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James Bayle
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Birth: May 28, 1788
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Sep. 6, 1864
McKean County
Pennsylvania, USA

In 1850, the census shows James and Margaret Oliver Bayle living in McKean twsp, Erie Co., Illinois. In viewing the 1850 census we find Elizabeth J Dodge, 37, in the same household. Also we find Lucinda J Dodge, 21, and Salina Dodge, 20, also in the same household. However in the 1860 census Lucinda is shown as a Bayle. It is possible that both Lucinda and Salina were daughters of James and Margaret and the census taker mistakenly dittoed the preceding name. We will assume that was the case. There is no indication of any relationship of Elizabeth or that she may have been a domestic. Also living in the same household in 1850 was a James Oliver 18. Not sure where he fits in the family, we can only assume he was related to Margaret. He is listed as a laborer.

So the children listed for James and Margaret Oliver Bayle is based solely on the US census and some assumptions based on the census. There may have been other children but we have no way of knowing at this time (April 2005) of all the individuals of the James Bayle family. Another mystery is Elizabeth J Dodge 38, could she also be a sister of James?
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  Margaret Oliver Bayle (1792 - 1871)*
  Elizabeth Bayle Dodge (1812 - 1851)*
*Calculated relationship
Valley Cemetery
Erie County
Pennsylvania, USA
Maintained by: Ed Oliver
Originally Created by: Fred King
Record added: May 03, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5410287
James Bayle
Added by: Sue Groh
James Bayle
Added by: Sue Groh
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The bustle in the house by Emily Dickinson - The bustle in a house The morning after death Is solemnest of industries Enacted upon earth. The sweeping up the heart And putting love away We shall not want to use again Until eternity.
- Sue Groh
 Added: Aug. 6, 2008

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