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Samuel BAYLES, Sr.
Husband:  Samuel BAYLES, Sr.
Birth:  11 Apr 1751, Middlesex Co., NJ
Birth:  11 Apr 1751, Kingston, Somerset Co., NJ
Death:  14 Aug 1825, Jonesborough, Washington Co., TN
Father:  Daniel BAYLESS
Mother:  Johanna LAKES
Marriage-1:  16 Jan 1774, Loudon Co., VA
Wife-1:  Mary NODDING
Birth:  ca. 1753
Death:  10 Aug 1810, Washington Co., TN 
Father:  William NODDING
Mother:  Mary [BREWSTER?]
Marriage-2:  Dec 1810, Greene Co., TN
Wife-2:  Susannah HAWKINS
Wife-3:  Susannah BALTZELL
Children with Mary NODDING:
born Loudon Co., VA:
  1.  Daniel BAYLESS [twin], b. 3 Nov 1774; apparently died bef. 18 Apr 1777
  2.  William BAYLESS [twin], b. 3 Nov 1774; m. 10 Oct 1797, Washington Co., TN, Catherine HAIRE

born Washington Co., TN:
  3.  Daniel Lucas BAYLESS, b. 18 Apr 1777; m1. 5 Mar 1803, Washington Co., TN, Mary IRELAND; m2. Mary BURROUGHS
  4.  Mary "Polly" BAYLESS, b. 24 Aug 1778; d. bef. 5 Aug 1825, Washington Co., TN; m. 30/1 Mar 1797, Washington Co., TN, Solomon BROWN
  5.  John BAYLESS, b. 13 Dec 1780; d. 2 May 1862, Greene Co., TN; m. 1802, Sarah HAWKINS
  6.  Samuel BAYLESS, Jr., b. 17 Nov 1782; m1. 29 Feb 1810, Sarah HAMPTON; m2. Mary HARRIS
  7.  Hannah BAYLESS, b. 7 Sep 1784; d. 30 Jun 1859, Washington Co., TN; m. 20 Apr 1827, Washington Co., TN, Isaac HOSS
  8.  Phoebe BAYLESS, b. 13 Dec 1788; m. 2 May 1816, William WHITE
  9.  Martena BAYLESS, b. 1 Dec 1791; d. 23 Jul 1852, Monroe Co., TN; m. 1 Sep 1811, Washington Co., TN, Thomas HUNT
10.  Hezekiah BAYLESS, b. 23 Jan 1793; m. 23 Dec 1811, Washington Co., TN, Mary FINCH
11.  Alexander BAYLESS [twin], b. 27 Dec 1794
12.  Alice BAYLESS [twin], b. 27 Dec 1794; m. John M. TABOR
13.  Reuben BAYLESS, b. aft. 1794; m. 10 Dec 1827, Washington Co., TN, Elizabeth MOORE

Children with Susannah HAWKINS:
Children with Susannah BALTZELL:
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1.  Family Group Sheets prepared by Betty Ann (Matthiesen) Cogliati and her grandmother, Maude Irene (Thompson) Rose.

2.  Philip Roger McCray.  1993.  McCrays of America.  2nd ed.  Heritage Books, Bowie, MD.

3.  Goldene Fillers Burgner.  1983/1992.  Washington County Tennessee Wills, 1777-1872.  Southern Historical Press, Greenville, SC.
SAMUEL BAYLES     August 5, 1825
To wife, Susannah, ½ land (220 acres) to include house and barn, small pot, large oven and skillet.  To son William - surveying instruments.  To son Daniel - price of a cow he owes me for.  Children of my daughter Polly Brown, decd. - 150 Acres where Samuel Brown and John Helibe? now live.  Samuel to pay his brothers, Hezekiah and Henderson $94, and sisters Elizabeth Brown, Polly Rice, Matilda Slyger, Hannah Brown, Martena Brown.  To Reuben Brown.  To Reese Brown.  To John Bayles - oldest note he owes me.  To daughter Hannah Hoss - land adjoining John Lamons and David Lamons (200 Acres) out of which is to come 1¼ Acres for Meeting House and Burying Grounds.  My son Reuben Bayles, the youngest. Daughters Phebe White, Martena Hunts, Alice Tabor.  Executors: John and Reuben Bayles.  Wit.: Henry McCray, William Thompson, John McCrary.  Proven October Sessions, 1825.  Signed: Samuel Bayles.
I cannot reconcile his will to the list of children in the LDS Ancestral File.  This needs more work.

4.  LDS.  Ancestral File (online).

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