Abraham Bailey (1694 - 1774)

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Abraham Bailey
1694 - 1774
updated February 06, 2019
Abraham Bailey was born in 1694 in Henrico, Virginia. He died in 1774 in Henrico, Virginia at 80 years of age.


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Abraham Bailey was born in in Henrico, Virginia US


Abraham Bailey died in in Henrico, Virginia US

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Abraham Bailey passed away in 1774 in Henrico, Virginia at 80 years of age. He was born in 1694 in Henrico, Virginia. We are unaware of information about Abraham's family or relationships.
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Born: around 1814
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