Lot 66 (SITLINGTON)
   
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SARAH BAILEY SITLINGTON
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SARAH BAILEY SITLINGTON
(Jan 24, 1892 - Nov 11, 1974)
WALTER RUFUS "BILL" SITLINGTON
 
WALTER RUFUS "BILL" SITLINGTON
(Mar 21, 1914 - Aug 1, 1995)
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SARAH HELEN BAILEY SITLINGTON  (24 Jan 1892 - 11 Nov 1974)
and his brother
WALTER RUFUS "BILL" SITLINGTON   (21 Mar 1914 - 01 Aug 1995)
 
OBITUARY: 13 November 1974

SITLINGTON, Mrs. Sarah Bailey, 82, of Route 2, Edmond; 11 a/m. Wednesday in Baggerly Funeral Home with private burial services pending at Olive Hill Cemetery, west of Edmond.


Sarah (Sallie) Bailey was two years of age when her parents, Rufus and Elizabeth Bailey, moved to their new home in Oklahoma Territory. She received her early education at Scott School, attended Sunday school and church with her family and played the organ for Sunday school. Sallie attended Central State Normal School at Edmond, for one full year and summers thereafter. She taught her first year at the Carpenter School in Oklahoma County in 1910-11 and returned the next fall to teach the next year. She also taught two years at the Diamond School in Canadian County in 1911. She was married on August 4 1912 to Thomas O. Sitlington.


The Sitlington farm was located on 150th Street between Meridian and MacArthur Avenues (now Oklahoma City). She enjoyed working with crops, managed the farm well, and accumulated great land holdings and large herds of cattle. Sallie maintained her interest in cattle marketing throughout her lifetime and gave no thought to retiring. She found great pleasure in her accomplishments, and at the age of 83 years remarked to her family: "I have had a good life".

 

OBITUARY: 04 August 1995

SITLINGTON Walter R., age 81, died August 1st, 1995. Walt was the grandson of two Oklahoma pioneer families, Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Walter L. and Charlotte Belt Sitlington. He was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas O. and Sarah Bailey Sitlington. Walt was born March 21, 1914 in rural Edmond and spent his live in farming, ranching and dairy farming in Oklahoma, Logan, and Grady Counties and in Kansas. He will be missed by his many cousins and their families as well as a wide variety of friends. He will also be remembered by several charitable and educational organizations to whom he made generous contributions. Memorial services will be Friday, August 4 at 2:00 p.m. at Demuth Funeral home 1145 West Britton Road. Interment services will be private at Olive Hill Cemetery.


Walter R. Sitlington lived a quiet, hard-working life as a dairy farmer and rancher in Oklahoma City. He never attended Oklahoma State University, but he bequeathed his estate to OSU for research in agriculture and veterinary medicine, with a special emphasis on preventing diseases that affect farm animals. The gift is the largest estate bequest in OSU history. "His concern was not for himself, but for future generations. His precious gift will have a tremendous impact on our faculty and students, and on farmers and ranchers across the state," OSU President James Halligan said. Halligan described Walter as "a truly great Oklahoman who went beyond success to significance ." A descendant of Oklahoma pioneers, Walter was interested in research to solve food production problems and to create markets for state farmers and ranchers. His gift to OSU will be used for endowed faculty positions, student scholarships and equipment. A previous gift of Walter's helped create a veterinary medicine endowment to support an OSU professor's research of stress-related diseases in cattle, and another previous endowment was for food processing technology. Walter wanted people in agriculture to do better economically .

 
Sallie Bailey Sitlington (ca. 1908) Walter Rufus (Bill) Sitlington (ca. 1984)
Sarah had only 1 son and he had no children
Some information about the SITLINGTON family is on LDS Ancestry file.
Genealogy:
Ancestors of Walter Rufus Sitlington
 
Generation No. 1

 

1. Walter Rufus Sitlington1, born Mar 21, 1914 in Edmond, OK; died Aug 01, 1995 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK2. He was the son of 2. Thomas O. Sitlington and 3. Sarah Helen Bailey. He married (1) Lucille Green Oct 28, 1940 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK.

 

 
Generation No. 2

 

2. Thomas O. Sitlington3,4, born Feb 18, 1887 in Alville, MO; died Jun 29, 1973 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK. He was the son of 4. Walter Lowery Sitlington and 5. Charlotte Elizabeth Belt. He married 3. Sarah Helen Bailey Aug 04, 1912 in Edmond, OK.

3. Sarah Helen Bailey5,6,7,8, born Jan 24, 1892 in Hoyt, KS; died Nov 11, 1974 in Edmond, OK. She was the daughter of 6. Rufus Miner Bailey and 7. Elizabeth Wiser McKeage.

Notes for Thomas O. Sitlington:
OBITUARY: 06/30/1973
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THOMAS O. SITLINGTON
EDMOND-- Thomas O. Sitlington, 86, died Friday at a city nursing home. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Norman IOOF Cemetery directed by Yanda Funeral Home, Yukon.
Sitlington, who was born in Independence, MO., came to Edmond as a boy. He was a farmer and a member of the IOOF and the Woodman Lodge. Sitlington was a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Sarah; a son Walter, of the home; a brother, John, Bentonville, Ark., and two sisters, Ida Sitlington and Mary Sitlington, both of Norman.
More About Thomas O. Sitlington:
Burial: IOOF Norman Cemetery, Cleveland Co, OK
Obituary: Jun 30, 1973, Daily Oklahoman
 

Child of Thomas Sitlington and Sarah Bailey is:

1 i. Walter Rufus Sitlington, born Mar 21, 1914 in Edmond, OK; died Aug 01, 1995 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Lucille Green Oct 28, 1940 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK.

 

 
Generation No. 3

 

4. Walter Lowery Sitlington9,10,11, born May 05, 1854 in Crab-Bottom, VA; died 1922 in OK. He was the son of 8. Thomas Oliver Sitlington and 9. Margaret Ann Sterrett. He married 5. Charlotte Elizabeth Belt Dec 24, 1879 in Napoleon, Lafayette, OK.

5. Charlotte Elizabeth Belt12,13, born Oct 1855 in MO; died 1950 in OK.

More About Walter Lowery Sitlington:
Burial: IOOF Norman Cemetery, Cleveland Co, OK
SpringCreek Section: 10.2 NE 10-13-4
 
More About Charlotte Elizabeth Belt:
Burial: IOOF Norman Cemetery, Cleveland Co, OK

Children of Walter Sitlington and Charlotte Belt are:

i. Ida M. Sitlington14,14, born Sep 22, 1880 in MO; died Jul 15, 1974 in Norman, Cleveland Co, OK.

More About Ida M. Sitlington:
Burial: IOOF Norman Cemetery, Cleveland Co, OK

ii. Bessie B. Sitlington14, born Dec 13, 1882 in MO; died Jan 15, 1969 in Norman, Cleveland Co, OK.

More About Bessie B. Sitlington:
Burial: IOOF Norman Cemetery, Cleveland Co, OK

iii. Wanda Sitlington14, born Dec 25, 1884 in MO; died Jul 1972 in Norman, Cleveland Co, OK.

More About Wanda Sitlington:
Burial: IOOF Norman Cemetery, Cleveland Co, OK

2 iv. Thomas O. Sitlington, born Feb 18, 1887 in Alville, MO; died Jun 29, 1973 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Sarah Helen Bailey Aug 04, 1912 in Edmond, OK.

v. Mary Florence Sitlington14, born May 20, 1891 in OK; died Jan 16, 1986 in Norman, Cleveland Co, OK.

Notes for Mary Florence Sitlington:
OBITUARY: 01/17/1986
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SITLINGTON, Mary Florence, 94, Oklahoma City, died Thursday. Services pending (Primrose, Norman).
More About Mary Florence Sitlington:
Burial: IOOF Norman Cemetery, Cleveland Co, OK
Obituary: Jan 17, 1986, Daily Oklahoman

vi. John D. Sitlington14, born Dec 03, 1893 in OK; died Dec 1985 in Waldron, Scott, AR.

 

 

6. Rufus Miner Bailey15,16,17,18,19, born Jan 03, 1852 in Kenton, OH; died Dec 19, 1925 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK. He was the son of 12. James Miner Bailey and 13. Olive Hand. He married 7. Elizabeth Wiser McKeage Feb 06, 1879 in Hoyt, KS.

7. Elizabeth Wiser McKeage20,21,22,23,24, born Aug 05, 1856 in Pella, IA; died Jan 01, 1944 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK.

Children of Rufus Bailey and Elizabeth McKeage are:

i. James Miner Bailey25,26,27,28,29, born Nov 14, 1879 in Hoyt, KS; died Oct 21, 1953 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK.

ii. William Henry Bailey30,31,32,33, born Mar 07, 1882 in Hoyt, KS; died May 08, 1940 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

iii. Ralph M. Bailey34,35,36,37, born Aug 07, 1884 in Hoyt, KS; died Jul 19, 1965 in El Paso, TX; married Maud M. Benge Jan 11, 1911 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK; born Jan 11, 1891 in Oklahoma Co, OT; died Sep 27, 1988 in El Paso, TX.

Notes for Ralph M. Bailey:
OBITUARY: 07/22/1965
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RITES CONDUCTED AT EL PASO FOR FORMER RESIDENT
Funeral services for Ralph M. Bailey, former Yukon area resident were conducted Wednesday, July 21, in Kaster-Maxon Funeral Home chapel at El Paso, Texas with Rev. J. R. Bunts, pastor of Ysleta Methodist church officiating. Burial was in the El Paso cemetery. Bailey died Monday, July 19, in El Paso.
He came with his family in 1894, where the settled on a farm in the Scott community near Yukon. He grew to manhood there.
In 1911 he married Maude Benge of a neighboring community. He spent his life as a farmer, thresher-man and stock raiser in Oklahoma. He retired in 1953 and moved to El Paso to be near his children.
He is survived by his wife of the home; one son, Wayne, Gallup, N.M., and two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Ramsdale and Mrs. Ruby Andrews both of El Paso.
Also surviving are a brother Fred Bailey, Yukon; two sisters, Mrs. Berta Lay of Yukon and Mrs. Sarah Sitlington, Edmond; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
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Ralph Miner (Buck) Bailey had not reached his tenth birthday when the family moved from Kansas to Oklahoma Territory (1894). He received his education in the public schools of Hoyt, KS and Oklahoma Territory. Like the other members of the family, he attended Sunday school and church at the Scott School. He was a handsome young man and very popular in the community.
Buck was the third son and was his father's helper on the farm. He enjoyed farming and after his marriage to Maud Benge, January 11 1911, made a career as a farmer, stock raiser and thresher man. He owned a steam engine and threshing equipment, which he operated during the summers before 1920.
After many years of farming in Oklahoma, he moved to the west Texas area to farm wheat. About 1939, he returned to Oklahoma County.
As a natural mechanic he was a help to his brother Jim in operating the cotton gin at Bethany, Oklahoma. He was also a good carpenter and helped build the barn on his brother Fred's place. He retired in 1953, sold his Oklahoma farm and retired to El Paso, Texas to be near his children.
Buck's character and integrity were above reproach. He was a wonderful husband and father, worked hard, was gentle, kind, generous, and helpful to his parents, children, and neighbors. He was held in high esteem in each community where he made a home.
He was greatly admired by the younger generation and was considered a "family favorite" by many.
 
More About Ralph M. Bailey:
Burial: Jul 21, 1965, Restlawn, El Paso, TX
Obituary: Jul 22, 1965, Daily Oklahoman
 
More About Maud M. Benge:
Burial: Restlawn, El Paso, TX
Obituary: El Paso, TX

iv. Olive Eleanor Bailey38,39,40,41, born Jan 22, 1887 in Hoyt, KS; died Sep 20, 1935 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Grover Cleveland Meeker Dec 20, 1910 in Britton, OK; born Dec 23, 1886 in Marysville, Indian Territory, OK; died Jul 08, 1958 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK.

Notes for Olive Eleanor Bailey:
OBITUARY: 09/21/1935
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MEEKER RITES TO BE SUNDAY
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Pioneer Britton Woman Is Claimed by Death
Services for Mrs. Grover Meeker, 48 years old, Britton, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday from the Britton Methodist church. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery under direction of the Britton funeral home.
Mrs. Meeker, wife of a pioneer Britton livestock and oil lease dealer, died Friday morning in a city hospital of complications following an appendicitis operation a week ago.
Active in church and women's club work, Mrs. Meeker was president of The Britton home Demonstration club and was a member of the Eastern Star. She had been a resident of Oklahoma county nearly 40 years.
Last month, the second oil well in the new Britton field was drilled in on Meeker's property near Britton.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Meeker is survived by three daughters, Geneva, Olive and Dorothy Meeker; two sons, Thomas and James Meeker; two sisters, Mrs. Berta Lay, Britton, and Mrs. Sarah Sitlington, Edmond, and five brothers, Jim Bailey, Britton; William Bailey, South America; Ralph Bailey, Hereford, Texas; Fred Bailey, Yukon, and Harry Bailey, Bethany.
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Olive Eleanor (Nellie) Bailey came to Oklahoma Territory with her family at the age of seven. She was one of those unusual characters born to be agreeable, dutiful and patient. As a child, she was loving and obedient. As a youth, she was a daughter devoted to her parents and forgetful of self in service to her siblings. She was faithful to every trust placed on her by her parents. She was very popular in the community.
After graduating from the Scott School, she enrolled at the Normal School at Edmond, Oklahoma. She earned her teaching certificate after one year and taught her first year at the Lynch School in Oklahoma County (1910-11). She married Grover Meeker during that year and retired to homemaking.
The first sixteen years of her married life was spent on a farm in the Cleveland School community (Oklahoma County). Then the family resided on the Meeker farm at the northwest corner of Britton, Oklahoma. She was a devoted wife and mother and active in the community.
Nellie was a member of the Britton Chapter of the Eastern Star, member of the Rainbow Advisory Board, president of the Home Demonstration Club, member of the Britton Study Club, member of the Oklahoma City Hospitality Club, and member of both Junior-Senior and Elementary P.T.A. In each of these organizations she was known as a worker and leader of the first rank.
Her untimely passing at the age of 48 years brought great sorrow to the entire family. Years later, one of her brother's remarked " Nellie was most nearly perfect person I ever knew."
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More About Olive Eleanor Bailey:
Burial: Memorial Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK
Obituary: Sep 21, 1935, Daily Oklahoman
More About Grover Cleveland Meeker:
Burial: Memorial Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK

v. Harry Lee Bailey42,43,44,45,46, born Sep 26, 1889 in Hoyt, KS; died Apr 13, 1945 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Henrietta N. Brown Jul 26, 1911 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK; born Apr 02, 1885 in Henderson Grove, Knox Co, IL; died Aug 22, 1941 in Bethany, Oklahoma Co, OK.

Notes for Harry Lee Bailey:
OBITUARY: 04/15/1945
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HARRY L. BAILEY
Services for Harry L. Bailey, 55, retired farmer and educator who died late Friday at his home in Bethany, will be 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Nazarene church in Bethany, under direction of the Merritt funeral home.
Bailey was former superintendent of schools in Bethany. He moved there from Topeka, Kan., in 1894.
He is survived by his wife, Anna; a son, Russell, 1118 N. Olie; a daughter, Harriet, Denver; three brothers, Ralph and Fred, both of Yukon and J. M., Britton; and two sisters, Mrs. Sara Sitlington, Edmond; and Mrs. Berta Lay, Britton. Burial will be in the Bethany cemetery.
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Harry Lee (Ned) Bailey was four when the family moved to Oklahoma Territory. He grew up in the Scott community, attended Sunday school and received his early education at the Scott School. He decided in early years that teaching was is avocation.
He enrolled at Central State Normal School, Edmond, Oklahoma and attended one year. He obtained a teacher's certificate and taught school the following year. He returned to Edmond each summer until his graduation from Normal School.
He taught in the schools of Oklahoma and Canadian Counties for many years. After his marriage to Henrietta Brown July 26, 1911, he combined teaching and farming for a few years. He moved his family to Bethany, Oklahoma in 1923. He obtained his BA from Bethany Nazarene College and his MA from Oklahoma City University. He taught in the Bethany Public Schools for nine years (six as the Superintendent of the school).
Because of failing health he moved to a farm at Calumet, Oklahoma. Two years later he returned to Oklahoma County. In later years he returned to Bethany. He was an active member of the First Nazarene Church in Bethany.
Ned had majored in history at college and took great pleasure in traveling about Oklahoma researching Indian lore and Oklahoma history.
More About Harry Lee Bailey:
Burial: Bethany Cemetery, Oklahoma Co, OK
Obituary: Apr 15, 1945, Daily Oklahoman
 
More About Henrietta N. Brown:
Burial: Bethany Cemetery, Oklahoma Co, OK

3 vi. Sarah Helen Bailey, born Jan 24, 1892 in Hoyt, KS; died Nov 11, 1974 in Edmond, OK; married Thomas O. Sitlington Aug 04, 1912 in Edmond, OK.

vii. Alberta Blanche Bailey47,48,49,50, born Jan 09, 1895 in Spring Creek Twp, Oklahoma Co, OT; died Apr 03, 1981 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Lawrence Lay Apr 03, 1918 in Okemah, OK; born Jun 18, 1880 in Yellville, AR; died Sep 17, 1943 in Britton, OK.

viii. Frederick Peter Bailey51,52,53,54, born Aug 06, 1898 in Spring Creek Twp, Oklahoma Co, OT; died Oct 06, 1977 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK; married (1) Inez Johnson McCallon Jan 01, 1923 in Britton, OK; born Jul 29, 1902 in Greenville, TX; died Aug 02, 1946 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK; married (2) Lola Louise Nicholson Oct 27, 1948 in Coyle, OK; born Apr 27, 1901 in Douglas, OT; died Nov 08, 1995 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK.

Notes for Frederick Peter Bailey:
OBITUARY: 10/07/1977
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Fred Bailey Rites Monday
YUKON--Services for Fred Bailey, 79, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Bill Merritt Funeral Service with burial in Yukon Cemetery. Bailey died Thursday at his home.
Bailey lived in Oklahoma county all his life and was a retired farmer.
He was president of his local and the Oklahoma County Farmers Union for 16 years and he was a member of the Oklahoma Threshers Association.
During World War II he was a member of the three member ration board for Oklahoma County.
He was a member of the Highland Hills Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Lola; a son, Ross, London, England; a daughter, Mrs. Don Fuhrman, Oklahoma City; a sister, Mrs. Berta B. Lay, Oklahoma City; five grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Memorials may be made to the donor's favorite charity.
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Fred Bailey, the youngest of the five brothers, also had a flair for machinery. After finishing rural school at Scott, he went to Kansas City, Missouri, to take a mechanic course at an automotive school. Then he came home and found employment at a garage in Oklahoma City. He did not like "city living" and after a few weeks, returned to the farm to help his father. He was married January 1, 19233 to Inez Johnson McCallon and started farming for himself. He too owned steam-powered threshing equipment which he operated during the threshing seasons of the 1920's when the combine came into existence.
Fred was involved in public and community service throughout his lifetime. He served as president and/or secretary of his local Farmer's Union and during World War II was one of the three member Ration Board for Oklahoma County. He was a charter member of the Oklahoma Steam Threshing Association and participated in the Threshing Bee held at Waukomis, Oklahoma every summer for many years.
Fred inherited the family homestead from his mother and passed it on to his two children. He was born on the homestead and a few years after his marriage he purchased the farm joining it on the east. He spent his 79 years on the same half-section of land in Oklahoma County. He retired from farming in 1964 but lived on the farm his entire life.
Fred was an active church member. As a child, the family attended Sunday school and church at the Scott schoolhouse where he was converted and united with the Methodist Church at Yukon. He later was a member of the Putnam City Methodist Church and served there as chairman of the church board. In 1951, he united with a Baptist church and was active in the Highland Hills Baptist Church as long as his health permitted.
Fred worked hard and, like his brothers, possessed those qualities of character and integrity that were the legacy of a wonderful mother and father.
More About Frederick Peter Bailey:
Burial: Oct 10, 1977, Yukon Cemetery, Yukon, Canadian Co, OK
 
Notes for Inez Johnson McCallon:
OBITUARY: 08/04/1946
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MRS. INEZ BAILEY
Services will be at 3:30 P.M. Sunday in Putnam City Methodist Church for Mrs. Inez Bailey, 44, Route 3, Yukon who died at her home Friday after a 10-weeks illness. Mrs. Bailey, wife of Fred Bailey, was a pioneer resident of Canadian county coming here with her parents from Greenville, Texas in 1908.
Survivors are her husband, a daughter, and a son, Ross, all of the home; her mother, Mrs. R. M. McCallon, Bethany; two sisters, Mrs. Opal Burkhead, Piedmont, and Mrs. Trellis Purvis, Chicago; and two brothers, Wade, of Yukon, and R. M. McCallon, Wichita.
Burial will be in the Yukon Cemetery.
More About Inez Johnson McCallon:
Burial: Aug 04, 1946, Yukon Cemetery, Yukon, Canadian Co, OK
Obituary: Aug 04, 1946, Daily Oklahoman

ix. Sylvia Hazel Bailey55,56,57, born Jan 21, 1900 in Spring Creek Twp, Oklahoma Co, OT; died Oct 15, 1912 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK.

 

 
Generation No. 4

 

8. Thomas Oliver Sitlington58, born 1818 in Pendleton, VA; died 1883. He was the son of 16. John Sitlington and 17. Barbara Hull. He married 9. Margaret Ann Sterrett May 17, 1843 in Rockbridge Co, VA.

9. Margaret Ann Sterrett58, born Abt. 1819 in Rockbridge, VA.

Children of Thomas Sitlington and Margaret Sterrett are:

i. Sarah i. Sitlington, born 1844 in VA.

ii. John W. Sitlington, born 1846 in VA.

iii. Robert S. Sitlington58, born 1848 in VA.

iv. Elizabeth B. Sitlington, born 1850 in VA.

4 v. Walter Lowery Sitlington, born May 05, 1854 in Crab-Bottom, VA; died 1922 in OK; married Charlotte Elizabeth Belt Dec 24, 1879 in Napoleon, Lafayette, OK.

vi. Thomas O. Sitlington58, born 1858.

 

 

12. James Miner Bailey59,60, born Jun 24, 1810 in Potten, Quebec; died Mar 24, 1889 in Hoyt, KS. He married 13. Olive Hand Jun 08, 1833 in Troy, VT.

13. Olive Hand61,62, born May 30, 1814 in Peacham, VT; died Oct 18, 1891 in Oklahoma Co, OT.

Notes for James Miner Bailey:
The family immigrated to the territory of Ohio, Hardin County, near Kenton. We do not know the exact date but it was between 1845 and 1855. After the Civil War ended many families were immigrating to the new territory of Kansas.
About 1867, the Bailey family again made a long journey and settled on a farm in Jackson county, near Hoyt, Kansas, where they lived until after the death of James Miner Bailey.
Only 4 of the 8 children of James and Olive Hand lived to maturity.
More About James Miner Bailey:
Burial: Stewart Cemetery, Hoyt, KS
 
More About Olive Hand:
1889 Homestead: William F. Jenks
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery [44], Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co, OK
SpringCreek Section: 29.2 NE 29-13-4
 
 

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Children of James Bailey and Olive Hand are:

i. Laura Elnet Bailey63, born Feb 02, 1835 in Potten, Quebec; died Apr 02, 1836 in Potten, Quebec.

ii. Helen Esther Bailey63,64, born Jun 06, 1836 in Potten, Quebec; died Dec 16, 1913 in Woodville, Marshall Co, OK; married Joseph Pine Carson Nov 15, 1854 in Kenton, OH; born Jan 09, 1836 in Leesburg, Highland Co, OH; died Jan 12, 1915 in Woodville, Marshall Co, OK.

More About Helen Esther Bailey:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, OK
 
More About Joseph Pine Carson:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, OK

iii. Frederick Miner Bailey65, born Sep 16, 1839 in Potten, Quebec; died May 13, 1841 in Potten, Quebec.

iv. Flora Bailey65, born Feb 16, 1844 in Providence Hill, Quebec; died Feb 1844 in Providence Hill, Quebec.

v. Frederik Preston Bailey65,66, born Feb 16, 1844 in Providence Hill, Quebec; died Jan 01, 1930 in Delta, CO; married Clara Elizabeth Hite Jul 19, 1866 in Patterson, OH; born Oct 02, 1847 in Patterson, OH.

vi. Martha Bailey67, born Mar 06, 1847 in Kenton, OH; died Mar 06, 1847 in Kenton, OH.

vii. John Leveret Bailey67, born May 03, 1848 in Kenton, OH; died Jul 01, 1879 in Hoyt, KS.

More About John Leveret Bailey:
Burial: Stewart Cemetery, Hoyt, KS

6 viii. Rufus Miner Bailey, born Jan 03, 1852 in Kenton, OH; died Dec 19, 1925 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Elizabeth Wiser McKeage Feb 06, 1879 in Hoyt, KS.

 

 
Generation No. 5

 

16. John Sitlington, born 1781 in Augusta Co., A; died 1869. He married 17. Barbara Hull Sep 29, 1806 in Pendleton Co., A.

17. Barbara Hull, born 1785 in Highland, VA; died 1840.

More About Barbara Hull:
Burial: McDowell Cemetery, Highland, VA

Child of John Sitlington and Barbara Hull is:

8 i. Thomas Oliver Sitlington, born 1818 in Pendleton, VA; died 1883; married (1) Sarah J. Hunter Aug 25, 1840 in Augusta, VA; married (2) Margaret Ann Sterrett May 17, 1843 in Rockbridge Co, VA.

 

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51. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
52. Census 1900 - OK - Spring Creek Township, Oklahoma Co, p.45B.
53. Census 1910 - OK - Spring Creek Township, Oklahoma Co, p. 1A.
54. Census 1920 - OK - Spring Creek Township, Oklahoma Co, p.276A.
55. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
56. Census 1900 - OK - Spring Creek Township, Oklahoma Co, p.45B.
57. Census 1910 - OK - Spring Creek Township, Oklahoma Co, p. 1A.
58. Census 1880 - MO - Freedom, Lafayette Co, p.322B.
59. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
60. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
61. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
62. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
63. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
64. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
65. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
66. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
67. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
 
Genealogy last updated: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
 
OHC Relations
 
  Sarah Bailey Sitlington was the granddaughter of  Olive Hand Bailey.
           The Bailey family is related by marriage with the Carson, Stickler, Sitlington, Lay, Sanders, McCallon, Butler, and Young families.
 
Association Membership
 
 
30 Dec 19 1950
Sarah H. Sitlington
(d.1974)
Walter Sitlington
(d.1995)