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Bailey family

Overview
Works: 28 works in 35 publications in 1 language and 73 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Pictorial works  Personal narratives  Genealogy  Personal narratives‡vConfederate  Poetry  Personal narratives‡vAmerican 
Roles: Author
Classifications: CS71, 929.2
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Most widely held works by Bailey family
Bailey genealogy. James John, and Thomas, and their descendants by Hollis R Bailey( Book )

1 edition published in 1899 in English and held by 45 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bailey genealogy account of James Bailey of Yorkshire, England and Rowley, Mass. and some of his descendants, 1612-1962 by Oscar Elwyn Bailey( Book )

1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Letters from Jacob Whiteman Bailey (1811-57) to his mother, brother, and others written from West Point Military Academy( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters from army posts in Virginia, with references to Robert Edward Lee, Jefferson Davis, and others. Letter to William Whiteman Bailey from James W. Green and a poem dedicated to William Whitman Bailey from Sarah Helen Whitman, 1876. William Barton Rogers to President McCosh, 6 June 1874 recommending William Whitman Bailey
Bailey-Moore family papers by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Maps, broadside, pamphlets, speeches, clippings, and reports, primarily relating to Benjamin Mooers, and records relating to Plattsburgh Academy, 1811-1840
Putsy Silas Bailey papers by Putsy Silas Bailey( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal documents included are a 1923 report card from Presbyterian College; pedigree registration certificates, 1930-1931, with the American Kennel Club for P.S. Bailey's Boston Terrier, and undated pedigree chart for his dog, Bailey's Alice; farm accounts, Jan. 1939-Apr. 1940, for labor, mules, fertilizer, lumber, etc.; and elector registration certificates, 1931, for Laurens County, S.C
Bailey family papers by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily letters of the Bailey family of Montgomery and Robertson counties and Nashville, Tennessee, describing social life in these areas. Also included are genealogical charts for various branches of the family, including the names Bailey, Boyd, Bryant, Clarke, Donoho, Gardner, Marr, Murphy, Read, Ritchie, Small, Stewart, White, Whitfield, and Williamson. Six letters, a funeral notice, and a photograph pertain to Col. James Edmund Bailey, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, CSA, and U.S. Senator from Montgomery County, Tennessee. His letters principally deal with conditions at Fort Donelson, Tennessee, 1861-1862; one letter, 1878, deals with the silver question
Bailey-Moore family business and legal papers by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds, contracts, agreements, receipts, tax records, bonds, and travel accounts of Benjamin Mooers, 1772-1859; special subjects include Vermont and New Hampshire lands, the Great Northern Turnpike, and Sacketts Harbor Railroad. Accounts, receipts, memoranda, contracts, agreements, and certificates of Moses Hazen, 1783-1820. Accounts, receipts, memoranda, contracts, agreements, and other items of Nathaniel Platt, 1785-1820; of Amasa C. Moore, 1823-1858; and of Pliny Moore, 1787-1830. Also includes accounts and receipts of the business firms of Bailey & Mooers, 1801-1823; and of Platt & Mooers, 1793-1815
Bailey family letters by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Typed transcripts of letters sent by brothers Alfred, Isaiah, Jr., and Oscar Bailey of Boston and Cambridge, Mass., 1842-66. Includes letters sent by Alfred to his father Isaiah, Sr. while traveling in the ship Columbia to San Francisco, and subsequent life as a gold prospector, 1842-53; letters sent by Isaiah, Jr. to Alfred describing life and work in Cambridge, 1856; and letters written by Oscar while serving with the 1st Regiment, Mass. Infantry in Virginia and on the U.S.S Cumberland during the Civil War, 1861-63. Also includes a letter written by Isaiah, Sr. requesting information from the Navy regarding Oscar's death, 1866
by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Receipts, memoranda, letters, and other business papers of William Bailey chiefly concerning land in the Old Military Tract, 1801-1824; receipts, statements, memoranda, and other business papers of James Bailey concerning land and taxes, 1801-1832; and business papers of Theodorus Bailey of New York City concerning his land holdings in northern New York and the estate of General Bailey, 1809-1836
Bailey family genealogical notes : Sussex and Greensville Counties, Virginia by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerns the Bailey family of Greensville, Surry, and Sussex Counties, Virginia. Includes abstracts of census records, marriage bonds, ministers' returns, and wills. Other allied families mentioned include: Watkins
Papers of the Withrow family by Withrow family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The papers consist chiefly of letters to Waynesboro merchant William Withrow, Jr., and Mary Anne Jones Withrow from children, relatives, acquaintances and fellow members of the Waynesboro Presbyterian Church. Of special interest are the letters of Evelyn Withrow Houston and Matthew Hale Houston, Presbyterian missionaries to Hangchow, China, 1871-1882. There are also letters concerning the Presbyterian Mission Board in Baltimore, and letters from missionaries in China and Korea. Letters from children Louise Jane and Charles Howard Withrow discuss their work as teachers particularly Charles's positions as superintendent of the Danville, Ky., classical and military academy and principal of the Academy of Richmond County, Augusta, Ga. Other topics include an 1889 European trip, the Keeley Institute, Ashland, Va., W.H. Ruffner, genealogy, World War I and the development of the McCormick reaper. In addition the collection contains a copy of the will of Elvira A. Brooks and a printed defense of John W. Pratt's position concerning the Centre College of Kentucky
Bailey family photograph collection by Bailey family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Portraits; and photograph (copy photo) of the Elmer and Caroline Bailey family in front of their 1894 homestead, The Pinery, in Independence Township, Michigan
Papers by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of William Bailey include correspondence, 1841-1862, about wheat and tobacco and the partnership of William Bailey and Company; accounts, 1824-1862, concerning mill operations and taxes; and legal records including his will, 1862, and deeds for land and slave property in Halifax County. Papers of Phebe Howson (Clark) Bailey include correspondence, 1844-1881, concerning corn and tobacco accounts and the Confederate States Army of Northern Virginia; and accounts, 1856-1881, some with the Exchange Hotel and Ballard House in Richmond, Va
Bailey-Moore family papers by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, military records, business and legal papers, and miscellaneous materials concerning Benjamin Mooers (1758-1838), early settler and citizen of Plattsburgh, his uncle General Moses Hazen (1733-1803), commander of the Canadian Regiment during the Revolutionary War, Mooers' three wives Hannah Platt, Elizabeth Addoms, and Mary Bailey and their respective families, and Mooers' children and their families
Bailey-Moore family correspondence by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

General correspondence, 1783-1923, consists largely of letters directed to Benjamin Mooers, from family, friends, and business associates, concerning his professional relationship with his uncle General Moses Hazen, the Canadian refugees in northern New York after the American Revolution, business matters, family, and personal affairs; correspondents include William Bailey, Charlotte Hazen, Moses Hazen, the Hughes family, Charles S. Mooers, John W. Mooers, Pliny Moore, the Platt family, Peter Sailly, John Taylor, and Moses White. Political correspondence, 1798-1844, primarily directed to Benjamin Mooers, includes letters from Reuben H. Walworth, Azariah C. Flagg, Peter Sailly, James Kent, Daniel D. Tompkins, and Martin Van Buren. Correspondence of Amasa C. Moore, 1814-1860, includes letters concerning business and political matters and family letters
Thomas Pearce Bailey papers by Thomas Pearce Bailey( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Many undated items, including a pictorial postcard identified as "Old Wadsworth House; My Home," addressed to Miss Claudia Dorothea Bailey, at the YMCA in Brookhaven, Massachusetts; an undated rememberance [ca. 1891], titled "Death of R[alph] I[zard] Middleton, Esqr."; poetry and verse, one of which includes handwritten sheet music, and some of which laments the loss of his brother to illness
Bailey family photograph collection by Bailey family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bailey-Deyo family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

These papers are largely organized according to the successive generations of the ancestors of Helen Guiles Deyo. The first series of papers relate to the activities and experiences of Samuel Baily (1760-1820) and his son, Samuel Bailey (1800-1890), both of whom resided Geenfield, New York. These papers include personal correspondence with family members; accounts and other financial records related to various business and real estate ventures; official records of government posts they held in the Town of greenfield, particularly the office of justice of peace. The second series consists chiefly of the personal papers of the Weirman and Guiles families, which date from the late nineteenth through mid-twentieth centuries. This series consists chiefly of personal correspondence, genealogical research materials, and an assortment of photographs and other family mementos Some items of special interest include a pair of original sketches by cartoonist Hilda Terry inscribed to Emma Guiles and her daughter Helen Jean, and several letters of Leland Guiles in regards to his military service in the American Expeditionary forces during the First World War
Bailey-Moore family military records by Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Military records primarily involving Major General Benjamin Mooers, commander of state troops guarding the Northeast frontier during the War of 1812. Includes correspondence and orders, 1779-1868, pertaining to the Revolutionary War, Canadian refugees, and the War of 1812; correspondents include Moses Hazen, Benjamin Mooers, Pliny Moore, Daniel D. Tompkins, and Solomon Van Rensselaer; military papers, 1778-1844, including provision returns, loan office and final settlement certificates, accounts and receipts, inspection returns, and claims records; of note are militia exemptions for Quakers, 1801-1816, and records concerning Indians in the War of 1812, 1812-1813
Bellamy and Bailey family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Genealogical data for scattered dates on the Bellamy and Bailey families of Florida and North Carolina, including sketches of Gen. William Bellamy (1790-1867), and Abram Bellamy (1799 or 1800-1839)
 
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