Bailey Family in Wisconsin
A Homestead in Wisconsin
[Charles N. Bailey (1) - earliest known BAILEY ancestor]
Charles Bailey was originally from New Jersey, as were his first four sons. It is not known if he had any daughters, but likely he did. He then removed to Allen county, Ohio by 1819.
1. Husband: Charles Bailey
Given Name: Charles N.
Birth: Abt 1767 in ,,New Jersey
Wife: Martha A.
Married: Abt 1800 in ,,New Jersey
1.1 - David Charles Bailey - b: Abt 1800 in , , New Jersey
1.2 - Johnathan Bailey - b: 1 June, 1808 in , , New Jersey
1.3 - John J. BAILEY - b: 1810 in , , New Jersey *
1.4 - William Bailey - b: 5 March, 1817 in , , New Jersey
1.5 - Brazier (Brasier) C. Bailey - b: 6 September, 1819 in , Allen, Ohio
1.3 - John J. BAILEY - my gg-grandfather
Four of the Children of John J. BAILEY
Children of John J & Rhoda OSBORN - BAILEY:
1. Charles Wesley Bailey , b. 7 Nov., 1836, Allen county, OH. / mar. Amanda L.
2. Burzelia Johnathan Bailey - b. Mar 1839, Allen county, OH. / mar. Sarah E. COEN
3. Millicent Bailey - b. 21 April, 1841, Indiana / mar. Jonathan Coen
4. Lydia Jane Bailey - b. 26 Mar, 1843, Indiana /
mar. # 1. Mr. Humphrey, of Wisconsin / mar # 2. I. L. Tackitt, of Texas
5. John Jacob Bailey - b.
WISCONSIN BAILEYS & STORIES
The Wisconsin Bear Hunting Story - as told by Benjamin Floyd Billings in 1969
Obituary: John J. Bailey
MENOMONEE, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1879
We are called on this week to an-
nounce the death of one of our pioneer
settlers, John Bailey, generally known as
"Uncle John." He came here in 1862
and settled on a farm. Much of his time
has been spent among nature's scenes,
climbing the tall bluffs and threading the
solitudes of our big forests in search of
the elk and the deer. He was thought by
all who knew him to be a tough, rugged
man, good for a long lease of life yet, but
his iron constitution was obliged to suc-
cumb to the heart disease which brought
him to his final resting place after a pro-
tracted illness. He died Feb. 10th, and
was buried next day. Deceased was 68
years old at the time of his death. He
leaves a wife and a large family of grown
up sons and daughters.
From the RECORDS of Robert L. Bailey
Name: Brazier (Brasier) C. Bailey
Given Name: Brazier (Brasier) C.
Birth: 6 SEP 1819 in , Allen, Ohio
Death: 10 JUN 1886 in Spring Valley, Pierce, Wisconsin
Burial: Spring Lake, Pierce, Wisconsin (Oak Ridge Cemetery)
Change Date: 30 OCT 2000 at 00:00:00
Father: Charles N. Bailey b: Abt 1767 in ,,New Jersey
Mother: Martha A.
Marriage 1 Lucy Lawrence b: 18 NOV 1824 in ,,Ohio
Married: 30 AUG 1845 in Allen, Ohio
Charles W. Bailey b: 1846
Laura Bailey b: 1857 in Spring Valley, , Wisconsin
Isaiah Bailey b: 21 OCT 1849 in ,Allen County, Ohio
Other Baileys working on this
Ancestors of Kaneitha Boyd: Sixth Generation
Kaneitha has old photos of Jonathan COEN & Millicent BAILEY and old photos showing their lives in Dunn county, Wisconsin in those pioneer days.
Millie was the daughter of John Jacob BAILEY Sr. & a sister to David Bailey, my Great-Grandfather.
Much more to be added!
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