Early Generations (4)
1 George Bailey (c1805 1882) m. Jane Armstrong (1808 1879)
1.1 Margaret Bailey (1831 1918) m. John Parkinson Mawhood (1821 1892)
1.2 William Bailey (1832 1918) m. Jane Campbell (1838 1919)
1.2.1 Mary Ann Bailey (1859 1949) m. George Morrow (1856 1941)
1.2.2 Elizabeth Jane Bailey (1861 1951) m. John Morrow (1858 1946)
1.2.3 William Henry Bailey (1865 c1934) m. Sarah Eaton (c1868 1947)
1.2.4 John Parkinson Bailey (1867 1955) m. Minnie Emma Wilcox (c1881…1947)
184.108.40.206 Mabel Sabina Bailey (1902…1989) m. David William Watson (1886… 1963)
220.127.116.11 Mary Jane Bailey (1912…1994) m. Alfred John Gilmore (…)
1.2.5 Matilda Letitia Bailey (1870 1953) m. William Morrow (c1860 1951)
1.2.6 Samuel James Bailey (1872 1950) m. Jane Maria Pidgeon (…1960)
1.2.7 Emily Selina Bailey (1874 1963) m. James Whiteley (c1874…1954)
18.104.22.168 Elvira May Whiteley (1904…) m. John Andrew [“Jack”] Rogan (…)
22.214.171.124 Herbert James Colburn Whiteley (1906…1958) m. Bona Lois Jones (1915…1965)
126.96.36.199 Sheila Myra Whiteley (1914…1991) m. Robert William Hughes (1911… 1978)
1.2.8 George Herbert Bailey (1878 1965) m. Amy Elizabeth Whitfield (1877 1969)
188.8.131.52 George Richard Bailey (1903 1984) m. Gertrude Elizabeth King née Nelson (1911 1965)
1.2.9 Lucinda Bailey (1879 1958) m. Charles P Morrow (1874c 1912)
1.3 Eliza Jane Bailey (1834 1860)
1.4 John Bailey (1836 1907) m. Elizabeth Dungain
1.4.1 Eliza Jane Bailey (1864…1929) m. Charles Percival (…)
184.108.40.206 Annie Elizabeth Bailey (1911…2008) m. Cecil Charlton (1902…1970)
1.4.2 George Bailey (1866 ) m1. Ann E Arrow (c1868 1928); m2. Catherine Cecilia Bailey née Barker (c1877 1964?)
1.4.3 Margaret Bailey (1867…1947) m. John Petterson (c1856…1936)
1.4.4 Robert Dugan Bailey (1869 1957) m1. Evelyn Cole (…1889); m2. Lucy Williams (c1871 )
1.4.5 Matilda Ann Bailey (1870 ) m. William Henry Smith (c1867 )
220.127.116.11 Clive Thomas Smith (1909…1975) m. Bessie Chivers (1913…2003)
1.4.6 Mary Ann Bailey (1872…1961) m. Peter James McNab (1873…1956)
1.4.7 Selina Maria Bailey (1874 1932) m. Percy Alexander Maher (c1873…1943)
18.104.22.168 Stella Eileen Maher (1896…1967) m. Edmund John Hocking (1892 … 1959)
1.4.8 Barbara Ellen Bailey (1875…1949) m. Hugh Kenneth McNab (1884…)
1.4.9 William Charles Bailey (1877…1964) m. Emily Frances [“Dot”] Rogers (c1886…1951)
22.214.171.124 Gladys Rogers (1904…) m. Patrick Robinson Fogarty (1911…)
126.96.36.199 Wilfred Cornelius Rogers (1911…2007) m. Elva Gladys Phillips (1917… 1993)
188.8.131.52 Elizabeth Ethel Bailey (1916…1978) m. Norman Stanley Bailey (1912… 1996)
184.108.40.206 John Thomas Bailey (1917…1997) m. Lorna Ida Gilholme (1924…2002)
220.127.116.11 Eunice Pearl Bailey (1920…) m. Alfred Roy Bailey (1914…1986)
18.104.22.168 George James Bailey (1922…) m. Mary Paine (…)
1.4.10 Sabina Bailey (1880…1919) m. Theodore Ellis Bade [“Ted”] (1879…1943)
1.4.11 James Erskine Bailey (1882…1965) m1. Hester Ellen Wilson (…1957); m2? Jane Goddard (…)
1.5 Erskine Bailey (1838 1923) m. Elizabeth Hood (1840…1917)
1.5.1 Robert Ervin Bailey (1867 1923) m. Catherine Cecilia Barker (c1877 1964?)
22.214.171.124 Minnie Elizabeth Bailey (1900…1981) m. Arthur Rich Burrell (1902…1993)
1.5.2 Jane Ann Bailey (1868 1930) m. Walter W Whalan (…1939)
126.96.36.199 Bertha Sarah Whalan (1896…1971) m. Roy Hamilton Clark (1893…1952)
188.8.131.52 Robert Wentworth Whalan (1899…) m. Phyllis Martha Jean Evans (1901…1932)
184.108.40.206 Walter George H Whalan (1903…1945) m. Sylvia May Luck (1909…1997)
220.127.116.11 Linda Henrietta Whalan (1906/8…1999) m. John Angus Davidson (c1907…1992)
1.5.3 William John Bailey (1870 1928) m. Emily Jane Wilcox (1876 1929)
18.104.22.168 Thelma Morea Bailey (1909…1984) m. Colin Fraser Sutherland (…c1994)
1.5.4 James Erskine Bailey (1871 1926) m. Elizabeth Susan Ross (1884 )
22.214.171.124 Elsie Clarice Elizabeth Bailey (1913 1999) m. Albert Ernest Watts ( )
126.96.36.199 William Erskine Bailey (1915 1974) m. Iris Allen Haddon (1918 1990)
188.8.131.52 Sarah Irene Bailey (1916 2006) m. Stanley James O'Rourke (1911 )
184.108.40.206 Winifred Grace Bailey (1921…) m. Desmond Lyall Rush (c1921…2007)
220.127.116.11 Daisy Muriel Bailey (1925…1979) m. Clyde Vincent Burley (1923…)
1.5.5 Isabella Margaret Bailey (1873 1947) m. Edmund Macquarie Whalan (1865 1931)
1.5.6 Lucinda Emily Bailey (1881 1963) m. Michael Joseph Nay (1880 1929)
18.104.22.168 Irvine Gordon Nay (1913…1976) m. Jessie Winifred Peek (c1923…1981)
1.6 Mary Ann Bailey (1842 1918) m. Leonard John Spencer (…1881)
1.6.1 John Ernest Spencer (1873…1966) m. Lucinda Harriett Wilcox (1876…1951)
1.6.2 Margaret Eliza Spencer (1877…1956) m. Frederick Christian Luther (c1883…1927)
1.7 Charles Bailey (1844 1916) m. Margina Hamilton (1851 1925)
1.7.1 Edith Drusila Bailey (1872 1961) m. William Henry Kissell (1858 1920)
1.7.2 David Hamilton Bailey (1874 1957) m. Margaret Mabel McCleary (1882 1958)
22.214.171.124 David Leslie Hamilton Bailey (1906 1967) m. Jean Leslie McClennan
126.96.36.199 Wilfred McCleary Bailey (1919 2002) m. Joyce McMinn (1922…)
1.7.3 Wilfred Clyde Bailey (1876 1938) m. Mary Christina McDonald (1877c 1961)
1.7.4 Alfred Waldon Bailey (1878 1951) m. Elizabeth Anna Loughrey (1884 1970)
188.8.131.52 Gordon Loughrey Bailey (1911…1990) m. Mary Butcher (1914…)
184.108.40.206 Norman Stanley Bailey (1912…1996) m. Elizabeth Ethel Bailey (1916…1978)
220.127.116.11 Alfred Roy Bailey (1914…1986) m. Eunice Pearl Bailey (1920…)
18.104.22.168 Ida Doris Bailey (1918…1995) m. William Roach (…1995)
22.214.171.124 David Walden Bailey (1920…1980) m. Hilda May Brodin (…)
126.96.36.199 Victor Douglas Bailey (1928…) m. Nancy Vera Tye (…)
1.7.5 Charles Ernest Bailey (1881…1974) m. Frances Maude Luther (1902…2000)
1.7.6 Zetta Harriett Bailey (1883…1930) m. Lewis Duff (…)
1.8 Matilda Bailey (1846 1926) m. Andrew McGregor Beattie (1851 1925)
1.9 Selina Maria Bailey (1848 1935) m. John Campbell Whalan (1842 1914)
1.10 George Thomas Bailey (1852 1941) m Sarah Rose Mary Smith (c1865 1933)
1.10.1 Amy Salina Bailey (1889 1986) m. Thomas Arthur Welsley Martin ( 1931)
188.8.131.52 Harley Thomas Wesley Martin (1917 ) m. Agnes Louisa Hunter
1.10.2 Elsie Amelia Bailey (1894 ) m. Harold Bourner ( c1944)
184.108.40.206 Gloria Roselee Elsie Russell Bourner (1922 2007) m. Robert Russell-Brookes (c1914…2009)
1.10.3 Thomas Clifton Bailey (1893 1956) m1. Irene W Shoobridge (1896 1916), m2. Sarah Priscilla Shoobridge (1897 1974)
220.127.116.11 Harold George Bailey (1927…2002) m. Gweneth Gough (…)
1.10.4 Roy Harold Bailey (1895 ) m. Cora Stella Benson (c1902…1997)
1.10.5 Victor Ernest Bailey (1898 1979) m. Sylvia Mary Olds (1902…1988)
1.10.6 Vera Albine Bailey (1900 2001) m. Walter Owen Verrall ( 1953/4)
1.10.7 Horace George Bailey (1903 1979) m. Edna Oldenberg ( 1954)
Possibly Related Bailey Lineages
Related Families from the same areas
Other (probably unrelated) Bailey Lineages
This family originated in the Clogher
/ Aughnacloy area of County Tyrone, Ireland about 1750. Some descendant
lines are known in England and in Australia (New South Wales) to the present.
Note that there are some phonetic variations for "Bailey".
Bailey was born at Clogher, County
Tyrone in Ireland, c1805, the son of farmer JOHN BAILEY and his wife JANE or
AGNES KERNES. Vicky Bailey (5 January 2004) notes John as being born in 1773. Obscure references connect
John Bailey to the Battle of Waterloo; others suggest that he was killed in
the Phoenix Park massacre [or similar]. Some have Johns father as WILLIAM
In 1984, Alice Morrow of Thornton NSW received from Mrs Muriel Auld in Ireland the following:
The Bailey family have been in the (Clogher, Co Tyrone) area for at least 200 years. The church records at Clogher list a James Bailey baptised in 1794 (son of Archibald of Shane). They have been in the town of Clogher for almost 200 years as tenants of Dr Story. Most of them were blacksmiths and for many years they had a forge in town
George Bailey married Jane Armstrong at the English Church, Aughnacloy TYR Ireland on 19 May 1829. Jane was a native of Belfast ANT (according to Immigration details), the daughter born in 1808 to farmer WILLIAM ARMSTRONG ("Win") and his wife ELIZABETH.
George, 36, and Jane, 33, left home in Ireland for Australia on 12 July 1841, departing Grennoch on 22 July aboard the 344 ton barque Trinidad; they arrived as Free Immigrants in Sydney on 6 November 1841. With them were their children Margaret Bailey (aged 10 years), William Bailey (age 9 years), Eliza Jane Bailey (5 years) and Aiken Bailey (3½ years; also known as Erskine). George and Jane described themselves as literate Protestants, he a farm servant and she a house servant. As well as their own family, George and Jane also had 20-year old Roman Catholic Bridget ONeill (Biddy) in their care.
Immigration records shew that George, before disembarking the Trinidad, was engaged by Mr D L Irving of the Shoalhaven for three months employment. Mr Irving also engaged another passenger, Owen Macanally from ?Trout TYR, for 6 months. Owen, a Roman Catholic farm servant aged 28, was accompanied by his wife (who died on arrival in Sydney), daughter Rosa (4) and son John (1½). Also aboard the Trinidad was Enniskillen agriculturist John Beattie, 24, his wife Jean, 22 (daughter of Robin and Mary Cranstown) and their children John (aged 4½) and Robert (13 months) [of no known relationship to the Beatties of Kilskeery TYR].
Jane bore George a total of ten children:
Mary Ann Bailey was apparently born in
the Shoalhaven area six or eight weeks after George and Janes arrival,
and was baptised in S Philip's CoE Sydney in July 1842; her father was stated
to be a labourer residing in Kent Street, Sydney. When Charles was baptised
in 3 September 1844, George was a farmer residing at Mr Charles Whalan's Glyndwr
estate immediately east of the present Oberon township and overlooking Fish
River Creek; by George Thomas' baptism in December 1852 the family had moved
to the nearby Fish (alias Duckmaloi) River.
A story is told that about six weeks after Charles was born, Jane's friend (?sister ) Mrs Pierce became seriously ill in Redfern. George was away somewhere with the bullocks and bullockies so Jane carried infant Charles and luggage to Sydney, 130 miles east across the Blue Mountains, to see her friend. The child was then about 6 weeks old, and Jane stayed at gatehouses along the road, and with Mrs Pierce in Redfern when in Sydney. There is general support for this story, though Charles' birth and baptismal dates indicate that some details may be inaccurate.
George had two blocks of land in what is now Oberon (a pisé house still stands behind a more recent frontage) and in 1851 and 1853 purchased land on the Duckmaloi, to be named Bloomfield.
Jane Bailey née Armstrong died at Duckmaloi near Oberon NSW on 8 December 1879, aged 71 years. The informant on her death certificate named her father as William Armstrong, farmer, and her mother's maiden name to be ERSKINE, and that she had been born in Co Armagh Ireland. She was apparently unrelated to oother Armstrong families from Tyrone and Fermanagh which settled about Oberon and were neighbours.
George Bailey, farmer and grazier, died at Duckmaloi on 27 April 1882.
Patricia Blore (Bessell) [Trish Blore, 26jan2012] eMailed that her grandmother was Gertrude Beryl Bailey, daughter of William Herbert (born 1876) and Edith Rebecca Maude Seymour (born 1881); William was a son of William (born 1844) and Eliza Bellamy (born 1845), born in the Bathurst, O'Connell area; William (born 1844) was a son of William (born 1827) and Elizabeth Enright (born 1827 in Ireland). Patricia was unable to find where the last William was born and is seeking any information.
and John Parkinson Mawhood were married Macquarie Plains near
Bathurst on 17 December 1851. Margaret, born 6 April 1831 in Ireland, was the
eldest of ten children born to GEORGE BAILEY and his wife JANE ARMSTRONG. John
Parkinson Mawhood had been born in 1822 at Kingston upon Hull in England, the
son of THOMAS MAWHOOD (born 15 May 1781, died 13 December 1849) and his wife
MARIANNE LEIGH of Hull.
Margaret bore John some fourteen children, eight in New South Wales and a further six in England.
For further details, follow this link.
born 1833 in Tyrone, son of GEORGE BAILEY and his wife JANE ARMSTRONG, married Jane Campbell on 5 November 1858
in Bathurst. Jane was born in 1838 in Edinburgh SCT, moving to Belfast IRL before
arriving in Australia in 1855. Jane, daughter of ROBERT and JANE CAMPBELL, arrived
in Sydney aboard the Gloriana on 27 July 1855. She was described as a
farm servant from Kiliomer, Co Down, where her mother still lived. Her father
had previously died in Belfast when stabbed by a pitchfork. Jane was an adherent
of the Church of Scotland, could read, had no complaints regarding her voyage
and was in good health.
William and Jane had ten known children:
William Bailey, 86, died on 15 July 1918 at Oberon NSW; Jane, 80, died on 10 April 1919 at Molong NSW, aged 74 years. Vicky Bailey (5 January 2004) identified William as William George Bailey, and his son as George Herbert Bailey).
Mary Ann Bailey was born 1859 at Oberon and died 12 December 1949; she married George Morrow in Oberon on 25 May 1895 . George and Mary Ann Morrow raised four children in the Oberon - Lithgow district; for further details refer to the Morrow file.
Elizabeth Jane Bailey was born in 1861; she and John Morrow were married in Oberon on 21 May 1884 the same day as Elizabeth's aunt Matilda Bailey married Andrew McGregor Beattie at S Barnabas' CoE Oberon; for further details refer to the Morrow file.
William Henry Bailey, born 1865 and residing at "Hickory Dale", Oberon, married Sarah Eaton at St Thomas', O'Connell on 2 August 1893. Sarah was fifth of seven children born of Irish immigrants ROBERT COLEMAN EATON (1827 1898) and SARAH BETTY (1832 1904, sister of Andrew McGregor Beattie). William and Sarah Bailey had one son,
The 1930 and 1937 NSW Electoral Rolls [Commonwealth Div.: Calare, State District: Orange, Subdivision: Carcoar] shew Leonard Clive Bailey and William Henry Bailey as butchers with May Bailey and Sarah Bailey engaged in home duties at Forest Reefs near Orange; the 1949 Rolls shew only Leonard and May at Forest Reefs. The 1954 Rolls (State District then Bathurst) shew Leonard and May, with Joyce May Bailey also noted (engaged in home duties).
William, who had had a leg amputated, was regarded as a lovely person. He died 1934c [the death of a William Henry Bailey, son of WILLIAM and JANE, was registered at Orange in 1947]. The death of Sarah Bailey née Eaton was registered at Orange NSW in 1947.
John Parkinson Bailey, born 1867, married Minnie Emma Wilcox c1901. Minnie's birth to WILLIAM and MARY ANN WILCOX was registered at Hartley in 1881. Her sister Laura was the wife of James Dalgleish Inglis (c1861 1933) of the "Dulce Domum" guest-house in Oberon. John and Minnie had at some ten children:
The family lived at "Redbank" south of Oberon, and are mentioned by the writer ("Mitter Tarter") of How I Saw Oberon in his recount of a visit to the Inglis' in April-May 1908 a recent printing of which includes two photographs of the Minnie and her first four children in front of their house (apparently a shingled wattle and daub affair, surrounded by a picket fence):
The death of Minnie Emma Bailey née Wilcox on 10 January 1947, aged 66 years, was registered at Oberon NSW in 1947. The death of John Parkinson Bailey on 21 June 1855, aged 77 years, was registered at Oberon in 1955.
Mabel Sabina Bailey, born 1902 near Oberon, daughter of JOHN PARKINSON BAILEY (born 1867) and MINNIE EMMA WILCOX, married David W Watson at Oberon in 1929. David's birth to JAMES and MARY had been registered at Waterloo in 1886. Mabel and David had four children:
The Electoral Roll shews David [labourer] and Mabel [home duties] at Shooter's Hill near Oberon in 1930, 1936, 1937, 1943, 1949 and 1954.
The death on 17 April 1963 of David William Watson, aged 77 years, husband of Mabel S, son of JAMES and MARY, was registered at Bathurst. Mabel S Watson née Bailey, aged 87 years, died on 30 December 1989. They were buried at Shooters Hill General Cemetery.
Mary Jane Bailey, born 1912 near Oberon, daughter of JOHN PARKINSON BAILEY (born 1867) and MINNIE EMMA WILCOX, married Alfred J Gilmore as registered at Oberon in 1930. Alfred and Mary had five children:
The Electoral Roll shews Alfred John [farmer] at Norway near Oberon in 1930, 1936, 1937, 1943 and on Goulburn Rd. in 1949; Mary Jane [home duties] is listed at Swatchfield Rd., Oberon in 1936, 1937, 1943 and 1949; the 1954 Roll shews their nominal addresses synchronised as Goulburn Rd. [Oberon district].
The death of Mary Jane Gilmore née Bailey, aged 82 years, 'at Beecroft, late of 'Ardens', Oberon', was noted in Bathurst's Western Advocate on 5 December 1994; a funeral notice appeared next day therein.
Matilda Letitia Bailey, 27, married William Morrow [son of GEORGE and MARGARET MORROW], 38, on 30 November 1898. To this union were born:
William died 12 March 1951, at Molong, aged 89 years. Matilda died 24 August 1953. For further details rf the Morrow page.
Samuel James Bailey, born 1872, was the seventh child of WILLIAM BAILEY and his wife JANE CAMPBELL. Sam married Jane Maria Pidgeon on 18 February 1901 the marriage was registered at Sunny Corner (near Oberon). Their children included:
The family later moved to the Singleton district. The death of Samuel James Bailey was registered at Newcastle NSW in 1950. The death of Jane Maria Bailey, daughter of JAMES THOMAS and SARAH, was registered at Singleton NSW in 1960.
Emily Selina Bailey, aged 26, married James Whiteley ("Oberon Jim"), aged 27, on 29 May 1901. James Whiteley died about 22 December 1963 and with his wife is buried in the Oberon General Cemetery. Their children included:
James Whiteley, son of JAMES and MARY ELIZABETH, died on 6 November 1954 aged 80 years and with his wife is buried in the Oberon General Cemetery. The Sydney Morning Herald of Monday 8 November 1954 (p8) noted: "WHITELEY, James.-November 6, at Oberon District Hospital, dearly beloved husband of Emily Felina, and father of Elvie (Mrs J. Rogan, of Sydney), Herb (Molong), Sheila (Mrs. R. W. Hughes, Oberon), aged 80 years. At rest. Funeral this Monday, 2.30 p. m., at Oberon." [sic]. Emily Selina Whiteley née Bailey, daughter of WILLIAM and JANE, died on 21 December 1963 aged 90 years, at Oberon.
The renowned Australian artist Brett Whiteley, who overdosed on heroin at Thirroul on NSWs Illawarra coast south of Sydney, was NOT related to this line. Brett lived in the stepped lower section of Walker Street, Lavender Bay (North Sydney), where many of his sculptures were displayed among the Moreton Bay fig trees which formed a park in the street. [This author lived in a flat opposite].
The birth of Elvira May Whiteley ["Elvie"], daughter of JAMES WHITELEY and his wife EMILY SELINA BAILEY, was registered at Oberon in 1904. Elvie married John A Rogan [“Jack”] at Annandale nsw in 1925. Children of Jack and Elvie were:
The Electoral Roll shews John [clerk] and Elvira enrolled at 4 Elfra Hann, Oberon St., Randwick and 7 Niblick St., Arncliffe in 1930 and at 7 Niblick St. in 1933, 1936 and 1937; they were at 29 Annandale St., Annandale [both clerks] and [Elvira on home duties] at 15 Milner Rd., Artarmon in 1943 and at 35 Mcintyre St., Gordon in 1954.
The death on 2 October 1983 of a John Andrew Rogan, 'late of Castle Hill', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 October 1983.
The birth of Herbert James Colburn Whiteley, son of JAMES WHITELEY and his wife EMILY SELINA BAILEY, was registered at Oberon in 1906. Herbert's marriage to Bonna L Jones ["Bonnie"] was registered at Parkes in 1934. Bona's birth to PERCY C and EVA M had been registered at Broken Hill in 1915. The children of Herbert and Bonnie were:
The 1930 Electoral Roll shews Herbert a school teacher living at Dandaloo east of Tottenham; in the 1937 Roll he is a teacher residing at Cumberland Ave., Collaroy, with Bonna Lois Whiteley [home duties]; in 1937 they appear at Tharbogang north-west from Griffith; in 1854 they were resident at the Public School at Glen Davis and in 1954 at the Central School, Molong.
The death of Herbert James Colburn Whiteley on 4 January 1958, aged 50, 'late of Eastwood', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 January and registered at Balmain. The death of Bona Lois Whiteley on 24 July 1965, aged 50, 'late of Eastwood', daughter of PERCIVAL CLIFFORD and EVA MAY, was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 26 July).
The birth of Sheila Myra Whiteley, daughter of JAMES WHITELEY and his wife EMILY SELINA BAILEY, on 6 June 1914 was registered at Oberon. Sheila's marriage to Robert William Hughes [“Bill”] was registered at Katoomba in 1939. Bill was born 24 December 1911 at Gingkin near Oberon, his birth to ARTHUR L and LOTTIE L registered at Oberon in 1912. Children of Bill and Sheila were:
Bill enlisted in the Australian Army at Oberon on 30 May 1942, noting his residence as Gingkin and next-of-kin as Sheila Hughes: he was discharged a Sergeant at 23 Battalion Volunteer Defence Corps on 30 September 1945.
The death of Robert William Hughes ["Bill"], son of ARTHUR LINDFIELD [HUGHES] and LOTTIE LILLIAN on 24 October 1978 was registered in NSW. Sheila Myra Hughes née Whiteley died 16 June 1991. They were buried in the Anglican section of Oberon General Cemetery.
Bailey [5 January 2004, updated 15aug2010] and Sandra Green [03jul2010] augmented by Ross Beattie]
George Herbert Bailey, born January 1878 at Oberon, married Amy Elizabeth Whitfield on 6 May 1902 at Braidwood NSW. Amy had been born at Braidwood in March 1877. The children of George and Amy Bailey were:
The 1954 Electoral Roll shews George Herbert [retired], Amy Elizabeth [home duties], Gordon Kenneth Ronald [mechanic], Isobel Irene [shop assistant] and Mervyn Allen Bailey [mechanic] all residents of Excelsior Ave., Baulkham Hills; David Wilson [Bailey; journalist], George Richard [railway employee], Gertrude Elizabeth [home duties], Jean Bennie [Bailey; home duties], Margery [home duties] and Reginald William Bailey [engineer] were residents of Old Northern Road, Baulkham Hills] — some of these may be un-related.
George Herbert Bailey, retired police officer aged 87, died at Parramatta on 27 July 1965. Amy Elizabeth Bailey née Whitfield died at Beecroft in Sydney's northwest on 29 October 1969, aged 92 years.
George Richard Bailey,
born March 1903 at Moruya on the NSW south coast, married Gertude Elizabeth King née Nelson ("Betty") in 1937 at Parramatta. Betty
had been born at Farnham ENG in March 1911 and emigrated to Australia in 1925.
The children of George and Betty Bailey were:
Gertrude Elizabeth Bailey née
Nelson died at Newtown NSW in Sydney's inner west on 15 November 1965, aged
54 years. George Richard Bailey, aged 81, died at Newtown NSW on 6 August 1984. [Information per Sandra Green [email@example.com (03jul2010)]
Lucinda Bailey, aged 23, married Charles
P Morrow, aged 29, on 24 June 1903 at St Thomas', O'Connell.
Lucinda was the tenth and youngest child of WILLIAM BAILEY and his wife JANE CAMPBELL. Charles was the son of GEORGE MORROW and MARGARET SPENCE (Margaret
died aged 76 and was buried on 18 September 1910 at Oberon; George
died aged 93 and was interred with his wife on 10 October 1924
The children of Charles and Lucinda Morrow included:
Charles P Morrow, 38, was buried at Oberon on 19 October 1912, accidently killed; Lucinda Morrow, 76, was buried on 4 October 1958.
Eliza Jane Bailey died 22 January 1860, aged
25 years and nine months "... leaving her Dear and Affectionate
Mother to lament her loss; hoping that Mother's loss is her gain,
in a better world than this World of Sorrow" and "regretted
by a large circle of friends".
Eliza Jane was apparently betrothed to an officer in the Corps, who while on his way to "Bloomfield" with an engagement or wedding ring was thrown from his horse and killed; Eliza then "... died of a broken heart".
John Bailey married Elizabeth Dungain c1862. The union produced some twelve children:
In addition, John and Elizabeth Bailey raised:
John Bailey, son of GEORGE and JANE, died in 1907 near Oberon.
Note: this family is from lineage chart #4 at the Bailey Reunion 2010.
The birth of Eliza Jane Bailey, daughter of JOHN and ELIZA, was registered at Hartley in 1864. The marriage of Eliza and Charles Percival was registered at Narromine in 1904. Charles and Eliza were the parents of:
Horace's enlistment details suggest Charles and Eliza may have been deceased by September 1942. The death of an Eliza J Percival, daughter of JOHN and ELIZA, was registered at North Sydney in 1929. An Elizabeth Jane Percival [home duties] was on the 1930 Electoral Roll at 47 Cross St., Guilford.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Vcharles Percival [baker] at Mudall street, Nyngan, in 1930, 1936, 1937 and 1943.
The death of a Charles Percival, son of JAMES and CAROLINE, was registered at Nyngan in 1954. The death of a Horace Charles Percival, '51 years Redfern', was registered in Sydney in 1958.
George Bailey (born 1866, son of JOHN and ELIZABETH) married Anne
E Arrow, aged 20, on 24 October 1888 at Mick's Mt.; the marriage was registered in the East Macquarie district. Anne, whose birth in 1868 to JAMES and EUPHEMIA ARROW was registered at Bathurst, was part of a large
family. Her siblings included John W Arrow (born 1864 ), Sarah
Jane Arrow (born 1870 ), Samuel P Arrow (born 1872 ), Elizabeth
Sarah Jane Arrow (born 1873 ), George Edward A Arrow (born 1875
, died 1961 ) and Henry R Arrow (born 1877 ). Euphemia Arrow,
aged 72 years, was buried in the Anglican portion of O'Connell
Cemetery NSW on 31 October 1908; James Arrow, aged 79 years, was
buried nearby on 1 January 1916.
George and Ann's children included:
The death of Anne E Bailey née Arrow was registered at Ashfield NSW in 1928.
After Ann's death George Bailey married Catherine Cecilia Bailey née Barker, widow of his first cousin Robert Ervine Bailey (son of ERSKINE BAILEY and ELIZABETH HOOD), at Rockdale NSW in 1929. The birth of Catherine Barker to JOHN BARKER and CATHERINE BLACKMAN had been registered at Hartley NSW in 1877 [for further details, see Section 1.5.1]. The 1930 and 1936 NSW Electoral Rolls shew George Bailey, retired, and Cecilia Catherine Bailey, engaged in home duties, living at Western road, Pendle Hill. [Note: the 1930 NSW Electoral Roll also shews a Catherine Cecilia Bailey engaged in home duties at Clarendon and a labourer Daniel Bailey at Clarendon, Richmond.]
The death of a Catherine Cecilia Bailey, daughter of JOHN and CATHERINE ELIZABETH, was registered at Gilgandra NSW in 1964. She may or may not have been the wife of George.
The birth of Margaret Bailey, daughter of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN, was registered at Hartley in 1872. Margaret's marriage, to John Petterson, was registered in Sydney in 1899. Children of John and Margaret appear to have been:
Margaret and John appear listed in the Electoral Rolls at Ferndale, Cyrus Ave., Wahroonga in 1930 and 1933 [home duties and carpenter] (with Alma Selena Petterson, clerk; Cecilia Pettersen was a secretary at nearby Sydney Sanitorium, Wahroonga), at Ferndale with Cecilia Sydney Petterson [accontant] in 1936 and (without John) in 1937, at Ferndale in 1943 Cecilia Sydney Petterson [accontant], George Frederick Petterson [carpenter] and Madge Elizabeth Petterson [home duties]; Cecilia and Madge are at 19 Cyrus Ave. [probably Ferndale], Wahroonga in 1949 [accountant and home duties] and Cecilia now alone at 10 Cyrus Ave., Wahroonga in 1954 [accountant]].
The death of John Petterson, '80 years Wahroonga', son of CECILIA CECILIA [sic.], was registered at Chatswood in 1936. The death of Margaret Petterson, daughter of JOHN and ELIZABETH, was registered at Chatswood in 1947. The death of Madge Elizabeth Petterson on 4 January 1990, aged 86, 'late of Manly Vale', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald the next day.
The death of a Margaret Petterson, daughter of JOHN and ELIZABETH, was registered at Chatswood in 1947..
The birth of Robert Dugan Bailey, son of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN, was registered at Hartley NSW in 1869. Robert’s marriage to Evelyn Coles was registered in the West Macquarie district in 1888. Robert and Evaline were the parents of:
The death of Eveline E Bailey, daughter of SARAH, was registered at Redfern NSW in 1899: her death may have been related to George’s birth. Descendant Stuart George Bailey of Banora Point near Tweed Heads on NSW’s Far North Coast eMailed [16 October 2008]:
… as a young lad I used to visit Minnie's dad's place (my grandfather) when they lived on a property out of Tarana; by the way Minnie's youngest sister Annie died only a few months ago aged ninety-six
Aged 31, Robert married Lucy Williams, 29, on 25 July 1900. Lucy, whose birth was registered at Bathurst in 1869, was the daughter of JOHN GWYNNE WILLIAMS and ANNIE KENNY (marriage registered in Sydney in 1857). Robert and Lucy’s children [whose births were all registered at Oberon], were:
Glenis Feltham eMailed [26 December 2006]:
I am descended from George & Jane through their son John, married to Elizabeth Dugan, and their son Robert Dugan BAILEY. He was apparently married to someone who died before he then married Lucy WILLIAMS, and he had a son when he married Lucy. I haven't been able to find out her or her child's name for sure, although it is thought he was called George. Robert and Lucy's first child, Minnie Grace BAILEY was my grandmother, She was so tiny when born she was not expected to live - hence her first name. However, she lived 87 years, reared four children of her own and three step children, and has 9 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and now a number of great great grandchildren. … I am planning a 150th wedding anniversary reunion for the descendants of Minnie BAILEY's maternal grandparents, John Gwynne and Annie WILLIAMS née KENNY in the Oberon/O'Connell area. They settled in the area in about 1860. I hope to be able to take some time off work to look for various sites of historical family interest for the Williams and the Bailey lines.
The death of Robert Dugan Bailey, son of JOHN and ELIZABETH, was registered at Bathurst in 1957.
The birth of Annie Elizabeth Bailey to ROBERT BAILEY by his second wife LUCY WILLIAMS was registered at Oberon in 1911. Annie [home duties] was listed in the Electoral Roll at Inverness, Sydney Rd., Mudgee in 1936; her marriage to Cecil Charlton was registered at Mudgee in 1937. Cecil was possibly the son of ALBERT and KATE with birth registered at Oberon in 1902 [first of at least seven children]. Cecil and Annie had four children:
The 1930 and 1937 Electoral Rolls shew Cecil [labourer] at Sodwalls with known issue of Albert and Kate nearby. The 1943, 1949 and 1954 Rolls shew Cecil [farm worker] and Annie [home duties] at Hazelgrove.
The death of a Cecil Charlton, son of ALBERT and KATE, on 6 August 1970, aged 69, was registered at Lithgow in 1970: he was buried in the Anglican section of Lithgow General Cemetery [as are his parents]. The death of Annie Elizabeth Charlton née Bailey on 11 August 2008, aged 96, 'at 'Bilyara' hostel, Cowra, formerly of Lithgow & Oberon', was reported in the Cowra Guardian, Young Witness and Bathurst's Western Advocate on 13 August 2008 and in the Lithgow Mercury on 14 August 2008..
Matilda Ann Bailey, daughter of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN, born 1870, married William Henry Smith (born c1867) on 2 or 4 October 1889 in Bathurst. Their issue (all registered at Oberon NSW except as indicated) included:
Linnette Munday [Bailey Reunion 25sep2010] is a descendant [?of Clive].
The birth of Clive Thomas Smith was registered to WILLIAM HENRY SMITH and his wife MATILDA ANN BAILEY at Blayney in 1909i. Clive married Bessie Chivers in 1935; Bessie's birth to ROBERT C and ELLEN A had been registered at Cowra in 1913. Progeny of Clive and Bessie included:
The death of Clive Thomas Smith was registered in NSW in 1975. Bessie died in 2003.
The birth of Mary Ann Bailey, daughter of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN, was registered at Hartley in 1872.
Mary Ann's marriage, to Peter James McNab ["James", son of PETER MacNAB (born 1842) and MARY ANN TODD (born 1844)] was registered at Bathurst in 1913 (sic). Peter MacNab and Mary Ann Todd had been the parents of:
* Alexander MacNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1870; death registered at Bathurst in 1954),
* Archibald M(a)cNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1871),
* Peter James M(a)cNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1873; died at Bathurst in 1956; married Mary Ann Bailey in 1913),
* William MacNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1874; death registered at Bathurst in 1932),
* Alfred Edwin MacNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1876; possible death registered at Narrabri in 1914),
* John Henry MacNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1877),
* Charlotte E MacNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1878),
* David Lovell MacNab (born 1879, birth registered at Bathurst in 1880),
* Letitia Maud MacNab (birth registered at Bathurst in 1881; death registered at Condobolin in 1957; marriage to Robert P Gunning registered at Bathurst in 1908),
* Lewin Herbert McNab (born 1882 [birth index shews Luin H MacNab, parents Peter and May A; birth registered at East Macquarie nsw]; death registered at Bathurst in 1971; marriage to Esther Louise Jane Doran registered at Petersham in 1918; William McNab of Bathurst  is a grandson of Lewin and Esther),
* Hugh Kenneth MacNab (birth registered in East Macquarie district in 1884; married Barbara Ellen Bailey [sister of Mary Ann Bailey above] at Bathurst c1911 [rf Section 1.4.8]) and
* George Reuben MacNab (birth registered in East Macquarie district in 1888; death registered at Bathurst in 1976; married with four issue: Alfred McNab, Peter McNab (born 1920), Allan McNab (born 6 June 1923, 1942 Australian Army enlistments note next-of-kin as Lewin McNab) and Mary NcNab)..
Of the parents of Peter James McNab, his father Peter died 19 June 1913 aged 90 and his mother Mary Ann died 11 December 1917 aged 73 years. They were buried in the Anglican section of Oberon General Cemetery.
Children of Peter James McNab Mary Ann Bailey included:
The death of Peter James McNab on 5 February 1956, 'late of Granville, formerly of Bathurst', was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 February 1956 [death registered at Parramatta as McNabb, parents PETER and MARY ANN]. The death of Mary Ann McNab, daughter of JOHN and ELIZABETH, was registered at Bathurst in 1961.
The 1930 NSW Electoral Roll shews George, Lewin* and Peter James* all labourers at Brisbane Valley [* - 'Essington', together with Esther Louisa Jane McNab [home duties].
Selina Maria Bailey (born 1874) married Percy A Maher on 31 December 1895; the marriage was registered at Bathurst. Their children (their births all registered at Oberon NSW) included:
The death of Selina Maria Maher née Bailey, daughter of JOHN and ELIZA, was registered at Orange NSW in 1932. The death of Percy Alexander Maher, son of JOHN and EMMA, was registered at Wellington NSW in 1943.
The birth of Stella Eileen Maher in October 1896, daughter of SELINA MARIA BAILEY and PERCY ALEXANDER MAHER, was registered at Oberon NSW. Stella's marriage to Edmund John Hocking was registered at Cowra in 1919. Edmund's birth had been registered to EDMUND and ELIZABETH A at Orange in 1892. The 1930 NSW Electoral Roll shews Edmund [grocer] and Stella [—] at Hawker street, Quirindi; in 1936, 1943, 1949 and 1953 Edmund and Stella [home duties] they were at Hill St., Quirindi, in 1949 with their daughter Gloria [office assistant].
Stella and Edmund were the parents of (at least):
The death of Edmund J Hocking, son of EDMUND J and ELIZABETH A, was registered at Quirindi in 1959. The death of Stella was registered at Quirindi in 1967.
The birth of Barbara Ellen Bailey, daughter of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN, was registered at Bathurst in 1875. Barbara's marriage, to Hugh K McNab ["Ken"] was registered at Bathurst NSW in 1911. Hugh's birth, to PETER [MacNAB] and MARY, had been registered in the East Macquarie district in 1884. Hugh was a brother of Peter James McNab who married Barbara's sister Mary Ann at Bathurst c1913 [rf Section 1.4.5]; both sisters were deaf and dumb. Children of Hugh and Barbara included:
Hugh Kenneth McNab was last listed in the NSW Electoral Roll in 1937 as a labourer at Mayfield near Oberon. Barbara Ellen McNab née Bailey, daughter of JOHN and ELIZABETH, died 27 April 1949, aged 71 years, and was buried at Oberon General Cemetery (Uniting section)..
The birth of William Charles Bailey, son of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN, was registered in 1877. William's marriage to Emily Frances [aka Frances Emily, “Dot”] Rogers was registered at Bathurst in 1914. The birth of Frances E Rogers to THOMAS ROGERS and SABINA A WILCOX had been registered in the East Macquarie district in 1885 (as had Thomas and Sabina's marriage [rf Wilcox file]). William and Emily had four children:
Emily Frances Rogers had previously borne two or three children:
In the 1930 Electoral Roll William Charles Bailey is listed at Lowe's Mount, Mayfield, while Emily Frances Bailey is listed at Wiseman's Creek, Sweetbriar, Oberon. The 1949 NSW Electoral Roll shews Emily Frances Bailey [home duties], Eunice Pearl Bailey [home duties], George James Bailey [labourer] and John Thomas Bailey [labourer] residing at Bonnie Doon, Cunynghame St., Oberon.
The death of Emily Frances Bailey née Rogers, daughter of THOMAS and SELINA AGNES, aged 65 years, was registered at Oberon in 1951. The death of William Charles Bailey, son of JOHN and ELIZABETH, aged 87 years, was registered at Oberon in 1964.
The birth of Gladys Rogers, daughter of EMILY FRANCES [aka FRANCES EMILY, “Dot”] ROGERS, was registered at Oberon in 1904. Gladys' marriage to Patrick Robinson Fogarty was registered at Oberon in 1936. Patrick's birth to PARTICK R and CATHERINE M was registered at Oberon in 1911. Patrick and Gladys had four children:
The Electoral Rolls shew Patrick [labourer] and Gladys [home duties] contactable via the Railway station, Camurra (near Moree) in 1936; Patrick [railway porter] and Gladys dwelt at 20 Esk St., Lithgow in 1943; Patrick [shunter] and Gladys dwelt at 31 Lee St., Cowra in 1949 and at 51 Fitzroy Avenue, Cowra in 1954.
Patricks father Patrick [labourer] was living at Tarana Quarries in 1933; Patrick (senior) [retired] and Catherine [home duties] were both at Tarana Quarries in 1943 and 1949 and were both still listed there in 1954.
Patrick's mother Catherine Mary Fogarty née Russell, aged 71, died 5 November 1953. His father, Patrick Robinson Fogarty, 84, died 11 June 1958. Both were buried in the Roman Catholic section of Lithgow General Cemetery..
Wilfred Cornelius Rogers, born 6 January 1911 at Oberon, was a son of EMILY FRANCES [aka FRANCES EMILY, “Dot”] ROGERS. Wilfred's marriage to Elva Gladys Phillips was registered at Oberon in 1936; her birth to LEADROW R and ELLEN M had been registered at Rockley in 1917. Wilfred and Elva had four children:
Wilfred enlisted in the Australian Army at Paddington on 5 March 1942, noting his residence as Oberon and next-of-kin as Elva Rogers: he was discharged a Private on 11 September 1942 from 2/1 Aust. Armoured Brigade Coy. A A S C.
The Electoral Rolls shew Wilfred [labourer] at Oberon in 1936 and 1937, joined by Elva [home duties] in the 1943 Roll; the 1949 Roll shews Wilfred [storekeeper] and Elva at cnr. Bathurst and Melrose Sts., Condobolin; the 1949 Roll shews Wilfred [builder] and Elva at cnr. Swift St., Mudgee.
A notice regarding the funeral of Elva Gladys Rogers née Phillips on 6 September 1993 who died 'at Leppington, late of Glenfield' appeared in Sydney's Daily Telegraph on 4 September 1993. The death of Wilfred Cornelius Rogers on 30 October 2007 aged 96, 'late of Glenfield', noted in Sydney's Daily Telegraph next day.
The birth of Elizabeth Ethel Bailey ["Tassie"], daughter of WILLIAM CHARLES BAILEY and EMILY FRANCES [aka FRANCES EMILY, “Dot”] ROGERS, was registered at Oberon in 1916. Her marriage to Norman Stanley Bailey was registered at Oberon in 1937; they had four children.
The death of Elizabeth Ethel Bailey was registered in NSW in 1978. [For further details rf Section 18.104.22.168].
John Thomas Bailey ["Jack"] was born 11 June 1917 (birth registered at Oberon in 1918), a son of WILLIAM CHARLES BAILEY and EMILY FRANCES [aka FRANCES EMILY, “Dot”] ROGERS. Jack's marriage to Lorna Ida Gilholme (born 26 December 1924) was registered at Oberon in 1954. John and Lorna had three children.
John enlisted in the Australian Army at Oberon on 10 September 1941, noting his residence as Oberon and next-of-kin as his mother Emily Bailey: he was discharged a Gunner on 7 December 1943 from 2 Australian Field Artillery Training Regiment.
The Electoral Rolls shew John [labourer] at Roseville, Oberon in 1943 and at Bonnie Doon, Cunynghame St., Oberon in 1949 and 1954.
Jack died 13 February 1997; Lorna Ida Bailey née Gilholme died 4 January 2002: they were buried in the SDA section of Oberon General Cemetery.
Eunice Pearl Bailey, daughter of WILLIAM CHARLES BAILEY and EMILY FRANCES [aka FRANCES EMILY, “Dot”] ROGERS, was born in 1920. Her marriage to Alfred Roy Bailey ["Roy"] was registered at Oberon in 1941. Roy and Eunice had six children.
Roy died in 1986. [For further details rf Section 22.214.171.124):
George James Bailey, son of WILLIAM CHARLES BAILEY and EMILY FRANCES [aka FRANCES EMILY, “Dot”] ROGERS, was born in 1922. His marriage to Mary Paine (who brought with her a son from a previous marriage) was registered at Bathurst in 1956. They had four children.
The birth of Sabina Bailey, daughter of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN was registered at Bathurst in 1880. Sabina's marriage, to Theodore Ellis Bade [“Ted”] was registered at Ashfield NSW in 1900. Theodore's birth, to THEODORE CF and MARY, had been registered at Glebe in 1879. Children of Theodore and Sabina included:
The death of Sabina Bade née Bailey, daughter of JOHN and ELIZABETH, was registered at Bathurst in 1919. It appears that Theodore then married Ada E Godkin, as registered at Paddington in 1920. The death of Theodore Ellis Bade, son of THEODORE FREDERICK CARL and MARY, was registered at Marrickville in 1943. The death of Ada Ellen Bade, daughter of RICHARD, on 10 December 1954, aged 71, 'late of Croydon', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald the next day.
The birth of James Erskine Bailey, youngest child of JOHN BAILEY and ELIZABETH DUGAIN, was registered in the East Macquarie district in 1882. James' marriage to Hester Ellen Wilson was registered at the Glebe nsw in 1900 in 1917. James and Hester had four children:
Hester Ellen Bailey née Wilson, daughter of ARTHUR and FLOREN[CE?] [FLORA] died on 4 April 1957, aged 68 years: she was buried in the Uniting section of Oberon General Cemetery, her death was registered at Bathurst. James reportedly later married Jane Goddard (no issue).
James Erskine Bailey, son of JOHN and ELIZABETH, died 17 June 1965 aged 82; he was buried with Hester at Oberon..
A significant amount of the information in this and descendant sections was supplied by Maureen Bailey, 27aug2010.
Erskine Bailey, 20, married Elizabeth Hood (from Bathurst) on 21 Dec 1865 in Bathurst. Erskine, born in Ireland on 4 April 1838, was the son of GEORGE BAILEY and JANE ARMSTRONG; he emigrated to NSW with them in the Trinidad in 1841. Elizabeth, daughter of JOHN HOOD and MARGARET IRVINE, was baptised in NSW in 1840. Their children were:
Robert Ervin Bailey (born ),
Erskine Bailey, 20, married Elizabeth Hood (from Bathurst) in 1866 . Their children were:
The death of Elizabeth Bailey née Hood, daughter of JOHN and MARGARET. was registered at Oberon in 1917. The death of Erskine Bailey, son of GEORGE and JANE, was registered at Oberon in 1923.
The first son of ERSKINE
BAILEY and ELIZABETH HOOD, registered Robert Ervin Bailey
, was born at Racehorse Creek near Oberon on 7 March 1867. Robert
for many years thought that his middle name was Irvine, and was
commonly referred to as R I Bailey in Jenolan Caves records. Robert
went to work as a labourer at Jenolan Caves in 1892, and after
repeated applications at Jenolan and Yarrangobilly Caves beginning
in March 1902, became a Guide at Jenolan on 17 December 1903,
filling the vacancy created by J C Wiburd's promotion to Caretaker.
He explored the Valley caves and was in Hennings Cave with H Simmons
in August 1888. He was co-discoverer with Jeremiah Wilson of the
Jubilee and Red Caves (?discovering the Shipwreck cavern) in 1893,
was with Wiburd in the River and Orient Caves in 1903 and 1904.
In 1898 Robert married Catherine Cecilia Barker , a maid at Caves House born 1877 . They lived in a little cottage called The Nest, and had two children:
A memorial tablet for Leonard is set
in the western was of historic S Matthew Church at Windsor NSW. [The Anglican
church was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway, and built under the
Governorship of Lachlan Macquarie. William Cox, who built the nearby rectory,
is buried with his wife Rebecca in the cemetery at St Matthew's. Cox supervised
the construction, in six months, of the first road across the Blue Mountains
west of Sydney, opening the fertile Central Tablelands and Western Plains to
development. Cox also supervised much of the founding (convict) construction
of Bathurst and Hawkesbury (Pitt Towns) areas.]
Catherine was the daughter of JOHN BARKER (1839c 1923 ) and CATHERINE BLACKMAN (1850c 1915 ), who had married in 1866; her siblings included: Mary J Barker (born 1868 ), Henry Barker (born 1870 ), Christina R Barker (born 1871 ), Clara Louisa Barker (born 1873 ), ??Elizabeth Eugenie Barker (born 1875 ), Walter John Barker (born 1875 ), William C Barker (born 1883 ), Elizabeth L Barker (born 1885 ), Peter L Barker (born 1888 , died 1963 ) and Jim Barker, who drove Jim Wilson's coach from Mt Victoria to the Caves in the late 1800s.
Robert moved to Mt Victoria in 1909 to provide better schooling for his children, commuting to work at the Caves on a heavy-framed bicycle until 1910, when he moved to Clarendon to run a poultry farm and the local Post Office. He died of heart attack in October 1923 , aged 56.
After Robert's death Cecilia Bailey
married his first cousin George Bailey (son of John Bailey and
Elizabeth Duggan) at Rockdale in 1929. George, widower of Ann E Arrow, was the
uncle of Beryl Armstrong's mother and brother of William Charles Bailey.
The death of a Catherine Cecilia Bailey, daughter of JOHN and CATHERINE ELIZABETH, was registered at Gilgandra NSW in 1964. She may or may not have been the wife of George.
The birth of Minnie Elizabeth Bailey, daughter of ROBERT IRVIN BAILEY and his wife CATHERINE CECILIA BARKER, was registered at Lithgow in 1900. Minnie's marriage, to Arthur R Burrell, was registered at Lithgow in 1925. Arthur's birth, to WILLIAM and MARTHA L A, was registered at Wellington in 1902. Arthur and Minnie moved to the country and were the parents of:
Minnie Elizabeth Burrell née Bailey died on 10 October 1981 aged 81 years. Arthur Rich Burrell, husband of Minnie Elizabeth, died on 16 August 1993 aged 90 years. They are buried in Gilgandra General Lawn Cemetery..
Jane Ann Bailey, daughter of ERSKINE BAILEY and ELIZABETH HOOD, married Walter Wentworth Whalan in 1893 near Blayney. Their children were:
Jane A Whalan née Bailey died at Blayney in 1930/31. The death of Walter Wentwoth Whalan, son of ROBERT WENTWORTH [WHALAN] and HENRIETTA, was registed at Blayney in 1939.
The birth of Bertha Sarah Whalan, daughter of WALTER W WHALAN and his wife JANE ANN BAILEY, was registered at Blayney in 1896. Bertha's marriage, to Roy Hamilton Clark, was registered at Katoomba in 1923; Roy Clarke's birth to ERNEST R and IDA had been registered at Blayney in 1893; his was the second of eight births registered to this couple, mostly at Blayney. Roy and Bertha were the parents of:
The 1930 Electoral Roll shews Bertha Sarah Clark [home duties] at Adelaide St., Blayney, with Ernest Rodolph Clark [butcher] (the death of Ernest Rodolph Clark, aged 74 of Clarkville, son of JOHN WILLIAM, was registered at Blayney in 1936); in the 1936, 1937, 1943 and 1949 Bertha was the sole enrollee from Adelaide St.; the 1954 Roll has her enrolled at Church St., Blayney. From 1930 to 1943 Roy [farmer] is at Blayney, in 1949 Roy [butcher] is still listed at Blayney. The 1949 Roll shews Betty Winifred Clark [home duties] at Church St., and Lloyd Hamilton Clark [no occupation] at llangarth, Church St., Blayney. The 1954 Roll shews Lloyd Hamilton Clark [clerk] at Llangarth, Church St., Blayney.
The death of Roy Hamilton Clark, son of ERNEST RUDOLPH and IDA, was registered at Blayney in 1952. Bertha Sarah Clark née Whalan 'late of Blayney' died on 1 June 1971, as noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 2nd instant.
The birth of Robert Wentworth Whalan, son of WALTER W WHALAN and his wife JANE ANN BAILEY, was registered at Blayney in 1899; he had been born at Manildra on 20 September 1899. Robert's marriage to Phyllis M J Evans was registered at Katoomba in 1924. Phyllis' birth to JAMES and MARY A had been registered at Katoomba in 1901. Robert and Phyllis had one known issue:
Robert Wentworth Whalan [painter] and Phyllis Martha Jean Whalan [home duties] are in the 1930 Electoral Roll at Allenby Rd., Ophir near Orange. By 1933 Robert is at 177 March St., Orange; by 1943 he is at 183 Lurline St., Katoomba, with Sylvia May Whalan [home duties] and Walter George Whalan [retired]. In late 1943 at Katoombe, Robert enlisted in the Australian Army (next-of-kin noted as Jack Whalan); he was discharged as a Private from 19 Battalion Volunteer Defence Corps (part-time duty) in late 1945.
The death of Phyllis M J Whalan, daughter of JAMES R and MARY A, was registered at Katoombe in 1932. The marriage of Robert Wentworth Whalan and Ethel Mary Wilson was registered at Randwick in 1950: the1954 Roll shews Robert [painter] and Ethel [home duties] at Cumberland St., Katoomba.
The birth of Walter George H Whalan, son of WALTER W WHALAN and his wife JANE ANN BAILEY, was registered at Oberon in 1903. Walter's marriage to Sylvia M Luck was registered at Orange in 1932. It is likely that Sylvia's birth had been registered at Blayney in 1909, to BURTON J and ELSIE M. Walter and Sylvia were the parents of:
The 1936 and 1937 Electoral Rolls shews Walter George Whalan [carter] at Blayney with Sylvia May Whalan [home duties] at Stillingfleet St., Blayney. By 1943 Walter George Whalan [retired] and Sylvia May Whalan [home duties] were at 183 Lurline St., Katoomba, with Walter's brother Robert Wentworth Whalan [painter]; Sylvia and Robert were still there in 1949. In 1954 Sylvia was enrolled at 48 Sir Thomas Mitchell Rd., Bondi Beach.
The death of Walter George Whalan, son of WALTER WENTWORTH [WHALAN] and JANE ANN, was registered at Katoomba in 1945. Following his death, Sylvia married James Joseph Fitzgerald as registered at Bondi in 1954. The death of Sylvia May Fitzgerald on 24 October 1997 aged 88, 'late of Mona Vale, formerly of Blayney and Davistown', was reported in the Sydney Morning Herald on 28 October 1997. The death of James Joseph Fitzgerald on 28 June 1974 aged 77, 'late of Davistown', had been reported in the Sydney Morning Herald on 1 July 1974.
The birth of Linda H Whalan, daughter of WALTER W WHALAN and his wife JANE ANN BAILEY, was registered at Oberon in 1908 [Maureen Bailey, notes of August 2010, has Linda born in 1906]. Linda's marriage, to John A Davidson ["Jack"], was registered at Katoomba in 1935. John and Linda were the parents of:
The 1936 Electoral Rolls has Linda [home duties] and John [railway employee] at 308 Lord's Place, Orange, and in 1937 at Raphael St. and [supplemental Roll] at Hawke St., Blayney; by 1937. The 1943 Roll has them at 54 Lynch St., Cowra, and by 1954 they were at 71 Myall St., Oatley in Sydney.
The death of a John Angus Davidson on 29 October 1992, aged 85 years, 'late of Eastwood', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 31 October 1992. The death of a Linda Henrietta Davidson, aged 90 years, on 1 January 1999, 'late of Meadowbank, formerly of Eastwood', was noted in Sydney's Daily Telegraph and Sydney Morning Herald on 4 January 1999.
William John Bvailey (Bill), born 1870, son of ERSKINE BAILEY and ELIZABETH HOOD, married Emily Jane Wilcox on 7 July 1897 [1895m]. Emily's birth, to HENRY ROBERT WILCOX and his wife HARRIETT JANE ROBINSON, had been registered at Bathurst in 1876. Bill was an undertaker in Oberon, and with his brother Jim built part of the new Caves House at Jenolan. William and Emily had two daughters:
Probably regarding William, The Sydney Morning Herald of Thursday 19 March 1896 (p6) reported:
METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT.—
(Before his Honor Mr. District Court Judge MURRAY.)
BAILEY V. HAY
In this case W. J. Bailey, of Oberon, sought to recover from W. H. Hay, of Bartlett-street, Summer Hill, £65 0s 3d for ringbarking 1200 acres of land at Titania selection and for cash and goods.
A verdict was given for tho plaintiff for the amount claimed.
The death of Emily Jane Bailey née Wilcox, daughter of HENRY R and HARRIETT, was registered at Oberon in 1924. The death of William J Bailey, son of ERSKINE and ELIZABETH, was registered at Gulgong in 1928 and noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on Thursday 2 February 1928 (p12):
OBERON.— Mr. William J. Bailey, a lifelong resident of Oberon, has died in the Gulgong Hospital. Mr. Bailey was a builder and contractor and undertaker, and was 56 years of age. His body was taken to Kelso for burial. — Mr. T. T. Brennan died in Randwick Hospital. Ho was a native of the district, and leaves a widow and three young sons..
The birth of Thelma M Bailey, daughter of WILLIAM JOHN BAILEY and his wife EMILY JANE WILCOX, was registered at Orange in 1909. Thelma's marriage to Colin Fraser Sutherland was registered at North Sydney in 1937. They had one known child:
The funeral of Thelma Morea Sutherland on 2 July 1984, 'late of Smithtown', was announced in Kempsey's Macleay Argus on 30 June 1984. A probate notice for the estate of Colin Fraser Sutherland was published in the Macleay Argus on 18 January 1994.
The death of Desmond Lyall Rush ("Lyall") on 21 October 2007 aged 86, 'late of 'Lumeah', Texas, Qld', was rreported in the Sydney Morning Herald of 23rd instant; funeral notices were published in the Toowoomba Chronicle (23 October) and Brisbane's Courier Mail (17 October).
The 1949 and 1954 Electoral Rolls shew Clyde Vincent Burley [carrier] and Daisy Muriel Burley [home duties] enrolled at Middleton St., Texas, Queensland. Daisy Muriel Burley née Bailey died in 1979.
Isabella Margaret Bailey, aged 29, married Edmund Macquarie Whalan, aged 37, on 4 November 1903 . Isabella bore Edmund one child:
For further information, see Section Edmund Macquarie Whalan (1865 1931) m. Isabella Margaret Bailey (1873 1947).
Lucinda Emily Bailey married Michael Joseph Nay on 18 March 1907 at Glen Innes. Michaels's birth to JAMES NAY and his wife MARY ANNE WALSH had been registered at Uralla in 1880. Lucinda and Michael had at least two children:
The death of Michael Nay on of JAMES and MARY, was registered at Windsor NSW in 1929. The death of Linda [sic.] Emily Nay née Bailey, daughter of ERSKINE and ELIZABETH, was registered at Parramatta in 1963.
Irvine Gordon Nay, born 13 August 1913 at Emmaville near Glen Innes, son of MICHAEL JOSEPH NAY and his wife LUCINDA EMILY BAILEY ["Linda"], married Jessie Winifred Peek as registered at Redfern in 1936 [Jessie's birth to ROBERT E and WINIFRED F PEEK had been registered at Wellington NSW in 1913]. Irvine and Jessie had two children including a stillborn female (1939, Parramatta).
The death of Irvine Gordon Nay at Armidale NSW on 10 May 1989, aged 75, was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 13th instant. The death of Jessie Winifred Peek on 28 September 1981, aged 68, 'late of Armidale', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 29th instant..
Mary Ann Bailey married school-teacher Leonard John Spencer in 1872. Spencer may have been a tutor to Charles Whalan's family. This author's father described Spencer as a "schoolie" (i.e. a teacher). Their children were:
The death of Leonard J Spencer, son of JOHN and ANNE, was registered in the East Macquarie district in 1881.
Mary Ann Spencer née Bailey, aged 75, was interred in the Oberon General Cemetery on 23 January 1918.
John Ernest Spencer (born 1873, son of LEONARD JOHN SPENCER and MARY ANN BAILEY), aged 26, married Lucinda Harriett Wilcox ("Lucy"), aged 24, at Oberon on 8 August 1900. The birth of Lucinda, daughter of JOHN and MARY ANN, was registered at Bathurst in 1876 [rf Wilcox file]. Children of John and Lucinda included:
The 1930 Electoral Roll has John [farmer], John junior [labourer] and Lucinda [home dutied] enrolled at Gingkin, Edith. In 1936 the Roll has John [farmer], John junior [labourer], Lucinda [home dutied] and Mary at Gingkin, Edith.
The death of John Ernest Spencer, son of LEONARD JOHN SPENCER and MARY ANNE, was registered at Liverpool in 1966. The death of Lucinda Harriett Spencer née Wilcox was registered at Liverpool NSW in 1951.
Margaret Eliza Spencer (born 1877), aged 24, married Frederick Christian Luther, aged 28, at Oberon on 11 October 1901. Their children included:
Frederic Christian Luther died 11 October 1927, aged 54; his widow Margaret Eliza Luther née Spencer died 3 August 1956, aged 79. They were interred in the Oberon General Cemetery.
Frederic was the son of FREDERIC CHRISTIAN LUTHER (born c1849; died 16 January 1906, aged 57 years, buried at Oberon) and SARAH ELIZABETH BATE (born c1840; died 22 June 1942, aged 102½ years, buried at Oberon; marriage registered in Sydney in 1870); siblings included Eva Frederica Luther (born c1871; died 15 December 1924 aged 53 years, buried at Oberon), Charles Royes Luther (born c1877; died 19 July 1957 aged 80 years, buried at Oberon), Beresford Goethe Luther (died 9 April 1979, aged 93, 'late of Bathurst'; buried at Oberon with his first wife Edith Mabel Armstrong (died 16 June 1952, aged 68 years; marriage registered at Cobar in 1914); marriage to Ethel Elizabeth Cunynghame registered at Lithgow in 1955 (she died 15 September 1987)) and Bertie Murray Luther (born c1880; died 18 September 1938 aged 58 years, buried at Oberon).
Pat Holdorf 18nov2010i] added that Frederick Christian Luther was born 1843 baptised CoE at St James, Sydney [parents Frederich C and Maria] while Sarah Elizabeth Bate was born 1842 and baptised CoE at [Christ Church] St Laurence; Sarah was the eldest of Julia Phillips [born 1821 R/Sydney, died 1865 R/Sydney] and John Murray Bate [died 1877 R/Orange]; Julia and John married in 1840 at St Phillips Sydney. Julia's parents were William Phillips and his second wife Sophia née Yates, who had both been transported to the penal colony in 1820 for the same offence, "forging notes": Sophia arrived 1820 on board Janus (sent out for 14 years) and William on board Coromandel 3. They successfully petitioned the Governor to bring their six children with them, including infant Ann. Pat's ancestor was the 5th born, also Sophia.
Charles Bailey, born 1844, and Margina
(or Morgianna) Hamilton, born 1851,
married on 27 December 1870 in an Wesleyan service at Sidmouth
Valley, Mutton Falls. Margianna was the daughter of farmer WILLIAM
HAMILTON and his wife MARGARET (?née SCOTT) of Meadow Flat,
and had an elder sister Wilhelmina Hamilton, born 1849 when her
father was described as a settler.
Charles and Margina Bailey had ten children:
Charles Bailey, aged 71, died on 1 March 1916 at Edith . His wife Margina, aged 73, died on 21 September 1925 at Oberon. Both were interred at the Old Methodist Cemetery at Oberon.
born 1872 at O'Connell NSW, married William Henry Kissell
on 22 May 1905 at Burraga. William had been born in 1858 at Bing
NSW [birth of a William H Kissell to WILLIAM and MARY A E was registered at East Macquarie in 1885].
The hamlet Edith, southeast of Oberon, was named after Edith Bailey, who was either the oldest girl in the school there at the time or the first child christened in it's small church. John Whalan is credited with pioneering the village.
William and Edith Kissell had three children:
William Kissell died 11 January 1920 and was buried at Sunny Corner NSW. The death of a William H Kissell, son of STEPHEN and MARIA, was registered at Sunny Corner in 1922. The death of Edith Drusila Kissell née Bailey, daughter of CHARLES and MARGINA, on 17 October 1961, was registered in Sydney.
David Hamilton Bailey, born 26 June 1874 , married Margaret Mabel McCleary on 14 June 1900 at Pooncarie. Margaret was born 9 April 1882 at Wentworth. The couple had two children:
David Hamilton Bailey died 26 October 1957; Margaret died 17 December 1958 and was buried at Orange.
David Leslie Hamilton Bailey, born 20 February 1906 at Lismore, married Jean Leslie McClennan, the couple having three children:
The death of David Leslie Hamilton Bailey on 22 July 1967 was registered at Hamilton.
Wilfred McCleary Bailey, born 1919 at Lismore, married Joyce McMinn at an Anglican church in Lismore on 22 January 1953. Joyce was born in 1922 at Murwillumbah NSW. The couple had three children:
A notice regarding the death on 25 November 2002 of Wilfred McCleary Bailey, “late of Orange”, was published in the Central Western Daily on 27 November. Joyce lived at 50 Paterson Road in Springwood in 2008.
Wilfred Clyde Bailey, born 1876 at Oberon , married Mary Christina McDonald on 28 September 1910. Wilfred and Mary were the parents of at least one child:
Wilfred died 22 December 1938 as noted in The Sydney Morning Herald of Friday 23 December 1938 (p5):
The death has occurred at the Bathurst District Hospital of Mr. Wilfred Bailey, a well-known farmer and grazier, of Titania, Oberon. He was a native of the district, and leaves a widow and one son.
Mary's brother, Neil McDonald, died in 1951, as noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 14 August 1951:
MCDONALD.— The Relatives and Friends of Mr. Gordon McDonald, of Goodforest, Hartley and Mrs. M. C. Bailey, of Titania. Oberon, are invited to attend the Funeral of his loved Father and her Brother, NEIL MCDONALD, to leave the Presbyterian Church, Goodforest, This Day after service commencing at 3 p m , for interment In the Lowther Cemetery.
Mary, daughter of NEIL and MARY, died 21 August 1961, aged 84 years; she and Wilfred were buried in the Old Methodist Cemetery at Oberon.
Alfred Waldon Bailey's wife Elizabeth Anna Loughrey
was the daughter born in 1884 at Gunnedah NSW to WILLIAM LOUGHREY and JANE HAYDEN.
Alfred and Elizabeth married in the Gulgong district in 1910. Elizabeth Annie
Loughrey was a twin, her brother Thomas being killed by a gunshot wound when
he was a teenager. Elizabeth had, as was the pattern in those times, numerous
brothers and sisters, two of whom married 'Baileys'. James Loughrey married
Jane Letetia Bailey in 1915 at Gulgong while William Edward Loughrey married
Minnie Bailey at Mudgee in 1918. Minnie (born 1898 [?at Rylstone, the daughter
of Jane M Bailey], died 17 December 1986 aged 88 years) bore William a set of
twins. Jane may have been the Jane L Bailey whose birth was registered at Coonabarabran
in 1892, the daughter of Albert Bailey and his wife Sophia Phillips who had
married at Merriwa in 1891.
Alfred and Elizabeth had eight or nine children:
Alfred died 16 October 1951, aged 73,
and was buried in the Old Methodist Cemetery at Oberon. Elizabeth died on 26
April 1970 at Lithgow District Hospital, and was buried next to her husband
on the 28th.
Alfred Roy Bailey married Eunice Pearl Bailey at Oberon in 1941. They had two daughters, including:
Gordon Loughrey Bailey, born 6 January 1911 near Oberon, was a son of ALFRED WALDON BAILEY and ELIZABETH ANNA LOUGHREY. Gordon's marriage to Mary Pearl Butcher was registered in Sydney in 1960. The birth of Mary Pearl Butcher on 27 September 1914, daughter of FREDERICK PETER BUTCHER and MARY ANN STRONG, had been registered at Redfern; Frederick and Mary Ann's marriage had been registered at St Peters in 1908 [per Bailey Reunion 2010].
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Gordon Loughrey Bailey [farmer] at Edith near Oberon in 1936, 1937, 1943, 1949, 1954 and 1958. The Rolls shew Frederick Butcher [carrier], Mary Ann Butcher] home duties] and Mary Pearl Butcher [dressmaker] at 41 Maddison street, Redfern, in 1937, Frederick Peter Butcher [machinist], Mary Ann Butcher and Mary Pearl Butcher there in 1943, Mary Pearl Butcher and Jean Butcher [delivery assistant] there in 1949, Mary Pearl Butcher only in 1954 and Mary Pearl Butcher [canteen assistant] in 1958. The Rolls then shew Gordon Loughrey Bailey [station hand] and Mary Pearl Bailey [home duties] at 41 Maddison street, Redfern, in 1963 and 1980.
A notice regarding the death on 28 March 1990 of Gordon Loughrey Bailey, aged 79, “late of Redfern, formerly of Oberon”, was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 30th instant.
The marriage of Norman Stanley Bailey, son of ALFRED WALDON BAILEY and ELIZABETH ANNA LOUGHREY, and Elizabeth Ethel Bailey ["Tassie"] was registered at Oberon in 1937. Elizabeth was the daughter of WILLIAM CHARLES BAILEY and EMILY FRANCES (“Dot”) ROGERS [rf above]. Norman and Elizabeth had four children:
The 1943 NSW Electoral Roll shews Norman Stanley Bailey [farmer], Elizabeth Ethel Bailey [home duties] and Eunice Pearl Bailey [home duties] enrolled at Tanksley Hill, Bowenfels.
The death of Elizabeth Ethel Bailey née Bailey, 'late of Guildford, formerly of Lithgow', on 14 September 1978, was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on15 September 1978. The death of Norman Stanley Bailey, 'late of Merrylands, formerly of Guildford and Oberon', on 16 April 1996 was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 17 April 1996.
Alfred Roy Bailey [“Roy”], whose birth on 20 August 1914 was registered at Oberon NSW, was the son of ALFRED WALDON BAILEY and ELIZABETH ANNA LOUGHREY. Roy married Eunice Pearl Bailey at Oberon in 1941. Eunice was a daughter of WILLIAM CHARLES BAILEY and his wife EMILY FRANCES ROGERS [rf above].
Roy and Eunice had four daughters and two sons:
A notice regarding the death on 23 February 1986 of Alfred Roy Bailey (“Roy”), “at St Vincent’s Hospital” [Sydney], was published in Bathurst’s Western Advocate on 27th instant; he was buried in the Old Methodist Cemetery at Oberon.
Ida Doris Bailey, whose birth was registered at Oberon in 1918, was the daughter of ALFRED WALDON BAILEY and ELIZABETH ANNA LOUGHREY. Ida's marriage to William John Roach was registered at Newtown in 1953. William and Ida had at least one daughter:
Ida Roach died in 1995. William Roach may also have died that year.
David Walden Bailey, born 2 November 1920 at Oberon, was the son of of ALFRED WALDON BAILEY and ELIZABETH ANNA LOUGHREY. David's marriage to Hilda May Brodin was registered at Lithgow in 1946. David and Hilda had six children:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew David Walden Bailey [factory worker] at Bowenfels in 1943 and 1949; Hilda May Bailey [home duties] appears at 72 Vale road, Lithgow, in 1949. David Walden Bailey [miner] was listed at Mudgee road, Blackmans Flat, and Hilda May Bailey at Mudgee road, Lidsdale, in 1954. David Walden Bailey [labourer] and Hilda May Bailey were listed at Flat 387a, Hargrave Park, Liverpool, in 1958. David and Hilda were at 7 Farrar place, Seven Hills, in 1963 and 1968. Hilda [no occupation noted] was at 8 Cunynghame St., Oberon, in 1980
A notice regarding the death on 21 August 1980 of David Walden (sic) Bailey, aged 59 years, 'late of West Ryde', was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 23rd instant. The death of a Hilda May Bailey on 10 May 2002, 'late of Ilumba Gardens, Kelso' was noted in Bathurst's Western Advocate on 13 May 2002.
Victor Douglas Bailey, born 1928, was a son of ALFRED WALDON BAILEY and ELIZABETH ANNA LOUGHREY. Victor's marriage to Nancy Vera Tye was registered at Windsor in 1950. Victor and Nancy had three children:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Victor Douglas Bailey [railway employee] and Nancy Vera Bailey [home duties] at 149 Lucas road, Lalor Park, in 1968. Victor Douglas Bailey [railway employee] and Nancy Vera Bailey and Lex Michael Bailey [sheet metal worker] were listed at 149 Lucas road, Lalor Park, in 1980. Victor, Kevin and Eric attended the Bailey reunion 2010 at Oberon..
Charles Ernest Bailey (“Ernie”), born July 1881 at Edith , married distant relative Frances Maude Luther at All Saints Anglican Cathedral in Bathurst on 5 June 1929. Frances had been born July 1902. She and Ernie had two children:
For some time Ernie (?and Frances) lived opposite Edith school, moving to Prinby on Lake Illawarra during the Second World War while Ernie worked at the Port Kembla steelworks (as did his brother Len, who lived at Port Kembla at the time), moving to St Vincents near Bathurst about 1954, then into a residence above a shop in Bathurst before moving to a house in Howick Street in 1957.
Ernie died 31 March 1974. A notice regarding the death on 28 August 2000 of Frances Maude Bailey, aged 98 years, “at St Catherine’s Nursing Home, late of Bathurst”, was published in Bathurst’s Western Advocate on 29 August 2000.
Zetta Harriett Bailey, born 15 December 1883, daughter of CHARLES BAILEY and his wife MARGINA HAMILTON, married Lewis Duff in 1911, as registered at Oberon. Lewis and Zetta had four children:
The death on 14 August 1930 of Zetta Harriett Duff née Bailey, daughter of CHARLES and MARGINA, was registered at Orange.
Andrew McGregor Beatty, born in Ireland in 1851, son of JOHN McGREGOR BETTY and his wife DOROTHEA, began working for George Bailey at "Bloomfield" near Oberon late in 1880. On 21 May 1884 at S. Barnabas' CoE Oberon , Andrew married Matilda Bailey, daughter of GEORGE BAILEY and JANE ARMSTRONG and born in 1846. Eliza Jane Beattie (Andrew's sister, who later married Henry Brien) and George Thomas Bailey (Matilda's younger brother) were witnesses at the wedding. There were two children to the marriage:
Andrew McGregor Beattie died at the "Strathmore" Private Hospital at Bathurst NSW on 1 August 1925, and was buried in the CoE section of Oberon General Cemetery. Matilda Beattie née Bailey died on 27 May 1926 and was interred next to her husband. Andrew and Matilda were responsible for accretion of extra acreage at "Bloomfield".
Selina Maria Bailey, ninth of ten children of GEORGE
BAILEY and his wife JANE ARMSTRONG, was born in 1848 and at "Bloomfield"
east of Oberon. Selina married John Campbell Whalan
on 16 December 1869 in Bathurst.
John Campbell Whalan and Selina had some ten children. John C Whalan, aged 72, was buried at Oberon on 29 September 1914. Selina Maria Whalan née Bailey, aged 86 years, was buried next to her husband on 15 February 1935.
Extensive details of this family follow in Section John Campbell Whalan (1842 1914) m. Selina Maria Bailey (1848 1935), and its descendant sections.
George Thomas Bailey (born 1852, son of GEORGE BAILEY and his wife JANE ARMSTRONG), married Sarah Rose Mary Smith ("Rose") on 2 or 12 January 1886 . Also referred to as Thomas George Bailey, George was baptised at “Bloomfield”, Oberon; Sarah’s birth to WILLIAM HENRY SMITH and his wife EMMA HUMPHRIES was registered at Bathurst in 1865 (the marriage of William and Emma had been registered at Bathurst in 1863). The couple's nine children were:
Rose Bailey was buried at Oberon on 9 July 1933, and Thomas Bailey died 21 December 1941 and was buried on 22nd instant in the Anglican section of Oberon General Cemetery. Thomas Clifton Bailey was also buried at Oberon .
Amy Salina Bailey, born 19 January 1889 , married Thomas Arthur Welsley Martin near Paddington in Sydney during 1915 . Thomas was the son of THOMAS A W MARTIN and his wife MARY J. Thomas and Amy had one son, whose birth was registered at nearby St Peters:
The death of Amys
husband Thomas A W Martin was registered at Auburn in 1931. Amy
lived much of her life at Cabramatta, where she had a lot of property.
A notice regarding the death on 3 September 1986 of an Amy S Martin appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 September 1986.
Harley Thomas Wesley Martin, born 1917 near St Peters , married Agnes Louisa Hunter near Auburn during 1941. There were four children born to Harley and his wife:
Harley, of Lidcombe, enlisted in the Australian Army at Bathurst on 6 September 1942, noting his next-of-kin as Amy Martin; he was discharged with the rank of Captain, CPO MGO Branch LHQ, on 26 April 1946. The NSW Electoral Rolls shew Agnes Louisa Martin [home duties] at 72 Woodburn road, Lidcombe South in 1943 and 1949. The marriage of a Agnes Louisa Martin to a Harry Raymond Pearce was registered in Sydney in 1950.
Elsie Amelia Bailey, born 1891, married Harold
Bourner at Paddington in 1914 . Harold was born in the
United States of America to ?? VAN BONNER and English-born ??
RUSSELL. A musician, he worked on arrangements for the Disney
company. His work required him to travel, and during World War
II he toured the theatres of war with artists such as Bob Hope;
on one such tour he was injured. Harold died during World War
Elsie and Harold had two known children:
The 1943 Electoral Roll shews Elise Amelia Bourner [home duteis] and Gloria Rosalie Elsie Russell Bourner [secretary] at 144 Harrow Rd., Auburn. The 1949 Roll shews Gloria Rosalie Elsie Russell-Brookes [artist - script writer] and Robert Russell-Brookes [travelling salesman] at 8 Carabella St., Milson's Point.
Elsie died 16 November 1968; her death was registered at Parramatta NSW.
Elsie Russell Bourner,
born 1922, was the daughter of ELSIE AMELIA BAILEY and HAROLD
BOURNER. Gloria married electrician Robert Russell-Brookes (Bob)
on 30 December 1960, while she was employed on a two-year contract
as an animator for a movie house. Robert, born in South Australia,
had moved to Broken Hill NSW when his father took employment there
in the mines as a tradesman.
Gloria died aged 88 on 27 July 2007 and was buried in the Anglican section of Oberon General Cemetery. Robert, 'late of Oberon, formerly of Regents Park', died aged 95 years on 25 August 2009 and was buried alongside Gloria; a notice regarding his death was published in Sydney's Daily Telegraph on 26 August 2009.
Thomas Clifton Bailey, (?a photographer?) born 1893 , married twice. His first wife, Irene W Shoobridge, whom he married near Randwick in 1915, bore him one child:
Irene, whose birth had been registered at Picton in 1896, daughter of WILLIAM J G SHOOBRIDGE and his wife SARA(H) STANFIELD, died ten days after Rene's birth in 1916 (the death registered at Oberon). Thomas later married again, near Paddington in 1917, his second wife being Irene's sister Sarah P Shoobridge (birth registered at Picton in 1897) who bore him five children:
William James George Shoobridge
and Sarah Stanfield had married at Picton in 1891. Their other
children included George (probably born 1892; birth registered
at Picton in 1893 [number 29894]), Edwin (birth also registered
at Picton in 1893, though the registration number  ) and
William Alfred (birth registered at Picton in 1899; death registered at Bathurst in 1965).
The death of Thomas Clifton Bailey on 14 April 1956, son of GEORGE THOMAS and ROSE was registered at Oberon in 1956. The death of Sarah Priscilla Bailey on 27 June 1972, aged 74, 'late of Woodford', was announced in the Sydney Morning Herald on 29 June.
Harold George Bailey, born August 1927, son of GEORGE THOMAS BAILEY and SARAH ROSE MARY SMITH, married Gweneth Marjoria Gough as registered at Chatswood in 1951 Gwen bore Harold six children. Gweneth later left Harold.
Harold George Bailey died on 1 June 2001 'at Bathurst Base Hospital, late of Melrose Park, Oberon' as noted in Bathurst's Western Advocate on 3 June 2001 (which also published a Probate notice on 29 July 2002); he was buried in Anglican section of Oberon General Cemetery..
Roy Harold Bailey (Harold), born 1895, son of GEORGE THOMAS BAILEY and SARAH ROSE MARY SMITH, married Swedish-born Cora Benson. Cora, impaired through life by mild infantile paralysis, was still living in December 1992. Harold and Cora had no children of their own, but adopted
The 1954 Electoral Roll shews Roy [builder] and Cora [home duties] at 68 Broomfield St., Cabramatta.
The death on 12 August 1962 of Roy Harold Bailey, aged 66, 'late of Cabramatta', son of GEORGE THOMAS and SARAH ROSE, was noted in The Sydney Morning Herald the next day. The death of Cora Stella Bailey on 6 April 1995, aged 95, was reported in the Sydney Morning Herald on 8 April.
Victor Ernest Bailey, born 1898, married Sylvia Mary Olds at Auburn in 1920. Sylvia’s birth to JAMES T and SARAH M OLDS had been registered at Camperdown in 1902. Victor was the most prolific of George and Sarah's children, fathering six children:
Notices regarding the death on 12 April 1979 of Victor Ernest Bailey were published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 14th and 16th instant. A notice regarding the death on 22 June 1988 of Sylvia Mary Bailey, aged 85 years, “late of Canley Vale”, was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 23rd instant.
Vera Albine Bailey, born November 1900 in the Oberon district , married Walter O Verrall, an Englishman, at Auburn NSW in 1934; they had one child, a daughter:
Vera lived much of her life at Cabramatta
/ Canley Vale, celebrating her 100th birthday with family and friends at her
home, 285 Sackville Street (corner of Wyong Street), Canley Vale NSW.
The 1936 and 1937 Electoral Rolls shew Walter [leadlighter] and Vera [home duties] at 41 Ettalong St., Auburn; the 1943, 1949 and 1954 Rolls shew Walter [artist] and Vera [home duties] residing in Sackville St., Canley Vale. A funeral notice in the Sydney Morning Herald of 2 January 1954 (p28) announced:
VERRALL — The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Vera Verrall and Daughter, Valda, of Sackville and Wyong Streets, Cabramatta are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Husband and Father, WALTER OWEN VERRALL to leave Cabramatta Soldiers Memorial Church of England Cabramatta Road, Cabramatta. This Saturday after service commencing at 9.30 a.m. for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood
METCALFE and MORRIS PTY, LIMITED A F D A, 179 Church St, Parramatta.
Vera died on Thursday 27 September 2001.
[Interestingly, the nine Verrall marriages registered in NSW between 1919 and 1945 involved four Veras: apart from the Bailey-Verrall marriage aforementioned, Vera C Verrall married Harold P Moorley (Mosman, 1924), Sydney R Verral married Vera R Brear (Chatswood, 1922), Vivian J W Verrall married Vera C Woodward (Manly, 1929)].
Horace George Bailey, born 1903 , married Edna Oldenberg, a Swedish girl who died young. Like Cora Bailey née Benson, she had suffered the effects of infantile paralysis. She died of kidney trouble, her death registration at Ashfield NSW in 1954 noted her parents as ARVIO ANTONIUS and ELLEN CELIA B [OLDENBERG]. Horace and Edna had no children. The death of Avrid Augustinus A Oldenberg, son of Anton Rudolph and Johanna [Augusta] was registered at Marickville NSW in 1949.A notice regarding the death on 24 April 1982 of Horace George Bailey, aged 79 years, “late of Canley Vale”, was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 26th instant.
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