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Maryline Cauthen Westenhaver
MARYLINE6 CAUTHEN (EDWARD FRANCIS5, JOHN CANNADAY4, GEORGE WASHINGTON3, THOMAS SR.2, JAMES1) was born December 31, 1907 in Wetumpka, Elmore County, Alabama, and died December 27, 1993 in Stone Mountain, Dekalb County, Georgia. She married HERBERT JOSEPH WESTENHAVER February 20, 1937 in Auburn, Lee County, Alabama. He was born January 01, 1898, and died March 05, 1944 in Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida.
Rex Franklin Bailey
REX FRANKLIN11 BAILEY (FRED EUGENE10, FREDERICK HILL "FED"9, WILLIAM DOUGLAS8, JOHN7, JOSHUA6, WILLIAM FLEMING SR.5, JAMES4, JOHN II3, JOHN I2, STEPHEN1) was born January 29, 1941 in Hartwell, Hart Count, Geor...
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William Fleming Bailey, American Revolution Veteran recognized by DAR DAR Ancestor # A004797
William Fleming Bailey, American Revolution Veteran recognized by DAR, Daughter of American Revolution
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BAILEY, WILLIAM FLEMING Ancestor #: A004797 Service: NORTH CAROLINA
Rank: SOLDIER Birth: 1750 Death: (ANTE) 3-31-1817
CEDAR CREEK LANCASTER DIST SOUTH CAROL...
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Salem Cemetery, Heath Springs, Lancaster County, South Carolina Site of old Salem Methodist Episcopal Church GPS location: N 34° 36.031; W 80° 41.006 Latitude: 34.600221 Longitude: -80.683315 http://itouchmap.com/latlong.html Find A Grave Memorial# 19783859 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19783859 Ref No. 29-139 Salem Cemetery n34 36.019 , w80 41.008 http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&time=&date=&ttype=&q=n34+36.019,+w80+41.008 4800-4816 Kershaw Camden Hwy, Heath Springs, SC 29058 4838 North Main South of intersection of New Hope Road or (State Rd S-29-34) and Highway 521 (N. Main) or Kershaw Camden Hwy, just inside North West city limits of Heath Springs Mackey Walker Cemetery, Lancaster County, South Carolina Feature ID: 1241706 GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 34.58000, Longitude: -80.77360 Pitmon Crossroad Community Hoke Road (State Rd S-29-205) South of Tate Lane Find A Grave Memorial# 32019596 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=32019596 Zip Code 29058 Ref No. 29-130, Walker Family, Mackey n34 34.817 , w80 46.400
William Fleming Bailey NSDAR Ancestor # A004797 and NSSAR ACN 52867 (Approved 7 May 2013) Bailey, William Fleming Service: North Carolina Rank: Soldier Birth: 1750 Death: 3-31-1817 Cedar Creek, Lancaster District, South Carolina Service Source: NC Rev War Pay Vouchers, #1331, Roll # S.115.66 Service Description: Private in the Continental Line of North Carolina
Marriage Bond dated 9th of July 1777 Bue Co., N.C., for marriage of William Fleming Bailey and Nolley Sprunt. Original in N.C. Archives.
Revolutionary Pay Voucher No. 1331, dated 1 Sep 1784, Halifax District, North Carolina. William Bailey served in the Continental Line of North Carolina
Lancaster County, South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1787 -1811
By Brent H. Holcomb, C.A.L.S.
Pp. 179-180: 17 Oct 1786, Peter Boer of North Carolina, Granville County, to William Baily of Lancaser Co., SC, planter (lease sl, release 50 sterling) land in Craven Co., on E side Wateree River on Cedar Creek & the road leading from Rocky Mount to the Hanging Rock, all sides vacant, where the said William Baily now liveth, grant to Thomas Brannan, and sold by Brannan to James Mcollough, the to Peter Boyer; 14 Sept 1771 Rec. In Sec. Office Book III p. 339 Peter Boyer (Seal), Wit: Jos Cole, John Stephens, Richard Perry (X).
Page 80: 17 Apr 1787, Nathaniel Pace of Camden Dist., to William Bailey, of same, for lb. 10 … 100 A (acres) on Cedar Creek Catawba River … Nathaniel Pace (Seal), Micajah Crenshaw, James Crenshaw. Prov. By Nathaniel Pace, 22 Apr 1789, before Robert...
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(Further proof of William Fleming Bailey's service during the American Revolution). Three hundred and thirty acres were surveyed for William Bailey on the 3rd of January 1788. Situate in the District of Camden on the Drains and Runs of Cedar Creek North East Side of the Catawba River bounding South West on said William Baileys & William Stevens Land, South West on William Robinson's Land & Vacant Land, North West on Jon Simpson and Isaac Stewarts Land , North East on Bailey Flemings Land. On June 2nd 1788, he paid seven pounds for the tract of land, witness by Thomas Pinckney. Chimney and foundation remains of the Bailey home site can be found along Cedar Creek, on Walker Road which is between Stoneboro Road(Hwy. 522) and MT. Carmel Campground Road.
NSSAR, National Society Sons of the American Revolution, William Fleming Bailey, ACN 52867, Registered/Approved 07 May 2013, Page 2, List of Proof Documents for Bloodline Lineage and References to Ancestors' Revolutionary War Service
NSSAR, National Society Sons of the American Revolution, William Fleming Bailey, ACN 52867, Registered/Approved 07 May 2013, Page 1, Bloodline to Patriot Ancestor
The Patriot Ancestor, William Fleming Bailey Senior, was approved and recognized on 7 May 2013 by the NSSAR, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, through the lineage and documentation submitted by descendant, DeCody Brad Marble. This Bailey lineage is from the son, Kennedy William Bailey, and his son Lawrence DeCody Bailey, and his son Robert Bradshaw Bailey. The ACN, Ancestral Number is 52867.