Little Family Genealogy

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Tracing the Little Family from Rowan County, NC, into Lincoln County, TN.
Tracing the Winstons from Virginia into Tennessee and Alabama.
Tracing the Bayless Family from Long Island, NY into Virginia, Tennessee, and Alabama.
Tracing the Descendants of Josiah Brandon, A Revolutionary War Soldier.
Tracing the Burley family of Henrico County, VA.
Also Tracing the Oldhams of Arkansas and the Boone Family.

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  • ID: I138
  • Name: Samuel BAYLESS
  • Surname: Bayless
  • Given Name: Samuel
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 11 Apr 1751 in Kingston, Middlesex, New Jersey
  • Death: 3 Nov 1826
  • Burial: Cherokee Cmtry, Washington, Tennessee
  • Reference Number: 36
  • _UID: 0C28FE1307FF994AA4A1BB3E70B9E0CD4267
  • Note:
    !SOURCE: The Early History of the Bayless Families from Long Island and New Jersey. By Howard Green Bayless.
    A family Bible owned by C.H. Davis of Pasadena, CA. Samuel served in the Revolutionary War with four of his brothers. Records of Deeds, Jonesboro, Washington, TN.
  • Change Date: 23 Aug 1997 at 01:00:00



    Father: Daniel BAYLESS b: 15 Dec 1716 in Kingston, Middlesex, New Jersey
    Mother: Johanna LAKE b: 15 Dec 1714 in , , New Jersey

    Marriage 1 Mary NODDING

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      Much of the information in this database is well documented. Some is not. I am adding information from the Social Security Death Records, as well as obituaries as I have time. Corrections, additions and comments welcome.

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