Mary Ann Baddeley

(28 January 1797 - )
     Mary Ann Baddeley was born on 28 January 1797 in Middlesex. She was the daughter of Charles Baddeley and Ann Cordell.

Thomas Baddeley

(17 November 1793 - )
     Thomas Baddeley was born on 17 November 1793 in Bloomsbury, Middlesex. He was the son of Charles Baddeley and Ann Cordell.

William Baddeley

(17 December 1812 - )
     William Baddeley was born on 17 December 1812 in London?. He was the son of Charles Baddeley and Ann Cordell.

Jemima Bael

     Jemima Bael was born. She was the daughter of Nicholas Bael.
Jemima Bael married Sir Henry Killigrew, son of Sir Henry Killigrew and Jael de Peigne.

Child of Jemima Bael and Sir Henry Killigrew

Gertrude Bagge

     Gertrude Bagge was born in Saltram. She was the daughter of Sir James Bagge of Saltram.
Gertrude Bagge married Richard Arundell Lord of Trerice, son of John Arundell and Mary Cary, circa 1645. She was the widow of prominent royalist, Sir Nicholas Slanning. They had issue....

Richard Boyle Bagnal

     Richard Boyle Bagnal married Alicia Handcock, daughter of Richard Handcock 2nd Baron Castlemaine and Ann French, on 27 April 1813.

Charles Bagot

     Charles Bagot was the son of Milo Bagot and Margaret Armstrong.
Charles Bagot married Temperance Browne. She was the sister of Francis Brown, esq. of Riverstown and they had issue..

Elizabeth Bagot

(1702 - 23 October 1739)
     Elizabeth Bagot was born in 1702. She was the daughter of Milo Bagot and Margaret Armstrong.
Elizabeth Bagot married Warneford Armstrong, son of Andrew Armstrong and Lucy Charnock (Mason), on 15 March 1719.
     Elizabeth died on 23 October 1739.

Children of Elizabeth Bagot and Warneford Armstrong

Mary Bagot (Walsh)

      She married Thomas Walsh, esq of Hallaboys, in co. Kildare and died without issue.. Mary Bagot (Walsh) was the daughter of Milo Bagot and Margaret Armstrong.

Milo Bagot

      He was of Newtown, King's county, high sheriff of that shire..
Milo Bagot married Margaret Armstrong, daughter of Edmund Armstrong and Mary Hamilton.

Children of Milo Bagot and Margaret Armstrong

Grace Bagshaw

(circa 1701 - 29 September 1724)
     Grace Bagshaw was born circa 1701 in Hucklow, Derbyshire. Grace was the daughter & heir of William Bagshaw of Hucklow Derbyshire, gent. She was aged 7 in 1708.
"A. Chalmer"of Darnall", excelled himself in describing the obsequies (May 6, I72I) in the " Upper Meeting place at ye very bottom of ye isle," of young Mr. John Bagshawe, of Hucklow Hall. It was a great event among the Nonconformists, for the deceased was grand-nephew to the " Apostle of the Peak"; his grandmother was one of the Brights, of Whirlow, and his step-grandmother the daughter of an ejected minister. His widowed mother had taken, as her second husband, the
; and his sister, who became heiress of the family, was afterwards the wife of Aylmer Riche, of Bullhouse.~ Mr. John Bagshawe was only twenty years of age when he died. Unfortunately Chalmer does not tell us at what house the sumptuous funeral entertainment, which he thus so quaintly and graphically describes, took place:
     " They gave gloves and hatbands . . . Then men served first with a glass of sack on a silver hand salver. The ladies were invited downstairs to dinner, and filled up table with gentlemen afterwards. Other gentlemen were invited to dinner. First, cool tankards, yt a glass of white wine, yt a glass of red. Corps lay in dining room in an extraordinary good coffin, no Paul over him, very good grave clothes, room hung with 58 black clothes, four large sconces with tall candles on each ~side~ ye coffin, and two mourners, one at each end, in black clothes, and mourning hats, and hatbands, and relieved by other two. About 4 o'clock mourners came down out of the chamber over ye hall into withdrawing room, where corps lay, and the minister went out in the room for his band. Then out as follows: Mr Clark, his wife as chief mourner, with his cloak on; Mr Ort on Mrs. Grace (Bagshawe, deceased's sister), Mrs Hayward on Mrs Dun (deceased's mother was a Miss Dunne, of Attercliffe), Mr De la Rose on Mrs Jonat. Clark, Mr Blyth on Mrs Sheffield, on Mrs. Mason. He was carried in a hearse drawn by pair of their own mares first, then follows mourning coach with Mrs Clark, Mrs Dun, Mrs Grace (Bagshawe), and Mrs Sheffield; Mr Clark, and his sister Sarah on horseback, somebody rode in her coach fore-most the corps. Then mourning coach 4 horses, then Sheriff's (Mr. Richard Bagshawe, of Castleton, and The Oaks, Norton) coach, 4 horses, his lady and son in it; Mr Some-body's large coch; Mr Ofmey (of Norton) on horseback. Mr Wadsworth preached a funeral oration for him from the xi. of Heb. last close, 4th verse, ' He being dead yet liveth.' All had gloves and dined. Ordinary sort were in kitchen, and had a separate dinner in low parlour, but good beef and veal and lamb. Gentleman's table there were ham and tongues, piddgeon pies, roast pig, lamb, fowls. Wine there plenty, sack, and, to put into close mourning,* fine kickshawes in the middle of the table; and on Sunday, I Ith May, Mr Blyth preached another funeral sermon for Mr Bagshaw. Text was in Gen. 37th, 30 verse, last clause, 'The child is not, and I, whither shall I go ?' Pulpit and seat gentlewomen and gentlemen mourners."
     The mother of the gentleman thus elaborately interred, Mrs Clark, "my good friend and pious gentlewoman," as Chalmer calls her, died February 3rd, I722-3." She was buried the Thursday following at Upper Meeting place, in a new vault digged on purpose for her on the left hand meeting place as one goes into the south door, i.e., ye door towards Hossopfield (Alsop Fields), her son Mr Bagshaw up and set up in ye same vault.* Bearers of ye pole were Mr. ~Wood, Mr. Trout. At feet ye first Mr De la Rose and Mr. Smith, then Mr Wadsworth and Mr Blythe, at head and last, Mr Heywood and Mr Ash, all Independent and Presbyterian ministers. She was carried in an hearse made by Mr Hall, drawn by their own mares, then their own coach drawn by Mr. Offley's 4 horses, with Mrs Dun, Mrs Sheffield, Mrs Grace Rich, Mrs Mason, and Mrs Sarah Clark, Mr Clarke, as chief mourner in his black cloke, and Mr Rich in his, on horseback. Mr Bagshaw's coach only carried Mr Bagshaw and Mr. Offley. Mr Wadsworth spake at the funeral, 7 Eccle., and last part of Ist verse. Mr Blyth preached afternoon Sunday following, upon Psalm 27, from IO verse to the end. Vault cost £8 I8s, 6d"
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     Grace Bagshaw and Amor Rich obtained a marriage licence on 3 December 1722 in Attercliffe, Sheffield. Amor Rich, aged 21 of Penistone & Grace Bagshaw aged 22 of Penistone for a marriage at Attercliffe Chapel.
Grace Bagshaw married Amor Rich, son of Elkanah Rich and Martha Thorpe, on 4 December 1722 in Attercliffe chapel, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Mr Amor Rich of Bullhouse, in Peniston Parish, and Mrs Grace Bagshaw, of Attercliffe, married Dec 4 1722.
     In "The Bagshawes of Ford," by Mr. William H. G, Bagshawe: Grace Bagshawe was married to Mr. Riche, by Mr Harris, minister of Attercliffe Chapel, December 4, 1722, the constables and churchwardens being present, as Chalmer records, to keep good order.
     Grace died of consumption on 29 September 1724 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was buried on 3 October 1724 in Bullhouse chapel, Thurlstone, Penistone. Here lieth interred the body of Grace the daughter and heiress of Wm Bagshaw of Hucklow Esq. and wife of Aymor Rich Esq. who departed this life September the 30th A.D. 1724 in the 27th year of her age.
The Northowram register states: Mrs Rich, wife of Mr Aymor Rich of Bullhouse, buried October 3, died of a consumption, left a son, had not bin married 2 years.

Child of Grace Bagshaw and Amor Rich

Sarah Bagshaw

( - after 1715)
     Sarah Bagshaw was the daughter of Unknown Bagshaw and Unknown Rich.
     Sarah Bagshaw was mentioned in the will of Jonas Rich dated 20 March 1713/14.
     Sarah died after 1715.

Unknown Bagshaw

     Unknown Bagshaw married Unknown Rich, daughter of Jonas Rich and Sarah Unknown.

Child of Unknown Bagshaw and Unknown Rich

William Bagshaw

     William Bagshaw was mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Hunshelf, Penistone, Yorkshire, with 1 hearth. This link is only a guess.
William Bagshaw married Alice Silvester, daughter of Thomas Silvester and Eleanor or Ellen Unknown (Silvester), in September 1674 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.
     William Bagshaw and Amor Rich mortgaged property on 3 February 1748. William Bagshaw of the Inner Temple, at the direction of Richard Bagshaw, his father, to Aymor Rich of Bullhouse (co. York) and Edward Willmot of Duffield, Hazlehurst Farm, redeemable for £800 to be paid at the house of Aurangzebe Hatfeild of Laughton, co, York.

Eric Percival Bailey

(1913 - )
     Eric Percival Bailey was born in 1913 in Ballarat East, Victoria. He was the son of Percival Richard Bailey and Jessie Robertson.

George Bailey

(circa 1800 - )
     George Bailey was born circa 1800.
George Bailey married Ann Bingham Stanser, daughter of George Stanser and Hannah Bingham, on 25 October 1827 in Sturton le Steeple. George was a butcher.

Children of George Bailey and Ann Bingham Stanser

George Stancer Bailey

(before 30 December 1847 - )
     George Stancer Bailey was born before 30 December 1847 in East Retford RD, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Bailey and Ann Bingham Stanser.

Henry Stanser Bailey

(before 30 June 1894 - )
     Henry Stanser Bailey was born before 30 June 1894 in East Retford RD, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of John Stanser Bailey.

John Stanser Bailey

(June 1862 - )
     John Stanser Bailey's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1862 in East Retford RD, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Bailey and Ann Bingham Stanser.
The marriage of John Stanser Bailey and Ada Johnson was registered in East Retford RD Nottinghamshire in the December 1893 quarter.

Child of John Stanser Bailey

Laurence Bailey

(1917 - )
     Laurence Bailey was born in 1917 in Ballarat East, Victoria. He was the son of Percival Richard Bailey and Jessie Robertson.

Mary Ann Bailey

(23 November 1869 - 27 December 1960)
     Mary Ann Bailey was born on 23 November 1869 in Sebastopol, Victoria.
Mary Ann Bailey married Edward George Bird, son of Alfred Paul Bird and Alethea Cole, on 23 May 1895 in Wesleyan church, Ballarat, Victoria.
     Mary died on 27 December 1960 in Camberwell, Victoria, aged 91.

Children of Mary Ann Bailey and Edward George Bird

Muriel Bailey

(circa 1907 - 1940)
     Muriel Bailey was born circa 1907 in Dalyston, Victoria.
Muriel Bailey married Albert Reginald Wight, son of George Wight and Edith Clara Faulkner, in 1929 in Victoria.
     Muriel died in 1940 in Prahran, Victoria.

Child of Muriel Bailey and Albert Reginald Wight

Percival Richard Bailey

(1886 - 1966)
     Percival Richard Bailey was also known as Richard Percival in records. He was born in 1886 in Ballarat, Victoria.
Percival Richard Bailey married Jessie Robertson, daughter of Gilbert Robertson and Mary Ann Goodlet, in 1911 in Ballarat East, Victoria.
     Percival died in 1966 in Ballarat, Victoria.

Children of Percival Richard Bailey and Jessie Robertson

Robert Bailey

     Robert Bailey married Freida Madelaine Cocksedge, daughter of William Turner and Elsie May Cox.

Agnes Mary Baillie

(1884 - 1937)
     Agnes Mary Baillie was also known as Agnes May in records. She was born in 1884 in Fitzroy, Victoria. Daughter of Frederick William & Bessie Nepa Dyson.
Agnes Mary Baillie married Herbert Francis Jubilee Booker, son of William Booker and Emma Bullett, in 1920 in Victoria.
     Agnes died in 1937 in Prahran, Victoria.

Children of Agnes Mary Baillie and Herbert Francis Jubilee Booker

Margaret Baillie

( - 1510)
     Margaret Baillie married John Sutherland 7th Earl of Sutherland, son of Robert Sutherland 6th Earl of Sutherland and Margaret Stewart, before 1342. She was the elder daughter of Sir William Baillie of Lamington. She was a famous beauty.
     Margaret died in 1510.

Child of Margaret Baillie and John Sutherland 7th Earl of Sutherland

Francis Bain als MacPherson (of Tombreck)

(circa 1715 - )
      Probably the Francis McPherson who leased Achlichnie in 1736, a subtenant
"Rentall of the lands of Tomachlaggan, Elick,Glenconglass & others belonging in
wodsett to Col. John Grant of Carron with the Lordship of Strathavon given up by
the tennents & possessor thereof after named ... Achlichny ... Francis Mcpherson
thre subtennent to the sd Pat Grant depones he possesses half anoxgate land &
pays five pund & a reek hen. And this is truth as he shall answr to God. And
depones he cannot write. rent £5.0.0

1748(+?) Kirktown Mr George Grant.. tenant Franics McPherson £10.0.0 - 2
poultry, 3 days service of 1 man, 2 days leading peats wt 2 horses.

[Lordship of Strathavon]
. Francis Bain als MacPherson (of Tombreck) was born circa 1715 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. He was the son of unlinked early MacPherson.
Francis Bain als MacPherson (of Tombreck) married Isobel Fraser on 5 July 1744 in Kirkmichael, BAN, SCT.

Alexander Bain

     Alexander Bain married Christina Simpson.

Child of Alexander Bain and Christina Simpson

Anna Bain

(before 1741 - )
     Anna Bain was born before 1741 in Kilmuir Easter, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
Anna Bain married William Reach.

Child of Anna Bain and William Reach

Anne Bain

( - 26 November 1780)
     Anne Bain married Sir Archibald Dunbar 4th Bart of Northfield (de jure) as his second wife, in 1750.
     Anne died on 26 November 1780.

Children of Anne Bain and Sir Archibald Dunbar 4th Bart of Northfield (de jure)