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Note for:   John Bailey,   ABT 1690 - 1733/1735         Index

Individual Note:
     Bailey Britton page 87

2. John Jr. Bailey was born between 1685 and 1695, and perhaps had received his
share of his father's estate before he made his will, and this would account for
his not being mentioned. John Jr died intestate prior to his father's will, and
before 1735. He had married Elizabeth, daughter of William and Sarah
(Eskridge) Carr, about 1710 to 1713 and had several children. See presently.

page 89 We hark back to John (3) Bailey jr. who married Elizabeth Carr, and
who were our immediate ancestors. This John Jr. Died between 1730 and 1735,
and was doubtless a son of John (2) "the Elder," son of Stephen 1, our
Immigrant Ancestor.

A deed, Cople Parish, Westmoreland County Book 8 page 437, Jun 2, 1730, John
Bailey Jr. and his wife Elizabeth Baley and Joseph Carr to Richard Colean, 50
acres to Elizabeth Carr by her father, William Carr by his will, being land
bought of Samuel Earle, land patented by John Earle, July 2, 1661.

Another Deed, Cople Parish, Book 8, page 229, 1733, John Bailey "the elder"
to James Bailey, land in the forrest of Cople Parish, 50 acres, plantation
where Edward Young now lives, between Yeocomico and Nominy, part of a tract of
250 acres sold to EleomasMore, 1679 and his wife Margaret, by deed bearing date
1683 - several exchangess - made over unto Stephen Bailey 1684. The 50 acres
herein mentioned, Stephen Bailey by will of 1697 to so John Bailey, party of
these presents. John "the elder" sees to infer that John Jr was living at this
date; however, he was dead by 1735, when his wife Elizabeth made a deed of gift
to her son William Bailey, "eldest son of John Jr."

Westmoreland County, Virginia Book 12, page 483. May 3, 1737 Elizabteh

Bailey, relict of John Bailey Jr late deceased to William Bailey,
"eldest son" of Prince William County, Virginia 70 acres in the brances of
Nomini. This may have been the 70 acres will to her sister Ann Carr, by their
father William Carr. There mother Sarah Carr willed to her daughters,
Elizabeth Baley and Ann Carr.

June 18, 1737 Elizabeth Bailey, wife of John Baly Jr. and her son William of
Prince William County, eldest son of John Bailey, Jr. Lease to William Lane,
Westmoreland County.

If William was their "eldest son" they had other sons, probably not of age to
sign official documents with their bortrher of according to the law of
Primogeniture in these days, the eldest son had the authority over his younger
brothers and sisters after his father's death. Perhaps that is the reason the
other brothers did not sign the lease.

The names of all the other sons are not definitely known. However, it is
conceded by those who are interested , they wer John, Carr and others,
probably Stephen and James. According to all records of Fauquier County,
Virginia these appear to fit into the picture perfectly.



Individual Notes

Note for:   John Bailey,   1719 - 8 Sep 1779         Index

Individual Note:
     John BAILEY Will Book 1 pages 381 and 382
Will Written 8 September 1778 Will Proved 8 September 1779
In the name of God Amen I John BAILEY of the county of Fauquier being at this time of perfect mind and memory thanks be to almighty Being for his name. I first resign my body to the dust from whence I was taken in hopes of having everlasting felicity with Christ my Savior and what worldly effects that God has pleased to bless me with. I do give and bequeath as followeth. Viz I do give and bequeath to my son Wright Bailey the land that I now live on and all my personal estate. I do constitute and appoint Charles Morehead and Turner Morehead executors of this my last Will and testament and in witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 8th day of September one thousand seven hundred and seventy eight . Sealed and Delivered
Charles Morehead
Turner Morehead
Mary Morehead
Proved 27 September 1779 by the oaths of Charles Morehead and Mary Morehead. Turner Morehead granted certificate for obtaining a probate thereof.



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Note for:   Stephen Bailey,   1625 - 1698         Index

Individual Note:
     CHAPTER 19

STEPHEN BAILEY

(1640?-1697)

ENGLAND/ WESTMORLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA.

BAILEY - BALEY are commons names found all through the northern neck of Virginia. Families to do not always seem to fit together as we would like; therefore,
We have a family time line at the end of this chapter to help organize Bailey records.

First I want to admit that family connections on the Bailey family may be incorrect.
Understandably there are differing opinions on how these family are related. We hope that researchers can take this information and improve upon this record.
Thanks to Ruth and Sam Sparacio new records have come to light which may help in understanding the Bailey Family.

BAILEY HISTORY & GENEALOGY by T.H. BAILEY, Kingsport, Tenn 1962
929.273 - B15116 Call Letters
The Northern Virginia Bailey Section of the book is titled Bailey - Britton; hence we see the book sourced as Bailey - Britton

Stephen BAILEY and Ann JEFFERS
       
1a. Stephen BAILEY was born about 1630 in England or early Virginia. . Stephen married Ann
        JEFFERS 21 May 1660 in Gloucestershire, England. written in 1697 and proved in 1698 in
        Cople Parish, Westmorland County, Virginia
   
        Ann wife of William Walker was insulting someone in 1646 she must have been born some time
        before 1630. Ann is not mentioned in the Will of Stephen, we must assume that Anne died before
        1697.

        Stephen BAILEY married Ann 21 May 1661 (Ann was the widow of William WALKER in
        Northumberland County, Virginia

Children of Stephen BAILEY and Ann JEFFERS
       
        2a. Stephen BAILEY Junior was born before 1661 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He died
        before 1697 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        3a. Ann BAILEY
       
        2b. John BAILEY Senior was born about 1664 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He married
        Elizabeth WALKER about 1685 in Westmorland County, Virginia. John died about 1736
        in Westmorland County, Virginia.
    
        2c. Anne BAILEY was born about 1666 in Westmorland County, Virginia. She married a Mr.
        SMITH.

        2d. William BAILEY was born about 1670 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He died
        before 28 Aug 1748 in Westmorland County, Virginia. We do not know who he married. He
        died before 28 Aug 1748 in Westmorland County, Virginia leaving the following children:
        (William did not have male heirs)
        3a. Ann BAILEY married Mr WOOD.
        3b. Mary BAILEY died in 1748 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        3c. Elizabeth BAILEY was born in Westmorland County, Virginia. Elizabeth married
        Hugh DAVIS.

        2e. Mary BAILEY was born about 1668 in Westmorland County, Virginia. She married a Mr.
        SMITH.

        1a. William WALKER married Ann JEFFERS (Ann married Stephen BAILEY after the death of
        William)
        2a. Mary WALKER

        Virginia Colonia Abstracts: Northumbria Collectanea 1654-1720.
        JEFFERS
        William. His sister, now wife of Wm Walker, insulted him last November at a funeral
        (See entry Mary Laud. 21st July 1646. 14.86
        William. Petitions that Stephen BAILEY, who married the relict of Wm Walker, deceased has
        In tuition his (Jeffers) wife’s brother. Which orphan, Wm Walker, he “doth much abuse. The
        orphan ordered to remain with Jeffers. 21 May 1660. 1.124.
        William. In df with Step Bailey. Order that Wm Walker, the son of William Walker deceased
        remain with Bailey who married the relict of Walker. Both parties ordered to cease “Lybigious
        vexations and turbulent suites: 21 July 1660. 2.128

WILL OF STEPHEN BAILEY
       
In the name of God Amen. I Stephen BAILEY of the parish of
Cople, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and perfect memory
Doe make, constitute and appoint this my last Will and Testament in
Manner and form following, Imprimis I commit my soul to
God, that gave it hoping through the Merits and Satisfaction only
Of my dear Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to obtain the forgiveness of
My sins and a blessed resurrection to everlasting life, and my
Body to be buried at the discression of my executors hereafter
Named & as for what worldly estate, the Lord hath blessed to
Lend me I give & bequeath as followeth, after my debts and
Funeral paid, Item, I give unto my son John BAILEY all that tract
Of land in the forrest, by Estimation Fifty Acres, be it more of
Less with all houses fences & appurtenances thereunto belonging to
Him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give unto my son William BAILEY all that tract of land whereon
I now live with all houses, orchards, & appurtenances thereto belonging ,
To him and his heirs males of his body begotten forever, and for want of such
Heirs then it is my will that the said Land and all all the appurtenances, be
and remain to my son John Baily and his heirs males forever.
Item. I give unto Anne Smith my daughter, one small Iron Port and a
wearever pann and my gray mare, branded S. B. to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give unto Ann Bailey daughter of Stephen Bailey deceased one heifer
Called Doll, and all her female increase, the said Heifer to be and remain in
the hands of John BAILEY and delivered with all the increase to the said
Anne at 16 years of age or day of marriage which first happens and the male
increase to John Bailey for his trouble; but in case the said Anne die before the
said Time, then the said Heifer & increase to be divided among John Bailey’s children,

Item. I give unto Mary Walker daughter of William Walker deceased. One heifer
named Moll & all her increase to her & her heirs or assigns forever to be delivered to
her immediately after my death.

Item. I give unto my daughter Mary Smith one shilling.

Item. I give unto my son John Bailey, Anne Smith & William Bailey all the
Residue of my personal Estate whatsoever, to be equally divided amongst them
at their own discression immediately after my decease, Lastly I make constitute and
appoint my loving sons John Bailey and William Bailey Exors. Of this my last will and
Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my ___ & Seale the 8th day of
December1697.

Sealed & published in presence Stephen Baly (Seal)
Of us
       Henry Rosse
       Samll Damanville
       Thomas Bee

Westmorland Set. At a court held for the County the 23rd day of February 1697.
The Last Will and Testament of Stephen Baily was this day proved by the Oath of the witnesses thereto subscribed , and a probate thereof granted to John Bailey and William Bailey the Executors therein named, & or to be Recorded.
Recorded Deed Book No 2, at page 129
Teste James Westcomb C.W.C.
Signed Albert Stuart
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Westmorland County State of Virginia.

John BAILEY and Elizabeth WALKER

2b. John BAILEY Senior was born about 1664 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He married
        Elizabeth (Walker ???) about 1685 in Westmorland County, Virginia. John died about 1736
        in Westmorland County, Virginia. Elizabeth died before John. We know that his son James
        was taking care of him in his last days.
        3a. Stephen BAILEY not mentioned in his father’s will. His name does appear in a probate
        court record.
       
        3b. Miss BAILEY was born about 1689 in Westmorland County, Virginia. She
        married Edward YOUNG.

        3c. John BAILEY Junior was born about 1690 in Westmorland County, Virginia
        John married Elizabeth CARR about 1719 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        John died between 1733 and 1735 in Westmorland County, Virginia. John died before
        his father
       
        3d. James BAILEY was born about 1705 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        Probably died with out children and with out a will.
       
        3e. Carr BAILEY (T.H. BAILEY believed that John and Elizabeth had son named Carr)
        Bailey Britton page 90. No Documentation.
       

JOHN BAILEY SENIOR OF WESTMORLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA

        3c. John BAILEY Senior was born about 1690 in Westmorland County, Virginia. John
        married Elizabeth CARR about 1719 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He died
        between 1733 and 1735 in Westmorland County, Virginia. Elizabeth CARR was
        born about 1690 the daughter of William CARR and Sarah ESKRIDGE. John BAILEY
        died before his father. Elizabeth BAILEY of Cople Parish, Westmorland County, Virginia.

        Elizabeth CARR BAILEY died after 3 May 1737 in Prince William County, Virginia.

        4a. William BAILEY was born about 1719 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        He lived in Prince William County, Virginia where his mother gave him land on
        the branches of Nomini. William BAILEY was probably the first of the family to come
        to Prince William County, Virginia. 4b. John BAILEY Junior was born about 1723 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        John BAILEY married Catherine WRIGHT daughter of Joseph WRIGHT
        John BAILEY left his will dated 8 Sep 1778 and proved 27 Sep 1779
        5a. Wright BAILEY
        5b. John BAILEY
        NOTE: Joseph WRIGHT left a will dated 5 Nov 1759 and proved 27 Mar 1760 in
        which he mentions daughters Hester JACKMAN, Mary RUSSELL,
        and Catherine BAILEY

        4c. Carr BAILEY was born about 1726 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He
        married Mary MINTER about 1753 probably in Prince William County, Virginia.
        Carr BAILEY died about 6 Oct 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        4d. Stephen BAILEY was born 11 Jun 1729 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
       
        4e. James BAILEY
       
        Westmorland County, Virginia Deed Book 8 page 229 dated 1733.
        John BAILEY “The Elder” of Cople Parish to James BAILEY, land in the Forrest of Cople
        Parish, 50 acres, plantation whereupon Edward Young now lives between Yeocomoco
        and Nominy, part of a tract of 250 acres sold to Elomas More, 1679, and his wife Margaret
        bearing date of 1683. The 50 acres herein mentioned Stephen BAILY by will to his
        son John BAILEY, party of this party presents. (John “the elder” seems to infer that
        John Junior was living at this date; however, was dead by 1735, when his wife Elizabeth
        made a deed of gift to William BAILEY the eldest son of John Junior. Bailey - Britton
       
    
        Westmorland County, Virginia Deed Book 8, page 437, June 2, 1730
        Between John BAILEY, Junior and Elizabeth his wife and Joseph CARR, to Richard
        COLEMAN of the second part, 51 acres devised to Elizabeth CARR by her father
        William CARR, purchased from Samuel EARLE by her father William CARR, part of
        a patent of 300 acres granted to John EARLE dated July 2, 1661 (This property became
        the property of Stephen BAILEY) Mr. Thomas H. BAILEY says it was still in the
        hand of his descendants. Bailey - Britton

        Westmorland Co. Va. Book 12, p 483, May 3, 1737
       
        Elizabeth BAILEY relict of John BAILEY Jr. late deceased, to William BAILEY, eldest son
        of Prince William County, Virginia. 70 acres in the branches of Nominy.

        June 18, 1737, Elizabeth BAILEY, wife of John Baly Jr., and her son William of Prince
        William County, eldest son of John BAILEY junior, Lease to William LANE, Westmorland
        County, Virginia.

        John BAILEY Jr. and Elizabeth (Carr) BAILEY had several children, from all deeds etc. it
        appears they left Westmorland County, and went to Prince William County, Virginia about
        1730’s or a little later. When Fauquier County, Virginia, was cut off from Prince William in
        1759 this BAILEY settlement was in Fauquier County, about 5 to 10 miles northeast of
        Warrenton, the county seat, between Broad Runn and Cedar Run, branches of Acoquan Creek.
        Some of their farms were part in Fauquier and part in Prince William County.

        Westmorland County, Virginia Book 12 page 483, dated 3 May 1737
        Elizabeth BAILEY, relict of John BAILEY late deceased, to William BAILEY, eldest son,
        of Prince William County, Virginia 70 acres in the branches of Nomini.
       
CHILDREN OF John BAILEY and Elizabeth CARR

        4a. William BAILEY was born about 1719 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        He lived in Prince William County, Virginia where his mother gave him land on
        the branches of Nomini. William BAILEY was probably the first of the family to come
        to Prince William County, Virginia.
        William Bailey married Elizabeth Blowers, dau of John Blowers who migrated to NC
        previous to 1745. Elizabeth died before Oct 1765 (there was a deed in Westmoreland
        County that notes that John Bailey and his wife Elizabeth and his father William sell to
        Peter McClanahan land that Elizabeth had inherited from her father) John is noted in
        deed as heir at law of Elizabeth.
    
        Book B part 2, 14 May 1734 Indenture between Thomas WALLACE of Prince
        William County, Virginia and William Bailey 294 acres in Parish of Hamilton.
        He probably married the daughter of John BLOWERS of St Marys Parish
        Caroline County, Virginia Book 1 page 5-6-7 dated 29 Nov 1745. John BLOWERS
        later moved to Stafford County, Virginia.

        Information on William BAILEY and Elizabeth BLOWERS proved by Suzy .
       
Children of William BAILEY and Elizabeth BLOWERS
   
        5a. William Bailey born about 1730 based on extrapolation only married. Ann (possibly
        Newhouse) of Prince William County, Virginia. Although the Bailey Britton book
        suggests there were other children

Fauquier County, Virginia
Deed Book 28 page 30. Bailey, William & his wife Nancy - 6 Aug 1824, 26 Aug 1824 - Deed of Trust- indebted to Henry L. Y. Pope for $203.52 to secure said debt, for $1 paid by Edward E. Cooke & additional collateral of certain tract of land containing 266 2/3 acres with all its appurtenances, situated on Dumfrie Road, adjoining the land of John Kemper, Samuel Fished, Richard McCarty Chichester Senior and stone corner of the Thomas Porter, it being the same property sold o them by Rich Mc Chichester by deed dated 26 Dec 822; he possesed the tract hrough an agreement entered into by Ann F. Chichester, Richard McCarty Chichester & John T. Mason by deed 20 Sep 1815, failure to make good his debt seizure of said property, sold at publich auction signed by Wm "X" Bailey, Nancy "X" Bailey witenss JOhn Kemper JP and Thomas Ingram JP, received by JOhn A.W. Smith CC book 29, page 30

Fauquier County, Virginia
Deed Book 29, page 243 Bailey, William and his wife Nanch 9 Feb 1827, 24 Mar 1827 sale of perperty - sold to James Kirkman for $1650 parcel of land containing 273 acres withits appurtences, situated on the road leading to Dumfries and corner of John Kemper, Samuel Fisher and Richard M. Chichester, it being the same property sold to them by two deds of sale from Richard McCarty Chichester Junior, and his wife (not named) dated 26 Dec 1822, signed by Wm "X" Bailey nad Nancy "X" Bailey witnes John Kemper JP & Thomas Ingram JP received by John A.W. Smith CC; Book 29, page 243.

        6a. William born 1757 Prince William d 28 Jun 1832 Culpeper County VA married
        Nancy Newby 11 Feb 11 1782 Fauquier County alive 1743 in Culpeper County
        Va. This William is the one found in the American Revolution. He enlisted 1776
        served at battles Brandywine and Germantown as well as wintering in Valley
        Forge. He served the latter part of his 3 year enlistment at Fort Pitt. He
        served in Simon Morgan’s Co under Capt Russell
        7a Presley Bailey b about 1787 lived in Culpeper County VA
        7b Armistead Bailey b about 1787 probable twin of Presley
        7c Tomblin Bailey b 1789 d. Sept 1855 Fauquier County married Ann
        Claggett born 1806 died before 1876 in Fauquier County, daughter of Dr.
        Samuel CLAGGETT and Ann Ramey of Fauquier County VA. (in the 1850
        census there are 2 Williams and a Lafe I do not know who the parents of the
        younger Wm is nor the parents of Lafe
        8a. Robert Bailey born 1826 married Maria Claggett his first cousin dau of
        Ferdinand and Nancy Sanford Claggett, 20 Aug 1844 .House 298 in
        1850 census. Robert spent a good portion of his life in Taylor County,
        West Virginia
        9a. James Henry Bailey b 1845
        9b. Robert Richard Bailey b 1846
        9c. Samuel P Bailey born 1847 married 27 Dec 1870 Sarah Ellen
        Allison Fauquier County died 1 Sept 1915 There are other children
        but I do not have their names.
        10a. Lilly Bailey born 9 Nov 1881 married Joseph Thomas Benton
        Rector 26 Nov 1902 died 22 Nov 1939 Fairfax County VA
        9d. Carr W. Bailey born .Feb 1850
        9e. Mary Bailey
        9f. Jennie Bailey
        9g. Josephine Bailey
        9h. Ann Bailey
        9i. Kate Bailey
        8b. William Bailey born 1827
        8c. Sophia Bailey marr. Finks
        8d. Helen Bailey born 1829
        8e. Ann Bailey
        8f . Caroline Bailey married Peyton H. Davis
        8g. Juliet Bailey was married to Mr. Saffle in 1856 may have been
        married more than once
        8h. Mary Bailey married McCormick
        5b. John Bailey married Elizabeth Bannister

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 26, page 99
BUCKNER, Thomas JP and William Horner (JP) 11 Sep 1822, 11 Sep 1822 - Court Oath - they heard the oath of Nancy Bailey (wife of Wm Bailey), she agreed to the conveyance of property by deed from them to Robert R. Wallace for the benefit of Dempsey Padget dated 13 Sep 1820, signed by Thomas BUCKNER & William Horner, received by John A. W. Smith Deed Book 26, page 99.

        4b. John BAILEY Junior was born about 1723 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        John BAILEY married Catherine WRIGHT daughter of Joseph WRIGHT
        John BAILEY left his will dated 8 Sep 1778 and proved 27 Sep 1779
        5a. Wright BAILEY
        5b. John BAILEY
        NOTE: Joseph WRIGHT left a will dated 5 Nov 1759 and proved 27 Mar 1760 in
        which he mentions daughters Hester JACKMAN, Mary RUSSELL,
        and Catherine BAILEY

        4c. Carr BAILEY was born about 1726 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He
        married Mary MINTER about 1753 probably in Prince William County, Virginia.
        Carr BAILEY died about 6 Oct 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        4d. Stephen BAILEY was born 11 Jun 1729 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
       

        4e. James BAILEY
       
        (WILLIAM CARR AND SARAH ESKRIDGE FAMILY)

        1a. William CARR was born about 1654 and lived in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        He married Sarah ESKRIDGE about 1675 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        William CARR died shortly before 24 Feb 1703 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        Sarah ESKRIDGE was born about 1656 and lived in Westmorland County, Virginia
        Sarah died before 29 Mar 1727 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        2a. Joseph CARR was born about 1676 in Westmorland County, Virginia. Joseph
        died before 21 Sep 1741 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        2b. Sarah CARR was born about 1678 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        2c. Martha CARR was born about 1680 in Westmorland County, Virginia. Martha
        married William LANE about 1717 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        William LANE was born about 1793 in Northumberland County, Virginia
        William Lane’s will was written dated 18 Aug 1758 and proved 26 Aug 1760 in
        Westmorland County, Virginia.
        3a. James LANE was born about 1710 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        3b. William Carr LANE was born about 1712 in Westmorland County,
        Virginia.
        3c. Joseph LANE was born about 1714 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        3d. Hannah LANE was born about 1716 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        Information provided by William H. Cahoon, Knoxville, Tenn Bailey - Britton page
        90.
        2d. Ann CARR was born about 1682 in Westmorland County, Virginia. Ann married
        Mr. REMY
        2e. Mary CARR was born about 1684 in Westmorland County, Virginia
        2f. Hannah CARR was born about 1684 in Westmorland County, Virginia
        2g. Elizabeth CARR was born about 1690 in Westmorland County, Virginia.
        Elizabeth BAILEY married JOHN BAILEY about 1719 in Westmorland County,
        Virginia.
        2h. Jane CARR was born about 1692 in Westmorland County, Virginia.

        Westmorland County Deeds & Wills, 1723-1738
        (on Margin: Baileys Release to Lane) 1736
        This Indenture made the fifteenth day of December in the tenth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith & c. And in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred thirty and six; between Elizabeth BAILEY, Widow and Relict of
John BAILEY Junior, deceased of Cople Parish and Westmorland County and William BAILEY of Prince William County, Eldest son of said John BAILEY Junior and Elizabeth of one part and William LANE of the Parish of Cople and County of Westmorland of other part; Whereas Elizabeth BAILEY, widow, and William BAILEY by Indenture for the consideration therein expressed, did bargain and sell unto William Lane all the lands with every of their appurtenances containing by estimation seventy acres scituate on the branches of Nomini River and within the bounds of One thousand acres of Land first granted William BAILEY and Howard Hardey by Pattent (this release continues as in the lease) To have and to hold the land and premises unto William Lane during the term of one year; Now this indenture witnesseth that Elizabeth and William BAILEY in consideration of the sum of Thirty pounds current money of Virginia by William Lane to them paid wereof Elizabeth Bailey widow and William BAILEY doth bargain and sell unto William Lane in his actual possession the aforesaid land. In witness whereof said partiesto these presents their hands and seals interchangeably have set the day and year first above written.
Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of
       Jno Sutton, Jno Freshwater Elizabeth (her Mark E) BAILEY
       Richard (his mark) Hammock William BAILEY
December ye 15th 1736. Then received William LANE the sume of Thirty pounds current money in full consideration within mentioned by us
In presence of John Sutton, Jno Freshwater, Richard (his mark) Hammock

Document continues (not all presented here.)
Know all men by these presents that we Elizabeth BAILEY (Widow and Relict of John BAILEY Junr. Deceased ) of Cople Parish and Westmorland County and William Bailey of Prince William County, son of aforesaid John and Elizabeth, do stand and are firmly bounded and obliged to William Lane of Parish of Cople and County of Westmorland and obliged to William Lane of Parish of Cople and County of Westmorland in the sum of Sixty pounds current money of Virginia ………..15 Dec 1736

Between Elizabeth BAILEY of Cople Parish and Westmorland County, Widow and Relict of John BAILEY, Junior (late of said County , deceased) and William Bailey of Prince William County, Eldest son of said John and Elizabeth, of one party and William Lane of the Parish of Cople and County ofWestmorland of other part Witnesseth that Elizabeth and William BAILEY in consideration of the sum of five shillings current mony ofVirginia to them in hand paid by William Lane, of the Parish of Cople and County of Westmorland of other part; Witnesseth that Elizabeth and William BAILEY do hereby acknowledge the receipt, hath and by these presents doth sell unto William LANE ALL THAT PARCEL of land containing seventy acres be the same more or lese scituate on the Brances of Nomini River in the Parish of Cople and County of Westmorland and within the bounds of one thousand acres of land first granted to William BAILEY part one hundred acres of land formerly purchased by James Coleman of John Pyecraft by deed bearing date the tenth of January 1716 may more fully appear; second day of Mar 1722 gave and devisied to his Son Richard Coleman, who sold the same to the aforesaid John Bailey, Junior and Elizabeth his wife for other lands in exchange as by deed dated the twentieth day of June these seventy acres of land be the same more of less is bounded by the land of the said William Lane, the land of George Walker the land of Peter Smith and the land formerly William Harper.

CARR BAILEY and Mary MINTER
       
        4c. Carr BAILEY was born about 1726 in Westmorland County, Virginia. He married
        Mary MINTER about 1753 in Prince William County, Virginia. Carr BAILEY died
        about 6 Oct 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Mary was the daughter of Joseph
        MINTER and Mary TRAUBE Senior
       
        5a. James BAILEY was born about 1755 probably in Prince William County, Virginia.
        He married Elizabeth WHITE 28 Feb 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James
        BAILEY died about 1840 in Virginia. Elizabeth WHITE was the daughter of
        William WHITE. Lived in Fleming County, Kentucky before 1830 and then
        moved to Mason County, Kentucky.
        5b. Carr BAILEY Junior was born about 1757 in Prince William County, Virginia. He
        married Catherine MARTIN about 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Carr died
        about 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Catherine died in Rutherford, North
        Carolina. Catherine was the daughter of Charles MARTIN of Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        5c. Joseph BAILEY was born about 1757 in Prince William County, Virginia
        married Hannah NEWBY 9 Aug 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Joseph died before Mar 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        5d. Minter BAILEY was born 12 or 19 Jun 1763 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He
        married Nancy Ann NORRIS 10 Dec 1789 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Minter
        BAILEY died in Nov 1833 at Weston, Lewis County, Virginia (now West Virginia.)
        Minter BAILEY married a second time. Nancy Ann NORRIS was the daughter of
        William NORRIS and Hanna BELL
        5e. John BAILEY was born about 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married
        Frances JONES 9 Nov 1791 in Fauquier County, Virginia. John BAILEY died
        19 May 1848
       
        5f. Elizabeth Betty BAILEY was born 10 May 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Betty married John TOMLIN about 1795 probably in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Betty died in West Virginia 11 Aug 1838.
       
        5g. William BAILEY born about 28 Nov 1771 married Elizabeth “Betsy” MINTER 20
        Mar 1789. William married Elizabeth MINTER. Elizabeth MINTER was born10
        May 1771. Elizabeth died 11 Aug 1838 and is buried in the Broad Run Cemetery.
        William died 28 May 1836 and is buried in the Broad Run Cemetery, Lewis County,
        West Virginia.

    
        BAILEY - BRITON page 113
        “When Fauquier County was cut off from Prince William in 1759, this Bailey
        settlement was in Fauquier County, about 5 to 10 miles northeast of Warrenton, the
        County Seat, between Broad Run and Cedar Run, branches of Accoquan Creek. Some
        of their farms were part in Fauquier and part in Prince William Counties.

        White Family Records, Descendants of Peregrine White, son of William and Susanna
        (Fuller) White 1620-1939 by Roscoe R. White, 1939

ABSTRACTS OF THE NORTHERN NECK WARRANTS & SURVEYS FAUQUIER COUNTY 1744-1790, Volume III, Peggy Shomo Joyner.

Carr BAILEY, 12 Dec 1768 - 2 Jan 1769; 57 acres adjoining John Hudnall, Godfrey Ridge, John McGuire, heirs of William Wright, deceased, CC George Green & John BAILEY Surv. John MOFFETT .
      
FAUQUIER County, Virginia Deed Book 3 pages 324-329 3 Oct 1768 Lease & Release. Between John Mercer, Gent of Stafford County and wife Ann, his wife and Carr Bailey, Planter…. 343 acres ….. oak in poisoned Field near the line of Godfrey Ridge east side of a small branch of Cedar in the line of Debutts…L 150 ….. Signed J Mercer, Anne Mercer Wit: Jacob Minter, John Baley, James (I) Baley, Mungo Roy Mercer, Yelnv Peyton. Recorded 24 Oct 1768 proved by order of John and James Baley, Jacob Minter witnesses.
       
Will of Carr Bailey

Will Book 1 page 181 Fauquier County, Virginia 28 May 1771

In the Name of God Amen:
I Carr Bailey of the County of Fauquier, being sick and weak but in perfect sense and memory do make this my last will and testament in manner following Imprimis: I commend my soul to Almighty God hoping through the merits of my Blessed Saviour to receive a happy resurrection and as to what worldly estate I am possessed of I give and dispose thereof in the following manner to wit:
I give and devise to my loving wife, Mary Bailey my whole estate real and personal during her widowhood, and after her marriage or demise my desire is that my land be sold and the money arising there from be divided among all my children or such of them as shall still be living.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son James (after the marriage or decease of his mother) one negro boy named Solomon to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give to my son Joseph (after the marriage or decease of this mother) one negro boy named Daniel to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and devise to my daughter Betty (after the marriage or decease of her mother) one negro girl named Lucy and her increase to her and her heirs forever.
Item: I give to my son Carr (after the marriage or deceased of his mother) one negro boy named Tom to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and devise to my son Minter (after the marriage or decease of his mother) one negro boy named Baccus to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and devise to my son William (after the marriage or deceased of his mother)one negro woman named Sarah and her increase to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and devise to my son John (after the marriage or decease of his mother) one negro girl named Dursley to him and his heirs forever.
Item: It is my will and desire that my children shall be maintained out of the profit of my estate and also after the marriage or deceased of my said wife my whole estate that shall be then left be equally divided among all my children or such of them living, an as the boy Solomon before devised to my son James is sickly my will and desire is that in case the said negro should die before the said division of my estate in that case I give and desire to my said son James one negro man named Bob to him and his heirs forever. And lastly I hereby appoint my wife Mary executrix and my friend George Rogers and Joseph Minter Junior executors to this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other wills by me heretofore made. In witness where of I have here unto set my hand and seal this sixth day of October 1770.
       
X (his mark)
        Carr Bailey
At a court held for Fauquier County the 28th day of May 1771 -- this will was proven by the oath of William Hampton and Charles Morehead witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motions of Mary Bailey and Joseph Minter Junior who made oath and acknowledged bond as the law directs certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate there of in due form and George Rogers the other executor therein named refused to take upon him the further of the execution thereof.
        Teste: H Brooks, C.C.

CHILDREN OF CARR BAILEY AND MARY MINTER

        5a. James BAILEY was born about 1755 probably in Prince William County, Virginia.
        He married Elizabeth WHITE 28 Feb 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James
        BAILEY died about 1840 in Virginia. Elizabeth WHITE was the daughter of
        William WHITE. Lived in Fleming County, Kentucky before 1830 and then
        moved to Mason County, Kentucky.
        6a. Carr B. BAILEY married Sophia probably in Fleming County, Kentucky
        and lived in Layfayette, Missouri.
        6b. Nancy BAILEY married James W. WADDELL
        6c. James G. BAILEY married Eliza BOYD 16 Mar 1833
       
        5b. Carr BAILEY Junior was born about 1757 in Prince William County, Virginia. He
        married Catherine MARTIN about 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Carr died
        about 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Catherine died in Rutherford, North
        Carolina. Catherine was the daughter of Charles MARTIN of Fauquier County,
        Virginia.
        6a. Frances BAILEY of Rutherford County, North Carolina.
        6b. Charles Martin BAILEY
        6c. Carr BAILEY

        5c. Joseph BAILEY was born about 1757 in Prince William County, Virginia
        married Hannah NEWBY 9 Aug 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Joseph died before Mar 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia. I believe that Joseph
        (See below)

        White Family Records indicates that Joseph BAILEY was born 28 Jan 1761
       
        NOTE: In the BAILEY History & Genealogy by T.H. BAILEY Kingsport,
        Tennessee 1962 929.273 B15116 page 116 “According to my theory, the
        Joseph BAILEY who married Hannah NEWBY, was the son of John
        BAILEY and brother to Wright BAILEY.

        Deed Book 16 page 240 Oct 5, 1805 between Joseph BAILEY and Hannah his wife,
        Minter BAILEY and Nancy his wife, John TOMLIN and Elizabeth (Betty) his wife,
        John BAILEY and Frances (JONES) his wife as the devisees, and representative of                               Carr BAILEY DECEASED late of Fauquier Co entitle by the will of Carr BAILEY to
        be equal undivided tract of land , lying in the County of Fauquier. The will says, after
        the death of their mother. NOTE: James and Carr their older brothers are not           
        mentioned here. James having died probably 1772? Carr married Catherine
        MARTIN and died about 1780.

        Joseph BAILEY was the executor of his father’s will.

        5d. Minter BAILEY was born 12 or 19 Jun 1763 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He
        married Nancy Ann NORRIS 10 Dec 1789 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Minter
        BAILEY died in Nov 1833 at Weston, Lewis County, Virginia (now West Virginia.)
        Minter BAILEY married a second time. Nancy Ann NORRIS was the daughter of
        William NORIS and Hanna BELL
        6a. Joseph BAILEY was born 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia married
        Margaret HICKMAN about 1814 Joseph died in 1875 in Harrison County, West
        Virginia. Margaret Hickman was born in 1794 and died in 1835
        7a. Penelope BAILEY was born Apr 1833 in Harrison County, Virginia
        married George W. WAGNER Penelope died in Mar 1915 in Harrison
        County, West Virginia
        NOTE: Information provided by Lois Wiseman Fields, Santee, South Carolina
        6b. Minter BAILEY was born 16 Mar 1799 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        6c. William BAILEY
        6d. James BAILEY
        6e. John BAILEY
        6f. Eunice BAILEY married Mr STUART
        6g. Hannah BAILEY married Mr. JACKSON
        6h. Mary Minter BAILEY

        Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 9 page 81. Jan 28, 1786 from Minter
        BAILEY of Fauquier County to John Tomlin Jr of Fauquier for 100 L about 112
        acres in Fauquier and bound by the land of Charles Martin, the estate of William
        Kirk, deceased Joseph Bailey Jr., and the lands that Mary Bailey now lives on. Said
        land was divided by the County Surveyor, agreeable to an order of Court from
        Fauquier and allotted to the said Minter Bailey as part of his father’s estate. Signed
        Minter (x his mark Bailey. Witness - Charles Chilton, Joseph Minter, wm Bailey,
        Stephen Robinson, Samuel Steele recorded. Feb 27, 1786.

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 9 1785 -1 1787 published by T.L.C. Genealogy
Page 400. Mar 30, 1787 from John James of Leeds Parish in Fauquier (bricklayer), to Harman Utterback of Leeds Parish in Fauquier (planter) for 250 L, 2 contiguous tracts of land, which 2 tracts are to be by this deed considered as 1 entire tract, and are bounded between the lines of land formerly granted to Waugh Darnall, Doctor Alexander Bell, John Hudnall, and the lands now held by John Tomlin, Doctor William Norris, Robert Sanders, Hugh Bradley, and otherwise bounded by Doctor Bell’s corner to his 1435 acre tract, thence binding with sundry lines of the said John James purchase of William Robinson by deed dated September 27, 1767, and also binding on Hudnall’s line they having sundry courses and distances to a marked chestnut my Mrs Bashaw’s fence, thence another of Hudnall’s line to a spring in John Tomlin’s line, the east side of a branch of Cedar Run, then binding with sundry of said Norriss lines agreeable to James Bashaw’s deed dated August 24, 1766 and with Robert Sanders and Hugh Bradley’s otherwise Peter Bashaw’s to the beginning, containing about 350 acres. Signed - John James. Witness - John Norriss, George Carter, John Tomlin, Minter Bailey, Willima Norriss, recorded Jun 25, 1787.

       
        5e. John BAILEY was born about 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married
        Frances JONES 9 Nov 1791 in Fauquier County, Virginia. John BAILEY DIED
        19 May 1848
       
        5f. Elizabeth Betty BAILEY was born 10 May 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Betty married John TOMLIN about 1795 probably in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Betty died in West Virginia 11 Aug 1838.
       
        5g. William BAILEY born about 28 Nov 1771 married Elizabeth “Betsy” MINTER 20
        Mar 1789. William married Elizabeth MINTER. Elizabeth MINTER was born10
        May 1771. Elizabeth died 11 Aug 1838 and is buried in the Broad Run Cemetery.
        William died 28 May 1836 and is buried in the Broad Run Cemetery, Lewis County,
        West Virginia.
        6a. Mariah BAILEY was born in Fauquier County, Virginia Mariah married
        William Cozad
        6b. Carr BAILEY was born 1 Oct 1791 in Fauquier County, Virginia Carr married
        12 Apr 1811 to Sarah BROWN. Sarah BROWN was born 4 May 1791 and died
        11 May 1871. Carr died 22 Sep 1861. Both are buries in the Freemansburg
        Baptist Church Cemetery. His will is recorded in Lewis County, West Virginia.
        Will Book B page 137 dated 26 Aug 1861.
        NOTE: Carr was a Baptist minister and was the fifth pastor of the Broad Run
        Baptist Church near Jane Lew West Virginia
        7a. William J. BAILEY was born 5 Dec 1811 in Harrison County, Virginia
        William married Nancy WHITE 2 Oct 1836 Lewis County, Virginia
        Marriage Record Book 2 page 15. Nancy was born 11 May 1804 the
        daughter of Alexander WHITE and Mary CLIFFORD
        William J. died 14 Apr 1903 without having children. The are buried in the
        Freemansburg Baptist Church Cemetery.
        7b. Nancy BAILEY married John NICHOLAS 10 Mar 1831.
        7c. James R BAILEY was born 19 Oct 1813
        7d. Maria Mary BAILEY was born 19 Nov 1814 married John WOOFTER
        (minister)
        7e. Carr BAILEY Junior was born 23 Jun 1817
        7f. Mandaville BAILEY was born 2 Feb 1822 in Lewis County, Virginia
        Mandaville married Rachel Nancy WHITE 21 Oct 1850 in Lewis County
        Virginia. Lewis County Marriage Book 4 page 8. Rachel Nancy was the
        Daughter of William Wellington WHITE and Rachel PAXSON.
        Mandaville died 19 Sep 1887. Both are buried in the Freemansburg
        Baptist Church Cemetery.
        8a. William Bland S BAILEY was born 3 Oct 1851
        8b. Sylvanus White Judson BAILEY was born 30 Sep 1853
        8c. Sarah Addine BAILEY was born 18 Oct 1857. Sarah married John
        William KEMPER
        8d. James Lloyd Jenkins BAILEY was born 26 Mar 1859
        8e. Flora Cora Marella BAILEY was born 15 Feb 1864. Flora married
        Fitzhugh L. “Bob” BUTCHER. Flora died 19 Jul 1907 without
        children.
       
       
        6c. Jacob B. BAILEY was born 8 Sep 1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        6d. Emilia Mille BAILEY was bron 17 Oct 1795. Emilia married John J.
        BROWN
        6e. Elizabeth BAILEY was born 13 Jan 1798 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Elizabeth married Samuel BROWN
        6f. Harriet BAILEY was born 17 Nov 1799 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6g. William B. BAILEY was born 27 Jan 1802 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        6h. Silas BAILEY was born 17 Jan 1804 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6i. John B. BAILEY was born 26 Mar 1806 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        6j. Nancy BAILEY was born in Fauquier County, Virginia
        6k. Washington BAILEY was born 1 Apr 1807 in what is now West Virginia
        6l. Joseph BAILEY was born 15 Sep 1809 in West Virginia (He was a minister)

        White Family Records, Descendants of Peregrine White, son of William and
        Susanna (Fuller) White 1620-1939 by Roscoe R. White, 1939 (Book provided to
        By Virginia L. KEEFER of Keego Harbor, Michigan

(CHILDREN OF JOSEPH BAILEY AND HANNAH NEWBY)

        5c. Joseph BAILEY was born about 1757 in Prince William County, Virginia. He
        married Hannah NEWBY 9 Aug 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph
        BAILEY died before Mar 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        6a. Mary BAILEY was born about 1778 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She
        married Samuel TOMLIN 22 May 1799 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
       
        6a. Malinda BAILEY was born about 1784 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She
        married John WADDLE 15 Jan 1800 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Malinda
        died before 27 Feb 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        6c. Washington BAILEY was born about 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        He married Harriet TOMLIN 2 Nov 1829 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        6c. Carr BAILEY was born about 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Married Elizabeth COCKERELL 28 Feb 1828 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        6e. Henry E BAILEY was born about 1794 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He
        married Nancy Alice BALL 24 Feb 1817 in Fauquier County, Henry died
        about 1842 in Fauquier County, Virginia. (named after Henry NEWBY)

        6f. Matilda BAILEY was born about 1795 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Matilda
        married Joseph T. MINTER 2 Dec 1813 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        6g. Sarah BAILEY was born about 1802 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Sarah
        married Francis GORDON 16 Dec 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        7a. Sarah Ann GORDON married 1 Nov 1837 George DAWSON
        7b. Margaret GORDON married 23 Nov 1840 Henry FRANCIS
        7c. Joseph F. GORDON married Matilda C. SMITH

        6h. Senah BAILEY was born about 1800 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She
        married Thomas K. SIMPSON 4 Sep 1827 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        NOTE: Some of the above information provided by Guy ROLLINS,
        Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Joseph BAILEY Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 9 page 331 Will Written 27 February 1826 Will Proved 27 March 1826 In the name of God. Amen. I Joseph BAILEY of Fauquier County being weak in body but of sound mind, do make this my last will. To wit. I give to my sons Washington and Henry the land now in their possession to be equally divided between the two, so that each may have their present situation on said land. I also give to my son Washington negro Hardy and to my son Henry negro George. I give to my son Carr the land whereon I now live, negro Jack a so nel horse about five years old which he calls his riding horse, one buffaloe cow one pied yearling ten head of sheep and a good bed and furniture. I give to my Daughter Mary wife of Samuel Tomlin negro Celia which said negor is intended to be alone for the use of her my last named child and for her children forever. I give to my daughter Matilda wife, of Joseph T. Minter, negroes Manuel and Sharick which said negroes is intended to be alone for the use of her my last named child and her children forever. I give to my Daughter Sinah negroes Jane and Peter, a good bed and furniture a good cow and calf, and a bay colt not about five years old. I give to my daughter Sarah, widow of Frances Gordon deceased negroes Lucy and Mary a good bed and furniture, a good cow and calf and sorrell colt about five years old. I give to Mary Waddle daughter to my deceased daughter Malinda Waddle two hundred dollars which is now reserved in the hands of Mrs McNish Cowles for that special purpose. Negros Gabriel, Hannah and Milley I wish sold on nine moths credit and the proceeds equally divided between my children Washington, Henry, Carr, Matilda, Sinah and Sarah and the share of Matilda to be as before divided exclusively assured to the use of her and her children only. All the balance of my property not herein divided between my seven living children. Washington, Henry, Carr, Mary, Malinda, Senah and Sarah and the shares of Mary and Matilda reserved to them only before named. My sons Washington and Henry hereby appointed my executors given under my hand and seal 27 Feb 1826. Joseph Bailey (Seal) Teste Eppa Hunton Armstead Utterback John Tomlin Jun At a court held in Fauquier County on the 27th of March 1826 proved by the oath of the three witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of Washington Bailey and Henry Bailey the executors therein named. Who made oath thereto and together with Carr Bailey Jr and Joseph T Minter their securities entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of three thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs. Certificate is granted them for obtaining probate thereof in due form. Test A W Smith, Clerk

Henry E. BAILEY and Nancy Alice BALL

        6e. Nancy Alice BALL was born about 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Nancy Alice BALL
        married Henry E. BAILEY 24 Feb 1817 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Nancy Alice BALL
        died just after 1850 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Henry E. BAILEY was the son of Joseph
        BAILEY and Hannah NEWBY.
        Joseph BAILEY was the son of Carr BAILEY and Mary MINTER. Carr BAILEY was the
        son of John BAILEY and Elizabeth WALKER. Mary MINTER was the daughter of Joseph
        MINTER and Mary. John BAILEY was the son of Steven BAILEY and Elizabeth. Steven
        BAILEY was the son of Steven BAILEY and Mary Ann JEFFRIES.

Will Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 17 page 503
        In the name of God Amen. I Henry Bailey of the County of Fauquier
        considering the uncertainty of this mortal life being now sick in
        body, but of sound disposing mind and memory, do make this my last
        will and testament in the manner and form following:
        First I desire that all myu just debts and funeral expenses be paid,
       and that a fair inventory be taken and appraisement of all my personal
       Estate (negroes included and returned to court for record.)
      Secondly, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Nancy, all my estate
      both real and personal, to be held and kept together as it now is, or
      as if I was living, for and during her natural life, only, and that she is to
      educate clothe, feed and take care of my family children, out of the
      profits arising from the same, in first and fair proportions of the
       income. But if any of my daughters should hereafter marry and move off then
       and in that event a fair evaluation of all my personal estate negroes included
       shall be had and after deducting one third part of the same for the benefit
       of my said wife Nancy, and the daughter or daughters so marrying, are each
       to have one seventh part of the remaining tow thirds of my said personal
       estate, as they may marry and leave their mother to them and their heirs
       forever.
      Thirdly, I give and bequeathe, unto my son Joseph Bailey all the tract of
       land whereon I now reside. (subject the life estate of the said Nancy to him
       and his heirs forever.
      Fourthly, I give and bequeath unto my Nancy a negro girl named Patsy,
      now loaned to, and in the possession of my daughter Malinda, who has lately
      married to one William Minter. In trust nevertheless for the benefit of my
      said daughter Malinda, for and during her natural life only, and after her
     death, the said slave Patsy and her increase shall go to the children of my
     said daughter Malinda, to be equally divided amongst them and should she die
     leaving no children then and in that case the said slave and her increase shall
     return to my other children or their heirs.
     Fifthly, should my said wife die, before all or any one of my said
     daughters now single should marry it is my wish at her death the personal
     estates (negroes included) shall be equally divided between my seven daughters
      now single. But if upon a fair valuation of personal estate, it be found that
      my daughter Malinda will not have as mus as the rest of my daughters; I desire
      that from crop or any other means my wife will make her portion equal to my
      other daughters.
      Sixthly, and lastly I hereby constitute and appoint my said beloved wife
      Nancy my whole and sole executrix to this my last will and testament, and I
      desire that she be permitted to qualify without giving security, as executrix
      In testimony of which I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 23 day
     of November in the year 1841.
     Signed, sealed and acknowledged in the presence
     of Wm R Smith - Joseph Jeffries Henry Bailey
        (his mark)
At a court held for Fauquier held on the 23 day of May 1842. This last will
and testament of Henry Bailey deceased, was proved in open court by the oaths
of William R. Smith and Joseph Jeffries subscribing witnesses thereto and
ordered to be recorded.
Nancy Bailey the executrix therein named qualified by giving bond according to
law it being directed by the testator that said executrix should not be
required to give any security. Teste, A J Marshall Clerk

CHILDREN OF HENRY E BAILEY AND NANCY ALICE BALL
   
        7a. Malinda BAILEY was born about 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Malinda married
        William MINTER 8 Oct 1839 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        7b. Lucinda BAILEY was born about 1820 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucinda married
        Anderson Furnicehand MOFFETT 16 Jan 1844 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Anderson
        Furnicehand was the son of John Anderson MOFFETT and Elizabeth HITT. Anderson
        and Lucinda moved to Lewis County, Virginia (now West Virginia) 1850 Fauquier
        Census Lucinda 30 - 1820. (See Chapter 6 for the MOFFETT family.)
        7c. Joseph BAILEY was born about 1824 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph married
        Lucy MOFFETT 19 Jan 1844 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy was the daughter of
        John Anderson MOFFETT and Elizabeth HITT.

        7d. Lettetia BAILEY was born 12 Mar 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lettetia
        BAILEY married Thomas COCKRILL Sep 1848 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Lettetia died 20 Dec 1895 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lettetia and Thomas are
        buried in the Heflin Moffett Cemetery, on Carter’s Run, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        See Volume I for this family for descendants.
        Thomas COCKRELL & LETTETIA BAILEY are the great grand parents of Jim
        Burgess

        7e. Hannah BAILEY was born Jan 1830 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Hannah married
        George W. Jackson HEFLIN 10 Jan 1850 in Fauquier County, Virginia. They moved to
        Lewis County, Virginia before 1860.
        7f. Carolina BAILEY was born 1832 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Caroline married Peyton
        H. DAVIS 11 Aug 1851 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        7g. Nancy Jane BAILEY was born 1833 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Nancy married James
E.          HINSON 27 Mar 1856 in Page County, Virginia recorded in Fauquier County,
        Virginia. Nancy died 2 Dec 1877 of a tumor in Fauquier County, Virginia
        7h. Francis BAILEY was born 1840 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Francis married Robert
        Henry UTTERBACK 8 Dec 1859 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Frances died 23 Jan
        1865 in Fauquier County, Virginia of consumption.

William MINTER AND Malinda BAILEY

        7a. Malinda BAILEY was born in 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She married William                       MINTER 8 Oct 1839 in Fauquier County, Virginia. William MINTER was born in 1816
        in Fauquier County, Virginia. William J. MINTER died 15 Sep 1877 in Warrenton,
        Fauquier County, Virginia age 62. Malinda BAILEY MINTER is living in the 1880
        Census with Randolph MINTER. Malinda 1880 age 55 born age 1825 ? Center District
        Page 137C.
        8a. William H. MINTER was born 1840 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married Mary
        J. COCKRELL (daughter of Joseph COCKRELL) 19 Mar 1866 at South Zanesville,
        Ohio.
        8b. Martha Ann MINTER was born in 1842 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Martha
        married James H. STOUT 13 Nov 1866 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James was the
        son of William STOUT and Eliza. James was born in and lived in Baltimore,
        Maryland.
        8c. Jno B. MINTER was born in 1843 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Jno B. MINTER
        died 4 Jan 1866 age 24 years 5 months. Jno was a Blacksmith.
        8d. Andrew Jackson MINTER was born in 1845 in Fauquier County, Virginia. (listed as a
        carpenter in the 1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census
        8e. Mariah L. MINTER was born in 1849 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Married may
        have moved to Grafton, West Virginia.
        8f. Malinda J. MINTER was born in 1851 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Malinda married
        Samuel J. HEFLIN 5 Dec 1876 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Samuel was the son of
        George W. HEFLIN and Nancy.
        8g. Mary E. MINTER was born in 1852 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Mary married
        Samuel J. HEFLIN (of Grafton Virginia) on 5 Dec 1876 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Samuel was            the son of George W. HEFLIN and Mary
        8h. Thomas Jefferson MINTER was born in 1852 and died 17 Jun 1853 age 8 months 26
        days of a bowel complaint.
        8i. Virginia W. MINTER was born in 1853 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8jI. Female Not Named was born Mar 1854 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8k. Female Not Named was born July 1857 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8l. Randolph T .MINTER was born in 1859 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Randolph
        married Lula COCKRILL 25 Mar 1880 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lula was the
        daughter of Thomas COCKRILL and Lettetia BAILEY (See Thomas COCKRILL
        Chapter)
        8m. Robert Lee MINTER was born in 1862 in Fauquier County, Virginia (worked on Grist
        Mill with his father in the 1880 Census Centre District).
       
Joseph BAILEY and Nancy Alice BALL

        7c. Joseph BAILEY was born in 1824 in Fauquier County, Virginia the son of Henry E.
        BAILEY and Nancy Alice BALL. Joseph BAILEY married Lucy MOFFETT 19 Sep
        1844 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy was the daughter of John Anderson MOFFETT
        and Elizabeth HITT. (See Moffett Chapter)
        8a. James William. BAILEY (carpenter) was born in 1846 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        James married Barbara A WELLS 27 May 1869 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Barbara was the daughter of George W. WELLS and Elizabeth.
        1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Scott District page 118A
        James BAILEY White Male 35 VA
        Barbary BAILEY White Female 27 VA
        Mary P BAILEY White Female 7 VA
        Henry E BAILEY White Male 5 VA
        Mary E WELLS White Female 18 VA Neice
        8b. Jno BAILEY was born in 1848 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Jno married Lula Ann
        CARTER 24 Nov 1880 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lula Ann CARTER was born
        in 1865 the daughter of John W. CARTER and Liz H.
        8c. Nancy Elizabeth BAILEY was born Jul 1850 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She
        married Joseph Evans WELLS 2 Apr 1868 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Joseph was
        the son of George W. WELLS and Elizabeth.
        1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census Scott District page 115D
        Joseph Wells White Male 33 VA
        Nancy E WELLS White Female 30 VA
        George W. WELLS White Male 10 VA

        8d. Lucy Frances BAILEY was born in 1853 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lucy
        married William R. BUTLER 31 Aug 1873 in Fauquier County, Virginia William was
        born in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8e. Marcellus F. BAILEY was born in 1855 in Fauquier County, Virginia. M. F. married
        Ann E HEFLIN 23 Dec 1875 in Fauquier County, Virginia the daughter of G W J
        HEFLIN and Hannah
        1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census page 129C
        Marcellus BAILEY White Male 30 VA
        Eliza BAILEY White Female 25 VA
        8f. Napoleon Bonaparte BAILEY was born about 1858 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Napoleon married Nancy A. HEFLIN (1879 AGE 21) on 26 Jul 1874 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia Nancy was the daughter of Samuel BUTLER and Elizabeth
        8g. Joseph BAILEY was born in 1862 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8h. B. S. BALL BAILEY was born 1865 in Fauquier County, Virginia. B.S. died in 1879
        in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8i. Mary E. BAILEY was born in 1868 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Mary married
        Harrison FURR 12 Jun 1884 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Harrison was the son of
        Newton HARRISON and Sarah Jane .
        1880 Census Fauquier County, Virginia Scott District page 72C
        Joseph BALL White Male 63 VA
        Lucy J BALL White Female 48 VA wife
        Mary M. BALL White Female 15 VA
        Nancy J BALL White Female 13 VA
        Analiza BALL White Female 9 VA
        Joseph P BALL White Female 6 VA
        NOTE: Not sure of this family.

THOMAS COCKRILL AND LETTETIA BAILEY
Ancestors of James A Burgess See Volume I

        7d.. Thomas COCKRELL was born 22 Mar 1822 in Fauquier County, Virginia the son of
                   William COCKRELL and Sally PURKINS. He married Leticia BAILEY 4 Sep 1848
                   in Fauquier County, Virginia. Leticia BAILEY was born 12 Mar 1826 in Fauquier County
        Virginia the daughter of Henry E BAILEY and Nancy Alice BALL. Thomas COCKRELL
                   died 1 Jan 1885 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Lettetia BAILEY died 20 Dec 1895 in Fauquier
                   County, Virginia. They are buried side by side on the hill at the Heflin Moffett Cemetery                       near Jesse MOFFETT brother of Anderson COCKRELL. Joseph BAILEY is listed as the
        bondsman for the marriage of Thomas COCKRELL and Lettetia BAILEY.
        Some records spell the name Leticia and Lettetia.

                  I believe that Thomas COCKRELL was born and raised on or near Chimney Stone Branch,           Carter’s Run near the Heflin Moffett Cemetery. Because his great Uncle Jesse MOFFETT
        was buried there I believe that most of the rest of the family is also there. This must have           
        been a beautiful area in which to raise a family, attend church, work and live. They were
        religious people          belonging to the Enon Old School Baptist Church. Thomas COCKRELL
        and Lettetia BAILEY were not rich in earthly blessings, but I feel that they lived a good life
        on Carters Run, Fauquier County, Virginia.

        In 1976 I visited Carter’s Run looking for the Heflin Moffett Cemetery with my son James           David BURGESS who was three years old at the time. We had been driving around for quite a           while when I realized that we would soon need to fill our car with gasoline. At that point I           began to be interested in finding a gas station, it was a long distance back to Warrenton.           Suddenly I heard someone mowing their yard and drove up to a young man who sold me some           gasoline. I ask him where the Heflin Moffett Cemetery was located. He pointed up the road to           a small tree on the hill side. I had driven by the location several times but could not see           tombstones in the Cemetery. As we walked into the cemetery I quickly found the large marker           for Jesse MOFFETT, so I knew I was in the right location.

                   We were fortunate that the cemetery had been cleaned that spring, so the weeds and grass were
                  not real high. After hunting for about an hour I was ready to leave, when all of sudden Jimmy
                  fell down and was crying. I went over and picked him up and found that he was lying on the
          tombstone of Thomas COCKRELL. Just a clue their markers are real close to the dirt road
        that goes past the cemetery. A true story the pictures of the markers are in this text .

        According to a letter to John Gott by Helen AYOTTE , Thomas and Lettetia COCKRELL lived
        on a farm near Little Georgetown, in Fauquier County, Virginia.
     
        I last visited the cemetery in September 1995 with Larry FRANCIS. My heart tells me that this
        was the area where our ancestors lived and settled in Fauquier County, Virginia.

                   The Heflin Moffett cemetery is on a small hill located 2.1 miles north on Route 689 on the                       left or west side of the road . It is located on the old Allison Farm 6266 Carter’s Run Road.           

        Readings on the markers were as follows: (It would be great if a family member in Fauquier           
        County would look after the graves.)

       

PICTURES TAKEN IN 1999 - Notice how vegetation is covering markers.

        Thomas COCKRELL IN MEMORY
        Born Mar 22, 1822 Mrs. Leticia COCKRELL
        Died Jan 1, 1885 Daughter of Henry E and Nancy Alice
        He was a devout member of the old Bailey
        School Baptist Church Born Nov. 12, 1826
        A kind husband and father noted for
        industry and honesty Faithful and consistent member of
        Peace to his ashes. the Old School Baptist Church
        Devoted wife and mother
        Pollen & Jolley
        Warrenton, Va.

       
Heflin Moffett Cemetery, Carter’s Run, Fauquier County, Virginia Picture taken in early 1980’s.

        William COCKRILL and Frances JONES were also Baptist

          Even though I had never lived in Fauquier County, Virginia I left Carter’s Run and the
          Heflin Moffett Cemetery feeling that I was leaving a part of my self and part of my
          heritage. It was a happy, yet melancholy feeling that day. It was from that experience          
          that I grew to love this part of my family even though I have had few opportunities to
          get to know them. Perhaps some day.

        It is interesting to note that Thomas COCKRELL accumulated a very modest amount
        of earthly possessions. I like to think that he loved his family and that they were very
        happy living there on Carter’s Run.

        The Will of Thomas COCKRILLE

In the name of God Amen, I Thomas COCKRILLE now being of sound and disposing
mind make this my last will and testament in the year of our Lord 1884.
1st I will that my just debts and funeral expenses be paid.
2 only I will to my beloved wife her natural life time all of my property, after paying
my debts and funeral expenses. My property consists of a house and lot bought of John
Thomas COCKRILLE, a lot bought of Manley he bought of Wm Beverly who is to give deed
so soon as he secures one from Ralph Stover and a lot bought of C P Jones his wife and her
trustee T B Robertson Jr. (all containing above sixteen acres of land ) and three horses, three
cows, one calf, one wagon, and harness for said horses, corn, hay , fodder, and farming
utensils , household and kitchen furniture. At the death of my wife I want said property
equally divided between my children after charging to each child mentioned and who have
received the amounts attached to their names.
3rd I also will to my beloved wife a bond I hold against John M CLATTERBACK for
six hundred dollars. The amounts I have give my children are as follows:
        To my son JOHN THOMAS I gave two horses and one cow valued at $225.00
        and one young horse to my son John Thomas $150.00
        To my son James Anderson I gave two horses and one cow valued at $175.00
    To my daughter Mary Elizabeth I have two horses and one cow valued at $225.00
        and the rent of my house and lot two years $100.00
        valued at $50 a year
        To my son Robert Randolph I gave one horse valued at $125.00
        To my son Reuben Franklin I have one horse valued at $125.00
        To my daughter Nancy Allen I gave one cow valued at $ 25.00
        To my daughter Lucy Francis I gave one horse $80.00
        and one cow. $25.00
        To my daughter Sarah Jane I have one horse and one cow valued at $150.00

To the balance of my children I have not give anything to be in shape of
horses or cows given under my hand seal this 18th day of November 1884.

Witnesses
Joseph N UTTERBACK
John M CLATTERBUCK

        Valued at J T COCKRILL
        A D SMITH

Will probated 8 Apr 1885 mentions wife Lettetia COCKRILL. Anderson D SMITH,
Joseph N UTTERBACK, and John M CLATTERBACK and J T COCKRILL are
mentioned as witnesses. See Lettetia BAILEY for more information.
       
Lettetia COCKRELL Will Book 47 page 446-448 Feb. 25, 1896 - May 20, 1896

NOTE: Several members of the family have told me that John Thomas COCKRILL could look at a steer or cow and guess the weight within 5 pounds. He may have gained some of his experience from the above steer. Interesting.

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Index
COCKERILLE, Letitia Book 41 page 446 Date Feb 26, 1896 Recorded Jun 26, 1896
Appraisement
COCKERILLE, Letitia Book 41 page 458 Date Jan 31, 1896 Recorded Jun 25, 1896
       
        Children of Thomas COCKRILL and Lettetia BAILEY

        8a. Sarah Jane COCKRILL born 20 Jun 1850 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She married           John Moses CLATTERBUCK 17 Dec 1868 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Sarah died 5 Feb.           1935 Fauquier County, Virginia. She is buried in the Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton,           Fauquier, Virginia.

        8b. Mary Elizabeth COCKRELL born 1852 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She married Dudley           Dorsey MCDONALD 17 Dec 1868 in Fauquier County, Virginia. (Dorsey age 30 living with
        Thomas COCKRILL and Lettetia BAILEY in 1880 Scott District, Fauquier County, Virginia.

        8c. Nancy Allen “Nannie” COCKRELL was born 15 Feb. 1851 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Nancy married Edwin Cooke GLASCOCK 15 Feb. 1872 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Nancy died 21 Sep 1920 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She is buried in the Warrenton City
        Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier, Virginia.

        8d. John Thomas COCKRELL was born 26 Feb. 1856 at Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
        John Thomas married Edmonia UTTERBACK 31 Oct 1877 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        They are buried in the Alton Cemetery, Bethel , Fauquier County, Virginia. He died 26 Oct
        1930 and was buried 28 Oct 1930. See Volume I Cockrill Families of Northern Virginia
        Chapter 8 on John Thomas COCKRILL my great grandfather. Jim Burgess

        8e. Lucy Frances Lula COCKRELL was born 31 May 1858 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She           married Randolph MINTER 25 Mar 1880 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She died 9 Sep 1921           in Fauquier County , Virginia and is buried in the Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier           County, Virginia.

        8f. James Anderson COCKRELL was born 22 Jun 1860 in Fauquier County, Virginia.           He married Francis A WILSON 23 Apr 1882 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James
                  died in 1918 Fauquier County, Virginia. He is buried in the Marshall Cemetery,
                  Marshall, Fauquier County, Virginia.

        8g. Robert Randolph COCKRELL was born 1862 Fauquier County, Virginia.
        1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census (Centre District)
        Robert COCKRELL 1880 age 28 -1852 Wife Elizabeth age 29 Is this our Robert?

        8h. Reuben Franklin COCKRELL was born Jul 1865 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Reuben
        married Cora J RUSH 25 Feb. 1886 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        8i. Ida Lettetia COCKRELL was born 1868 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Ida married Joseph C           UTTERBACK 29 Nov 1883 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

        8j. Landon Jackson COCKRELL was born 5 Jan 1871 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Landon
        married Mary “Mamie” Virginia UTTERBACK 15 Nov 1888 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Landon died 19 Apr 1926 in Fauquier County, Virginia. They are buried in the Warrenton
        Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County , Virginia.

        FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA 1880 Census (Scott District) (Lived near The Plains)
        Enumeration District 45 page 116
        148-149 COCKRILL, Thomas White Male 58 VA VA VA Farmer
        COCKRILL, Letitia White Female 58 VA VA VA Housewife
        COCKRILL, Mollie White Female 22 VA VA VA
        COCKRILL, James A White Male 18 VA VA VA
        COCKRILL, Robert White Male 16 VA VA VA
        COCKRILL, Franklin White Male 14 VA VA VA
        COCKRILL, Ida L White Female 12 VA VA VA
        COCKRILL, Landon J White Male 8 VA VA VA
        MCDONALD, Dorsey White Male 30 VA VA VA Laborer
       
        149-150 COCKRILL, John White Male 24 VA VA VA Farmer
        COCKRILL, Edmonia White Female 25 VA VA VA
        COCKRILL, Jennie M White Female 1 VA VA VA
        COCKRILL, William T White Male 1/12 VA VA VA
        BAILEY, Lucy White Female 55 VA VA VA
        BAILEY, Joseph J White Male 18 VA VA VA
        BAILEY, Mary White Female 12 VA VA VA

George W. Jackson HEFLIN and Hannah BAILEY

        7e. Hannah BAILEY was born in July 1830 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Hannah married
        George W. Jackson HEFLIN 10 Jan 1850 in Fauquier County, Virginia. George was born
        in 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Hannah died 9 Nov 1880 on Carter’s Run, Fauquier
        County, Virginia and was 50 years and five months old.. Hannah was the daughter of Henry
        E. BAILEY and Nancy Alice BALL.
        8a. Mary Frances HEFLIN was born in 1851 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Mary Frances
        HEFLIN married William J. BUTLER 26 Jul 1874 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        William was the son of Lemuel BUTLER and Elizabeth.
        8b. Anne E. HEFLIN was born in 1852 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Anne married M. F.
        BAILEY 23 Dec 1875 in Fauquier County, Virginia. M F was the son of Joseph W.
        BAILEY and Lucy.
        8c. Lucy B. HEFLIN was born 14 Oct 1855 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8d. Susan E. HEFLIN was born 8 Mar 1856 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Susan
        married James E ROBINSON 19 Dec 1872 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James was the
        son of Elijah ROBINSON and Nancy
        1880 Fauquier County, Virginia Census page 23 B
        James ROBINSON White Male 36 VA
        Susan E ROBINSON White Female 24 VA
        George W ROBINSON White Male 4 VA
        Edward C ROBINSON White Male 2 VA
        Emma J. ROBINSON White Female 1 VA
        John T. ROBINSON White Male 2 month VA
        8e. Thomas HEFLIN was born in 1859 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Thomas died 3 Dec
        1877 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8f. Nancy A. HEFLIN
        8g. Sarah C. HEFLIN was born in 1862 in Fauquier County, Virginia and died 22 Dec 1877
        of Typhoid fever in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8h. James M HEFLIN was born about 1862 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James married
        E. A. HANBACK 5 Dec 1883 in Fauquier County, Virginia the daughter of Bennett
        HANBACK and Tabitha.
        8i. Stephen HEFLIN was born about 1864 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married
        Virginia E. ELLIOT 16 Jan 1887 in Fauquier County, Virginia was the daughter of
        Samuel ELLIOT and Susan F
        8j. Richard HEFLIN was born 29 Sep 1874 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Richard married
        Selina HANBACK 28 Dec 1892 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Selina was the daughter
        of Silas HANBACK and Catherine.
        8k. Lucy A. HEFLIN
        8l. William H. T. HEFLIN
        8m.Babe HEFLIN was born in 1878 in Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia. Babe died 15
        Dec 1877 of typhoid fever in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        This family is listed in the 1860 Lewis County, Virginia. They must have moved back to
        Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Fauquier County, Virginia 1880 Census Marshall District
        342 - 349 G W HEFLIN White Male 51 VA VA VA
        Hannah HEFLIN White Female 51 VA VA VA
        J M HEFLIN White Male 18 VA VA VA
        S A HEFLIN White Male 16 VA VA VA
        R L HEFLIN White Female 10 VA VA VA
        R T HEFLIN White Male 6 VA VA VA
       
        Robt FLYNN White Male 34 VA VA VA
        Julia Ann FLYNN White Female 33 VA VA VA
        Clinton W. FLYNN White Male 10 VA VA VA
        Fleet FLYNN White Male 9 VA VA VA
        Robertson FLYNN White Male 7 VA VA VA
        Jas A FLYNN White Male 4 VA VA VA
        Della FLYNN White Female 2 VA VA VA
        Hannah BALL White Female 54 VA VA VA Aunt
       
   
        Index to Fauquier County, Virginia Wills 1759-1920
        George W. HEFLIN Will Book 38 page 66 Date Feb 3, 1883 Recorded Mar 24, 1884
        Executor’s Account, Sale List & Appraisement also listed.
       

        Peyton H. DAVIS and Carolina BAILEY

        7f. Caroline BAILEY was born about 1832 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Caroline married
        Peyton H. DAVIS 11 Aug 18851 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Peyton was born in
        Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8a. Anna Robert DAVIS was born 11 Aug 1853 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

Benjamin F. DAWSON and Jane BAILEY

        7g. Jane BAILEY was born about 1834 in Fauquier County, Virginia Jane married Benjamin                       DAWSON in Fauquier County, Virginia 13 Mar 1855 or 15 Mar 1855 in Fauquier County,                       Virginia. Benjamin was the son of Bradford DAWSON and Catherine. Benjamin died 22
        Nov 1877 at The Plains, Fauquier County, Virginia. This death date must be incorrect as
        he is living in the 1880 Census.
        8a. Robert H. DAWSON was born 21 Aug 1856 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Robert
        married Cordelia A HOWDERSHELL 23 Jan 1887 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Cordelia was the daughter of J. T. HOWDERSHELL and Alice .
        8b. John DAWSON 1880 age 18 1862 Fauquier County, Virginia
        8b. Annie DAWSON was born about 1869 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Annie married
        James BUTLER 9 Nov 1893 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James was born in 1872 the
        son of James BUTLER and Matilda.
        Fauquier County, Virginia 1880 Census Scott District
        83 -84 Benjamin DAWSON White Male 48 VA VA VA
        Jane DAWSON White Female 46 VA VA VA
        Robert DAWSON White Male 24 VA VA VA
        JOHN DAWSON White Male 18 VA VA VA
        Nannie DAWSON White Female 16 VA VA VA
        Joseph MILSTEAD Black Male 30 VA
        Harriet MILSTEAD Black Female 30 VA
        Mollie MILSTEAD Black Female 7 VA
        Fauquier County, Virginia Index to Wills 1759-1920
        Benjamin F. Dawson Book 39 page 281 dated Apr 4, 1888 recorded Aug 28 1888
        3 Administrative Accounts listed Book 39-459 - 40-228 - 40-362

James E. HINSON and Nancy BAILEY

        7h. Nancy BAILEY was born about 1836 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Nancy BAILEY
        married James E. HINSON 27 Mar 1856 in Fauquier County, Virginia. James E . HINSON
        was born in 1830 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Nancy died 2 Dec 1877 age 41 of a brain
        tumor in Fauquier County, Virginia. James E. HINSON married twice:
        (1) Nancy BAILEY 27 Mar 1856 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She may have died between
        1871 and 1886 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        (2) Mary A.
        Children of Nancy BAILEY
        8a. Mollie HINSON was born in 1857 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8b. George W. HINSON was born in 1860 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8c. James HINSON was born in 1861 in Fauquier County, Virginia. A stone fence fell on
        James and he died 25 Nov 1871 at age 10 years, 6 months, and 2 days.
        8c. Jos HINSON was born in 1864 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8d. Jackson HINSON was born in 1866 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8e. Nancy HINSON was born in 1868 in Fauquier County, Virginia married William P
        OWENS 19 Dec 1888 in Fauquier County, Virginia. William was the son of
        J M. OWENS and Malinda
        8f. Thomas HINSON was born in 1870 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Children of Mary A.
        8g. Jesse A. HINSON was born 22 Sep 1889 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8h. Carroll HINSON was born 11 Aug 1891 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8I. E. Rouee HINSON was born 27 Mar 1893 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Fauquier County, Virginia 1880 Census Scott District
        James E HINSON White Male 50 VA VA VA
        Mollie HINSON White Female 23 VA VA VA
        Geo W. HINSON White Male 20 VA VA VA
        Jos HINSON White Male 16 VA VA VA
        Jackson HINSON White Male 14 VA VA VA
        Nancy HINSON White Female 12 VA VA VA
        Thos HINSON White Male 9 VA VA VA
        C C HINSON White Female 6/12 Mar VA VA VA

   
Robert Henry UTTERBACK and Frances BAILEY
       
        7i. Frances BAILEY was born about 1840 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Frances BAILEY
        married Robert Henry UTTERBACK 8 Dec 1859 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Robert
        Henry UTTERBACK was born in 1827 at The Plains, Fauquier County, Virginia. Robert
        Died 6 Dec 1899 in Fauquier County, Virginia. the son of French UTTERBACK and
        Frances
        BURGESS. Frances died 23 Jun 1864 age 24 of consumption in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        8a. Robert Henry UTTERBACK Junior was born 17 Jul 1860 at The Plains, Fauquier
        County, Virginia. Robert died 22 Oct 1935 at Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia.
        He is buried in the Culpeper Cemetery, Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia.
        8b. James Arlington UTTERBACK was born in 1861 in The Plains, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. He married Esther L. KIRBY.
        8c. Armistead UTTERBACK was born in 1863 in the Plains, Fauquier County, Virginia.

       

BAILEY - BALEY are commons names found all through the northern neck of Virginia. Families to do not always seem to fit together as we would like; therefore,
We have a family time line at the end of this chapter to help organize Bailey records.

This time line is organized by Given Name, (County), Date, Source where known

LANCASTER COUNTY, VIRGINIA

Joseph BAILEY, Lancaster County, Virginia Will Written 12 May 1672 Will Proved 1674
Joseph BAILEY to wife Hannah
Son: Joseph BALEY
Son: William BALEY
Son: John BALEY
Daughter: Hannah BAILEY

WESTMORLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA

DANIEL BAILEY, Cople Parish, Westmorland County, Virginia 1785
Daniel Bailey, of Cople Parish, 1785
To brother John forty shillings to dispossesses him from any right of property of my estate forever, for his treatment to me by endeavoring to dispossess me and all the other brethren and sisters, from their rights. (Sisters not mentioned)
To brother Vincent Smith BAILEY one negro man
To brother Samuel Bailey all my lands
Executor: Brother Samuel BAILEY
Source - Bailey - Britton

William BAILEY Westmorland 1782
Westmorland County Book 16, pp 185-186
William BAILEY, of Cople Parish, Westmorland County Will Written 20 Apr 1779, Will Proved 26 Nov 1782 Book 16 pp 185-186
To my wife Mary (said to be the daughter of Leasure Hall) all my estate both real and personal during her life in widowhood, but at her death or marriage, I give to my brother Daniel. To brother John Bailey fifty pounds, at the death of my wife.
Executors: Brother Daniel and wife Mary BAILEY
Source - Bailey - Britton

FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA

   
James BAILEY Fauquier 1769
Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 1 page 477-480
24-24 Sep 1769 Lease and Release between Benjamin Cundiff of Bedford County and James Baily…. Tract bounded by lands of said Baily, Parnack George, Sarah Dodson & Humphrey Brooke 100 acres….L45 signed Benjamin Cundiff. Recorded 25 Sep 1769

James BAILEY Fauquier 1772
Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 1 page 580-584
2-3 Jun 1766 Lease & Release between Thomas Dodson and Humphrey Brooke 150 acres on Dodson’s Spring Branch on the Mine Branch Corner to James Baileyand the land lately owned by John Stamps.

James BAILEY Fauquier 1772
Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 1 page 189-190
James BAILEY (Inventory) dated 23 Mar 1772 appraised by James Foley, John Obannon, John Fishback, dated 23 Mar 1772.

James BAILEY Fauquier 1774 Deed Book 6 1774 -1778
Page 1-4 27 Jun 1774 Lease and Release Between Samuel Porter and Eve his wife and William Porter .. 100 acres of tracter formerly belongingto Denis Conyers deceased ..saplins on west side of north branch of Licking Run. ….. James Bailey plantation. L59 Signed Samuel Porter and Eve.

James BAILEY Fauquier 1774 Deed Book 6 1774 -1778
Page 372 24 May 1777 Bill of Sale. Richard Gregory to James Ball…cattle, crops, furniture and utensils in consideration of L20.5 s Signed Richard Gregory. Witness Charles Morehead, John Allen recorded 26 May 1777

James BAILEY Fauquier 1774 Deed Book 6 1774 -1778
Page 4 - 6 27 Jun 1774 B & S Between James Bailey and Hannah his wife, of Hamilton Parish and Robert Fisher…L76.14s… 118 acres weeon said Bailey now lives.. part of great tract belonging to said Bailey
Hickory on west side of main branch of Licken Run Signed James (B) Bailey, Hannah BAILEY RECORDED 27 Jun 1774.

James BAILEY Fauquier 1774 Deed Book 6 1774 -1778
Page 476-479 27 July 1778 B & S Between James Bailey and Hannah his wife and Robert Fisher..L162…181acres… oak on West Side of north branch of Licking Run and corner to Jas Ball’s land..Hoe line corner to Ann Barrett. Signed James x Bailey, Hannah x Bailey. Wits. H. Brooke, Willis Green Recorded 27 July 1778 ack by grantors.

James BAILEY FAUQUIER 1777
Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 1 page 313-315 dated 9 January 1777
Appraised by James McClanahan, William Roach, Parnach George
Entitled “ Mrs White’s third” amounted to L 158 appraised the Estate of James BAILEY deceased.
Returned 26 May 1777.
Returned 26 May 1777

John BALEY Fauquier 1767
Deed Book 3 page 49 -52 26 Oct 1767 B & S between Reuben Elliot of Prince William County and Ruth his wife and William Smith Witness John BALEY

John BAILEY Fauquier 1768
FAUQUIER County, Virginia Deed Book 3 pages 324-329 3 Oct 1768 Lease & Release. Between John Mercer, Gent of Stafford County and wife Ann, his wife and Carr Bailey, Planter…. 343 acres ….. oak in poisoned Field near the line of Godfrey Ridge east side of a small branch of Cedar in the line of Debutts…L 150 ….. Signed J Mercer, Anne Mercer Wit: Jacob Minter, John Baley, James (I) Baley, Mungo Roy Mercer, Yelnv Peyton. Recorded 24 Oct 1768 proved by order of John and James Baley, Jacob Minter witnesses.

Samuel BAILEY FAUQUIER 1777
Fauquier County Virginia Deed Book 6
Pages 406-410 23-24 Oct 1777 Lease & Release between Edwin Furr and Ann of Loudoun County and Samuel Bayly (also spelled Bailey) part of a larger tract. Which was purchased by John Rector of Burgess Ball gentleman of Lancaster 17 Sep 1770….Recorded 25 Nov 1777

Stephen BAILEY Fauquier 1769
Fauquier During the Proprietorship page 183
Joseph Odor, John Duncan, William Roberts and Stephen BAILEY were then sworn as constables.
(about 1769)

Stephen BAILEY Fauquier 1781
1a. Stephen BAILEY married Susannah Lunceford in Apr 1781 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2a. Elizabeth BAILEY married William HITT
        2b. Hannah BAILEY married Stephen HITT

Stephen BAILEY 1784
Deed Book 8 page 137 16 May 1784 Bill of sales. Stephen Bailey to John Tomberlin.. L10 bay mare…signed Stephen Bailey Witnesses William Bailey, Minter Bailey acknowledge by John
BAILEY

William BAILEY Fauquier 1763
Deed Book 2 page 14-19 27 July 1763 Between John Ashworth of Fauquier ….. and William Barker….near Pignut Ridge…. Corner to Waugh Darnall corner to McGuire’s line near a branch of Broad Run Same granted to William Bailey by him conveyed to Jacob Holtzclaw and by him conveyed to Alice Ashworth and by her devised to Joseph Ashworth 28 July 1763

Start John
Fauquier County, Virginia Marriage Records

7 Jan 1783 BAILEY, Ann John WHITE James BAILEY bondsman

31 Aug 1810 BAILEY, Betsy William HITT d/o Stephen

19 Jan 1808 BAILEY, Brunett Brown Dennis GRIFFITH Thomas BAILEY

11 Aug 1851 BAILEY, Caroline Peyton H. DAVIS

22 Dec 1797 BAILEY, Edward Caty WOODYARD d/o Richard & Mary
27 Dec 1797 (Marriage Record)

5 July 1803 BAILEY, Edward Elizabeth O’BANNON Benjamin O’BANNON

15 Feb 1828 BAILEY, Carr Jr Elizabeth COCKERELL d/o William

24 Apr 1781 BAILEY, Elizabeth John RIDLEY Wm GIBSON bondsman

22 Dec 1819 BAILEY, Elizabeth John LYONS d/o William
23 Dec 1819 Marriage Record

13 Apr 1781 BAILEY, George Phebe BRAGG Wm Gibson (bondsman)

15 Oct 1788 BAILEY, Green Mary BRAGG George BAILEY (bondsman)
13 Oct 1788 (Marriage Record)

8 Aug 1787 BAILEY, Hannah Wm LEAR d/o James & Hannah

20 Dec 1796 BAILEY, Hannah Jacob MINTER John & Mary BAILEY

8 Jan 1850 BAILEY, Hannah George W. J. HEFLIN

24 Feb 1817 BAILEY, Henry Nancy BALL Joseph BALL (bondsman)

28 Feb 1786 BAILEY, James Elizabeth WHITE d/o William

12 Jun 1782 BAILEY, Jeanny John TURNER s/o Edward & Molly

23 Mar 1785 BAILEY (BEATTY) John Nancy SHIPP Charles Tyler bondsman
2 Apr 1785

9 Nov 1791 BAILEY, John Frankey JONES Minter BAILEY (bondsman)

1 Jan 1793 BAILEY, John Elizabeth BARNES d/o Daniel & Mary
2 Jan 1793 Marriage Record

9 Aug 1777 BAILEY, Joseph Hannah NEWBY John Tomlin Jr (bondsman)

19 Sep 1844 BAILEY, Joseph Lucinda S. MOFFETT d/o John

16 Jan 1844 BAILEY, Lucinda Anderson F. MOFFETT d/o Henry s/o John A

15 Jan 1800 BAILEY, Malinda WADDELL, John d/o Joseph

2 Apr 1846 BAILEY, Mary MCCORMICK, Wm d/o Tomlin

2 Dec 1813 BAILEY, Matilda Joseph MINTIE

8 Oct 1839 BAILEY, Melinda Wm MINTER d/o Henry

24 Sep 1791 BAILEY, Milly Wm Carver John BAILEY bondsman

10 Dec 1789 BAILEY, Minter Ann NORRIS Joseph NORRIS bondsman

        1800 BAILEY, Moses Anne DUFFY Wm BAILEY (bondsman)

25 Jun 1791 BAILEY, Nancy Allen CAMBRON Chas WOODWARD bondsman

19 Aug 1816 BAILEY, Phebe John KENDALLL s/o George (w) Wm BAILEY

20 Aug 1844 BAILEY, Robert Maria CLAGGETT d/o Ferdinand

23 Jan 1843 BAILEY, Sampson P Elizabeth A SMITH d/o Hedgeman

8 Aug 1795 BAILEY, Samuel Aga Hutson Hudson d/o Henry & Marget

22 Mar 1824 BAILEY, Sally Landy (Sally) CAMPBELL wd/o groom

30 Jun 1841 BAILEY, Sally Jacob SMITH Elias ELLIOT

26 Feb 1780 BAILEY, Sarah James BROADBENT Thos SAUNDERS

16 Dec 1818 BAILEY, Sarah Francis GORDON Thomas NOBLE

26 Feb 1789 BAILEY, Sary James BROADBENT

25 Jun 1807 BAILEY, Seeny Chas BRIANT Thomas DRUMMOND

4 Sep 1827 BAILEY, Sinah Thomas K. SIMPSON Washington BAILEY

4 Dec 1781 BAILEY, Simon Hester LUNCE Moses BAILEY bondsman

19 Apr 1781 BAILEY, Stephen Susanna Luntsford Richard FISHER bondsman

8 Jan 1788 BAILEY, Thomas Sarah CAMPBELL d/o Catherine
9 Jan 1788 Marriage Record

18 Sep 1820 BAILEY, Tomblin Ann CLAGETT Jos B. Ball (bondsman)

2 Nov 1829 BAILEY, Washington Harriet TOMBLIN Henry BAILEY bondsman

20 Mar 1789 BAILEY, William Betsy MINTER Wm TOMLIN
21 Mar 1789 Betsy MINTER

21 Dec 1791 BAILEY, Wm Hannah SETTLE d/o Mary OARE

28 Apr 1798 BAILEY, Wm Abigale HEATON Catron HEATON bondsman
21 Apr 1798 Abegal EATON

21 Dec 1796 BAILEY, Wm Nancy MAYES Wm MAYS
22 Dec 1796 Marriage Record

17 Feb 1821 BAILEY, Wm Sally ROBINSON Wm ROBINSON
18 Feb 1822 Marriage Record

4 Aug 1803 BRADLEY, Richard Frances CAMPBELL Thomas BAILEY

18 Aug 1798 CUNNINGHAM, Enock Lucy BASHAW Minter BALEYS

30 Apr 1814 CUTHBERT, Owens Betsy ARCHER T BAILEY

27 Mar 1820 FERNANDES, John Betsy RITT Wm BAILEY
        Betsy KITT

17 Feb 1798 HAWKINS, Jesse Mary JONES Minter BAILEY
     8 Mar 1798 Polly JONES

29 Aug 1804 JOHNSON, Birkett G. Delila CAMPBELL Thomas BAILEY

7 Jun 1808 KIDD, Jonathan Nelly LEACH Thos BAILEY

14 Feb 1827 SAMUEL, Absalom Sarah GORDON Washington BAILEY

31 Oct 1786 WADDLE, Wm Ann WHITE Thos BAILEY

Fauquier County, Virginia Bailey Death Records
BAILEY, Samuel died on 20 Aug 1871, old age, single, age of death 90 years, born in Fauquier County, Virginia parents Sam and Nancy BAILEY death reported by his brother; page 60-13

BAILEY, Tomblin, died in Sep 1855, dropsy, age of 66 years, death reported by Wm McCormick, son in law page 23 line 32

FREDERICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA

    James BAYLE Frederick 1756 written 3 July 1756 - proved 1758
(Bayle - Boyle - Baylis) spelled three ways
Wife Sarah - Children: Mary, James, Stephen, Ann, Rachel, William, Henry & Unborn Child

KING GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

        1a. John BAILEY
        2a. John BAILEY married Nancy. Will Written 17 Sep 1800 - Will Proved 7 May 1801
        King George County, Virginia
        3a. Stephen BAILEY Will Written 1794 (died before his father) King George County,
        Virginia King George County, Virginia
        3b. Elizabeth BAILEY married Mr. MARDER
        3c. Nancy BAILEY
        3d. Rebecca BAILEY
        3e. John BAILEY
        3f. James BAILEY

Stephen BAILEY JR. 1794 King George County, Virginia 1794
27 Jun 1794 Will Book 2 (1780-1804) page 180
Stephen BAILEY Junior of King George County, Virginia Hanover Parish
       Father John BAILEY, land which was given to me by my grand father John BAILEY 40 acres
       Sister Elizabeth BAILEY 40 acres and Negroes Dick, Esther, & Sampson
       Sister Nancy BAILEY, Negro Fanny
Executor Father John BAILEY
Witnesses Joe Settle, Thos Pinkard, John Spillman Stephen BAILEY Jr.
Elizabeth Pittman

NOTE: Who is this Stephen BAILEY Junior

John BAILEY 1800 King George County, Virginia will written 17 Sep 1800 Will proved 7 May 1801 Will Book 2 page 267
John BAILEY the eldest of Hanover Parish King George County, Virginia
To Daughter Elizabeth MARDER
Children: Rebecca, John and James BAILEY John BAILEY
Executor Wife Nancy and John SPILLMAN Junior

Witness Stephen Marder, Benj Rogers,
7 May 1801

Samuel BAILEY King George 1745 C.O.B. 2 page 482 KENYON, JEMIMA seems to have d.i., c 1745; she was the daughter of John Kenyon, next below. She may have married Samuel Bailey and died shortly thereafter. C.O.B. 2 page 482; 7 Mar 1745/6 us bit definite. On the petition of Samuel BAILEY, it is ordered that Francis Martin pay him L5:11:4 for his proportionable part of Jemima Kenyon Estate. Or Samuel Bailey may have married another daughter of John Kenyon
Source: King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752

Stephen BAILEY 1801 King George County, Virginia Will Written 9 Dec 1801
Stephen BAILEY of Hanover Parish , King George County, Virginia
Wife Jane BAILEY my whole estate.
Witness: John Spillman, Junior
        Richard Reynolds
        John Spillman
        John Wilkerson

MASON COUNTY, KENTUCKY

Samuel BAILEY - Mason 1789-1790
Samuel BAILEY will in Mason County, Kentucky Will 8 Sep 1789 Written Will Proved 22 Jun 1790
Will Book A page 35
1000 acres Licking River 100 acres Cannady Bottom
Daughter Hannah Mezar BAILEY two slaves Jane and Odom- born 1780 in Westmorland County, Virginia
Daughter Elizabeth Ann BAILEY 1000 acres on Main Lick and 100 acres on Cannady Bottom and two slaves Judy and Daniel
Executor to lay out town of Cannady Bottom and see 1 ½ acre lots
Wife (Name not given) wife to have use of estate until children raised then Son George Daniel Ludwell BAILEY to have all of estate
Wife, Wm W Coller, Wm Kenner and Benjamin Roebuck - Sworn to by Jane Bailey executor
Brother of Samuel Vincent Smith BAILEY

“Colonel Samuel BAILEY of Bailey’s Station, came to Mason County from Westmorland County, Virginia. He founded the town of Limestone, and was murdered by the Indians here. His wife was Jane McFarland of Westmorland County, Virginia. He seems closely related to the Fauquier County, Virginia Baileys some of whom also went to Mason County. “ Some of these later went to LaFayette County, Missouri. (From Helen North Waddell Papers). Bailey - Britton pages 88 - 89

Jane BAILEY Mason 1825
Order Book K page 191 January Court 1825 Jane Bailey deceased pro Hannah Wilson Hannah Mezar BAILEY married James WILSON 5 Dec 1799 Chas Gallagher Bondsman

Other Bailey Families

Joseph BAILEY married Hannah NEWBY 9 Aug 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia

Several genealogist have tried to claim Joseph BAILEY son of Carr BAILEY and Mary Minter as their ancestor. Let me say that Joseph BAILEY who married Hannah NEWBY stayed in Fauquier County, Virginia and was the son of Carr BAILEY and Mary MINTER. Joseph BAILEY of Fauquier County named his sons Carr Bailey, Washington Bailey and Joseph Bailey.

The other Joseph BAILEY gentlemen NEVER lived in Fauquier County, Virginia as far as I can ascertain.

The other men names Joseph BAILEY may have been born in Westmorland County or
Harrison County, Virginia as been suggested.

Joseph BAILEY married Hannah FOX about 1785 in Virginia (IGI) This Joseph BAILEY died 21 Jun 1850 according to some researchers.

Joseph BAILEY married Eleanor FRUM about 1781 in Virginia

Claudia Fisher of Torrance California believes that Joseph BAILEY son of Carr BAILEY married Elinor FRUM. Here is the information dated 26 Feb 1994 - I believe this to be very unlikely for a Fauquier County man to marry in Henrico County, Virginia. Also no children are named Carr, Anthony etc.

1a. Carr BAILEY married Mary MINTER
        2a. Joseph BAILEY was born 26 Jan 1761 in Fauquier County, Virginia. He married Elinor FRUM
        on 5 Mar 1783 in Henrico County, Virginia. Joseph died 21 Jun 1850 in Harrison County,
        Virginia (now West Virginia) He is buried in the Old Bailey Cemetery, Harrison County, West
        Virginia.
        Elinor FRUM was born 12 Sep 1762 (place not listed) Elinor died 27 Jun 1832 in Baileytown,
        Harrison County, West Virginia. She is also buried in the Old Bailey Cemetery, Harrison
        County, West Virginia.
        3a. John BAILEY was born 1 Aug 1784 in Harrison County, Virginia. John married Sarah
        FINDLEY about 1810 in Virginia. John died 11 Feb 1860 in Harrison County, Virginia
        3b. Joseph BAILEY was born 28 July 1786 in Harrison County, Virginia. Joseph married
        Charlotte POWELL 29 Oct 1807 in Harrison County, Virginia. Joseph died 19 Dec 1825
        In Harrison County, Virginia and is buried in the Old Bailey Cemetery, Harrison County,
        West Virginia
        4a. Marilla BAILEY was born 28 Sep 1808 in Harrison County, Virginia. Marrilla married
        Nimrod Garret BROHARD 1 Mar 1829 in Harrison County, Virginia.
        4b. Nancy BAILEY was born about 1811. Nancy married Hamilton CATHER
        4c. Sallie BAILEY was born about 1813. Sallie married Uriah MCDANIEL
        4d. Patty BAILEY was born 1815. Patty married Mr DAVIDSON
        4e. Matilda BAILEY was born 27 Mar 1819 in Taylor County, Virginia Matilda married
        George Washington BROHARD 12 Jul 1838 in Clarksburg, Virginia Matilda died 24 July
        1895 in Wellston, Ohio. She is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery, Road to Leo Ohio
        4f. Matilda BAILEY was born in 1819. Matilda married Reuben POWELL
        4g. Helen BAILEY was born 22 Sep1821 and died 22 Sep 1821
     
        3c. Nancy BAILEY married Mr DILLON
        3d. Rachel BAILEY was born in 1790 in Harrison County, Virginia. Rachel married William
        POWELL 3 Mar 1810 in Virginia.
        3e. Elinor BAILEY was born in 1792 in Harrison County, Virginia. Elinor married Reuben
        POWELL 24 Dec 1812
        3f. Joel BAILEY was born in Harrison County, Virginia Joel married Rachel POWELL 6 Apr
        1814 in Virginia
        3g. Stephen BAILEY died before 1850
        3h. George BAILEY was born in 1800 in Harrison County, Virginia. George married Delilah
        FRUM 12 Mar 1823
        3i. William BAILEY was born in 1801 in Harrison County, Virginia. William married Susan
        NEWTON about 1822 in Virginia. William died before 1880
    

        Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper,
       Prince William Fauquier and Stafford Counties 1710-1780 Volume III compiled by Peggy Shomo
       Joyner
       William Baily 15 Nov 172 - 17 Dec 1742 375 acres formerly belonging to John Blaver who has gone
       off and not paid Quit Rents and said Baily having married his only daughter wishes a survey on
       Blowers Mill Run adjoining Barber at Pignut Ridge. CC John & James Baily Surv Thomas Davies who
       wrote that Wm Bailey said he was in possession of a tract of land granted to John Blower whose
       daughter only child the said Bayley married & Blower has moved to North Carolina.

Census Records

1850 Census Fauquier County, Virginia Bailey Families
238 Nancy BALEY 54 Female Virginia
        Jane BALEY Female Virginia
        Nancy BALEY 15 Female Virginia
        Frances BALEY 10 Female Virginia
       
        Joseph BALEY 26 Male Virginia married 19 Sep 1844 in Fauquier County, Va
        Lucy BALEY 27 Female Virginia (Moffett)
        James BALEY 4 Male Virginia
        Jno BALEY 2 Male Virginia
        Nancy BALEY 2/12 Female Virginia

250 Chancelor BAILEY 17 Male Virginia

287 Samuel BAILEY 28 Male Virginia
        Frances BAILEY 24 Female Virginia
        Hedgeman S. BAILEY 6 Male Virginia
        Susan E BAILEY 5 Female Virginia
        Clay BAILEY 3 Male Virginia

298 Robert BAILEY 25 Male Virginia married 20 Aug 1844
        Maria BAILEY 26 Female Virginia (CLAGETT) daughter of Ferdinand
        Robert W. BAILEY 4 Male Virginia
        Samuel BAILEY Male Virginia
        Carr BAILEY 4/12 Male Virginia
        Cave BAILEY 1851 Virginia died July 1853 two year six month (was this
        Carr?)

303 Susan E. BAILEY
        Hedgeman SMITH
        Susan SMITH

311B Samuel BAILEY 56 Male Virginia
        Mary B. BAILEY 49 Female Virginia
        James P BAILEY 19 Male Virginia

316 Tomlin BAILEY 60 Male Virginia married 18 Sep 1820
        Ann BAILEY 66 Female Virginia (CLAGETT)
        William BAILEY 23 Male Virginia
        Hellen BAILEY 21 Female Virginia
        Caroline BAILEY 19 Female Virginia
        Wm BAILEY 13 Male Virginia
        Lafe BAILEY 12 Male Virginia

318 James W. BAILEY 24 Male Virginia

1860 Lee County, Virginia Census
HH#1398 BALEY Carr 35 Male Lee County, Virginia $5,000
        Fanny 30 Female Lee County, Virginia
        Wm 8 Male Lee County, Virginia
        Elen 7 Female Lee County, Virginia
        Summers 5 Male Lee County, Virginia
        Jas D 3 Male Lee County, Virginia
        Florence 1 Female Lee County, Virginia

HH1399 BALEY Furgueson 23 Male Lee County Virginia $200
        Jane 23 Female
        Lousa 3 Female
        Josafin 2 Female

HH#1400 BAILY Wm 84 Male Lee County, Virginia $200
        Margret 59 Female
        Sarah 18 Female

1880 Census Freeman’s Creek, Lewis County, West Virginia
page 122A Hendson BAILEY 58 Male WV fa VA mo Va
        Charlotte 54 Female WV fa IR mo NJ
        Joseph H 24 Male
        Nancy Ann 21 Female
        Mary M 21 Female
        Emma A 21 Female
        Wm Grant 15 Male
        Catherine E HITT 27 Female

Page 122A John BAILEY 29 Male WV fa WV mo WV
        S Jane 25 Female
        Gary 1 Male
        Lee Jackson BAILEY 1month Male

Other Records that may be related or have interest

        NEWBY FAMILY

NEWBY, Hannah Joseph BAILEY 9 Aug 1777 Fauquier County, Virginia
NEWBY, Nancy William BAILEY 11 Feb 1782 Fauquier County, Virginia
NEWBY, Sinah Robert GILISON 7 Dec 1790 Fauquier County, Virginia

Northern Virginia Genealogy Volume 4 Number 4 Fall 1999
Guardian Bonds, 1969-1832
Joan W. Peters, CGRS
        Orphan Parent Guardian
1777-003 BAILEY, Molly BAILEY, James White, William
1777-003 BAILEY, Nanny BAILEY, James White, William
1777-003 BAILEY, Thomas BAILEY, James White, William
1777-003 BAILEY, William BAILEY, James White, William

WRIGHT FAMILY

Will Book 1 pages 16-18 Fauquier County, Virginia

1a. Joseph WRIGHT left his will in Fauquier County, Virginia dated 5 Nov 1759.
        2a. John WRIGHT
        2b. Hester WRIGHT married Mr. JACKMAN
        2c. Mary WRIGHT married Mr RUSSELL
        2d. Catherine WRIGHT married Mr BAILEY

His estate to be equally divided among his children.

Executors: His friends William RUSSELL and Thomas JACKMAN
Witnesses Lazarus Taylor, Richard MCPHERSON, Elizabeth BUTLER

Joseph WRIGHT left a codicil to his will written 5 Nov 1759 and proved 27 Mar 1760.

Page 25-27 Joseph Wright (Inventory) Appraised by Thomas Porter, Jos Hitt, Hermon Hitt and sworn before Col John Bell. Returned to court 27 Nov 1761

Page 39 Joseph WRIGHT (Estate Accounty)
To paid: Captain Elias Edmonds, Harman Hitt, Karr BAYLEY, Joseph HUDNALL,
John Reddish, William, Robinson, Henry MOFFETT, Samuel Earle, Col. William BLACKWELL, Edward Ball, Thomas Jackman, William Russell returned 27 Aug 1761.

date of will: 05 Nov 1759 - proved 27 Mar 1760. pages 16-18: JOSEPH WRIGHT (Will) Date: 5 November 1759 Son: John (written in pencil) Wright Daus: Hester Jackman Mary Russell Catherine Bailey All my whole Estate both real and personal to be equally divided to them and their heirs forever. Exors: friends William Russell and Thomas Jackman Signed: Jos. (+) Wright Wit: Lazarus Taylor, Richard McPherson, Elizabeth (X) Butler Codicil: 5 November 1759 Children: John Wright, Hester Jackman, Mary Russell and Catharine Bailey - all my real estate and "personal and remembering on Information by sundry of my neighbours that my son John had made a Conveyance Deed to Capt. Elias Edmonds for that part of the land I now live on which he says he held by a Deed of Gift that I made to him some years past which I utterly disallow, revoke and deny that ever I made a Deed to him for any Land, except it was for that part which he lived on as far as the Division Lane as we formerly made". Declared to be a Recollection of Memory. Prov: 27 March 1760 by oath of Lazarus Taylor and Richard McPherson. William Russell and Thomas Jackman granted bond and cert.

Will Book 1 page 430 In the name of God Amen this fifteenth day of March one thousand seven hundred and seventy six I Thomas Jackman of Fauquier County being weak of body but of perfect memory - thanks be to God for it, therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament, That is to say I recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body I recommend it to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executors which I shall appoint my Sons Thomas Jackman and Richard Jackman and Adam Jackman and Joseph Jackman nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life I leave and dispose of this same in the following manner and form following. ITEM. I leave to my Son Thomas Jackman one hundred and thirty Acres of land where he now lives and he is to pay Betty Stone fifty shillings out of it for that is all I intend for her out of my Estate as Witness my hand Thomas Jackman Sen'r. ITEM. I leave to my Son Richard Jackman my Pignut ridge tract of land and he is to pay my daughter Sarah Nevil fifty shillings out of it for that is all I intend for her out of my Estate as Witness my hand Tho's. Jackman Sen'r. ITEM. I leave to my Son Adam Jackman my old plantation tract of land lying at the Watry mountain and he is to pay Margaret Underwood fifty shillings out of it for that is all I intend for her out of my Estate As Witness my hand Thomas Jackman Sen. ITEM. I leave to my son William Jackman one hundred Acres of land where he now lives or less beginning at the poplar spring branch and a strait line by a great oak to the black bottom branch then to Millers line and thence along and so to the beginning and if he should die without heir lawfully begotten of his body, it shall fall to my son Joseph and I likewise leave to William Jackman my negro child Charles and he is to pay Mary Walker fifty shillings out of it for that is all I intend for her out of my Estate as Witness my hand Tho's Jackman Sen'r. ITEM. I leave to my son Joseph the plantation where I now live which is the remainder after my Son Thomas and William is laid off and I likewise leave to my Son Joseph my negro man Jack and my negro man Ralph and my Negro Woman Catie and my Still and all my Stock but my riding horse and Saddle. That I leave to my Son John Jackman and all the rest of my Stock to my Son Joseph Jackman consisting of horses mares and Colts, Sheep and Cattle and hogs and all my household furniture beds chests chairs pewter pots and tools of all kinds and I so order it that he pay Ann Smith fifty shillings out of it for that is all I intend for her out of it as witness my hand Thomas Jackman and I further order that he first of all pay all my debts and take care of his mother and never disturb her so long as she shall live, and it is ordered that she shall have possession of the house where I now live as long as she lives and never be mislested. And I further leave to my Son Joseph all debts due to me from any person or persons and if my Son Joseph should die without heir lawfully betoton of his that it shall fall to my Son Adam otherwise to my Son Joseph and his heirs forever. Remember that my Son and to my Son Joseph Jackman is interlined for I intend none of my Stock for John but my horse and saddle. ITEM. I still leave to my Son John Jackman one negro Girl Sal and my Rifle Gun, and if he should die without heir lawfully begotten of his body, then to my son Joseph. ITEM. I leave to my Daughter, Hannah Smith one negro Girl named Nan. ITEM. I leave to my Daughter Rebecca Smith one Negro girl named Milly, and this is my Will that my Estate shall not be appraised nor inventoried and if anyone of my Children shall grumble or be disatisfied at this my Will, he or she I do allow but one shilling Sterling and the part Intended for them is to be equally divided amongst the rest of my Children. And so I again appoint Thomas Jackman and Richard Jackman and Adam Jackman and Joseph Jackman full and sole Executors of this my last Will and testament hereby revoking disannulling and making void all former Wills and Requests by me made but this only to be my last Will and testament In Witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written. Tho's Jackman SS Signed sealed published pronounced and declared by this and Thomas Jackman to be his last Will and Testament in presents of us the subscribers. Teste Thomas James John Johnson Henry Moffatt, Jn'r At a Court held for Fauquier County the 25th day of March 1782. This Will was proved by the oaths of Thomas James and John Johnson Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Joseph Jackman one of the Executors therein named who made oath and executed and acknowledged bond as the law directs. Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. Teste H Brookell

MILITARY RECORDS, CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE DISCHARGE HEIRS, & PENSION DECLARATIONS AND SCHEDULES FROM THE FAUQUIER COUNTY, VIRGINIA COURT MINUTE BOOKS 1784-1840, compiled by Joan W. Peters, Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland 1999.

February Court 1794 page 50
Ordered it certified that Moses Bailey is heir at law to James Bailey, a soldier in Captain Stribling’s Company in the late war, and it appeared that James Bailey had a brother other than Moses Bailey who is since dead, but if it should appear that he died with lawful issue then the pay of James Bailey shall go to the heirs and it is ordered that Moses Bailey lodge a Bond with security tot the (older brother’s) representatives in the Clerk’s office to this effect before he obtains the certificate.

January 24, 1827 Court
It appears to the satisfaction of the Court, from the Declaration of William Bailey, under oath, and affidavits of John Kemper, William Withers and the records of this Court and the Superior Court of this County, transcripts of which are directed to be annexed to his Declarations, that William Bailey served as a soldier in the Army of the Revolution on the Continental establishment for more than 9 months against the common enemy.
After payment of debts by him set forth and those for which he is liable, that he is insolvent and that the property in his possession, with the exception of the tract of land, described and encumbered, does not exceed $50.00

The Complete Book of Emigrants 1607-1660 No Stephen BAILEY

Bailey History and Genealogy by T.H. Bailey Kingsport Tennessee 1962
Breton 929.273
        B155116

page 83.

Stephen Bailey OUR IMMIGRANT ANCESTOR

MAYBE NO APPARENTLY A STEPHEN BAILEY LEFT A WILL IN 1660 IN NORTHUMBERLAND
COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
We are reasonable sure that Stephen Bailey was our immigrant ancestor, for we
find no record or indication that he was born in America. He appeared, with
other Bailys - probably brothers or cousins in Northumberland County, Virginia
about the middle of the 17th century. His first record was when he bought 50
acres of land in Northumberland County, 1657. In may 21, 1660 he married in
Northumberland County, Ann, widow of William Walker, and died in Westmoreland
County, Virginia in 1697.

We believe he was born in Gloucestershire, England from whence he emigrated to
America. From an extensive study of more than fifty old Bailey Wills of
Gloucestershire, dating back to 1545, we are constrained to believe he was a
descendant of some of these, however, we did not make a direct connection. The
name Stephen is found in these lines. (see wills)

In a list of 10,000 emigrants who left the port of Bristol, England, for
American Ports, between 1654 and 1679, we find no Stephen Bailey. No doubt
he came before that date. There were more than 80 grants to Baileys in
Virginia recorded before 1655; so we see that the Baileys were well represented
in the early settlement of Virginia. They were also numerous in Massachusetts,
Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and the Carolinas.
These have migrated north, south and west until they now have descendants in
every county and state in North America.

Westmoreland County, Virginia Will Book page 124-125.

Stephen Bailey made his Will in Westmoreland County, as follows:

        In the name of God Amen. I Stephen Bailey of the parish of Cople, being
sick and weak in body, but of sound and perfect memory do make, constitute and
appoint this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, Imprimis
I commit my soul to God, that gave it hoping through the Merits and
Satisfaction only of my dear Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to obtain the
forgiveness of my sins anda blessed resurrection to everlasting life, and my
body to be buried at the discression of my Executors hereafter named and as for
what worldly estate, the Lord hath been pleased to Lend me I give and bequeath
as followeth, after my Debts and Funeral paid, Item. I give unto my son John
Bailey all that tract of land in the forrest by estimation fifty acres, be it
more or less with all houses fences and appurtenances thereunto belonging to
him and his heirs forever. Item. I give unto my son William Bailey all that
tract of land where on I now live with all houses, orchards, and appurtenances
thereto belonging, to him and his heirs males of his body begotten forever, and
for want of such heirs males then it is my will that the said Land and all the
appurtenances , be and remain to my son John Baily and his heirs males forever.
Item. I give unto Anne Smith my daughter, one small Iron Pot and a wearever
pann and my gray mare, branded S.B. to her and her heirs forever.

Item. I give unto Ann Bailey daughter of Stephen Bailey, deceased, one heifer
called Doll, and all her female increase, the said heifer to be and remain in
the hands of John Bailey and delviered with all the female increase to the said
Anne at 16 years of age or day of marriage which first happens and the male
increase to John Bailey for his trouble; but in case the said Anne die before
the said Time, then the said Heifer and Increase to be divided among John
Bailey's children.

Item: I give unto Mary Walker daughter of William Walker deceased one heifer
named Moll and all her increase to her and her heirs or assigns forever to be
delivered to her immediately after my death.

Item. I give unto my daughter Mary Smith one shilling.

Item. I give unto my son John Bailey, Anne Smith and William Bailey all the
residue of my personal Estate whatsover, to be equally divided amongst them at
their own discression immediately after my decease, Lastly I make constitute
and appoint my loving sons John Bailey and William Bailey Exors. of this my
last Will and Testament. In witness whereof this my last will and Testament.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seal the 8th day of
December 1696.

Sealed and published in presence of us Stephen Baly (Seal)

Henry Rosse
Samll Damanville
Thomas Bee.

Westmoreland set. At a court held for the county the 23 day of February 1697.

The Last Will and Testament of Stephen Baily proved by the Oath of the
witnesses threto subscribed and a probate there of granted to JOhn Bailey
and William Bailey the Executors therine named, and or to be Recorded.