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    1. [BAYLY] (no subject)
    2. Looking for any family genealogy on Albert F. Bayly who wrote this hymn in 1961. Please send any information to our list so that everyone can learn about this prolific HYMNOLOGIST. THANKS SO MUCH Glenn CHRISTIAN HYMN:LORD WHOSE LOVE THROUGH HUMBLE SERVICE MONDAY, FEBRUARY TWENTY-FIRST FOR TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN Lord whose love through humble service bore the weight of human need, Who upon the cross forsaken, offered mercy's perfect deed: We your servants bring the worship not of voice alone but heart, Consecrating to your purpose every gift that you impart. ======================================== Still your children wander homeless; still the hungry cry for bread; Still the captives long for freedom; still in grief we wourn our dead. As O Lord your deep compassion healed the sick and freed the soul, Use the love your Spirit kindles still to save and make us whole. ============================================== As we worship grant us vision, till your love's revealing light In its height and depth and greatness dawns upon our quickened sight, Making known the needs and burdens your compassion bids us bear, Stirring us to tireless striving your abundant life to share. ========================================= Called by worship to your service, forth in your dear name we go To the child, the youth, the aged, love in living deeds to show; Hope and health, good will and comfort, counsel, aid and peace we give, That your servants, Lord, in freedom may your mercy know and live. ================================================ The author of this Christian hymn was Albert F. Bayly in 1961. The musical contribution is attributed to B. F. White in 1844. Should anyone know of any other BAYLY or BAYLEY genealogy which would be of interest to our BAYLY or BAYLEY mailing members; you are cordially invited to share a bit of their lineage with us at anytime.

    02/22/2011 05:10:44
    1. Re: [BAYLY] Bayly London
    2. pandtcurrie
    3. Hi Denise thankyou so much for replying There was a message in the Bayly archives that does fit in exactly I only hope the lady concerned still has the same email. Anyway all the best Tania Currie ----- Original Message ----- From: <Denisebyly@aol.com> To: <BAYLY-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Friday, November 08, 2002 6:17 AM Subject: Re: [BAYLY] Bayly London > Unfortunately, this does not match with any of the Bayly information that I have. > > > ==== BAYLY Mailing List ==== > BAYLY LIST ADMINISTER > commander@inetone.net > > > ============================== > To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to: > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237 >

    11/08/2002 12:58:22
    1. Re: [BAYLY] Bayly London
    2. Unfortunately, this does not match with any of the Bayly information that I have.

    11/07/2002 05:17:55
    1. [BAYLY] Bayly London
    2. pandtcurrie
    3. Hi I am trying to trace descendants of Elizabeth Boddy Rynor and Michael Bayly married 1808 Children Michael Elizabeth George Phillips Bayly(that I know of) Julie I saw your 1999 post I hope this gets to you. Anne Lewis Rynor and Joseph Clarke Bayly had Joseph Rynor Bayly There was also George Rynor Bayly who I believe is the son of one of the children The Rynors were from Stepney and I believe they remained in London Eastend or Southwark Surrey Regards Tania Currie pandtcurrie@xtra.co.nz

    11/07/2002 01:53:48
    1. Re: [BAYLY] Bayly's in book on ebay, with some family information on page
    2. Bill Bayly
    3. Thank you for your thoughtfulness and the link to the book. Best Regards, Bill Bayly d1947@gte.net ----- Original Message ----- From: Jamie <jamiesue38@earthlink.net> To: <BAYLY-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, August 19, 2002 9:43 AM Subject: [BAYLY] Bayly's in book on ebay, with some family information on page > FYI: Not an advertisement, as it is not my book, there is alot of information on this page to use. > > Just found this book on ebay, if you don't want the book some of the family information on the page > > might help in your research. They have a photo of the book and many names and dates up there. > > The url is: > > http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1759936000 > > Hope it helps, > > Jamie > > > ==== BAYLY Mailing List ==== > > > > ============================== > To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to: > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237 > --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.381 / Virus Database: 214 - Release Date: 8/2/02

    08/19/2002 10:21:02
    1. [BAYLY] Bayly's in book on ebay, with some family information on page
    2. Jamie
    3. FYI: Not an advertisement, as it is not my book, there is alot of information on this page to use. Just found this book on ebay, if you don't want the book some of the family information on the page might help in your research. They have a photo of the book and many names and dates up there. The url is: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1759936000 Hope it helps, Jamie

    08/19/2002 05:43:36
    1. [BAYLY] WHAT'S YOUR MEMORY OF MOTHER?
    2. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! ATTENTION! We'll all celebrate Mothers Day on Sunday May 12th of 2002 Why not tell our list members about your memories of your mother. Send in a post with her name, her maiden name, and her birth date. Let us know some of your memories of how she touched your life. Give us some insight into what shaped her life and all of her talents. PLEASE! PLEASE! Put her full name in the subject line for us too! Feel free to share everything that made your mother a precious one! Have a little fun as you share your memories of your mother all MAY! OUR LIST ADMINISTRATOR: glenn <commander@inetone.net>

    05/10/2002 11:40:12
    1. Re: [BAYLY] re: W.VA Mid 1700's/Fairfax, Harrison, Taylor Counties
    2. Unfortunately, I do not have any information on Susan Bayly in West Virginia. The first Bayly I can trace in the US is Obadiah Bayly Sr. in Indiana.

    04/12/2001 04:24:05
    1. [BAYLY] re: W.VA Mid 1700's/Fairfax, Harrison, Taylor Counties
    2. Hello Looking to Fairfax County, West Virginia, and Shinntown, Harrison County, West Virginia, as well as Taylor County West Virginia researchers for some help. Harrison George's (surname George) daughter Amelia Sibba George born abt 1750 died 1849 married to James Rogers, James Edward Rogers or Edward Rogers born 1744 died 1825 Fairfax County, West Virginia. (His name was James Edward, however, they went by middle names in my family line) Children: Cynthia Rogers born aft 1765 married Bazel Taylor (Fairfax Co., W.VA) Harrison George Rogers after 1766 William A. Rogers born 1774 married Susan Bayly (Resided Taylor County, W.VA.) Lewis Rogers (Louis) born 1782 married Nancy A. Balthrop (Harrison Co., W.VA.) John Rogers born 1783 married Narcissa Thomas (Taylor and Harrison Co., W.VA) Frances Jane Rogers born April 16, 1783 married John Reynolds (Harrison Co. W.VA.) James Edward Rogers born July 22, 1785 married Elizabeth Wood (Harrison Co, W.VA., then emigrated to Muskingum Co. Ohio, then to Fulton Co., Illinois in 1838 and then on to Knox County Illinois in 1848) Robert Rogers born abt 1789 married a Nutter Webb (Unknown) There is suppose to be a book, (that I have yet to find a copy of) that was published on this family back in or about 1926 in Shinnston, Harrison County, West Virginia. If you have even the slightest piece of information about this family, please contact me. I would greatly appreciate it, and have information to share. Thomas W. Rogers The Rogers/Rodgers Family Genealogical and Historical Society http://www.expage.com/ancestorial

    04/04/2001 03:00:12
    1. [BAYLY] Re: Adele Frost BAYLY, FL-MI, m 1911-SHAW
    2. nbaily
    3. Peter, As far as I can see, she's not in my line, but you should post your request on BAILEY-L, too. (and use the subject line). There is a good chance the name's spelling was changed from your grandmother's immigrant to the US. Your grandmother could also be descended from the Baily line. Have you checked the Internet resources for all the locales you mention, sought look-ups, followed other family branches, etc.? //www.cyndislist.com/? Donna Beers' site? <//www.angelfire.com/mo/BaileyInfo/> There are some links from my site you should try as well. Good luck. Nathan Baily //homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily/ >Hi Peter, > I do not recognize the BAYLY names you mention,but if your grandmother >was born in America,it might be worth contacting a Denise BAYLY who >contacted me from America last year.Her E mail address is > Denisebyly@aol.com > good hunting >(Miss) Julie BAYLY jubay@senet.com.au >2/22 Halsbury Ave. >Kingswood 5062 >South Australia. > >---------- >> From: Peter Shaw <shawpj@hotmail.com> >> To: BAYLY-L@rootsweb.com >> Subject: Unidentified subject! >> Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 5:44 >> >> Hi Everybody >> >> I am from New Zealand, and I am trying to trace my Grandmother's >ancestry. >> She was Adele Frost BAYLY. >> >> I understand she may have been born in Florida, and that after her >parents >> died, and she and her brother John (M?) BAYLY were raised by an Aunt and >> Uncle, George and Elizabeth FROST at Mason, MI. I do know that Adele was >> married to Charles Farquhar SHAW on 6 July 1911. >> >> I have a copy of their wedding book. This states in part that they "Were >> united in Marriage according to the ordinance of God, and the laws of >> Michigan at Mason - - - by Rev W C Burns DD, Monroe MI." >> >> I know that they were members of the Prebyterian Church, and were married >in >> a Presbyterian Church, but I do not know if the marriage took place in >Ann >> Arbor, Mason or Monroe. >> >> Charles SHAW came from NZ, and was studying at MI uni. >> >> If you could provide me with any details from any of your records, I >would >> appreciate this very much. >> >> Kind regards >> >> Peter Shaw >> P O Box 29-398 >> Fendalton >> Christchurch >> New Zealand >> Tel: 025 895 333 or 03 385 3500 >> Fax: 03 385 3502 >> >> _________________________________________________________________________ >> Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com. >> >> Share information about yourself, create your own public profile at >> http://profiles.msn.com. >> >> >> ==== BAYLY Mailing List ==== >> Address all of your "BAYLY" List >> messages to: Bayly-L@rootsweb.com >> >> ============================== >> Ancestry.com Genealogical Databases >> http://www.ancestry.com/search >> Search over 2500 databases with one easy query!

    10/28/2000 02:57:43
    1. [BAYLY] Re: Unidentified subject!
    2. Julie Bayly
    3. Hi Peter, I do not recognize the BAYLY names you mention,but if your grandmother was born in America,it might be worth contacting a Denise BAYLY who contacted me from America last year.Her E mail address is Denisebyly@aol.com good hunting (Miss) Julie BAYLY jubay@senet.com.au 2/22 Halsbury Ave. Kingswood 5062 South Australia. ---------- > From: Peter Shaw <shawpj@hotmail.com> > To: BAYLY-L@rootsweb.com > Subject: Unidentified subject! > Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 5:44 > > Hi Everybody > > I am from New Zealand, and I am trying to trace my Grandmother's ancestry. > She was Adele Frost BAYLY. > > I understand she may have been born in Florida, and that after her parents > died, and she and her brother John (M?) BAYLY were raised by an Aunt and > Uncle, George and Elizabeth FROST at Mason, MI. I do know that Adele was > married to Charles Farquhar SHAW on 6 July 1911. > > I have a copy of their wedding book. This states in part that they "Were > united in Marriage according to the ordinance of God, and the laws of > Michigan at Mason - - - by Rev W C Burns DD, Monroe MI." > > I know that they were members of the Prebyterian Church, and were married in > a Presbyterian Church, but I do not know if the marriage took place in Ann > Arbor, Mason or Monroe. > > Charles SHAW came from NZ, and was studying at MI uni. > > If you could provide me with any details from any of your records, I would > appreciate this very much. > > Kind regards > > Peter Shaw > P O Box 29-398 > Fendalton > Christchurch > New Zealand > Tel: 025 895 333 or 03 385 3500 > Fax: 03 385 3502 > > _________________________________________________________________________ > Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com. > > Share information about yourself, create your own public profile at > http://profiles.msn.com. > > > ==== BAYLY Mailing List ==== > Address all of your "BAYLY" List > messages to: Bayly-L@rootsweb.com > > ============================== > Ancestry.com Genealogical Databases > http://www.ancestry.com/search > Search over 2500 databases with one easy query!

    10/27/2000 08:53:32
    1. None
    2. Peter Shaw
    3. Hi Everybody I am from New Zealand, and I am trying to trace my Grandmother's ancestry. She was Adele Frost BAYLY. I understand she may have been born in Florida, and that after her parents died, and she and her brother John (M?) BAYLY were raised by an Aunt and Uncle, George and Elizabeth FROST at Mason, MI. I do know that Adele was married to Charles Farquhar SHAW on 6 July 1911. I have a copy of their wedding book. This states in part that they "Were united in Marriage according to the ordinance of God, and the laws of Michigan at Mason - - - by Rev W C Burns DD, Monroe MI." I know that they were members of the Prebyterian Church, and were married in a Presbyterian Church, but I do not know if the marriage took place in Ann Arbor, Mason or Monroe. Charles SHAW came from NZ, and was studying at MI uni. If you could provide me with any details from any of your records, I would appreciate this very much. Kind regards Peter Shaw P O Box 29-398 Fendalton Christchurch New Zealand Tel: 025 895 333 or 03 385 3500 Fax: 03 385 3502 _________________________________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com. Share information about yourself, create your own public profile at http://profiles.msn.com.

    10/25/2000 02:14:25
    1. Re: [BAYLY] your GRANDPARENTS biographies
    2. Christopher N. Lewis
    3. Arthur Edward BAYLY, born 1884, Chudleigh, Devon, UK married Doris Ellen GILLINGHAM 2nd August 1918 I can't find the marriage certificate which is annoying me!! Arthur's parents were William Edward BAYLY, born 1857, Chipping Barnet, MDX and Tryphena Baker LEONARD, born 1854, Rose Hill, Oxford, OXF. Married, retired and died in Chudleigh, Devon, UK where William Edward was a schoolmaster. Arthur's grandparents were Richard BAYLY, born 1828, Ramsgate, KEN and Sarah Day RAMSEY, born 1854, Richmond, SRY. Family moved to Faringdon, BRK in about 1860, and Richard and Sarah are buried there, in the Free Church Cemetery. All of the families were non-conformists. Any connections? Christopher Lewis ----- Original Message ----- From: <commander@inetone.net> To: <BAYLY-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Saturday, September 09, 2000 9:57 PM Subject: [BAYLY] your GRANDPARENTS biographies > SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 2000 is GRANDPARENTS DAY > > In honor of their lives, you're invited to post a few facts about > them for our other list members, in a short Biography form. > > INCLUDE: > Birthday, Marriage Date, Spouse, Children, Parents, etc. > Birthplace, Wedding Site, Locations they lived and burial site. > > Consider this a GRANDPARENT ROLL CALL on a small basis. > > Have a little fun with your posts and WATCH your SUBJECTS > > Your List Administrator: glenn <commander@inetone.net> > > > ==== BAYLY Mailing List ==== > MESSAGE HINT: Limit your per line characters > to 65 to 75. This elminates double lines too. > > ============================== > Search ALL of RootsWeb's mailing lists in real time. > RootsWeb's Personalized Mailing Lists: > http://pml.rootsweb.com/ _________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free @yahoo.com address at http://mail.yahoo.com

    09/11/2000 11:58:52
    1. [BAYLY] your GRANDPARENTS biographies
    2. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 2000 is GRANDPARENTS DAY In honor of their lives, you're invited to post a few facts about them for our other list members, in a short Biography form. INCLUDE: Birthday, Marriage Date, Spouse, Children, Parents, etc. Birthplace, Wedding Site, Locations they lived and burial site. Consider this a GRANDPARENT ROLL CALL on a small basis. Have a little fun with your posts and WATCH your SUBJECTS Your List Administrator: glenn <commander@inetone.net>

    09/09/2000 11:57:22
    1. [BAYLY] BAYLY OF MARTOCK, SOMERSET
    2. Michael G Snell
    3. Hi I am a new subscriber to this list and am pursuing my Somerset roots. I have established that I am descended from Robert Bayly (my GGGG Grandfather), born Martock in Somerset, and his wife, Grace Pitt, born Chiselborough, Somerset. They married at St Peter & St Paul Chiselborough on 3 January 1758. They had a daughter, Ann, baptised at Chiselborough on 30 October 1758 and a son, Robert, baptised Chiselborough 19 April 1761. He (my ancestor) died in St Peter Port, Guernsey (Channel Islands) in May 1810. He married twice and has numerous (Bailey) descendents on the Island. Robert Sr and Grace either had a second daughter, Grace, or else Grace was widowed because I have also found a marriage for Grace Bayly at Chiselborough to John Davey on 31 December 1786. If anyone on the list has connections to the Bayy family from this area I should love to hear from them. Regards Michael G Snell Researching (Somerset): Bayly and Pitt

    03/14/2000 03:05:46
    1. BAYLY of Australia
    2. Greg and Gail Lloyd
    3. This is my first list on the BAYLY surname list, although I am subscribed to several others. My interest in the BAYLY name is based on my grandmother, Winifred Daphne BAYLY. I have traced her back to a John BAYLY (and Frances) who had a son in 1828 in Sydney Australia, William H BAYLY. On the christening register, it is noted John BAYLY is a soldier in the 39th Regiment. I have no other information, and cannot even determine the fate of John and Frances. I was wondering if anyone on this list has come across this particular BAYLY family? Greg Lloyd

    02/28/2000 05:09:48
    1. [BAYLY] LISTOWNER POST
    2. Carol C-H
    3. Listmembers, We always need to defend our computers against viruses. Right now, it is essential that we remember to do so, because there are worm viruses circulating. Remember that, once opened, worm viruses get into an innocent person's computer and send randomly, forging the FROM: address. The innocent person who unknowingly opened the virus and activated it usually does not even realize what has happened. Remember not to open any attachments, unless you know that the person who sent it is sending that particular attachment deliberately. Even if it is from your sister or best friend, be sure that s/he intended to send that particular attachment - her/his computer could be infected, and unknowingly be sending you a worm. For the next couple of weeks (at least), I advise that you do not open ANY attachments that end in .exe, - no matter who they are from, or what they claim to be - that attachment that looks to be and says it is a Holiday card could very well be a worm. Go to http://helpdesk.rootsweb.com/virus1.html and read what RootsWeb has to say about these viruses, then go to the other links off that page and read what they say also. If you have any doubts about anything you receive, ask someone at the RootsWeb helpdesk http://helpdesk.rootsweb.com/help.cgi Within the next couple of weeks, we will have many new cousins join us who have received computers for Christmas. Many have not used computers before. Let's please remember how we felt when we first came online, remember that these are our kin (maybe our line!!), and remember to be patient, helpful and kind. If a new cousin seems lost and/or is making mistakes, please take him/her under your wing and help, rather than being critical. I sincerely hope all of you have a happy, healthy, peaceful and safe holiday season!! Carol C-H <cch@netdoor.com> http://www2.netdoor.com/~cch/ If a problem can be solved, worry is unnecessary; If a problem cannot be solved, no amount of worry will help.

    12/21/1999 08:44:51
    1. [BAYLY] Bailey, Baillie, Bayley, Baily, Bayly
    2. Carol C-H
    3. Listmembers, Please post queries about your ancestors to this list - we can not connect if we all remain silent! There are now at least five lists for different spellings of this surname - in addition to researching the spelling used by your ancestors on the designated list, I hope you will also join the Bailey list, if you are not already a member. It has been the "primary" list for the different spellings of the surname, in that it was the one used for all spellings for a long time - you may also find cousins there. To join it, just send SUBSCRIBE in the message part of a post to Bailey-L-request@rootsweb.com Carol C-H <cch@netdoor.com> http://www2.netdoor.com/~cch/

    11/07/1999 12:06:40
    1. BAYLYs of Southwark
    2. Julie Bayly
    3. My BAYLY ancestors came to London from Folkestone Kent.Michael BAYLY (1776-1853) was a brushmaker, as possibly was his brother Joseph Clark BAYLY. My g.g.grandfather,Michael's son George Phillips BAYLY came to South Australia with his family in 1849. Joseph Clark BAYLY had a son Joseph Rynor BAYLY (B1812) who married Ann KILNER in 1835.I am wondering if there are any later descendants of this family still around. (Miss) Julie BAYLY Email jubay@senet.com.au 2/22 Halsbury Ave Kinswood 5062 South Australia

    08/31/1999 09:57:12
    1. Bayly
    2. Bill Bayly
    3. I am researching the name Bayly in Kansas during the mid to late 1800's and Colorado in the early 1900's. Given names are John Sr., John R., Carturatta (Spelling?), James, William H., Florence, Alice, Lillie Anne, Eva F., Mildred, Nettie M., Mary G., Ida, Thomas, and William S. If any of these names fit into your research please contact me. Thank you and Best Regards Bill Bayly d1947@gte.net

    08/12/1999 11:40:21