|Death: ||Sep. 18, 1675|
A colonial soldier, serving under Captain Lothrop, who died in the Battle of Bloody Brook. The soldiers were guarding a haul of grain that teamsters were moving to storage.
Thomas Bayley's origins are being researched for this memorial. He was probably of Weymouth, Suffolk, Massachusetts, and possibly died single and childless. He had an uncle, also named Thomas Bayley, who also served in King Philip's War; that Thomas Bayley, husband of Ruth Porter, survived the war.
The Thomas Bayley who died at Bloody Brook may have lived in Salem Farms (present-day Beverly), Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, per Eben Putnam.
If you have information about Thomas Bayley, complete with sources that will establish his identity, please contact the creator of this memorial.
Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts, ed William Richard Cutter, William Frederick Adamsv 2, p 1243
Report of the Committee Appointed to Revise the Soldiers' Record, Danvers (Mass.), Committee Appointed to Revise the Soldiers' Record, Eben Putnam, 1895, pp 94-95
See cemetery notes for further details and bibliographic sources.
Bloody Brook Mass Grave
Created by: Mrs. Bee
Record added: Mar 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50072213
Thank you for your service to our country and in helping to make it strong.... Rest In Peace Thomas..|
Added: Mar. 2, 2014
Thanks for your service-KatieYour 12th great granddaughter.|
Added: Feb. 28, 2011
Thank you for your service.|
The Deerfield Residents
Added: Feb. 2, 2011
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