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Agnes Mary Allison1,2,3

Female
b. 14 June 1884, d. 30 January 1919


Family Walter A. Bayless b. 26 April 1887, d. 15 January 1927
Marriage* 1908  Mahoning Co., OH, Principal=Walter A. Bayless2 
Children  1. Paul A. Bayless b. 16 Jul 1909, d. 19 Nov 1998
  2. Ellen Bayless b. c 1911, d. 5 Jan 1927
  3. Infant Bayless b. 30 Jan 1919, d. 30 Jan 1919

Birth* 14 June 1884  Lawrence Co., PA2,3 
Married Name 1908  Bayless2 
Marriage* 1908  Mahoning Co., OH, Principal=Walter A. Bayless2 
Census* 1910  1910 Federal Census, Ohio, Mahoning County, Smith Township, ED: 93, Series: T624, Roll: 1213, Page: 153B, April 28
Sheet 10B
(enumerated with husband, Walter A Bayless)
77, 194, 206, Bayless, Agnes M, Wife, F, W, 25, M1, 1, 1, 1, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, , , English, None, , , , , Yes, Yes, , , , , , , ,2 
Death Cert 30 January 1919  Mahoning Co., OH, BAYLES, MARY A
County Name: MAHONING
Date of Death: 1/30/1919
Volume Number: 2875
Certificate Number: 51961 
Death* 30 January 1919  Smith Twp., Mahoning Co., OH1 
News/Obit* 31 January 1919  Obituary,

Mrs. Ages Bayless, wife of Walter E Bayless, residing two and a half miles northeast of Alliance died Thursday afternoon from influenza, pneumonia contributing, following illness of little more than a week.


Mrs. Bayless was 34 years of age, born in Lawrence county, Pa., near New Castle, June 14, 1884, she being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alpheus Ellison. Until her marriage ten years ago she had ever lived about New Castle, but since marriage the home has been in Smith township. Mr. (sic) Bayless from girlhood had been a member of the United Presbyterian church, since the marriage being identified with the church in Alliance. She was a most estimable woman, devoted to every duty it was hers to do and her death ring deepest of regret, and sadness, not alone to the home where she was best known for her kindly christian ministrations and virtues, but to church and community as well.


Beside the husband, two children survive, Paul aged 9 years and Ellen aged 7. The parents are also living, together with three sisters and one brother; Miss Edna Ellison, a teacher in the New Castle schools, Miss Rena Ellison at the parental home in New Castle, Mrs. Mabel Hutchison, Denver, Colo., and Clarence Ellison, now at ??, a soldier just home from the service.


Funeral service will be conducted Saturday afternoon at one o'clock from the home and will be private. Rev. Dr. McMurray, pastor of the United Presbyterian church to have charge, interment to be made in the Hartzell cemetery at North Benton. Opportunity will be given all at the cemetery to view the remains.




Appeared in The Alliance Review, (Alliance OH), 31 Jan 1919


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Citations
  1. [S64] Ohio Death Certificate Index.
  2. [S73] 1910 U.S. Federal Census , 1910 U.S. Federal Census.
  3. [S442] Alliance Review.


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