Mouring (Hoskins) Bailey (1730 - 1780)

Mouring (Hoskins) Bailey
1730 - 1780
updated February 06, 2019
Mouring Hoskins Bailey was born in 1730 in . She was born into the Hoskins family and married into the Bailey family. She died in 1780 in at age 50.


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Mouring Bailey was born in in Virginia US


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Mouring Hoskins Bailey passed away in 1780 in at 50 years old. She was born in 1730 in . We have no information about Mouring's family or relationships.
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around 1817 - Feb 23, 1863
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around 1710 - May 14, 1783
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Oct 24, 1682 - Sep 18, 1747
Jul 25, 1754 - 1802
Jan 23, 1757 - Jan 2, 1846
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around 1713 - around 1740
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