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Sally Dailey Burleigh (1846-1921)
Posted by: Vic Jeter Date: October 23, 2000 at 09:35:00
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Would like to exchange Dailey family history information with descendants of Sarah L. (Sally) Dailey (1846-1921) married to Alexandre Burleigh (1846-1905)on 10/14/1868 in St. Landry Parish.

To the best of my knowledge their children were: Alexandre T. Burleigh(1869) who married (1) Estelle Guidry and (2) Louise Guidry; Julia Ann Burleigh(1877) who married Charles A. Miller; Joseph Henry Burleigh(1880) who married Josephine Foraz; James Oliver Burleigh (1883); and Richard James Burleigh(1885) who married Louise Sibille.

And to the best of my knowledge:

Alex T. Burleigh and Estelle Guidry had one child, Henri William; with Louise Guidry there were: John Havard, Sarah Ethel, Estelle, Lynn, Kenneth, Belle and Albert.

Julia Ann Burleigh and Charles A. Miller had the following children: Thelma, Gussie, Clayton, Hazel, Clell, Edith, Jesse Lee, Williard, Bonnie and Rowena.

Joseph Henry Burleigh and Josephine Foraz had the following children: Francois Antoine, Ethel Marie, Charles William, Clifford, Harold Xavier, and George Henry.

Richard James Burleigh and Louise Sibille had the following children: Therceta, Emma, Alvin, Ewing, James, Myrtle and Juanita.

James Oliver Burleigh died in 1909 and so far as I know, never married.

Sally Dailey was the sister of my great-grandfather, William O. Dailey, and daughter of John Arnold Dailey and Mathilde W. Jenkins who came to St. Landry Parish from Noxubee County, Mississippi in 1866 and settled near the Bellevue Red Church.

Thanks very much.


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