Lot 44 (SYLVIA BAILEY)
   
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BAILEY
SYLVIA HAZEL BAILEY
 
 (Born Jan 21 1900 - Died Oct 15 1912) 
 daughter of RM and Elizabeth Bailey 
 
 How peaceful the slumber, How happy the waking
 
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Obituary
SYLVIA HAZEL BAILEY (Jan 21 1900 - Oct 15 1912)
Sylvia Hazel Bailey was the youngest of the nine children of Rufus and Elizabeth Bailey. She was a happy child and was adored by every member of the family. Sylvia was attending Scott School in Oklahoma County when she was stricken. Her passing brought great sorrow, to family, friends, and neighbors. It was the custom of the time (or the family) not to mention those that had passed on. But brother Ralph broke with tradition when he said in a letter to his brother Bill "Oh, Bill it's so lonely here without Sylvie". 
 
BRITTON WEEKLY SENTINEL - 17 Oct 1912:
Miss Sylvia Baily died at her home in the western part of Spring Creek Township Tuesday and was buried at the Carson cemetery Wednesday. She suffered a long time with Typhoid when other complications set in which caused her death. Her aged parents, brothers and sisters have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement.
 
Sylvia Bailey (1912)
No descendants (died young)
Some information about the BAILEY family is on ROOTSWEB.
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Genealogy last updated: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
 
OHC Relations
 
  Sylvia Hazel Bailey was the granddaughter of Olive Hand Bailey.
  The Bailey family is related by marriage with the Carson, Stickler, Sitlington, Lay,  McCallon, Hollingsworth, and Young families.  
 
Association Membership
 
 
23  
Berta Bailey Lay
(d.1981)
Dr. Terry L. Lay(Association Chairman)
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