NOTE: I didn’t do a complete
search. I just did a quick intuitive look on January 9th, 2009. I looked for names that would be a likely fit with people who lived in townlands where known relatives resided, or else those names whose dates fit those of family members known to us already.
Sharon Oddie Brown. January 12, 2009
BAILIE WILLS AT
The Will of William Bailie
late of Annaghavackey County Louth Gentleman deceased who died 29 October
1879 at same place was proved at Armagh by the oaths of Henry Victor Bailie
Charles Edward Bailie and Alfred Bailie all of Annaghavackey Farmers the
The Will of John Bailie
late of Treagh County Louth Farmer deceased who died 17 May 1876 at same
place was proved at Armagh by Hugh Bailie of Scarva County Down Sub Constable
of Police one of the Executors.
£806 3s. 6d
The Will of the Reverend
John Bailie late of Clonaleen County Louth Clerk who died 17 September 1885
at same place was proved at Armagh by John Cornwall Bailie of Jocelyn-street
Dundalk County Louth Solicitor one of the Executors.
£1,617 2s. 2d
The Will (with one Codicil)
of John Cornwall Bailie late of Clonaleenan County Louth Solicitor who died
29 December 1889 at same place was proved at Armagh by Mary Bailie of
Clonaleenan Widow the sole Executrix.
£62 2s. 6d
Letters of Administration
(with the Will annexed) of the personal estate of Henry Victor Bailie late of
Annaghavackey County Louth Farmer who died 6 November 1893 at same place were
granted at Armagh to Mary Jane Bailie of Annaghavackey Widow a Legatee.
The Will of Charlotte
Bailie late of Tullyvallen County Armagh Widow who died 5 August 1892 at same
place was proved at Armagh by David Donaldson and James Meeke both of
Tullyvallen Farmers the Executors.
Probate of the Will of
Robert Bailie late of Shortstone County Louth Esquire who died 26 April 1895
granted at Armagh to Robert Ellis Bailie of Castleblayney County Monaghan