Person:Shannon Bailey (1)

Shannon BAILEY
b.1843 OH
d.24 Jun 1908 Springfield, OH
  1. Letitia BAILEY
  2. Wane BAILEY
  3. Shannon BAILEY1843 - 1908
  4. William C. BAILEYAbt 1844 - 1900
  5. Anthem Bailey1845 -
  6. Croggin (Crogin) BAILEYAbt 1851 -
  7. Abbot BAILEYAbt 1853 -
  8. Banner C BAILEYAbt 1857 -
  9. Harriet L (Hattie) BAILEYAbt 1858 -
  10. Wilson BAILEYAbt 1860 - 1912
  11. Balsam M BAILEY/ Balsom1860 -
  12. Savanah BAILEYAbt 1861 -
  13. Clement BAILEY, V.Abt 1865 -
m. 25 Mar 1867
  1. Alta BAILEY1868 -
  2. Lela BAILEY1872 -
  3. Charlie BAILEY1873 -
  4. Leotie BAILEY1875 -
  5. Julia BAILEY1880 -
Facts and Events
Name Shannon BAILEY
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1843 OH
Marriage 25 Mar 1867 to Lucy Isabelle BOWEN
Death? 24 Jun 1908 Springfield, OH
Reference Number? 97

1870 - lived with mother

1880 Census, SHANNON BALEY, age 47, a farmer, born in Ohio, father born in VA, mother in NY. Wife, Lucy Baley, age 28, Children: Alta, daugher, 12, Charlie, 7, Leotie, daughter, 5, Lela, daughter 8, Julia daughter 5 months. Year: 1880; Census Place: York, Union, Ohio; Roll: T9_1073; Family History Film: 1255073; Page: 19.3000; Enumeration District: 72; Image: 0042.

The Rush Creek Christian, or Disciple, Church was organized June 18, 1865, by Rev. Michael Riddle. The first members were John Stanard, Joseph Cameron, Sarah Cameron, William Allen, William Sprague, W. D. Cameron, Ann G. Sprague, Marv Burnett, Temperance Osborne, Catharine Chambers, Jane Blue, Mary Bailey, Susan and George W. McLain, Shannon Bailey, Abraham McLain, James Stanard, John Bazard, Eliza and Elizabeth Price, Anthem Bailey, Benjamin Temple, Sarah Smith, Elenora L. Cheney, Sarah A. Allen, Lucretia Price, Jane Stanard, M. M. Stanard and Phoebe Merrit. John Stanard and William H. Allen were elected the first Elders; G. W. McLain first Deacon; and W. D. Cameron and Shannon Bailey, Assistant Deacons, subsequent Elders have been William D. Cameron, G. W. Merrit, J. M. Blue, T. W. Bridge and Joseph Price; Deacons, Thomas L. Poulk, Emery P. Bridges, John M. Blue, John Moore and Frank Cameron. The meetings were hold in a schoolhouse until 1875. A frame church was then erected. It is 38x45 in size, and cost about $2,200. It contains a gallery and a reception room, is surmounted by a belfry and bell, and is finely furnished. Taken all in all, it ranks among the finest country churches. The building was dedicated by Rev. William Dowling, then of Kenton, Ohio. Rev. Dana Call was the pastor in charge during its erection. Other recent ministers are Revs. John Stanard, G. W. Kline and R. T. Davies. At present the society has no regular minister. The membership includes 108 souls. A Sunday school is in operation during pleasant weather.

  1. 1870 Federal Census.