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Brian Schwab Brian Schwab
May 20 @ 10:10pm
A very grainy photo of my second great grandfather George William Bailey (d bef 1880). He was the son of Israel S. Bailey (1814-1870) and Mary E. Krieger (b. 1822).
Pete Bailey Pete Bailey
April 7, 2016 @ 12:14pm
This is a picture of my Great Grandfather William Charles Bailey. He was born at Luther's Mills, PA in 1886 according to this picture, although his death certificate says he was born in Burlington, PA.
Brian Schwab
May 20 @ 10:02pm
Hi Pete, Luther's Mills is located in Bradford County, PA. Burlington is an unincorporated township just west of Luther's Mills.
Brian Schwab Brian Schwab has a question!
March 22 @ 8:15pm
My kit # is 287330. I am looking for information on Israel Samuel Bailey (26 Jun 1814-12 Mar 1870). I know he was born in Pennsylvania, but I do not know where. He married Mary Kreiger and lived in the Bedford and Huntington Country areas of PA. Their son, George William Bailey was born around 1845 and he died sometime before 1880. Any information that anyone could provide would be appreciated.
March 31, 2016 @ 5:07pm
Hi was wondering why you have two separate groups for J-M172 Bailey's ??? they have the same markers ... And my kits should be in J2. Not just J..
Darren Bailey
April 1, 2016 @ 6:49am
Sorry to confuse you John, I am posting from my brothers profile D Bailey. Darren is deceased. He passed away January this year from cancer. So I post under my own and Darren's profile..
Jonathan Bailey
April 1, 2016 @ 8:00am
Hello Sandra, Jonathan Bailey here, John's father, I have just joined. To clarify, my Y-DNA is J2 according to Genebase analysis of 2007. I understand that M172 is the marker that is shared by all J2s, but I am no expert! Best wishes, Jonathan
April 1, 2016 @ 6:34pm
Hi Jonathan, I am just learning about about M172, but there is a great possibility that we are related not only by surname, but haplogroup also. I look forward to your results with FTDNA .
Robert Bailey
August 31 @ 6:21pm
Hi All. I'm getting serious about using Y-DNA (67 currently) to break through my Bailey brick wall. I am also J-M172, which is not common in western or northern Europe (It's from around the Caucasus region of West Asia). So, I may very well be related to other J-M172 Bailey's. My brick wall is that I know my ancestor Thomas Bailey was born in North Carolina in or a few years after 1790. I have no idea what county. It is possible that his father was also named Thomas (according to a not-to-reliable account of published family history.) What I do know is that he moved to south east Tennessee and bought land in Marion county about 1824, close to Chattanooga. That's where his history picks up. He was married to a Nancy Bennett, said from southern Georgia. They had quite a few children, boys and girls, and I have some info on some of them. According the the history he died in 1864. I have looked (traditional genealogy) up all the Bailey families in NC that I can find online, but haven't been able to identify a good candidate. That's why I am looking for a Y match. Bob Bailey
Ian Bailey Ian Bailey has a question!
January 13, 2019 @ 7:42pm
How do I share my Y-DNA67 results so that it is listed on the chart?
Ian Bailey
January 22, 2019 @ 9:09pm
If by chart you mean the Bailey Project DNA Results, in the header bar click myProjects\Join a Project and select Bailey to send a request to join. That done, add your earliest ancestor details: on your Homepage\Manage Projects and select Bailey (it may take a day or two for the project administrator to accept your request). On the Genealogy header select Earliest Known Ancestors and complete the Direct Paternal Ancestor fields. Thanks for wanting to share your details.
Lori Bailey Lori Bailey
March 26, 2015 @ 12:29pm
Is there anyone in the Asa Bailey line? He was born in S.C. abt 1797 and Died (we think) in Alabama.
Burley "Glenn" Bailey
August 8, 2017 @ 9:51pm
My 3rd great grandfather was John bailey born in south Carolina about 1814 moved to Alabama by 1850 census. Then the family moved to Arkansas by the 1860 census
Jayne Holland
January 11, 2019 @ 5:26pm
Glenn, I think that is also my family line. Also from Alabama.
Barbara Ribling Barbara Ribling has a question!
August 28, 2017 @ 2:15pm
I want to buy Gift tests for family members but I cannot find any way to do this or to get Help. When I try to buy these additional test I am not allowed to do so because I have already been tested. This is the third sale that I have tried to purchase Gifts from and no luck doing so and I can find no option to purchase Gifts. Any info on how to do this would be appreciated. Thanks!
Jayne Holland
January 11, 2019 @ 5:25pm
I had no problem buying 3 DNA tests for my relatives and husband.
Ian Bailey Ian Bailey
January 1, 2019 @ 12:18pm
My great, great grand father, John W Bailey had 12 children. My great, great, great grandfather, John Bailey had 8 children. John was born in 1786 in Charlotte County, Virginia and died in 1829 in Campbell County Virginia. John W was born in 1814 in Mt Zion, Virginia and died before 1874 probably in Campbell county Virginia. I am hoping to find relatives of those descendants and beyond. I think John's father was William Bailey. For those who are interested, my kit number is MK50651. I am awaiting the Y67 results and have upgraded to the Big Y. According to Living DNA, my Haplogroup is R-L21 and my subclade is R-DF13, which is down stream of R-M269. If you think we might be related, you can check out my family tree. Hopefully I'll get some matches when my results come in.
Steven Bailey
January 1, 2019 @ 4:04pm
I am interested in Baileys from Virginia but when I clicked on your tree I was not "authorized to view this family tree".
Ian Bailey
January 1, 2019 @ 4:43pm
I just changed my settings. I can't see yours either.
James Bailey James Bailey
December 21, 2018 @ 10:00am
I am James Julian bailey in Charleston sc. my great grandfather was Hilliard John Bailey 1858- 1933 buried in live oak cemetery in Walterboro sc - I understand the dna stuff less than I understand my laptop but am willing to talk on phone 843-364-8824
Don Bailey
December 22, 2018 @ 2:02pm
Wow! My grandson is James Julian Bailey also. I was so surprised to see your complete name. His Bailey's are from Hart Co, GA and Anderson Co, SC. However, the y-DNA tests yield a surname probability of Hudgins/Hudgens. I haven't worked on that line in a few years, but I will start back on it in 2019. Anna Dattalo
August 29, 2017 @ 3:07pm
Nathan Hilliard BAILEY 1880–1950 BIRTH 29 JUL 1880 • Alabama DEATH 10 APR 1950 • Forney, Kaufman County, Texas, USA maternal grandfather Wife - Lou Ella Wilson Father - George Bailey Mother - Martha Susan Harlan Trying to a find a direct male line that has done their Y DNA
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Roy Bryant
July 22, 2018 @ 9:33pm
Tammy - I am a paternal Bailey and of this line - have YDNA to 111 marker - it is listed as Allen Bailey under E1b on this page - also sent you a message on Ancestry
John Bailey
September 17, 2018 @ 2:22pm
Now I am intrigued, Tammy and Roy. I have been waiting to hear about the Hilliard Bailey line, and we have had Bryant DNA matches for years.
Michael Bailey*adm Susan
October 13, 2018 @ 12:58pm
Tammy, We are direct line Bailey's, I handle my brother's Kit and mine (Susan). He's tested at y-111 and has matched Bailey, Baily, Bayley, and also Bailie's in Ireland. Our Direct Line were in Alabama also.
James Bailey
December 21, 2018 @ 10:07am
Captain Joesph Bailey landed in Charleston in late 1600s And family descendants had several plantations on Edisto Island sc until civil war