|Birth: ||Sep. 3, 1842|
|Death: ||Mar. 20, 1919|
Father: John Owenby
Mother: Polly Hutchison, b. KY.
Frances Elizabeth Owenby married William Dennis Baity on December 4, 1859 and they had the following children:
3) Margaret (Baity) Bragg (1860-1937)
4) George P Baity (1863-1952)
5) John Enoch Baity (1864-1927)
6) Mary Catherine (Baity) Vanderlip (1867-1945)
7) Edward A Baity (1869-____)
8) James Lewis Baity (1871-1957)
9) Sarah Nancy (Baity) Johnson (1876-1952)
10) Herbert Baity (1877-1921)
11) Frank M Baity (1880-1968)
12) Harvey M Baity (1883-1906)
13) Charlotte Leota (Baity) Doneghy (1885-1975)
14) William Harrison Baity (1888-1930)
LA PLATA HOME PRESS, La Plata, Mo
March 20, 1919
---Mrs. Fannie Baity, long a resident of this city, died at her home in west La Plata this afternoon after and illness of several months, at the age of eighty-three years.
---She is survived by nine children, six boys and three girls; Dr. George Baity of Kansas City, Hon. James L. Baity of Washington, D.C., Frank P. Baity of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Harry Baity who is in military service, Herbert and John Baity of this city, Mrs. Cassie Vanderlip of Iowa, Mrs. Lottie Doneghy of Kansas City and Mrs. W.B. Bragg of this city.
LA PLATA HOME PRESS, La Plata, Missouri
March 23, 1919
---When mother Baity fell asleep on Thursday, March 20, at the home of her son Herbert, La Plata lost her oldest native citizen whose whole life had been spent here.
---She was born September 3, 1842 and died at the age of seventy-six and a half years.
---In her girlhood she made profession of faith in Christ and went into the Baptist Church. Later she united with the Presbyterian Church and was a faithful member until the time of her death. The church never had a better friend. Long after her hearing was impaired, which made it impossible for her to hear the sermon, she continued to sit in the pew. Nor did she ever lose the spirit of her youth which made her the sympathic friend of the young. She has been in failing health for several years and a sufferer all the time but no amount of suffering could destroy her courage and her faith.
---She was married in 1859 to W.D. Baity. To them were born eleven children, ten of whom are still living, Mrs. W.B. Bragg, La Plata, George P. Baity, Kansas City, John E. Baity, La Plata, Mrs. N.L. Vanderlip, Davis, Iowa, James L. Baity, Washington, D.C., Mrs. Emmitt Johnson, Saratoga, Wyoming, Herbert Baity, La Plata, Frank M. Baity, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Mrs. R.R. Doneghy, Kansas City, Harry Baity with the Army of Occupation, Dierdorf, Germany.
---Funeal services were conducted from the home by her pastor, after which the body was laid to rest in the La Plata cemetery.
William Dennis Baity (1834 - 1894)*
Margaret Baity Bragg (1860 - 1937)*
George P. Baity (1863 - 1952)*
John Enoch Baity (1864 - 1927)*
Mary Catherine Baity Vanderlip (1867 - 1945)*
Edward A. Baity (1869 - ____)*
James Lewis Baity (1871 - 1957)*
Sarah Nancy Baity Johnson (1876 - 1952)*
Frank M. Baity (1880 - 1968)*
Herbert Baity (1880 - 1921)*
Harvey M. Baity (1883 - 1906)*
Charlotte Leota Baity Doneghy (1885 - 1975)*
William Harrison Baity (1888 - 1930)*
La Plata Cemetery
Plot: Hastings Block 1 Row 1
Maintained by: Farm Girl from MO.
Originally Created by: Sarah G
Record added: Aug 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55866824
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