Here's a marriage for Irene Bayley from Washington Digital Archives:
Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Pend Oreille Marriage Records County: Pend Oreille
Document No.: eapdomarrstat3018 Vol.: 2 Groom's Name: Fred Kochler Groom's Age: 21 Groom's Residence: Bonners Ferry, ID Groom's Birthplace: Milwaukee, WI Groom's Occupation: Laborer Bride's Name: Irene Bayley Bride's Age: 21 Bride's Residence: Spokane, WA Bride's Birthplace: Spokane, WA Bride's Occupation: Ice Cream Parlor Groom's Father's Last Name : Kochler Groom's Father's First Name: Herman Groom's Mother's Maiden Name: Kochler Groom's Mother'sfirst Name: Hattie Bride's Father's Last Name: Bayley Bride's Father's First Name: Marcus Bride's Mother's Maiden Name: Moran Bride's Mother's First Name: Nellie Date Of Marriage: 7/28/1937 12:00:00 AM Place Of Marriage: Newport, WA County: Pend Oreille Source: http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/Record/View/81722627E1708A790F4FBC0A027DB782
Here's Marcus John Bayley's obituary
MARCUS JOHN BAYLEY
Marcus John Bayley, 50, for 20 years general representative for the Brotherhood of Carpenters, died Tuesday at Good Samaritan hospital of a malignant brain tumor. He had been ill 14 months.
He was born in Twin Falls, Idaho, July 31, 1906, and had lived in Portland seven years. He was a veteran of World War II and was a member of Elks, Moose, Eagles and Veterans of Foreign Wars. His home was at 3427 N.E. 46th Avenue.
Surviving are the widow, Agnes; a daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Vincent, Portland; his father, M.L. Bayley, Spokane, and the following brothers and sisters: Irving, Tonashet, Wash., and Glen, Harold and Leonard Bayley, Mrs. Mildred Holmes, Mrs Irene Hilgers and Mrs Bernadine Hanson, all of Spokane.
Requiem mass will be offered Friday at 9:30 a.m. at St Rose church. Recitation of the rosary will be Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Zeller Chapel of the Roses. Interment will be at Lincoln Memorial park.
The family suggests that any remembrance be in the form of contributions to the Damon Runyon Cancer fund or the City of Hope.
The Oregonian, Thursday, November 8, 1956, page 23