882 
18-J2 
1.8,58 
1704 
182i 
1839 
1818 
18i;2 
1833 

is.;i; 

]S(l!l 
1S12 

1848 
1812 



1844 

i82(; 

1866 

isor. 



329 
.192. 

.:t2r, 



28 



346 

. 21 

226 

340 

. 21 

.3:15 

.195 

48 

47 



.l()se|ili 

.loseiih 

.lostph 

Joseph 

.losepli • 

Joseipll 

•Idsiph 

Joseph 

.loseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Josc-p'h 

Joseph 

Joseph 

losei)h ^ * 

42, 80 

378 

240 

8-; 

265 



:;4'T 

.340. 361 
.201, 235 
..59. 9S 



Josejih 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph 

Joseph Arthur 



Joseph B -8** 

Joseph (.'ahin 374 

Joseph Cushir.K ^^'" 

Joseph (Dea.) 318, 324, 326 

Joseph E 371 

Joseph Edmon.ls 230.265 

.Joseph Edw.iid 371 

Joseph Htnry S7 

Joseiih Henry ^8 

Joseph Homy 5"' 

Joseph Hutchitis 206. 242 

Joseph Jennes 198. 2:;o, 231 

.Tose.ph K -■'•^ 

Josei)h Melville 279 

Josopli « ''••'. -"^ 

Joseph Tilden 360 

Joseph Tildon 388 

Joseph W 249 

J oseph W:i rrcn 368 

Jose|)h \\'arren 2S1 

Jo-;-^ph Whitm.\n 292 

Josephine 3i>^ 



INDEX. 



431 



P.AII-EV Oil I5AVLKY. 

((Jonthuiecl.) 

IS-irr Josppnlne S." 

Josoipli Ij (\T, 

Joseph 99 

1HW JoRoph Wf(rren :«» 

Joshua Ill, r.i 

Joshua 54 

Joshua ITiT 

Joshua lii? 

Joshui 15V 

Joshui 157 

Joshu.i IGl, lOr. 

Joshu.i 1G1, 1(57 

Joshua IfiS 

Joshua 171 

Jos'hu.i r,l^ 

Joshua 173 

Joshua 325, Z?,9. 

Joshua ]". 

Joshu.1 17'i 

Joshua 1!) 

Joshua 179. 201 

JoMhua 2(»'> 

Joshua 191. 22s 

Joshua V, 201, 2^■^ 

Joshua 200 

Joshua 202, 2;!:> 

Joshun y02. 2a7 

Joshua 2:;2, 2r.7 

Joshua 2^r., 2fin 

Joshua 2.''.S, 270, 27! 

Joshua (Col.) IV, is:;, 20.-. 

Joshua D ZT.^ 

Joshua (Dca.) TV. ir.7. 17.i 

Joshua Holt its 

Joshua (Lieut.) IV. Hm, I7!t 

Joshua Mt'iTlU 2i;!t 

Joslah 7. n 

Joslah 177 

Joslah 1:"., 2;i 

Joslah 177 

Josiah 177, 19S 

Josiah 21, 42 

Josiah i2. 7S 

Joslah 220. 2.'.7 

Joslah Littlo 1.S7. 221 

Josiah LltllP 24.'H 

Jothani Wade noi, 390 

Judith n20 

Judith 1.57 

Judith 1';i, Jf;s 

Judith 1(10 

Judith ir.7 

Judith 1G7, ISl, 1S2 

Judith 177, 19.-,, 197 

7 Judith n:!t 

Judith 184 

Judith 202 

Judith 209. 241 

Juditli 19,"i 



10.52 
Hi57 

ifisn 
]r,s5 

1713 

172(; 

]72fi 
1735 
17.T) 
1737 
1744 
1755 
17.' 7 
17.S2 
17S3 
17S7 
17S9 
17S9 
r/90 
1S06 
LSI 2 
1S42 
1753 
1,S24 
1712 
1,S34 
1712 
1S42 
1705 
1733 
1734 
1736 
1701 
170S 
1S04 
l.SOC 
17,Sii 
1S20 
1S32 

1C05 

10S9 

1090 

1720 

1724 

1744 

1740- 

176.3 

17.S7 

17S7 

1789 



1799 
is3t 
LSI 5 
1S07 



1.S34 

i,s;;7 

lS5li 
1S.32 
1.S04 
1S12 
1S:!,S 
IS?! 



1.S07 
IViO 

jsnr 

1772 
ISIO 
ISll 
1S91 

1734 
1S07 
1770 
17'IS 
ISIS 

isr.) 

1S07 

is;o 

1S20 
is 79 

1S3S 



ISSt 

1S4(; 

1S41 

1 s(;2 
1794 
1S75 
1.S91 

175^1 

1S25 
]Si)2 
1S92 

1703 
1S91 
1.'^I4 



1S97 
l.SOfl 



Judith 231 

Juditli 230 

Judith 202 

Juditli H 02 

Juditl) Sawyor 244, 27S 

Julia 04 

Julia 20s 

Julia Ann 7S, 114 

.liilia AUKU.^ta 392 

Julia E 12i 

Julia Faulkp.or lOiJ 

Julio Ann 203 

Juliette Charlotte 43 

June ITT, 4S 

Justus A 407 

Tvate R 275 

T<atharine 39h 

Kathorine 100 

Katlierine 340 

l\;itherine J S5 

K.'itherine Maria 25.' 

Kendall 210 

Kendall V. 5.3. 215 

Kend.ill 24S 

Kenneth 304 

Kenneth AVe.-;ton 412 

K.eziah 323 

Kf zia h ,3.54 

K'iah .33. 34, 59 

Ki.ih 0(1 

Kiah 01, 104 

Klah Whitelield 104 

Kilbourn 340 

T.aban Menill 207. 29;i 

T/aiTil)ert 3(* 

T.alta 25 1 

I.att.i C 2S7 

I -.■111 I- 1 A 3,St 

T.aur.T Aldeii 92 

T>aiira Tiarnes 20 < 

\iii ;UM Hel.n 125 

Lauii T. 407 

1 .aiii'i .M S7 

T..iuri M V. VI. 2S9. 302 

l.aur.t M.iria 2Iii. 250 

LrUire.-itine Marie 292 

T.auriat 121 

Tjavin.i 2:\t 

I-avina ISO. 201 

L,avinia l.';!i 

Lavlnia GO 

Lawrence 211 

Ijawrence Humiphrey 410 

l,eander 304 

I.,ebbius 334 

T.ee Harold 149 

lyenui.^l Stetson .340, 3,59 

Lena ]3!i 

T.enor.a (Mrs.) 211 

T.eoiia Elisabeth .301 

Tieonard 217, 254 



432 



INDEX. 



ISTfi 

1798 

ISIO 
1871 
1849 
1S54 
1879 
1S69 

1739 
17G6 
1792 
1797 
1819 
1823 
1790 

1792 
1836 
1824 
18(;(; 
1862 

1809 
1837 
1S71 
18G0 
1855 
1878 
JSfiO 

i.sr.8 

1872 



1855 
1855 
1S87 
1784 
1772 
]77'> 



1839 
1868 

1S8S 
1879 

1821 
1847 
1809 

1853 

1835 
1797 
18i)3 
1S90 
1836 



BAILEY OR BAY LEY. 

(Continued.; 

Leonard Lionel 2;tS 

Leonard P 3i;J 

Leonard P 344. 36.S 

Leonard Prince 340, 362 

Leonora Almira 4.! 

Leota Antella 132 

Leroy 83 

Leslie May 105 

Le.ster CuMis 298 

Loster Franklin 132 

Levi 27(1 

Levi 17 

Levi 31, 52. 214 

Levi 52. 214 

Levi 52, 92, 215 

Levi P 03, lOS 

Levi Parsons 60, 103 

Levina 347 

Lewis 110 

Lewi.s 347 

Lewis J<r 

Lewis Edward 375, 403 

Lewis H ns 

Lewis Herbert 403 

Lewis Hamilton lol 

L.>wis Hfimilton 60, lol 

Lewis Htimillori 101 

Llliajn Ferpriison 1|:> 

Lilla Kva 126 

Jyilla Fr.inces 27!" 

Lilla May 281 

Lillian Jane 295, .305 

Llllie May 391 

Linnie May 131, 117 

Lizzie 7N 

Lizzie su 

Lizzii' A 272 

Livizie i; 2V4 

Lizzie (1 120 

Loam mi 210 

Lois 27 

Lois 193, 104 

l,oralii 102 

Loranle (Mrs.) 192 

Lorin;,' VVcarl 262, 291 

liOrins' Woarl 292 

Lottie Jane 151 

Lottie Luella 1.32 

LouLs G 277 

Lou is.a 56 

Louisa He 11 70 

Louise 215 

T.onisH 291 

Louise (' 2.50, 2S4 

l/ouise Jane 36.S 

Lovisa 347 

Lowell Omaf 151 

Lue.^y i'earl 149 

Lueien ("hamivlin 263, 294 



1757 
17<.5 
1791 
1794 
\SW 
1810 
LSI 6 
ISlf. 
1^28 
1N2!< 
1S:(3 

ixi;s 

1S07 
1 800 
1829 
1S51 

1801 
183S 
1545 



1'5'.» 
177S 

i:«i 

1782 
17S7 
1787 
17!)3 
17:i5 
1K()5 
1M13 
IHIS 
KS30 
1831 
1S30 
1S71 
1^72 
1,S37 
1S22 
1S25 
1S49 



1838 
1S08 
IS 19 
1813 
IKS.? 
1^*24 
1870 
1S67 
1878 
1823 
18S9 
1%2 



1745 



.ucinda 68 

jiieiniia 331 

>ucin<la 334 

-ueinda 41, 74 

aicinda 352 

..ucinda 37 

aieinda 348 

jucind.a 241 

Aieinda 354 

.iiclnda 240 

.ueinda .379 

.ucinda 212, 277 

-ueinda Hanna.h 124, 144 

.ueinda Noyes 2.33 

-ucinda P 344 

.ueinda Perry 36S, 396 

-ucinda S 275 

-Licretia 228 

.ucreiia 226 

lUcretia 66 

-ucretia Ann 100 



65 
99 



.51 



.330 
. 25 
.337 
.204 
90 
.34X 



ucy 
>uey 
..uiy 
aiey 
..ney 
-ucy 
.ucy 
-ucy 
-uey 

.ucy :!i 

.ucy 347 

-ucy 353 

-uey 0], 10! 

-ucy 35i, 381 

Airy 375 

-uey 
aiey 
A>vy 
.ucy 
Aicy 
.lUcy 

uey 



374 

240 

402 

285 

A 99 

Ann 6S, 112 

Ann 5(i 

.uey Ann 100 

-uey ]{. (Mrs.) 356 

aiey Denison 341. ,344, 391 

-uc\- Derby 69 

.uey E ,383 

.ucy Rlvira 99 

.ucy l<-veline 43 

-ucy (Joldsmitli 135 

..uey Mathews \'I. 369 

..ucy May 264, 295 

.ucy Hose Ill 

.uey Sawyer 402 

-uke 248 

-ulu rtidl 151 

.ura M V, Vi. 2S!t. 302 

jUthei- 1!». 36 

-uther ■',:,•'. 

-ulher 17. 32 



INDEX. 



433 



1752 
I77S 
1782 
1788 
1803 
1S16 
ISHi 
1S2C 
li.74 



1644 

](;S8 
i6:ir, 

1714 
1V55 
1762 
1770 
1772 
17«r. 
1797 
1803 
lK(t!) 
1798 
1820 
i831 
1842 
1825 

178S 

1843 
1814 

1806 
1830 

ISOC 

1878 

l«i68 
1S7L 
18.12 
1SS1 
17S2 
1730 



17!i2 
1820 
1838 
1842 



1764 

1894 



BAILKY OR BAYLEY. 

(Continued.) 

l.uther 331, 351 

l-nthtT 32 

Luther 35, 02 

l.uther 346 

I.uthoT 353 

I.uiher 42 

I.uther 355, 381 

Luther C3 

Luthor Joshua 27". 

Lydlci 3 

Lydla 45 

Lydia 63 

Lydla # 207 

Lydla 33S 

Lydia IH. J, 4 

LydU 4 

Lydla 160 

Lydia 1G7 

Lydia 191 

Lydia 32G 

Lydla 25 

Lydia 335 

l,ydia 227 

Lydia 209 

Lydia 340 

Lydia #340 

Lydia Ann 227. 263 

Lydla Ann 253. 284 

Lydia Ann 247 

lyydia Anna 2C5 

Lydla Crocker 263 

Lydla Foster 360 

Lydia H 26. 45 

Lydia Jane 392 

Lydia Jane 3.19 

Lydia L 355. 382 

Lydia Mor.se 205 

T>ydia N 41 

Lydia Orlssa 249 

Lydla S 296 

L\-man 38 

Lyni-in E 121 

Mabel 255 

Mabel A 284 

Mabel Flora 4(H 

MaR}?ie J 274 

Maimle Ktlielyn 126 

Mana.s^f^h 22. 39 

M.vrah 17. 31 

Marcla .341 

Mareia .3.53 

Marcla 340 

Marcla 261 

Marcla Amnnda 9S 

Miircus 109. K? 

MarKMret 68. 112 

Margaret 107 

Ma rj^aret 335 

Marg'.aret 412 



1829 
1840 

1,-77 
1885 

1871 

1821 
1S22 
1826 
1S03 

;s]0 

1827 

is:'o 

1866 
1V.33 
1866 

1S36 
1895 
1817 



1819 
1804 
1833 

1852 
1850 

ISIS 
1802 
18.35 



1688 
1707 
173S 
1766 
1780 
1793 
ISlt. 
1820 
1827 
1829 
1860 
1818 
1809 
1S20 
1827 

1S50 

ISl.'t 

m.K 

1810 
1844 
iS97 



Margaret Ann 79 

Mai-,o:;iret Anna 385 

Margaret Currier 106 

Maryuret Kniersoin 293 

Marg-aret Louise 13K 

Marg-aret MarshaJl 292, 304 

Margaret THden 360 

Margaret Tilden 361 

Margaret Wade 361 

Margaret Wade 361 

Marli. 363, 391 

Maria 355 

Maria 38 

Maria 358 

Maria Anne VL, 403 

Maria K 379 

Maria Amnie VI., 403 

Maria Wade 36o 

Maria Whitmr.n 262 

Marian Vesta 301 

Maj-i.iiine TtS 

Marietta 80 

Marietta 66, 111 

Marietta R 233 

Marinda 215, 250 

M.arlnda 93 

Marlon Aupus-ta 404. 412 

Marion G 89 

Marlon Gertrude 139 

Marlon JiiMa 267 

Mark 217 

Marshall A 254,286 

Martha 312 

Martha 336 

Ma r t ha 341 

Martha 160 

Martha 318 

Martha 325 

Martlia .326 

Martha 34 

Martha 216 

Martha 248 

Martha 240 

Martha 241 

Martha 248 

Martha A 281 

Martha Adam.s 56 

Martha Ann 357. 385 

Martha Ar.n 357, 387 

Martha A. VV 79, 115 

Martha Barnard 369 

Martha FliUIla 91 

Martha Gray 370. 397 

Martha Hawllng 395 

Martha (Mrs.) ,320 

Martha Noyes 233 

Martha Pa.ge lO.t 

Martha Peckham 121 

Martha R 407 

Martin go 

Martin 342, 364 



434 



indp:x. 



(IS 

.r,-> 



r.AILKY on UAYI.EV. 

(Continued.) 

ITfll M.irtin ;i 

179S Miirtiii 

ISO? Mnrlin ''■>"• 

1S4S Mrirtin Van I'.iiron •-'CO, I'Os 

M:iiy •-"> 

\rary 37 

Mury r,l 

M;u-y SO 

Mary lOl' 

Mary IT-l, VM) 

Maty ION 

Mary 212 

Maiy 2<;!i. 272 

Mary 2Tr. 

Mary ;!2o 



M; 



u,:o 

1(17:5 

ics:; 

1P99 
1 70,1 
1707 

i7ir. 

1715 
1725 
1720 
172!' 
1741 
1712 
17-1:! 
17r.(. 

i7r.i 
i7(;2 

17t-5 

I7(i;) 

1774 
1774 
1777 
17S2 
I7sr> 

n.sc 
I7si; 

17S!) 
17S1) 
17!Pl 

17! 15 

17!k; 

17!)S 
ISO:! 

1S04 
1S05 
ISOS 
ISON 
1S09 
ISll 



Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary Ifil 



.042 
.:!!t2 
.?,U 
.:!!■; 



M; 



.^V 



Mary 4 

Mary VV., 

Mary H;:'., 171 

Mary ir.5 

Mary C 

Mary 7 

Marv 170 



M; 



.170 



Mary 170 

Mary 17S. l!ts 

Marv 175 



M: 



IS 



Mary 14 

Mary 32:t 

Mary :U 

Mary 101 

Mary IW 

Mary 2St 

Maiy lOt! 

Mary n:!!" 

Mary 2(i!t 

Mary :!51. ^71', 

Mary 2";. 45 

Mary :'5. IV.] 

Mary 201 

Mary 22!i 

Mary 215. 2 IS 

Mary V. 2Ii; 

Mary L'm; 

M iry 210. 21'". 

Mary 14 

Mary CO 

Mary i'.'i. 10(i 

Mary CI 

Mary 2oS 

Mary n.5:: 

Mary 02 



1S15 

lS2o 

1 S'_':i 

1S24 
1S24 
1S2C 
1S-_>7 
1S.10 



1.S72 
1ST7 
1S21 

ISll 

1S12 
1SI2 
1S12 

is:^i 

1S50 



lS2|i 
1S42 
1S45 
1K51 

1S,5S 

1S';2 
is:!0 
170.T 
lSt>7 

1S27 
1S1H 
1S2S 
1S40 
1S40 
lS5(i 



1S07 
1S4C 

1 S25 
17'i5 

1S0(; 
1SI4 
isr,7 
is:;n 
isss 
is:!(i 
is:; I 



iso:; 
1S"2 

ISf.ll 



Mary Ill 

Mai'y ST 

Mary :'.CS, ?.'M, 

Mary 24U 

Mary V. 247 

Mary V. 247 

Mary 254 

Mary :^7:? 

Mary A ti5 

M.i.'-y A 2:;.; 

M uy Abbic^ IIC 

M.xry Al>iKail 12:! 

M.iry Adaliiii' .".C 

M.iry Alico ^•!'^ 

Miry Alma loV 

M:iry Ann 4s 

Ma ry A tin 221 

Mary Ann 24.r 

Mary Ann :!S.",. 407 

Mary Ann III. 4C, S5 

Mary Dunran :'.71. 4(Mi 

Mary 10 "M 

Mary I'Mdy ^,'.> 

Mary K. H 2!iC 

Mary lOliza n.5!i 

Mary Klizaboth 7H. 115 

Mary Kliznb-th 'X> 

Mary KHa 127 

Mary P^lla S5 

Mary Ella 27^* 

M.ary Elkvi 2:!C 

Mary Follansl>i".e 1SS. 1122 

Mary Fredt I'ii'ka 2S:i 

Mary Holman :iO 

Mary J SI 

Mary Jano 57 

Mary Jano 2«;n. 201 

Mary Jano 71 

Mary Jano 240 

Mary Jano 20(; 

Miry E 24-J 

Mary E.idd 242 

M.iiy I,ov\ is n4 

Mary T>ouis-a loo 

Mary (Mrs.) :tU: 

Mary Nowhill :i7s 

Mary (or M'i(>- \V.) 2IC 

Mary I' 2:!!' 

M.iry V V. 221 

M.irv r 250 

M.iry I'orry 201 

Maiy U 257 

Mary Sil)yl 411 

M.ary Suthorl.and 241i. 27S 

Mary Wade iWl 

Mary (Widow) 220 

Matilda 2.17 

M.itilda 20:!. 2.10 

Matilda Ann Ill, 4G 

Mattio 12S 

Maud 2/7 



INDEX. 



435 



HAILEY OB BAVLKV. 

(Continued.) 

I'.TO Maud C 20G, 2'W 

l.Sfi9 Maud Goraldlne 13:i 

Mehltable :t 

MehitiLble r!2!t 

Mehltable 407 

1709 Mehltable R, IS 

17(;:! Mehltable 20 

l'S•^ Meliltable .143 

17J9 Mohitablo 217 

1SS9 Melbourn Oi-an 149 

17X9 Melinda 191 

1857 Melissa Ropella 99 

18&1 Me'lvena 110. 142 

M eilvi n Sfn! 

1 Melzar C 354 

iv:;9 .Melzar C. Jr :r.l 

IT-S Mephilio.sheth :M:! 

1712 Alorcy 7, 10 

1730 Morry 17.'., 191 

1744 Morcy 331 

17(14 Mfcn-y 192 

1705 Mercy (or Mary) 1|I6 

1S03 Mor.'y Vlnal .T(9 

1795 Moroy W V. 21*; 

Merrill 2tvr, 

MiM-rill 233 

Merrill B 29C 

ISRfi Merton Wynian 151 

1.S4S M. Fillmore 291 

1709 Mk-jl 21 

1792 Michael 219 

Michael Little 219 

1824 Milo 241. 277 

Milo 213 

1856 Milton R 272 

Mlnah 02 

Minnie 139 

:S!-r. Minnie F 2SX 

larc Minnie Florence ... 3SX. 4(tS 

18C9 Minnie Ha.seltino 130 

lS4f> Mir I Bates 3S."i 

1749 Miranda .325 

1812 Miranda 24S. 2X0 

1710 Miriam 9 

1813 Miriam Hussey 37S, 400 

1804 Min-i.im 347 

(Mi.'^.«) OX 

(Mls-s) 112 

17.53 Molly 23 

1707 Molly 21 

1770 Molly 2iM) 

1775 MoMy 27 

1703 Molly (or Polly) 31, 51 

1803 Moody HarKer 241. 275 

1792 Moody Hedel 200 

Morgraai 05 

Morris 110 

Moses 32 

Moses 181 



1072 
1712 
171(i 
1733 
1740 
174'( 
1700 
1709 
1772 
1774 
1792 
1X21 
1S.51 
1772 

1795 
1795 
1S27 
1X7S 
1793 
1X23 



17.S0 
ISOl 
1X19 



1.X30 

1827 
1S39 
172:; 
1X00 
1721 
1740 
1S04 
1S52 
1X30 
ISII 
ixi;; 
1075 
1703 
1727 
1740 
1713 
1709 
1771 
I7S1 
I7x:t 
1S(»2 
1X12 

1><I(; 
1X17 
1732 



17i'9 



Mose.g 204 

Mo.«e.s 330 

•3 Moses 5 

13 Moses 6 

Moses 107, 17S 

Mosej! IX 

Moses 178 

Moses 10 

Moses 23 

Moses 200, 231 

Moses 195 

Closes ISO 

Moses 189, 224 

Moses 66, 110 

Moses Edwin 99 

Mo.ses Little 187, 219 

Myra 110 

Myra 37, 08 

Myra 34.5 

Myra Bates 357 

Myrtis Cercllia 110 

Nahnm 355, 350, 3X4 

Nahum 3X1 

Nancy 29 

Nn.ncy 30 

Nancy 339 

Nancy 211 

Nancy 210, 240 

Nancy ,383 

Nancy Ann ,392 

Nancy Dow 2US 

Nancy 11 257 

Nancy (Mrs.) 383 

Nancy S 250, 283 

Nancy Sophia 58 

Naomi 317 

Natalie Cumminss 120 

Nathan 108 

Nathan 13 

Nathan 21/ 

Nath.m Hale 390 

Nathan Lawson 253 

Nathan MeKusly 20X 

Nathan McKusty 208 

NathanlH 4. 7 

Nathaniel 7. 12 

N;ithani(>l 12 

N.t.thaniel 177 

Natha;niel 14. 20 

Nathaniel 101 

N.ithani.l 20. 43 

Nalhailiel 25. 42 

N'al h.iniel 224 

Nath.iniel 44 

N.ith miel 211. 270 

Nathaniel 200. 290 

N.ith.iiiiel 43 

Nalh.mi.-l (De.i.) 174. 17.5. IW 

Nathaniel Tilden 325 

Nehemlah 172 

Nehemlah 216 



436 



INDEX. 



HAILEY OR BAYI.RV. 
(Continued.) 

1S55 Nellie C 27:. 

18C0 Nellie Evelyn 12K 

1877 Nellie Isitbel l.'U 

1857 Nellie L 2S6 

1861 Nellie May 127 

ISte Nellie May 279 

1887 Nellie Valeria ?M 

Nelly 3S9 

Nelaon 27r> 

1821 Nelson 241, 27G 

186S Nelson 274 

Nel.son Albert 27ii 

1896 Nelson Wilhur 12S 

18fiC Nettle F SS, 122 

Nettie M ,'.:;!I4 

IXfif. Nettle Orrilla 120. 14.'. 

1891 Nina E 27.'? 

1757 Noah lK,-> 

17fil Noah 330 

1847 Norm.ui Brig-ham 2(17, 297 

1873 Norman H 297 

i7.Sl Noyes IS:) 

1779 Noye.s 205 

17.% Olive S21 

174S Olive 324 

1761 Olive IS.". 2H 

1836 Olive J 4ij" S6 

1826 Olive W ' .3S1 

Oliver 2:!7 

1742 Oliver ......'. .]sr> 

17CR Oliver 50, 2l;5 

17f.S Oliver 1S4, 1S.5, 215 

1794 Oliver 4'5 8(i 

1796 Oliver 21.^.' 249 

18.31 Oliver Alvln SI 

1859 ( liver Blackinpton 8:? 

l<<Oh C^ma;- ,-,3. 95 

1832 Om.ar 95_ 133 

(^nslow Stearns 4g 

Oran,.?e 234 

Oren 5} 

Orin 234 

1VS4 OrLando Sargent V, 1S9. 22.^ 

IMS Orlando Sarpent 22:? 2'^ 

1852 Orlo SS 

Orrin 110 

Orrin HI 

1S.50 Orrln ]',][' ss 

IMr, Orrln 11 275 

1802 Orson 42. 76. 7S 

Orval 54 

1832 0.sear ! 257 

1.S4; O.'^ear ! ! ! SS 

1853 O.sear Myriok .....!.,.. 71 

1811 Oscar PiiK-kney 43 

1816 Ostoar I'lncktiey 43 

1847 Oscar Sllfis WrlK-ht los 13s 

1798 OtlH 4.) 

1806 Otis 51^ yj 



18:^2 Otis 95 

1822 Ozi.is Benjamin 2::s. 269, 272 

lS7n Ozias 'I'liercn 299 

ISOO Pamela ] 44 

Pameli'a 30 

Pamell I (Mrs.) 221 

I'arkcr ijix 

I'aul 37 

Paul 3S6 

P'aul (1st.) 326. .3.3S. 3:19, 385 

F*aul 10 

Paul 179 

f'aul 21, 37 

Paul '.:!27 

Paul (2d) 339, 357. 3S5 

Paul 202 

Paul (3d) 339. 357. 38S 

Paul 202 

Paul .\lhirt 236 

Paul Edwin 3S5 

Paul I^arkin 296 

Peletiah 192, 226 

Perci\'al C2 

I'ercival 203 

Percy M 273 

Persis 33 

Per.sis 34J, 

Phebe 309 

Phebe Ann ("lark 241 

I'hebe (Trace v. 286 

Phehe Green v, 286 

Phebe Ijouisa 103 

Philander 35, t;2 

Philiiipa 32f; 

Philippa .340 

Philip Kush 297 

Philip Stanley 410 

Phineas 2i) 

T'hine.is 28, 4.s 

F'hilieas 53. 91 

Phoebe 29 

Phoebe 33(1 

Pierce 43, 47 

Pierce 14 

Fierce 26. 43 

Pler|)oln t \', 236 

Plerpont V, 2.3G 

T'looma m. .53, 215 

T'lovm,! in, 53, 215 

Polly 34 

Polly .'3.; 

Polly 41 

Polly 332 

Polly 33,; 

1716 Polly ]S(I 203 

1787 Polly 22. 40 

1785 Polly (or Mary) 28 

1772 Polly (or Moliv) .24 

1676 Priscilla UO 

1712 Pri.scllla 163,171 

1SI3 Pri.scllla .'.354 



1743 
175] 
1763 
1769 
1770 
17S2 
1796 
1S25 
18.32 
1.S3S 
1S3S 
1894 
177S 



1S66 
1783 
1793 
1754 

1SS6 
ISS6 
1S60 
1780 

1809 
1875 
189(1 

1799 
1800 



173S 
1766 



isos 

ISOS 



INDEX. 



437 



1715 
IT-tS 
1757 
17f,7 
17X0 
17Sfi 
1792 



lOfil: 

1719 
1721 
17.'{2 
1740 
1748 
17S4 
]7iK) 
1S21 

1884 

1849 
1S91 
1S24 

i^;n 

1875 



1641 

1675 
173Y 
1746 
1747 
1774 
1776 
1800 
1801 
1804 
1807 
]So9 

1781 



18.31 

1731 
1759 
1771 
1806 
18a5 
1804 



BAILEY OK BAYLEY. 

(Uontlnucd.) 

F'rudence 320 

Prudence 178 

ITudence 178. 19') 

Prud3nce 21 

¥'rude ice 187 

Prudence 207 

Prudence 198 

Prudence Noyes 207, 2is 

Rachel 64 

Rachel 332 

Rachel 379 

Rachel 157, JGl 

Racheil 317, 32t 

Rachel 7 

Rachel 170 

Rachel 323 

Rachel 19 

Rachel 36 

Rachel 356 

Rachel 59 

Rachel J. D .■^79 

Ralph Abbott 135 

Ralph EdwaI^i 139 

Ralph Origt-Ti 260 

Ralp'h Wilson 138 

Randall 248 

Raymond Edwin 148 

Raymond L, 139 

R. D 131 

Rebecca 329, 330 

Rebecca 335 

Rebecca 336 

Rebecca 157, 159 

Rebecca l'>o 

Rebecca 171 

Reb'?cca 325 

Rebecca 185 

Reb'X'ca 33 

Rebecca 335 

Rebecca 216. 2.52 

Rebecca 203 

Robocc-i 58 

Rebocc;! — 354 

Rclii'c-M Gilson 9K 

Rf<bo,-<".i (lilson 252 

Rcbccc I l>avinia 25 

Robov-ca (Mrs.) ;'.29 

Rebokah (Mrs.) 253 

Remember 332 

Reuben C 3S1 

Rhoda 331 

RhOfla 323 

Rhoda 179 

Rhoda 31 

Rhoda 53, 215 

Rhoda Chamberlin 220, 257 

Richard 232 

Richard (of Rowley), I. 3. 28, 61. 
99. 205, 230, 241, 252 



1804 
1792 
1814 

1824 
1797 
1.S49 
1855 



18W 
1S90 
1805 
1843 
1873 



1843 
1892 

1879 
1889 
1804 
1822 
1846 



1791 
1833 
1798 

1831 
1885 

1792 
1795 
1823 



1709 
1731 
1741 
1754 
1775 
1777 
1801 
1825 



17'10 



Richard S 267, 296 

Richard 'S V, 231, 267 

Richard Sawyer 231 

Richard Sawyer V, 231, 267 

Richard W 403 

Richard W 243 

Richard Whitney 208 

Richard Whitney 403 

Rilla M 286. 302 

Robert 64 

Robert 155, 156 

Robert 219 

Robert P 288 

Robert Ried 305 

lioderick 53, 94 

Roderick Omar 95 

Rogene Scott 106 

Roger 193 

Roland 325 

Roland 331 

Roland 407 

Roland David 144 

Rosalie 304 

Rosalie 304 

Rosa May 150 

Rosamond V, 53, 215 

Rosamond 234 

Rosamond Tenney 83 

Rosllla 30 

Roswell 193 

Roswell Hopkins 230 

Roxanna 30 

Roxanna 340 

Roxanna 59 

Roxey or Roxanna 41. 77 

Roy Ill 

Royal Franklin 56 

Ruby Augusta 116 

Rufus 78 

Ruius 51 

Rufus 216 

Rufus R 59 

Rufus W. (Rev.) 334 

Ruth 16 

Ruth 49 

Ruth 312, 316 

Ruth 325 

Ruth 337 

Kuth 351 

Ruth 318 

Ruth 322 

Ruth 13. 24 

Ruth 33t 

Ruth 23 

Ruth 24 

Ruth 353 

Ruth 241 

Ruth Ganr.ftt .362 

Ruth Gannett 391 

Ruth I.add 2i>6 

Ruth Mary 149 



43« 



INDEX. 



BAILEY OR BAY LEY. 

(Coiitiniicil ) 

TiiilU.'rronl :'.l. 2(i:'. 

1S70 .'^■i.li.' Mcll 270. :!(H 

I7r.:i S:ii;.' :(■;! 

IXlt^ S.illi.- l';in(rv 2:'.:! 

Sallv -!^ 

S;illy 3.V> 

ITTil .'^Mlly :'.1. :■:< 

1774 Sally IW, 222 

1775 SMlly 2(ir, 

17X1 Sally C.l 

17s:t Sally i'.lil 

17.St; Sally 2itl 

17S0 S.illy "ir, 

non Sally 224 

IT'.tti Sally OH 

1S21 Sally 2(;i 

ISIS Sally lialis :',.'.7. :is7 

ISO.'i Sally < "losby :!7'1 

Usr.l Sally 10 '■'•■<i 

Sally lOlizaliclli :Vi 

Sally (<ir Sai ah) 211 

17!i:! Sally (or Saiali) II, 7.'. 

KSIO Sally \V 22;! 

S.ilonio i;! 

17(!l S.ilomi' •!•! 

17(i't 'Siilninc 2S. IV 

SaiTii.scn ;fs 

177'( Sani|>s>!i 22, :;s 

S.lllllKl 11 

Sannu-1 .A 2l:i 

S.itniii'l .'il 

Samiul 2H7 

.Sainii"! liOit, !!I2 

W,:! Sainii"! Ill, :'. 

1(;.-.X Samuel :'. 

IKr„s Saniu"l :ti:'. 

1H(;() Samuel ol2 

l(>S1 Samuel ,''■ 

Ifi'X) Samuel 31,^), :;20 

nm Samuel '> 

nor, S.amuei S, U\ 

170". Satimel l(;r>, I7."p 

I70!» S.imuel 7. 11 

1712 Sjimiu-I li;7 

1712 Sa.nuiel 320 

1721 Sa.mu('l !t 

172S Samuol 17. :!0. 212, 2U 

1730 Samuel 17.'. 

1731 Samuel ICf. 

1731 Samuel Iii 

17.32 Siniuel 177 

1733 Samuel 17." 

J731 Samuel M 

t7.3!t Samuel 17(1. I'.i:; 

1742 SNimui'l 177 

17-i:! .Samuel 173 

. 1753 Samuel |s:, 

1757 SannjL'l II 



17fil Samuel 332 

17i.» Samuel 1!«, 227 

17i;s Samuel 31, Hi 

1771 Samu.'l 23 

1777 Samuel 32 

I7S( Samuel 3.'^!, I'm 

n.sr. Samijpl 101 

l7St; Sannu'I 32. Til! 

1701 Samuel .".2, 2U 

170.S Samuel 53, 03 

170(> Sanriel V, 201. 234 

1S02 Samuel 3(i 

1s-'.% Samuel IM, 127 

isit S.ittiuel Hales .337. 3 At) 

isii Samuel r 4S, S7 

ISlir- Samuel <"()mii 244 

Samuel Cuiiier 237 

is;'', Sauiu.-l 1> ((Vil » 379 

it::, .^amuel «; 2U 

l'.'»i S.imuel <; .41. M 

ISJ7 S.imu.| Cilm.iii 03. 12'". 

ISir, Sauiilel Cil-.Mi :>'.>. 00. 252 

ls:'| Saiuu.'l tleidce 2r,;?. 203 

l^iil Samuel ( ■..icIdu. J r 20.;, .10.', 

Isim; Samii.l II 42. ^0 

ITOi; Samuel May.' II 42 

l^tS Samuel lleuiy 101), 1:!5 

17r,N Samuel (MaJ.i lOl, 221 

ISK S.imuel Mills 3Sr, 

is:;| S.iniuel Neweill 2;V), 2.sO 

I7SS Samuel I' 221, 2«0 

.Samu.'l 1'. iCapl. I :;72 

ISIJ S.UMiU'l U SI. 117 

ls:)| San>ilel K 1 1 ■' 

ISl:; Samuel Slu-|i.iril .'>i',. 07 

IV'.S Samui-I Sl.iUKliler 2i'-' 

1S41 S.iniue] W :!M 

ls,-,o Samuel \Var<l loo 

1S2.', S.imu'l Wills I"! 

s iiM h ;;s 

Sarah :t 

s.ii- ih ;ii) 

S irali r>i), 213 

Sarah 200 

Sarah 202. 233 

S.arah 213 

Sar.ih 3:;(; 

S.irah 3f'iii 

Sar.ih I0i' 

mil Sarah 137. I.^O 

Mi7t Sar ih :;I2, 31.. 

1(173 Sar.ih 3ir, 

lOs : Sarah IC! 

I'.'il Sar.ih Mil. HIS. li,:i 

I'l'il' S.irah I'lO. 1(!S 

171' Sara li 7, !3 

ITIl-lli S.trih C, 

1711 Sarah 317 

|.:s Sarah :) 

IWs Sarah loT 

lTi;i Sar ih i 



IN HEX. 



439 



1721 
U2A 
ITHO 
17^2 
1732 

r.sr. 

1737 

17:{9 

1741 
1742 
1744 
1740 
1746 
1749 
1750 
1752 
1756 
175S 
1759 
1763 
17H5 
1765 
1766 
1769 
1770 
1770 
1774 
1779 
17S0 
1781 
1782 
1785 
1786 
1792 
1792 
1799 
1799 
1800 
1S06 

isno 

1S:!8 
185.) 
1 •-]:'. 
'S4(l 
J.S2(I 
].S15 

isir, 

ISO!* 



1K2S 
ix:i(; 
is;-i7 

1X40 

ixfi.', 
1S21 

1790 



UAII.EY OR BAYf.EY. 

(Continued.) 

«;UMh Iii7. ISM 

SuiMh 171 

Sarah 1"" 

Sarah 1 ! 

Sarah 17.S 

Sarih )■;•"' 

Sarah ]7 

Sarah o21 

Sarah 177, V.\~> 

Sarah 179 

Sarah 32:: 

Sarah H 

'Sarah 179 

Sarah 17:1 

Sarah 178. 199 

Sarah ;J2V 

Sarah 185, 21 '. 

S;i.rah 18(i 

Sarah 17T 

Sarah 191 

Sarah 187, 207, 21s 

Samh 192, 22-. 

Sarah 24 

Sara.h 2.)0 

Sarah 24 

Sarah '142 

iSarah 21 

Sarah :i'. 

Sarah Mi 

Sarah 26 

Saran :>3 

Sarah 216, 252 

Saraih i''> 

Sarah 202, 2;s 

Sai-ah 209, 241 

Sara li 41 

Sarah "4^ 

Sarah 52, 215 

Sarah 21o 

S.irah 61 

Sarah 391!, 410 

'Sarah 2:i:i 

Sarah A 355. :is2 

Sarah A 247. 280 

Sarah Adams :M 

Saraii Ai.KUi»ta 27s 

S.irah fioshy .'wO, :"I7 

S.iran K :'.7:; 

'Sarah 1''li>;alH( h :!:i 

Sar.ih lOliz.iln'Ui :!92 

Sar.ih lOH.salK'lh S-iU 

Sarah Wliza.bct h 9S 

Sarah 101k ii 91 

Sarah Frames 96 

Sar.ih Frantx-s ...105 

Sar.ih (lit.^e 1':. sj 

Sarali (Jould 296 

Sarah IfowarU 342, 365 



1805 Sarah J 352 

1821 Sarah J 379 

Sarah Jane S7 

Is:M S(arah Jane 58 

1840 Sarah Jane 58 

ISK. Sarah Jane 104 

Sarah Jan€ Field IV. 105, 137 

1814 Sarah J. (Mrs. ) 280 

Sarah Jane Fii Id IV. 137 

is.;4 Sarah Loring 92 

Sarah March 2!!t 

LSI:! Sarah March 219, 2.56 

1S41 Sarah Malhews 369 

Sarah (Mrs.) 173 

Sarah (Mrs.) 202 

Sarah (Mrs. ) 253 

Sarah (Mrs.) 331 

isoo Sarah (or 'Sally) .52 

IStKi Sarah (or Sally) 231 

.7')S S.irah (oi- Sally) Htiijamiii 

269. 27(1 

1S.52 Sar ih Rosilla 12s 

18:!8 Sarali S 71 

i:w3 S.Trah Sprasii.; 405 

1824 Sar.ih Tiiden ;!61 

1877 Sarah Tiiden 391 

1820 Sarah AVilder 3S, 72 

nos Saxton 166. 176 

1743 Saxton 176,193 

1S65 Selina Wadsworlh 402 

1843 Serepta George 241 

1717 Seth 318 

1739 Seth 322. 335 

1747 Seth 327. 341 

1762 Seth 3:i5 

1765 Seth 335 

1787 iSeth 346 

'Seth Austin :J92 

1778 Seth, Jr .•!42. 363 

ISOi; S.'th, Jr 363. 392 

1.S61 Soth Omar 13;!. 151 

Sewell 341. .362 

16!C-6 Shiibacl 6, 11 

1740 Shubael 11. 21 

1761 Shiibael 22 

17.56 Slhella :!28 

1823 Sibyl Hates 357, 3,S7 

Sibyll.i 3.S7 

1782 Sil.is 347 

17!tt; Sll is 34K 

!S11 Silas :!73 

I72-; Silas (fol.) 319, 330 

ls:!5 Sil.is Jlenry 374 

17.56 Sil.ts (Maj.) 330. 347 

17''." Silba .37. 70 

1739 Simon 177 

is,^2 Simon Flclcher 254.286 

ISI^O Simon J 247 

1.825 Simon V 2.30 

1872 S. Latt.i 287 



440 



INDEX. 



BAILEY OR HAYLEY. 

(Coiitlnuort.) 

Smith ^^' 

So.TJitoFi 233, 270 

Solomon *'■"' 

Solomoin !'■• 29 

1792 Solomon 3S. G."> 

1852 (Son.l 3Tt' 

1805 Sophia 201. 2||5 

1811 Sophia 3S. (1 

1823 Sophia '^fi. ^-^ 

1816 Sophia Whitney 310 

1815 Sophronla 21:'. 

1825 Sophronia 4G 

1824 Sophronia Uurkpe 22;t 

1812 iSophy Spocnor 370 

1S56 Sf^lla Alfrodine 12S 

i9teph<-n 2(10 

Stephel 231 

St ephen 33r> 

170S Steph'Mi lf>7, 17S 

1715 Stoph-^n ^ 1^ 

173G iRleiph'Mi 17S. 20'.> 

1737 Stt^iphrn 323. 3:'.i', 

1759 «l(-i'h»-tn 22 

1774 Stephen 200 

1780 Sti'pli^ii ''37. .353 

17!>8 Steplie:i 315, .371 

1810 Stephen 3">3, 3^0 

1834 Stephen 245 

17.53 SlopheM (l)ea.) 328,345 

1764 St.M>he:i (Dea.) 2(K1. 231 

1800 Steph.-n Merse 23L' 

1S40 Sloliheii \V 3S(I 

1853 Sumivr '<■'' 

Susan 2li;' 

178G Susan 21i! 

17!KS Susan 47. Sti 

1801 Siis.in 208 

18Z0 Snsa,n 234.270 

183(i Snsan !'■< 

1842 Susan 247 

Sus.in (' 2n" 

1858 Su«an J 2!m; 

1832 Susan .lane 24(i, 2S0 

1820 Susan Jones 374 

183fi Susan I.ineoli' 3.5'.! 

1811 Susan Uhl 3fi) 

Su.sanna 2S 

Sus.anna 320 

1717-18 Susuunna 7 

17(;7 Susanna 28 

1787 Suh-anna 19:! 

17fi8 Susanna 338 

1813 Susanna. (' G2 

Susannah l";"' 

Susannah 177, l!t4 

174.'> Susannah 175 

1749 Susannah 1S5 

1758 Susannah IM, 20ti 



17ti': 



175« 

rr,4 

1779 

1804 
isnr, 
17% 
1^33 
1S18 
1848 

1774 



1(1,53 

k;77 

1(!87 
171.'! 
1728 
171-; 
171fi 
1771 
1777 
1790 
180;t 
|V,2 
1S17 

isr.Ci 

18V1 
1S02 



1S22 
17:i3 



1.S25 

1798 
18;(0 



ISO", 

is:;;: 
1N77 

1811 
1S77 
1799 
1709 
1729 
1737 
17t:) 
1751 
1754 



Susannah 185 

Susannah (Mrs.) 2:! 

Sylvia 351 

Tamar 191 

Tam ir l^^G 

Thaddeus 24 

Thankful G4 

Theodore 1 itehheld 410 

Theodore St i our 43 

Theresa M.itilda GO. 10(1 

Theresa Matiiiia 101, KiG 

Theron T.uei. n V. 2G1). 299 

Theron l.vi.ine V, 269, 299 

Thero'i 2;;4 

Thirzi 32 

Thomas _ IG, 29 

Thomas 45 

Thom.is 310, 311 

Thomas Ill, 3 

Thomas 4. 7 

Thomas 311. .312 

Thomas 320 

Thorn IS 175 

Thom IS . 14 

Tliouiis 177 

Thomas 28, 47 

'1'h(5m.is 26 

Thomas 29. 49 

Thom.is :i8:!, 407 

Thomas Hncklln :t72, 401 

Tliomas (' 24:! 

Thomas l<'r,iniis :iG3 

Thomas P'rcliiiKlinys.-n 401 

Thomas llamlcn 124 

TliDmas llazen 42 

Tliontas lliury 25 

Thomas Henry 362 

Thomas James 364 

Thom.-is Johnson 2(tS 

Thomas, Jr -W. 311 

Thoma.s (of Wey niuiit In 1, U, :!o:» 

Thomas P 2:{:i 

Thom.is n 242 

Thomas S ....49 

Thomas, Sr 308 

Thomas Tilden 340,361 

Thomas Tilden 361. :!,v.) 

Thom.is \V<'lls 237 

Thomf'S Wells 361 

Thomas Wells 203 

Thomas WClls 2.38 

Thomas Wells 273 

Thomas Wells (Or.) 203, 2:^9 

Thomas Wendall 401 

Thursx 52. 215 

Tim.>thy 317, 32:! 

-.30 Timothy 13 

Timothy 324 

Timothy 330 

Timothy 324 

Timothy 17 



INDEX. 



441 



ITfiS 
1TT!l 
ITS,". 

IMi; 
IT Ml 



lS(l."i 
IS ■•',11 

ISKI 

is:k; 

1X79 
1S74 

IS 74 



IKfil 



]7"1 
ITTO 
ISIS 
lS2fl 
1S!I5 

isr.i 

is.?5 

1SnH 

]sr,7 

1SI,2 

1S43 
1742 
'7s:j 
17S4 

;sis 

ISPit 
1.<s72 

ISO'! 

ISlH) 

im:: 



]H5:i 
1775 

1S83 



BAILEY OR BAYLEY. 

((jontlnucd.) 
Timothy ■"••'^^ 

Timotli V ;;•"' 

'rimolhy 'S\. Ti? 

TimMtay 3:i, r>'t 

'I'iniorliy r,1. li»ii 

Titiiot'i.N' (Dea.) :f47, 3V.! 

'fimolliy (Meiit.) 31!t 

Timoi)iy (Ijiciit.) HiVt 

Trisd-nm 2i;t 

Tristrnm B •'>•' 

Tiistr.iin B.irllftt 1 1' 

TniniMii C 227 

Ursula 20c 

Veni J 129 

Vf»rnoii fi'< 

\ errion Huwp ll'i 

Viftor Oarl 14:> 

Victoria Irene 150 

Vinni'> I) 27:: 

Vinticii III ne 132. IMi 

Viola 391 

Vivian May 139 

\\'alla<t> 271) 

\\-alt.-r ■'<n 

Walt-r Il'» 

WaK.M- 3S:» 

V\altr:- 202, 23.! 

Waltfc- -M 



VVait'T 12, 

Walter 

A 



Walter 
Wait.^r 
Walter 
Walt or 
AValtor 
W;ilt"r 
Walter 
Walter 
Walter 



B. 

Dc 

F. 

r,. 
II. 



I more 9./. 

1('9, 



SO 
.248 
.IjO 
.2S1 
131 
142 
.401 

.lot; 



Oinar 131 

■S 140 

Scoti 271 

Ward 323, 33K 

Ward 35.\ 383 

Ward 31. HI 

W.ird S '>2, li«. 

VVarnn f.l 

Warr.'n '>:'. 

Warren 110. ]Vl 

Warr-n A T.O 

Warren Seott 105 

Wa.shintrloM ^■>'k 215 

\Vn tf.-ma.n 340, 3ti2 

Wrtilthy R 2,")S 

W.-ihster fil 

Wei.str-r 205 

AVe.-sley G 297, 305 

Westley Manning 390 

Whitefield 31. 61 

Whitelaw 208 

Whitman 293 



18.-,S 

isr,2 
isiir. 



IhSS 
1714 
173.'5 
1735 
1747 

]',:,:, 

17.58 
17(i9 
177:' 
I77(i 

1 I M 

1779 
17X9 
1792 
1793 
1 797 
ISO I 

isor. 

l.SOfi 

isos 

1S21 
1821 
]S23 
1829 
1S31 
1841 
1865 
1839 
lsr,o 

l.sffl 

1S20 
1719 
17.S0 
ISB6 
181fi 
ISl.S 

isr)0 

18SI 

ISfiT 



]st;4 

1840 
1849 

ISF.l 
1813 
lSr.8 
is.^so 
1S,^4 
1824 
1829 



Wilbur SweetFer 128 

Will.ard 10! 

VVillard I.eighlori 85, 119 

Will ird l.cslcr 390 

William 44 

Willi im 'if» 

Willi i.m 277 

William 315, 320 

William 9, 5iO 

William 14 

William ITO 

William IT. 33 

William 331 

William 20 

William .1^8 

William 34 

Willi. itn 19fi 

William 34 

Williim 188, 223 

William 34S 

William 347, 372 

Willi. im 201 

William HO, 101 

Willi. im 47, 87 

William 61, 103 

William 58 

William 59, 98 

William 87 

William 378 

William 378 

William 94, 128 

William 238, 272 

William 109 

Willi. vm 290 

William Albert 4G 

William Ausrustus 279, 301 

William B 208 

William Blanchard 124 

William C 361 

William C 68, 112 

Willi. im (Capt.) ir.3, 172 

William (Col.) 33, 58, 252 

William d'Avray 292 

William DonlPon 364, 393 

WMIIlam E 383 

Willlini K 379 

William K 120 

William Kltrlds-e 117. 144 

William Emer.son 394 

William Gilbert 25 

William Gcdf)-py 132, 150 

William H 25S 

William H 82, 117 

Willldm H 40O 

William H 279 

William Harrison 221 

William Henrv 118 

Willi.^im Herb'-rt 229. 264 

William Holloway 3i^ 

William Homer ,372. 4i>1 

Willlim Howard 309 



442 



IXDKX. 



ivij 

ISlHi 

IS'tl 
]S1-.' 

IsTt 

IS-.T 

ISSit 
l>!tiD 
1S2!' 
IT.M 
is_'.; 
isir. 

17SS 
ISTi! 

ISTl 



1712 

ISIIIi 



I'.AILKY OU IJAVLEV. 
(Coiilliuipd.) 

Willi un Irvin« W^ 

William, Jr SH), 3:u 

William Kimball W. SI 

William Kimbiill 97, i:;i 

William Kimball VX 

William Marvin 104,412 

Wililum Musoii 22^1 

William NilL-s HO<l 

William (of Ni-wpoiL) I 

William Piarsuii 2:{0, 2Gri, 2(iU 

\\ illlam Pillsl.iiiy 23('. 

William R 2S7 

William Silas IOC, l^N 

William SUa-l 141 

William T !<'■• 

Williaiii W l!t, SO 

William Wull;!CL- 20ti 

William Ward ::r'.^ 

William Whitman (Prof.) 202, 212 

William Wi^Kltsworlh IS? 

William Wilson 09. IKl 

William Wilstui Ul 

Willie 270 

Willit; A 272 

Willie D 12S 

Willis :«il' 

Wilmarth :«•'. 

Winsl'jw Clilioii ;!r/j, ;!S:i 

Wiiitlirop (HfV.) :!4r., ;?70 

/i-l.int (01- Z.-briii.t) ..IV. 5(1, 212 

/.-iriih 21 

/.ilpah :f4s 

U.iil'r^y-Baylry fi'Umily Asso- 
ciation, o. 40, &2, SO. 117, 

n;), ;5'jy. .311. uii, :x). zx:;. 1. 

1 '.alley & Co 2l».''i 

>!ailL'y, F. Ji E 91 

Bailoy Ai Noyrs 20.'i 

BAKl'JR. 

Eliza ry,r, 

Lucy 201 

Mary so 

(Mr.) 210 

1 '.A LCI I. 

Soplir iliiii 197 

Willi. im s 

r.ALLWIN. 

Klizalu'lh V.' 

I lenry iso 

Mary Ino 

— — (Mr.) 2h:: 

I'hebf 220 

Kiohar,! 220 

KALLOIT, 
A.lin (Rov.) 400 

TJANM-'IIOLK. 

I-tetsy 20S 

M.irk 20.S 



UANC.S. 

17S4 Susanna riO 

1<ANKS. 

Gtneriil :;o(; 

1S71 Sarah J 117 

HAKLLK. 

NfJ 277 

HA Ki a )l'H. 
S;u- ih ll'.i 

HAHKKU 

IS1!' J'Jdwln L Jjv 

lOliza 4! 

1.S70 Frank A 122 

< !«'or;;;i' H' .'iv? 

(Jid.-.in II 

I'olly 2!l 

Rol).'-i ;;:!7 

Willi. nn :;i I 

I'.AKNAKI). 

t *;i|'i ain r;7s 

Kob.'i-i ;;i:' 

L.M'.NKS 

Aricni.is, l';.s(i :;|'i 

l''oiliin.i 1 us :;is 

IN27 fy.iur.i 272 

1707 Lydia :!4n 

J^ersis J lot met ;;i'< 

Roxanna .'] 

Snsi._> () I4ii 

HARNIO'lT. 

Flii.i Ann 27.i 

RARHKLL. 

^^■illiMm sr. 

HARlipyPT. 

AhiKail 101 

(). C. . . 2:!9 

UARKdWS. 

Amos 170 

Sinioti (lli\'.) 70 

Williim (Col.) 2UX 

RAUSI't )W. 

I'M ward :''''l 

,1. ]',. (Col.) :!-'>l 

l'i:'(; I ,>(lia '■'"■'• 

M . I rt;M.'-i ■ I Sh-ikb] idK. :t:;.". 

S.imncI (l>ia.) '•'■'•• 

Sarnh -^1 

Williim :M 

HAR'i'Lio'r'r. 

Aln^i^iil ^'^l 

A Mphi 1 ' ' 

l>orcas is!^ 

Kr^in.is 1^'^ 

.lohn l^'-' 

.1(>nn t liMli ''I' 

17'i7 La\iniH '!1^ 

lOSl M.iry 1"- 

M.ir>' Holoway ;!I7 



INDEX. 



A43 



(Mr.) 247 

Rebecca 161 

R ohecca 1 07 

Rifhard ](;? 

William S 21 

BASS. 

John Foster .lOi 

1*^07 John Foster 302 

bassp:tt. 

(Miss) 2^S 

BATCH EIvLOR. 

T:ridg'3t 3Vi; 

] :ATES. 

T" I'M'i 2;10 

t-^ilviii 380 

F.lizabeth Stetson 3S0 

John .'?17 

Lydla "Wing: 380 

]S05 Maria 35S 

Martha Beal :!57 

]S03 Olive 3.S0 

Samuel 35: 

1786 Sihyl B 357, 3^5 

1,^00 Sylvia W 380 

Thomas M. (Capt.) ZRi) 

BATTERLY. 

George 213 

1801 George 213 

1796 Sally 213 

BATTS. 

1S.34 Abbie Eliza 94 

1796 a eorge 03 

182!) Georgo Orin 03 

1825 I.ydla Williams 03 

1820 Sally Alarla 93 

BAYLEY. 

(See Bailey.) 

BEALE. 
(Mr.l 9 

Fannie 71 

Mary E 10,'. 

BEAR. 

Henry 3fi6 

BEAUMONT. 
John 227 

BEANER. 
Clara G Vl. 28!* 

BE1*EB. 

Moody (Col.) 206 

Tenth 206 

Timothy (Ccl.) 241 

BELKNAP. 

Ebenezer 372 

1S46 Marii? Ellen 126 

BELL. 
Charli-'.? Henry (ex-Gov.) ....125 



1798 



1826 



1822 



1703 
179f 
1789 



Mary Per.'^Is 125 

Sarah Almira GUman 125 

William. Jr 398 

BEI>LAMY. 

Ellzab -th 386 

John 3SG 

BENJAMIN. 

Ozias; 202 

Sarah 238 

BENNET. 
John 165 

BENNETT. 
Elsia W 300 

BK-^r.-ER. 
Clara G VI, 289 

Ijorrecte 402 

BENTLY. 
Sarah 255 

BERNARD. 

(Mr.) 40 

BERNHARDT. 

(Mr.) 68 

BERRY. 

Henry B ; 86 

Julia 109 

Martha E IV, 120 

Mary E IV, 120 

Rachel I'j 

BICKFORD. 

Thomas 87 

BIGETX)W. 

Serena 205 

BILLINGS. 

Claris.sa 78 

Coddlngton 229 

Sophia F 97 

lURKENHEAIX 

Alice G 414 

John 41.3, 414 

Olive 413 

BISBEE. 

Addle A 141 

Rose A 142 

BITTING. 
— (Mr.) 102 

BLACKINGTON. 

Ca rpllne SH 

Jason B 365 

BLAIR. 

Carlton 44 

BLAISDELL. 

Daniel 190 

Jame.s 100 

John 190 

John (Capt.) IV, 190 



444 



INDKN, 



no(sy SM 

HaiiieL A 27U 

Oscar 2-Zl 

Royal 221 

Simon 221 

BLANCHAR1>. 

I'ili.subelh 2Z4 

Klisabeth 225 

Ilannith 124 

Ira H. (Kev.) 2:io 

J.iines P 27!» 

Jo-iah 22:. 

J >a u ra 22.'! 

Marcus 22.'. 

Mary 174 

1S4S Maiy Ellen 124 

Noi-rnivn 121 

Susan 24(; 

Thomas N 2S0 

BLUOU. 

Honrieita 5'.' 

BOA RDM AN. 
Anna Merrill 2j^» 

1S41 Daniel Bag-ley 2.-.^ 

I'Uisabeth 2.-.S 

.Io.s.»ph V. 2.".^ 

William J 22', 

Williiini J 22:!, 2r.N 

I'.OI.MOS. 

Alii^ail Bmlit'Id 261 

Klu^neawr M 2t;;! 

L.yiii.i Williams 2ii4 

BCJUTH. 

John :!2ii 

Judith 320 

BORDVVKL/L. 

Ida ;;s-! 

BOURN l;. 
EllzfXbeth .TU 

BOUTKL.LE. 
Eliza 4:^ 

BOTJTWEI.l.. 
Hannah 51 

BOW EN. 
Hllaa -ir, 

BOWERS. 
Mary Lizzie 101 

BOWKER. 

Jonathan "7: 

Mlrlnda 372. S7'! 

Penelope Dewing :'.7;j 

BOWMAN. 

Eva A 121 

.Tohn -m 

Rinie»n SI.*-' 



BOYLSTUN. 

1!S82 Arthur (Marcnce 413 

Clarence 4i:'' 

18.SG Clifford Hall iV, 

18S7 Margery 4i:i 

BOYN'l'ON. 

Belle "-1 B'' 

Bridget 1" 

Bridi;iH 11 

Jeremiah 20« 

Martha lO.-telle 115 

Thomas 3;! 

Willi. i.m li 11.". 

BRAI>1UIRV. 

Jabez 171 

Sarah 24:^ 

HRAl)l'"OKl). 

cJeorye L. ;!H0 

Ma-y 3fi2 

Mary l-'rances S'l.l!t)0 

Maiy J''iMncis Vl..".ti'' 

Seth 21'i 

BUADl.lsV. 

Ira 2:;.: 

Jonathan !'••'. 

I'hilbrlck \'»> 

Thoma.!. Jr 2.".ti 

BRADSTRlOlOT. 

('ha.rlv?s Mosts 120 

(leorse Frank n> 

Harold B.,lk'y 120 

BRAOHON. 

I ;hris"to|)her los 

t^larence J ilSS. 40S 

Hazel 40S 

John "-SJ^ 

Mai-y 10 3S,'; 

M.iry Hemnienway ..:!ss 

Mary Sibyl 40.S 

i\inl 40S 

BRECKENBUIDCK. 
James 220 

bri<:ed. 

Rebecca Stacy W 

r.REWER. 

Seth D 101 

BREWSTER. 

Comfirt I''" 

1S,!S Eleanor M 2S!' 

BRK.'KIOT. 

F:iisabeih T 2^'". 

HRIDfilv 
Ebonezer (Col.i .Ifi 

nRiPGP:s 

AlphfU^ — ••"7'i 

T!l!l< MJS 
Hann-ih W.idr >'» 



ls!M 



isr.i 

issr, 

ISS.". 
ISO:! 



INUKX. 



445 



Jainf-s. .Tr ^\-, 

J')Ser>ll rjis 

— (Mr.) ]S7 

BRIGHAM. 

Eliznboth Rice (Mrs.) ^'^o 

Jedeil in h .' .■>:',() 

T.iio,\- x'M 

Mary Ann 71 

Paul (C.i.pt.) 330 

S.imiip.l no'} 

HRINTNAI.T.. 

!Tv:! Sarnh 34S 

BRINTON. 

IX-'iL' Carollju- 37-, 

IS'lri Josoiih 

Jo.sppli A 37.-, 

IS.'JO Sarah Aflsline HTf. 

RRTTTON. 

171)0 T'rici.a.inna r>f. 

BROCK. 

BPt=?.^y r,A 

Mo«<f>s, Jr 240 

BRf>rKI,ERANK. 
IT'iO Jjola 27 

BRONSON. 
AVilliim D 10;; 

BROOKS. 

Carter 240 

M^^hltable E.«thpr 22t 

BROWN. 

Arab TTI. r.l 

Charlotto C 2(;s 

Edward 12'^ 

Eliza \...........2l:\ 

Geor£?e E ,<57 

Isaac l,-,f) 

Jo.-^eph 1!){ 

17f;4 Jo.'^eph 101 

ITOfi I.uoy r>0 

Mary Kij 

Ififi? Rebocra IS^i 

ITtW Rhodu •[<)^ 

li;62 Ruth '. ..I.Sv) 

S-irab Tir. :.l 

ITCr Susann lb lOJ 

1.6C4 Thomas jj-.P 

Timothy C 2::.') 

William '..."44 

William r.n 

BRTTSIT. 
Edmond icu 

BRYANT. 

(Mr.s.) 41 

Sarah W 74 

William Oullen .^27 

Zeblna B SS 

lUJCFIANAN 
Adella l'7l 



I'-ed ,i:j 

lS!)fi J.'i.mo.-^ .Mli.Koii liii 

IW.2 Janie.s t'uinmlii^ .' ly^ 

]S^^2 .Joseph W'pS'lfy 15.' 

IS"*! Omar Bailfv [ !!!!!! !]52 

niTCK. 

Ali.-.> \V 71 

Amos W 71 

ciiarl.-T (" '' 71 

Harmon 22') 

James 71 

Sarah 22.; 

1S44 Sarah My rick 71 

Senti-r 71 

T.nCKLEY. 
Anna 2T(.i 

BUEL. 

Cynthia jn^ 

BTTELT.. 
Mabel 22*. 

BUf<^FER. 
Polly 25S 

RITEP^UM. 

C.iroline Slovens 13a 

IV'O I.orinvl.i 13^ 

Rtciih.^n Sweet I'M 

BTU.T.OCK. 

A t wood vg, 

Horatio 2t>^ 

JUJRBANK. 

<\ileb «i 

Eliazer ;^ 

Elizaljetb is 

L>dia s 

Margaret ,s 

Merry , 15 

Rachel p.^ 

BURDICK. 
'""harlcs Herbert Ku 

Pt'RKE. 
Antoinette 24^" 

BTRNHAM. 

Michael (Ftrv.^ (D. D.) 3S4 

■ (Mr.) ;;4|( 

KTTRNS. 
Tra r,,! 

BURPEE. 

Ada line ^<j 

Adelaide fiji 

Almlra fiy 

Austin Eli.iah 6!t 

Catherine Elizabeth 6y 

'"barle.s TiOFavetle C<* 

Eli.iah cs 

George Washington «i» 

Tlann.ih I.iOni.se iji* 

Harriet e^ 

Ts.i1)eIUi Jane 6<> 



446 



INDEX. 



Lucia 68 

(Mr.) 40 

Samuel 68 

BURT. 
Samuel 249 

BURTON. 

Sarah P 287 

BU SWELL. 

Mary E TTi 

Orlando B 75 

Walter 30 

BUTLER. 
Edward 400 

(Mr.) 342 

BUXTON. 

Azuba Heath 277 

Carrie 277 

Clarence B 278 

Joh?i 277 

John Bayloy 277 

John Francis 277 

Mary Belle 277 

Ralph 278 

BY RAM. 
Benjamin 323 

CALDWELL. 

Elizabeth 81 

garah G 376 

CAMERON. 
Wallace 141 

CAMP. 

Charles 203 

Erastus 234 

CAPELLE. 
Henry 2S."i 

CAPEN. 

Aaron 276 

Bernard 270 

Izannah White 270 

CARLE. 
18^ Sarah 288 

CARLI3TON. 

Elizabeth M 80 

Josei)h. Jr 16 

M.iry G 101 

MIcah 16 

Sarah 10 

C.ART>lSr,E. 
MiRhal 214 

V. . . . » 

Asa 24 

1764 Asa 24 

1706 Betty 24 

1770 Calvin 24 

Luther 251 

1772 I,uther 24 

1708 Ruth 24 



CARPENTER. 

1801 Adele G 8r. 

Adrlenne 13r> 

Annette C 2fl 

Charles (Deo..) 401 

Ed 274 

Louise 393 

ISL^y Mary Jane 401 

}»olly Perry 401 

Sarah 3Hi: 

William Ma.^OM 111. 85 

CARR. 

1707 Anina 231 

Bet.sy Chase 231 

Daniel 231 

Eli.sabe.tli W) 

17:3 EU.'^abeih 169 

Ellsab.?.tli Chase 2.35 

I7y!» Elisabeth i""h;ise 235 

1707 Emma 20L' 

Emma Cha.se 202 

Geors'.' 10<' 

1728 Jame.s 10!' 

John 182 

1721 Judith 10i> 

Mary lOo 

1730 Mary 161* 

1727 Rebecca 109 

Richard 169 

1725 Richard 169 

Samuel 202 

Samuel 235 

1721 Sarah 169 

CARRICK. 

1862 May Eliza 148 

CARTER. 

Anna 221 

Leo n ard 348 

1769 Lucinda 41 

M 218 

1736 Sarah 23 

CARTWRIGHT. 

IMi Ellen Maria 93 

Jo.seph 93 

CASWELL. 

Elizabeth 320 

(Mr.) 238 

CHAMBERLAIN. 

Calvin 54 

17S3 Deslah 05 

17S7 Ebenezer 55 

17K5 Oramell 55 

CHAMBERLAIN (or CHAMBER- 
LIN.) 
Pearsape (or Persage) 02, 203 

CHAMBERLIN. 

Hannah 204 

John 208 

Moody (Col.) .. 200 



Phlne-is 27(5 

Susiiii III'. 

CHAMPIJN. 

Ellsal)»>th Perry 2G:i 

ITflr? Mary Peiry -..2^.^ 

Slephon 21'.! 

CHA'MPNEY. 
Mary .T?une Boyd 57 

CHANDLER. 
Cynthia 407 

CHAPLTN. 
l^llzabrth (Mrs.) 27 

CHAPMAN. 

Davifl 211 

Harri.-t nf.l 

Isaao 3!t:l 

1S12 Mary (or I'olly) ?.:y.\ 

Rarali Porkiii.s '.VX. 

CirARD. 

William "0:i 

CHASIC. 

A an 2:'.7 

Anna 1X1 

I'.e-niamin 1'ix 

1S7S Cliarh-'* Pran.l^ !tl 

Klisabnlh 17M 

;sis Klisnh.-'th I.ittlo 2:h; 

Knorh P 2rm 

Francis Nelson :>1 

1S2( Frederic Dennis 2.'.i; 

.Joseph. Ji' If^l 

Ma ry Morse is 1 

ISJO Moses Little 27.1! 

(Mr.) 10:! 

Sally 200 

Samu-1 201 

I7f,l Sarah (or Sally) 2ill 

Sarah Stewart 201 

1S22 William Plun.er 2X 

CHENEY. 

Ahig-ail 10". 

Daniel 1.'.;i 

1670 Dn.nlel 1.-.0 

1(;7P Elea.nor IT.'.i 

l''ranoes Tenny IV, lor. 

Francis Tenny IV, I'.'i 

107". Hannah r>'^ 

ir.S.S .Tames ir.n 

ItW .Toseph ir.:i 

icr.s .Tndith ir.il 

Lydia S.; 

Nicholas l;i:, 

KXn S.I rah 1':i 

flTlLDS. 
17fin Debor.ih 00 

PMward A 2.'i0 

Hannah 211 

CHOATE. 

Ablg-all ?.2^, ^M 



INDEX. 447 

CHRISTIE. 

Mary 24i 

("MITRCH. 
Si rah ]^ 

(n.AOOKTT. 
Miry Elizahetli 29J 

CLAP. 

Al.iHail Z?.-^ 

Constant 32.o 

Thoni.'is :I3S 

CT,APP. 

1670 AhiKail 317 

.John (Ca.pt.) S2." 

Samuel (Dea.) 317 

CLARK. 

Andrew ?:.', 

A nnie M IlSCi 

ISiir, U.Mlo C.incvl.vc 274 

P'tsy 237 

Hclsy 3lit 

IS:;3 VMward 274 

Elsie 3,S'; 

1S70 FloreiicH Ellen 274 

H.^n->- N .".S.S, 3.'i<; 

.Toseph '2^ 

Lydia 1! 37'. 

Phelic Ann 241 

S.irah 7 

ISCI Walter Kailey 274 

CLCTIHER. 

.Tereniiah 314 

Ruth 314 

CLOtTCH. 
Elijah 173 

CO AN. 
.Tenidc 2(14 

CORR. 

Florilli 104 

1S3S Cpori;-.. "Wl ilclield 104 

John 34 

Taicina 104 

Taike im 

L\'(lii M.iria W 

Mai-\- F •^S\\ 

Smith Wonlward 172 

C(M."1''E1':. 

Louis.' 23'. 

(Mr.) 10.' 

La UKihui .'174 

Lydi.i .Juililh (Widow) KiH 

Mary l.Vl 

Snrnh Ki; 

CCGSWELT>. 

P.etsev (Mrs.) M' 

COLRURN. 

Ada .T <X'. 

Deborah 43 



448 



INDEX. 



COLBY. 

Esmond K 2U 

John H 3(K) 

Martha L. 26J 

Sarah 25G 

COLE. 

Catherine Wa re "9 

Ifattle 362 

Helen 362 

Horatio 362 

Mary 237 

Mary L 237 

Samuel 3G2 

Willisum 362 

COl.QUHOUN. 

1S52 rA\y.i<\h Ann 113 

1S70 Ji'ral -^ 1'. rih.t 113 

HosK. ;.. ' \ 1)3 

Isabella 113 

Mar^are't Barbara 113 

1563 Mary Robina 113 

(Mr.) 113 

Robert 113 

Walter Sutherland 113 

lSfi5 William Edwin 113 

CONANT. 

1S43 Ella Stanwood 397 

1847 Ernest 397 

]>ank N 2S3 

1849 Froderltk Holland 397 

H. K. & Co ■.m 

Horatio N 397 

John A 2S0 

I'^IS Mary 97 

ISGl (Sonj V, 2N) 

1564 (Son) V, 2S0 

CONE. 

1S27 Alice Sparrow 36i; 

1S17 Charle.s .360 

1808 Deborah Pack.ird 365 

1S30 EUmi 360 

1815 (IcorKO 36t. 

Joseph 360 

1S22 Jo-seph Spencvr 366 

IMO Martha Spencer 365 

1813 Mary 305 

1820 Sarah 366 

1777 Timothy 365 

1825 Timothy 366 

COOK. 

Catherine Poor 2rs 

Charles 103 

1854 Georg-e A 105 

Henry E 240 

IbOS John Newton 27S 

iSarah Ellen 27.S 

William 27s 

COOLEDCE. 

Edward 240 



COOLEY. 

FOdwin W 12r. 

John 26V 

COOMBS. 
1779 Mary 47 

COOPER. 
A. P C6 

COPELAND. 
Emily 30 

CORNELL. 

Susan 368 

COTTLE. 

Almon 50, 213 

Marshall 50. 213 

COVAL. 

Louise 237 

COWDIN. 
1808 Mary F 79 

COWEN. 

Elizabeth 322 

COX. 
(Mrs.) 374 

CR-ANE. 

Oliver 387 

Silas 28 

CRAWFORD. 

John 241 

CROCKER. 

Alice 143 

Ann Camp 227 

F:n«?lf?n SM 

John sii 

1761 Lydia 227 

CROSBY. 

Elizabeth 12 

Sally 34.-. 

Samuel (Dr.) 34:) 

Sarah Josi'phine 91 

CROWIOI-L. 

T-ydla 117 

CKOULKV. 

Mary J 286 

CUDWOKTll. 

Rachel 318 

CTJLU'M. 
C.eoise W. (Oii.t 261 

CITMMINC. 
Harriet A 25r 

CUMMtNC.tS. 
1867 .A.lice M 281 

Charles L 119 

1825 Edward P 281 

Elizabeth 119 

18r.2 Harriet h^llem 281 

1S68 Henrietta 119 

1S57 Mary W 281 

18t:i Willie Bailey 281 



INDEX. 



449 



1S19 

1S08 

1S14 
1S14 
iHlC 

1S12 
1767 

ISIO 

1S22 

1825 



1S06 
17S1 

17S4 



1726 



1842 
1852 

1SG4 



1858 



CUNNINGHAM. 

(Mr.) 2t)7 

William n44 

CURRIER. 

Alerernon 2:i7 

A n n.a Ba lley 2ti(i 

As:\ 2:!7 

Asa Si: 

DanlH 17.1 

Rllza Ann 2.17 

KllZH Ann 2t;;t 

Ira 217 

James 2fi9 

James Madison 2,'i7 

Mary 209 

Mary Jane Cole (Widow) 26^ 

Nancy M 237 

Paul 26» 

Paul Balloy 237 

RebecL-u Plunier 217 

Rebeooa. Plumer 2:'.7 

Samuel ir, 

Samuel 17;i 

Samuel Plumer 217 

Sarah 217 

CURTIS. 

Asenath 3.'.1 

Uc^njamln 117 

ICll. Sr 321 

Hannah 321 

Joanna 3r>4 

Kezlah Hall 153. 351 

Lydla A 179 

Mflzur 351. 354 

Noah 3,S5 

Reuben X'.ii 

Rodney 262 

Stephen 352 

Thorn i.-< 320 

crSHlNO. 

ICiinii-e 35>! 

Hannah Ti'leston 1.11 

Horatio, Ks<i 3^.1 

Jael Ill 

Joel 15S 

John (Col.) Il-^ 

KatrefMi Kllby 342 

iSamuf'l Ill 

'Serept I ItH 

Stephen 342 

CITSHMAN. 
Kllsha (Rev.) IV. 

CUTTER. 

Ahble A 282 

Clara A 281 

Julia May 2.KI 

NehtMTilah 2X3 

DAMON. 
Albert 84 



lsr,o Alden n W 

Annie 121 

1S51 P.ernard 84 

Curtis 121 

Ebenez.^r Berry 84 

Ele;inor C. idi 

Gr.ace Fo.s-tei' 121 

DAN FORTH. 

Almlra 330 

Daniel 231 

Daniel (Master) 230 

Hannah 33 

DANdKRFIELD. 
Annie 368 

DAVENPORT. 

Capt 19«j 

(Mr.) 20 

DAVIDSON. 
M.I rga ret 395 

DAVIS. 

18,52 Anna L 73 

Beti^y IHI 

Cyrus 251 

(lOorg-e 379 

Hanria;i 32 

Harrison 38 

1S4S Henry Harrl.Mon 73 

Herbert •. 7i 

John Flaiiiders 27 

Laura A 123 

1840 M.arla B 73 

Mose.'^ 5 

Orrln 73 

Sarah 72 

Sarah Ill 

Sarah 245 

Walter 73 

DAVRAY. 

1841 I.aurestlne M.irie 291 

D.\WES. 

Eb'^nezer (Rev.) 38-« 

William 351 

DAWSON. 
John 258 

n-\Y. 

Martin 370 

dp: AN. 

Robert 3U7 

Sa la h 10» 

DEARMORN. 

Henry 44 

Ruth 229 

Simon 47 

DECKEIt. 

Horace 66 

DEMINO. 
Charles 277 



450 



INDEX. 



DENNIS. 
Elisabeth 219 

DENSI.OW. 
KMsha I'JI 

DERBY. 

Abigail 37 

I^uey 37 

Nnthan :!7 

DE VOE. 
I.ella O 412 

DEWEY. 

DanleJ (JudRe) H)2 

Kranco3 E 402 

Nouh » 2t;i 

Willl;im ir.(! 

DICKENSON. 

J. R. p 2ii; 

I'ea rley 24(. 

Susan 24i! 

DirKKY. 
Fanny 361 

DU'KlNiSON. 
Saniu*^ II 

DIKE, 
/^odls.i ',4 

DILLON. 
Anna l.",7 

DINOLEY. 

Mai'y R :,'i 

Nanry B '.7 

DINKRIEKER. 

Dora M 272 

DOr>G E. 

I«i06 Adeline 2:!i^ 

Allen 2"M 

Charity 27 

.loioph D 11»; 

Tuul Abbott 117 

DOLAN. 
J(»h n 7-j 

DOLBE.AR. 

A lire .lanette (iMrs.) 52 

AniOH K. (Prof) ,",2 

l>OM':. 
Elisabeth JSI 

DONNKLL. 

Jane U ,•579 

June D. Har.-tow .•{7!) 

Sam u =>1 314 

Samu "I 37;) 

Thomas M. (('apt.) s.^c 

DOR AN. 

Arthur ]]j 

Edwin ]];) 

Floreni,'e ])3 

L.eonard lj;{ 



1S47 



isr..-, 



i>;v, 



1.S44 

1<!17 
lS4"i 

lSt9 

lS4r, 

is:;o 
is.'-.s 



isr.1 

l.V!4 



1S77 
IS'):: 

1SS1 

isr<o 
ii!s:'. 



Margaret li:< 

Mar.v GrofTor MS 

Susan ll:j 

Willi un 112 

Willi.im 11:^ 

DOCOLAS. 

Edward I' 4OB 

John Ri'verly ?,V.i 

DOWS. 

Calvin y.n 

Clara TOll/.a 133 

Mary Ward i:'.:; 

DRAKE. 

Tliomas 3]o 

DRAIMOU. 
Nellie 129 

DRENNAN. 

(Mr.) 2:{9 

DRIOSSER. 

FTanna h ^ . 2'> 

Jivhn 1.-, 

DREW. 

Adolboi-r I.^ii 

Al))(>rt n.-iiley K\ 

Allen Jialscn 4()7 

Carrvi i ne l:;ri 

Edna 13.1 

lOllen A S4 

t'rank 1:;.", 

Frederic S4 

I'rederie Austin S4 

Harvey 13;'. 

Ii'vin S4 

Job W 407 

Juliet M;;ria 4t)S 

Maltha Elizabeth 407 

Mary S S4 

Melvin 13.-, 

Myra i:i.", 

Nathaniel P^d^crly 13r. 

Sarah s» 

Thoniis Viradford 4(17 

DRURY. 

(Mr.) lOii 

DTT i:ois. 
Thilo 2r.:: 

Duni-i-n . 

Georse ^VilllUl 412 

.Jennie M;irion 41.! 

lalli;tn I^ee 4|:; 

(Mrs.) .",4,-, 

Pliet)e E'llt n 41:; 

;Rfv.) 34.> 

Sherm.m Leelo 41;; 

Waller Ballev 41J 

Wilbur 1 41:; 

DUFER. 
Hannah G5 



DUFF1S. 

1795 Harriet Steward 220 

Isaac 220 

DUMMER. 
Flisnbeth 1S2 

DUNBAR. 

Amos nr)4 

Deborah 3.'i4 

Kllzahf'th G :jSl 

DUNN. 
Debor.ah (WIrtow) ]Tl 

DURKER. 
1790 Elisabeth 22a 

DUSTIN. 

Hannah 2:>- 

nwRr.LEY. 

JrdeiH.ih (Hon.) X>2 

Joshua ;{5:! 

Jcxshua 3r>l 

Joshua ;IT!< 

Lemuel :12.'> 

l^emuel, Jr :{!V2 

1^00 Rachel 37:t 

Raehc«l Hatch 379 

DWINNELL. 
Emma Prance.s 117 

DYAS. 

James 384 

Margar->t M 384 

DYER. 
Thomas 30K 

DYKE. 

Fuller 74 

EASTMAN. 

Charles M 141 

Charlotte D 141 

Delia 10^ 

Ella J 112 

Fred B 142 

Myrtle 141 

Ralph M 142 

EASTON. 

(Dr.) 112 

Edward 378 

Helen 112 

Henry 112 

John ...112 

Leila 112 

William 112 

EATON. 

Daniel W 2K.j 

Ellen A 115 

Sarah Little 2t>5 

Susan A 265 

ECKLEY. 

1?61 (Child) 294 

Joseph Styles 293 



INDEX. 451 

EDDY. 

Betsey 39 

P^mm.a Cummlng-.* (Mrs.) 269 

EDSON. 
Josiah (Dea.) SIS 

EDWARDS. 

EUsha 26:{ 

George E 2X4 

Honry 99 

ELBRIDGE. 
John VI, 3«4 

ELDRIDGR. 

John VI, 384 

ELKINS. 

Antn Alice 107 

Arabella 107 

Be.ssile Ill 

Harriet Ill 

Harvey 107 

Harvey Scott 107 

Hattie Jiiuf 107 

Fhlllp Ill 

Wallace 66 

William R lov 

William R Ill 

Winifred m 

ELLIOT. 

Bessie 226 

Clar.i V 410 

John A 227 

Jo.«;eph Bailey (Dr.) 227 

Samuel 226 

Samuel E 22/ 

Samuel S 225 

Sarah 226 

ELLIOTT. 
18.r. Lucy Eleanor 131 

ELLIS. 

George P gs 

John 204 

Mor<le<^ai 337 

17H Rebecc.i 337 

Ruth 350 

Sarah Otis 337 

ELLSWORTH. 
Milton 119 

lSt;t> WlMifr*>il ll!» 

ELTON. 

(Mr.) t 71 

EMERSON. 

Daniel 5.5 

Danifl (Rev.) 191 

1755 Ellsaboth '.191 

Ellzabptb S 393 

F;unlce 29 

Jo.><lah 5o 

Maria 26S 

Mary 211 

(Miss) 50 

(Mr.) 179 



452 



INDEX. 



EMKRY. 

WZO Almon Samuol 24'.) 

Ann l-V 

Jienjamln l^ri 

1764 Benjamin !!'''• 

178« Hpnj.-imin l!*'' I 

1780 C'tiarlt\s IM 

1832 Christopher Korniindo 24!' 

Kleanor l-'i''. 1:''7 

1773 Eliphalot li^l! 

1771 Elisabeth lO'i 

1841 KMsnhoth 24't 

177X Enoch lt»'i 

\s:;r> Ermina Marind;i 240 

I'd! Frovlfrlo Aiijriistus 240 

i:«S Isaac lot; 

John ir>7 

John 161 

i:S3 John 10(1 

Martha 177 

1K'J4 Maiy Louise .24!i 

Mary Shatswfll IGI 

1830 Oliver Bailey ■.24'.> 

■,7T- Ruth 1!"; 

SamiiH 240 

Sarah !•■! 

nut Sarah lon 

\ltJi Susa n 10.". 

KSTES. 

James OS 

BSWIN. 

EUsabwth 270 

EVANS. 

('harlot 2r>fi 

ISOl E>^ther S7 

EVERKT1\ 

John R yn 

EWEI,!,. 

Mahu'hi 331 

FAIRBANKS. 

Jnhez :!3'l 

Willi, im li 71 

PAl.ES. 

Giles 3S4 

FAROEN. 
Carrie T 14.S 

FARMEir 

1791 Prudence 93 

Samuel ISiJ 

FARNIIAM. 

11*2 Clarence St<)<l.lard 400 

Daniel S 40'.t 

l«S4 Royal Bailey 409 

FARNSWoirrn. 

Shisa.n 20r) 

FARUAR. 

Alonzo 2S3 

Sdwln 284 



1S.W Ella Maria 2«i4 

1S47 Fred ?rlc Alonzo 283 

Israel T WV 

FAV(^R. 

(Mr.) 2Si 

FEl-CH. 
(Miss) 23» 

FKI.TON. 
Cornelius 191 

FERGIiSON. 

Caroline A IH 

Frank 1. 2ti5 

FERRIS. 
Mary Emerson (Mrs.) 394 

FIELD. 
Sarah Jane H>5 

FIRLDS. 
Nevvlon M 274 

FISIIER. 

Alonzo 270 

(^eorse E 371 

FISK'E. 

ISi^O Carri.- N'otilla V, 2S<> 

INCd Canie Novella \', i;s9 

isr.4 Eiia Athelia 2S9 

Jeremiah 2KS 

Mary 80 

Sally 211 

FITCH. 

(Cynthia 37 

FITE. 
Riifus L 39« 

FITZOERALl). 

Frank AuKUslus 10>; 

G eorg-o 9» 

FLANDERS. 

Enoch 201 

(Mr.) 20U 

(Mrs.) 30 

FLRTCllEU. 

1S51 Belle 3»'^ 

IS"-.!! Charle.s Bailey 400 

Francis 30!) 

l.>^40 Fr.Tnk Wlnthi-op 300 

J. Warren 390 

IKOO Latta (Widow) 254 

Sarah M';iria 400 

Susan 400 

FLINT. 

Miles 2.VJ 

Moses 2rj 

Samuel 21J 

Sallv 21i! 

FLOYD. 

Daniel &i 

Jonarhan 67 



INDEX. 



453 



FOOG. 

Jjtne Tj 3^'i 

John Augustine ;!?<:' 

John S ;!S^ 

Joslah '•^^'~ 

Mary Roberts 3.S2 

FOL.GER. 

Oharlea , :!Ts 

Charles C ;!'■< 

John B !)TS 

FOL.LANS)iKE. 

Joshua 1<^^ 

Samuel .„ 1!'^ 

FOLLETT. 

UTS Edward Bailey l-'l 

Martin Dewey (Hon.) 12.; 

FODSOM. 

Fred 3 142 

Harley E 112 

FOOTE. 

1851 Annie Cheney :J'"'J 

1S38 Arthur Hoyt f,:)'.) 

1S47 Charles iStanwood 39:) 

1S54 EIlzal>3th 3;i;) 

181S Emersijin I.ee :{'.•'.> 

1W2 p;:mlly Kntval ;!!>;• 

1M4 Francis Bailey .!!•'.) 

1W6 Mary Iwtbella ::!•!• 

Samuel Era.slus :{',»!• 

FORBES. 
Hannibal i^T 

FORSTER. 
Georse F U2 

FOWl.ER. 

Anna 201 

Anna 2<t.'. 

Ret.sy Meirill 201 

Jacob 204 

FOYK. 
John •:) :5S1 

frep:man. 

Clara Annttte ir. 

Clara D. (Mrs.) %, 13,3 

Martin Van Buren 29'J 

FRIESE. 

Jesse 3(iT 

FROST. 

(Mr.) 5() 

FRY. 
William ,...309 

FRYE. 
Priscilla 180 

FUT.LER. 

Emily Caroline 298 

Hasfing-s 2% 

Joseph H 2;{9 

Martha Blckordlte 29S 



FULSOME. 

Arthur '8 

I'-raink W. C »R 

Martha 24B 

FURBUSH. 
Daniel 62. 214 

gagp:. 

ish; Abner 2nl 

ISS'J Alice May 2&1 

Alonzo J 251 

A.sa 233 

Cyrus 243 

1S4S Henry Francis .251 

James 243 

lS4(i Julia Elisabeth 251, 2S4 

Mercy Barker (Mrs.) 6 

GALE. 

Isaac 214 

Royal 2yS 

Sarah L 298 

GANNETT. 

Ellen S. W 34f> 

Freeman 3W 

Freeman Howard 310 

RelHCca . .3l»2 

Thomas 341 

GARDNER. 

Tllram ^M 

Sarah .3S2 

GARRISON. 
William Lloyd 37V 

GASTIN. 
Samuel 214 

GATKS. 

Ella A Ill, .84 

Ellen A 84 

General 333 

GAY'. 

Abel 193 

1741' Abigail 193 

Amos 192 

Asa 193 

Brewstis 193 

(Daughter) 193 

Harriet 3(i9 

John, Jr. 17S 

Lucy 176 

Mary Walker 192. 193 

Samue'l 192 

Samuel 192, 193 

GEORGE. 

Charles 2^ 

Charles H 258 

David ....196 

GERRISH. 
Tose-ph. Jr 196 

<; IB BARD. 
1S54 Amanda 129 



454 



INDEX. 



GIDDINGS. 

Sarah (Widow) TV. 163 

(JIKKORD. 

IRSf, Ali<-e ClertiMKlo 406 

18.19 Anna Tabor 406 

1«3*; raroline 40(i 

1S45 Charles 40fi 

1X47 Kdwar.i 40«i 

]S3fl H<M»Mi CatluTint" Jflfi 

]V50 Irene '"•' 

Jrnnie •"<«"- 

1S41 .John H.iil.'v 4<»o 

1S50 Miriam Uns-^ty 

1844 Susan Ixjrlntla 4i)ri 

^f>5^^ William llorlurt 4W 

William, .Jr 4W 

CIMWOHT. 

(Mr.) .T-li; 

Samuel •'!•<•! 

(JII-CIIKIHT. 

18.14 (■.(rdliiif rrlscllla ...12*i 

(ilhJ-lOTT 
Eslhrr M 

(jii-i.Moi'.ii; 

» Al^-xaruk^r .%7 

ClliMAN. 
Sn.rah J 246 

f;n.M(>KE. 

1K28 Alfred A 2r>l 

1804 Caroline 250 

183S David Alfred 251 

I.Mvid Harvey 2.t1 

IMri l-.Mward K 2.51 

18?.!- KllKabeth 2.'.! 

1848 Ehna A 251 

1835 Frederic A 251 

1.842 C.eorKe II 251 

James 'M'.t 

18.10 Maria I. 251 

18SL' Mary Ann 251 

182fi Sarah 10 251 

(;i IaSON. 

(Mr.) 5!t. 

Kebecca 5S 

(ilJNlO.S 

A^ru's :too 

Khcnezer .'Kto 

I.urretla .100 

GOI-DSMITli. 

Joshua 15S 

Lucy 55 

rjOC^DHUE. 

175r, Abigail fiO 

Elizabeth fiO 

Georjre fiO 

GOODNOW 
William 55 



GOODRICH. 

1770 Abigail 198 

185s Addle Kllr.ihcth 115 

17S1 Bailey 1!I8 

Charles A 115 

18.5,? Charl'.'s Kdwin 115 

1775 Hannah 198 

I7ti5 Jeremiah l;«S 

Joseph 19.8 

1761 Joseidi 198 

Mary 253 

Mary A 41 

17i!7 Molly 198 

(Mr.> 106 

(Mr.) 188 

177.1 .«?arah 19S 

CJOODWIN. 

Eliza he! h WlMard 26 

(Mr.) 45 

Samuel (Major) 26 

1T4;t S.uah 2fi 

(JdOIJ). 

1804 Judilh .159 

M.ity lancohi .159 

Kobert 353 

(.JOKDON. 

(tforg'e 209 

( JOSS. 

1"S2 Anna IS 

1741 D.anlel 18 

17r:o Hamii ih 18 

17.15 James IS 

.fohn IS 

17:!9 John 18 

1718 M.irlha \ l.-i 

1717 Peter IH 

1709 Sarah 17 

COT'M). 

ItenJ.imin 3tS 

Martha 1) 2W 

Mary (Widow) 371 

(Mr.) 221 

l.sr.:) Sophia 285 

Thomas 285 

GOV 10. 

Cha4-l(>s 25:1 

M a ry 251) 

C.KACHOA <)U (ilUI.S'HlOA. 

John 15 

17CJ John 1.^ 

174'-. Sarah 15 

GRAHAM. 
lOleanor P 309 

GRANT. 

TOunice Anna 294 

Isaac W 40() 

Peter 27(? 

T^ S. (General) .■...174, .195 

V(ista Capen 27H 



INDEX. 



455 



GItAVKS. 

-1790 Fanny fil 

S. Dudley 71 

GRAY. 

Asa (Dr.) 201 

John H 4ns 

Stanley WLiithrop Leonard ..4tis 

GREEI.EY. 

Alfred s:> 

David 2!t 

Mary B S't 

Mary Webster S!t 

Guy H 2S2 

GTiiT.KK. 
Samuel (Prof.) 2:;u 

GREENE. 
James 4lo 

GREENWOOD. 

DanieJ .V.' 

William r.I 

GREY. 

Georglana US 

GRIFFEN. 
ISS.-? Mary E |:r." 

GRII'EIN. 

17;tli' Daiii.'l 1.1 

Daniel (or Nathaniel) l' 

Hannah Kendall (Mi-s.) '.is 

Jonathan '• 

17:J7 Samuel 10 

GROVER. 

Andrew :!20 

Charles A 2s.'i 

Ivem u 1^1 :>.'!2 

Sarah :!21, :V,2 

Tabitha :!J1. :!;;L' 

GROW. 
Judith A 212 

Gt'NNISON. 
r. E ::i)s 

GURT>EY. 
Sally •S.''^ 

GUYER. 

Jfarriet 271 

HACKETT. 
Joseph iss 

HADLOCK. 

Arvesta los 

Jf>.«ei)h ins 

Orison lOs 

H.\GETi. 

Victoria Gwelf rrfi 

TIAGKRTY. 

ISfl.T T'ernire Icykiie 147 

isn7 Mildred Isabel It: 

ISliT Thomas 11.' 



1S(.1 



1S7II 



17SU 
Iss:; 

17SS 
17X1 
1.S91 



r:Ki 
nsG 

17.S2 



is:jl' 



iTsrs 

ISijO 
179S 
I.SCI 



IS I.''. 

is::5 
is.-,s 
)Sl-,2 
1S49 

1S4;: 

1S10 
ISoS 

1N:;f) 
1S24 
JS22 

IS'.'C 
ISIS 
IS2S 



HA(}GERTT. 
Temperance M 273 

TIAIGHT. 

Jennie G 1;?0 

HAINES. 
Jonathan 242 

HALE. 

Aliio Ann 29S 

Arthur 2SS 

C:harles 29S 

David 214 

David 214 

Dean Baile.N 20S 

Eleanor 214 

Eliza 214 

G'jy Morrill 2ns 

John id 

J ah II E 2!tS 

Ivevi 214 

Oliver 211 

Samuel 211 

HAJ.L. 

.\ndiew Jaekson 2S0 

lOlizabeth Se< ond ;{47 

Ellen A ^04 

l'"anny Cojieland 104 

Hertnon 404 

Isaae (Elder) 2r>7 

Jeremiah (Dr.) n22 

Josei>h (Cipt.) 30 

Joj--h u a :j 17 

Judith 61 

I.yman E. (Rev.) 280 

Miry fin 

Mary 317 

Nathaniel ^fi 

Orrin S 2sn 

HADLETT. 

W'jllard D V. 2s:i 

William F ;..V, 2S:i 

HADLOCK. 

Hannah Stanwood .';n7 

Martha Elizabeth :?!)7 

Nathaniel 3!)7 

Nieholas Edward ;!97 

Patrlek Falconer 397 

Sam uel F :i<)7 

Sara fsabelhi .T)7 

Sera phi na Joy ,'597 

Winthrop 397 

HAMILTON. 

Alfreda 3ti7 

Charlotte Bailey 36V 

Klizaheth D 3(i7 

E.^tella 229 

John Perry :)(i^ 

l..urindn A 3t>7 

M a re .1 ret .3(57 

Olive ■571 



456 



INDEX. 



1819 

1>*14 
181G 



1841 
1840 
1846 
184« 

1844 



18114 



1869 



ftotwrt 3*57 

Robert L -Wi 

Susann-th L ^^' 

William P 367 

FIAMLKN. 

],iicy J ant- ■''' 

Sarah Ann '■•" 

Thomas 90 

HAMMOND. 

Hatley "j 

Emmaroy 1"" 

Esther «* 

John '•' 

John l'""' 

Mary <>« 

Minerva !'•<> 

Nalhanirl <•< 

Rtmijson ')4 

Plm|>s<m 1'"' 

Welby HI 

HANCE. 

I/ydia -'^5 

HANDKl.. 
John J^- 

IIANDMN. 

Henjamin -•'" 

Rsthf>r ^H- 

Julia -il'-i 

J/Hura 2t;2 

Mary 2t;2 

f)livr :i'!2 

Sarah 2(i:; 

1 1 A NiS. 
[.aura '>^ 

IIAUDV. 

Ahinall ■'! 

Al.iRail !«' 

AblKall ;'!'. ^t^a 

Ahi.rah '■''> 

Albt-rt 'i« 

I'Ksy 252 

UfH.sy 2.'.4 

Caroline ♦''» 

Catherini- 252 

( 'lartjme SCv 

("larisda '••'• 

rtt'orge **'' 

Henry 2r>2 

Jamea '^ 

Jane •>" 

Jcs.se •>'> 

Mary •'fi 

Mary 252 

(Mr.) 216 

Norman d' 

Rufus 2.S2 

Pally 22:1 

Simeon 25J 



StpphPin 252 

William 252 

HAUIS. 
William Henry 251 

HAHRIMAN. 

ITfiO Anna l'« 

1727 Knoch 14 

n.ie Knoch 15 

H. B SS 

1S50 Helen M SS 

1729 Jane H 

1741 Jane 15 

John U 

17S1 John 15 

i7:U I ^oona r<l 15 

ITHfi I e'lnani 15 

MarKarct 15 

1S47 M.irgiri't A SX 

Ho.samond 15 

1741 'I'homa.s 15 

Waltor SS 

HAKKINUTON. 

David 201 

Klish 1 201 

H ARUIS. 

IClea^nor IT 

Jame.s T 250 

Ruth IS 

HART. 

]S;iO l.,uella llairiei 1.50 

M.uy 79 

Sit rah 7!l 

•J'h.uiias ;}22 

Wllli.ini 222 

1S.57 William II 150 

HARTLEY. 
Rethecca A "S'^i 

HART\VK1,L. 

Ellen E ,...2-;5 

HARVIJY. 

(Mr.'^.) 29 

Rufus <>5 

HASKKI,L. 

Willi.ini Henry 27S 

HATCH. 

Kze.ki.1l 'J' ^^'^ 

H.inuali r.i.il. y :«« 

Martha K :iSB 

(Mls.«) •V!2 

Ruth o^' 

UATHlORI.Y. 
iMr.) 314 

HAWM.ING. 

Jane Sanderson 394 

Jeeee Pike 394 

1S29 Martha Anne Hatch 394 

HAY. 
Annie 210 



INDEX, 



457 



1823 
1826 
1829 
1793 
1820 



1818 



1848 



1882 



18'iS 
1859 
1801 
1895 



1782 



1742 



HAYDEN. 

Hedeii Jane 295 

Samuel 52 

HAYES. 

Luella E 5S 

President 260 

HAYWARD. 

Martha 327 

Nettle 272 

HAZELTON. 

Aindrow D 99 

HAZEN. 

Margaret I.ittle 42 

HAZLETINE. 

Mary 177 

HEAD. 

Abby M 245 

Daniel 245 

John 245 

Joseph 244 

Joseph M 245 

Lydia Day 244 

(Miss) 245 

Reuben 244 

Sarah L. 245 

HEMION. 

Jacob 297 

Margarette 297 

Wanmaker 297 

HENRY. 

p:mily 3G0 

Sarah Hardy (Mr.«.) 65 

HENSCHKL. 

G eorgre 305 

Helen Henrietta 305 

HERON. 

John 144 

John Bailey 144 

John Wesley 144 

Mary Blanchard 144 

I'risciila Alden 144 

HIBBARD. 

Aaron (Col.) 241 

Betsy 241 

Hannah 220 

Sarah Merrill 241 

HILDRETH. 

Juliet B4 

Rebecca 33 

HILL. 

Benjamin 252 

Benjamin 252 

Edward 252 

Enoch 252 

Hannah Matilda 260 

Maria 252 

Mary .' 350 



Warren 252 

Sophronia 252 

HILLIARD. 

R. Everett 142 

HILLS. 

^Vbig-aJI 176 

Alexander 25<) 

HITCHCOCK. 

1803 Fanny 349 

Gad (Dr.) 334 

1810 Louis Bailey 349 

ISOO Margaret 349 

1801 Nancy 349 

Orry 349 

Thomas 349 

HIXON. 

Abby White 127 

HOBBS. 

(Mr.) 22 

HOBSON. 

Sally 46 

Susanna 47 

Tliomas 27 

HODGDON. 

Fred 277 

HODGES. 
I-ucy 204 

HODGKINS. 
Mary 15 

HODGMAN. 
Abel 23 

HOLBROOK. 

Albert 353 

Elisabeth 174 

HOLDEN. 

r<;stella M 77 

HOLMAN. 

Mary 23 

HOLMES. 

1748 Anna 338 

Belle 395 

P"'rances A 251 

Hcman 339 

Oliver 52, 215 

Phebe 356 

HOLSTEAD. 

Abigail 205 

HOLT. 

Jonathan 23 

Joshua 58 

HOLYOKE. 

John 37 

HOOK. 

(Mr.) 54 

HOOKER. 
Samuol 263 



458 



INDEX, 



1890 

1^X4 
1883 
ISOO 

1W2 
1S97 



1855 
1853 
1850 
1853 

1S4S 
1845 
1862 



1871 
1870 



HOPKINS. 

Ernest L 30:3 

Haiinuh C. (Mrs.) 1 

Harold W 302 

Lucy E 302 

(Miss) 254 

(Mr.) 20;i 

N-_^lie F 302 

(Soil) 302 

William E 302 

H OS MICH. 

Anna Maria 72 

Chai'les Myrick 72 

Densniorc Kailey 72 

Mary Lawi-ciue 72 

Silas 72 

Silas A 72 

Susan D. S 72 

Willlini Damon 72 

HOUGHTON. 

Anna H 

Eunice 21 

John :n<i 

Martin — ...^ :!47 

(Mrs.) 41 

HOUSE. 

Columljus 271 

Ella 271 

Emma 271 

Emma 272 

Eunice 271 

Josepli 271 

Julius 35V, 

Manila 234 

Samuel 323 

Sarah 271 

HOWARD. 

Blancho Winthroi» 40S 

('aroline 2!':i 

Eliakim (rai)t.) 34:! 

Frank G 40v 

Jennie 2:t0 

John 327 

Jonathan 320 

Jonathan (Maj.) :!27 

MaKSi-j Hatlilfcii 1 IM 

Mary 313 

Maud Do Havi-n 4itS 

E 2TO 

320 



5726 
1761 



Moses 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Sarah 
Silvia 



Dev-in .327 

Field .32fi. 327 

3i:{ 

HOWE. 
rMaj.-Gen.), (M. 



is 



Abraham 
Appleton 

D.) 372 

Res.'^ie 288 



Daniel 31S 

1088 Deborah 318 

Kleazer :!is. 3.iO 

Elizabelh 31.S, 32:t 

Hanna h 31s 

James 327 

John 318 

Jusliua 4:', 

Judith 81 

Kill h'-ri'l nc 33i> 

Nathaniel (Kev.) 372 

Keulien 20 

Siljella :i27 

llOWLAND. 

Ahl.ie P-agley 25'« 

lOllsabeth Phyte .25't 

I'JIleii Maria 25!' 

George 377 

llairison O. (Uev.> 25'.i 

Mary 25!» 

184!t William Hailcv 2.".!! 

H OX 110. 

(Mr.) 227 

llUlilJAKD. 

Thomas 322 

HUDSON. 

David 2;7> 

Deborah 17(i 

HUMBEKTON. 

Kitty 211 

HUMfREY. 
i^ewis ll't 

HUNT. 

Abigail 100 

Betsey 332 

Ellen 3!il 

lOmma HT 

1 laiinali 17(; 

17i;i l.ois \K 

(Miss) .3:11 

IhO:; Nanry IJ 2.'.7 

Sarah 2I(; 

llUNTlOli. 

ISSl Anna Harrii I Ill 

IS(;2 Carrie 4lii 

IMi4 ("harl^'s K.iIkiI iln 

1S7:1 IluvvMKl Biil.y 411 

.lame-i 41" 

Im;s I. my Lorrna 4tii 

ISCO M.ii-lha Aurilla tin 

Mailh.i W. Marshall 4ln 

l.'-58 Mary Annette- 4lu 

].S7(' Nelli" 411 

Uoborl Marshall 410 

1770 .Sar-ah lOthel \'l. Ill 

1x70 Sar-ah lOth'l \'l. Ill 

HtTNTlN(;TON. 

John 31 

Jdhn 2311 



INDKX. 



]643 John 15S 

Marg-arct 158 

1648 Mary IGS 

Simon 15S 

William 150, 157, 15S 

HURD. 
Ellen L 2J1 

HUTCHINSON. 

1837 Ang.^line Abigail 28.'i 

Chai-Ies 2sr> 

1S46 Elvira Augusta 2sr> 

1845 Lydii Ann Ardelia 2S5 

INGRAHAM. 

1700 Abigail 17(i 

Abby ?.7.S 

Ann T ;!52 

1868 Edith May 12S 

IKVING. 
George M 58 

JACKSON. 

Abner 44 

Charles W 27S 

Kll7,;i 44 

M;iry J 273 

Sara.h INI 

JACOBS. 

John (Col ) 351 

17f4 Sarah 351 

JAMBS. 

Annn 327, 344 

Drnison .3ii3 

1780 Molly (or Polly) .363 

William (Capt.) 314 

William rCapt.) 3G3 

JANVRIN. 

1S3U Catherine S4 

JEFFERSON. 

Mary 252 

JEM'SON. 
F'olly IV, 50. 213 

JENKINS. 

Elizabeth C 90 

Thomas 317 

JICNNISON. 
Polly IV, 50, 213 

JESTLIN. 
Thomas 314 

JIOWEEL. 

lOv.i lOllcn 402 

(Mi.'^s) 61 

JEWETT. 

Amos 6 

Fzekir'l (Oca.) 6 

Fnmny 232 

.Turiith 8L 

1675 Sarah 6 



J72S 

1734 
1724 
1731 

17III 
17,36 

1726 



1715 



IS20 



17!r, 



1S14 



"S15 
IS", I 
1M4 
JM2 
l.si-.c 



459 

Hannah 20 

Sai-ah 12 

JOCEYN. 

Penjjimin ict 

Dana Israel i(j4 

Edward 164 

Gideon jfij 

Hann.ih . . ., 164 

I'-'rael igo, 163 

Israel ir,4 

Jolin 1^4 

Joseph 164 

'^•"■;ih 164 

JOHNSON. 

r-i'l^.V 208 

< 'harles W 279 

lOlizalnth 5 

I';ii.s,ib<'lh 161 

I'ranklin 218 

J'"''" 365 

■Tiiiia 364 

■'"Hi-! 1 406 

''""■'iifia 92, 215 

M : I TK'a ret 35 

Mi-hitable 28 

(Mi.s.s) 20 

(Mr.) 26 

(Mr.) 62 

lUlio'-ca Hildri'th 104 

RoLiit 63 

Thomas (Col.) 20!j 

JONES. 

CaiherinL' 374 

J''lmira 366 

F. A. (Judge) 411 

Jennie L 411 

Jc^'^eph 374 

I^Tary 35s 

(Mr.) 51 

Susan 374 

JOSLIN. 

Hetsey R 74 

Joel (Col.) 73 

JOSSELVN. 

Anne A 382 

l-'ranois H 382 

Ira 382 

Sarah !> 3g2 

Thacher • 382 

Thomas 314 

KEEEY. 
<Jcor:.Ce W. (Prof.) 225 

kei:lf,y. 

S.imiicl Emir^on 225 

KEITH. 

Josepli 323 

Eouis lienry 407 



460 



INDEX, 



1782 
1866 



1S43 

1849 
1846 

182G 
1823 
1830 



1821 



17R5 
17 U 

1770 
1707 
1772 



KELLEV. 

l-'i-ancts 373 

KELLY. 

Elisabeth Emery 178 

Hannah 178 

John 178 

John (Hon.) 2ol 

Louisa H .• n>l 

(Mr.) 2^4 

William (Rev.) 201 

KENDALL. 

Caroline M 2S1 

EUsha a4(i 

Ellii Maria ZSl 

Emily Francos 2S1 

Harv-jy 7U 

Heuiry Ezeklel 7o 

John Harvey 70 

Lucinda Kilburn 7i) 

Mary 3"J>, ;;4(i 

Mary MK 

Mary Waklron 70 

Kuth 210 

Ruth Payson 34i; 

Seneca 98 

Sumner 281 

KENDRIOK. 

James TJ5, 197 

James Bailey 197 

Judith (Mr.s.) 195 

Mary 229 

Mary 107 

Samuel 197 

Thomas 197 

KENNETT. 

■VVllUam 250 

KEYES. 

Melindu 51 

Royal 214 

KIDD. 

Robert 249 

KIETH. 

Matilda 125 

KILBOQRNE. 

Abigail 20 

KlLliURN. 

Eli :i7 

Henry 3S7 

William lis'/ 

William (OMpt.) 3S7 

KIMfJALL. 

Benjamin F r,:;, 'jir, 

Dorothy S 97 

Elisabeth 17; 

George F S.j 

KINCAIRD. 

Anna .10 

Mary 19 



1004 

1059 
1001 
1008 



1799 



isso 



KING. 

Abigail 33 

liinos 371 

Estlier 313 

John 31:1 

John 313 

John 313 

J'atience 313 

Kufus (Rev.) 259 

KINGS I'-UHY. 

Alniiri 57 

Daniel 57 

KIT'lMtiODGi;. 

1 hiiinah 30 

J;i nil's 31 

S;i innul 31 

ICN.M'l'. 

Aibtrt 1' 110 

(Mr.) 17 

KNOWI/I'ON. 

Lucy 29 

J^NOX. 
J(jsi,'|jii l< 371 

KKPU'ri. 

Oa 111 line 300 

LADD. 

Ezekiel 200 

Hiinnah 207 

MaiT IV, 20(i 

Mary Ward (Mrs.; 10:1 

Ruth Hutcliins 20(; 

Samuel 242 

IvA DUK. 

ilallcy S Ml 

Harley H 141 

1>.\KE. 

(Mr.-^.) 50, 213 

IjAMUN'I'. 

J es.sio 121 

I^AMI'UIOI'U.. 

I':iizabelh T,K> 

LANE. 

W. iS 39>' 

LAN15. 
Hannaii 27.') 

LARKIN. 

J-ydii M 20'. 

I'eter :'(s 

Suniii.'l R 2'l'l 

ITisiila 2t;'; 

Larkin \: Monill 20il 

LASKIOLl.S. 

Joshua K'l 

(Miss) KiO 

LATIIROl'. 

Andi'C'W 201 

Andrew 2'Q 



INnF.X. 



461 



isns 



ISfifi 



1772 



liiKl 

le::; 



1S82 

1VS7 



1.S77 



isr>fi 



IS17 
issi 



1SS7 



Grace 2!»5 

iMr.) ^41 

LAUGHLIN. 
Klizn.beth ?,c>'\ 

LAURIAT. 

C. P 120 

I-.ucy y>(\ 

Mnry Hosmer r^o 

LAWRENCE. 

Fred J 2S:', 

Olive 210 

Sara h 210 

LA/.EI.I.. 
Isiino, Sr n2:! 

liEA. 
nobf>rt HH 

LEACH. 

R(.*b(^coa 107 

Sii.sMiinah 221 

LRADIARY. 
Rnr.hel 170 

LEARNED. 
(Mr.) X^?, 

LEAVER. 

l>amaris n 

I^yflia 5 

M.iry 5 

S;irnh h 

Thomas ii 

LEE. 

Oporge O ?,01 

Tlarolrl Q SOI 

.Ip.ssie Ii .'iOI 

Marthn C 12r> 

Mary 12.". 

Minnie G I:!;i 

Nellio F :!0I 

linlph H r.Ol 

LEIGH TON. 

Gftorse S2 

\Vmi;im T 12:t 

liENNON. 
.•\hig,iil J S2 

LEONARD. 

Rose 02 

TiP.stO'r, iSf-nncll K- ("liosirr HOsi 

LETCH FORD. 

Carlyle Jf rands no2 

lOdiia JIoiio ::o2 

tloorgo F 2si; 

li.uidon R ;;02 

Leon F5n 1 |py MOj 

LEWIS. 
F. M 110 

LINCOLN. 
Kela r.S 



isnc 

ISIS 

isr,.i 

IS I.'-. 
ISOfi 
1S5H 



i7ir» 

1750 
1774 

i7r,7 

isr;s 
1S:'9 
ISIS 



17.",4 

I IKi 
ISO't 

)'<\\ 
I7r,2 

1717 

17SS 
1772 

1714 

1717 

I7:ir, 
174S 
17.",:; 

17.tI 
1SH 
i7r,o 

1710 
1707 



1702 

17SI 
1743 
ISl.-! 
174.') 



Jnnies 334 

Sarah V ^62 

Susan N. Cii.shing (Mr.'^.) ....35S 

\Villin,m Rpn.s.'ielaer IC 

LINDSAY. 

Fannie Augn.'sta 123 

JJenry (Tlay 12^ 

Janri'^s Jforrest 125 

John Kincaid 125 

Mary Ellen 125 

LIPPITT. 
PhPbft S 103 

LITCHFIELD. 

Ann M.'irie 3C3 

Josephine M 40i' 

J'aiil (Rev.) 325 

Rulh 325 

LITTLE. 

Abigail 182, 1S7 

Abigail I'.allpy 182, 1ST 

Abner 171, isi 

A bne.f 20.! 

Anna 18? 

Ann.a 182 

Riirnaba.'; 33s 

Ch.i rles 204 

Ch.'irle."5 L 264 

Charles (Rev.) 22S 

Cbarlmti e 36'; 

Fdna isi 

Kli Ill 

Eli.s.-ibeth ISJ 

Eli.saboth 20.'! 

Emily 22^ 

Fr.anf^is ICiigeno 204 

Hannah 182 

Henry 205 

1 lonry 201! 

•T.i ne 20,'! 

.John 104 

Joshua isi 

.ropliii.i isi 

.Tosliu.'i 20j 

Josiali IS], ISJ 

Jiidllh 181 

.ludith Il.nlloy 17], 181 

I>ydia 1S2 

M.u-ga.rol H S7 

Mary 1S2 

Mic^'ia.^I 1S2 

M0.SOS 1S2 

Moso.s (Col.) 1S2, ]S7 

Nnthaniel isi 

Nicholas 20:: 

S,i mnel 22< 

Samuel 20J! 

Sara h iS2 

Sa.-?ton Ba iley 22S, 264 

Steiphon }g\ 



462 



INDKX. 



Stephen (De:i.) 171. 181 

Sylvester 351 

1757 Temperance 181 

177S William 2o:! 

1815 William Buckingham 228 

LOCKE. 

(^yrus "JS 

1843 Flora Caicline !>S 

1845 Foster Bailey 98 

LONG. 
17(12 Abigail Wr. 

Anna R 30:{ 

1772 David VX, 

D. (Rev.) 37,i 

17f.7 FHeanor 195 

Enoch 191 

1760 Enoch VX> 

1769 H.imiah I'j:. 

1764 l.saac 190 

Mary 181 

1774 Samuel 195 

LORINC;. 

Albert 3r.r. 

AldcMi 92 

Alfred 3M 

Job 35j 

Judith \Vhitoii 355 

1809 Lucind I Alden 92 

lauinda Briggs 9.; 

1777 Thankful 355 

LORNE. 
Mar-iuid of 292 

l^OaSlNG. 

(Mr.) 333 

LOTllER. 

Ann S l'» 

EOTHROl*. 

Isaac 327 

LOUD. 

Eliphak-t, Esq 2(;o 

Thais 200 

LOUNSBURY. 

George 202 

LOVEJOY. 

James Ballaid 3;i 

John 33 

Mary 23 

LoViOI-L. 

Delorah 31s 

Robert 30ij 

LOW. 
Harry 271 

LOWlOhL. 

1724 Aniin 172 

JOIisabeth 233 

roilzabcth 27 

Gideon 173 



1S17 
1813 
ISIO 

1842 
1802 
1811 



1820 



1778 
1771 

1770 

1785 
1810 



John 28 

Martha lia.stinKS 2S 

Mary 28 

. (Mr.) 33 

liichard 27 

Sarali (or Su-: iiiiia ) 27 

LTIHIOL. 
("arrio M 28fi 

LUCAS. 
Sarah 383 

LUCV'S. 
John. Esq 331 

LYON. 

t^h.irle.s A 108 

Elizabf Lh 1U7 

Lemuel T'7 

'I'ti.inkful D.imon l'»7 

LYONS. 
Jolin 393 

Calh.'rine C. Blinrbruld 

(Mrs.) 122 

MA. NT A I l.\N. 

Mary J H''* 

MANGER. 

Joseph 101 

MANN. 

Chloe 353 

Solomon 2111 

mansi''ii;li>. 

AUi-.'J ('lar"ndou 90 

Ed wa rd 95 

Edw.ird August us 96 

JCdw.ird G.ilen 96 

EuMice 94 

Hor.iee August in 90 

William 53 

MARP.LIO 

Helen 117 

MAR<'ir. 

M.i-y 190 

Kuth 178 

MARSH. 

Harriet R. (Mrs.) i".' 

Laura 227 

Lydia Burl>ank ."XX 

Lylia Drew 38S 

Thonnus 388 

MAIiSlI Ald>. 

Cyllnda 219 

IClis.ibelh 211 

I'Isie 211 

Ceorgr \V 250 

Ha.nnah 211 

ll.-muah (Mrs.l 211 

Jobu 211 

John Bailey 211 



ixtu; 



l^fil 



Joseph HondfTPon T.iO 

1773 M;iry 211 

17sn KlKxla 211 

Silas 211 

17Cf> Silas 211 

Sophia 12 

1775 Thacldpus 211 

17H2 Thomas 21 1 

MARSTERS. 
Calvin 2-10 

MARSTON. 

Rachel E 2.-", 

MARTIN. 

Kllzabeth K ir>l 

FlotM M l.ls 

MAHWTCK. 

Albprt 11 

MASON. 

Adele G S.'> 

Sarah (Mr.s.) 2i; 

William x:, 

MATHERS. 
Jonn 2S2 

MATHRWS. 

1S02 AbiRAil :VS 

Tnrrfase rif.s. :!r>;l 

MATHICS. 

Henry :i!i2 

MAXIM. 
<'liarli^.- R in 

MAY. 

Sarah .'i.'i 

MAYNARD. 

Stophon (la(Mit.> ••!2!i 

MAYO. 

Hi>1pii Franot^f! T(i 

MrRRTDE. 
Ilonton M 10! 

Mc(;arty. 

ISIS lAioinda A ino 

MrCAlIBER. 

Tolly ::•; 

M(CLI^AN. 

Jaroh W Ill 

MrCM.TIRE. 

Andr?>w :i!i2 

Mary Devol .1!12 

ISCti Sarah Dfvol :v.\2 

William Taylor .'{!);"> 

McCONATTOllY. 

1.S02 Jane :!r>'5 

Mary :^tis 

SatniiPl 'VK 

MrCONNEl.T.. 
Carolino V,:\ 

M.<"OURT. 
Samiiol S(M 



IN'I>F.X. ^63 

MrCREADY. 
Ida 294 

McDANIEL. 
Henry 247 

McDonald. 

17S,S Martha 247 

McKl.ROY. 
Eliza J 118 

MrEWEN. 
T.ewis 235 

McFART.AND. 

John 19 

Sarah W 220 

MflLVAIN. 
Kbenezer S 222 

MoTNTOSH. 
(Mr.) 21!'^ 

McKAR. 

Alexander H 412 

iss:i lOdson Alexander 413 

IS.SO Frank Wallace 413 

McKENNON. 
Sarah 90 

McKiNliEY. 

Janios F .'.01 

1S!>S M.arnie Aune.* 301 

McT>EOD. 
l.sr.it Edith 149 

McMANIJS. 

fjcoik'-' R 412 

ism Ruth R 412 

McNAMARA. 
• 'harloUe C3 

McNETL. 

Eiipr?ne S2 

John 331 

McNOTT. 

]S(.1 Ella M 301 

MELT^EN. 

ISU r;harlf>tte A 132 

MET. LIS. 

f lenry 44 

MERRIAM. 

17117 ("lari.-^sa 55 

17f.:t l>anic4 55 

ISlit DanuM 55 

1S(I7 Kliza 55 

1 S()5 Elvira 55 

ISOi, Rhoda 55 

isod Sarah 55 

MP.RRTCK. 

Andalusia 2G7 

Joseph ISl 

MERR1I.I-. 

Adams 22:; 

Anna 22J 



464 



INDEX, 



Ann V 98 

Charles K 222 

Uunlel 171 

Daniel 209 

David 15 

1748 Edmund 172 

Edward 406 

Enoch 181 

Hannah 171 

liannah 172 

Ira 222 

James 172 

1745 James 172 

Jeremiah 222 

1755 Joseph 172 

1721 Josiah 171 

1789 Juda 172 

1728 Judith 171 

Laban 2:{1 

I.ucinda 2n 

Mary 171 

Mary 181 

Mary 209 

Mary 222 

Mary FlUsbury 20'J 

(Mr.) IGl 

Nathan 172 

1742 Nathin 172 

Nathaniel (Maj.) 241 

Peter 163, 171 

1703 Peter 171 

Sarah 222 

1735 Sarah 172 

1780 Sarah 181 

Stephen 108 

M ERR ITT. 

Adams 339 

A. J. (Capt.) 392 

Amos 326 

KilUng5, .339 

(Dav.t;liter) 3.39 

Ellen M 358 

John 33:t 

Kllbourn 3.39 

MarUn 330 

MfeTCALF. 
Georg'e A 137 

MIDDLE KAUFF. 

1892 Berdenla Ellon 145 

1897 Edison Ball.-y 145 

1861 Ellsworth Doug-las 145 

MIGHILL. 

Mary 4 

Thomas (Dea.) 4 

MILLAN. 
Wininif red 2S'-! 

MILDER. 

Adeline 384 

1866 Alice Thankful 130 



1897 



1869 



1802 



1771 
1790 



1782 

17SS 
1746 
1779 
1788 
1777 
1777 



1790 



Emily 3Rt 

Grace E 142 

Hazel Mae 147 

Homer li :iS4 

Horace S 3S4 

Martha 152 

Norman 384 

Thomas 147 

WilU.am :;S4 

William M 112 

William S 142 

MILLIKEN. 
Nabby 248 

MILLS. 
John 29 

MINCKLKH. 

Elizabeth M 139 

MIRTCK. 
(Mrs.) :<0 

MITCHELL. 
Eben 15 

MONTDON. 
John (Capt.) 27 

MOODY. 

Caleb, Jr 176 

(Mr.) 240 

Stephen 36 

moorf: 

Anna 2ti5 

Isaac, Sr 328 

Jacob 32S 

Jonathan, Jr 328 

MOREY. 

Carrie Frances 91 

David B 5.S 

MORRILL. 

Eva 139 

Howard F 266 

MORRISON. 

Frederick D 77 

MORSE. 

Abigail 197 

Abigail 197 

Albert 278 

Anna 197 

Anna Sawyer 197 

Clarissa 199 

Clarissa 19y 

David 197 

David 197 

Edmond 197 

Elisabeth No.ves 199 

Elisabeth (or Betsy) 232 

Hannah 108 

Hannah 162 

John 197 

John 197 

Joseph 214 



INDEX. 



465 



1775 Joseph 197 

1786 Joseph 199 

(Miss) 2:is 

1777 Moody 1!'7 

17?:! Moses VJ'i 

17St Most>s Noyes 19!> 

Pruden<'e 177 

1781 Sally lO;' 

1784 Samuel 1^7 

Sarah Bailey 2:« 

1790 Sophia IM 

Stephen 17s 

Stephen "i.f.' 

1770 Steiphen Bulky l**'! 

Stephen (Capt.) I'>0 

MORiSS. 

Amos H 7'.t 

MOSiSMAN. 

Catherine '■'*>'< 

John ^''7 

MOTT. 

Mariinn ■'?'i^' 

MOUI/rON. 

1815 Nancy "^ 

1817 Phebe B '^■' 

MUNROK. 

Benjamin iCaj)!.) :il'.t 

Bethiah 3*'>" 

MURPHY. 

I,eolla l-^^ 

MYERS. 

(Mr.) 4:. 

MYRU'K. 

(MU^«) 234 

NASI I. 

Klla 112 

NE.Af-. 

Alice -W^ 

NKALK. 

Abigail "'■* 

NREDHAM. 

l7.S!i Uet.-^ey J ^1 

Clarence B 127 

Clarissa 99 

1787 David Parsons 51, 52 

17S4 Hannah 51 

ISOf) Harriet ^'2 

178" James ^' 

17y2 Jeremiah K ^'1 

1785 John [>• 

1800 Joslah Locke •">2 

17!K; Mary '■>- 

1794 Phineas S W 

1791 Saniu^'l B;illey M 

18itt Sarah •>2 

1754 Stearns 51 

NEL.SON. 
Anna 1<3 



1X2,''. 
1827 
182S 
1S16 
ISIO 
ISU 

]M)6 
1816 
1S20 

ISIS 



IRG.-? Ella May 128 

ISfiB Florence Parker 128 

Isab'^'l V 271 

NEWCOMH. 

Daniel 194 

George F 2G4 

Iioulsa 98 

NEWHAT.I.. 

Daniel 37tj 

Daniel Rodman 376 

Georffe 37d 

Gecrpe 37« 

Henry "^•' 

Hepsibah -W. 

Isaac 37fi 

John Bailey 376 

Joseph 37i! 

l.ucy 376 

Mar«raret (Mrs.) 37o 

M.ary 37K 

NEWTON. 

Amelia 22S 

Arad 348 

Charles H 99 

Dolly ri2, 214 

Miriam VI. :'.29. 34ti 

Mirriam VI. S29, 346 

Nabby 212 

NICHOLS. 

Catherine "4:5 

(\qitherlne Cnshins (Mrs.) ....342 

Eliza Ann 88 

Elizabeth 331 

Elizabeth Lincoln 331 

Nathanit'l 331 

Nathaniel 342 

NICHOLSON. 

TTa-ttle M 273 

NILES. 

Benjamin Franklin 134 

185:; Mury Frances 134 

M ;i ry NeweH 134 

NIXON. 

1867 Thomas Bioler 130 

NORCROSS. 

1S13 Orrill.i % 

NOmVOOD. 
race 117 

NOURSE. 

Benjamin (Dr.) ::28 

Jeremiah 206 

NOl ES. 

Anpenetta B 266 

Ephraim I,S2 

John 182 

(Mr.) 171 

Prudence 182 

Prudence Stlckney 182 

Sarah 232 



172.S 
1818 
1719 



466 



INDEX. 



NULL. 

Andrew J :?fi(! 

NUTTER. 

Andrew li^'> 

Henry 4i; 

NYE. 

Hannah 202 

Horatio 270 

Kezlah 2;!^ 

Ixris 270 

OLNEY. 
Tabltha 350 

OMNE. 
Margaret Emeline VI, 403 

ORDWAY. 

1719 Anna lO"^ 

1779 Elisabeth 22:! 

1717 Eunice It!"' 

JamvSj l*il> 

Joseph 19(i 

1712 Judith 1«'^ 

Mary 17X 

1715 Sarah Iri-** 

ORMSBY. 

Cora ^^n 

OSBORN. 

Martha I). (Widow) 2W 

OSGOOD. 

Kdw.ird Paysoii 2.'>6 

Lydia ICniily 2")<> 

Mary I01isal)(>tli 2.''>i; 

.Sarali Dciini.s 2">0 

Wyatt 2r,(; 

OSMER. 

Claude Franltlin M'> 

Dai.sy Pielie HO 

Enzie I'Mla HU 

Ida May 14ti 

Jani>'s William 14ft 

OTIS. 

John ;«40 

OZiER. 

D(*horah F 121 

PACKARD. 

lTr,4 Abipail :5« 

Uebora h ^'J 1 

1750 Deborah ^41 

Jacob (Capt.) :141. "-1:5 

Solomon "2^ 

Solomon ^WT 

Su.sanin;i Kintrman .VJ 

Zacchous 327 

PAGE. 

EHza Swazey 277 

Ellen 277 

Josc-ph ''^> 

J. W 55 



1S4(I 
1S42 
IS.M1 

is;;s 



1857 
l.SSl 
1SS7 
l^SO 
1SS2 



ISOf, 

].S.'.2 

1S.S1 
1S91 



lS2t' 

1S2.'; 

1S.11 

is:^i> 
ix:w 

1825 



1801 
1S03 

is:;7 

17110 



Luko J. (Urn.) 55 

Samuel 277 

iSu.san 2ri7 

PAi.Ml'.lt. 

Bennett ".u 

Betsey r.i 

(\iroline 5*! 

]-'rank W :WS 

Harriet 22f< 

Martha 1.'. 

Ruth 322 

PARK. 

Mn ria A 2.">1 

PARKER. 

Renj.imin 5.'(, 21.'i 

Edna 7n 

Prances E I'lS 

Lydla 22 

(Mrs.) iOi; 

Olive 52 

PARK HILL. 

Caroline 2oti 

PARKHtTRST. 

EbenPzcr 2]'l 

M.iry 177 

PARSONS. 

Noah K; 

PATERSON. 

i^dwin Fay Ux 

Harold .Mcxamlrr 14S 

John 14S 

laiella 14v 

NeIHe 14S 

Vinnie 14n 

Walter James Hx 

PATEY. 

Maria ::.5i: 

PATRICK. 

Abigail 77 

Elizabeth '.1! 

Geort^e 77 

Henry 77 

Mary Abbie 77 

Samuel Clark 77 

Samuel, Jr 7«j 

PATTEE. 

(Mr.) 54 

PAYSON. 

John F 224 

PEA BODY. 

Charlotte '•" 

Clarissa 95 

PEACH. 

Ellen 25,s 

John 25S 

Sarah 239 

William 230 



iNi)i:\. 



467 



PEAKS. 

Israel H2o 

rhilippu .TJi. 

FIOARCI'J (or PIERCK). 

Aiviii :;:!;' 

Samuel 2:!:i 

Schuylir 1!'!'-' 

PEARSON. 

Anii.'i 2*1 

Kmily SI 

SiniHOTi 2o0 

Susan i:»T 

PiOARSUNS. 

l.yUla C'-^ 

T'EC'K. 

Austin 2:jS 

Eliz 1 23S 

Ml man 2.^s 

Hiram A ■»<*• 

Jason 2:'S 

Lucian 2;t.S 

LaiUier 2:'.S 

Otis a;!>! 

Zcbitha 2::s 

PE('KKAM. 

1839 Martha >^>^ 

I'EIUN. 

Pru Jencp 2.17 

PV^RKINS. 

lS4i> Mary 2X-^ 

1771 Molly 21:". 

179.^ Sarah llaydrn (Mrs.) 2ls 

PFCURIN. 

1S6S Eilwarcl Everett 127 

isr.2 Haltie F 127 

1S.3:J Thomas Evcittt 12, 

PIORRV. 

("alvin r.riKli:'in 2S4 

1SII5 Deborah 2'1:' 

■lames ^1^' 

James (Capl.) 34:i 

Himan (Rev.) 37:! 

Joseph 21s 

Keziah '■'-"• 

1774 lauinda ■'l-' 

Newton :!9'. 

Paul :f^: 

Priseilla -l^^. !■' 

S.(ri-h 't-' 

1S71 \Vall(<r Oau<- 2S1 

1S71 Willi.im Kisher 2SI 

PETERS. 

Adam ■'^'< 

PE'PIORSON. 

ISHl Allreda H.-illstrom 4no 

l^(!r. Helena Mabel Hallstrom 4ori 

Knute Alfred -H''' 

lS5i Knut-e Duncan 400 

1857 Mary Elizabeth Kcm|)er 400 



ISC'; 
1S71 

isr,;; 



l.MX 
ISSl 
1851 



ISIi. 

1S14 
1S17 
1^24 
1S12 
1.S21 
1N2P 

1S27 
is:;t; 
is:;3 



IS:! I 

l.SUi 
ls.;o 

ISdt 

IS:;l' 



>taude Evangeline 4o»J 

Miriam Grace Ulrdseye 400 

PEVEAR. 

Fred Stetson 85 

Henry A 8.7 

Sarah Ellen Sf. 

PHILLIPS. 
Wendell 377 

PHIPPS. 

Cii-thcrlne 175 

(icneial -i 

PICKARD. 

David 28 

lOmnia 83 

PICKETT. 

Almira 82 

IIER. 

CaroliiK- 39S 

Caroliine H 398 

Charles M 398 

Clarence 398 

Martha 39.S 

Norman 39s 

Rufus 39X 

Itufus W 39H 

Willi.im Stanwoixl 398 

PIERCE. 

Abigail 74 

Addison 71 

Amos 7j 

Asa "(4 

I-eu.iamin 73. 74 

Retsey 7j 

Caleb 320 

Dexter 75 

Ellen 7.- 

Kmily 75 

H.iyward (Capl.) 338 

Hayward. Esti 331 

Henry Elmer 77 

Jona.s 74 

Jonas, Jr 74 

Joseph Bailey 77 

Joseph (Capt.) 77 

Odelia F 74 

PIKE. 

(Mr.) 2.52 

TMKl.SHPRV. 

Abi.Kall 197 

Dl.ina 244 

Joshua 200 

Mary 2.3G 

Parker 377 

Sarah 200 

PIPER. 

Jes.sio E L'S8 

PITTY. 
Elizabeth 303 



468 



INDEX. 



185C 
168!) 

1S27 
1848 
182H 
18:jS 



1S48 
1683 
1840 



insi 

184.1 
ie82 

IfiSfi 
1S40 

18.;9 

18.11 



1639 



PLATTS. 
Abel 4 

PLUMER. 
Ablfrail 1G3 

PLUMMER. 
Mary lo 

POFFER. 
John Cheney 375 

POLAND. 
Ida 88 

POLLARD. 
William Jasper 12." 

POOL. 

E. Everett isi 

Martha jr, 

POOR. 

Alfred t. .'! 

Almon 270, 27.1 

Bertha Eyda 271 

Eleanor 162 

Elijah 2ir» 

Elijah Ballpy 2ir, 

Ellen Maria 270, 273 

El'/.lnva Sophia 21;') 

Harriet Nye 2.1.') 

Jesse 21.") 

Jesse V, 23;'), 270 

Jesse Almon 271 

Jessie V, 270 

Judith 102 

Levi Bailey 271 

M.ary Jane 270 

(Mr.) 333 

Phebe Hedges 21^, 

Phebe Hedges 23."), 270 

Rebecca 1(>1 

Rebecca 1G2 

Rhoda Morrill 270 

Ruth 108 

Samuel ](i2 

Samuel Chase 210 

Samuel, Jr IGl 

8arah b)2 

Sarah Maria 21,'i 

Susan 270 

Susan Bailey 271 

WilllajTi R 21.'') 

PORTER. 

Joseph W. (Hon.) 171 

Joshua 228 

Richard Ill, 312 

Ruth Ill 

POST. 
(Mr.) 2.17 

POTE. 
Thomas 172 

POTTER. 
Andrew 237 



ISIO 
1827 



1820 
1787 
181.-) 
1^20 



Benjamin 27 

Henry P 46 

POTTS. 
George W 410 

POWER. 

George 3!t(! 

1S.'')2 Harriet :!!(U 

John H. (I>i-.) inc 

POWERS. 

Ezra 37 

Martha 240 

Moody (Ueji.) 20ti 

Peter (Rev.) 240. 242 

SI oiili on 240 

PRATT. 

Almira 4<> 

( 'harles 40 

Loborah Asjor (Widow) ..IV, I'JO 

Deborah (Widow) IV, 19ii 

lOli.is II 40t; 

ICmory 40 

I'izra 40 

KziH 40 

H.iiinah 40 

Hannah Rogers (VViilow) 311 

Henry (Rev.) 401 

H. W no 

John 175. 10(1 

John A .W, 211 

John, Jr lihi 

John W 2SS 

Arthur E 28x 

Josiah 17.-. 

Josiali R 40 

Marcia Ann 40 

Maria 4u 

Mary 4ti 

Maiy 4(1 

Sar.ih Bailry Kmi 

Solomon 40 

Solomon 41) 

PKIOIU.IO. 
A n n n S 27!< 

PRENTICIO. 
John IK, 

PRENTISS, 
laicy 41)0 

PRE SCOTT. 

A lonzo 27'i 

Joseph 240 

Mary 24u 

l^RES-SY. 
(Mr.) 21 

PREST. 
1S.'')4 Harriet llti 

PRICE. 
Mary M 376 



1861 

1821 
1808 
1812 
1813 
]82n 

1818 
1.822 



INDEX. 



PRIEST. 

Charles A 2s.' 

IXr.S FJIisabeth A 282 

1865 Georg-e H 2fi•^ 

PRINCE. 

Milla 74 

PRINDLE. 

Hinim 202 

Joseph Bailey 2(i2 

PRITCHARD. 

Lucy 210 

PROCTOR. 

Charity 172 

PROSSER. 

1?;;6 Arabclle VS-i 

PROTSMAN. 

Wesley Soo 

PUFFER. 
Stci)hen (Rev.) uin 

PUIvSIFER. 
Richard 27 

PUTNAM. 

Kirtsy 2<>ii 

David ;!2 

lOxperlenco ins 

John (Caj.l.) HIO 

(Mr.) :!2 

Piiacnlla ItiO 

Rebecca Prince MD 

QUINT. 
Abljio A. M IK) 

RAND.VLT.. 
1730 Rulh 'XVi 

R.\NSING. 
Alfred lOdsrar 2:i:; 

RANSOM. 

J. W 151 

1W7 I.eo Bailey 152 

RAYIUTRiNT. 

IS.^.'-- Arabell.i Sinclair 2:il 

1S,")(I Mary Hailcy 2!tl 

1859 I'erry Champliii 2m 

Thomas 291 

RKKD. 

.\iinic P 2.51 

Clara 211 

•Tohn ;ni 

John r.l.'i 

Katrina .".(1.5 

(Miss) 2JI 

Ruth 342 

Thomas 2::i 

William H :J07 

RKID. 
Sarah J 2!>(1 



1S(.IS 



I7KI 



isj:; 



1S55 

]s.5:» 

1S7(J 
1S52 
l,S(i5 

1S.5S 

is(i:5 



1.S52 

]S5!i 

ISIS 

isu 

is:;:; 
1S2S 

1817 



469 

RENFREW. 

.luhn 67 

Oscar A. 67 

RICE. 

Lewis 66 

Martha 3:J0 

Mary 70 

RICHARD. 
Nathaniel, Jr 191 

RICHARDS. 

Abraham L 63 

James 191 

John o23 

RICHARDSON. 

Alice L lis 

A n II a 175 

John 2:J1 

Martha 27 

(Mr.) ;129 

Peter 321* 

RIDER. 

R.irzilla 40:j 

Hannah E 40,! 

Hannah M 403 

RILEY. 
A\illiam s:, 

lUPLEV. 
("yrus W 3S1 

RITTER. 

lianici 4 

Daniel IGit 

RORIUNS. 

Aljbic E 77 

Lemuel 35.1 

Susan 22s 

ROBERTS. 

Alice Anil 136 

Andrew Jackson ]3() 

Chuence Verdine 136 

Dora Matilda 1:56 

Fra ncis Eugene 136 

Herbert Samuel i:!() 

Mary 1:;6 

Nellie Adelaide l;!6 

Sarah Currier i:'.6 

Ziba 13u, 237 

ROBIE. 

•Odgar H 3SS 

John A 3S7 

Jolin A :!S.S 

Walter E 38S 

ROBINSON. 

-Mcxander 36'> 

Fmily C 55 

1 larriei 367 

J.imes 367 

John 355 

John Q 366 



470 

1.S22 
1S30 

IS20 



INDEX. 



1777 

17S(' 
1777 
17St 
1780 
177S 



1S12 
1741 



.36.? 

.:!r-.r> 

.111 17 

:.'A\ 



T.ijcinda 

Martha 

Miiith.i 

Mary 

Oliver 

IVitlorson 

Kiis.iii 

Tli'imas 

Tlumias 

ROCIOR. 

Anna 1'';' 

Matiiias ^^'^ 

Folly 1!*'' 

I"'riuk'nc(< '•'•' 

Silas 1>''' 

Silas, Jr IV. !;''» 

Al>is;iil KariTHT ■" 

Hailcv ^-' 

2(;(i 

2t;>'. 



ITU 



Caroline I>. 
IszcUifl 



1712 



llaiiiiah B. 

James 

James 

Jane 

Jef 



.2Hi, 

.:Ur 
.:;2i 
. II 

.:?17 



. •11 
.217 I 



M.rv -'" 

-- - (Miss) '" 

Wilson C -"■"■ 

KOLA NO. 

Siis.m •''"■ 2'-' , 

ROM'\ I 

Mary "• | 

J^OLMNS. 

i;ii|.h.ilil 

lOliza 

uoss. 

Caidline I' ~'>^ j 

John " ; 

I. s ilia 2'. I 

Taylor ■^"' ' 

ROUNDS. ' 

Daniel -'«' | 

ROVVK. 
I..ivinia T 1"^ 

ROWIOLL. 

(Mr.) 1'>'1 

i:i'<;(!. 
Charles i!^' 

RlCliMOS. I 

Alilhear Smith 212 

Kleth.ur ■■ii--i 

lOlis.ibcLh ltif> 

Samuel (Ca|«l.> "..') , 

Thomas -^^ ] 

Anuii 36G | 



17SI 



177'.i 



im:i 



1.S12 



its:' 



17^1 

l.sll 
17X7 



RTTSSRDL. 
C.Tlvin 2?, 

HoiUs (He\ .) on 

IIVDIOK. 

Charles K '•>-^ 

l<;(1w,ir<l F loS 

Harris U V-'X 

Natalie i:?^ 

Nathaniel J. D 1:^ 

SAKl'"ORD. 

AliiK.iil 3:< 

Dani.'l '■'.^, 

Hannah llov< y 31! 

Mary 70 

SAC. 10. 

< din *'•> 

SAMrSi >N. 

lOmily Kran( es VI. m.: 

lOmiiy l-'raneis VI, 1(12 

lOzr.i W 102 

sani;()i;n. 

Hannah JC ^^'' 

Jolm S 19'.» 

Mary 291 

Mary ■''^'* 

Matthew r 2:t 

William '-J2S 

SA RC. 10 NT. 

Ahiniil 1S>! 

Kilty ^I'» 

Moses 2:!1 

(ihinilo (Dea.) IV, l.-is 

Oilamlo ( Dea.) IV. 1S< 

SAUNDIOKS. 
S.iUy 'IS 

SA wvioi;. 

Al)iu,iil 20:> 

Amos ■!'' 

Anna '■''> 

Ai.n.i 20;t 

Asa, Ks(| 3t"i 

Benj.Tmin ^17-1 

('harles Ailri.ui 4*' 

Charles R.iiley 40 

( 'ha lie.; S 7n 

ICdward :! 

lOliaUim -iO 

lOli.iiUui ■«! 

lOstlxT 201) 

C.arthene (or C,ni,iri>l» 2:!l 

Ceori;- M '^'^ 

.lohn 20:t 

.Ion. IS .'IK) 

.loseiih 2.IS 

Juililh -'00 

Lney -71 

hney .Ann :iO 

Mary 20't 

Mary IJiit Lertuld (Mrs.) .IS 



Mary P 2ri 

Mathla.s 1' isi 

Moses IS.; 

Sumu^ W.ird [V.< 

Sai-.ih (Widow) ItJO 

SAXTON. 

Hannah Dennison I<i6 

Joseph (Cf.pt.) Ititj 

Mercy IGi'! 

SCHEISZ. 
Charles ■'.% 

SCHOLAK. 
William 1-V> 

SCOI'FIN. 
(Mr.) 102 

SCOTT. 

Charle.s J Zl.! 

171S Elizabeth I» 

lOlmer 209 

1721 Hannah 9 

1728 Infant 10 

1724 Jane 10 

John 3!<2 

Maria Antoinette ;'.S!t 

Marion 363 

1S14 Mary Ann 302 

Nancy Patlersion .392 

PoRene A lO'i 

1710 lluth 9 

Sainiul r., :i 

1726 'Samuel ID 

1721 Susanna 10 

Zelotas 201 

SCRH^NEK. 

ISOO A Ida Fern Hil 

1S!K) Haby IIH 

1SS7 Glady Hr-ne HH 

1SS7 (Solely Rene M'i 

1S.t1 Horriek Cienieiit llii 

1SS4 James Robert 1 Iti 

(Mr.) 2:;7 

SEA MANS. 



R. Addie ;!:i2 

SEAVERNS. 
Helen M 390 

(Miss) 2!) 

SEEEEY. 

Horace 110 

SEREl'TA. 

Abbie 271 

SERGEANT. 

Chiistopher (Rev.) 33S 

P.illy 3:!S 

SIIAJXON. 

i"larl< 227 

SHA'rTl'CK. 
AluKail 110 



iNnF,\. 4/1 

is:;i Charles WaUer HO 

JS:;t l-Jdward 91 

1S29 Ceorj;!-. Otis 9i) 

179.". Jiiswph '.Mj 

1.S27 Joseph 90 

is;;4 laicy 1 rown 91 

SHAVER. 
(Mi.'^s) 112 

SHAW. 

Ausiin Bradford 290 

Eliza Ann I'DO 

O. E 21H) 

Oliver B 290 

Priscilla S 301 

SHEDD. 

Pavid 211 

Jeptha 52, 215 

Joel 211 

Shiibael 52, 215 

SKEPARD. 

Jose",>h ];tj 

Joseph 229 

(Mr.) ;;4i 

SHIPMAN. 

Charle.; F :;nj 

Frederick 31)1 

ISi2 Joshua Seih X92 

1S3.'". J ulia M 392 

is:;(j Mary Sibyl ?M 

SHORT. 
ISdli Ann Sawyer 24J 

RarU'S 214 

IMl Daniel Railey 244 

1S31 Elisabeth Allen 24} 

Hel.-n M 2.V; 

1770 Is.iac 2lf 

isi.'i Is.i ic Abner 2U 

l.sl^ Judith Jam- 241 

JSIS Mary 211 

Mollle Bailey 214 

l>i2l S.r.nuel Kimball 244 

1^27 Susanna Sawyer 244 

SHUMWAY. 
1.S25 Dell Louisa 103 

SHURTEEFF. 

lOiioeh 101 

Hannah Boyce 101 

Martha 101 

SHUTE. 

SarnU'^l o« 

SIMMONDS. 

17!m; Abitr-til V, 253 

David V. 253 

SIMONDS. 

179ii Abi.;;ail V, 253 

David V, 2-53 

SIMONS. 
Nathaniel IV, 50, 213 



472 



INDEX. 






IKOT 



1711 J 



isr* 



SINCLAIR. 

Arnheila VI, 3'.i:j 

ArabPlle Vi, Zm, 301. :«i:. 

David B ■V-<2 

SITTON. 

Emily •"'3. -'■' 

William J !»•'! 

SlZlOll. 
Alltcrl n 

I.Uirc.'iH Ann -''3 

SKILLINCS. 

S;imilfl '"I 

SKINNKU. 

Harris '•! 

Jji.mcs (('apt.) :<T'' 

,I<'inima ■•11'' 

.losiali '•f' 

Sally Sumner 375 

SI.AIKJJITIOJI. 

Kra Ill-OS Banks y-'-t 

Maria '■^'"'I 

Samn"l (Col.) :i'i2 

Sr.UCUMP.. 

Silas :W.") 

Willi itn •'^47 

SliOPEH. 

Byron 391 

SMAIJ.. 

Mary A 2r.l 

SMAllT. 
Eliiih.iloL ■■'3i'' 

SMi'rii. 

Carrie :'-"' 

Carroll -I'l 

David C sr, 

KHz 1 I"- 

F.V'-lyn -H.i 

Wro.loii.jk W^ 

Cieor^'i 17:; 

Harriot Mllza U''.: 

Ilarritvl K I:i<' 

.ram-s 'y> 

.1.1 nr W 7'i 

.7. Boardmaiii '•' 

.Ifminri 1' 

.John (Dc.i.) V 

Josiah 20 

.Jnli L Aii;;nMa -!'• 

Mary H 

Mohitaiblo 1 : 

(Mr.) 100 

(Mi-.) 1711 

Murray lOi' 

Ransom Iv n> 

Rawson 102 

Samnol l'> 

Susan M 2M 



SNELI.. 
Caleb 343 

SNIDEK. 

ISKt Almir.i Myrtle U« 

IS'il Marry C I lH 

SOCK.MAN. 

Kli-.5al).nh A .391 

.lohn 394 

lle'.e. ca A 39! 

SOl'TMKKN. 

Kdw.ird Lowell 1'-9 

Low. -11 HJverell rj.» 

SPAirM)lN<;. 

Daniel 2\J. 

David 2rj 

Kdwai-d 21:; 

l';iisi belli 212 

Kllza 3r,9 

Devi 212 

Dydia 21.! 

Mary 212 

Oliver 2n 

Bhlnea.s 2IJ 

Phineis 21i 

Rhoda 212 

Richard (Dca.) 7.'! 

Sarah 3)'J 

Si'lM,KU. 

Anna IS 

.lonalhan S^-i 

Louisa K S'i 

Mary Kli/alielti Sti 

Susan .luli.T ^7 

William Thwiias Si; 

SriNDlOI.. 
Naihaniel (Rev.) 373 

ariNNj';v. 

Warron .1 279 

S1'(H'M''(»KI). 

Abr.ahani 212 

SrHA(;i:iO. 

Kllen 3;.9 

nann.ih L. Walers :;:.!" 

Id I is:; 

Jairus :!:i9 

.lesse V'l. ;!s:; 

.Tessio VI, 3S:! 

Nan-jy Bali-s 3S ; 

isris Sarah 401 

SI'HlNt'. 

<Dr.) isi 

Samuel "1 

Sophia 71 

SQl'lEHS. 

Sarah ill 

STACKHOl'SK. 

1S.W Mary K VI, 2.s9 

1859 Sarah E VI. 289 



1X72 
IS9.'') 

17S> 
179.^ 
17S1 
1774 

1791 
17S.! 
177S 
17xrt 

177 i 
1793 

1780 



i7;ii; 

1S24 
isr^e 

I8:!S 
IS20 



IN' HEX. 



STACY. 

Hannah U 

'STANDISFL 
Miles (Capt.) 327 

STANDLiEY. 

Jaob, Jr [V, IS") 

STANLEY. 
Benjamin M 212 

STANWOOD. 

Martha 370 

William (Col.) ...370 

STAPLES. 

— (Mr.) 172 

Perkin.s ^2 

STAPLETON. 

Sara !i 3U4 

STARK. 
Jonn (Col.) 3.'!.! 

STEADLEY. 

Jacob, Jr IV. IS.". 

STEARNS. 

F. N M-' 

Jamfis "10 

Mandana 240 

Mary A 44 

'STEEL. 
Cirric E 144 

STEENROD. 
Luci-i 36:t 

STEPHENS. 

Elizabeth 32S 

Samuel 32S 

STEKLlNt!. 
Ci oorge 322 

STETSON. 

I,M.-y E ■■'>■<{ 

Nahinu :'.5j 

Saraii 107 

Thoni.i.s 3;>l 

STEV1':.\. 

(MiK!<) 217 

Abigail 218 

Betsy 21S 

Danied .33 

Elizabeth 13 

Ellen 218 

ftannah 222 

Jeff eir.son 21S 

John B 21R 

John A'' .39 

1820 Lucrotia 2^1 

Lucy Ann 100 

(MiKs) 1S4 

(Mr.) 244 

Otho 2(i7, 21S 

Sarah 21S 

Simeon (Col.) 201 



1^4('. 



1S4V 



1804 



ISL'I 
ISIS 



IS'.'S 
ISIl 

182.-; 
Isk; 
1S38 

1S07 



isir. 



473 

Simon 218 

T.ibitha 218 

William P 7J 

STJOWAKT. 

I'harkiS 39 

( li'oryo oil 

John 7 

Mary lo2 

fMr.) 38 

Samuel ;!'.) 

STICKNEY. 

Abby Osborne 123 

!\la!y S 

(Mr.) :!1 

Tlioma.'^ S 

STIMPSON. 
Na'ic\- 210 

STILES. 

C.ene vif've 204 

STINTHART. 
.Mice A 283 

STOCKBRIDGE. 
William 334 

STODDARD. 
Edith E 409 

STONE. 

Jane 219, 220 

Maria 250 

Piiiiieas 210 

STORY. 

l'"il Inure I2.i 

(Mis.s) 40 

STOWELL. 

Edward 381 

Helen M 381 

I-u-y E 381 

STKATTON. 

Ch.irles 73 

t;ioi<a 73 

( ;eor.i,'e 348 

l.sa :ie 73 

l.s.uie Uailey 73 

Jonathan W 73 

l.ueind.i 73, 74 

Mary Elizabfth 73 

Sus in H. Shcpard 401 

STFiAW. 
Alniira 2.5.'> 

STRICKLAND. 

Phabe 300 

STRONG. 

Elisalieth 2G3 

Eunice 219 

Ex-Governor 37 

Jane 23? 

Jerusha 264 

John 219 

Lauritta 263 



474 



INDKX. 



I'oUn- \i 1!''! 

Shiib.icl ^«:; 

Alice M^ 

STUAK T. 
John ^ 

suMNi':u. 

ISOfi Catherine AbiKaii -iiO 

Frederick Augusius ^-n 

1S0;J Frederic Auguslu.s 220 

l:S()4 GeDrjre Wliealun ^'.^'i 

SWAIN. 

John VV ^1" 

SVV'KE'J'SKll. 



Jilki F. 



?.sr, 



Kunice ^'_ 

Maria li "•^■' 

ISol Mary 1^^ 

Phebe 5:1 

SWKTT. 
lianiiali 'i'^--' 

Edwin Carllou ■•<»^ 

:!>!7S Mabel b'loreneu VI. :!tr^ 

1S78 Mabelle Florwic VI, -.-M 

SYLVJ-JSTIJlt. 

1S7C Amy BaiU-y IT 

John 10 11' 

1S74 Jolui Pertival HI 

Robert 3:i7 

SyMONDS. 

Nathaniel IV, r,(i, 2r, 

TACEH. 

Anna ^77 

John 377 

TAFT. 
Mury Ihi 

TAy. 

Ealhor 19'"' 

TAYIvOU. 

Amos Samont ^. 75 

Edwa rd 38 

Gi^orge Myron 9S 

TEEL. 
Oarolinc B •^Or. 

TJONNEV. 

Daniel 1 

Daniel 'i 

David >^'; 

1<;10 Eveline S.; 

Hannali laltl-: K'. 

Jolvti I'l 

Jon^ithan JUl 

TEKKIJ.L. 
1K7S FniK-y 1m': 

i«;7r) Blaiiclie i:!t; 



]ssi) Mabel Clair V.'A 

IvO'bcrt Voi'i 

T 11. \x'n';u. 

Samuel (Capi.i I'.'U 

TUAYI'.K. 

177'.) IJitty oa"( 

Jeronii;! h ^27 

Josiah l-'l 

Tabitiiy I-eavil u-i" 

TlKtMAS. 

Eliza SJ 

John I!»l 

Joiin (Col.) '•'>'■">'■'' 

Julia A ;M 

Eaura E ii'tl' 

Uu'th ::7!' 

TIlOMI'SdN. 
Charles () 2Si7 

IN.',:: J';iii;enia 2S7 

Fredoi'ic Coriiinu 107 

ISiiT Certrudc J-'anily i:!". 

H.'Ion M i:"' 

James l-'l 

I>a(;y C '■''■•'• 

Mary Jiloiiu'li V''^ 

Samuo! l'')iiiui.s M". 

TiKjKNE. 

Elsie J 2m; 

TIlOKI'l':. 

Eewis 7(1 

TIirtAL. 

Polly W- 

TIlUKEoW. 

Martha 2:' 

TICE. 

ISo!) Martha M 1-- 

Phebe 2i)." 

Sally 2U-. 

'I'ICKNCU. 

John 1'!"^ 

'J'll-'FT. 
Soidironia 7fl 

TIED EN. 

Abigail 'M 

17il7 Abicrail "II 

Abi^'ciii iJaieh :;ui. :;ii 

(Jliloe 2:^7 

Clii-lstoplier :!!<! 

CbrlsloTiiK 1 •'iH 

11711 Dei)or:ili '.'A" 

Ceorjie "iv 

Jane Lim-oliii Ml 

llVli I .ydia "l'' 

'riiumas; 'IID. 'Ill 

Thomas ^H 

TlLEdTSoN. 
Thomas 21.' 



INDEX. 



475 



TTI.TON. 

IJCn Ahisail R 401 

Abr.-i ham "'2 

179S Anna ITomer .ITJ 

Dnniel 101 

F.llon Thusn PoUoy VT. Hn 

KUon Tliiiza Pnllr-y W. KM 

fTnnn ih Homor "'-^ 

TINKHAM. 

(Mr.) vr. njj 

(Mrs.) Vt, ?.-2: 

TIRRET.. 

r.ti.>v ir -iw 

TISDRTJ.. 
T^aiirn (K. 

TITCOMB. 

P.iMiiah Ifif. 

liY'lin Poor It'.M 

(Mr.) 1T:i 

B.'ir.i 1i;i; 

TODD. 

C.ilo.4 20 

1701 Charlr^s ^(\ 

Charles H 'i 

17KS Eli7.ab'^th 2'i 

17.SS If mnah 2<i 

17.SI llrMiry Raii.'V 20 

J. 5?rott (O.ipl.) 20 

Mosf^,^ 20 

Nolson 20 

Prisrill.i 20 

17W S<i<n n 20 

TOI.MAN. 

Pofspy CiiPhinp: Rniloy 1 ;T 

OooicT''' v. 1::7 

'POMPS. 
Zobo.lii : .17': 

TOPPAN. 

Ahn-r T^I 

1711 AbrMh.im T^l 

Anna 1^1 

1740 Anin isi 

T'Mw.nrrl ISO, isj 

17."l T'^iUviU'l 1-^1 

Mr,^ Knoch IXI 

Joshua IS] 

17(58 .Tudlth 1S1 

17.")0 Mary 1-^1 

17.'.1 PatbMioo 1SI 

Sirah ISI, 1S2 

S.I rah Ra-l.>y IS2 

17r,fi Sl.'ph.^n LSI 

TORRKY. 

Jpromiah V. 221 

Josiah V. 221 

TOWRR. 
l.nvi ''ST 



TO\VNSF,'Nn. 
M.iry A .".;■ 

TRACY. 

1S72 CharlP.<5 Aklon 122 

1S7.'. F.llon Nancy 122 

ISOS lOinily Norri.« 12." 

1S70 lOvvMyn Amies: 12. 

I'-r.C Franklin Bli.-.s 122 

l^si Sar.ih Kliza 12J 

Sarah Maria 2i;4 

lS:r, Stophon AMrn 12i.' 

IS77 William P.ailcy 122 

TRUIJ.. 

1740 Kliz.abeth ol 

1771 Sally .V! 

S'lsnnnah IS'- 

TRUSSFFJ,. 
TTannnli Matilda 2i'.i' 

T[TCKRR. 

Charlotte M 22(« 

Doroa.s IV. 172 

ITnnnnh 2 is 

Ja mr>s 24'^ 

Marilla 24r; 

Ma ry 24t: 

N.-inoy .Tano 24i; 

William 24-. 

TURNER. 

1741 Abiu-ail ?,."1-. 

1.s.^2 Caroline Ausn.«la 4i»."r 

Charle.s A 40.' 

Ellzaiberh F)mer.«on 40 

l.'^IO Kii.iora ?.^o 

r'.zpkiel ?.:".i'. 

riumphroy "'t|i 

IS.'.S M.uy FisbPr vr, 

N.vthaniel 22' 

Ruih Randall ::::(. 

is.^.", Sarah .Toanette 1"-. 

Willii.rn Henry liC 

TUTIIH-L. 
M.iry Harris :!ii' 

TWrCI[FT-U 

l.*^|i! Andro-w 7.' 

iS.'U Ch.'irlrs C.irtor 7t'. 

1.^27 Conr^^e llciiiy 7i: 

IS24 .Tohn Minot 7.'. 

1SI0 r,orpn.i .Trwoll 7." 

TWTTCITFr,T,. 

ISIS Caroline 7(i 

r; I Msh o ni 7.'"< 

isi.") Maiia Wilsr.n 7ii 

Samuel. .Tr 70 

Timothy 7i. 

TWYCRO.SS. 

Ma r th.a 4,' 

Mary 1' 

Sarah 4.' 



476 



INDEX. 



1849 



I8n2 



1S47 
1847 

1798 



Steplipn 4^' 

Rionhen 45 

Thoni;us 4j 

TYl.IOU. 

Austin 5' 

i;urko ^21 

Jacob (Capt.) _^3<J 

John 34ri 

MoriOS 9 

UNDERWOOD. 
Silas ^ 

ITPHAM. 

P^lionczor P 398 

VARNUM (or VARNAM). 
Judith IS 

VERRY. 

J033[)h •l^ 

VIALT.. 

Jolin ^«'-' 

Jolin 1! 3S0 

VIIOTS. 
("h.u-lotto M l*!- 

VINAL. 

Anna (VViflow) p' 

Dftfora.h ^'''-^ 

I'Ui-za Doxlrr :^<iO 

(icor;;o J?:ulfy ^'""1 

Idsrichur ^-0 

Job Foster ^•'■'l 

Kato ''^ 

] iydia Fo.'^l t r -'*' 

Mari.i VVeslon '■'('•0 

Na.lhaiii(?l 'M^ 

Nathaiiitl Wintlu-op :WiJ 

rht!bo Bait It; It 'KO 

Prise-ilia •'!*^''' 

Sarah J 3W 

VINCENT. 

B. B 3;ts 

Vincsnt. Bailey & Co ullS 

VOORHEES. 

Katherine F VI, 2Sri 

VORITOES. 
KathcTine F VI, 2S9 

WADE, 

Ell»n 301 

Hannah 3(11 

Lydia Foster •'*>*) 

WADLEIGH. 

Anna 2(7 

John 247 

John V.ui lUii-.n 247 

Mary 247 

\VAi>sv\'oH'nr. 

F. G. F. (Eleiit.) 4112 

Fr.mres I Tarlo w 102 

Jeiaish.a 22G 



WATTT. 

Darius 211 

WAKEl^lEl.D. 

18S5 Cleo IS! 

1849 Frank B 15*' 

1887 Frank B 1^1 

1894 Georg-ia 151 

VV A LCOTT. 

Jonathan 1'''^ 

WALKER. 

1862 Alom/o Morrison 14-j 

Betay l'>} 

IS'tO Edna Wyoming 14ii 

Eunice '' 

188G Glidys Orrllla 145 

Hannah ^ 

1888 Eorenzo M 1*5 

Mary l'**^' 

(Mr.) C4 

Trypheiia 59 

WAIiEACE. 

Charles Clark (Rev.) 27K 

Gr.icf^ Bailey 27S 

WAEEINGI'OIID. 

Benjamin 51 

WAETC)N. 

. (Mr.) 394 

Susan '^'> 

W/VNDIOK. 

Oscar 2'4 

WARD. 

IXJS Adelaide 300 

Ch irles ""^ 

Cliarlotte IV. W, 21". 

Eliza!)eth "■'■' 

Elizabeth 31 1 

1698 ElU:abi«i h 3h; 

Emily 1"' 

G. A. (Dr.) 364 

Henry 31(i 

170') lUnry 31i) 

Joanna '"" 

Lnther 300 

1705 Lyilia 316 

1700 Mary 310 

Mary .Annette 393 

(Mr.) IW 

1702 Rac"hel 316 

1697 Remember 316 

Ruth 312 

1694-.''. Ruth 316 

Simon 2..2 

WARREN. 

Asahel W. 215 

AiiKuslns .\ 42 

Jo^I 201 

Joel Sni 

Joshua 1) ■** 

Rebecca 234 



INDEX. 



477 



WASHBURN. 

(BroihvTs) 3Sr.. riSfi 

Cassandr.i Vernon 'i^i 

Christhina 3^1 

1866 Delia HH 

Horatio 3si 

James iW 

Martin F 408 

Se-th :?S4 

WASHINGTON. 
George (Gen.) VX'., V.-'. 

WATERMAN. 

Chnrlotle C ^■.4 

John 3r.r, 

W.iltr-r E 401- 

WATERS. 

rornf-liu.^ (Rov.) lH 

Gi^or^c Washington 114 

182") John AuBUsHi.'; IH 

18jJ Orson IJailey IH 

Sybil Ganlliner IH 

WATKINS. 

E. V. (M. D.) :W0 

Lucia A 3(tU 

WATSON. 

Ell /.abet h B 4" 

M iry J 4t 

WATTS. 
Thornn '^ ■'J'j 

WEBR. 

(Mr.) »>*^ 

Scott Andprson :W-t 

WEBBER. 

Ben.i.iniln 45 

Itenjaniin 4.") 

T.aviiila 45 

Baniel.a 1^' 

^VEBSTER. 

lOln.mor Haniblett I'i'l 

Ellen Ha'nbltstt lliK 

Janios 222 

Jorusha i;'2 

Joanna Smith l!t2 

John 133 

Jonathan 222 

P.-lotl.ih 1^2 

Sally 222 

■Sally 22:! 

Steplmti 222 

Stt'i^tiiMi (("ai|)t.) 222 

William Bailey 223 

WEEKS. 

Alvin Manslicld 13') 

Arthur Bailey 129 

Clara. E 12H 

(ieorKe W 12^ 

Grace Ellen 129 

18G7 Hannah E W 



1S41 

i7y; 



i79n 



isn 

1X02 
1810 

1S72 
lSt,2 

isr.2 
isr,(; 



1S65 Herv«^y C 1S*» 

IS2« John V2.> 

isr>" John Fr.Tiiklin 12?} 

ISW Ma;->,' Ellen 12M 

Sally 24 

Sti^phen 24ii 

WELSH. 

Adelaide 39*? 

Albion 3% 

Elizabeth 39''. 

OoDrtrt^ Baih'y 396 

J essie 3% 

John 39t. 

IS25 John (Rev.) 3% 

Ma.ry L. 396 

Wllbnr 39'i 

WENT WORTH. 

Rioh.ird 1T2 

WEST. 

Abl.ifail I9'> 

Haarlem 10 301 

1897 M ir.^iierlte Ktbneen 304 

Nicholas J. (E:^^.) 30t 

WESTON. 

Gftorse K 267 

Sally Otis 381 

WTIEIOLER. 

Oora 1 134 

Emily J 2.S7 

Harrb\t 237 

Joslih 319 

AVHEEEOGK. 

1769 Betsey 41 

1S06 Eliza "8 

R.'beoc 1 23 

WHlTCOMi'.E. 

1S3S S.ir:ih E 2S:i 

WHITE. 
Ann l!'3 

1709 Benjamin 316 

1716 B-.'iij i:nin 316 

1714 Daniel 316 

1719 David 316 

1710 Elizabeth 324.326 

lOllKabelh Waid ".14. 324, :;26 

1827 l''annie M;irie 44 

Gowin 314. 324, :;2;i 

Hann.ili 2o4 

1724 Hannaa 316 

1710 John 3b; 

.losi^^lih 3113 

17(»('. Jose.ph 316 

Jnsiin F 119 

IIU Mary 32.-> 

1721 Mary 316 

18.S1 M;i.:y Ann 127 

Natiianl.-I (Dr.) 190 

Peregrine 276 

R«becca Simmons 324. 32ii 



478 



INDEX. 



1793 



1083 
16SS 

1CS5 
1601 

1702 



Sarah 314 

1712 Sarah 316 

1721 Sarah 310 

Sarah L,ovHl IV, 190 

Sarah LowpH IV. IW 

Tamar 1!I0 

Timothy, Jr 324, P>2r. 

WMITEHOUSE. 
Wnila.m Si; 

WHITING. 

.John 'ill 

(Mr.) TX, 

WHITMAN. 

Ann.T, Wa.^hlmrn 337 

.Jacob, Jr 22^ 

J.itnos 2.'! 

Jano 227, 

Lucy ^'i'x; 

WHITMARSH. 

Christian 312 

Ebcnezer 315 

I'^benezeV 3ir« 

I''heine7,or 31'. 

Mary I'.ir. 

Richanl 3ir> 

Ruth 3ir, 

Thoma.s 3ir. 

WHITMASir. 
John. Jr 311 

WHITMORR. 

Hannah L'l 

WHITNRY. 

Abipail n 

Arethusa A 251 

Charles L^owcll 294 

T^Ilz.'bbeth .371 

Frederick Bailoy 3.S7 

Henrietta Olive 3S7 

John B 3ST 

Lavinia 110 

Louise 274 

Lydla 250 

Kuh.ama 52 

Sarah 37:: 

Sarah P. 373 

wrcoM. 

Thom.ls (, 

WTOHT. 
(Mr.) 51 

wri.cox. 

ISIS Phll.in.la V. 271 

IXIS l'hil;in.ler V. 271 

\\ H.i)i':u. 

Festn.s ;;^ 

.JaincM (f.-ol.) :!s 

.Joseph 351 

I. aura 213 

8i>j)h iii ."".S 



I,«(50 
lsa5 



ISOO 



WILEY. 

HenTy C X 

Lorenzo 5i> 

WfLKINS. 

I.saac 219 

WH.LARD. 
(Mr.) 3.: 

WILLI A MS. 

(Dr.) 3:!4 

John (Cart.) 311, 3U 

Joseph 24t 

William.=! i<t Wrijjht 30^ 

WILLIS. 

Cln.T'issn 19'* 

J !!•:• 

Mn i-y M 2s5 

WTLT-S. 
1S54 Joseph 12m 

■W'H.LSON. 
Helen ltt». 

\S-1T..'^()N. 

Cornelin 7'i 

1S12 .loiiu 09 

.lolm (Kev.) 7t. 

jAicy J 'i:: 

Mark 411 

WrNCIH^STKR. 

(Mi.«.'!) .32 

WING. 
Tsa 33.; 

WINGRT. 

Jo.'?siea Eliza 121 

William I.'l 

WIN'N. 

]S3(; Adeline 2>f9 

Edward 3s 

WINTIIROI", 
Gov-'rnor \:'.\ 

WliSR. 
Ahbie S 11'J 

WOLFKAMMi:rt. 

Fredeiriek W 12.s 

1S9S M;iry I'illa 12S 

Wfion. 

Alfred 3.;,' 

CharloUe I\'. 5(i. 2\: 

lOSl Hannah S 

Jo, in 3'.K 

ISif, .Iiilin M:nl:i UN 

I'olly 35ii 

S irali Ann 2!''i 

Sarah W.lls 301 

WOOLARIX 

Bertha A MO 

Rinma J 14o 

(Jeorge II 140 

Mary .T 140 



INDKX. 



479 



niohard 14t> 

Sarah lO'J 

WOODBUltY. 

JJotsey B 78 

Caleb 2G5 

Kdwiiia Ayres 270 

]''rajiicls Bailey 115 

Francis M 114 

1S65 Fioderick Aiislin IIC 

Ileiiiy S 2l'J 

Humphrey 7 

Johai C :-:2 

liyilia M 201 

Royal ]j 2,sG 

Wllford (or William) H 220 

WOODS. 

Fanny u72 

John 205 

WOODWARD. 
I'hobe 200 

WOODWFLL,. 

II iLlio A 2So 

WOODWORTII. 
J;ini.« i;t:i 

W001>C0T. 
Luke 1!»2 



17fi!i 



177;) 
I7.S2 



1S2:> 
ISll 

is?r< 
is;:i 

JS20 
is:i7 
1S22 

ih;;2 

I7as 



WOKCKSTER. 

Dorothy 216 

Mury 13 

VVORDEN. 

Martha 361 

WORKS. 

Marion L 282 

WORTH FN. 

licnjaniin Js:i 

Charles 1S9 

Daniel IS'J 

WRIGHT. 

Alma A 272 

c:. B 3118 

Charles Winchester 257 

Fdward Bailey 2.57 

George Washington 257 

H:uinah Loui.se 257 

Harriot Basson 257 

.lohii IClnahan 257 

M.iry Ann 257 

Sidney J. Warren 257 

Winchester lOlnahan 257 

Wright, C. B. & Co 3ys 

YOUNG. 

George W 39 

Lucy 2(>'> 

Solomon r.'2 




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