Surnames include: BAILEY, BACKUS, GERARD, BRAINERD, SCOVILLE, SMITH, ROGERS, WAGGONER, BOYD, PIERCE, HALLOWELL, BROWN, PLIMPTON, PASSINO, and many more.
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or Bayley, as the name was then spelled, was Jerry's first emigrant
ancestor. He came from England on the ship BEVIS in 1638. He was
one of the founders of Haddam, Connecticut.
JOHN2 BAILEY, son of John 1 Bailey and Lydia BACKUS Bailey, was born about 1656 in Hartford, Connecticut.
EPHRAIM3 BAILEY, son of John2 (John1) and Elizabeth GERARD Bailey, was born 1 January 1690/91 Haddam, Connecticut.
OLIVER4 BAILEY, son of Ephraim Bailey (John2, John1) and Deborah BRAINERD Bailey, the fourth generation in America was a soldier in the French War and the Revolutionary War.
THOMAS5 BAILEY son of Oliver Bailey (Ephraim, John 2, John1) and Hannah SCOVILLE BAILEY was born 11 February 1765, Haddam, Connecticut.
SMITH6 BAILEY, son of Thomas Bailey (Oliver, Ephraim, John 2, John1) and Esther SMITH Bailey was born 03 November 1789, Haddam, Middlesex, CT, and died 07 June 1862, Davis Co., Iowa. He was a taxpayer in Canton Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania when that county was formed in 1812.
ORANGE7 BAILEY, son of Smith Bailey (Thomas, Oliver, Ephraim, John 2, John1) and Rosemanty ROGERS Bailey was born 11 March 1811, Canton Twp., Bradford Co., PA, and died June 18, 1905 in Davis Co., IA. He had 20 children from two wives. He settled in Marion Township, Davis County, Iowa Territory in 1845.
DAVID SOLOMON8 BAILEY, son of Orange Bailey (Smith, Thomas, Oliver, Ephraim, John 2, John1) and Lydia WAGGONER Bailey, lost his leg at the battle of Brices Cross Roads in Mississippi during the Civil War Record. He served with Co G, 3rd Iowa Cavalry.
DAVID JACKSON9 BAILEY, son of David Solomon Bailey (Orange, Smith, Thomas, Oliver, Ephraim, John 2, John1) and Sophia BOYD Bailey, cowboy'd in Nebraska in the 1880s then traveled West to Pioneer a homestead in Kendrick, Idaho before 1901. His wife, Lillian Amanda (PIERCE) Bailey, comes from a QUAKER heritage that traces HALLOWELL and TYSON family lines back to England and Holland before 1683 when William Penn came to America.
FRANK JACKSON10 BAILEY, son of David Jackson Bailey (David Solomon, Orange, Smith, Thomas, Oliver, Ephraim, John 2, John1) and Lillian Amanda PIERCE Bailey, homesteaded in Kalispell, Montana about 1912, and then moved to Idaho in a covered wagon about 1918.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN BROWN, son of John Galloway Brown (Samuel R., Solomon) and Lucy (PASSINO) Brown, who homesteaded and logged in Creston, Montana during the late 1890s. His descendants are still there. His wife was Neva PLYMPTON BROWN
HEAD, COOK, WHITEHORN, SMITH, AVERY, WILKIE, MCNEIL, PROCTOR,
SHAW, MCDONALD, REEVES, AUSTIN, ANDERSON, and STURDY
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