Miscellaneous Information

Updated August 29, 2006

   Soldiers of the Great War
Fallen Pennsylvanians of World War I

W. M. Haulsee, F. G. Howe, A. C. Doyle
Soldiers Record Publishing Association
Washington, D.C.

Private BAYLIFF John, Bandling KA 141
[Killed in Action, Residence Bandling, PA]

   Sky View Memorial Park Cemetery in Hometown, Rush Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. Sun Rise Slope Section.

The Sky View Memorial Cemetery in Hometown was established in 1947 and contains about 9,000 burials as of 2004.

BAYLIFF Charles T 1917-1986 WWII vet, Marguerite 1915-1995


Throughout the Fifth Ward there is a street listed as Cool St., although I have maintained the spelling used in the 1890 directory, this is most likely Coal St., which exists in Shenandoah.

Bayliff, William, 29, miner. 431 Cool St. Lizzie.

   1800 Federal Census Chester County, Pennsylvania

William Bailiff, aged 26-45
males in household, 1 (aged 10-16)
females in household, 1 (aged 26-45), 1 (aged 10-16)

Thomas Bailiff, aged 16-25
males in household, 1 (aged 16-26), 1 (10-16)
females in household, 1 (aged 16-26), 1 (aged 0-10)

   Robert Bayliff is assigned presents by Richard Peacock
1664 Rapprahannock Co, VA

I, Richard Peacock, do by these presents assignes over unto Robert Bayliff his heirs or assignes all my right and interest of this within Bill of Sale in as full power and force as it was mine. In witness of the truth I have here unto set my hand and seal this second of April 1664.

In presence of:
Will Barber
Sam Dennrt.
Recog in Cur. Rappahannock 6 die July 1664

Richard Peacock

   Liverpool, England to New York
January 14, 1850
Manifest of all the Passengers taken on board the Ship David Cannon. Perrzo is Master, from Liverpool.
Passenger 548, Thomas Baliff, age 19, Male, Laborer, from Ireland, to become citizen of United States