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Nicholas Baylies (b. 19 May 1719, d. 26 Jul 1807)Nicholas Baylies (son of Thomas Baylies and Esther Sergeant) was born 19 May 1719 in Colebrookdale, Worcester, England, and died 26 Jul 1807 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts.He married Elisabeth Park on 29 Nov 1738 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts343.
Notes for Nicholas Baylies:
According to Charles White, Nicholas Baylies and his family movedfrom England to Cumberland, Rhode Island, in 1737, and from there moved to Uxbridge in 1738.
The 1790 United States Census for Taunton, Massachusetts, indicates that Nicholas Baylies was living there with a white female and one other free person.Also living in Taunton at the time was Frederick Baylies.In his household there were three white males age 16 and over, two white males under 16 and six white females.Presumably, Nicholas Sr. located in Taunton with his son Frederick.
More About Nicholas Baylies:
Burial: Jul 1897, Dighton, Bristol, Massachusetts.
More About Nicholas Baylies and Elisabeth Park:
Marriage: 29 Nov 1738, Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts.343
Marriage Notes for Nicholas Baylies and Elisabeth Park:
The intention to marry was filed in Uxbridge on 21 Oct 1738.UxbridgeVital Records at p. 211.
Children of Nicholas Baylies and Elisabeth Park are:
- +Nicholas Baylies, b. 15 Nov 1739, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts344, 345, d. 19 Jan 1831, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts346.
- Frederick Baylies, b. 18 Jul 1741, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts347.
- William Baylies, b. 24 Nov 1743, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts347.
- Adolphus Baylies, b. 24 Mar 1746, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts347.
- Thomas Sergeant Baylies, b. 18 Oct 1748, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts347, d. 30 Oct 1835.
- Gustaves Baylies, b. 20 Jun 1752, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts347.
- Hodijah Baylies, b. 17 Sep 1756, Uxbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts, d. 26 Apr 1843, Dighton, Bristol, Massachusetts.