birth: 1846 marriage: 01 Mar 1867 Greenfield,? Franklin,? Massachusetts
parents: Edwin C. Bailey,? Rebecca W. spouse: Eliza Jane Runnels (another record spells the last name Runnells)
There's another marriage record for a Edmund C. Bailey who lists his parents as : Edmund C. Bailey,? Rebecca W this marriage is in 1893 in Wisconsin, but I haven't proven it's the same subject:
Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930
marriage: 16 Apr 1893 Milwaukee,? Wisconsin
parents: Edmund C. Bailey,? Rebecca W. Cooley spouse: Dora P. Olderode
This family is not in my tree, just passing on what I found.
Simon W. Bailey
Massachusetts, Deaths, 1841-1915
birth: 1821 Newbury,? Vt death: 01 Feb 1892 Boston,? Suffolk,? Massachusetts residence: 01 Feb 1892 Boston,? Mass
parents: Timothy B.,? Phebe W. -----------------
Timothy C. Bailey
Massachusetts, Springfield Vital Records, 1638-1887
birth: 1808 Vermont death: 31 Jan 1845 Springfield,? Hampden,? Massachusetts burial: Springfield
parents: Timothy B. Bailey,? Phoeba Bailey
Name: Timothy C. Bailey Titles & Terms: Event: Death Event Date: 31 Jan 1845 Event Place: Springfield, Massachusetts Residence: Street Address: Gender: Male Age: 27 Marital Status: Married Occupation: Joiner Birth Date: Birthplace: Vermont, N.H. Estimated Birth Year: 1818 (another record gives the year as 1808) ----------
I don't know if this one is related to your search:
Claims Share. Brother of the Widow of the Late E. C. Bailey Demands Share of His Mother's Estate Date: Friday, October 29, 1897 Paper: Boston Journal (Boston, MA) Volume: LXIV Issue: 21094 Page: 8
Oakland,Cal., Oct. 29. -
John Bell, an eccentric old man who has been living about the town on the charity of many with whom he became acquainted, claimsthat he is entitled to a sharein the estate of Mrs. E.C. Bailey, who lives near Chelsea,Mass., near Boston. Mrs. Bailey's husband, who died many years ago, was the manager of the Herald of that city, and that the family is reported to be worth a sum not less than 3,000,000.
Bell offered proof of the fact that he is Mrs. Bailey's brother and has prevailed upon the Young Men's Christian Association to write to Boston for verification of his claim. A reply from Mrs. Bailey stating her brother is incompetent and a man has been selected for his needs. Bell claims he is rational and able to take care of himself, and awaits the opportunity, he says, to establish his right to the Eastern holding which he claims his mother left to himself and his sister.
[Edward M. Bailey; Chicago; Capt E. C. Bailey] Date: Tuesday, October 31, 1899 Location: Springfield, Massachusetts Paper: Springfield Republican Article type: Newspaper Article
Edward M. Bailey of Chicago is visiting his father, Capt. E.C. Bailey.