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William Noah Bailey
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Birth: Jul. 29, 1885
Hawkins County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Apr. 9, 1975
Page County
Iowa, USA

Son of John & Catherine Bailey one of 8 children.

William grew to manhood in Tennessee working in the corn and tobacco fields. He professed his Christian faith at an early age and his life exemplified his Christian beliefs and faith.

William married Margaret Stroupe of Rogersville, TN in 1907. In Jan of 1908 they moved to Langdon, MO farming and started their family of four children. They farmed when they moved to Siam, New Market and Clarinda, IA.

When the moved to Braddyville, IA in 1941 they operated a produce and feed business for several years until retirement.

He was a devoted husband, a kind and loving father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. They had celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary on 19 Jan 1975. At the time of his death he was the oldest living person in Braddyville, IA.

Surviving Family:
Margaret Elizabeth Stroupe Bailey

Jessie Bailey Norris and husband Tom of Hopkins, MO
Blanche Bailey Bales and husband Cliff of Braddyville, IA
Gladys Bailey Waack and husband Edd of Springfield, MO
Harold Dean Bailey of Clarinda, IA

7 Grandchildren and 16 Great-Grandchildren.

Burial was in Braddyville Cemetery.
Family links: 
  Margaret Elizabeth Stroupe Bailey (1889 - 1982)*
  Jessie Mae Bailey Norris (1907 - 2002)*
  Blanche Bailey Bales (1909 - 2004)*
  Mary Gladys Bailey Waack (1910 - 2003)*
  Harold Dean Bailey (1919 - 1983)*
*Calculated relationship
Braddyville Cemetery
Page County
Iowa, USA
Created by: Sandy Hicks Mullins
Record added: Mar 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67123796
William Noah Bailey
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As your friends said "If you ever knew him, you'd never forget him. To know him was to love him."
- Sandy Hicks Mullins
 Added: May. 22, 2011

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