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277. Elizabeth6 Wallingford (David5, Jonathan4, Nicholas3, Nicholas2, Nicholas1) was born in Monson, New Hampshire 14 September 1768.(1802)

She married Aaron Bailey, 17 May 1785, in Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.(1803) At the time of their marriage Elizabeth and Aaron were both "of Hollis".

Aaron was born 28 June 1765, in Monson, New Hampshire.(1804) Aaron was the son of Daniel Bailey and Rebekah Farnsworth.

His father gave him fifty acres of land on which he built a house. He also kept a West India goods store there. This business ended up a failure after his creditors foreclosed on the property. The family later moved to northern New York. The places of birth of his children aren't given but presumably took place in the Hollis, N.H. area.(1805)

In the 1790 census of Hollis Aaron Bailey is living with two females and one male under 16, which would indicate that they had two children, a boy and a girl, by this point.(1806) Ten years later the family is much larger, with four boys and two girls, still living in Hollis.(1807) In both cases there appears to be one girl born before 1790, which is additional evidence for the existence of the daughter Susannah, despite her omission from Spaulding's "An Account of Some of the Early Settlers of West Dunstable, Monson, and Hollis, N.H."

Elizabeth Wallingford and Aaron Bailey had the following children:

child 371 i. Elizabeth7 Bailey was born 19 August 1785. She died the same day.(1808)

child 372 ii. Angeline Bailey was born 18 July 1786. She died the same day.(1809)

child 373 iii. Susannah Bailey was born in 1787.(1810) She married A.K. Hubbard, in 1806.(1811) She was not listed as a child of Aaron and Elizabeth in Spaulding's "An Account of Some of the Early Settlers of West Dunstable, Monson, and Hollis, N.H.", and her inclusion here comes from a less than reliable source. But the 1790 and 1800 censuses showed one daughter born before 1790 in the family, so she may very well belong here.

child 374 iv. Andrew Bailey was born in Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire 28 April 1788.(1812) Andrew died 14 March 1852, in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana.(1813) He married Lucinda Burlingame, 1 January 1813.(1814) Lucinda was born about 1792. Bounty land papers give her age in 1858 as 66. Her parentage is uncertain and offered by another researcher.(1815) Lucinda was the daughter of Clark Burlingame and Patience Soper. Andrew was in the shoe trade like his father, and lived in New York and Indiana. He was a drum major in the war of 1812 and was at the burning of Buffalo in December 1813. They had four girls and seven boys.(1816)

child 375 v. Aaron Bailey Jr. was born 7 June 1791.(1817) Aaron died 29 September 1800.(1818)

child 376 vi. David Bailey was born 15 May 1793.(1819) David died in 1868.(1820) He married Susan Dumbleton, in 1816.(1821)

child 377 vii. Elizabeth Bailey was born 30 June 1795.(1822) Elizabeth died in 1868.(1823) She married Erastus Bennett, in 1817.(1824)

child 378 viii. Freeman Bailey was born 11 September 1797.(1825) Freeman died in 1862.(1826) He married Maria Wells, in 1819.(1827)

child 379 ix. Joel Bailey was born 17 June 1800.(1828) He married Susan Niles, in 1824.(1829)

child 380 x. Roena Bailey was born 5 July 1803.(1830)

child 381 xi. Fanny Bailey was born in 1807.(1831) Fanny died 16 March 1884, in Attica, Wyoming County, New York.(1832) She married Hawley Smith, in 1824.(1833) The source including her as a member of the family of Aaron Bailey and Elizabeth Wallingford is an unreliable one. Another unreliable web source, the Rogness, Yerington, Wade, Sorensen, Overbeck, Osborn, and Fetters family genealogy at Rootsweb's Worldconnect (viewed 8 Dec 2002) has this Fanny, wife of Hawley Smith, as daughter of another Aaron Bailey and his wife Mary Winchester. She is included in this Wallingford genealogy just on the possibility that the second source is wrong.

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