North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jun. 21, 1817|
South Carolina, USA
ACTUAL BURIAL SITE OF THE
AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY PATRIOT
WILLIAM FLEMING BAILEY SR
WILLIAM FLEMING SR.5 BAILEY (JAMES4, JOHN II3, JOHN I2, STEPHEN1) the son of JAMES BAILEY and SARAH ANN FLEMING was born 1755 in Bute (Warren) County, North Carolina, and died June 21, 1817 in Lancaster District, South Carolina. He married MARY "MOLLEY" SPRUNT July 09, 1778 in Warren (Bute) County, North Carolina, daughter of JAMES SPRUNT, (DAR recognized Revolutionary Patriot). She was born Abt. 1760 in Bute County, North Carolina, and died Bef. 1806 in Lancaster District, South Carolina.
William Fleming Bailey Sr, Ancestry.com Military Page
The Patriot Ancestor, William Fleming Bailey Senior, was approved and recognized on 7 May 2013 by the NSSAR, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, through the lineage and documentation submitted by descendant, DeCody Brad Marble. This Bailey lineage is from the son, Kennedy William Bailey, and his son Lawrence DeCody Bailey, and his son Robert Bradshaw Bailey. The ACN, Ancestral Number is 52867.
William Fleming Bailey, Senior, is recognized by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Application for the N.S.D.A.R., under National Number 462 469, (Computer Code Number Al3-039) was submitted by Maryline Cauthen Westenhaver in Auburn, Alabama. The application was verified and approved January 5, 1976.
A monument to William Fleming Bailey's Revolutionary Service and Patriotism stands with other Patriots monuments at Salem Cemetery in Heath Springs, Lancaster County, S.C., on Highway 521.
William Fleming Bailey Sr Patriot Monument
A dedication ceremony was held in May 1976 for the Revolutionary Patriots of Lancaster County at Salem Cemetery. William Bailey fought in Revolutionary battles in the State of North Carolina.
William's actual grave site is at the Mackey/Walker Cemetery on Hoke Road off of MT. Carmel Campground Road.
William Fleming Bailey, Senior was 16 years of age (or over) and was living with his father, James Bailey, in Bute (Warren) County, North Carolina which adjoins the Virginia line in the eastern part of the state. After he served in the Revolutionary War in the North Carolina Continental Line, William migrated to Lancaster County, South Carolina shortly after the War and settled on Cedar Creek.
"Bute County, North Carolina was eliminated in 1779 to form Warren, Granville and parts of other counties. The area of Bute from that time period is in what is today, Vance County, North Carolina."
Source: "Baileys from Bute" by Rex Franklin Bailey"
Mackey Walker Cemetery
South Carolina, USA
Created by: DeCody Brad Marble
Record added: Dec 07, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 32019596
You are my 5th great grandfather,and I am proud to be a part of your family.and we will meet someday and I am looking forward to it, thank you for everything you did for this, our beautiful United States of America.|
Robin Pittman Compton
Added: Sep. 14, 2014
From your great great great great great great granddaughter Linda Williams Haynes|
Added: Apr. 17, 2012
From your Granddaughter, Connie|
Connie Bailey Lackey
Added: Jul. 30, 2011