Person:Thomas Baily (1)

m. 11 Feb 1686/87
  1. Ann Baily1653/54 - 1662
  2. Mary Baily1688 - 1741
  3. Ann Short Baily1691 - 1774
  4. Daniel Baily, Sr1693 - 1783
  5. Isaac Baily1695 - 1732
  6. Joel Baily1697 - 1775
  7. John Baily1698 - 1793
  8. Thomas Baily1699 - 1764
  9. Josiah BailyAbt 1701 - 1791
m. 9 Mar 1733/34
  1. John Baily1733/34 - 1789
  2. Isaac Baily1736 - 1826
  3. Thomira Baily
  4. Jemima Baily1743 -
  5. Hannah Baily1751 - 1780
  6. Nancy Ann Baily1751 - 1786
  7. Thomas Baily1753 - 1828
  8. Sarah Baily1755 - 1830
  9. Mary Baily1756 -
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Baily
Alt Name Thomas Bailey
Gender Male
Birth? 1699 Aston, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Alt Birth? 1700 Marlboro, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage 9 Mar 1733/34 Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania, United Statesto Sarah Bentley
Death? 1764 Newlin, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States

son of Joel Baily and Ann Short, was born Chester Co., 1734. He married Sarah Bentley, daughter of John Bentley and Mary ___, in 1734. New Garden MM records of 26 October 1734 note a report from London Grove MM that "Thomas Beally is married of the unity of friends." New Garden MM records the following dated 27 October 1759, "Thomas Baily having formerly been disowned by this Meeting for Marrying out of the unity of Friends by a Priest (her parents were Baptists from Newlin) & and having a Desire to be Rec'd into Membership again Produced a Paper to this Meeting desiring Friends to Receive him under their care; which Request after sollid Consideration is granted." Thomas got a certiificate from New Garden MM to Bradford MM on 5 April 1760. It read in part: "Whereas Thomas Baily have Requested a few Lines by way of Certificate In order to be Joyned to your meeting; these Comes to Inform You that After Needful Inquirey Made we Do not find but his Life and Conversation is in a good Degree Orderly: A frequenter of meetings and his outward Affairs are Settled to Satisfactory as far as Appears."<26>,<27> He was received on certificate from New Garden Monthly Meeting on 18 April 1760 by Bradford Monthly Meeting. He died circa 1764 Newlin Twp., Chester Co., PA.<28> Thomas died intestate; letters of administration were issued to his son, John Baily, on 18 August 1764.<29>