William Augustus Parmalee Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

#97, b. between 1866 and 1868, d. 15 November 1906
Marriage Certificate, William Augustus Parmalee Bailey and Maggie Martin, 1887 (front)
Father*Charles Augustus Bailey13,8,1,14,15 b. May 1844, d. 4 Dec 1927
Mother*Ida J. Parmalee13,8,16,17,18,1 b. 24 Aug 1842, d. 2 Feb 1874
RelationshipGrandfather of Howard Louis Bailey
ChartsHoward Louis Bailey Family Tree
Last Edited21 May 2016
Name Variation William Augustus Parmalee Bailey was also known as William Parmalee Bailey.8,19 
Birth*He was born on 18 August, probably in 1867, at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York. His father gave the year 1867 when he submitted various Civil War pension papers. Although other documents give a range of 1865-1869 (see below), I believe this to be the correct year. His brothers' ages were repeatedly given in census enumerations placing them in 1865, 1869, and 1871, respectively. William's marriage certificate to Margaret Martin states that he was 21 on January 23rd, 1887, which would make his birth year 1865. In the 1870 census he was shown as age 2. In the 1875 census, he was shown as age 7, in 1880 he was 12. However, by the 1900 census William stated that he was born in August 1869 and was only 30 years old. His death certificate gives his age as 38, which would put his birth date in 1868. The 1892 census gives his a birth year of 1867. The 1905 census: 1870. CHarles Walter's birth record says William was 30, giving a date of 1870.1,2,3,4,5,6,8,20,14,21,22,19,12 
(with Parents) Census1870FedUSHe appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, Charles Augustus Bailey and Ida J. Parmalee.1 
ResidenceAfter the 1874 death of his mother, Ida Parmalee, William lived with his maternal grandparents, William L. and Rosetta Brower Parmalee. His brothers James and Nathaniel lived with their father, and his brother Louis with their uncle Walter Millard Bailey and his wife, Rosetta Cherry Bailey.2,13 
(Other) Census1875StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlboro, Ulster County, New York, in the household of William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower, his grandparents.2 
(Witness) Census1880FedUSHe appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower, his grandparents.3 
ResidenceHe lived on 23 January 1887 at 74 Horatio Street, New York City, New York County, New York.8 
Marriage*He married Margaret Martin, daughter of William Henry Martin and Elizabeth Ann Tucker, on 23 January 1887 at Church of St. John the Divine or Church of St. John the Evangelist, 46 W. 9th Street, New York City, New York County, New York.7,8,23,24,4,19 
Birth of SonHis son Howard Tucker Bailey was born on 10 May 1889 at 625 Union Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.7,25,26,4,27,28,29,30,31,32,19 
OccupationWilliam was a shipping clerk on 10 May 1889.7 
Residence*William and Margaret Martin lived on 10 May 1889 at 625 Union Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.13 
ResidenceHe and Margaret Martin lived on 10 February 1890 at 191 High Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Their son Howard Tucker was probably living with them.10 
(Witness) WillHe was named as a survivor in the probate of the will of Rosetta Brower on 10 February 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.10,33 
OccupationHe was a clerk on 16 February 1892.4 
Census1892StateSimUS*He and Margaret Martin appeared on the 1892 State Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, enumerated 16 February 1892. Their son Howard Tucker was listed as living with them.4 
Birth of SonHis son Clarence William Bailey was born on 1 January 1893 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.34,35,36,37,38,13,39,22,40 
Residence*He lived on 14 December 1893 at 142 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.10,41 
(Witness) ProbateHe was named as a grandson and possible heir in the probate of the estate of William L. Parmalee between 1893 and 1895 at Ulster County, New York.41 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, William Augustus Parmalee Bailey was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.42 
Association*He attended the convention of the Grand Lodge, International Order of Odd Fellows of the State of New York, on 21 August 1894 at Utica, Oneida County, New York.43 
(Widower) DeathHe became a widower when Margaret Martin died between 1893 and 1899 Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.27,44 
Marriage*He married Mary Boyle, daughter of Patrick Boyle and (?) Gallagher, on 13 August 1899 at St. Stephens Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.13,5,6,11,45 
Birth of SonHis son Charles Walter Bailey was born on 31 May 1900 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.5,46,47,48,49,50,13,51,12,52 
Occupation*He was a shipping clerk on 13 June 1900.5 
Census1900FedUS*He and Mary Boyle appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 396 12th Street, enumerated 13 June 1900. Their son Charles Walter was listed as living with them.5 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Alice Bailey was born circa 1902.6 
EmploymentHe was employed between 1905 and 1906 at Fulton Street Line, Brooklyn Heights Railroad, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
OccupationHe was a conductor on 1 June 1905.6 
Census1905StateComUS*He and Mary Boyle appeared on the 1905 State Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 568 Evergreen Avenue, enumerated 1 June 1905. Their children Charles Walter and Alice were listed as living with them His children Howard Tucker and Clarence William were listed as living with him. 
ResidenceHe lived in 1906 at 798 Logan Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.53,54 
Death*He died on 15 November 1906 at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, of alcoholic pneumonia (lobar). The death certificate was signed by Mortimer D. James, MD.13,54,53 
Burial*He was buried at Cemetery of the Evergreens, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
Notes* (1)There is some indication that Howard Tucker Bailey might have had a sister, and therefore William A.P. Bailey a daughter, named Laura. Howard's birth certificate shows him as the second of his mother's children, but Clarence was born after him. Laura might be the missing child. (2)Family history notes state that William worked for Leroy Shot and Lead Division of Remington Arms Company, leaving a year before he died. I have been unable to find a reference to such a division, or to any Remington division near enough to New York City for daily commuting. The Remington Company reports to me that Unfortunately, about 50 years ago some of those records were destroyed many of which included old personnel records. We regret that we cannot provide you with the information that you are seeking. We are not familiar with the Leroy Division.55,56 

Family 1

Margaret Martin b. 22 Sep 1867, d. bt 1893 - 1899
Children

Family 2

Mary Boyle b. 25 Mar 1877, d. 1 Mar 1964
Children

Citations

  1. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106.
  2. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee; first election district, dwelling 2609, family 294.
  3. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of W. S. Parmalee, dwelling 35, family 45, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, page 4D (printed page 470), roll T9-941, enumerated June 7th and 8th, 1880.
  4. [S789] Census of 1892 for New York, population schedule, Household of Willliam P. Bailey, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, ward 22, ED 6, page 6.
  5. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Bailey, 396 12th St., Brooklyn, New York, dwelling 89, family 174, ED 367, roll T623-1059, written page 8A, printed page 118, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  6. [S748] Census of 1905 for New York, population schedule, Household of William Baily [sic], 568 Evergreen Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Block B, Assembly District 20, ED25, page 12.
  7. [S17] Howard Tucker Bailey, Certificate of Birth #4248; original dated May 20, 1889; certified copy June, 1998.
  8. [S115] Certificate of Marriage for William Parmalee Bailey and Maggie Martin.
  9. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; [Pension #] 24687.
  10. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  11. [S510] NYC Brides/Grooms Records Index, online http://italiangen.org/, Kings County 1899 certificate #5447.
  12. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Charles Walter Bailey, 31 May 1900.
  13. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  14. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898, Certificate No. 24684.
  15. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; [Pension #] 24687.
  16. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; Pension # 24687.
  17. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898; Certificate No. 24684.
  18. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages, 12/18/1893.
  19. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Howard Tucker Bailey, 10 May 1889.
  20. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File.
  21. [S119] William Parmalee Bailey, Death Certificate #22141.
  22. [S790] New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936, with Images, online https://familysearch.org/, Entry for Clarence W. Bailey and Josephine Adams, Orange County #2422, 1911, vol. 1, image 258 (from county register).
  23. [S618] Email, Gerald Tobin to Margaret May Bailey, 19 September 1998.
  24. [S619] Email, Charles Sullivan to Margaret May Bailey, 19 September 1998.
  25. [S28] Howard Tucker Bailey, Death Certificate, issued 5 September 1950, Belleville, New Jersey Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  26. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  27. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, 1423-1435 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, supervisor's district 2, ED 801, ward 23, page 2B, roll T623-1062.
  28. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William McCoy, 8 Colonial Terrace, Belleville, Essex County, NJ, family 92, dwelling 125, supervisor's district 7, ED 149, 5th election district, page 6B-7A, roll T-624-822.
  29. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard T. Bailey, 24 Union Avenue, Belleville, Essex County, NJ, family 328, dwelling 215, supervisor's district 8, ED 3, ward 1, page 15B.
  30. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  31. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  32. [S481] WWI Draft Reg Cards, Entry for Howard Tucker Bailey, #112.
  33. [S354] Ulster County Testators, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ulster/wills/…, Volume Z (1889-1891), p. 431.
  34. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, 1423-1435 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, supervisor's district 2, ED 801 [ED 801 follows ED 414 on the reel], ward 23, page 2B, roll T623-1062.
  35. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 81 Jane Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York, dwelling #31, family #182, supervisor's district #1, ward 9, ED #173, page 8B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 21 April 1910.
  36. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 146 29th Street, North Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 441, family 769, ED 282, page 38A, roll T625-1049, enumerated 9 March 1920.
  37. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 111 Reis Avenue, Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, NJ, dwelling 73, family 79, ED 2-59, page 4A, roll 1312, enumerated 8 April 1930.
  38. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 111 Reis Avenue, Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, household 273, supervisor's district 9, ED 2-76, sheet 62B, roll T627-2306.
  39. [S330] Email, Arnold Bailey to Margaret May Bailey, 18 September 2000.
  40. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Clarence William Bailey, 1 Jan 1893.
  41. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.
  42. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  43. [S469] WAPB Misc. Records,, Red ribbon worn at convention of the Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F. of the State of New York, Utica, NY, 21 August 1894.
  44. [S792] Census of 1905 for New Jersey (transcription only), population schedule, Entry for Maggie Martin, Monmouth County, page 7.
  45. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James M. Downey, 381 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, household 144, family 367, ward 6, ED 64, sheet 14B, roll T524-956.
  46. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, 1453/1405 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, dwelling 75, family 117, supervisor's district 2, ED 614, ward 23, page 6A, roll T624-973, enumerated 19 April 1910.
  47. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Joseph E. Esposito, 376 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, supervisor's district 3, ED 453, AD 8, page 16A, roll T625-1156, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  48. [S749] Census of 1925 for New York, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 376 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, block 3, assembly district 8, ED 3, page 36.
  49. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Chas. W. Bailey, 210-24 113th Avenue, Queens, New York, dwelling 58a, family 59a, assembly district 4, ED 1257, page 3B, roll 1601, enumerated 4 April 1930.
  50. [S87] Social Security Death Index (United States).
  51. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles W. Bailey, 210-24 113th Ave., Queens, Queens County, New York, household 41, supervisor's district 45, ED 41-1002, sheet 2B, roll T627_2741.
  52. [S481] WWI Draft Reg Cards, Entry for Walter Michael Bailey.
  53. [S119] William Parmalee Bailey, Death Certificate #22141, State of New York Certificate and Record of Death of William Bailey. Certificate # 22141.
  54. [S109] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Howard Tucker Bailey, 15 November 1906.
  55. [S362] Howard Louis Bailey - Notes and Recollections of His Life.
  56. [S525] Email, Remington Arms Company to Margaret May Bailey, 5 June 2007.

Charles Augustus Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16

#98, b. May 1844, d. 4 December 1927
Charles Augustus Bailey's death certificate
Father*James W. Bailey7,17,16 b. 29 Oct 1823, d. 23 Aug 1892
Mother*Elizabeth Bloomer7,17,16 b. 22 May 1822, d. 23 Sep 1918
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Howard Louis Bailey
ChartsHoward Louis Bailey Family Tree
Last Edited20 May 2016
Name Variation Charles Augustus Bailey was also known as Augustus Bailey.3,5,17 
Birth*He was born on the 3rd or 23rd of May 1844 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.1,18,3,4,19,6,7,17,8,9,10,12,20,21,14,15,16 
Census1850FedUS*He appeared on the 1850 Federal Census in the household of Josiah Merrit at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 26 September 1850.1 
(with Parents) Census1855StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1855 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.22 
NoteCharles was enumerated twice in 1860, both enumerations taking place on 25 July 1860. In one he was shown with his parents, and in the other with Samuel Stillwell and family. The Stillwells were presumably related, at least by marriage, via Jennette Parmalee Stillwell, who was also listed with Samuel. Charles married Ida Parmalee in 1864. I have not yet researched the relationship. Charles was probably working for Samuel on his farm. 
(with Parents) Census1860FedUSHe appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.4 
(Witness) Census1860FedUSHe appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of Samuel Stillwell and Jennette May Parmelee.3 
OccupationHe was a farm laborer on 25 July 1860.4,23 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 24 October 1861.16 
Military*He served on the Union side during the Civil War. On 24th or 28th of October 1861, he began a planned three-year enlistment when he joined P.C. Regan's Company (Company A) of the 7th New York Independent Battery at Camp Van Wyck, Newburgh, Orange County, New York. On 31 May, 1862, at the Battle of Seven Pines at Fair Oaks, Virginia, he was shot in the neck while trying to extricate his cannon from mud while under fire. The bullet passed through his jaw, permanently removing part of the bone. Family recollection is that his brother Walter, with whom he was serving, found him wounded, picked him up and laid him in a brook so that the water flowed through the wound, thus saving his life. Surgeons were unable to replace the lower jaw, and Charles grew a beard at 18 years of age to hide the lack of a chin. Peg Bailey Blackburn noted that "all of us up through my generation have vivid memories of this great-grandfather and his little beard which was snowy white in our day. Parts of Charles' uniform, which Charles Louis Bailey had, are now in the museum at the battlefield of Fredericksburg, VA." Violet Bailey Todd recalled that Charles "had had his jaw bone shot off. He grew a long white beard to cover this. I do remember when I was quite small, sitting on his lap and twisting that beard this way and that." Charles was sent to White House Landing (Virginia) for medical care, and he was discharged 1 September 1862 from Fort Wood, Bedloes Island, New York. (Bedloes Island is where the Statue of Liberty was later built.) His invalid pension was back-dated to this date.

At some point before Lincoln's death, Charles was invited to the White House to meet him, a fact mentioned in Charles' obituary as having been a very proud moment for him.

Some sources give his date of discharge as 29 June 1862.24,25,26,27,28,29,30,20,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,15,16 
ResidenceHe lived on 27 October 1861 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.40 
Description*On 28 October 1861, Charles Augustus Bailey was described variously as 5' 7", with either light complexion, hazel eyes, and light hair or dark complexion, brown eyes and brown hair. His occupation was given as laborer and carpenter.31,41 
ResidenceHe lived between 1 September 1862 and October 1878 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York. However, note the discrepencies mentioned in the 1880 census, below.28,32,38,29,30 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 4 April 1863.28 
Marriage*He married Ida J. Parmalee, daughter of William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower, on 23 October 1864 at Newburgh, Orange County, New York.42,5,14,43,44 
Census1865StateSimUS*He and Ida J. Parmalee appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1865.5 
Birth of SonHis son Nathaniel Irving Bailey was born on 6 August 1865 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.44,45,17,46,47,48,49,50,51 
Birth of SonHis son William Augustus Parmalee Bailey was born between 1866 and 1868 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.44,52,53,54,55,56,11,57,46,58,59,60,61 
Birth of SonHis son James Edgar Bailey was born on 14 February 1869 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.44,7,17,62,46,63 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 1 June 1870.6 
Census1870FedUS*He and Ida J. Parmalee appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 15 July 1870. Their children Nathaniel Irving, James Edgar and William Augustus Parmalee were listed as living with them. Immediately prior to Charles and Ida's household in the enumeration was a dwelling owned by Mary Doughty Brower. The two families after Charles and Ida were those of William and Rosetta Brower Parmalee (Ida's parents), and of James W. and Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey (Charles' parents), whose household included Abigail Loveless, Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey's mother.44 
Birth of SonHis son Louis Smith Bailey was born on 16 September 1871 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.7,64,8,65,66,46,63,67,68,69,70 
(Widower) DeathHe became a widower when Ida J. Parmalee died on either the 2nd or 4th of February, 1874, at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.14,43,13,71 
(with Parents) Census1875StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer. His sons Nathaniel Irving, James Edgar, and Louis Smith were also living in the household. Son William Augustus Parmalee was living in town with Charles' in-laws, William L. and Rosetta Brower Parmalee.45 
ResidenceHe stated that he lived between October 1878 and November 1918 at New York City, New York County, New York. Note, however, that Charles was emumerated in Marlborough, Ulster County, in 1880. See information under the 1880 federal census regarding a possible double enumeration for him.41 
Occupation*He was an engineer on 7 June 1880.17 
(with Parents) Census1880FedUSHe appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer. His sons Nathaniel Irving and James Edgar were also living in the household. Son William Augustus Parmalee was living in town with Charles' in-laws, William L. and Rosetta Brower Parmalee, and son Louis Smith Bailey had been adopted by Walter Millard Bailey and Rosetta Cherry Bailey, Charles' brother and sister-in-law, in New York City. The 1880 enumeration for Walter included a Charles A. Bailey, age 26 (10 years younger than our Charles) who was an engineer, and I think this is a second enumeration for our Charles, since he may have been staying with Walter and Rosetta while working in New York City. On military pension paperwork he said he moved to New York City in 1878.17,64 
Marriage*He married second Frances Calista Wilson, daughter of (?) Wilson, on 24 February 1884 at New York City, New York County, New York. They had no children. This was Frances' first marriage. Stephen Merritt officiated. In New York City, Charles worked as an engineer at DeVoe-Reynolds, and then became chief engineer at The American Bible Society's Bible House at Astor Square, NYC, where he worked for 25 years before retiring. He seems to have retired about 1918, at the time he and Calista moved to Kingston, so he would have worked for Bible House from approximately 1893.46,63,72,37,9,8,10,73 
ResidenceHe and Frances Calista Wilson lived in 1890 at 74 Horatio Street, New York City, New York County, New York.74 
(Witness) NoteOn 19 March, 1896, Charles Augustus Bailey was a witness for the Civil War pension application of his brother Walter Millard Bailey, with whom he had served.75,76 
ResidenceHe and Frances Calista Wilson lived on 19 March 1896 at 74 Horatio Street, New York City, New York County, New York.75 
ResidenceHe and Frances Calista Wilson lived on 7 May 1898 at 325 West 13th Street, New York City, New York County, New York.46 
OccupationHe was an engineer, presumably at Bible House, on 13 June 1900.8 
Census1900FedUS*He and Frances Calista Wilson appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 35 Bank Street, enumerated 13 June 1900. Charles' son Louis Smith Bailey was listed as living with them, along with his wife Mary Georgia Smith and their children Laura Gertrude Bailey and Calista Mildred Bailey. Louis S. Bailey is described here as Charles' son, although he was apparently adopted by Walter Millard Bailey, Charles' brother.8 
Death of SonHis son William Augustus Parmalee Bailey died on 15 November 1906 at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.37,77,78 
Note*On 24 February 1909, Charles and Frances celebrated their 25th anniversary with an open house at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York, from 8-12 in the evening.79 
OccupationHe was a building engineer, presumably at Bible House, on 21 April 1910.9 
Census1910FedUS*He and Frances Calista Wilson appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 81 Jane Street, enumerated 21 April 1910. Charles' grandson Clarence William Bailey was shown as living with them. In 1911 and 1912 Charles' grandson Howard Tucker Bailey was also shown living with them at this address..9 
Residence*He and Frances Calista Wilson lived on 1 January 1911 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York. Charles' grandson Clarence William Bailey lived with them.59 
(Witness) MarriageHe and his wife Frances hosted the wedding of his grandson Clarence William Bailey to Josephine Adams on 1 January 1911 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York. Charles was shown as Clarence's guardian.80,81,82,37,83,84,59 
(Witness) MarriageHe and Frances (Calista) hosted the wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty on 8 May 1912 at their home at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94 
ResidenceHe and Frances Calista Wilson lived on 19 May 1914 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.95 
ResidenceHe and Frances Calista Wilson lived on 6 April 1915 at 2327 Walton Avenue, New York City, New York County, New York.63 
OccupationHe was an engineer, presumably at Bible House, in 1916.96 
ResidenceHe and Frances Calista Wilson lived in 1916 at 2327 Walton Avenue, New York City, New York County, New York.96 
Moved*In November 1918, Charles Augustus Bailey and Frances Calista Wilson moved to Kingston, Ulster County, New York. (Frances died there in December 1923, and Charles stayed until November, 1924.)41 
Note*On 15 January 1920, Charles was apparently retired.10 
Census1920FedUS*He and Frances Calista Wilson appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, at 39 Tietjen Avenue, enumerated 15 January 1920. They owned their home and had a mortgage.10 
ResidenceHe and Frances Calista Wilson lived on 5 December 1923 at 39 Tietjen Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York.73 
(Widower) DeathHe became a widower when Frances Calista Wilson died on 5 December 1923 at 39 Tietjen Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York.72,14,73 
Marriage*Sometime after 1 January 1924, Charles Augustus Bailey may have been married a third time to a Mrs. (?) Lynch. Peg Bailey Blackburn stated that this marriage did take place, and that Mrs. Lynch was the nurse who cared for Calista before she died. Peg remembered her as a sweet person, and Charles as a small guy with a long white beard. No mention of this wife was found on Charles' death certificate, nor is she buried with Charles, although she may have been buried with an earlier husband. In addition, when Charles died, his Civil War pension was cancelled and no surviving spouse was named. I have found no primary evidence of the marriage, and other family notes show that following Calista's death Charles went to reside with his son Louis Smith Bailey at Hastings-on-Hudson, living with him until he died in 1927.97,98,99 
(Witness) ResidenceBetween 24 November 1924 and 4 December 1927, Charles Augustus Bailey lived in the household of his son and daughter-in-law, Louis Smith Bailey and Mary Babbitt at Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.41,98,37,100,68 
Death*He died on 4 December 1927 at Louis Smith Bailey's home at 154 Edgars Lane, Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York, at age 83.101,99,98,14,15 
FuneralHis funeral was held at Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York, on 5 December 1927. The service was presided over by Rev. Earl Cleeland of Grace Episcopal Church and was probably held at Louis Smith Bailey's home, where Charles had died.15 
Burial*He was buried on 6 December 1927 at Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, alongside his first two wives, Ida J. Parmalee and Frances Calista Wilson. The committal service for soldiers was performed at his grave.34,99,15 
ObituaryHis obituary was published on 9 December 1927 in "The Hastings News", at Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York, and read as follows: Charles A. Bailey, Civil War veteran who had the honor of shaking hands with Abraham Lincoln, many years ago, died on Sunday at the home of his son, Louis S. Bailey, of 154 Edgar Lane, this village.

Mr. Bailey died in his eighty-fourth uear, after an illness of more than a year. He was buried in his native town of Marlborough, and the last services said over his grave was [sic] the committal service for soldiers.

On Monday night the Rev. Earl Cleeland of Grace Episcopal Church read services for the departed veteran, and on Tuesday he was taken home to Marlborough, N.Y., where he had been born. Only family gathered at the grave, for Mr. Bailey had outlived his generation of cronies.

Wounded in the battle of Fair Oaks, in the first year of the Civil War, the veteran bore the marks of the wound until his death. He had ridden the forward horse on a gun carriage in the artillery, and one of the proudest memories of his life was of being received at the White House to shake hands with the Great Emancipator.

In Kingston, where he was a member of the G.A.R., he held the record of being the last survivor of his town who had enlisted. Coming to Hastings two years ago with his son and son's family, his one regret was the absence of a G.A.R. post here.15
 
Notes* Notes from Howard Louis Bailey and Peg Bailey (Blackburn):
- Charles served with his father as a carpenter in Marlboro, and helped his father build a row of houses just below West Point.
- Peg Bailey's stated that Howard Louis Bailey had Charles' framed honorable discharge from the Civil War. I have been unable to locate this item in HLB's possessions.
- Peg Bailey: "One time when we were small (I was about 5 or 6), he was visiting us at 24 Union Ave., Belleville, NJ. Sister (Muriel) and I were playing on the sidewalk when some older boys came along and started to tease us. When Grandpa found out, he came along with his cane, hooked it 'round the neck of one of the boys, and read him the riot act about teasing little girls."37 

Family 1

Ida J. Parmalee b. 24 Aug 1842, d. 2 Feb 1874
Children

Family 2

Frances Calista Wilson b. 3 Jul 1848, d. 5 Dec 1923

Family 3

(?) Lynch

Citations

  1. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Josiah Merritt, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, household 400, family 441, page 286, roll M432-607, enumerated 26 September1850.
  2. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67.
  3. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Samuel Stillwell, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1438, family 1530, page 198, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  4. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1446, family 1538, page 199, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  5. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of Augustus Bailey; Election District 1, page 30, dwelling 189, family 214.
  6. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  7. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey; first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  8. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  9. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 81 Jane Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York, dwelling #31, family #182, supervisor's district #1, ward 9, ED #173, page 8B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 21 April 1910.
  10. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 39 Tietjen Ave., Kingston, Ulster County, NY, election district 2, ward 2, dwelling 273, family 344, ED 157, page 14A, roll T625-1271, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  11. [S115] Certificate of Marriage for William Parmalee Bailey and Maggie Martin.
  12. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Letter testifying to Charles' birthdate inscription in family Bible.
  13. [S220] Email, William Staples to Margaret May Bailey, 17 June 1999.
  14. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  15. [S802] The Hastings News,, "Civil War Veteran Who Met Lincoln Dies in Hastings: Charles A. Bailey Carried Home to Marlborough For Burial; Soldiers' Rites at Grave", December 9, 1927, p. 1, col. 2.
  16. [S805] NY Town Registers Civil War. Marlborough, Ulster County: Entry for Charles Augustus Bailey.
  17. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 19, family 26, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 3, printed page 470, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  18. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey, District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67.
  19. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of Augustus Bailey; Election District 1: page 30, dwelling 189, family 214.
  20. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915.
  21. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough.
  22. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; Dwelling 52, Family 67, Election District 1.
  23. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Samuel Stillwell; Marlborough post office district; page 198, dwelling 1438, family 1530, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  24. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Election District 1: p. 31, section IV: Additional inquiries relating to Officers and Enlisted Men, who have been in the Military or Naval Service of the U.S., in the Present War.
  25. [S38] Charles H. Cochrane, History of the Town of Marlborough, p. 28.
  26. [S39] Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, History of Ulster County, New York, Section II, page 98.
  27. [S127] C. M. Woolsey, History of Marlborough, p 346.
  28. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Notarized statement by Charles A. Bailey, signed April 4, 1863.
  29. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Letter from A. L. Lowell to Commissioner of Pensions, August 21, 1866, re: Examination of Charles A. Bailey, August 20, 1866.
  30. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Brief in case of Charles A. Bailey, Private, 7 N.Y. Battery.
  31. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate of Disability for Discharge, September 1, 1862.
  32. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Claim for Invalid Pension, Feb. 27, 1864.
  33. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Volunteer Service card, War Department, stamped Apr 24, 1914.
  34. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #18.
  35. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Award of invalid pension.
  36. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Supporting letter from Captain Regan of the 7th NY Indpt Battery.
    Headquarters, 7th N.Y. Indpt Battery, Norfolk, Va June 29th, 1863.
  37. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  38. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Declaration for Pension, December 7, 1925, State of New York, County of Westchester.
  39. [S348] My Mother (a Memoir of Margaret Chitty Bailey), typed manuscript, c1999 Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  40. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915, Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y., [Pension #] 24687.
  41. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Declaration for Pension, December 7, 1925.
  42. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Election District 1; p. 42, Section V: Marriages that have occurred during the year ending June 1, 1865.
  43. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; Pension # 24687.
  44. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106.
  45. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey, first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  46. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898, Certificate No. 24684.
  47. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915, Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y.
    [Pension #] 24687.
  48. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathianiel I. Bailey, 130 St. Paul's Avenue, Jersey City, NJ, dwelling 80, family 217, supervisor's district 9, ED 237, ward 11 (part of election district 4), page 10B, roll T625-1047, enumerated 12 January 1920.
  49. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John J. Crane, 175 Oakland Avenue, Jersey City, NJ, dwelling 109, family 224, ward 11, block 1144, supervisor's district 6, ED 9-154, page 10A, roll 1355, enumerated 10 April 1930.
  50. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathan E. Bailey, 100 Oakland Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey, supervisor's district 8, ED 213, ward 11, page 7A, roll T624-892, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  51. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathaniel Bailey, 218 Seventh Street, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 90, family 155, 1st precinct, ward 5, supervisor's district 1, ED 45, page 8A-8B, roll T623-973, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  52. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee; first election district, dwelling 2609, family 294.
  53. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of W. S. Parmalee, dwelling 35, family 45, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, page 4D (printed page 470), roll T9-941, enumerated June 7th and 8th, 1880.
  54. [S789] Census of 1892 for New York, population schedule, Household of Willliam P. Bailey, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, ward 22, ED 6, page 6.
  55. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Bailey, 396 12th St., Brooklyn, New York, dwelling 89, family 174, ED 367, roll T623-1059, written page 8A, printed page 118, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  56. [S748] Census of 1905 for New York, population schedule, Household of William Baily [sic], 568 Evergreen Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Block B, Assembly District 20, ED25, page 12.
  57. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File.
  58. [S119] William Parmalee Bailey, Death Certificate #22141.
  59. [S790] New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936, with Images, online https://familysearch.org/, Entry for Clarence W. Bailey and Josephine Adams, Orange County #2422, 1911, vol. 1, image 258 (from county register).
  60. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Howard Tucker Bailey, 10 May 1889.
  61. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Charles Walter Bailey, 31 May 1900.
  62. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elmer Burger, [no street address given], Newburgh, Orange County, New York, dwelling 382, family 450, ED 45, page 24B, roll T623-1141, enumerated 30 June 1900.
  63. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915
    Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y.
    [Pension #] 24687.
  64. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 25 Leroy Street, New York City, NY, supervisor's district 1, ED 222, page 23, roll T9-877, enumerated 9 June 1880.
  65. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  66. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Lewis S. Bailey, 2292 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, dwelling 48, family 144, supervisor's district 2, ED 438, assembly district 8, roll T625-1142, page 6B, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  67. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690.
  68. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis Bailey, 154 Edgar Lane, Hastings on Hudson, Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York, household 151, supervisor's district 25, ED 60-57, sheet 8A, roll T627_2803.
  69. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 47 Gillis Road, Cradock, Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia, household 415, supervisor's district 2, ED 65-3A, sheet 19A, roll T627-4279.
  70. [S704] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Entry for Louis S. Bailey, with photo of headstone.
  71. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898; Certificate No. 24684.
  72. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #17.
  73. [S803] The Kingston Daily Freeman,, "Local Death Record", entry for Mrs. Frances Calista Wilson Bailey, Dec 5, 1923, p. 20, col. 3.
  74. [S152] New York City Directory, 1890, online www.ancestry.com.
  75. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, General Affidavit of Charles A. Bailey, signed March 19, 1896.
  76. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, General Affidavit in support of pension applicaton of Walter M. Bailey by Rosetta Bailey, signed Nov. 3, 1896.
  77. [S109] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Howard Tucker Bailey, 15 November 1906.
  78. [S119] William Parmalee Bailey, Death Certificate #22141, State of New York Certificate and Record of Death of William Bailey. Certificate # 22141.
  79. [S464] Howard Tucker Bailey - Correspondence.
  80. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 146 29th Street, North Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 441, family 769, ED 282, page 38A, roll T625-1049, enumerated 9 March 1920.
  81. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 111 Reis Avenue, Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, NJ, dwelling 73, family 79, ED 2-59, page 4A, roll 1312, enumerated 8 April 1930.
  82. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 111 Reis Avenue, Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, household 273, supervisor's district 9, ED 2-76, sheet 62B, roll T627-2306.
  83. [S330] Email, Arnold Bailey to Margaret May Bailey, 18 September 2000.
  84. [S594] Email, Denise Roussinos to Margaret May Bailey, 7 July 2008, email is from Skyway Memorial Gardens, Palmetto, FL.
  85. [S2] Autographed napkin from wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  86. [S448] Howard Louis Bailey, Certificate of Death (July 25, 1995).
  87. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty: State of New York Certificate and Record of Marriage
    No. of Certificate 10607.
  88. [S643] Belleville Nutley Directory 1936, p. 55.
  89. [S644] Belleville Nutley Directory 1938, p. 137.
  90. [S645] Belleville Nutley Directory 1940, p. 134, 502.
  91. [S646] Belleville Nutley Directory 1942, p. 534-535, 856.
  92. [S647] Belleville Nutley Directory 1944, p. 592, 948.
  93. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  94. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  95. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Letter testifying to Charles' birthdate inscription in family Bible.
  96. [S482] New York City Directory, 1916, page 212.
  97. [S76] Interview, Margaret Bailey Blackburn, 20 June 1998.
  98. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Drop Report, Jan 20, 1928, Charles A. Bailey, 150 Edgar Lane, Hastings Upon Hudson, NY [Pension # 24687].
  99. [S121] Interview, Village Clerk and Deputy Manager Susan Maggiotto, 5 August 1998.
  100. [S52] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Walter Bailey Adams, 28 January 1939.
  101. [S120] Charles Augustus Bailey, Certificate of Death #163566, district 5926, registration #30, (Transcript, Registrar of Vital Statistics, Hastings-on-Hudson, Aug. 5, 1998).
  102. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; [Pension #] 24687.

Ida J. Parmalee1,2,3,4,5,6,7

#99, b. 24 August 1842, d. 2 February 1874
The only known photo of Ida J. Parmalee Bailey (d. 1874)
Father*William L. Parmalee8,9,10 b. c 1819, d. 14 Dec 1893
Mother*Rosetta Brower8,3,11,10 b. 12 Jan 1822, d. 14 Jan 1890
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Howard Louis Bailey
ChartsHoward Louis Bailey Family Tree
Last Edited20 May 2016
Name VariationIda J. Parmalee was apparently the person known before 1860 as Mary J. Parmalee; in 1850 and 1860, only the name Mary J. appears, and after 1860, only the name Ida J. appears.10,11 
Birth*She was born on 24 August 1842 at Ulster County, New York. (However, note that her tombstone states she was born in 1843.)11,2,1,5,8,12,10 
(with Parents) Census1850FedUSShe appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the household of her parents, William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower.10,13 
Occupation*She was a tailoress on 28 June 1860.11 
(with Parents) Census1860FedUSShe appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the household of her parents, William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower.9 
Marriage*She married Charles Augustus Bailey, son of James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer, on 23 October 1864 at Newburgh, Orange County, New York.1,2,8,14,5 
Census1865StateSimUS*She and Charles Augustus Bailey appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1865.2 
Birth of SonHer son Nathaniel Irving Bailey was born on 6 August 1865 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.5,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22 
Birth of SonHer son William Augustus Parmalee Bailey was born between 1866 and 1868 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.5,23,24,25,26,27,4,28,17,29,30,31,32 
Birth of SonHer son James Edgar Bailey was born on 14 February 1869 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.5,33,16,34,17,35 
Census1870FedUS*She and Charles Augustus Bailey appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 15 July 1870. Their children Nathaniel Irving, James Edgar and William Augustus Parmalee were listed as living with them. Immediately prior to Charles and Ida's household in the enumeration was a dwelling owned by Mary Doughty Brower. The two families after Charles and Ida were those of William and Rosetta Brower Parmalee (Ida's parents), and of James W. and Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey (Charles' parents), whose household included Abigail Loveless, Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey's mother.5 
Birth of SonHer son Louis Smith Bailey was born on 16 September 1871 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.33,36,37,38,39,17,35,40,41,42,43 
Death*Ida died either February 2 or 4, 1874 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, at age 31.8,14,7,6 
Burial*She was buried at Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.44 
Note*Told her son Louis Smith Bailey that she was a descendant of Elder Brewster of the Mayflower, Brewster becoming Brewer and then Brower (her mother's maiden name). This is a claim I have not been able to prove or disprove. 

Family

Charles Augustus Bailey b. May 1844, d. 4 Dec 1927
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Election District 1; p. 42, Section V: Marriages that have occurred during the year ending June 1, 1865.
  2. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of Augustus Bailey; Election District 1, page 30, dwelling 189, family 214.
  3. [S52] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Walter Bailey Adams, 28 January 1939.
  4. [S115] Certificate of Marriage for William Parmalee Bailey and Maggie Martin.
  5. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106.
  6. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898; Certificate No. 24684.
  7. [S220] Email, William Staples to Margaret May Bailey, 17 June 1999.
  8. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  9. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmlee, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, dwelling 1157, family 1389, district 3, ward 11, written page 202, printed page 696, roll M653-770, enumerated 28 June 1860.
  10. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1378, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  11. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmlee, Brooklyn, NY, dwelling 1157, family 1389, district 3, ward 11, written page 202, printed page 696, roll M653-770.
  12. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough.
  13. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cinda Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1380, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  14. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; Pension # 24687.
  15. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey, first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  16. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 19, family 26, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 3, printed page 470, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  17. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898, Certificate No. 24684.
  18. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915, Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y.
    [Pension #] 24687.
  19. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathianiel I. Bailey, 130 St. Paul's Avenue, Jersey City, NJ, dwelling 80, family 217, supervisor's district 9, ED 237, ward 11 (part of election district 4), page 10B, roll T625-1047, enumerated 12 January 1920.
  20. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John J. Crane, 175 Oakland Avenue, Jersey City, NJ, dwelling 109, family 224, ward 11, block 1144, supervisor's district 6, ED 9-154, page 10A, roll 1355, enumerated 10 April 1930.
  21. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathan E. Bailey, 100 Oakland Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey, supervisor's district 8, ED 213, ward 11, page 7A, roll T624-892, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  22. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathaniel Bailey, 218 Seventh Street, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 90, family 155, 1st precinct, ward 5, supervisor's district 1, ED 45, page 8A-8B, roll T623-973, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  23. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee; first election district, dwelling 2609, family 294.
  24. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of W. S. Parmalee, dwelling 35, family 45, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, page 4D (printed page 470), roll T9-941, enumerated June 7th and 8th, 1880.
  25. [S789] Census of 1892 for New York, population schedule, Household of Willliam P. Bailey, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, ward 22, ED 6, page 6.
  26. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Bailey, 396 12th St., Brooklyn, New York, dwelling 89, family 174, ED 367, roll T623-1059, written page 8A, printed page 118, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  27. [S748] Census of 1905 for New York, population schedule, Household of William Baily [sic], 568 Evergreen Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Block B, Assembly District 20, ED25, page 12.
  28. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File.
  29. [S119] William Parmalee Bailey, Death Certificate #22141.
  30. [S790] New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936, with Images, online https://familysearch.org/, Entry for Clarence W. Bailey and Josephine Adams, Orange County #2422, 1911, vol. 1, image 258 (from county register).
  31. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Howard Tucker Bailey, 10 May 1889.
  32. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Charles Walter Bailey, 31 May 1900.
  33. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey; first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  34. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elmer Burger, [no street address given], Newburgh, Orange County, New York, dwelling 382, family 450, ED 45, page 24B, roll T623-1141, enumerated 30 June 1900.
  35. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915
    Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y.
    [Pension #] 24687.
  36. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 25 Leroy Street, New York City, NY, supervisor's district 1, ED 222, page 23, roll T9-877, enumerated 9 June 1880.
  37. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  38. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  39. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Lewis S. Bailey, 2292 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, dwelling 48, family 144, supervisor's district 2, ED 438, assembly district 8, roll T625-1142, page 6B, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  40. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690.
  41. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis Bailey, 154 Edgar Lane, Hastings on Hudson, Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York, household 151, supervisor's district 25, ED 60-57, sheet 8A, roll T627_2803.
  42. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 47 Gillis Road, Cradock, Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia, household 415, supervisor's district 2, ED 65-3A, sheet 19A, roll T627-4279.
  43. [S704] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Entry for Louis S. Bailey, with photo of headstone.
  44. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #21.
  45. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  46. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915.
  47. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages, 12/18/1893.
  48. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.

James W. Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13

#100, b. 29 October 1823, d. 23 August 1892
James W. Bailey death certificate, 1892
Father*Nathaniel Bailey14,9,12 b. bt 1781 - 1783, d. 10 May 1848
Mother*Harriet Having9,12 b. 21 Dec 1787, d. 11 Apr 1856
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Howard Louis Bailey
ChartsHoward Louis Bailey Family Tree
Last Edited21 May 2016
NoteIn his will, James named Nathaniel and Harriet Bailey as his parents. The Nathaniel Bailey who is buried in Marlborough is shown as born Sept 1783 and died 1848. In HIS will, he names Harriet as his wife. These therefore appear to be James' parents. Donna Beers' history "Nicholas, John, & Elias Bailey of New York" gives Nathaniel's parents as John Bailey (also buried in Marlborough) and Magdalane Coutant. A/o March 2007, one IGI record shows a marriage between Magdalene Coutant to John Bally, dates approximately right. 
Birth*James W. Bailey was born on 29 October 1823 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.1,15,3,16,5,17,7,12 
(son 5-9) Census1830FedUSHe is probably the male age 5 to 9 listed in the household of his father, Nathaniel Bailey, in the 1830 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.18 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Bloomer, daughter of Isaac T. Bloomer and Abigail Loveless, on 3 July 1842 at Middle Hope, Newburgh, Orange County, New York. Reverand L. W. Shaw officiated.11,19,20,6,10,21,3,5,7,1 
Birth of SonHis son Walter Millard Bailey was born on 31 March 1843 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.1,22,3,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,11,31 
Birth of SonHis son Charles Augustus Bailey was born in May 1844 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.32,33,34,3,35,36,6,7,37,38,39,40,41,42,11,43,44 
Birth of SonHis son Marmion Smith Bailey was born on 31 July 1847 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.45,1,15,3,16,46,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 26 September 1850.1 
Census1850FedUS*He and Elizabeth Bloomer appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 26 September 1850. Their children Walter Millard and Marmion Smith were listed as living with them, as were Elizabeth's mother, Abigail Loveless, identified as Abigal Pierce, and two apparent boarders, Lester (?) Kniffen and Rachel Kniffen. Their son Charles Augustus was enumerated in the home of Josiah Merrit, also in Marlborough.1 
Birth of SonHis son John Henry Bailey was born on 1 January 1851 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.15,3,16,56,17,57,58,59,11 
Census1855StateSimUS*He and Elizabeth Bloomer appeared on the 1855 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1855. Their children Walter Millard, Marmion Smith, John Henry and Charles Augustus were listed as living with them.15 
OccupationJames was a carpenter on 1 June 1860.3 
Census1860FedUS*He and Elizabeth Bloomer appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 25 July 1860. Their children Charles Augustus, Walter Millard, Marmion Smith and John Henry were listed as living with them. Charles N. Brower and Mary Doughty Brower, grandparents of Charles Augustus' future wife Ida Parmalee, were enumerated on the same page.3 
Description*On 16 August 1864, James W. Bailey was described as aged 40, height 5' 7 and 1/4", fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes.60 
OccupationJames was a carpenter on 16 August 1864.60,12 
Military*He served on the Union side during the Civil War. He enlisted in Company A of the 7th New York Battery at either Newburgh or Goshen, Orange County, New York, on 16 August 1864, and was honorably discharged on either the 5th or 6th of May, 1865, at Hart's Island, Bronx, New York. During James' time of service the company fought at the Battle of Chaffin's Farm (New Market Heights, Virginia, September 28-30, 1864), in seige operations against Petersburg and Richmond (Virginia, June 16, 1864 - April 2, 1865), and the Appomattox (Virginia) Campaign, March 28 - April 9, 1965. This included the fall of Petersburg (April 2, 1865), the pursuit of General Lee from April 3-9, 1865, and Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House, April 9, 1865.

James was paid a bounty of $575 dollars by Marlborough for his enlistment.61,62,63,64,19,65,66,67,68,69,12 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 1 June 1865.16 
Census1865StateSimUS*He and Elizabeth Bloomer appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1865. Their children John Henry and Marmion Smith were listed as living with them, as was Elizabeth's mother, Abigail Loveless, identified in the census as Abigail Pierce.16 
OccupationHe was a house carpenter on 15 July 1870.5 
Census1870FedUS*He and Elizabeth Bloomer appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York. . Also in the household were Elizabeth's mother Abigail Loveless and sister, Laura Bloomer. The two families enumerated just prior to James and Elizabeth were those of Charles A. and Ida Parmalee Bailey, and William and Rosetta Brower Parmalee.5 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 28 June 1875 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York. A 1931 newspaper article mentions James as a carpenter in Marlborough during the 1870s, stating that he owned a building on Grand Street, the first place south from the creek road. This appears to have been his home. He also owned a building on West Street, which ran parallel one block east of Grand, and the lot on which the two buildings sat ran between the two streets. The neighbor two lots directly north was William Parmley, whose daughter Ida married James' son Charles Augustus.70,13,71 
Census1875StateSimUS*He and Elizabeth Bloomer appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 28 June 1875. Their children Charles Augustus and John Henry were listed as living with them, as were Charles' sons Nathaniel Irving, James Edgar and Louis Smith.17 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 7 June 1880.7 
Census1880FedUS*He and Elizabeth Bloomer appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 7 June 1880. Their son Charles Augustus and his children Nathaniel Irving and James Edgar were listed as living with them.7,24 
Moved*Circa 1881, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer moved to New York City, New York County, New York.9 
Note*Between 1890 and 1891 James filed paperwork for a Civil War Pension.72,73,69,74 
Illness*He was ill with blindness and rheumatism and considered totally disabled on 6 August 1890.74,73 
Residence*He and Elizabeth Bloomer lived on 6 August 1890 at 745 Washington Street, New York City, New York County, New York.74,75 
ResidenceHe and Elizabeth Bloomer lived on 23 August 1892 at 745 Washington Street, New York City, New York County, New York.9 
Death*He died on 23 August 1892 at 745 Washington Street, New York City, New York County, New York, at age 68. The cause of death was given as "heart failure and valvular disease of the heart with fatty degeneration of same."76,9,77 
Burial*He was buried at Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.77 
Notes*Howard Tucker Bailey stated that James was a carpenter and builder just below West Point, where there is a row of houses he built with his son Charles Augustus Bailey. Howard Louis Bailey had a note stating that James had a sister named Laura. James was apparently illiterate.14,16 

Family

Elizabeth Bloomer b. 22 May 1822, d. 23 Sep 1918
Children

Citations

  1. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 407, family 448, page 286B-287A, roll M432-605, enumerated 26 September 1850.
  2. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; ED 1, dwelling 52, family 67.
  3. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1446, family 1538, page 199, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  4. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of James Bailey, ED 1, page 5, dwelling 26, family 32.
  5. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 425, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  6. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey; first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  7. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 19, family 26, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 3, printed page 470, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  8. [S41] International Genealogical Index (IGI), p. 1799; batch/film #7603005; serial/sheet #85.
  9. [S123] James Bailey, Certificate and Record of Death (corrected) #31347, dated March 1, 1893.
  10. [S220] Email, William Staples to Margaret May Bailey, 17 June 1999.
  11. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  12. [S805] NY Town Registers Civil War. Marlborough, Ulster County: Entry for James Bailey, p. 1.
  13. [S803] The Kingston Daily Freeman,, "Marlborough in the Seventies", 25 Feb 1931, page 7, col 1.
  14. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  15. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; Dwelling 52, Family 67, Election District 1.
  16. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of James Bailey, page 5, dwelling 26, family 32, election district 1.
  17. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey, first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  18. [S490] Census of 1830 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathaniel Baly, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, page 280, roll 106.
  19. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Declaration for Widow's Pension, January 31, 1893.
  20. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Notarized statement in support of widow's pension, May 16, 1893. Pension # 569,385.
  21. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #19.
  22. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67, Walter Bailey, age 11, M, child, born: Ulster [Co.], in Marlborough 11 years.
  23. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Wm. [sic] M. Bailey, dwelling 176, family 238, Fishkill (Fishkill Plains Post Office), district 1, Dutchess County, NY, page 28, roll M593-925, enumerated 12 August 1870.
  24. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 25 Leroy Street, New York City, NY, supervisor's district 1, ED 222, page 23, roll T9-877, enumerated 9 June 1880.
  25. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Boarding house, 529 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, supervisor's district 1, ED 171, 13th ward, 11th precinct, page 13B, roll T623-613, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  26. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 454 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, supervisor's district 2, ED 582, ward 23, page 8B, roll T624-972, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  27. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Questionnaire re: family members, dated Mar 30th, 1915 and signed Walter M. Bailey.
  28. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Declaration of Pension, signed May 31, 1913.
  29. [S133] Certificate of Marriage and Minister's Return for Walter M. Baily [sic] and Rosetta Cherry.
  30. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2.
  31. [S805] NY Town Registers Civil War. Marlborough, Ulster County: Entry for Walter M. Bailey.
  32. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Josiah Merritt, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, household 400, family 441, page 286, roll M432-607, enumerated 26 September1850.
  33. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey, District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67.
  34. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Samuel Stillwell, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1438, family 1530, page 198, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  35. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of Augustus Bailey; Election District 1: page 30, dwelling 189, family 214.
  36. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  37. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  38. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 81 Jane Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York, dwelling #31, family #182, supervisor's district #1, ward 9, ED #173, page 8B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 21 April 1910.
  39. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 39 Tietjen Ave., Kingston, Ulster County, NY, election district 2, ward 2, dwelling 273, family 344, ED 157, page 14A, roll T625-1271, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  40. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Letter testifying to Charles' birthdate inscription in family Bible.
  41. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915.
  42. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough.
  43. [S802] The Hastings News,, "Civil War Veteran Who Met Lincoln Dies in Hastings: Charles A. Bailey Carried Home to Marlborough For Burial; Soldiers' Rites at Grave", December 9, 1927, p. 1, col. 2.
  44. [S805] NY Town Registers Civil War. Marlborough, Ulster County: Entry for Charles Augustus Bailey.
  45. [S193] Register of Births, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, Births in the town of Marlborough and County of Ulster during the year ending 31st December, 1847.
  46. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, dwelling 449, family 502, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, written page 59, printed page 540, enumerated 16 July 1870.
  47. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of Marmion Baily [sic], first election district, dwelling 270, family 304.
  48. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 1, family 2, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 1, printed page 469, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  49. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion S. Baily [sic], 774 Greenwich St., Manhattan, New York, NY, dwelling 43, family 182, supervisor's district 1, ED 144, ward 9, page 9B, roll T623-1087, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  50. [S748] Census of 1905 for New York, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, 774 Greenwich Street, New York City, New York County, New York, AD 7, ED 5, block F, page 9.
  51. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of M. Smith Bailey, 774 Greenwich Street, Manhattan, NY, dwelling 66, family 266, supervisor's district 1, ED 176, ward 9, page 11B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  52. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion S. Bailey, 67 Perry Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 63, family 286, supervisor's district 1, ED 727, assembly district 10, page 12B, roll T625-1203, enumerated 21 January 1920.
  53. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John H. Peters, 9 Charles Street, Hudson County, NJ. supervisor's district 6, ED 9-183, ward 12, block 1309, page 10B, roll 1356, enumerated 9 April 1930.
  54. [S711] Census of 1915 for New York, population schedule, Entry for Marmion Bailey Sr., 67 Perry Street, Manhattan Borough, New York City, New York County, New York, block 1, ED 2, ward 9, assembly district 25, page 6.
  55. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Bailey (identified only as a girl), 26 June 1888.
  56. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathaniel Bailey, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 76, family 165, ward 17, page 20, roll M593-958, enumerated 8 June 1870.
  57. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elizabeth Bailey, 152 Lenox Avenue, New York City, NY, dwelling 24, family 236, supervisor's district 1, ED 846, page 9A, roll T623-1119, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  58. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elizabeth Bailey, 21 Bethune Street, Manhattan, NY, [dwelling number crossed out], family 173, supervisor's district 1, ED 116, ward 9, page 7A, roll T624-1006, enumerated 18 April 1910.
  59. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John H. Bailey, 21 Bethune Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 46, household 161, supervisor's district 1, ED 236, assembly district 3, page 8A, roll T625-1189, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  60. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Soldier's Declaration for Pension, August 16, 1864.
  61. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, District 1: Dwelling 26, Family 32 - notes at end of section for James Bailey, identified as page 5, line 20.
  62. [S38] Charles H. Cochrane, History of the Town of Marlborough, p. 28.
  63. [S39] Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, History of Ulster County, New York, Section II, page 98.
  64. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Soldier's Declaration for Pension.
  65. [S127] C. M. Woolsey, History of Marlborough, p 346.
  66. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Pensioner dropped [form], Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions.
  67. [S137] Frederick H. Dyer, Dyer's Compendium.
  68. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Military Service Record, War Department Record and Pension Division.
  69. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Claimant's Affidavit, March 5, 1891.
  70. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of James Bailey; page 5, dwelling 26, family 32.Election District 1.
  71. [S808] Ulster County Atlas 1875, Marlborough Map 002.
  72. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Military Service [Record], War Department Record and Pension Division.
  73. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Letter in support of James Bailey's application, dated Nov. 29m 1890, written by Wilbur F. Brush, Pastor of the Perry St. Methodist Episcopal Church, NY City.
  74. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Soldier's Declaration for Pension, August 6, 1890.
  75. [S152] New York City Directory, 1890, online www.ancestry.com.
  76. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Declaration for Widow's Pension, signed January 31, 1893.
  77. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #23.
  78. [S133] Certificate of Marriage and Minister's Return for Walter M. Baily [sic] and Rosetta Cherry: License: [for] Walter M. Baily [sic] and Miss Rosetta Cherry.
  79. [S134] Walter M. Bailey, Transcript of Death Certificate, dated March 20, 1916 #1289 (filed January 14, 1916).

Elizabeth Bloomer1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

#101, b. 22 May 1822, d. 23 September 1918
James W. and Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey and family in 1850 census, Marlborough, NY, page 1
Father*Isaac T. Bloomer9 b. c 1787, d. 9 Feb 1849
Mother*Abigail Loveless9,4 b. c 1786
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Howard Louis Bailey
ChartsHoward Louis Bailey Family Tree
Last Edited3 Jul 2016
Birth*Elizabeth Bloomer was born on 22 May 1822, probably at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, but possibly in Orange County, New York.1,2,3,4,6,7,8,11,13,9,12,10 
Marriage*She married James W. Bailey, son of Nathaniel Bailey and Harriet Having, on 3 July 1842 at Middle Hope, Newburgh, Orange County, New York. Reverand L. W. Shaw officiated.12,14,15,8,11,13,3,7,10,1 
Birth of SonHer son Walter Millard Bailey was born on 31 March 1843 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.1,16,3,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,12,25 
Birth of SonHer son Charles Augustus Bailey was born in May 1844 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.26,27,28,3,29,30,8,10,31,32,33,34,35,36,12,37,38 
Birth of SonHer son Marmion Smith Bailey was born on 31 July 1847 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.39,1,2,3,4,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49 
Census1850FedUS*She and James W. Bailey appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 26 September 1850. Their children Walter Millard and Marmion Smith were listed as living with them, as were Elizabeth's mother, Abigail Loveless, identified as Abigal Pierce, and two apparent boarders, Lester (?) Kniffen and Rachel Kniffen. Their son Charles Augustus was enumerated in the home of Josiah Merrit, also in Marlborough.1 
Birth of SonHer son John Henry Bailey was born on 1 January 1851 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.2,3,4,50,51,52,53,54,12 
Census1855StateSimUS*She and James W. Bailey appeared on the 1855 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1855. Their children Walter Millard, Marmion Smith, John Henry and Charles Augustus were listed as living with them.2 
Census1860FedUS*She and James W. Bailey appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 25 July 1860. Their children Charles Augustus, Walter Millard, Marmion Smith and John Henry were listed as living with them. Charles N. Brower and Mary Doughty Brower, grandparents of Charles Augustus' future wife Ida Parmalee, were enumerated on the same page.3 
Census1865StateSimUS*She and James W. Bailey appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1865. Their children John Henry and Marmion Smith were listed as living with them, as was Elizabeth's mother, Abigail Loveless, identified in the census as Abigail Pierce.4 
Census1870FedUS*She and James W. Bailey appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York. . Also in the household were Elizabeth's mother Abigail Loveless and sister, Laura Bloomer. The two families enumerated just prior to James and Elizabeth were those of Charles A. and Ida Parmalee Bailey, and William and Rosetta Brower Parmalee.7 
Census1875StateSimUS*She and James W. Bailey appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 28 June 1875. Their children Charles Augustus and John Henry were listed as living with them, as were Charles' sons Nathaniel Irving, James Edgar and Louis Smith.51 
Census1880FedUS*She and James W. Bailey appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 7 June 1880. Their son Charles Augustus and his children Nathaniel Irving and James Edgar were listed as living with them.10,18 
MovedCirca 1881, Elizabeth Bloomer and James W. Bailey moved to New York City, New York County, New York.55 
ResidenceShe and James W. Bailey lived on 6 August 1890 at 745 Washington Street, New York City, New York County, New York.56,57 
ResidenceShe and James W. Bailey lived on 23 August 1892 at 745 Washington Street, New York City, New York County, New York.55 
(Widow) DeathShe was widowed when James W. Bailey died on 23 August 1892 745 Washington Street, New York City, New York County, New York.58,55,59 
Residence*She lived on 31 January 1893 at 745 Washington Street, New York City, New York County, New York.14 
Note*On 31 January 1893 she filed a Declaration for a Widow's Pension.58 
ResidenceShe lived on 16 May 1893 at 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York County, New York.60 
Census1900FedUS*She appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 152 Lenox Avenue, enumerated 7 June 1900. Her son John Henry was listed as living with her.52 
Census1910FedUS*She appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 21 Bethune Street, enumerated 18 April 1910. Her son John Henry was listed as living with her.53 
Death of SonHer son Walter Millard Bailey died on 13 January 1916 at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 72.61,62,63,24 
Illness*She continued to live at 21 Bethune Street with her son John until the time of her death. On 2 September 1918 she entered her final illness, attended by her son John and by two of her granddaughters, Lillian Bailey Veatch and Nettie (Henrietta) Bailey Platt.64,9 
Death*She died on 23 September 1918 at 21 Bethune Street, New York City, New York County, New York, at age 96, of endo-carditis and arteriosclerois, with senility a secondary factor.65,64,66,9,13 
Burial*She was buried on 26 September 1918 at Riverside Cemetery, Marlboro, Ulster County, New York.67,9,11,13 
Notes*She may have been illiterate: in 1893, when she filed for a Civil War widow's pension, she made an X instead of writing her signature.68 

Family

James W. Bailey b. 29 Oct 1823, d. 23 Aug 1892
Children

Citations

  1. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 407, family 448, page 286B-287A, roll M432-605, enumerated 26 September 1850.
  2. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; Dwelling 52, Family 67, Election District 1.
  3. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1446, family 1538, page 199, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  4. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of James Bailey, page 5, dwelling 26, family 32, election district 1.
  5. [S41] International Genealogical Index (IGI), p. 1799; batch/film #7603005; serial/sheet #85.
  6. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894.
  7. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 425, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  8. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey; first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  9. [S124] Elizabeth Bailey, Certificate of Death, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  10. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 19, family 26, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 3, printed page 470, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  11. [S220] Email, William Staples to Margaret May Bailey, 17 June 1999.
  12. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  13. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #19.
  14. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Declaration for Widow's Pension, January 31, 1893.
  15. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Notarized statement in support of widow's pension, May 16, 1893. Pension # 569,385.
  16. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67, Walter Bailey, age 11, M, child, born: Ulster [Co.], in Marlborough 11 years.
  17. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Wm. [sic] M. Bailey, dwelling 176, family 238, Fishkill (Fishkill Plains Post Office), district 1, Dutchess County, NY, page 28, roll M593-925, enumerated 12 August 1870.
  18. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 25 Leroy Street, New York City, NY, supervisor's district 1, ED 222, page 23, roll T9-877, enumerated 9 June 1880.
  19. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Boarding house, 529 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, supervisor's district 1, ED 171, 13th ward, 11th precinct, page 13B, roll T623-613, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  20. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 454 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, supervisor's district 2, ED 582, ward 23, page 8B, roll T624-972, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  21. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Questionnaire re: family members, dated Mar 30th, 1915 and signed Walter M. Bailey.
  22. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Declaration of Pension, signed May 31, 1913.
  23. [S133] Certificate of Marriage and Minister's Return for Walter M. Baily [sic] and Rosetta Cherry.
  24. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2.
  25. [S805] NY Town Registers Civil War. Marlborough, Ulster County: Entry for Walter M. Bailey.
  26. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Josiah Merritt, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, household 400, family 441, page 286, roll M432-607, enumerated 26 September1850.
  27. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey, District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67.
  28. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Samuel Stillwell, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1438, family 1530, page 198, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  29. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of Augustus Bailey; Election District 1: page 30, dwelling 189, family 214.
  30. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  31. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  32. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 81 Jane Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York, dwelling #31, family #182, supervisor's district #1, ward 9, ED #173, page 8B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 21 April 1910.
  33. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 39 Tietjen Ave., Kingston, Ulster County, NY, election district 2, ward 2, dwelling 273, family 344, ED 157, page 14A, roll T625-1271, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  34. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Letter testifying to Charles' birthdate inscription in family Bible.
  35. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915.
  36. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough.
  37. [S802] The Hastings News,, "Civil War Veteran Who Met Lincoln Dies in Hastings: Charles A. Bailey Carried Home to Marlborough For Burial; Soldiers' Rites at Grave", December 9, 1927, p. 1, col. 2.
  38. [S805] NY Town Registers Civil War. Marlborough, Ulster County: Entry for Charles Augustus Bailey.
  39. [S193] Register of Births, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, Births in the town of Marlborough and County of Ulster during the year ending 31st December, 1847.
  40. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, dwelling 449, family 502, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, written page 59, printed page 540, enumerated 16 July 1870.
  41. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of Marmion Baily [sic], first election district, dwelling 270, family 304.
  42. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 1, family 2, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 1, printed page 469, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  43. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion S. Baily [sic], 774 Greenwich St., Manhattan, New York, NY, dwelling 43, family 182, supervisor's district 1, ED 144, ward 9, page 9B, roll T623-1087, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  44. [S748] Census of 1905 for New York, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, 774 Greenwich Street, New York City, New York County, New York, AD 7, ED 5, block F, page 9.
  45. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of M. Smith Bailey, 774 Greenwich Street, Manhattan, NY, dwelling 66, family 266, supervisor's district 1, ED 176, ward 9, page 11B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  46. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion S. Bailey, 67 Perry Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 63, family 286, supervisor's district 1, ED 727, assembly district 10, page 12B, roll T625-1203, enumerated 21 January 1920.
  47. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John H. Peters, 9 Charles Street, Hudson County, NJ. supervisor's district 6, ED 9-183, ward 12, block 1309, page 10B, roll 1356, enumerated 9 April 1930.
  48. [S711] Census of 1915 for New York, population schedule, Entry for Marmion Bailey Sr., 67 Perry Street, Manhattan Borough, New York City, New York County, New York, block 1, ED 2, ward 9, assembly district 25, page 6.
  49. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Bailey (identified only as a girl), 26 June 1888.
  50. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathaniel Bailey, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 76, family 165, ward 17, page 20, roll M593-958, enumerated 8 June 1870.
  51. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey, first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  52. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elizabeth Bailey, 152 Lenox Avenue, New York City, NY, dwelling 24, family 236, supervisor's district 1, ED 846, page 9A, roll T623-1119, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  53. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elizabeth Bailey, 21 Bethune Street, Manhattan, NY, [dwelling number crossed out], family 173, supervisor's district 1, ED 116, ward 9, page 7A, roll T624-1006, enumerated 18 April 1910.
  54. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John H. Bailey, 21 Bethune Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 46, household 161, supervisor's district 1, ED 236, assembly district 3, page 8A, roll T625-1189, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  55. [S123] James Bailey, Certificate and Record of Death (corrected) #31347, dated March 1, 1893.
  56. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Soldier's Declaration for Pension, August 6, 1890.
  57. [S152] New York City Directory, 1890, online www.ancestry.com.
  58. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Declaration for Widow's Pension, signed January 31, 1893.
  59. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #23.
  60. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Pension # 569,385. Elizabeth Bailey, Widow.
  61. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Department of the Interior, Form 3-1081, Pensioner Dropped.
    February 3, 1916, Certificate No. 924790.
  62. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Declaration for Widow's Pension, dated 2/5/1916, filed by Rosetta Bailey.
  63. [S134] Walter M. Bailey, Transcript of Death Certificate, dated March 20, 1916 #1289 (filed January 14, 1916).
  64. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Application for Reimbursement, signed Nov. 4, 1918, made by John H. Bailey.
  65. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Pensioner dropped [form], Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions. Oct 30, 1918, Certificate No. 378,894. Class Act. April 19, 1908.
  66. [S100] Application for Reimbursement [for expenses in death of Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey as widow of James Bailey, Civil War veteran].
  67. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Application for Reimbursement, signed Nov. 4, 1918 by John H. Bailey.
  68. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Pension # 569,385. Affidavit of Claimant.

William L. Parmalee1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

#102, b. circa 1819, d. 14 December 1893
William L. and Rosetta Brower Parmalee enumerated in the 1870 census, Marlborough, NY. Their daughter Harriet was in the household, and their parents were living nearby and are shown on the same page of the census.
Father*(?) Parmalee d. bt 1840 - 1850; both of his parents were probably born in CT10
Mother*Cinderella (?)6,10 b. c 3 Aug 1795, d. 6 Jan 1868
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Howard Louis Bailey
ChartsHoward Louis Bailey Family Tree
Last Edited20 May 2016
NoteThe family name was spelled variously as Parmalee, Parmale, Parmlee, Parmly and Parmelee. 
Birth*William L. Parmalee was born circa 1819 at Connecticut. Both of his parents were probably also born in CT.8,11,1,9,4,12,13 
Marriage*He married Rosetta Brower, daughter of Charles Nazareth Brower and Mary Doughty, before 1 June 1840 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.14,8,11,15,9,4,12,16,5,17 
Census1840FedUS*He most likely appeared on the 1840 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, with a household listed as one male age 20-30 (William), one female under 5, one female 5-10, and one female 20-30 (his wife Rosetta Brower). It is unclear who the children are, and Rosetta was probably only 18 or 19 at the time.14 
OccupationHe was employed in a manufacturing/trade occupation on 1 June 1840.14 
Birth of SonHis son Charles W. Parmalee was born in October 1840 at New York.8,18 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Ida J. Parmalee was born on 24 August 1842 at Ulster County, New York.19,20,21,22,16,23,8 
OccupationHe was a house carpenter on 3 September 1850.8 
Census1850FedUS*He and Rosetta Brower appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, enumerated 3 September 1850. Their children Charles W. and Ida J. were listed as living with them. There is a family in the same building headed by a woman named Cinda R. Parmalee, age 56, born in CT, who may have been William's mother.8,24 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Harriet Louisa Parmalee was born in October 1851 at Kings County, New York.11,1,9,25,26,27 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 28 June 1860.11 
Census1860FedUS*He and Rosetta Brower appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, enumerated 28 June 1860. Their children Ida J. and Harriet Louisa were listed as living with them.11 
OccupationHe was a house joiner on 1 June 1865.1 
Census1865StateSimUS*He and Rosetta Brower appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1865, in which the family name was spelled Parmale. Their daughter Harriet Louisa was listed as living with them. They owned a framed house worth $2000.1 
OccupationHe was a house carpenter on 15 July 1870.9 
Census1870FedUS*He and Rosetta Brower appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 15 July 1870. Their daughter Harriet Louisa was listed as living with them. The families on either side in the enumeration are those of Charles Augustus and Ida J. Parmalee Bailey, and of James W. and Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey (whose household included Abigail Loveless). Also shown on the same census page is Rosetta's mother, Mary Doughty Brower, age 80.9 
Occupation*He was identified in the Ulster County Directory of 1871 as a carpenter and a resident of Marlborough.28 
Death of DaughterHis daughter Ida J. Parmalee died on 2 February 1874 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, at age 31.16,29,30,31 
OccupationHe was a carpenter. on 28 June 1875. A 1931 newspaper article mentions him as a carpenter in Marlborough during the 1870s, and map of the era shows his place on the southwest corner of the intersection of West Street and the creek road, or, in other words, the last building on the west side of West Street going north. I am unsure if the building faced West Street or the creek road. Just south, past one other lot, were the buildings owned by James Bailey, whose son Charles Augustus married William's daughter Ida.4,32,33 
Census1875StateSimUS*He and Rosetta Brower appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlboro, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 28 June 1875. Their daughter Harriet Louisa was listed as living with them, as was their grandson William Augustus Parmalee and granddaughter Maud O. Smith. They owned a framed house worth $3000.4 
OccupationBetween 1879 and 1880, William L. Parmalee was a carpenter, unemployed for 6 months during the census year which ended in June, 1880.12 
Census1880FedUS*He and Rosetta Brower appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.. Their grandson William Augustus Parmalee Bailey was listed as living with them. Note that William Parmalee was identified as W.S. Parmalee instead of W.L. Parmalee.12 
(Widower) DeathHe became a widower when Rosetta Brower died on 14 January 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.17,34 
(Witness) WillHe was named as a survivor in the probate of the will of Rosetta Brower on 10 February 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.5,35 
ResidenceHe lived between 1892 and 1893 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.36 
OccupationHe was a carpenter between 1892 and 1893.36 
Residence*He lived on 14 December 1893 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.5,7 
Death*He died on 14 December 1893 at St. Luke's Hospital, Newburgh, Orange County, New York. The cause of death was given as suppurating inflammation of the kidney and chronic cystitis.2,5,37,7 
Burial*According to his death certificate, William was buried at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.30,37 
ProbateHis estate was probated between 1893 and 1895 at Ulster County, New York.7 
Note*After William's death a complaint and summons was filed against his heirs in the Supreme Court of New York. The following are excerpts:

1/15/1894. John Rusk, Jr., Attorney for Plaintiff.
John Rusk plff [plaintiff]
-against-
Albert H. Palmer Charles W. Parmalee and Mary J. Parmalee his wife Hattie L. Smith and Cyrus Smith her husband Nathaniel I. Bailey and May Bailey his wife William P. Bailey Maggie Bailey his wife James E. Bailey Emma Bailey his wife Louis S. Bailey Mary Bailey his wife deft [defendents]

The Complaint of the above named plaintiff respectively shows to this court upon information and belief that William L. Parmalee now decd formly [sic] of Marlbogh [sic] Ulster Co. State of New York for the purpose of securing the payment to John Rusk of the sum of Five Hundred and Sixty dollars with interest thereon, on or about the 18th day of August one thousand eight hundred and ninety one executed and delivered to John Rusk a bond bearing date on that day, sealed with his seal whereby the said William L. Parmalee did bind his heirs, executors and administrators in the penalty of Eleven Hundred and Twenty Dollars upon condition that the same should be void if the said William L. Parmalee or his heirs, executors and administrators should pay to the said John Rusk or his executors, administrators or assigns the said sum of money first above mentioned, as follows: the full sum of Five Hundred and Sixty Dollars on the 18th day of August eighteen hundred and Ninety two with interest thereon to be computed from August 18, 1891 at the rate of six per cent [sic] per annum and to be paid Annually on the 18th day of August in each year and, as collateral for the payment of the said indebtedness, the said William L. Parmalee on the same day executed, duly acknowledged and delivered to the same John Rusk a mortgage, whereby he granted, bargained and sold to the said John Rusk the following described premises, with the appurtenances thereto, that is to say,

All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in the village and town of Marlborough Ulster Co. N.Y. Bound and described as follows to wit:

Beginning at a point in the intersection of Western Avenue and West Street and lands of Anne Emogene Merritt Ninety four feet along west Side of West Street to the Northwest corner of lands hereby intended to be conveyed. From there and in line with West Street in a Southeasterly direction Sixty feet to lands of Dewitt W. Kniffen. From there in a westerly direction along the north line of land of Said Kniffen One Hundred and twenty feet to lands of Harry M. Winslow. From there in a Northerly direction along the east side of lands of Said Winslow and Josephine Milden Sixty feet to lands of said Anne Emogene Merritt. From there in an easterly direction along the south line of said Merritts [sic] land one hundred and twenty feet to the place of beginning. Said lot being sixty feet front and rear by one hundred and twenty feet deep and being same premises Mentioned in deed of Conveyance to Anne Emogene Merritt and which is reserved therefrom (therefore?) Dolce March 27 1886 [?]

The said mortgage containing the same condition as the said Bond, and the further condition that if the said mortgagor should not pay the moneys thereby secured according to the terms thereof, then the said John Rusk his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns were empowered to sell the said mortgaged premises......

And the plaintiff further show that the said mortgage was duly recorded in the office of the clerk of the County of Ulster on the 19th day of August [1891] .... Book No. 208 of Mortgages, page 449, at 1-50 o'clock p.m.

... the defendant has failed to comply ... by omitting to pay the sum of Five Hundred and Sixty Dollars with the interest thereon which ... became due on August 18, 1892....2

 

Family

Rosetta Brower b. 12 Jan 1822, d. 14 Jan 1890
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1, page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.
  2. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  3. [S38] Charles H. Cochrane, History of the Town of Marlborough, p. 182.
  4. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee; first election district, dwelling 2609, family 294.
  5. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  6. [S327] Email, Jim Walters to Margaret May Bailey, 20 August 2000.
  7. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.
  8. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1378, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  9. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Parmalee, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 424, family 476, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  10. [S328] Email, Jim Walters to Margaret May Bailey, 4 September 2000.
  11. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmlee, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, dwelling 1157, family 1389, district 3, ward 11, written page 202, printed page 696, roll M653-770, enumerated 28 June 1860.
  12. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of W. S. Parmalee, dwelling 35, family 45, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, page 4D (printed page 470), roll T9-941, enumerated June 7th and 8th, 1880.
  13. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  14. [S496] Census of 1840 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Parmelee, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY [note that Ancestry.com has this page indexed under New Paltz, but this is incorrect], written page 86, printed page 43, roll 346.
  15. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1, page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.
  16. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  17. [S178] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 10 March 1999.
  18. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles W. Parmalee, 668 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 26, family 49, supervisor's district 2, ED 119, page 3A, roll T623-1048, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  19. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmlee, Brooklyn, NY, dwelling 1157, family 1389, district 3, ward 11, written page 202, printed page 696, roll M653-770.
  20. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of Augustus Bailey; Election District 1, page 30, dwelling 189, family 214.
  21. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Election District 1; p. 42, Section V: Marriages that have occurred during the year ending June 1, 1865.
  22. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106.
  23. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough.
  24. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cinda Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1380, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  25. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus Smith, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 92, family 115, ED 164, written page 9, printed page 473, roll T9-941, enumerated 12 June 1880.
  26. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 330 3rd Avenue, Lansingburgh, Rensselear County, New York, 4th ward, dwelling [57 or 58], family 79, supervisor's district 4, ED 42, page 4A, roll T623-1150, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  27. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 22 Eighth Street, Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, dwelling 233, family 359, supervisor's district 6, ED 75, ward 15, page 14A, roll T624-1071, enumerated 30 April 1910.
  28. [S38] Charles H. Cochrane, History of the Town of Marlborough, p. 136, 141.
  29. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; Pension # 24687.
  30. [S220] Email, William Staples to Margaret May Bailey, 17 June 1999.
  31. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898; Certificate No. 24684.
  32. [S803] The Kingston Daily Freeman,, "Marlborough in the Seventies", 25 Feb 1931, page 7, col 1.
  33. [S808] Ulster County Atlas 1875, Marlborough Map 002.
  34. [S192] Register of Deaths in the Town of Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Entry for Rosetta Parmalee, 14 January 1890, no. 395.
  35. [S354] Ulster County Testators, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ulster/wills/…, Volume Z (1889-1891), p. 431.
  36. [S352] Ulster County NY Directory 1892-93, p. 219.
  37. [S277] William L. Parmalee, Death Certificate, Dec 15, 1893 Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  38. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1: page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.

Rosetta Brower1,2,3,4,5

#103, b. 12 January 1822, d. 14 January 1890
William L. and Rosetta Brower Parmalee enumerated in the 1870 census, Marlborough, NY. Their daughter Harriet was in the household, and their parents were living nearby and are shown on the same page of the census.
Father*Charles Nazareth Brower5,3,4 b. Apr 1784, d. 19 May 1866
Mother*Mary Doughty5,4 b. c 9 Jul 1790, d. 20 Jan 1878
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Howard Louis Bailey
ChartsHoward Louis Bailey Family Tree
Last Edited20 May 2016
Birth*Rosetta Brower was born 12 January, 1821 or 1822, at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York.6,7,8,9,5,4 
(with Parents) MovedCirca 1830, Rosetta Brower probably moved to Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, with her parents Mary Doughty and Charles Nazareth Brower.10,11 
(daughter 5-9) Census1830FedUSShe is probably the female age 5 to 9 listed in the household of her father, Charles Nazareth Brower, in the 1830 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.12 
Marriage*She married William L. Parmalee, son of (?) Parmalee and Cinderella (?), before 1 June 1840 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.13,14,6,7,8,15,9,5,3,16 
(wife 20-29) Census1840FedUSShe is probably the female age 20 to 29 listed in the household of her husband, William L. Parmalee, in the 1840 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, although it is likely she was only 18 or 19 at the time.13 
Birth of SonHer son Charles W. Parmalee was born in October 1840 at New York.14,17 
Birth of DaughterHer daughter Ida J. Parmalee was born on 24 August 1842 at Ulster County, New York.18,19,20,21,5,22,14 
Census1850FedUS*She and William L. Parmalee appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, enumerated 3 September 1850. Their children Charles W. and Ida J. were listed as living with them. There is a family in the same building headed by a woman named Cinda R. Parmalee, age 56, born in CT, who may have been William's mother.14,23 
Birth of DaughterHer daughter Harriet Louisa Parmalee was born in October 1851 at Kings County, New York.6,24,8,25,26,27 
Census1860FedUS*She and William L. Parmalee appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, enumerated 28 June 1860. Their children Ida J. and Harriet Louisa were listed as living with them.6 
Name Variation As of 28 June 1860, Rosetta Brower was also known as Rosetta Parmlee.6 
Census1865StateSimUS*She and William L. Parmalee appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 1 June 1865, in which the family name was spelled Parmale. Their daughter Harriet Louisa was listed as living with them. They owned a framed house worth $2000.24 
(Heir) WillShe was named an heir in the will of her father Charles Nazareth Brower dated 12 March 1866 at Ulster County, New York.3 
Census1870FedUS*She and William L. Parmalee appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 15 July 1870, The families on either side in the enumeration are those of Charles Augustus and Ida J. Parmalee Bailey, and of James W. and Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey (whose household included Abigail Loveless). Also shown on the same census page is Rosetta's mother, Mary Doughty Brower, age 80. Their daughter Harriet Louisa was listed as living with them.8 
Death of DaughterHer daughter Ida J. Parmalee died on 2 February 1874 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, at age 31.5,28,29,30 
Census1875StateSimUS*She and William L. Parmalee appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlboro, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 28 June 1875. Their daughter Harriet Louisa was listed as living with them, as was their grandson William Augustus Parmalee and granddaughter Maud O. Smith. They owned a framed house worth $3000.15 
Census1880FedUS*She and William L. Parmalee appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.. Their grandson William Augustus Parmalee Bailey was listed as living with them. Note that William Parmalee was identified as W.S. Parmalee instead of W.L. Parmalee.9 
Illness*She was ill with Parkinson's Disease between 1882 and 1890.4 
Residence*She lived on 14 January 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.31 
Death*She died on 14 January 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, at age 68; the cause of death was given as Paralysis Agitans (Parkinson's).16,4 
Burial*She was buried at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.29,4 
Will*She left a will proved 10 February 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.3,31 

Family

William L. Parmalee b. c 1819, d. 14 Dec 1893
Children

Citations

  1. [S38] Charles H. Cochrane, History of the Town of Marlborough, p. 128.
  2. [S52] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Walter Bailey Adams, 28 January 1939.
  3. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  4. [S192] Register of Deaths in the Town of Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Entry for Rosetta Parmalee, 14 January 1890, no. 395.
  5. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  6. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmlee, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, dwelling 1157, family 1389, district 3, ward 11, written page 202, printed page 696, roll M653-770, enumerated 28 June 1860.
  7. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1, page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.
  8. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Parmalee, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 424, family 476, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  9. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of W. S. Parmalee, dwelling 35, family 45, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, page 4D (printed page 470), roll T9-941, enumerated June 7th and 8th, 1880.
  10. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of Charles N. Brower; Election District 1, dwelling 16, family 22.
  11. [S38] Charles H. Cochrane, History of the Town of Marlborough, p. 181-182.
  12. [S490] Census of 1830 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Brower, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, page 282B.
  13. [S496] Census of 1840 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Parmelee, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY [note that Ancestry.com has this page indexed under New Paltz, but this is incorrect], written page 86, printed page 43, roll 346.
  14. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1378, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  15. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee; first election district, dwelling 2609, family 294.
  16. [S178] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 10 March 1999.
  17. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles W. Parmalee, 668 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 26, family 49, supervisor's district 2, ED 119, page 3A, roll T623-1048, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  18. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmlee, Brooklyn, NY, dwelling 1157, family 1389, district 3, ward 11, written page 202, printed page 696, roll M653-770.
  19. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of Augustus Bailey; Election District 1, page 30, dwelling 189, family 214.
  20. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Election District 1; p. 42, Section V: Marriages that have occurred during the year ending June 1, 1865.
  21. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106.
  22. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough.
  23. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cinda Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1380, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  24. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1, page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.
  25. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus Smith, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 92, family 115, ED 164, written page 9, printed page 473, roll T9-941, enumerated 12 June 1880.
  26. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 330 3rd Avenue, Lansingburgh, Rensselear County, New York, 4th ward, dwelling [57 or 58], family 79, supervisor's district 4, ED 42, page 4A, roll T623-1150, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  27. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 22 Eighth Street, Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, dwelling 233, family 359, supervisor's district 6, ED 75, ward 15, page 14A, roll T624-1071, enumerated 30 April 1910.
  28. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; Pension # 24687.
  29. [S220] Email, William Staples to Margaret May Bailey, 17 June 1999.
  30. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898; Certificate No. 24684.
  31. [S354] Ulster County Testators, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ulster/wills/…, Volume Z (1889-1891), p. 431.
  32. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.

James Edgar Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6

#104, b. 14 February 1869
Charles Augustus and Ida Parmalee Bailey with their sons Nathaniel, William and James, enumerated in the 1870 census, Marlborough, NY.
Father*Charles Augustus Bailey1,2,3,5,4,7 b. May 1844, d. 4 Dec 1927
Mother*Ida J. Parmalee1,8,9,10,7 b. 24 Aug 1842, d. 2 Feb 1874
RelationshipGranduncle of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited20 May 2016
Name Variation James Edgar Bailey was also known as Edgar Bailey, and he was apparently known to some of the family as Ed.1,3,11,12 
Name Variation James Edgar Bailey was also known as J. Edgar Bailey.6 
Birth*He was born on 14 February 1869 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York. An alternative birthdate, given in the 1900 census, was February 1868.1,2,3,11,5,4 
(with Parents) Census1870FedUSHe appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, Charles Augustus Bailey and Ida J. Parmalee.1 
Residence*After the death of his mother, Ida Parmalee, in 1874, James and his brother Nathaniel lived with their father. Their brother Louis lived with their aunt and uncle Walter Millard Bailey and Rosetta Cherry Bailey, and their brother William lived with his maternal grandparents, the Parmalees.7,2 
(Witness) Census1875StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer, his grandparents. His father and brothers James Edgar and Louis Smith were also living in the family.13 
(Witness) Census1880FedUSHe appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer, his grandparents. His father and his brother Nathaniel Irving were also living in the family. His brother William was living with their maternal grandparents in town, and his brother Louis had been adopted by their uncle (Charles' brother) Walter Millard Bailey and his wife Rosetta, living in New York City.3,14 
Marriage*He married Emma L. Crosby, daughter of David C. Crosby and Mary L. (?), on 14 February 1889. In the 1900 census, Emma is shown as the mother of three children, all living. By 1910 she was a widow and was shown as the mother of 4 children, three of whom were living.15,16,7,17 
(Witness) WillHe was named as a survivor in the probate of the will of Rosetta Brower on 10 February 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.6,18 
ResidenceHe lived on 10 February 1890 at 161 Greenwich Avenue, New York City, New York County, New York.6 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Edna Augusta Bailey was born on 2 April 1890 at New York.15,19,20,21,7,22,23 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Ellen F. Bailey was born in August 1893 at New York.15,16 
ResidenceHe lived on 14 December 1893 at 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York County, New York.6,10 
(Witness) ProbateHe was named as a grandson and possible heir in the probate of the estate of William L. Parmalee between 1893 and 1895 at Ulster County, New York.10 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, James Edgar Bailey was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.17 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Mabel L. Bailey was born in June 1896 at New York.15,16 
Census1900FedUS*He appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Newburgh, Orange County, New York, enumerated 30 June 1900, as a boarder. His wife Emma and their three daughters were living in the same town with Emma's parents.11 
Occupation*He was a driver on 30 June 1900.11 
Note*Family history notes claim he died in Lincoln Park, Morris County, NJ, in 1946, but his wife is shown as a widow in 1910, and I have been unable to find him in any census after 1900.16,7 

Family

Emma L. Crosby b. 1 Dec 1869
Children

Citations

  1. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 423, family 477, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106.
  2. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey; first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  3. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 19, family 26, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 3, printed page 470, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  4. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915
    Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y.
    [Pension #] 24687.
  5. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898, Certificate No. 24684.
  6. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  7. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  8. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; Pension # 24687.
  9. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898; Certificate No. 24684.
  10. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.
  11. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elmer Burger, [no street address given], Newburgh, Orange County, New York, dwelling 382, family 450, ED 45, page 24B, roll T623-1141, enumerated 30 June 1900.
  12. [S593] Letter, Josephine Adams Bailey to Margaret Bailey Blackburn, c1960 (undated).
  13. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey, first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  14. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 25 Leroy Street, New York City, NY, supervisor's district 1, ED 222, page 23, roll T9-877, enumerated 9 June 1880.
  15. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of David C. Crosby, 90 Overlook Place, Newburgh, Orange County, NY, dwelling 829, family 417, ED 84, ward 1, written page 17A, printed page 119, roll enumerated 11 June 1900.
  16. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of David C. Crosby, 90 Overlook Place, Newburgh, Orange County, New York, dwelling 35, family 75, page 4A, roll T624-1060, enumerated 23 April 1910.
  17. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  18. [S354] Ulster County Testators, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ulster/wills/…, Volume Z (1889-1891), p. 431.
  19. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of LeeRoy Adams, 197 South Street, Newburgh, Orange County, New York, supervisor's district 4, ED 55, ward 3, page 9B, roll T624-1060, enumerated 23 April 1910.
  20. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Leroy Adams, 217 Dubois Street, Newburgh, Orange County, New York, supervisor's district 7, ED 149, ward 4, page 2B, roll T625-1252, enumerated 5 January 1920.
  21. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of LeRoy Adams, 216A Dubois Street, Newburgh, Orange County, New York, dwelling 39, family 56, supervisor's district 19, ED 36-66, ward 4, page 2B, roll 1633, enumerated 4 April 1930.
  22. [S87] Social Security Death Index (United States).
  23. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Edna Adams, 216 Dubois, Newburgh, Orange County, New York, household 121, ward 4, supervisor's district 26, ED 36-87, sheet 5B, roll T627_2710.

Louis Smith Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

#105, b. 16 September 1871, d. 1953
Father*Charles Augustus Bailey12,13,7,6,3,14 b. May 1844, d. 4 Dec 1927
Mother*Ida J. Parmalee12,15,16,17,18 b. 24 Aug 1842, d. 2 Feb 1874
Adoptive fatherWalter Millard Bailey b. 31 Mar 1843, d. 13 Jan 1916; Walter was Louis' paternal uncle2,19
Adoptive motherRosetta Cherry20,2 b. 7 Sep 1846, d. 4 Dec 1934
RelationshipGranduncle of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited17 Mar 2016
Name Variation Louis Smith Bailey was also known as Lewis S. Bailey.8 
Birth*He was born on 16 September 1871 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.13,2,3,4,5,7,6,21,10,22,11 
(Witness) Census1875StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer, his grandparents. His father and brothers James Edgar and Louis Smith were also living in the family.1 
NoteLouis' mother, Ida Parmalee, died when Louis was 3 years old. Sometime between 1875 and 1880 he went to live with his aunt and uncle, Walter Millard Bailey and Rosetta Cherry Bailey, who adopted him. The other boys were split - Nathaniel and James with their father and William with his maternal grandparents, the Parmalees. 
(with Parents) Census1880FedUSHe appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York in the household of his adopted parents, Walter Millard Bailey and Rosetta Cherry.2 
(Witness) WillHe was named as a survivor in the probate of the will of Rosetta Brower on 10 February 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.8,23 
ResidenceHe lived on 10 February 1890 at 86 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.8 
Education*Louis' education was completed as far as the first year of college.10 
Marriage*He married first Mary Georgia Smith circa 1893 Louis and May had a home on North St., Yarmouth, ME.3,12 
ResidenceHe lived on 14 December 1893 at Bartow, Polk County, Florida.8,24 
(Witness) ProbateHe was named as a grandson and possible heir in the probate of the estate of William L. Parmalee between 1893 and 1895 at Ulster County, New York.24 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Rosetta Frances Bailey was born in January 1894.12 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, Louis Smith Bailey was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.25 
Death of DaughterHis daughter Rosetta Frances Bailey died in 1894.12 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Calista Mildred Bailey was born on 30 November 1895 at New York.3,4,5 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Laura Gertrude Bailey was born on 8 April 1898 at New York.3,4,26,22 
(with Father) Census1900FedUSHe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York in the household of his father Charles Augustus Bailey, and Charles' second wife, Frances, along with Louis' wife Mary and their daughters Laura and Calista. Although Louis was described in the enumeration as Charles' son, he had apparently been adopted by Charles' brother, Walter.3 
Occupation*He was a stenographer on 13 June 1900.3 
(Widower) DeathHe became a widower when Mary Georgia Smith died, probably 21 April 1901.12,27 
Marriage*He married second Mary Babbitt, daughter of (?) Babbitt, on 27 December 1902 at New York City, New York County, New York, (Family history notes gave the year of their marriage as 1903.) Louis and May had a home on North St., Yarmouth, ME.12,4,5,9,10 
Birth of SonHis son Charles Louis Bailey was born on 21 January 1905 at East 66th Street, New York City, New York County, New York.12,4,5,28,29 
Residence*He lived on 15 November 1906 at 331 E66th Street, New York City, New York County, New York.30 
OccupationHe was a trade school cashier on 27 April 1910.4 
Census1910FedUS*He and Mary Babbitt appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York, at 1020 Simpson Street, enumerated 27 April 1910. Their son Charles Louis was listed as living with them, as were Louis' daughters Calista Mildred Bailey and Laura Gertrude Bailey.4 
(Witness) MarriageHe attended the wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty on 8 May 1912 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40 
ResidenceHe was probably shown living at 1790 Walton Avenue, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1916. He was identified as a cashier.41 
OccupationHe was a trade school cashier on 9 January 1920.5 
Census1920FedUS*He and Mary Babbitt appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York, at 2292 Loring Place, enumerated 9 January 1920. Their son Charles Louis was listed as living with them, as was Louis' daughter Calista Mildred Bailey.5 
Residence*He and Mary Babbitt lived between 24 November 1924 and 1953 at Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York. Between 24 Nov 1924 and 04 Dec 1927, Louis' father Charles Augustus Bailey lived there with them.42,43,12,15,10 
(Witness) DeathLouis' father, Charles Augustus Bailey, died at Louis and May's home on 4 December 1927 at 154 Edgars Lane, Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.44,45,43,46,14 
Note*On 28 January 1939, Louis was the treasurer of the New York Tennis Club at 808 Ferris Avenue, New York City, New York County, New York.15 
OccupationHe was a cashier for a New York trade school on 5 April 1940.10 
Census1940FedUS*He and Mary Babbitt appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Hastings on Hudson, Westchester County, New York, at 154 Edgar Lane, enumerated 5 April 1940, in a home they owned worth $8300.10 
Burial*He was buried at Riverside Cemetery, Yarmouth, Cumberland County, Maine.12,11 
Death*He died in 1953 at Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.12,11 
NoteFrom at least 1934-1943, Louis Smith Bailey and Mary Babbitt were mentioned numerous times in local papers for their civic involvement. Search the database at http://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html for the name "Louis Smith Bailey", which will bring up both Mr. and Mrs. 
NoteLouis believed he was eligible to join both the Mayflower Society and Sons of the American Revolution.12 

Family 1

Mary Georgia Smith b. 27 Jan 1874, d. 21 Apr 1901
Children

Family 2

Mary Babbitt b. 21 Aug 1883, d. 15 Dec 1963
Child

Citations

  1. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey, first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  2. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 25 Leroy Street, New York City, NY, supervisor's district 1, ED 222, page 23, roll T9-877, enumerated 9 June 1880.
  3. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  4. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  5. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Lewis S. Bailey, 2292 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, dwelling 48, family 144, supervisor's district 2, ED 438, assembly district 8, roll T625-1142, page 6B, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  6. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915
    Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y.
    [Pension #] 24687.
  7. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898, Certificate No. 24684.
  8. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  9. [S510] NYC Brides/Grooms Records Index, online http://italiangen.org/, Manhattan 1902 certificate # 24401.
  10. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis Bailey, 154 Edgar Lane, Hastings on Hudson, Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York, household 151, supervisor's district 25, ED 60-57, sheet 8A, roll T627_2803.
  11. [S704] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Entry for Louis S. Bailey, with photo of headstone.
  12. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  13. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey; first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  14. [S802] The Hastings News,, "Civil War Veteran Who Met Lincoln Dies in Hastings: Charles A. Bailey Carried Home to Marlborough For Burial; Soldiers' Rites at Grave", December 9, 1927, p. 1, col. 2.
  15. [S52] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Walter Bailey Adams, 28 January 1939.
  16. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915; Pension # 24687.
  17. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898; Certificate No. 24684.
  18. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages, 12/18/1893.
  19. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Questionnaire re: family members, dated Mar 30th, 1915 and signed Walter M. Bailey. [Addressed to]: Walter M. Bailey
    2166 64th St., Brooklyn, NY, pension # 924790.
  20. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Questionnaire re: family members, dated Mar 30th, 1915 and signed Walter M. Bailey.
    [Addressed to]: Walter M. Bailey
    2166 64th St., Brooklyn, NY, pension # 924790.
  21. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690.
  22. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 47 Gillis Road, Cradock, Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia, household 415, supervisor's district 2, ED 65-3A, sheet 19A, roll T627-4279.
  23. [S354] Ulster County Testators, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ulster/wills/…, Volume Z (1889-1891), p. 431.
  24. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.
  25. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  26. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 104 Cooke Street, Portsmouth City, Norfolk County, VA, dwelling 150, family 195, ED 183, Marshall ward, page 9B, roll T625-1905, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  27. [S484] NYC Death Search, online http://www.italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp, 1901 Manhattan death certificate #12615.
  28. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles L. Bailey, 194 Davis Avenue, Kearny, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 162, family 273, supervisor's district 7, ED 9-309, ward 2, page 14A, (printed page 106), roll 1357, enumerated 16 April 1930.
  29. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 965 Franklin Street, Melrose, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, household 193, supervisor's district 5, ED 9-356, sheet 9B, roll T627-1613.
  30. [S109] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Howard Tucker Bailey, 15 November 1906.
  31. [S2] Autographed napkin from wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  32. [S448] Howard Louis Bailey, Certificate of Death (July 25, 1995).
  33. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty: State of New York Certificate and Record of Marriage
    No. of Certificate 10607.
  34. [S643] Belleville Nutley Directory 1936, p. 55.
  35. [S644] Belleville Nutley Directory 1938, p. 137.
  36. [S645] Belleville Nutley Directory 1940, p. 134, 502.
  37. [S646] Belleville Nutley Directory 1942, p. 534-535, 856.
  38. [S647] Belleville Nutley Directory 1944, p. 592, 948.
  39. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  40. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  41. [S482] New York City Directory, 1916, page 212.
  42. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Declaration for Pension, December 7, 1925.
  43. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Drop Report, Jan 20, 1928, Charles A. Bailey, 150 Edgar Lane, Hastings Upon Hudson, NY [Pension # 24687].
  44. [S120] Charles Augustus Bailey, Certificate of Death #163566, district 5926, registration #30, (Transcript, Registrar of Vital Statistics, Hastings-on-Hudson, Aug. 5, 1998).
  45. [S121] Interview, Village Clerk and Deputy Manager Susan Maggiotto, 5 August 1998.
  46. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.

Mary Georgia Smith1

#106, b. 27 January 1874, d. 21 April 1901
Last Edited15 Apr 2008
Birth*Mary Georgia Smith was born on 27 January 1874 at Virginia.1,2 
Marriage*She married Louis Smith Bailey, son of Charles Augustus Bailey and Ida J. Parmalee, circa 1893.1,2 
Birth of DaughterHer daughter Rosetta Frances Bailey was born in January 1894.2 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, Mary Georgia Smith was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.3 
Death of DaughterHer daughter Rosetta Frances Bailey died in 1894.2 
Birth of DaughterHer daughter Calista Mildred Bailey was born on 30 November 1895 at New York.1,4,5 
Birth of DaughterHer daughter Laura Gertrude Bailey was born on 8 April 1898 at New York.1,4,6,7 
(Witness) Census1900FedUSShe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, in the household of Charles Augustus Bailey and Frances Calista Wilson, her parents-in-law, along with her husband Louis and their daughters Laura and Calista.1 
Death*She probably died on 21 April 1901 at age 27.2,8 
NoteMary's father was born in Scotland and her mother in Virginia.1 

Family

Louis Smith Bailey b. 16 Sep 1871, d. 1953
Children

Citations

  1. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  2. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  3. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  4. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  5. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Lewis S. Bailey, 2292 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, dwelling 48, family 144, supervisor's district 2, ED 438, assembly district 8, roll T625-1142, page 6B, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  6. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 104 Cooke Street, Portsmouth City, Norfolk County, VA, dwelling 150, family 195, ED 183, Marshall ward, page 9B, roll T625-1905, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  7. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 47 Gillis Road, Cradock, Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia, household 415, supervisor's district 2, ED 65-3A, sheet 19A, roll T627-4279.
  8. [S484] NYC Death Search, online http://www.italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp, 1901 Manhattan death certificate #12615.

Laura Gertrude Bailey1,2

#107, b. 8 April 1898
Father*Louis Smith Bailey1,2 b. 16 Sep 1871, d. 1953
Mother*Mary Georgia Smith1 b. 27 Jan 1874, d. 21 Apr 1901
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited15 Jul 2012
Birth*Laura Gertrude Bailey was born on 8 April 1898 at New York.1,2,3,4 
(Other) Census1900FedUSShe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, in the household of Charles Augustus Bailey and Frances Calista Wilson, her grandparents, along with her parents and sister.1 
(with Father) Census1910FedUSShe appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York in the household of her father Louis Smith Bailey and stepmother Mary Babbitt.2 
(Other2) MarriageShe was the maid of honor at the wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty on 8 May 1912 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 
Marriage*She married Raymond A. Hall on 17 November 1917 at Bronx, Bronx County, New York.3,15,16,4 
Name VariationHer married name may have been Hill.15 
Census1920FedUS*She and Raymond A. Hall appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Portsmouth City, Norfolk County, Virginia, at 104 Cooke Street, enumerated 9 January 1920.3 
Residence*She and Raymond A. Hall lived on 1 April 1935 at 47 Gillis Road, Craddock, Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia.4 
Occupation*She was a saleslady in a furniture store on 1 May 1940.4 
Census1940FedUS*She and Raymond A. Hall appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Craddock, Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia, at 47 Gillis Road, enumerated 1 May 1940, in a house they rented for $30/month. One boarder (Willard G. Smith) and one lodger (Charles E, Wheeler) lived with them. Cradock was built as a planned workers' communty, authorized by Congress in 1918 to service the Portsmouth, VA, shipyards..4 

Family

Raymond A. Hall b. c 1897

Citations

  1. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  2. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  3. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 104 Cooke Street, Portsmouth City, Norfolk County, VA, dwelling 150, family 195, ED 183, Marshall ward, page 9B, roll T625-1905, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  4. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Raymond A. Hall, 47 Gillis Road, Cradock, Deep Creek, Norfolk County, Virginia, household 415, supervisor's district 2, ED 65-3A, sheet 19A, roll T627-4279.
  5. [S2] Autographed napkin from wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  6. [S448] Howard Louis Bailey, Certificate of Death (July 25, 1995).
  7. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty: State of New York Certificate and Record of Marriage
    No. of Certificate 10607.
  8. [S643] Belleville Nutley Directory 1936, p. 55.
  9. [S644] Belleville Nutley Directory 1938, p. 137.
  10. [S645] Belleville Nutley Directory 1940, p. 134, 502.
  11. [S646] Belleville Nutley Directory 1942, p. 534-535, 856.
  12. [S647] Belleville Nutley Directory 1944, p. 592, 948.
  13. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  14. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  15. [S510] NYC Brides/Grooms Records Index, online http://italiangen.org/, 1917 Bronx marriage certificate #4410.
  16. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.

Mary Babbitt1,2,3,4

#108, b. 21 August 1883, d. 15 December 1963
Father*(?) Babbitt
Last Edited16 Mar 2016
Name Variation Mary Babbitt was also known as May Babbitt.1,5 
Birth*She was born on 21 August 1883 at Rhode Island.5,2,4 
Education*Mary completed four years of high school.4 
Marriage*She married Louis Smith Bailey, son of Charles Augustus Bailey and Ida J. Parmalee, on 27 December 1902 at New York City, New York County, New York.1,5,2,3,4 
Birth of SonHer son Charles Louis Bailey was born on 21 January 1905 at East 66th Street, New York City, New York County, New York.1,5,2,6,7 
Census1910FedUS*She and Louis Smith Bailey appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York, at 1020 Simpson Street, enumerated 27 April 1910. Their son Charles Louis was listed as living with them, as were Louis' daughters Calista Mildred Bailey and Laura Gertrude Bailey.5 
Census1920FedUS*She and Louis Smith Bailey appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York, at 2292 Loring Place, enumerated 9 January 1920. Their son Charles Louis was listed as living with them, as was Louis' daughter Calista Mildred Bailey.2 
ResidenceShe and Louis Smith Bailey lived between 24 November 1924 and 1953 at Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York. Between 24 Nov 1924 and 04 Dec 1927, Louis' father Charles Augustus Bailey lived there with them.8,9,1,10,4 
(Witness) DeathMay's father-in-law, Charles Augustus Bailey, died at Louis and May's home on 4 December 1927 at 154 Edgars Lane, Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.11,12,9,13,14 
Note*On 12 January 1939 it was announced in the local Hastings-on-Hudson (NY) paper that Harold E. Babbitt was coming to visit his sister, Mary Babbitt, and to attend an engineering convention in New York City.15 
Census1940FedUS*She and Louis Smith Bailey appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Hastings on Hudson, Westchester County, New York, at 154 Edgar Lane, enumerated 5 April 1940, in a home they owned worth $8300.4 
(Widow) DeathShe was widowed when Louis Smith Bailey died in 1953 Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York.1,16 
Death*She died on 15 December 1963 at age 80.1 
Burial*She was buried at Yonkers, Westchester County, New York.1 
Note*From at least 1934-1943, Mary Babbitt and Louis Smith Bailey were mentioned numerous times in local papers for their civic involvement. Search the database at http://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html for the name "Louis Smith Bailey", which will bring up both Mr. and Mrs. 
Notes*Mary is remembered as having a delightful smile and being a member of the Mayflower Society, New England Women, and the DAR, in which she held a national office.1 

Family

Louis Smith Bailey b. 16 Sep 1871, d. 1953
Child

Citations

  1. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  2. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Lewis S. Bailey, 2292 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, dwelling 48, family 144, supervisor's district 2, ED 438, assembly district 8, roll T625-1142, page 6B, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  3. [S510] NYC Brides/Grooms Records Index, online http://italiangen.org/, Manhattan 1902 certificate # 24401.
  4. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis Bailey, 154 Edgar Lane, Hastings on Hudson, Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York, household 151, supervisor's district 25, ED 60-57, sheet 8A, roll T627_2803.
  5. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  6. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles L. Bailey, 194 Davis Avenue, Kearny, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 162, family 273, supervisor's district 7, ED 9-309, ward 2, page 14A, (printed page 106), roll 1357, enumerated 16 April 1930.
  7. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 965 Franklin Street, Melrose, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, household 193, supervisor's district 5, ED 9-356, sheet 9B, roll T627-1613.
  8. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Declaration for Pension, December 7, 1925.
  9. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Drop Report, Jan 20, 1928, Charles A. Bailey, 150 Edgar Lane, Hastings Upon Hudson, NY [Pension # 24687].
  10. [S52] Letter, Louis Smith Bailey to Walter Bailey Adams, 28 January 1939.
  11. [S120] Charles Augustus Bailey, Certificate of Death #163566, district 5926, registration #30, (Transcript, Registrar of Vital Statistics, Hastings-on-Hudson, Aug. 5, 1998).
  12. [S121] Interview, Village Clerk and Deputy Manager Susan Maggiotto, 5 August 1998.
  13. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  14. [S802] The Hastings News,, "Civil War Veteran Who Met Lincoln Dies in Hastings: Charles A. Bailey Carried Home to Marlborough For Burial; Soldiers' Rites at Grave", December 9, 1927, p. 1, col. 2.
  15. [S802] The Hastings News,, "To Attend Convention", 12 Jan 1939, p. 4, col. 3.
  16. [S704] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Entry for Louis S. Bailey, with photo of headstone.

Charles Louis Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6

#109, b. 21 January 1905, d. July 1974
Father*Louis Smith Bailey2,3 b. 16 Sep 1871, d. 1953
Mother*Mary Babbitt2,3 b. 21 Aug 1883, d. 15 Dec 1963
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited14 Dec 2015
Birth*Charles Louis Bailey was born on 21 January 1905 at East 66th Street, New York City, New York County, New York.7,2,3,4,6 
(with Parents) Census1910FedUSHe appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York in the household of his parents, Louis Smith Bailey and Mary Babbitt.2 
(with Parents) Census1920FedUSHe appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York in the household of his parents, Louis Smith Bailey and Mary Babbitt.3 
Marriage*He married Leona F. Spencer, daughter of (?) Spencer and Anna (?), on 1 May 1929 at New York City, New York County, New York. At one point they lived at 2115 44th Ave., (NYC?), and a photo from later in life is labeled Hollywood, FL.7,1,4,5,6 
Occupation*He was a supervisor at Western Electric Company, where he worked with Howard Louis Bailey and where his wife Leona was a nurse on 16 April 1930.4,7 
Census1930FedUS*He and Leona F. Spencer appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Kearny, Hudson County, New Jersey, at 194 Davis Avenue, enumerated 16 April 1930. This is also the street which Howard Louis Bailey reported as their residence at the time the Depression started.4,7 
Birth of SonHis son Charles Louis Bailey Jr. was born in June 1934 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.7 
Residence*He and Leona F. Spencer lived on 1 April 1935 at Brighton, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Her mother, Anna (?), probably lived with them.6 
Death of SonHis son Charles Louis Bailey Jr. died in September 1935 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 1.7 
Birth of SonHis son Peter Allen Bailey was born on 6 March 1936 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.7,6 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Mary Ann Bailey was born on 28 January 1940 at Winchester, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.7,6 
OccupationHe was a liquid gas shipper on 9 April 1940.6 
Census1940FedUS*He and Leona F. Spencer appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Melrose, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at 965 Franklin Street, enumerated 9 April 1940, where they rented for $35/month. Their children Peter Allen and Mary Ann were listed as living with them, as was Leona's widowed mother, Anna (?)6 
Death*He died in July 1974 at Hollywood, Broward County, Florida, at age 69.8 
Notes*Charles attended the University of Illinois (Howard Louis Bailey throught the Babbitt family was connected with the university). Howard and his sister Peggy Bailey Blackburn recalled that Charlie was charming, spoiled and fun. He could make his ears wiggle. There was also the time he took the fuses out of the fuse box and put his fingers in instead. He liked Lionel trains.7,1 

Family

Leona F. Spencer b. 13 Apr 1907, d. 8 Nov 2000
Children

Citations

  1. [S169] Letter, Margaret Bailey Blackburn to Margaret May Bailey, 16 February 1998.
  2. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  3. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Lewis S. Bailey, 2292 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, dwelling 48, family 144, supervisor's district 2, ED 438, assembly district 8, roll T625-1142, page 6B, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  4. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles L. Bailey, 194 Davis Avenue, Kearny, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 162, family 273, supervisor's district 7, ED 9-309, ward 2, page 14A, (printed page 106), roll 1357, enumerated 16 April 1930.
  5. [S510] NYC Brides/Grooms Records Index, online http://italiangen.org/, Manhattan 1929 certificate #11781.
  6. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 965 Franklin Street, Melrose, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, household 193, supervisor's district 5, ED 9-356, sheet 9B, roll T627-1613.
  7. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  8. [S87] Social Security Death Index (United States).

Calista Mildred Bailey1

#110, b. 30 November 1895
Father*Louis Smith Bailey1,2,3 b. 16 Sep 1871, d. 1953
Mother*Mary Georgia Smith1 b. 27 Jan 1874, d. 21 Apr 1901
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited21 Nov 2015
Birth*Calista Mildred Bailey was born on 30 November 1895 at New York.1,2,3 
(Other) Census1900FedUSShe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, in the household of Charles Augustus Bailey and Frances Calista Wilson, her grandparents, along with her parents and sister.1 
(with Father) Census1910FedUSShe appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York in the household of her father Louis Smith Bailey and stepmother Mary Babbitt.2 
Name Variation As of 27 April 1910, Calista Mildred Bailey was also known as Mildred.2,3 
(Witness) MarriageShe attended the wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty on 8 May 1912 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 
(with Father) Census1920FedUSShe appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Bronx, Bronx County, New York in the household of her father Louis Smith Bailey and stepmother Mary Babbitt.3 
OccupationShe was a nurse on 9 January 1920.3 
Census1930FedUS*She appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at St. Mary's Hospital, 405-411 West 34th Street, enumerated 10 April 1930, shown as a Sister of Mercy working at the hospital.14 
Occupation*She was a nun and nurse known as Sister Mary Benedict.15,14 

Citations

  1. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  2. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Louis S. Bailey, 1020 Simpson Street, Bronx, New York, family 345, supervisor's district 1, ED 1454, page 14A, rollT624-997, enumerated 27 April 1910.
  3. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Lewis S. Bailey, 2292 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, dwelling 48, family 144, supervisor's district 2, ED 438, assembly district 8, roll T625-1142, page 6B, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  4. [S2] Autographed napkin from wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  5. [S448] Howard Louis Bailey, Certificate of Death (July 25, 1995).
  6. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty: State of New York Certificate and Record of Marriage
    No. of Certificate 10607.
  7. [S643] Belleville Nutley Directory 1936, p. 55.
  8. [S644] Belleville Nutley Directory 1938, p. 137.
  9. [S645] Belleville Nutley Directory 1940, p. 134, 502.
  10. [S646] Belleville Nutley Directory 1942, p. 534-535, 856.
  11. [S647] Belleville Nutley Directory 1944, p. 592, 948.
  12. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  13. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  14. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, St. Mary's Hospital, 405-411 West 34th Street, New York City, New York, AD 3, block B, ED 31-321, written page 13A, printed page 146, roll 1549, enumerated 10 April 1930.
  15. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.

Rosetta Frances Bailey1

#111, b. January 1894, d. 1894
Father*Louis Smith Bailey1 b. 16 Sep 1871, d. 1953
Mother*Mary Georgia Smith1 b. 27 Jan 1874, d. 21 Apr 1901
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited15 Apr 2008
Birth*Rosetta Frances Bailey was born in January 1894.1 
Death*She died in 1894, sometime during the year of her birth.1 

Citations

  1. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.

Charles Walter Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

#112, b. 31 May 1900, d. December 1993
Father*William Augustus Parmalee Bailey1,6,10 b. bt 1866 - 1868, d. 15 Nov 1906
Mother*Mary Boyle1,3,6,10,11 b. 25 Mar 1877, d. 1 Mar 1964
RelationshipUncle of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited21 Feb 2016
Name Variation Charles Walter Bailey was also known as Walter Bailey.2,3 
Birth*He was born on 31 May 1900 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1,2,3,4,5,12,6,8,10,11 
(with Parents) Census1900FedUSHe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York in the household of his parents, William Augustus Parmalee Bailey and Mary Boyle.1 
(with Parents) Census1905StateComUSHe appeared on the 1905 State Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York in the household of his parents, William Augustus Parmalee Bailey and Mary Boyle
Residence*In January 1909, St. Vincent's Home for Boys, where Walter had been living, stopped keeping young boys and he went to live with his mother at 381 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, for a brief period. By the end of January he seems to have moved to The Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn at Atlantic and Kingston Aves. Two extant letters from Walter to Howard Tucker Bailey, his half-brother, read as follows:

(1) 19 Jan 1909, return address 381 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn. Dear Howard, I am not at St. Vincents Home anymore, I am stopping with my mother. I went over to NY Saturday to see Clarence but gramdma [sic] told me that he went to see you. As soon as my mother finds a nice home she is going to put me there. They are not going to keep any more small boys at St. Vincent's they are only going to have working boys. Could you tell me what Home you were in and if its a nice one let me know the address write me a long letter before I leave, from your brother Walter Bailey.

(2) 5 May 1909, return address 1435 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn. Dear Howard, I hope you are well and getting along all right with your work. I am in the Home at Atlantic and Kingston Aves I have been here four months. from your brother Walter Bailey.13 
Census1910FedUS*He appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at the Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, Atlantic Avenue, enumerated 19 April 1910.2 
(Witness) MarriageHe witnessed the marriage of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty on 8 May 1912 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23 
Description*On 12 September 1918, Charles Walter Bailey was described as having medium height (68 in) and build, grey eyes and light hair, and no disabilities.11 
Name Variation As of 12 September 1918, Charles Walter Bailey was also known as Walter Michael Bailey, the name he used on his draft registration that year.11 
Military Draft*He was registered in the military draft on 12 September 1918 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.11 
(with Mother) Residence12 September 1918, Charles Walter Bailey was living at 376 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the household of his mother and stepfather, Mary Boyle and Joseph d'Esposito.11 
Education*Charles completed 3 years of high school.8 
Occupation*He was a shipyard carpenter on 15 January 1920.3 
(with Parents) Census1920FedUSHe appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York in the household of his stepfather, Joseph d'Esposito, and mother, Mary Boyle.3 
Marriage*He married Laura Oram Coriell, daughter of John Coriell and Margaret Oram, on 25 January 1922. Family history states they were married in Brooklyn, NY, but they are not found in the NYC Bride and Groom Index (http://www.italiangen.org/VRECLIST.stm) as of October 2008. It's possible the marriage was held in Jersey City or some other town in New Jersey.6,4,5,8 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Alice Virginia Bailey was born on 24 March 1923 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.4,5,8,6 
OccupationHe was a policeman on 1 June 1925.4 
Census1925StateComUS*He and Laura Oram Coriell appeared on the 1925 State Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 376 Sackett Street, enumerated 1 June 1925. Their daughter Alice Virginia was listed as living with them. Charles's mother and step-father, Mary (Boyle) and Joseph De Esposito, are shown living in the same building.4 
Birth of SonHis son Charles Walter Bailey Jr. was born on 5 January 1928 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.5,6,8 
OccupationHe was a policeman on 4 April 1930.5 
Census1930FedUS*He and Laura Oram Coriell appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Queens, Queens County, New York, at 210-24 113th Avenue, enumerated 4 April 1930, with a home worth $8000. Their children Alice Virginia and Charles Walter were listed as living with them.5 
Residence*He and Laura Oram Coriell lived in 1935 at 210-24 113th Avenue, Queens, Queens County, New York. Their children Alice Virginia and Charles Walter lived with them.24,8 
OccupationHe was a policeman for New York City on 4 April 1940.8 
Census1940FedUS*He and Laura Oram Coriell appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Queens, Queens County, New York, at 210-24 113th Avenue, enumerated 4 April 1940, in a home they owned worth $10,000. Their children Alice Virginia and Charles Walter were listed as living with them.8 
(Widower) DeathHe became a widower when Laura Oram Coriell died in November 1988 Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.25 
Death*He died in December 1993 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 93.12,9 
Burial*He was buried on 18 December 1993 at Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in St. Michael's Plot, Row 73, Plot 23, beside his mother, his stepfather Joseph D'Esposito, and his wife Laura.9 
Notes*Charles was raised Roman Catholic.6 

Family

Laura Oram Coriell b. c 1904, d. Nov 1988
Children
  • Alice Virginia Bailey7,4,5,8
  • Charles Walter Bailey Jr.5,8

Citations

  1. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Bailey, 396 12th St., Brooklyn, New York, dwelling 89, family 174, ED 367, roll T623-1059, written page 8A, printed page 118, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  2. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, 1453/1405 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, dwelling 75, family 117, supervisor's district 2, ED 614, ward 23, page 6A, roll T624-973, enumerated 19 April 1910.
  3. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Joseph E. Esposito, 376 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, supervisor's district 3, ED 453, AD 8, page 16A, roll T625-1156, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  4. [S749] Census of 1925 for New York, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 376 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, block 3, assembly district 8, ED 3, page 36.
  5. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Chas. W. Bailey, 210-24 113th Avenue, Queens, New York, dwelling 58a, family 59a, assembly district 4, ED 1257, page 3B, roll 1601, enumerated 4 April 1930.
  6. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  7. [S169] Letter, Margaret Bailey Blackburn to Margaret May Bailey, 16 February 1998.
  8. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles W. Bailey, 210-24 113th Ave., Queens, Queens County, New York, household 41, supervisor's district 45, ED 41-1002, sheet 2B, roll T627_2741.
  9. [S793] CCBRKLYN Locate, online http://www.ccbklyn.org/information-news/locate-a-loved-one/, Entry for Charles W. Bailey, 18 December 1993.
  10. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Charles Walter Bailey, 31 May 1900.
  11. [S481] WWI Draft Reg Cards, Entry for Walter Michael Bailey.
  12. [S87] Social Security Death Index (United States).
  13. [S464] Howard Tucker Bailey - Correspondence, Two letters from Charles Walter Bailey addressed to Howard at 8 Colonial Terrace, Belleville, NJ, 19 Jan 1909 and 5 May 1909.
  14. [S2] Autographed napkin from wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  15. [S448] Howard Louis Bailey, Certificate of Death (July 25, 1995).
  16. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty: State of New York Certificate and Record of Marriage
    No. of Certificate 10607.
  17. [S643] Belleville Nutley Directory 1936, p. 55.
  18. [S644] Belleville Nutley Directory 1938, p. 137.
  19. [S645] Belleville Nutley Directory 1940, p. 134, 502.
  20. [S646] Belleville Nutley Directory 1942, p. 534-535, 856.
  21. [S647] Belleville Nutley Directory 1944, p. 592, 948.
  22. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  23. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  24. [S161] Letter, Margaret Bailey Blackburn to Margaret May Bailey, 1998.
  25. [S793] CCBRKLYN Locate, online http://www.ccbklyn.org/information-news/locate-a-loved-one/, Entry for Laura Bailey, 4 November 1988.

Frances Calista Wilson1,2

#113, b. 3 July 1848, d. 5 December 1923
Father*(?) Wilson2
Last Edited17 Mar 2016
Name Variation Frances Calista Wilson was also known as Calista Wilson. 
Birth*She was born on 3 July 1848 at New York.3,4,5,6,7 
Marriage*She married Charles Augustus Bailey, son of James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer, on 24 February 1884 at New York City, New York County, New York. They had no children. This was Frances' first marriage. Stephen Merritt officiated.8,9,4,10,7,3,5,2 
ResidenceShe and Charles Augustus Bailey lived in 1890 at 74 Horatio Street, New York City, New York County, New York.11 
(Witness) NoteShe was a witness when Elizabeth Bloomer filed a Declaration for a Widow's Pension on 31 January 1893.12 
ResidenceShe and Charles Augustus Bailey lived on 19 March 1896 at 74 Horatio Street, New York City, New York County, New York.13 
ResidenceShe and Charles Augustus Bailey lived on 7 May 1898 at 325 West 13th Street, New York City, New York County, New York.8 
Census1900FedUS*She and Charles Augustus Bailey appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 35 Bank Street, enumerated 13 June 1900. Charles' son Louis Smith Bailey was listed as living with them, along with his wife Mary Georgia Smith and their children Laura Gertrude Bailey and Calista Mildred Bailey. Louis S. Bailey is described here as Charles' son, although he was apparently adopted by Walter Millard Bailey, Charles' brother.3 
Note*On 24 February 1909, Charles and Frances celebrated their 25th anniversary with an open house at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York, from 8-12 in the evening.14 
Census1910FedUS*She and Charles Augustus Bailey appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 81 Jane Street, enumerated 21 April 1910. Charles' grandson Clarence William Bailey was shown as living with them. In 1911 and 1912 Charles' grandson Howard Tucker Bailey was also shown living with them at this address..7 
Residence*She and Charles Augustus Bailey lived on 1 January 1911 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York. Charles' grandson Clarence William Bailey lived with them.15 
(Witness) MarriageShe and her husband, Charles Augustus Bailey, hosted the wedding of Charles' grandson Clarence William Bailey to Josephine Adams on 1 January 1911 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.16,17,18,10,19,20,15 
(Witness) MarriageShe and Charles hosted the wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty on 8 May 1912 at their home at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30 
ResidenceShe and Charles Augustus Bailey lived on 19 May 1914 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.31 
ResidenceShe and Charles Augustus Bailey lived on 6 April 1915 at 2327 Walton Avenue, New York City, New York County, New York.9 
ResidenceShe and Charles Augustus Bailey lived in 1916 at 2327 Walton Avenue, New York City, New York County, New York.32 
MovedIn November 1918, Frances Calista Wilson and Charles Augustus Bailey moved to Kingston, Ulster County, New York. (Frances died there in December 1923, and Charles stayed until November, 1924.)33 
Census1920FedUS*She and Charles Augustus Bailey appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, at 39 Tietjen Avenue, enumerated 15 January 1920. They owned their home and had a mortgage.5 
ResidenceShe and Charles Augustus Bailey lived on 5 December 1923 at 39 Tietjen Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York.2 
Death*She died on 5 December 1923 at home at 39 Tietjen Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, at age 75.4,6,2 
FuneralHer funeral was held from the home at 39 Tietjen Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, on 8 December 1923.2 
Burial*She was buried on 8 December 1923 at Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.4,2 

Family

Charles Augustus Bailey b. May 1844, d. 4 Dec 1927

Citations

  1. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File.
  2. [S803] The Kingston Daily Freeman,, "Local Death Record", entry for Mrs. Frances Calista Wilson Bailey, Dec 5, 1923, p. 20, col. 3.
  3. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 35 Bank Street, New York City, New York, dwelling 106, family 276, supervisor's district 1, ED 94, ward 9, roll T623-1084, written page 19A, printed page 293, enumerated 13 June 1900.
  4. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #17.
  5. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles A. Bailey, 39 Tietjen Ave., Kingston, Ulster County, NY, election district 2, ward 2, dwelling 273, family 344, ED 157, page 14A, roll T625-1271, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  6. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  7. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Bailey, 81 Jane Street, Manhattan, New York County, New York, dwelling #31, family #182, supervisor's district #1, ward 9, ED #173, page 8B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 21 April 1910.
  8. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, [Questionnaire accompanying quarterly pension payment voucher], dated May 7, 1898, Certificate No. 24684.
  9. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Questionnaire for Bureau of Pensions, April 6, 1915
    Charles A. Bailey, 2327 Walton Ave., New York, N.Y.
    [Pension #] 24687.
  10. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  11. [S152] New York City Directory, 1890, online www.ancestry.com.
  12. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Declaration for Widow's Pension, signed January 31, 1893.
  13. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, General Affidavit of Charles A. Bailey, signed March 19, 1896.
  14. [S464] Howard Tucker Bailey - Correspondence.
  15. [S790] New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936, with Images, online https://familysearch.org/, Entry for Clarence W. Bailey and Josephine Adams, Orange County #2422, 1911, vol. 1, image 258 (from county register).
  16. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 146 29th Street, North Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey, dwelling 441, family 769, ED 282, page 38A, roll T625-1049, enumerated 9 March 1920.
  17. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 111 Reis Avenue, Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, NJ, dwelling 73, family 79, ED 2-59, page 4A, roll 1312, enumerated 8 April 1930.
  18. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Clarence Bailey, 111 Reis Avenue, Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey, household 273, supervisor's district 9, ED 2-76, sheet 62B, roll T627-2306.
  19. [S330] Email, Arnold Bailey to Margaret May Bailey, 18 September 2000.
  20. [S594] Email, Denise Roussinos to Margaret May Bailey, 7 July 2008, email is from Skyway Memorial Gardens, Palmetto, FL.
  21. [S2] Autographed napkin from wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  22. [S448] Howard Louis Bailey, Certificate of Death (July 25, 1995).
  23. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty: State of New York Certificate and Record of Marriage
    No. of Certificate 10607.
  24. [S643] Belleville Nutley Directory 1936, p. 55.
  25. [S644] Belleville Nutley Directory 1938, p. 137.
  26. [S645] Belleville Nutley Directory 1940, p. 134, 502.
  27. [S646] Belleville Nutley Directory 1942, p. 534-535, 856.
  28. [S647] Belleville Nutley Directory 1944, p. 592, 948.
  29. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  30. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  31. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Letter testifying to Charles' birthdate inscription in family Bible.
  32. [S482] New York City Directory, 1916, page 212.
  33. [S135] Charles Augustus Bailey, Military Pension File, Declaration for Pension, December 7, 1925.

Walter Millard Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7

#114, b. 31 March 1843, d. 13 January 1916
Walter Millard Bailey enumerated in the home of his parents, James W. and Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey in the 1850 federal census, Marlborough, NY (page 1)
Father*James W. Bailey8,9,10,1,7 b. 29 Oct 1823, d. 23 Aug 1892
Mother*Elizabeth Bloomer11,9,10,7 b. 22 May 1822, d. 23 Sep 1918
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited19 May 2016
Name Variation Walter Millard Bailey was also identified as Walter Milland, William M., and Walter A. Bailey.12,10,13 
Birth*He was born on 31 March 1843 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.1,14,3,13,4,5,6,15,16,11,17,10,7 
(with Parents) Census1850FedUSHe appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.1 
(with Parents) Census1855StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1855 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.18 
(with Parents) Census1860FedUSHe appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.3 
OccupationHe was an apprentice carpenter on 25 July 1860.3 
Occupation*He was a carpenter on 24 October 1861.7 
Description*On 24 October 1861, Walter Millard Bailey was described as 5'10 1/4", with fair complexion, grey eyes, and brown hair.16 
Military*Between 24 October 1861 and 22 July 1865 Walter Millard Bailey served on the Union side during the Civil War. He enlisted and was mustered into Company A of the 7th New York Battery at Newburgh, Orange County, NY, on 24 October 1861, and he reenlisted at Norfolk, VA, on 31 Dec 1863 or 1 Jan 1864. He served as a private and artificer (an enlisted man responsible for the upkeep of small arms), and paperwork accompanying his application for a pension stated that he was disabled by rupture, loss of sight of one eye, deafness of right ear, and piles. Walter was considered deserted from furlough on 11 March 1865, but he returned to duty without trial under the President's Proclamation on 11 May 1865. (This appears to refer to Abraham Lincoln's proclamation of 11 March 1865, which offered pardon to deserters provided they returned to duty by 10 May 1865.) Walter was honorably discharged 22 July 1865, at Albany, New York. for the 7th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery. (an unknown value.)19,20,21,22,16,23,24,25,7 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 19 January 1864.11 
Marriage*He married Rosetta Cherry, daughter of John Cherry and Frances (?), on 19 January 1864 at Portsmouth, Norfolk County, Virginia.11,15,26,13,4,5,6,27 
ResidenceHe and Rosetta Cherry lived between 1864 and 1872 at Portsmouth, Norfolk County, Virginia.28 
Birth of SonHis son Boy Bailey was born on 20 November 1864.15 
Note*Walter and Rosetta's infant son died six days after his birth.15 
Death of SonHis son Boy Bailey died on 26 November 1864.15 
Milit-End*He was honorably discharged on 22 July 1865 at Albany, Albany County, New York.22,29,16,30 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 12 August 1870.13 
Census1870FedUS*He and Rosetta Cherry appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York, enumerated 12 August 1870, with four people who were apparently boarders: J. P. Lewis, C. Aolsworth, Letty Chase, and John Hubocoran (?), an eight-year old boy.13 
ResidenceHe and Rosetta Cherry lived between 1872 and 1916 at New York.31 
OccupationHe was an engineer on 9 June 1880.4 
Census1880FedUS*He and Rosetta Cherry appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 25 Leroy Street, enumerated 9 June 1880. Their adopted son Louis Smith was listed as living with them.4 
Residence*He and Rosetta Cherry lived in 1890 at 86 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.32 
NoteIn 1896 he applied for a Civil War pension.33,34 
ResidenceHe and Rosetta Cherry lived on 19 March 1896 at Bartow, Polk County, Florida.35,34 
OccupationHe was an engineer on 7 June 1900.5 
Census1900FedUS*He and Rosetta Cherry appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Baltimore, Maryland, at 529 North Charles Street, enumerated 7 June 1900.5 
OccupationHe was a consulting engineer on 20 April 1910.6 
Census1910FedUS*He and Rosetta Cherry appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 454 Gates Avenue, enumerated 20 April 1910.6 
(Witness) MarriageHe attended the wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty on 8 May 1912 at 81 Jane Street, New York City, New York County, New York.36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 
ResidenceHe and Rosetta Cherry lived between 1913 and 1915 at 2166 64th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.16,15 
Note*On 31 May 1913 he filed a Declaration for a Civil War Pension.16 
ResidenceHe and Rosetta Cherry lived on 6 January 1916 at 1471 56th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.9 
Illness*He was ill with inoperable sarcoma of the inferior maxilla (the primary bone of the lower jaw) between 6 January 1916 and 13 January 1916 at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.9 
Death*He died on 13 January 1916 at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 72. The doctor was unable to determine the exact cause of death but noted the recent illness.46,47,9,17 
Burial*He was buried on 17 January 1916 at Marlboro Cemetery, Marlboro, Ulster County, New York. The undertaker was Stephen Merritt.9,17 
Notes* It was Walter who found his brother Charles Augustus wounded on the battlefield of Fair Oaks, VA, (31 May 1862) and saved his life (see notes under Charles Augustus Bailey). Walter was a hydraulic and civil engineer, inventor, and carpenter. Peg Bailey's notes indicated that Walter was the engineer in charge of dredging out the Charleston Harbor and the Ambrose Channel in New York harbor, and that he invented the Thomas and Mills dredges. "These were like two ships - a pipe 4" in diameter down the center were lowered to sea, sucked sand and earth, deposited it in hoppers, and then big ships would go out to sea and dump it. His company probably would have had the contract to dig the Panama Canal (they had the low bid), but General Goethals opposed the company, and the Army did the job."48 

Family

Rosetta Cherry b. 7 Sep 1846, d. 4 Dec 1934
Child

Citations

  1. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 407, family 448, page 286B-287A, roll M432-605, enumerated 26 September 1850.
  2. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67, Walter Bailey, age 11, M, child.
  3. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1446, family 1538, page 199, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  4. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 25 Leroy Street, New York City, NY, supervisor's district 1, ED 222, page 23, roll T9-877, enumerated 9 June 1880.
  5. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Boarding house, 529 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, supervisor's district 1, ED 171, 13th ward, 11th precinct, page 13B, roll T623-613, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  6. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Walter M. Bailey, 454 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, supervisor's district 2, ED 582, ward 23, page 8B, roll T624-972, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  7. [S805] NY Town Registers Civil War. Marlborough, Ulster County: Entry for Walter M. Bailey.
  8. [S133] Certificate of Marriage and Minister's Return for Walter M. Baily [sic] and Rosetta Cherry: License: [for] Walter M. Baily [sic] and Miss Rosetta Cherry.
  9. [S134] Walter M. Bailey, Transcript of Death Certificate, dated March 20, 1916 #1289 (filed January 14, 1916).
  10. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  11. [S133] Certificate of Marriage and Minister's Return for Walter M. Baily [sic] and Rosetta Cherry.
  12. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690.
  13. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Wm. [sic] M. Bailey, dwelling 176, family 238, Fishkill (Fishkill Plains Post Office), district 1, Dutchess County, NY, page 28, roll M593-925, enumerated 12 August 1870.
  14. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; District 1: Dwelling 52, Family 67, Walter Bailey, age 11, M, child, born: Ulster [Co.], in Marlborough 11 years.
  15. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Questionnaire re: family members, dated Mar 30th, 1915 and signed Walter M. Bailey.
  16. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Declaration of Pension, signed May 31, 1913.
  17. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2.
  18. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; Dwelling 52, Family 67, Election District 1.
  19. [S38] Charles H. Cochrane, History of the Town of Marlborough, p. 28.
  20. [S39] Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, History of Ulster County, New York, Section II, page 98.
  21. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Department of the Interior, Form 3-1081, Pensioner Dropped. February 3, 1916, Certificate No. 924790.
  22. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, War Department form No. 3-060, January 24, 1896, No. 1172797.
  23. [S127] C. M. Woolsey, History of Marlborough, p 346.
  24. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #28.
  25. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Declaration for Widow's Pension, dated 2/5/1916.
  26. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Questionnaire re: family members, dated August 4, 1898 and signed Walter M. Bailey, pension # 924790.
  27. [S704] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Entry for Rosetta Cherry, with Gravestone Photo: Wife of Walter M. Bailey 1847-1934.
  28. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Letter in witness of marriage of Rosetta Cherry and Walter M. Bailey and in support of Rosetta's claim for widow's benefits, signed April 18, 1916 by Mrs. Maria Jane Webb and Mrs. Laura M. Smith, both sisters of Mrs. Rosetta Bailey wife of Walter M. Bailey.
  29. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Pension Form 3-060.
  30. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Department of the Interior, Form 3-1081, Pensioner Dropped, February 3, 1916, Certificate No. 924790.
  31. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Letter in witness of marriage of Rosetta Cherry and Walter M. Bailey and in support of Rosetta's claim for widow's benefits, signed April 18, 1916. Mrs. Maria Jane Webb and Mrs. Laura M. Smith, both sisters of Mrs. Rosetta Bailey wife of Walter M. Bailey.
  32. [S152] New York City Directory, 1890, online www.ancestry.com.
  33. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, General Affidavit of Charles A. Bailey, signed March 19, 1896.
  34. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, General Affidavit in support of pension applicaton of Walter M. Bailey by Rosetta Bailey, signed Nov. 3, 1896.
  35. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Cover form for Additinal Evidence: General Affidavit of Charles A. Bailey, dated March 19, 1896.
  36. [S2] Autographed napkin from wedding of Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty.
  37. [S448] Howard Louis Bailey, Certificate of Death (July 25, 1995).
  38. [S136] Certificate of Marriage for Howard Tucker Bailey and Margaret Chitty: State of New York Certificate and Record of Marriage
    No. of Certificate 10607.
  39. [S643] Belleville Nutley Directory 1936, p. 55.
  40. [S644] Belleville Nutley Directory 1938, p. 137.
  41. [S645] Belleville Nutley Directory 1940, p. 134, 502.
  42. [S646] Belleville Nutley Directory 1942, p. 534-535, 856.
  43. [S647] Belleville Nutley Directory 1944, p. 592, 948.
  44. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Howard Bailey, 221 Little Street, Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey, household 221, supervisor's district 10, ED 7-15, ward 3, sheet 10B, roll T627-2328, frame 466.
  45. [S477] Howard Tucker Bailey - Military Records, Selective Service Registration Card, DDS Form 1, Local Board 8, 45 Branford Place, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, Fourth Registration, serial number U2104, 27 April 1942.
  46. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Department of the Interior, Form 3-1081, Pensioner Dropped.
    February 3, 1916, Certificate No. 924790.
  47. [S116] Walter M. Bailey, Military Pension File, Certificate #924790; Widow's certificate # 807690, Declaration for Widow's Pension, dated 2/5/1916, filed by Rosetta Bailey.
  48. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.

Marmion Smith Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18

#115, b. 31 July 1847
Marmion S. Bailey enumerated in the home of his parents, 1860 census, Marlborough, NY
Father*James W. Bailey19,16,1,2,3,4 b. 29 Oct 1823, d. 23 Aug 1892
Mother*Elizabeth Bloomer1,2,3,4,19,16 b. 22 May 1822, d. 23 Sep 1918
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited21 May 2016
Name Variation Marmion Smith Bailey was also known as Warren Enumerator error in 1850 census.1 
Name Variation Marmion Smith Bailey was also known as Morman Baily.19 
Birth*He was born on 31 July 1847 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.19,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,17,18 
(with Parents) Census1850FedUSHe appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.1 
(with Parents) Census1855StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1855 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.2 
(with Parents) Census1860FedUSHe appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.3 
(with Parents) Census1865StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.4 
Marriage*He married Phoebe Jane DuBois, daughter of (?) DuBois, circa 1868 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.5,6,7,8,9,10,11,20,17,18 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Anna Bailey was born in May 1869 at Ulster County, New York.5,6,7,21,9,10,11,12,22 
Census1870FedUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 16 July 1870. Their daughter Anna was listed as living with them, as was Cornelius C. DuBois, Phoebe's grandfather, with whom she had lived most of her childhood.5 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Elizabeth Bailey was born in August 1870 at Ulster County, New York.6,7,23,24 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Lillian M. Bailey was born circa 1872 at Ulster County, New York.6,7,25,26,27,28 
Birth of SonHis son James Walter Bailey was born in May 1874 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.6,7,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36 
Census1875StateSimUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlboro, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 28 June 1875. Their children James Walter, Lillian M., Anna and Elizabeth were listed as living with them.6 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Henrietta L. Bailey was born circa 1878 at New York.7,37,38,39,40,41 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Jennie Bailey was born in January 1880 at New York.7,8,9 
OccupationHe was a carpenter on 7 June 1880.7 
Census1880FedUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 7 June 1880. Their children James Walter, Lillian M., Jennie, Anna, Elizabeth and Henrietta L. were listed as living with them.7 
Birth of SonHis son Marmion Smith Bailey Jr. was born on 26 May 1884 at Ulster County, New York.8,9,10,17,11,12,33,42,43 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Calista R. Bailey was born on 26 June 1888 at New York City, New York County, New York.8,9,10,17,11,18 
OccupationHe was a stationary engineer on 7 June 1900.8 
Census1900FedUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 774 Greenwich Street, enumerated 7 June 1900. Their children Calista R., Marmion Smith and Jennie were listed as living with them. In the same house, but enumerated as a separate family, were daughter Anna with her husband John H. Peters and their son Bertram.8 
OccupationHe was an engineer on 1 June 1905.9 
Census1905StateComUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1905 State Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 774 Greenwich Street, enumerated 1 June 1905. Their children Marmion Smith, Calista R., Anna and Jennie were listed as living with them, as were Anna's husband John H. Peters and their son Bertram Peters and Jennie's three children, Lillian Roberts, Ethel Roberts and Charles T. Roberts
OccupationHe was an engineer at a paint works on 20 April 1910.10 
Census1910FedUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 774 Greenwich Street, enumerated 20 April 1910. Their children Marmion Smith, Calista R. and Anna were listed as living with them, as were Anna's husband, John H. Peters, and son, Bertram Peters. In 1900, the Bailey and Peters families were enumerated separately. Here, although they are at the same address as in 1900, they were enumerated together.10 
OccupationHe was an engineer on 1 June 1915.17 
Census1915StateComUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1915 State Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 67 Perry Street, enumerated 1 June 1915. Their children Marmion Smith and Calista R. were listed as living with them, as was their grandson, Ralph P. Prescott.17 
OccupationHe was an engineer in 1916.13 
Residence*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois lived in 1916 at 67 Perry Street, New York City, New York County, New York. Their son Marmion Smith probably lived with them.13 
OccupationHe was an engineer in 1917.14 
ResidenceHe and Phoebe Jane DuBois lived in 1917 at 67 Perry Street, New York City, New York County, New York. Their son Marmion Smith lived with them.14 
ResidenceHe and Phoebe Jane DuBois lived on 12 September 1918 at 67 Perry Street, New York City, New York County, New York. Their son Marmion Smith lived with them.43 
OccupationHe was retired by the time the family was enumerated for the federal census on 21 January 1920.11 
Census1920FedUS*He and Phoebe Jane DuBois appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 67 Perry Street, enumerated 21 January 1920. Their children Anna, Calista R. and Marmion Smith were listed as living with them, as were Anna's husband, John H. Peters and Ralph P. Prescott, their grandson by daughter Elizabeth.11 
(Widower) DeathHe became a widower when Phoebe Jane DuBois died on 13 April 1921 New York City, New York County, New York.44,12 
OccupationHe was still retired at the time of the federal census enumeration on 9 April 1930.12 
(Witness) Census1930FedUSHe and his son Marmion Jr. appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, in the household of John H. Peters and Anna Bailey, his son-in-law and daughter.12 
Occupation*He was an engineer. He and his brother John worked for the DeVoe-Reynolds Paint Company and retired from there "for faithful service."8,20 

Family

Phoebe Jane DuBois b. Oct 1851, d. 13 Apr 1921
Children

Citations

  1. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 407, family 448, page 286B-287A, roll M432-605, enumerated 26 September 1850.
  2. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; Dwelling 52, Family 67, Election District 1.
  3. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1446, family 1538, page 199, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  4. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of James Bailey, page 5, dwelling 26, family 32, election district 1.
  5. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, dwelling 449, family 502, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, written page 59, printed page 540, enumerated 16 July 1870.
  6. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of Marmion Baily [sic], first election district, dwelling 270, family 304.
  7. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, dwelling 1, family 2, supervisor's district 4, ED 164, election district 1, written page 1, printed page 469, roll T9-941, enumerated 7 June 1880.
  8. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion S. Baily [sic], 774 Greenwich St., Manhattan, New York, NY, dwelling 43, family 182, supervisor's district 1, ED 144, ward 9, page 9B, roll T623-1087, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  9. [S748] Census of 1905 for New York, population schedule, Household of Marmion Bailey, 774 Greenwich Street, New York City, New York County, New York, AD 7, ED 5, block F, page 9.
  10. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of M. Smith Bailey, 774 Greenwich Street, Manhattan, NY, dwelling 66, family 266, supervisor's district 1, ED 176, ward 9, page 11B, roll T624-1006, enumerated 20 April 1910.
  11. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Marmion S. Bailey, 67 Perry Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 63, family 286, supervisor's district 1, ED 727, assembly district 10, page 12B, roll T625-1203, enumerated 21 January 1920.
  12. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John H. Peters, 9 Charles Street, Hudson County, NJ. supervisor's district 6, ED 9-183, ward 12, block 1309, page 10B, roll 1356, enumerated 9 April 1930.
  13. [S482] New York City Directory, 1916, page 212.
  14. [S483] New York City Directory, 1917, p. 299.
  15. [S41] International Genealogical Index (IGI), p. 1799; batch/film #7603005; serial/sheet #85, Norman [sic]Baily [sic]; parents: James Bailey/Elizabeth; b. 31 Jul 1847 in Marlboro, Ulster County, NY.
  16. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  17. [S711] Census of 1915 for New York, population schedule, Entry for Marmion Bailey Sr., 67 Perry Street, Manhattan Borough, New York City, New York County, New York, block 1, ED 2, ward 9, assembly district 25, page 6.
  18. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Bailey (identified only as a girl), 26 June 1888.
  19. [S193] Register of Births, Marlborough, Ulster County, NY, Births in the town of Marlborough and County of Ulster during the year ending 31st December, 1847.
  20. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  21. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John H. Peters, 774 Greenwich St., Manhattan, New York, NY, dwelling 43, family 183, supervisor's district 1, ED 144, ward 9, page 9B-10A, roll T623-1087, enumerated 7-8 June 1900.
  22. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Bertram Peters, 49 Brinkerhoff Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, household 84, supervisor's district 13, ED24-186, sheet 5A, roll T627-2406.
  23. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles E. Prescott, 105 Charles Street, New York City, New York County, New York, household 197, supervisor's district 1, ED 90, ward 9, roll T623-1084, FHL microfilm 1241084.
  24. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles E. Prescott, 105 Charles Street, Manhattan, New York, dwelling 22, family 111, supervisor's district 1, ED 149, ward 9, page 4B, roll T624-1006.
  25. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Veatch, 629 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington DC, supervisor's district 1, ED 120, page 14B, roll T623-163, enumerated 16 June 1900.
  26. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James E. Veatch, 1315 North Capitol Street, Washington DC, dwelling 104, [family # not given, shown below family 203], precinct 2, ED 32, page 6A, roll T624-149.
  27. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James E. Veatch, 1315 North Capitol Street, Washington DC, dwelling 167, family 184, supervisor's district 40, ED 33, page 8B, roll T625-205, enumerated 7 January 1920.
  28. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James E. Veatch, 1315 North Capitol Street NE, Washington DC, dwelling 122, family 129, precinct 2, block 670, tract 24, supervisor's district 1, ED 45, page 9B, roll 293, enumerated 9 April 1930.
  29. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, 105 Charles Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 32, family 195, supervisor's district 1, ED 90, page 8B, roll T623-1084, enumerated 8 June 1900.
  30. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Walter Bailey, 714 Greenwich Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 27, family 160, supervisor's district 1, ED 145, ward 9, page 7A, roll T624-1006, enumerated 21 April 1910.
  31. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, 46 Pierce Avenue, Jersey City, NJ, dwelling 107, family 199, supervisor's district 9, ED 264, ward 12, page 9A, roll M1576-14, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  32. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, 28 North Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey; ED 9-187, page 16B, dwelling 204, family 408; roll 1356, image 1095.0.
  33. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, [no house no.] Maple Street, Lincoln Park, Morris County, New Jersey, household 460, supervisor's district 5, ED14-43, sheet 22A, roll T627-2371.
  34. [S788] NYC Marr 1829-1940, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2143225, Entry for James Bailey and Laura Carpenter, 30 Dec 1897.
  35. [S791] NYC Births 1846-1909, online https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282, Entry for Howard Marmion Bailey, 28 May 1905.
  36. [S773] Census of 1915 for New Jersey, database transcription (FamilySearch.org), population schedule, Household of James W. Bailey, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, household 303, ward 12, ED 12, page 13B, line 78.
  37. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Harry Platt, 39 Barrow Street, Manhattan, New York, dwelling 92, family 351, ED 60, written page 16A, printed page 57, roll, enumerated 9 June 1900.
  38. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Harry E. Platt, 68 Congress Street, Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ, dwelling 84, family 295, supervisor's district 8, ED 215, ward 12, page 14B, roll T624-893, enumerated 22 April 1910.
  39. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Harry Platt, 270 Hancock Avenue, Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ, dwelling 155, family 264, supervisor's district 9, ED 254, ward 12, page 11A, enumerated 15 January 1920.
  40. [S459] Census of 1930 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Harry E. Platt, 122 Charles Street, Jersey City, NJ, dwelling 218, family 470a, supervisor's district 6, ED 9-184, ward 12, block 1306, page 17B, roll 1356, enumerated 24 April 1930.
  41. [S681] Census of 1940 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Harry Platt, [no. number given] Harmon Street, Lincoln Park, Morris County, New Jersey, household 440, supervisor's district 5, ED14-43, sheet 21A, roll T627-2371.
  42. [S542] WWII Draft Reg Cards 1942, Entry for Marmion Smith Bailey, U1386.
  43. [S481] WWI Draft Reg Cards, Entry for Marmion Smith Bailey Jr., Serial #2562, Order #1329.
  44. [S484] NYC Death Search, online http://www.italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp

John Henry Bailey1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

#116, b. 1 January 1851, d. 30 March 1929
John Henry Bailey enumerated in the home of his parents, 1860 census, Marlborough, NY
Father*James W. Bailey11,10,1,3 b. 29 Oct 1823, d. 23 Aug 1892
Mother*Elizabeth Bloomer1,2,3,11,6,7,9,10 b. 22 May 1822, d. 23 Sep 1918
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited21 May 2016
Name Variation John Henry Bailey was also known as Henry J. Bailey or Baily.4,5,7 
Birth*He was born on 1 January 1851 (or possibly 2 January 1851) at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 
(with Parents) Census1855StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1855 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.1 
(with Parents) Census1860FedUSHe appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.2 
(with Parents) Census1865StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.3 
OccupationHe was a clerk at his uncle Nathaniel Bailey's glass factory on 8 June 1870.7 
(Witness) Census1870FedUSHe appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the household of Nathaniel Bailey and Frances Miller, his uncle and aunt.4 
(with Parents) Census1875StateSimUSHe appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of his parents, James W. Bailey and Elizabeth Bloomer.5 
(with Mother) Census1900FedUSHe appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York in the household of his mother Elizabeth Bloomer.6 
OccupationHe was an engineer on 7 June 1900.7 
(with Mother) Census1910FedUSHe appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York in the household of his mother Elizabeth Bloomer.7 
OccupationHe was an engineer at a paint manufacturer on 18 April 1910. This was probably at Devoe Reynolds Paint Company (see occupation note at end of entry.)7,12 
Retirement*He retired in 1917 to care for Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey, his mother. On the 1920 census, he was again described as "retired."9,8 
(Witness) IllnessHe attended Elizabeth Bloomer during her final illness beginning on 2 September 1918.9,13 
(Witness) DeathHe witnessed the death of Elizabeth Bloomer on 23 September 1918 at 21 Bethune Street, New York City, New York County, New York.14,9,15,13,16 
Residence*He lived on 4 November 1918 at 21 Bethune Street, New York City, New York County, New York.9 
Note*On 4 November 1918 John applied for reimbusement for expenses incurred in the death of Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey. He stated that he was not married at that time, and family history notes claim he never married.9,12 
Census1920FedUS*He appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of New York City, New York County, New York, at 21 Bethune Street, enumerated 9 January 1920, in a household which included a boarder, Floyd E. Shattuck.8 
Death*Two possible death records have been found in New York City, New York County, New York. The first and most likely, for 30 March 1929, gives a correct age at death of 78 and would explain his absence from the 1930 census. A second possibility, for 27 Feb 1936, gives an age at death of 84, one year younger than he would have been.17,12 
Occupation*He was an engineer and an overseer of highways. Family notes record that he and his brother Marmion worked for DeVoe Reynolds Paint Company and retired "for faithful service."12 

Citations

  1. [S8] Census of 1855 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-93, Household of James Bailey; Dwelling 52, Family 67, Election District 1.
  2. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of James Bailey, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 1446, family 1538, page 199, roll M653-870, enumerated 25 July 1860.
  3. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of James Bailey, page 5, dwelling 26, family 32, election district 1.
  4. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Nathaniel Bailey, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 76, family 165, ward 17, page 20, roll M593-958, enumerated 8 June 1870.
  5. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey, first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  6. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elizabeth Bailey, 152 Lenox Avenue, New York City, NY, dwelling 24, family 236, supervisor's district 1, ED 846, page 9A, roll T623-1119, enumerated 7 June 1900.
  7. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Elizabeth Bailey, 21 Bethune Street, Manhattan, NY, [dwelling number crossed out], family 173, supervisor's district 1, ED 116, ward 9, page 7A, roll T624-1006, enumerated 18 April 1910.
  8. [S480] Census of 1920 for the United States, population schedule, Household of John H. Bailey, 21 Bethune Street, New York City, NY, dwelling 46, household 161, supervisor's district 1, ED 236, assembly district 3, page 8A, roll T625-1189, enumerated 9 January 1920.
  9. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Application for Reimbursement, signed Nov. 4, 1918, made by John H. Bailey.
  10. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey, Family group sheet for Charles N. Brower and Mary Doty.
  11. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of James Bailey; first election district, dwelling 259, family 293.
  12. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  13. [S124] Elizabeth Bailey, Certificate of Death, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  14. [S99] James Bailey, Military pension claim #858,022, Widow's claim #378,894, Pensioner dropped [form], Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions. Oct 30, 1918, Certificate No. 378,894. Class Act. April 19, 1908.
  15. [S100] Application for Reimbursement [for expenses in death of Elizabeth Bloomer Bailey as widow of James Bailey, Civil War veteran].
  16. [S286] Riverside Cemetery, Marlborough, p. 2, #19.
  17. [S484] NYC Death Search, online http://www.italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp, 1929 Manhattan death certificate #9816; 1936 Manhattan death certificate #6658.

Harriet Louisa Parmalee1,2,3,4

#117, b. October 1851
Harriet Louisa Parmalee enumerated in the 1870 census, Marlborough, NY, in the home of her parents.
Father*William L. Parmalee5,6,4,7,8 b. c 1819, d. 14 Dec 1893
Mother*Rosetta Brower9,4,8 b. 12 Jan 1822, d. 14 Jan 1890
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited20 May 2016
Name Variation Harriet Louisa Parmalee was also known as Hattie Parmalee.4,8 
Birth*She was born in October 1851 at Kings County, New York.1,2,8,10,11,12 
(with Parents) Census1860FedUSShe appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the household of her parents, William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower.1 
(with Parents) Census1865StateSimUSShe appeared on the 1865 State Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of her parents, William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower.2 
(with Parents) Census1870FedUSShe appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, in the household of her parents, William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower.8 
Marriage*She married Cyrus D. Smith, son of (?) Smith, circa 1872.3,10,4,11,12,13 
Birth of DaughterHer daughter Maud O. Smith was born in July 1874 at New York.13,10,11 
(with Parents) Census1875StateSimUSShe appeared on the 1875 State Census of Marlboro, Ulster County, New York, in the household of her parents, William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower, along with her daughter Maud O. Smith.13 
Census1880FedUSShe and Cyrus D. Smith appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 12 June 1880. Their daughter Maud O. was listed as living with them, as was Cyrus' sister Eva Smith.10 
(Witness) WillShe was named as a survivor in the probate of the will of Rosetta Brower on 10 February 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.4,14 
Residence*She and Cyrus D. Smith lived on 10 February 1890 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut. Their daughter Maud O. probably lived with them. Two addresses are given for them in Rosetta Brower Parmalee's probate paperwork: 890 Elm St. and 285 Orchard St.4 
ResidenceShe and Cyrus D. Smith lived on 14 December 1893 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Their daughter Maud O. probably lived with them.4,7 
(Witness) ProbateShe was named as a daughter and possible heir and provided information on other family members, as well as serving notice on them of proceedings in the probate of the estate of William L. Parmalee between 1893 and 1895 at Ulster County, New York.7 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, Harriet Louisa Parmalee was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.3 
Census1900FedUS*She and Cyrus D. Smith appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, New York, at 330 3rd Avenue, enumerated 2 June 1900. Their daughter Maud O. was listed as living with them.11 
Census1910FedUS*She and Cyrus D. Smith appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, at 22 Eighth Street, enumerated 30 April 1910.12 

Family

Cyrus D. Smith b. Aug 1851
Child

Citations

  1. [S494] Census of 1860 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmlee, Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, dwelling 1157, family 1389, district 3, ward 11, written page 202, printed page 696, roll M653-770, enumerated 28 June 1860.
  2. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1, page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.
  3. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  4. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  5. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1: page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.
  6. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  7. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.
  8. [S485] Census of 1870 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William Parmalee, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 424, family 476, wr. page 56, printed page 538B, roll M593-1106, enumerated 15 July 1870.
  9. [S10] Census of 1865 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, roll V14-177, Household of William L. Parmale, Election District 1, page 6, dwelling 30, family 37.
  10. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus Smith, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 92, family 115, ED 164, written page 9, printed page 473, roll T9-941, enumerated 12 June 1880.
  11. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 330 3rd Avenue, Lansingburgh, Rensselear County, New York, 4th ward, dwelling [57 or 58], family 79, supervisor's district 4, ED 42, page 4A, roll T623-1150, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  12. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 22 Eighth Street, Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, dwelling 233, family 359, supervisor's district 6, ED 75, ward 15, page 14A, roll T624-1071, enumerated 30 April 1910.
  13. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee; first election district, dwelling 2609, family 294.
  14. [S354] Ulster County Testators, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ulster/wills/…, Volume Z (1889-1891), p. 431.

Cyrus D. Smith1,2,3,4

#118, b. August 1851
Father*(?) Smith2
Last Edited13 Dec 2015
Birth*Cyrus D. Smith was born in August 1851 at New York.2,3,4 
Marriage*He married Harriet Louisa Parmalee, daughter of William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower, circa 1872.1,2,5,3,4,6 
Birth of DaughterHis daughter Maud O. Smith was born in July 1874 at New York.6,2,3 
Occupation*He was a horse trainer on 12 June 1880.2 
Census1880FedUS*He and Harriet Louisa Parmalee appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, enumerated 12 June 1880. Their daughter Maud O. was listed as living with them, as was Cyrus' sister Eva Smith.2 
ResidenceHe and Harriet Louisa Parmalee lived on 10 February 1890 at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut. Their daughter Maud O. probably lived with them. Two addresses are given for them in Rosetta Brower Parmalee's probate paperwork: 890 Elm St. and 285 Orchard St.5 
ResidenceHe and Harriet Louisa Parmalee lived on 14 December 1893 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Their daughter Maud O. probably lived with them.5,7 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, Cyrus D. Smith was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.1 
OccupationHe was a horse trainer on 2 June 1900.3 
Census1900FedUS*He and Harriet Louisa Parmalee appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, New York, at 330 3rd Avenue, enumerated 2 June 1900. Their daughter Maud O. was listed as living with them.3 
OccupationHe was a horseman and race starter on 30 April 1910.4 
Census1910FedUS*He and Harriet Louisa Parmalee appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, at 22 Eighth Street, enumerated 30 April 1910.4 

Family

Harriet Louisa Parmalee b. Oct 1851
Child

Citations

  1. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  2. [S475] Census of 1880 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus Smith, Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, dwelling 92, family 115, ED 164, written page 9, printed page 473, roll T9-941, enumerated 12 June 1880.
  3. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 330 3rd Avenue, Lansingburgh, Rensselear County, New York, 4th ward, dwelling [57 or 58], family 79, supervisor's district 4, ED 42, page 4A, roll T623-1150, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  4. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cyrus D. Smith, 22 Eighth Street, Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, dwelling 233, family 359, supervisor's district 6, ED 75, ward 15, page 14A, roll T624-1071, enumerated 30 April 1910.
  5. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  6. [S118] Census of 1875 for New York State (Marlborough, Ulster County), population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee; first election district, dwelling 2609, family 294.
  7. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.

Charles W. Parmalee1,2,3,4,5,6

#119, b. October 1840, d. 31 March 1915
Father*William L. Parmalee2,3,7,4 b. c 1819, d. 14 Dec 1893
Mother*Rosetta Brower2,3,4 b. 12 Jan 1822, d. 14 Jan 1890
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Howard Louis Bailey
Last Edited30 Oct 2007
Birth*Charles W. Parmalee was born in October 1840 at New York.4,5 
(with Parents) Census1850FedUSHe appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, in the household of his parents, William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower.4,8 
Military*He served in Company U of the 16th New York Heavy Artillery Regiment between 16 August 1864 and 7 May 1865. He enlisted as a private at Newburgh, NY, at the age of 23, and he mustered out as a private at the end of the war at Hart's Island, NY.6,9,10 
Marriage*He married Mary J. (?) circa 1880,and they apparently had no children.2,1,5,6 
(Witness) WillHe was named as a survivor in the probate of the will of Rosetta Brower on 10 February 1890 at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York.3,11 
Residence*He lived on 10 February 1890 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3 
ResidenceHe lived on 14 December 1893 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.3,7 
(Witness) ProbateHe was named as a son and possible heir in the probate of the estate of William L. Parmalee between 1893 and 1895 at Ulster County, New York.7 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, Charles W. Parmalee was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.1 
Occupation*He was a painter on 2 June 1900.5 
Census1900FedUS*He and Mary J. (?) appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 668 Atlantic Avenue, enumerated 2 June 1900.5 
Census1910FedUS*He and Mary J. (?) may be the couple who appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 283 Bergen Street, enumerated 16 April 1910.12 
Death*He died on 31 March 1915 at Kings County, New York, at age 74.13,6 

Family

Mary J. (?) b. Oct 1852

Citations

  1. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  2. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  3. [S157] Email, Virginia Byron to Margaret May Bailey, 1 February 1999.
  4. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of William L. Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1378, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  5. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles W. Parmalee, 668 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 26, family 49, supervisor's district 2, ED 119, page 3A, roll T623-1048, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  6. [S544] Civil War Pension Index, online www.ancestry.com, Application of Mary J. Parmalee, widow of Charles W. Parmalee, #1050864, certificate #823448, NY, 23 July 1915.
  7. [S333] Probate File of William L. Parmalee original fiche: Ulster County, NY, box 325-03, 62 pages.
  8. [S495] Census of 1850 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Cinda Parmalee, dwelling 632, family 1380, 5th ward, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, page 79B, roll M432-518, enumerated 3 September 1850.
  9. [S489] American Civil War Soldiers, Record for Charles Parmalee.
  10. [S535] U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865, Record for Charles H. [sic] Parmalee, roll M551-108.
  11. [S354] Ulster County Testators, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ulster/wills/…, Volume Z (1889-1891), p. 431.
  12. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Parmalee [actual spelling is unclear], 283 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 36, family 79, ED 31, ward 3, page 4A, roll T624-955, enumerated 16 April 1910.
  13. [S484] NYC Death Search, online http://www.italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp

Mary J. (?)1,2

#120, b. October 1852
Last Edited30 Oct 2007
Birth*Mary J. (?) was born in October 1852 at New York.3 
Marriage*She married Charles W. Parmalee, son of William L. Parmalee and Rosetta Brower, circa 1880,and they apparently had no children.4,1,3,2 
(Witness) NoteOn 15 January 1894, Mary J. (?) was named as a defendent in a complaint filed against the heirs of William L. Parmalee in the Supreme Court of New York. See William L. Parmalee's entry for excerpts from the complaint.1 
Census1900FedUS*She and Charles W. Parmalee appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 668 Atlantic Avenue, enumerated 2 June 1900.3 
Census1910FedUSShe and Charles W. Parmalee may be the couple who appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at 283 Bergen Street, enumerated 16 April 1910.5 
(Widow) DeathShe was widowed when Charles W. Parmalee died on 31 March 1915 Kings County, New York.6,2 
NoteOn 23 July 1915, Mary filed for a Civil War widow's pension.2 
Note*Both of Mary's parents were born in Ireland.3 

Family

Charles W. Parmalee b. Oct 1840, d. 31 Mar 1915

Citations

  1. [S27] Complaint filed with the Supreme Court of NY against Albert H. Palmer, et al.
  2. [S544] Civil War Pension Index, online www.ancestry.com, Application of Mary J. Parmalee, widow of Charles W. Parmalee, #1050864, certificate #823448, NY, 23 July 1915.
  3. [S478] Census of 1900 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles W. Parmalee, 668 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 26, family 49, supervisor's district 2, ED 119, page 3A, roll T623-1048, enumerated 2 June 1900.
  4. [S93] Bailey Family History, Handwritten and typed notes and charts, Collection of Margaret M. Bailey.
  5. [S479] Census of 1910 for the United States, population schedule, Household of Charles Parmalee [actual spelling is unclear], 283 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, dwelling 36, family 79, ED 31, ward 3, page 4A, roll T624-955, enumerated 16 April 1910.
  6. [S484] NYC Death Search, online http://www.italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp