Frederick Phinney “Fred” Bayles

Frederick Phinney “Fred” Bayles

Birth
Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Death 29 May 1963 (aged 90)
Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA
Burial Mount Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA
Plot Garden of Faith; Sec 16, 38A 3
Memorial ID 71217421 View Source
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Frederick Phinney Bayles graduated from the Columbia School of Mines, EM in 1895 and had an active and successful career as a mining and construction engineer. He was a member of Tau Beta Pi fraternity. His work took him to Mexico, Puerto Rico, West Virginia, and Colorado. In 1917 he resigned from other connections to devote himself to consulting work in Cincinnati Ohio. During WWII he was engaged in active war work. He was also a 32nd degree Mason and maintained membership in the Elks Lodge at Boulder, Colorado.
In spite of the press of work, he found time and enthusiasm to give many hours in research that was invaluable in the preparation of the book "The Bayles Families of Long Island and New Jersey and their Descendants also ...............". Additionally, he built home made toys for the annual "Toys For Tots" Christmas program, and a fire truck and contingent of US Marines came to his home to collect the years supply of toys he had built.
Most of the above is by F.P. Bayles in the "Bayles Book"