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Baily/Bailey/Lopers of Greenup County Kentucky
Posted by: Lisa Bailey (ID *****1626) Date: September 25, 2007 at 12:45:25
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I am looking for any information on the Bailey's in Greenup Kentucky. The information I have been able to find so far is two brothers Joseph Bailey and Thomas Jefferson Bailey born approx 1822. Their parents were supposedly killed by an indian attack and Thomas Jefferson was adopted by the Loper family and changed his last name to Loper.

Joseph Bailey b approx 1822 in KY married Cassandra "Cassa" PAXTON b: 1831 in VA.

Their Children are:

Wallace BAILEY b: 1856 in Kentucky
Alfred BAILEY b: 1847
Jane BAILEY b: 1853
Melcena BAILEY b: 1855
George BAILEY b: 1864
Champion BAILEY b: 1866
William BAILEY b: 1868

Joseph's brother Thomas Jefferson (Bailey) Loper
Married Lutetia PAXTON b: December 1823 in Virginia
Married: 12/24/1843 in Greenup County Kentucky

John C LOPER b: 6/7/1846 in Greenup Co Kentucky
James R LOPER b: 1845 in Greenup Co Kentucky
William James Vincent LOPER b: 6/21/1848 in Greenup Co Kentucky
Alfred Enoch LOPER b: 1/21/1853 in Greenup County Kentucky
Lucy A LOPER b: 11/2/1858 in Greenup Co Kentucky
Matilda J. BAILEY b: 1856

any information on their parents would be greatly appreciated

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