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Bailey or Whiteford Bailey.
Researching Lydia Whiteford Bailey / (Whitefoorde or Whiteforde? etc)
Lydia died at Tunbridge Wells Kent in 1836 and is buried in the graveyard of the Parish Church of St Michael, Horton, Bucks, with her infant daughter Adelaide Gardiner Laing. She was married to one John Laing esq who was also buried in the same plot in 1869. Married at Horton 6th January 1827, Lydia was baptised at Horton in 1808, father's name given as William Bailey and mother Mary. We would like to know what their connection to Horton was and where Lydia's family came from. Her father's name is given elsewhere as Captain W Bailey, but not known if Army or Navy. He had died prior to 1827 as consent to the marriage was given by her mother and only guardian Mary Bailey, Widow. (This is Horton just to the west of Heathrow airport near Colnbrook, now in Berkshire) Any information gratefully received. See also 'Laing' enquiry and Gosset, Gardiner etc.


Posted Revised Dec 2016
Horton, Buckinghamshire

 



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