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Carrol Francis Bailey, b. 1883 Cambridge, Maine; m 1) Etta Frances Ball, b. 1883 Deer Isle, Maine; 2) Edna May Lowell, b. 1881 Cambridge, Maine

 

Carrol Francis Bailey was born 14 March 1883 at Cambridge, Maine, the son of Charles O. and Ada Ann (Whitney) Bailey.  In 1915/1916 he was a School Director of the Flat School at Cambridge, as shown on the card below. 

 

 

Carrol Francis Bailey's paternal grandparents were Ephraim P. and Anna F. (Morrill) Bailey.  His maternal grandparents were Thomas and Adeline (Wright) Whitney.

 

On 21 September 1899 at Deer Isle, Carrol married Etta Frances Ball, who was born in June of 1883 at Deer Isle, the daughter of Isaac and Mercy Susan (Weed) Ball.  Her paternal grandparents were Chester and Nancy (Hutchinson) Ball.  Her maternal grandparents were David Daniel Weed and wife Pamelia C. (Bray) Weed.

 

Carrol Francis Bailey and Etta Francis (Ball) Bailey had a son Charles Carrol Bailey, before apparently divorcing.  Charles Carrol Bailey is also mentioned on the card above, as a student.

 

On 8 November 1905 at Cambridge, Maine, Carrol Francis Bailey married Edna May Lowell, who was born 9 December 1881 at Cambridge, Maine, the daughter of John A. and Flora J. (Wilder) Lowell.  Her paternal grandparents were John and Melvina/Malvira (Colson) Lowell.  Her maternal grandparents were Gerrrish Lowell Wilder and wife Lydia Ann (Randall) Wilder.

 

Carrol farmed at Cambridge. 

 

If you have any corrections, additions or insights regarding any of the information presented above or in the family trees of Carrol Francis Bailey, Etta Frances Ball or Edna May Lowell below, please leave a comment.

 

If you would like to read a blog post that features the Flat School and gives brief bios of all the adults and students mentioned on it, click here.

 

 

 

 


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Comment by Pam Beveridge on October 6, 2011 at 2:28pm
Try a peek at my blog because I've featured some Cambridge area photos and such. HeirloomsReunited.blogspot.com. There's a search box along right edge. Went riding (horse) in Cambridge once. Hamm Hill Rd for miles on woods roads. Gorgeous!
Comment by Roland Rhoades on October 6, 2011 at 2:19pm
Thank you. I linked to this page from my Cambridge Maine website, www.RolandRhoades.com/cambridge.htm

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