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Mary Ellen Strode Bailey
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Birth: Jun. 24, 1860
Cantrall
Sangamon County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jan. 3, 1933
Springfield
Sangamon County
Illinois, USA

Mary Ellen Bailey
Birth Date: 24 Jun 1860
Birth Place: Illinois
Death Date: 3 Jan 1933
Death Place: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
Burial Date: 6 Jan 1933
Burial Place: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
Death Age: 72
Occupation: Housekeeper
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Residence: Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
Father Name: Roland Strode
Father Birth Place: Kentucky
Mother Name: Lucinda Weese
Mother Birth Place: Tennessee
Spouse Name: Thomas Bailey
Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
 
 
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 Parents:
  Roland Buchanan Strode (1831 - 1895)
  Luticia Weese Strode (1829 - 1916)
 
 Spouse:
  Daniel Thomas Bailey (____ - 1923)*
 
 Children:
  Margaret Bailey Irwin Shank Buck (1880 - 1961)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Ellen Strode Bailey (1860 - 1933)
  Charles Allen Strode (1863 - 1942)*
  James Roland Strode (1865 - 1910)*
  Emma Jane Strode Reynolds (1868 - 1929)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oak Ridge Cemetery
Springfield
Sangamon County
Illinois, USA
Plot: Block 37-54
 
Maintained by: BjJ
Originally Created by: Iced Tea
Record added: Jan 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63857375
Mary Ellen <i>Strode</i> Bailey
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In memory of Mary Ellen Strode Bailey, wife of Daniel Thomas Bailey, and mother of Flora, Margaret, Ethel P., Thomas P., James C., Hannah L., Charles W., Albert, and Mary. Rest in peace ~
- Susan J. Monaghan
 Added: Oct. 20, 2011
 
 
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