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    1. Re: [BAILEY-UK] BAILEY-UK Digest, Vol 3, Issue 9
    2. Jan Nendick
    3. I am researching Baileys as well and have Benjamin Baileys, but none going to Va that I know of. Whereabouts did they live and do you have any more details? Best wishes Jan -----Original Message----- From: bailey-uk-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:bailey-uk-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of bailey-uk-request@rootsweb.com Sent: 17 September 2008 08:01 To: bailey-uk@rootsweb.com Subject: BAILEY-UK Digest, Vol 3, Issue 9 This BAILEY-UK digest is now sent to you from RootsWeb using new software. There are two forms for the digest MIME or Plain Text. To receive the digest in the other format, please contact the list admin at &lt; BAILEY-UK-admin@rootsweb.com > and specify which format you would prefer. You can confirm which format you are current receiving by looking at the full headers of this message. Plain Text Digest are "Content-Type: text/plain;" and MIME digests are "Content-Type: multipart/mixed;". The way that a digest looks is very much the function of the e-mail system that is being used to read the message. When replying to a digest message, quote only the specific message to which you are replying, removing the rest of the digest from your reply. Also, remember to change the subject of your reply so that it coincides with the message subject to which you are replying. To send a new message to the list send it to BAILEY-UK@rootsweb.com Today's Topics: 1. UKrootswebBailey (bonnie hoskins) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 18:53:10 -0700 (PDT) From: bonnie hoskins <bhoskins68@yahoo.com> Subject: [BAILEY-UK] UKrootswebBailey To: BAILEY-UK@rootsweb.com Message-ID: <378984.81418.qm@web62206.mail.re1.yahoo.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Cherylanne, I saw a messaage to Jane in 2004 concerning a posting in the mailing archives search. I am a decendant of Benamin Bailey who came from England to Va. I am researching the Baileys.? ------------------------------ To contact the BAILEY-UK list administrator, send an email to BAILEY-UK-admin@rootsweb.com. To post a message to the BAILEY-UK mailing list, send an email to BAILEY-UK@rootsweb.com. __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to BAILEY-UK-request@rootsweb.com with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of BAILEY-UK Digest, Vol 3, Issue 9 *************************************** No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG - http://www.avg.com Version: 8.0.169 / Virus Database: 270.6.21/1675 - Release Date: 9/16/2008 7:06 PM

    09/17/2008 09:27:37
    1. [BAILEY-UK] UKrootswebBailey
    2. bonnie hoskins
    3. Cherylanne, I saw a messaage to Jane in 2004 concerning a posting in the mailing archives search. I am a decendant of Benamin Bailey who came from England to Va. I am researching the Baileys. 

    09/16/2008 12:53:10
    1. [BAILEY-UK] BAILEY family, Midsomer Norton
    2. Carole Hall
    3. Hi everyone, I'm new to this list, so I hope there is someone out there who can help with my research, this would be very much appreciated. I have been looking for my grandfather John Baker for a few years now. Have been stopped by several enormous brick walls! >From my research he gave the address of 102 High Street, Midsomer Norton, Somerset when he enlisted in the army in 1914 aged 45, although he is not on the electoral register or on the census in 1901 as living there. The MATTHEWS family were. At this time the family living at this address was Frederick and Ada MATTHEWS (nee BAILEY). They had 4 children. Does anyone who may be researching the BAILEY family know of John BAKER. I think it may be possible he changed his name at some point as there was some scandal when he got together with my grandmother Alice May SIMMONDS/THOROGOOD/BAKER. If this is the case, then maybe Ada BAILEY was his sister or related in some way. I have tried every other avenue, so this is my last resort along with the MATTHEWS family, which I will also try. I have put together a small BAILEY tree, but cannot find any link to my John. Thank you for any advice or help in advance. Regards Carole

    07/30/2008 10:19:33
    1. Re: [BAILEY-UK] RIP Bob Cunning
    2. Doug Bailey
    3. I am very sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I always felt bad ignoring his regular post; my Baileys came from less than 20 miles away but I had no information that could help. Doug -----Original Message----- From: bailey-uk-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:bailey-uk-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Keith Elmo Eldridge Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 9:45 AM To: 'Essex-UK-L Mailing List'; 'BAILEY-UK-L Mailing List' Cc: 'London-L Mailing List'; 'London-life-L Mailing List' Subject: [BAILEY-UK] RIP Bob Cunning I am sorry to have to report that Bob Cunning passed away last week. Bob was a long time subscriber and regular contributor to many RootsWeb mailing lists. Regards Elmo. -- --Keith Elmo ELDRIDGE --Elmo@aphelia.co.uk --Buxworth, High Peak, Derbyshire, England. --List Administrator of the Essex-UK and BAILEY-UK mailing lists ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to BAILEY-UK-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/05/2008 11:42:32
    1. [BAILEY-UK] RIP Bob Cunning
    2. Keith Elmo Eldridge
    3. I am sorry to have to report that Bob Cunning passed away last week. Bob was a long time subscriber and regular contributor to many RootsWeb mailing lists. Regards Elmo. -- --Keith Elmo ELDRIDGE --Elmo@aphelia.co.uk --Buxworth, High Peak, Derbyshire, England. --List Administrator of the Essex-UK and BAILEY-UK mailing lists

    06/04/2008 11:44:53
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Reuben BAILEY
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Australia. I am researching Reuben BAILEY, born Kelston, Somerset 1846. Reuben and his family migrated to Australia in 1857 and he married Jane WELCH in Gladstone in 1874. Reuben died in Capetown, South Africa on 22 April 1899. They were my GGrandparetns and I would like to hear from anyone researching this BAILEY line. I have all the UK Census information. I believe that I have all the BMD in UK/Queensland and am now only looking to swap data with others researching same. Cheers, Bob in Melbourne.

    04/27/2008 06:58:00
    1. [BAILEY-UK] BAILEY/SQUIRES
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. Is anyone researching John/Mary (nee SQUIRES) BAILEY in Kelston, Somerset in the 1850's? I have the 1841/51 census details and also a "possible" on 1841 for Mary's family at Westerleigh. Cheers, Bob in Melbourne

    04/25/2008 06:55:43
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Reuben BAILEY
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. I am researching Reuben BAILEY, born Kelston, Somerset 1846. Reuben and his family migrated to Australia in 1857 and married Jane WELCH in Gladstone in 1874. Reuben died in Capetown, South Africa on 22 April 1899. They were my GGrandparetns and I would like to hear from anyone researching this BAILEY line. I have all the UK Census information. Cheers, Bob.

    02/28/2008 05:15:02
    1. [BAILEY-UK] BAILEY/SQUIRES
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. Is anyone researching John/Mary (nee SQUIRES) BAILEY in Kelston, Somerset in the 1850's? I have the 1841/51 census details and also a "possible" on 1841 for Mary's family at Westerleigh. Cheers, Bob in Melbourne

    02/23/2008 06:22:04
    1. [BAILEY-UK] How tor read Bishop's Cannings Parish data on Bailey?
    2. JFBailey
    3. Found url http://www.geocities.com/keeto111/bailey/bailey.html How does one interpret this shorthand? *1595-1812 Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire: bps ex P014381 1591-1812 & C014382, m's ex M014381-M014382 Joseph F. Bailey www.baileywick.com <http://www.baileywick.com/> SKYPE: BaileyWick 1.408.867.7816

    01/20/2008 07:18:00
    1. [BAILEY-UK] New Year Resolutions for BAILEY-UK Subscribers
    2. Keith Elmo Eldridge
    3. Dear BAILEY-UK Subscribers, Here are some resolutions to think about in the coming year: I will use uppercase for family names. I will use leading capitals for given names and place names. I will not shout (use words, except for family names and initials, that are all in capitals.) I will use meaningful subjects. I will only quote part of the messages that I reply to. I will only send messages to the list < BAILEY-UK@rootsweb.com > or < BAILEY-UK-L@rootsweb.com > and commands to the List Servers < BAILEY-UK-Request@rootsweb.com >, < BAILEY-UK-L-Request@rootsweb.com > and < BAILEY-UK-D-Request@rootsweb.com >. I will not send non ASCII characters (pound symbols and accented characters.) I will not send messages larger than 12,000 bytes. I will not send attachments or HTML (we prefer Plain Text.) I will not send Spam. I will try to keep messages on-topic (Genealogy and Family History related to the family name BAILEY and its variations, in the United Kingdom.) I will not send virus warnings to the list without first consulting the Listowner. I will not send complaints or criticism about other subscribers to the list (only the Listowner.) I will not let my mailbox fill-up to the point were my ISP bounces incoming messages. I will be kind and patient with Newbies (new subscribers to the list.) I will use the archives, at < http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index?list=BAILEY-UK > and < http://archiver.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/search?aop&path=BAILEY-UK >, to look-up items that have already been posted to the list. I will respect the copyright of other's work and acknowledge my sources. I will change the Subject of a reply to reflect the contents of the message when needed. I will send thank yous to replies to my queries either personally off-list or generically on-list. I will use RootsWeb Password Central < http://passwordcentral.rootsweb.com > if I need to see if I am still subscribed to the list. If there appears to be problems with all the RootsWeb mailing lists, I will visit the RootsWeb Help Desk < http://helpdesk.rootsweb.com/ > or the new Find Answers page < http://rootsweb.custhelp.com/ > to look for any Announcements. When I unsubscribe or resubscribe to the mailing list I will always put the UNSUBSCRIBE or SUBSCRIBE command in Subject field. (It is recommended to put the command in the body of the message as well as the Subject, but if the command isn't in the Subject the request will vanish into thin air.) All the best for a happy and prosperous New Year and may all your searches be successful. Wassail Elmo. -- --Keith Elmo ELDRIDGE BAILEY-UK-Admin@rootsweb.com --Elmo@aphelia.co.uk --Buxworth, High Peak, Derbyshire, England. --List Administrator of the BAILEY-UK mailing list

    01/01/2008 10:03:30
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Reuben BAILEY
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. I am researching Reuben BAILEY, born Kelston, Somerset 1846. Reuben and his family migrated to Australia in 1857 and married Jane WELCH in Gladstone in 1874. Reuben died in Capetown, South Africa on 22 April 1899. They were my GGrandparetns and I would like to hear from anyone researching this BAILEY line. I have the UK Census information. Cheers, Bob.

    12/24/2007 05:13:08
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Fw: BAILEY/SQUIRES
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. Is anyone researching John/Mary (nee SQUIRES) BAILEY in Kelston, Somerset in the 1850's? I have the 1841/51 census details and also a "possible" on 1841 for Mary's family at Westerleigh. Cheers, Bob in Melbourne

    12/22/2007 05:04:20
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Thomas Bailey (Soham, Cambridge - Norfolk - London - Colchester)
    2. Looking for descendants of the 1866 marriage (Walsingham District, Norfolk, England)?of Thomas Bailey and Elizabeth Haddon Taylor.? They later lived in London and in Colchester, Essex.? He was born in 1838 in Soham, Cambridgeshire, England.? She was born in 1839 in Costessey, Norfolk, England.? Children include: Hannah Maria Bailey (later COOPER), Alfred, Mary A., Ellen and Thomas Bailey as well.? I'm related to these folk through the mother, Elizabeth. Al Dawson Microfish7@aol.com ________________________________________________________________________ More new features than ever. Check out the new AOL Mail ! - http://o.aolcdn.com/cdn.webmail.aol.com/mailtour/aol/en-us/text.htm?ncid=aolcmp00050000000003

    12/09/2007 12:54:15
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Reuben BAILEY
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. I am researching Reuben BAILEY, born Kelston, Somerset 1846. Reuben migrated to Australia (when is unknown) and married Jane WELCH in Gladstone in 1874. Reuben died in Capetown, South Africa on 22 April 1899. They were my GGrandparetns and I would like to hear from anyone researching this BAILEY line. I have the UK Census information. Cheers, Bob.

    11/01/2007 08:49:57
    1. [BAILEY-UK] BAILEY/SQUIRES
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. Is anyone researching John/Mary (nee SQUIRES) BAILEY in Kelston, Somerset in the 1850's? I have the 1841/51 census details and also a "possible" on 1841 for Mary's family at Westerleigh. Cheers, Bob in Melbourne

    10/28/2007 07:54:27
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Reuben BAILEY
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. I am researching Reuben BAILEY, born Kelston, Somerset 1846. Reuben migrated to Australia (when is unknown) and married Jane WELCH in Gladstone in 1874. Reuben died in Capetown, South Africa on 22 April 1899. They were my GGrandparetns and I would like to hear from anyone researching this BAILEY line. I have the UK Census information. Cheers, Bob.

    09/09/2007 06:16:57
    1. [BAILEY-UK] BAILEY/SQUIRES
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. Is anyone researching John/Mary (nee SQUIRES) BAILEY in Kelston, Somerset in the 1850's? I have the 1841/51 census details and also a "possible" on 1841 for Mary's family at Westerleigh. Cheers, Bob in Melbourne

    09/02/2007 06:36:16
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Reuben BAILEY
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Please red marriage date as 1874. Cheers, Bob in Melbourne ----- Original Message ----- From: Bob Cunning To: Email Bailey Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2007 12:15 AM Subject: Reuben BAILEY Hello from Melbourne. I am researching Rueben BAILEY, born Kelston, Somerset 1846. Reuben migrated to Australia (when is unknown) and married Jane WELCH in Gladstone in 1847. Reuben died in Capetown, South Africa on 22 April 1899. They were my GGrandparetns and I would like to hear from anyone researching this BAILEY line. I have the UK Census information. Cheers, Bob.

    07/14/2007 06:47:40
    1. [BAILEY-UK] Reuben BAILEY
    2. Bob Cunning
    3. Hello from Melbourne. I am researching Ruenben BAILEY, born Kelston, Somerset 1846. Reuben migrated to Australia (when is unknown) and married Jane WELCH in Gladstone in 1847. Reuben died in Capetown, South Africa on 22 April 1899. They were my GGrandparetns and I would like to hear from anyone researching this BAILEY line. I have the UK Census information. Cheers, Bob.

    07/14/2007 06:15:24