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Surname List A-E from the Andrew County Missouri GenWeb Project page
In 1849-50, Caleb, Gillum, and William Right BALEY went to California to look for gold. Caleb left his wife Jane (FUNDERBURK) BAILEY in the Bolckow area with four kids. Caleb died in the gold mines, but I have been told his death is recorded in the 1850 death records for Andrew Co. The other brothers came back to their families. However, in 1857-8, they all moved with their families to CA except for Caleb's widow and children.
I am also trying to find the place of death and burial of his wife Jane b. ca 1805 in TN. Other members of this family lived in Nodaway, Co. Jane is on the 1880 census in Nodaway Co, but no death records exist there for her. Their oldest son John BALEY farmed in Andrew Co and later was a saloon keeper there. He married Sarah Jane BROWN. I have only been able to find census records for him--nothing else. I would appreciate any information on this family.
I have verified most of this through census records and death certificates. The story part comes from Fresno, CA. Gillum BALEY became a judge there and there are several books containing his biography. Janeva K. Baile who also used "Mortality Records of 1850, Andrew County, Missouri" compiled by Elizabeth Ellisberry." (Jan 1 1997)
|Tombstone Records of Madison Co., IA. by WPA Boyles|
|Arena J.||1855 to 11-11-1912;||Penn Center Cem.||(Mrs. Newton S.)|
|Lydia (Allison)||d. 5-11-1904 aged 82;||Winterset Cem. Winterset.||wife of Phillip M.|
|M.M.||1865 to 12-12-1916;||Winterset Cem. Winterset|
|Newton S.||1847 to 1-7-1920||Penn Center Cem., Penn Twp.|| (wife Arena J.) |
Civil War veteran;
|Phillip M.||died 9-4-1885 aged 62||Winterset Cem. Winterset;|| (wife Lydia Allison);|
Civil War veteran
The History of Madison Co., IA (pub. 1879)
p. 606, 607 Union Twp.
BOYLES, Phillip M., farmer and stock-buyer, Sec. 29; P.O. Winterset; born Canaan Twp., Athens Co., Ohio, June 5, 1823; he was the second son of George and Martha Boyles, and one of twelve children; his father was a farmer and the son assisted him in the duties of farm life; in 1839 he moved with his parents to Elkhardt Co., Indiana and remained there until 1843, and then went to Andrew Co., MO., there he remained until 1846; while living here (sic - there) he witnessed the brutal whipping of a slave that was so revolting to his manly nature, that he resolved to seek a home in Iowa, and no sooner had he resolved than he acted, and the same year came to this county and settled on the land he now owns, and has resided here since that time; he has made all the improvements; he split all the rails for thirty-five cents per hundred, to purchase land warrants with which to locate his land; he has gone to Saylorville and hewn logs to purchase seed corn, and has worked at harvesting at fifty cents per day, half of which was to be taken out in trade at the store, calico at the time was being twenty-five cents per yard; he served in the war during the rebellion; he owns a fine farm of 320 acres and another near the above of 177 1/2 acres, both well improved and in a good state of cultivation; for the past few years he has been devoting the greater portion of his time in buying stock; he married Miss Lydia Allison February 22, 1845; she was a native of Crawford Co., Illinois, where she was raised; their family consists of seven children: Martin, Milton, Mary, now Mrs. Seevers, Maria, Myra, Marilla and Maloy.
History and Business Directory of Madison Co., Iowa by J.J. Davies (pub.
Isaac Delaney 41 b TN Elizabeth 27 b OH Isaac 25 b IN Katharine 13 b IN Jesse A 10 b IN N. Elias 5 b MO David W. 2 b MOI am looking for any information about this family. Where in TN was Isaac born? Who were his parents? I have Delaneys that may be connected in TN and will gladly share. Thanks for any help!