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James Levi Bailey

James Levi Bailey

Posted: 30 Mar 2002 2:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Mar 2002 2:55AM GMT
Surnames: Bailey, Peek, Baker, Jervis, Holcomb, Anderson
Looking for parents of James Levi Bailey. Possible father is William Bailey b. Abt. 1950 in Virginia; d. Bef. 1818 Chesquas Br. ( Now Casebolt’s) French Broad River, Buncombe Co., North Carolina. Please reply to Wanda Harward at kiralinn@carolina.rr.com .Here is the information I have:
Generation No. 1

1. JAMES LEVI BAILEY was born abt. 1776 in Virginia, and died March 11, 1851 in Madison Co, NC. He married (1) MARY ? Bef. 1796 in Buncombe Co, NC. She was born 1782 in Virginia, and died 1856 in Madison Co, NC. He married (2) MARY PEEK October 1835.

Children of JAMES BAILEY and MARY ? are:
i.JAMES WILEY C.4 BAILEY, b. May 10, 1804, Buncombe Co., NC; d. July 18, 1886, Knoxville, Knox, Tn.
ii. ALLEN BAILEY, b. 1802, Virginia; d. August 10, 1892, Buncombe Co, NC; m. NANCY BAKER, October 19, 1819, Greene Co, TN; b. 1806, Greene Co, TN; d. December 1834, Yancy Co, NC.
iii. SARAH BAILEY, b. 1798.
iv. ELIZABETH BAILEY, b. 1802; m. ABNER JERVIS.
v. LEVI BAILEY, b. or 1810.
vi. MARY POLLY BAILEY, b. 1807, Gabriel's Creek, Buncombe Co, NC; m. HENRY HOLCOMB.
vii. JOYCE BAILEY, b. September 11, 1809; d. March 02, 1882.
viii. DORCUS BAILEY, b. 1813, Gabriel's Creek, Buncombe Co, NC; m. JOHN ANDERSON.
Generation No. 2
2. JAMES WILEY C.4 BAILEY (JAMES LEVI) was born May 10, 1804 in Buncombe Co., NC, and died July 18, 1886 in Knoxville, Knox, Tn. He married MARY OR POLLY BRYANT 1828 in Buncombe Co., Nc, daughter of LEWIS BRYANT and JUDY PEEK. She was born February 17, 1810 in Mars Hill, Madison, NC, and died March 13, 1901 in Knoxville, Knox, TN.

Children of JAMES BAILEY and MARY BRYANT are:
i. LEVI JACKSON5 BAILEY, b. October 13, 1837, Yancy Co., NC; d. December 21, 1915, Marshall, Madison, Nc; m. MATILDA JONES, Abt. 1866, Knox, Tennessee; b. March 25, 1845, , Carter, Tennessee; d. February 15, 1936, ?.
ii. LOUIS BRYAN BAILEY, b. October 31, 1828, Buncombe Co., Tn; d. March 04, 1874, Jonesboro, Washington, Tn.
iii. DORCUS BAILEY, b. 1830, Buncombe Co, Tn.
iv.WILLIAM C. BAILEY, b. September 11, 1832, Buncombe Co., Tn; d. November 06, 1923, Knoxville, Knox, Tn.
v.JULINA OR JULIANA BAILEY, b. April 1835, Yancy Co., Nc; d. March 31, 1951.
vi JOHN W BAILEY, b. 1840, Knoxville, Knox, Tn.
vii. ELIZA JANE BAILEY, b. April 1840, Yancy Co., Nc.
viii. JAMES M. BAILEY, b. September 13, 1844, Carter Co., Tn; d. July 14, 1892, Knoxville, Knox, Tn.
ix. MARY E BAILEY, b. April 01, 1847, Knoxville, Knox, Tn; d. July 13, 1884, Knoxville, Knox, Tn.
x. GEORGE W. BAILEY, b. August 31, 1849, Knoxville, Knox, Tn; d. October 15, 1883, Knoxville, Knox, Tn.
xi. JEREMIAH BAILEY, b. December 19, 1851, Carter Co., Tn; d. February 15, 1883, Knoxville, Knox, Tn.

Re: James Levi Bailey

Posted: 8 Nov 2002 5:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Apr 2004 3:03PM GMT
Surnames: BAILEY
I note you have a Louis Bryan Bailey in your line.

I have a Bryan Bailey b. 1806 married to Teresa Johnston who was in Houston County, Ga. in 1829 and in Randolph County, Ga. by 1849. Migrated to Winn Parish, La. 1857.

Any chance James Levi and Bryan are related?

Incidentally, for some reason my address on this message is wrong. Correct address is ralph-dianne@charter.net.

Re: James Levi Bailey

Posted: 10 Nov 2002 11:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Mar 2003 1:26PM GMT
Surnames: Bailey
My Louis Bryan Bailey was married to a Sarah Erwin, so it looks like they are not the same person.

I have my information on line now, so you might want to have a look at it and see if you see any matches.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/a/r/Wanda-Harwa...

Thanks for the reply!

Looking for Donald Bailey (Black Mountain ,NC )

Posted: 13 Feb 2004 3:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jun 2005 1:59PM GMT
Surnames: Bailey, Payne
Married to Lecia Payne , Lecia was my Great grandmother sister .

Re: James Levi Bailey

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 12:25AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bailey-Bryan
Hi there,
I too am looking for the parents of William Bailey who was born circa 1750 in VA. I noticed your question re: the Bryan name and the Bailey name. I do have a Bryan that married into the Bailey line: Mary "Polly" Bryan Married James Wiley C. Bailey. Mary's father Lewis H. Bryan/Bryant 1780-1851. Hope this was helpful.
Theresa Bailey Feldmann

Re: James Levi Bailey

Posted: 5 Apr 2013 5:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bailey
Thanks Theresa.

My 3rd grandmother was Teresa or Theresa or Clarissa Johnston Bailey married to Bryan(t)Bailey. She was born 1808, probably in Ga.and that is about all I know about her other than that a Frances Johnston was living with her and Bryan in the 1850 Randolph County, Ga. and the 1860 Winn Parish, La. census.

My oldest known Bailey ancestor is Philip b. 1760-1769 according to the 1830 Houston County, Ga. census which is the only census he appears on.

There are 5 Philip Baileys in the 1790 Virginia census, none of which I can tell migrated to Ga. What a mess.

I know Philip probably was in NC because his daughter lovecey (spelled several ways) was born there ca. 1791 and I can find Philip Baileys in NC, but no way to connect them to my Phillip.

I appreciate your response and good luck.

Ralph Bailey
Mandeville

Re: James Levi Bailey

Posted: 23 Jun 2014 1:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am interested in establishing contact with persons studying James Levi Bailey....

My grandfather, another James Levi Bailey, is descended from Baileys who settled first in Rowley, Mass., in the colonial period. After one of the family, a Samuel Bailey, was killed in the Battle of Bunker Hill, Samuel's son moved to Vermont and began a very successful milling operation at Bailey's Mills. That small community still exists and the large home is today a Bed and Breakfast. When we visited there some years ago we were shown a secret trap door leading to a hidden room that was a stop on the Underground Railroad.

My grandfather's father, Ransom Bailey, left Vermont and settled first at Baileyville, Illinois, and then moved to Iowa. I was born in Iowa but my work brought me back East to New Jersey.

Several years ago my wife met a woman from Virginia whose name was Bailey, and who claimed that her ancestors also were involved in helping slaves get up North and eventually to Canada.

My question is this: Is it a coincidence that there were two James Levi Baileys, and could there be any connection with that underground railroad.

James Martin Bailey
973.324.9684
martbailey@aol.com
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