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1 !Marriage recorded in Kingswood parish records Elizabeth
 
2 See Vaggs Lane Lease dated 1702 in Notes for husband Richard Stay Arnewood Elizabeth Holley
 
3 !Name and Death date from markers inside St. Mary's Church at Kingswood age 69 years Emma
 
4 !Wife of Johnathan Vick -46 she was second wife and mother of Mary -71 wife of James Lacy -70.
Note: Johnathan Vick -46 was a brother to Judith Vick -34 who married John Worlock -33, father of Anna Worlock-32 wife of William Pearce. 
Joan
 
5 !Martha is listed as wife of Joseph Pearce CFI Wiltshire (Pearce) Batch 7223114, 55-44 Martha
 
6 !Wife and her death from markers inside St. Mary's Church at Kingswood listed death at age 69 years Mary
 
7 See Vaggs Lane Lease dated 1702 Samuel Holley, of Arnewood, Weaver
 
8 !Sophia named wife of Ambrose Pearce in Kingswood parish records Sophia
 
9 !Marriage to Rebecca Stay recorded in Salt Lake Temple Records

Hordle Register recorded marriage of William Adams age 39 and Rebecca Stay age 38 on 13 April 1875 at Hordle. 
William ADAMS, Gunsmith
 
10
!Marriage
Richard Stay of Hordle and Ann Aldredge of Milford by me
Bolton Simpson Oct. 24 1774

!Death recorded at Hordle:
Ann Stay age 72 (Downton Common) age 72 20 Jul 1820

This death record would put her birth to be 1748

We have searched all of the Aldredge records in the Hordle, Milford and Milton parishes and have not been able to locate the partents of Ann. There are two Aldridge families having children in Milford in 1748 either could be the family of Ann:

1. Thomas and Jane of Milford - Thomas was the son of Thomas died 1760 and Jane listed as died in 1762

Children
1739 Sarah Aldridge
1741 Jan 31 Elizabeth Aldridge
1744 Mar 10 Thomas Aldridge
1749 Feb 10 William Aldridge

2. Richard Aldridge and Susanna Brooks married Oct 19 1740 at Milford Richard died Oct 2 1763

Children

1745 Mar 23 Mathew Aldridge
1747 Betty Aldridge
1750 Dec 26 Mary Aldridge
1754 Dec 28 Judeth Aldridge

In all likelyhood, Ann was born into one of the above two families,

Children
1739 Sarah Aldridge
1741 Jan 31 Elizabeth Aldridge
1744 Mar 10 Thomas Aldridge
1749 Feb 10 William Aldridge

In all likelyhood, Ann was born into one of the above two families, 
Ann ALDREDGE
 
11 1870 CENSUS UTAH SALT LAKE COUNTY

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year

BAILEY GEORGE 27 M W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860 MASTER CARPENTER & JOINER
BAILEY ELIZABETH 27 F W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY JOSEPH H. 5 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY ELLEN M. 3 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY GEORGE S 1 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860}
BAILEY ELIZABETH D 1 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860} TWINS 
Elizabeth Davis BAILEY
 
12 Spanish Fork Utah U.S. Census 1860

REED ARTHUR 62 M W Millwright N. Hampshire
REED Elizabeth 37 F W Halifax Nova Sc.
REED ARTHUR 2 M W Utah
REED Julia Ann 2 Months Utah
BAILEY ANN 60 F W Prince Edward Island Canada
REED Reuben L 21 M Farmer England
Wm I Lambert 13 M England

Milo Andrus Company (1855)

Narrative:
This was the last of the Perpetual Emigration Fund companies for 1855. Milo Andrus received the assignment to captain the train the night before the party was to leave Mormon Grove (just outside Atchison, Kansas Territory) and had just 12 hours to get himself ready. Two things made this last-minute appointment necessary: the season was very late and no one else with plains experience was available. Thus Andrus and his two assistants had an enormous responsibility. The company had few oxen, and many of these were small and unbroken, so they had to be trained en route. Part of the company left Mormon Grove on August 1; the rest left on the 3rd. Inexperienced drivers had to shuttle some wagons forward, then return with the teams to bring up others. One emigrant recalled that early on it took four men to drive one yoke of oxen. There were 461 individuals in the company when it set out. No sooner had the company left Mormon Grove than the U. S. Marshall for Kansas Territory arrived with an order to attach the train for debts attributed to Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, and Jedediah M. Grant (at that time the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). Captain Andrus convinced the marshall that the train belonged not to the First Presidency, but to the Perpetual Emigration Fund Company. The lawman then tried to take Andrus back to Atchison to "get sufficient good security from amongst the Citizens there to secure the debt & cost," but the Captain refused to leave his train. At this critical moment, the marshall "was taken with the bellyache and wanted a little brandy," which Captain Andrus quickly supplied. He then fed the marshall supper and drove him in a buggy to his lodgings. Nevertheless, the marshall ordered Andrus and three other brethren to appear at the October 3rd term of the U.S. court in Leavenworth, and when he got back to Mormon Grove, he attached four or five Mormon-owned wagons, "a few lame cattle," and some calves. The Andrus train overtook Captain Allred's emigrant company on Big Grasshopper Creek; later, both parties camped on Walnut Creek. Tired of leapfrogging his wagons, Captain Andrus decided to leave a Perpetual Emigration Company thrashing machine in the care of a local farmer (Captain Allred left five wagons with this same man at that time). Andrus now set a pace that was "as hurried as he could urge, push, and cajole, the group over the plains, up and down the mountains, through the canyons, across the rivers, and through the miles of the thick dust of the trails." At some point, the train encountered a large herd of buffalo that "ran across our train, while in motion, and knocked down and [bore] off the horn of one of the oxen." The Indians that the train met were friendly. At Big Blue River the train used the ferry because the river was running high. Near there the party camped just a few rods west of Captain Harper's company. It was here that Andrus "nailed our colors to the top of the mast." From Little Blue River, the Captain wrote: "Two wagon axles, one wheel, and several tongues broke which has caused us some delay; but notwithstanding . . . I . . . am doing all in my power to push on this camp . . . as I am deeply anxious for their welfare." Two elderly emigrants had died. The train followed the Platte River and must have crossed the South Platte. It stopped at Ash Hollow, where Andrus learned that General William S. Harney and about 700 soldiers had "found a party of the Sioux Indians about eight miles from Ash Hollow and a battle had ensued on the 3rd of October. The General sent over word to Andrus on the 5th keep an advanced guard stating at the same time that the best information that they could get was that they had killed one hundred and twenty Indians, taken about fifty-eight prisoners, mostly women; had four soldiers killed and five wounded. He stated, also, they were going to lay out a fort a small distance below Ash Hollow after which they calculated to proceed to Fort Laramie, and from thence to wherever they could find any of the Sioux Nation." "A few miles from where they were encamped there were about forty Indians that were in the battle near Ash Hollow. Nothing came of this. The company passed Court House Rock, Chimney Rock, and Scotts Bluff. By September 13 the company was 12 miles below Fort Laramie. It then passed Laramie Peak, Independence Rock, and Devil's Gate. At the latter place, on September 28, the emigrants met brethren from the Salt Lake Valley. On October 4 the train crossed Devil's Backbone, "a most awful mounting [sic] of stone." That night "came on a dredfull [sic] storm of snow." On the 6th the train crossed South Pass. Near Chimney Rock 20 oxen and 2 cows died "from something the[y] had eat or drank [sic]." Upon reaching the Sweetwater River many more cattle died. There was little feed for the animals; in all, the Andrus train "lost 11 animals above 50%." At the fifth crossing of the Sweetwater it snowed three inches. The train crossed the Green River on October 11 and arrived at Fort Bridger four days later. From the fort, Captain Andrus sent word to Salt Lake that he needed fresh animals and that "many of the men, women and children were almost barefoot and very destitute of clothing." By the time the train reached the Weber River, the emigrants were running out of provisions. They crossed Big Mountain and Little Mountain. A delegation of dignitaries from Salt Lake met them at the mouth of Emigration Canyon. Here the emigrants formed a circle around the welcoming party and "sang a piece of poetry composed for the occasion": "Come Zion's sons and daughters, Who seek this blest abode, That over plains and waters Have come to serve our God; Our gratitude demanding, Let praise to Him abound, That we are favored, standing On consecrated ground. Oh! This we've long expected, For this we've prayed and sighed, Like Israel's sons neglected, By Babel's limpid tide; And now befo . . . When on the way to Zion, And every heart was hope, The means we'd to rely on Was fastly closing up; But as the darken'd shadows Declared a brighter sun, We felt a power to glad us, Th' Apostles would make known. Tho' elements did battle, As late the season pass'd, And weakly seemed our cattle, We're in the "hive" at last: No power should withstand us, Declared Erastus Snow; And Captain Milo Andrus Thank God, has brought us thro'. We come not here for pleasures That carnal minds can prize, Nor seek aurif'rous treasures Of th' West to aggrandize; We come with spirits fervent To fully serve the Lord; To hear His holy servant, And live by every word. And as the arms of Moses Required bearing up, So every soul proposes To be our Brigham's prop: Tho' late and last our carriage Across the mountains' brow, We hope, like Jesus' marriage, There's best wine even now." The Andrus train, with "upwards of 50 wagons," arrived in Salt Lake City October 24th. Because of the lateness of the season, Captain Andrus had pushed his people hard. Undoubtedly, this is why one of the travelers described him as "a terrible bully and tyrant." However, another emigrant wrote, "It was not an altogether unpleasant trip." For his part, Captain Andrus had been ill during much of the journey. He said that leading this 1855 train was "one of the hardest burthens that I have been called to bear in the midst of Israel during my sojourn in mortality" this from a man who had been with Zion's Camp, who had been in Nauvoo at the time of the Martyrdom, who had "helped watch the city by night, and worked on the temple by day," who had gone to Carthage at the time of the indictment of the murderers of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, who had experienced the persecutions leading up to the abandonment of Nauvoo, and who had participated in the Latter-day Saint exodus westward, a man who, himself, had led several other emigrant companies. 
Elizabeth Sophia BAILEY
 
13 Spanish Fork Utah U.S. Census 1860

REED ARTHUR 62 M W Millwright N. Hampshire
REED Elizabeth 37 F W Halifax Nova Sc.
REED ARTHUR 2 M W Utah
REED Julia Ann 2 Months Utah
BAILEY ANN 60 F W Prince Edward Island Canada
REED Reuben L 21 M Farmer England
Wm I Lambert 13 M England Son, should be Lamborne Came with Grandmother Ann Smith Bailey across the planes from England


Warren S. Snow Company (1864)

Departure: 13-17 August 1864 Arrival in Salt Lake Valley: 2 November 1864 Company Information: About 400 individuals were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Wyoming, Nebraska (the west bank of the Missouri River about 40 miles south of Omaha) 
Ellen Jane BAILEY
 
14 1870 CENSUS UTAH SALT LAKE COUNTY

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year

BAILEY GEORGE 27 M W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860 MASTER CARPENTER & JOINER
BAILEY ELIZABETH 27 F W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY JOSEPH H. 5 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY ELLEN M. 3 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY GEORGE S 1 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860}
BAILEY ELIZABETH D 1 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860} TWINS 
Ellen Maria BAILEY
 
15 1870 CENSUS UTAH SALT LAKE COUNTY

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
BAILEY GEORGE 27 M W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860 MASTER CARPENTER & JOINER
BAILEY ELIZABETH 27 F W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY JOSEPH H. 5 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY ELLEN M. 3 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY GEORGE S 1 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860}
BAILEY ELIZABETH D 1 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860} TWINS 
George Brown BAILEY
 
16 1870 CENSUS UTAH SALT LAKE COUNTY

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year

BAILEY GEORGE 27 M W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860 MASTER CARPENTER & JOINER
BAILEY ELIZABETH 27 F W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY JOSEPH H. 5 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY ELLEN M. 3 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY GEORGE S 1 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860}
BAILEY ELIZABETH D 1 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860} TWINS 
George Smith BAILEY
 
17 1870 CENSUS UTAH SALT LAKE COUNTY

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year

BAILEY GEORGE 27 M W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860 MASTER CARPENTER & JOINER
BAILEY ELIZABETH 27 F W ENGL UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY JOSEPH H. 5 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY ELLEN M. 3 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860
BAILEY GEORGE S 1 M W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860}
BAILEY ELIZABETH D 1 F W UTAH UT SALT LAKE SALT LAKE 1860} TWINS 
Joseph Hyrum BAILEY
 
18 Need to verify the parents of Penelope. We don't know who put this information in the Anc. File in Salt Lake

This is all new information to the Bailey family.



Need to verify the parents of Penelope. We don't know who put this information in the Anc. File in Salt Lake

This is all new information to the Bailey family.

Need to verify the parents of Penelope. We don't know who put this information in the Anc. File in Salt Lake

This is all new information to the Bailey family.



Need to verify the parents of Penelope. We don't know who put this information in the Anc. File in Salt Lake

This is all new information to the Bailey family. 
Penelope BAILEY
 
19 Batch #: 5014097, Sheet #: 52, Source Call #: 1553588 BETTY BATH
 
20 Batch #: 5014097, Sheet #: 52, Source Call #: 1553588 EPHRAIM BATH
 
21 Batch #: 8971502, Sheet #: 02, Source Call #: 1553443 Hannah or Anna BATH
 
22 Batch #: 5014097, Sheet #: 52, Source Call #: 1553588
Batch #: 5014097, Sheet #: 52, Source Call #: 1553588 
JOHN BATH
 
23 Batch #: 5014097, Sheet #: 52, Source Call #: 1553588 Lydia BATH
 
24 Batch #: 1761080, Source Call #:
We don't know who his father we assume he was illig. 
William (ill) BATH
 
25 Katherine or Catherine was listed as being married to Richard Stoy in Brockenhurst from the House of Lords records of recusants.

The Brockenhurst parish records lists Richard Stay maried to Catherine Batles or ButlerAug. 4 1641 So her name could be either Batles or Butler or Burton. Need to verify this data.

We also have a marriage from the IGI marriage 6 Oct. 1641 see film 537948, 537920, 538008

See information about the Recusants in theWWW.Stayfamily.com web site for details. 
Katherine or Catherine BATLES OR BURTON
 
26 !Jane is the first wife of Charles.

!First wife of Charles Stay-13 as noted in 1851 census

Source of birth and death from Harry Stay records. 
Jane BRENTON
 
27 source: Letter from GBB to William Young
Check in Camerton, Somerset records to determine who Samuel Carter b. 1800 is related to.
Elizabeth Young Records shows bapt. as 23 Oct 1870 and Endowment as 28 Aug 1888. 
Elizabeth(Betty) CARTER
 
28 Letter from Geroge Brown Bailey states that Zacriah and relatives are in Keynsom Zacriah CARTER
 
29 Israel Mussen and Mary Cross married 16 June 1771
Canford Magna marriage records Dorset County Record Office The IGI for Dorset has provided a possible marriage for Isreal Mussen's Parents: 
Mary CROSS
 
30 Correspondence of Bessie Shields, Cardston, Alberta With county recored office of Somerset England Sarah CUFF(E)
 
31 !Researcher Notes: "A search was made into the probate indexes for a will to identify Judith Cupman's parents but nothing of any substance was located. the IGI for Gloucestershire was also consulted in the hope that Judith Cupman's baptism would be located but again the record was silent." Judith CUPMAN
 
32 Abraham O. Smoot Company (1852)


Departure: 1 June 1852 Arrival in Salt Lake Valley: 3 September 1852 Company Information: About 250 individuals and 33 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from Kansas City, Missouri. This is the first company to cross by Perpetual Emigration Fund. 
Anna Or Hannah DAVIS
 
33 !Mary Dean is likely the second wife of Richard Stay (2) Mary DEAN
 
34 Wendell Samuelson died about 10 years ago.

His widow Edna lives at 4588 Monte Grande Ct
Salt Lake City 84123

Phone 266-1355 
Edna Janet DOWDLE
 
35 !Married Jonathan Vick 1 Feb 1746 Kingswood
Jonathan had two other wives Joan and Mary?
Death GS #425449
Margary wife of Jonathan Vick buried 4 Feb 1748 
Margary EASTMEAD
 
36 !Marriage identified by Catherine Woodbury Stay Green from Request for index file information 1967. This individual is also recorded as James Eagle. Sarah Jane Stay Powell gave his name as John Edgell when his wife Mary was sealed on 19 Jan 1894. We should therefore accept the name of Edgell as best spelling.
Death is recorded on a family group sheet of Alice Bailey Stay.

Last name also could be Engel.

Charles born July 13, 1834 Christchurch John and Mary Edgele (Stay, mothers maiden name Film #595452
Note the spelling of Mary Edgele need to check that spelling 
John EDGELL
 
37 !Source of name and marriage from temple index file information sheet request by Catherine Woodbury Stay Green 1967

!Source of name and marriage from temple index file information sheet request by Catherine Woodbury Stay Green 1967


ROBERT GRANDY Compact Disc #62 Pin #769353
Sex: M

Need to check Robert Grandy rather than Gandy

Born: Abt 1800
Born: About 1806 Stratton, , Hampshire, England Christening: Marriage: Death: 21 SEP 1870 
Robert GANDY
 
38 !Source: records of Alice B. Stay Nancy HALE
 
39 !Note: It now appears that Hannah Hampton was the first wife of Richard Stay (2) his second wife after Hannah's deaty was Mary Dean

!Source: Hordle parish records 
Hannah HAMPTON
 
40 !Source of death - on marker graveyard Kingswood Wilts." "and his wife Martha who departed this life Sept 29 AD 1706 aged 53 years." GS 942.41 V.26 1786 Martha HATHAWAY
 
41 !Marriage from Catherine Woodbury Stay Green in temple index file information sheet 1967

!Marriage from Catherine Woodbury Stay Green in temple index file information sheet 1967 
James HOAR
 
42 Samuel is listed as the father of Elizabeth Holley as a Weaver of Arnewood at the date of the lease i.e. 1702 We would assume Samuel to be at least about 40 years old when his daughter Elizabeth was of mariagable age. Thus he would have been born about or before 1662.

See Vaggs Lane lease as source 
Samuel HOLLEY, Weaver of Arnewood
 
43 !From family group sheet recores of Alice Bailey Stay Hannah KITTRELL
 
44 !Lacey also spelled as Lacy
Temple Index Bureau recorded Mary Lacey's parents as James and Mary Lacey Her baptism was located at Wooton-under-Edge as follows:
Mary dau of James and Mary Lacey bapt 28 July 1790 Geography - Wooton-under-Edge, Wooton-uner-Edge is located about 20 miles due south of Gloucester. Kingswood "Wilts" is located about 3 or 4 miles south of Wooton-under-Edge.
Two other children born to James and Mary Lacey were located in Wooton- under-Edge. However a span of nine years appeared between them suggesting that the couple may have had children in another parish.
Marriage -
James' marriage was located in Wooton-uner-Edge:
James Lacey of Wooton-under-Edge and Mary Vicks single by licence.
942.41 V25 p Vol 9 Kingswood Gltshr. Eng. Parish Reg. (Phillimore's
Marriages)
Apparently, James was widowed several years later and remarried in 1791:
James Lacey W. and Margaret Reynolds s. married 20 June 1791 
James LACEY
 
45 !TIB Mary Lacy born abt 1793 Kingswood, Wilts Eng., died 7 Sept 1873 in St. Louis. Temple work (Bapt 22 Nov 1887 End. 24 Nov 1887)

!This child lived short time and the family later aparently had another daughter named Mary bapt 28 July 1790

1870 Census St. Louis Mo.
Stay Joseph 48 m W Gardner England
Sarah 45 f w Keeping House England
Joseph 19 m w Gardner England
Charlotta 17 f w At house England
Louisa 13 f w At School Missouri
Rebeca 8 f w At School Missouri
*Feande, Mary 91 f w England

Feande = Mary Lacey Pearce age 91
Sarah's mother Mary Lacey Pearce may have remaired.
At age 91 Her birth would be about 1789.
Sarah's mother was Mary Lacey Pearce born 7 Sept 1790, her
Death is listed as 7 Sep. 1873 in St. Louis. or 83 years so the census age is incorect 
Mary LACEY
 
46 !From family recores of Alice Bailey Stay
Marriage also from this source.
Birth Bitton Gltshr 
James Sr. LACY
 
47 Spanish Fork Utah U.S. Census 1860

REED ARTHUR 62 M W Millwright N. Hampshire
REED Elizabeth 37 F W Halifax Nova Sc.
REED ARTHUR 2 M W Utah
REED Julia Ann 2 Months Utah
BAILEY ANN 60 F W Prince Edward Island Canada
REED Reuben L 21 M Farmer England
Wm I Lambert 13 M England 
John LAMBORNE
 
48 !This child is documented on parents grave marker no other information has yet been located. Alice LEWIS
 
49 !Marriage -
Ambr Lewis and Martha Hathaway married 1677 at Gloucester
GS 942 K22b Boyd's Marriage Index
This was one year before the couple had their first child in 1678 at Kingswood, Gloucestershire.
"It would be most helpful to locate the original marriages to determine if they contain more information than the index quoted above. This should certainly be pursued during the next round of research." Death - From marker in graveyard in Kingswood, Wilts "Under this tomb lieth the body of Ambrose Lewis of this parish Dyer, who departed this life April 1 AD 1697 aged 70 years and his wife Martha who departed this life Sept 29, AD 1706 aged 53 years and also the body of their son William Lewis who departed his life 23 AD 1705-06 aged 22 years." 
Ambrose LEWIS, Sr
 
50 !Marriage - Ambrose Lewis and Ann Oscurd (Osborne) married 18 Jan 1699
GS 942.41 Vol25p Vol 9 Kingswood, Gltshr. Eng. Marriages (Phillimore's
Marriage Index)
Although the parish register transcripts said Oscurd, however, a reading
of the Kingswood Bishop's Transcripts showed her name as Osbourne.
Baptism - The baptism of Ambrose Lewis was located at Kingswood:
Ambrose son of Ambrose Lewis bapt. 31 Dec 1678
Death - Marker in the Churchyard (East end) at Kingswood, Wilts reads -
"In memory of Ambrose Lewis who died June 4, 1754 aged 76 years and
Ann his wife who died June 23, 1755 aged 81 years. Also of William
their son who was buried near this place. And also of Elizabeth and
Rebecca their daughters who was burried here. 
Ambrose LEWIS, Jr.
 

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