- -Hello Paula,
Thanks for the information about Baley/Bailey. I am still looking
for William Bailey (born 1827/29) so I'll have to take a look at the
-- In genpcfr@y..., "Paula Baker" <paulabaker69@h...> wrote:
> This weekend I was looking at Beaufort County GenWeb site. In oneof the
> censuses that is online I saw Bailey spelled Baley. Saw a Williamand a
> Mary in the list of children. William was 17 or 19 or so. Sorry Ididn't
> pay more attention. I know some of you were looking at Baleys.Thought I'd
> pass this spelling along.there) and
> From: "William Kittrell" <wbk99@e...>
> Reply-To: genpcfr@y...
> To: genpcfr@y..., genpcfr@y...
> Subject: Re: [genpcfr] William Mills, Sr. b. 1778 & Winnifred
> Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 0:35:12 -0500
> I just surveyed the Moore-Smith cemetery (Robert Smith is buried
> also the Samuel Mills cemetery which is about 300 yards from it.According
> to my notes William Mills and Winifred Smith (possibly daughter ofCharles
> Smith and Mary _____, had a son named Simon who married NancyWilliams.
> They had a Samuel Mills (the cemetery I surveyed) and also LezinaCherry
> Julia Mills who m. Robert Smith. Their daughter Mary Smith m.Louis Henry
> Mills. Louis and Mary are my wife's grandparents. I will have to goand
> check my notes but Nancy Williams m. to Simon Mills I believe ismentioned
> in the will of Samuel Williams b. ca 1785. Samuel's wife was DiceyHarris.
> The two grave sites were listed in Jeannette Cox St. Amand booksbut I have
> been checking and re-surveying the sites.married a
> > [Original Message]
> > From: <feonadorf@a...>
> > To: <genpcfr@y...>
> > Date: 2/14/01 9:23:57 AM
> > Subject: Re: [genpcfr] William Mills, Sr. b. 1778 & Winnifred
> > Sue,
> > Happy Valentine's Day.
> > That no problem, I am always happy to share.
> > What Smith info have you found?
> > I know that William son Simon Mills, had a daughter Julie who
> > Robert Smith, son of James Smith. I will bet you almost anythingthat
> theyintermarry a lot.
> > were related some way. The Mills and Williams seemed to
> > Your Cousin,
> > Lisa
> > Surnames: Pitt County; Williams, Mills, Cherry, McGowan
> > Sermons, Willoughby, Foreman, Harris, Smith, Tyson, Tucker,
> > Slaughter, Ewell, English, Sugg. Columbus County; Williamson,
> > Hathaway,Faulk.
> --- William Kittrell
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- Hello Paula,
Could your William have been born in Martin Co., N.C.? Also do you know the names of his parents?
Without documentation, I'm just a "name collector", not a "family historian".
- Hello Marilyn,
William Elias Bailey was born in 1827/29? and died in 1897. I don't
know his parents. His wife was Mary Frances Purvis. They were
married in 1850 in Pitt Co. It is poassible that they were in Martin
Co in 1850. I have been unable to locate them anywhere in the 1850
or 1860 censuses. Would really appreciate any help. Thanks.
CARSON, JAMES, BAILEY, BEVERLEY
--- In genpcfr@y..., "Robert L. Capps" <robertlcapps@h...> wrote:
> Hello Paula,
> Could your William have been born in Martin Co., N.C.? Also do you
know the names of his parents?
> Without documentation, I'm just a "name collector", not a "family
> RESEARCHING: BEACH/BIGGS/CLARK/PAGE/PERRY/WYNN
There was a William Bailey, son of Richard Bailey and Sally Anne Franks of
Beaufort Co. I don't have this William's birth date, but his father was born
Abt 1829 and his mother 5 Jul 1839; obviously not old enough to be the
William you are searching. Richard Bailey, b. Abt 1829 was the son of
Richard Bailey, b. Abt 1785, Bath, NC, d. Abt 1850 and Elizabeth Unknown, b.
Abt 1800. He had three sisters; Amanda, Adaline, Alvaney, but not any
brothers I know of. Sally Anne Franks was the daughter of William Franks, d.
Aft 5 Oct 1844 and Betsy Ann Dail. This William Bailey was probably named
for his grandfather, William Franks.
Sammy Anson Pierce
Hobe Sound, FL