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Margaret Chandler Bailey
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Birth: Jul. 20, 1898
Death: Aug. 3, 1985

Margaret Bailey, 87, formerly of Erskine, died Saturday at Riverview Nursing Home in Crookston.

She was born July 20, 1898 in Adrian to Henry and Edna McNight Chandler.

As a young girl she moved with her family to Erskine, where she grew up and attended school.

She married Robert O. Bailey November 29, 1917 in Erskine.

The couple farmed in the Erskine area, and also ran resorts on Lake Sara and Union Lake in rural Erskine.

Survivors include tow sons, James of LaPorte, and Jack of Duluth; two daughters, Lucille Hanson of Langley, Washington and Sarah Hartsock of Chariton, Iowa; 26 grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren; three sisters, Carolyn Clowser of Bemidji, Lorraine Keeley of Minneapolis, and Irene Calihan of Mt. Prospect, Illinois.
Family links: 
  Henry H Chandler (1865 - 1952)
  Edna E McKnight Chandler (1868 - 1924)
  Robert O Bailey (1890 - 1958)*
  James Leslie Bailey (1920 - 2005)*
  Baby Girl Bailey (1920 - 1920)*
  Robert L Bailey (1921 - 1977)*
  Edna J Bailey (1925 - 1933)*
  Ella Chandler (1891 - 1974)*
  Isaac N Chandler (1892 - 1982)*
  Floyd C Chandler (1895 - 1969)*
  Margaret Chandler Bailey (1898 - 1985)
  Carolyn Crowser (1901 - 1989)*
  Clyde M Chandler (1904 - 1963)*
  Lorraine Winnifred Chandler Keeley (1911 - 1991)*
*Calculated relationship
Bailey Family Cemetery
Polk County
Minnesota, USA
Created by: Maureen
Record added: Aug 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57845176
Margaret <i>Chandler</i> Bailey
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Rest in peace.
- Barb Chandler
 Added: Apr. 11, 2013

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