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  Notes                                    
  When Charlotte left for America c1879, she left her sister Minnie and family behind. They would have been sisters living in different countries, but who corresponded and visited each other during their lives, yet
  nobody in my lifetime ever knew that Charlotte had existed. Charlotte is buried at Mt.Vernon Cemetary, Philadelphia with her husband James Smith and her young daughter Charlotte (Lottie) who died age 19.  
  She was discovered over 100 years later, by tracing Oliver Smith, a grandson mentioned in William Baileys will (1911), that my father never knew existed (1930-2010).        
                                       
                                       
                                       
  Sources                                    
                                       
  Christopher Bailey                                  
                                       
  William Bailey                                  
  Born in c1834 at Athy, Co. Kildare - 1901 Census                              
  Marriage on 5 Nov 1862 of William Bailey & Maria Gurd at St.Patricks Church of Ireland, Stradbally                    
  2nd Marriage to Dinah Bailey - 1901 Census                              
  Lived at 38 Exchequer Street - Calendar of Wills for wife Maria                          
  Living at 6 Rehoboth Place, aged 64 having remarried to Dinah Bailey after Marias death - 1901 Census                    
  Note - The age in the 1901 census record for William does not agree with the age in the 1911 census. Either William or Dinah recorded a younger age in 1901 or an incorrect age was recorded by his son in 1911  
  Living at 30 Hollybank Avenue, aged 77 in the care of his daughter Minnie. 5 days after this census he died - 1911 Census                
  Died 16 Apr 1911 - aged 77 at Hollybank House living with daughter Minnie - Death Notice Irish Times Headstone Mt Jerome Cemetary              
  Will of William Bailey - In this will he makes reference to grandson Oliver Smith in America. This is the son of his eldest daughter Charlotte and whose branch was only found in 2012      
  Came up to Dublin from not sure exactly to get away from farming to join the army (circa 1850), fell off his horse on way to Dublin and could not join army. Started small business from Bachelors Walk.  
  Lived at Premises where he worked. Eventually started ropes business, whilst living at Rehoboth Place. Must have returned to Stradbally in 1862 to marry Maria Gurd & then returned to Dublin    
  Started a Marquee business. Used to travel to fairs & weddings. Wife & daughter waited up anxiously for his return. Usually had a bit too much to drink. - Interview with Gladys White 12/5/1992    
                                       
  Maria Gurd                                  
  Marriage on 5 Nov 1862 of William Bailey & Maria Gurd at St.Patricks Church of Ireland, Stradbally                    
  Lived at 38 Exchequer Street - Calendar of Wills                            
  Lived at Rehoboth Place - Calendar of Wills                              
  Died 5 Jan 1892, aged 53 - Calendar of Wills Grave at Mt Jerome Cemetary Death Notice - Irish Times 7 Jan 1892                
                                       
  Dinah Bailey                                  
  Born c1849 at Mountmellick, Queens County - 1901 Census                            
  Living at 6 Rehoboth Place, wife to Head of Household William Bailey - 1901 Census                      
  was previously married to Jonathan Luttrell and had lived at Henry Street, Mountmellick                      
  Died 12 Nov 1909 at Mountmellick, Henry Street, Aged 60, Buried at Mountmellick - sighted Death Record, C of I Microfilm - MtMellick at National Archives          
  Will of Dinah Bailey                                  
                                       
  Charlotte Bailey                                  
                                       
  James Smith                                  
                                       
  Mary Jane (Minnie) Bailey                                
  Marriage of Mary Jane Bailey & Harry Gibson - Family factual                          
  Lived at 6 Brooklyn Terrace where Gladys was born - Gladys White                          
  Living at 30 Hollybank Avenue, aged 44 - 1911 Census                            
  Lived at Rockford, Temple Road - Family factual                            
  Will of Minnie Gibson nee Bailey                                
 
                                   
                                     
                                     
  Henry Gibson                                  
  Born at Liverpool                                  
  Marriage of Mary Jane Bailey & Harry Gibson - Family factual                          
  Living at 30 Hollybank Avenue, aged 44 - 1911 Census                            
  Lived at Rockford, Temple Road - Family factual                            
                                       
  William George Bailey                                  
  see Tree below for detail                                
                                       
  Florence Tackaberry Wood                                
  see Tree below for detail                                
                                       
  Christopher Bailey                                  
  Born 8 Sep 1870 at 9 Bachelors Walk, father William Bailey Ropemaker                        
  Died 2 Nov 1874 at 17 Upper Clanbrassil Street, 4 years old, Son of a Ropemaker, Died from Scarlatina Death Notice - Irish Times              
  Scarlatina - a description of Scarlet Fever (Scarlatina) in a family medical guide in 1871 - description and treatment of the disease              
                                       
  John Thomas Bailey                                  
  Born 22 May 1872 at 9 Bachelors Walk, father William Bailey Ropemaker                        
  Died 13 Nov 1874 at 17 Clanbrasil Street, 2 years old, Son of a Ropemaker, Died from Scarlatina Death Notice - Irish Times              
  Scarlatina - a description of Scarlet Fever (Scarlatina) in a family medical guide in 1871 - description and treatment of the disease              
                                       
                                       
                                       
  2012-Researchers Note-SWB                                
  On the day I collected the Birth and Death Certificate for Christopher from the Civil Registers Office, I walked past 9 Bachelors Walk. It is now            
  a modern shop and apartment block, the original building has been replaced. I then walked to17 Clanbrasil Street Upper in Oct 2011. The original            
  house still stands in a state of disrepair, but the original gatepost, railings, and door handles and letterbox from 1874 still exist. Standing              
  outside thinking that one day in late Oct 1874 both Christopher and Frederick took ill with Scarlet Fever and within 11 days both young boys            
  would die. Inside that house would have been their older sisters Charlotte and Minnie, and their older brother William George.