Don't know if this is anything at all, but the name spelled Bayley seems to have links to Newbury, MA.Bailey seems to link to Hanover, PA and in my case into Harpswell, Maine. After re-reading your message I don't think my family had anything to do with the Rev. War.
There was a Joseph BAYLEY who was born c1718 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA son of Joshua Bayley who married in 1755 to Apphia BARTLETT of Newbury.She was a daugh. of Samuel Bartlett and Judith COFFIN.
Another BAYLEY I have is Mrs. Abigail (Hills) BAYLEY (who was the widow of a Bayley whose name I don't have), but she was the daughter of Benjamin Hills and Rebecca ORDWAY. Abigail married Caleb MOODY, Jr. in Newbury, MA in 1756.
I don't know if you've read this in your research, but during the Rev., George Washington appointed a Mr. ALLEN as an Indian Agent to go to into Canada to recruit Indians to help us fight against the Brits.Mr. Allen (John I think his name was),recruited many Micmac Indians and possibly others from other tribes. Just thought I'd add that in case you hadn't seen it. Many of the St. Francis Indians moved to MA and some into Maine and merged with other tribes.Its hard tracing Indian heritage. I've been at it solidly for 2 years and have found very little. Good Luck to you.