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Bailey, John W.

Posted by ceddleman 
Bailey, John W.
March 07, 2007 08:59PM
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 2nd ed., 1885,
Butler Co.

JOHN W. BAILEY, Butler County, was born May 4, 1811, in Granville County,
N.C., where he grew to manhood, and in 1842, removed to Butler County, Ky.,
where he has since resided. His father Israel Bailey, a native of
Granville County, died in 1853, at the age of eight-five years. He was the
son of Jeremiah Bailey of North Carolina, who died in 1811. Israel married
Mary, daughter of Ned Harris, of Granville County (died about 1857, aged
sixty-six years). Their children are Samuel, Israel, Allen, Anderson,
Matilda (Davis), Solomon, John W., Mahala (Dilon), Joseph, Priscilla
(Bailey) and Henderson. September 8, 1829, J. W. Bailey married Lucy,
daughter of John and Tabitha (Harris) Snead, of Wake County, N.C. (born
February 4, 1809, died March 13, 1835). To them were born Sarah A. T.
(Bailey), Henry A. (deceased), Mary S., Elizabeth A., Doc. Samuel J.,
Israel, Perlina, and Emily C. (Barclay). Mr. Bailey is a farmer, and has
277 acres of land in a good state of cultivation. He is a Missionary
Baptist, and in politics affiliates with the Democratic party.
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