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Arthur L Bailey of Maine
Posted by: Laura Bailey (ID *****5137) Date: April 11, 2012 at 08:26:18
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This information was on find a grave.I am hoping that someone can give me a link to the actual article of his Obit.Also a Picture of his gravestone.

Birth:        Mar. 9, 1889
Sagadahoc County
Maine, USA
Death:        Aug. 9, 1947
Cumberland Center
Cumberland County
Maine, USA

Son of Lincoln and Julia J. (Soule) Bailey. Husband of Eleanor Eugenia (Elphick) Bailey.
Portland Press Herald (Portland, Maine) - August 11, 1947

Bailey Services Today:
Brunswick, Aug 10 - Funeral Services for Arthur L. Bailey, 58, who was killed when struck by a Main Centrail Railroad train at Cumberland Center Saturday will be held in the Laws Funeral Home here at 2 PM Monday with the Rev Thompson E. Ashby pastor of the First Parish Church officiating. Interment will be in the Oak Grove Cemetary, Bath.

He was born at Woolwich, March 9, 1889, the son of Lincoln and Julia Soule Bailey. He married Mrs. Eleanor Elphick Bailey in 1913 and lived at Wiscasset for eight years before coming to Brunswick. He was a member of the Lincoln Lodge F&AM Wiscasset. Mr. Bailey was employed at the Maine Central Railroad.

Surviving besides his widow are four sons, Lawrence, Orr's Head, Gordon, Clyde, and Richard Bailey all of Brunswick, four daughters, Miss Annie Bailey, Brunswick, Mrs. Robert Clard, Tonawanda, NY, Mrs. Frederick Smith, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Mrs. Julia Brown, Bath, a sister, Mrs. O. C. Nutting, Southwest Harbor, a brother, Clarence Bailey, Wiscasset, and six grandchildren.

Oak Grove Cemetery
Sagadahoc County
Maine, USA

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