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Re: John Follansbee and Judith Bailey
Posted by: Linda Hatcher (ID *****0152) Date: January 12, 2009 at 14:25:32
In Reply to: Re: John Follansbee and Judith Bailey by Susan Follansbee of 182

Hi Susan, Thanks for the great information. My line goes through Lucy Demond Follansbee who married Luther Rogers Chase. Their daughter Elizabeth married William Henry Bayley (not spelled Bailey) and then on down to my mother who was a Bayley. I can send you the specifics. William Henry Bayley goes back to "Old John" Bailey - I'm sure Judith's line goes there also and with the information you provided, I may be able to trace it. I also have a line going from Thomas and Sarah (Immigrants) through their daughter Rebecca who married Thomas Chase (G.G. Grandfather of Luther R. Chase mentioned above. So my Follansbee lines go through both Lucy AND Luther Chase.

If you have time sometime to get pictures of the graves, I would love to have them. I've been up to Newburyport several times (I have many ancestors from Newburyport, Newbury, West Newbury and surrounding areas.) Can you tell me the name of the cemetery where they are buried? Next time I get up there, I'd love to visit it.

Thanks so much for the information. I'll get information together for both my Follansbee lines and get it to you. Would you prefer that I post it here or send it to your e-mail? Linda (home:

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