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Macomb Residents, Including Eleanor Bailey
Macomb Residents, Including Eleanor Bailey
TitleMacomb Residents, Including Eleanor Bailey
Photo Number000675.JPG
CollectionDigital Image Collection (Western Illinois University)
KeywordsMacomb Residents Woman Women Horses Persons People Group Eleanor Bailey George Dry Goods
Subject HeadingMacomb--Residents
DescriptionThe photograph shows Eleanor Bailey at the far left. Eleanor Eads Bailey was the wife of James W. Bailey and the daughter of Albert Eads and Mary C. Tinsley. Mary C. Tinsley was the daughter of Nathaniel P. Tinsley and Talitha C. Walker Tinsley. Mary was born July 25, 1821, married Nantaniel P. Tinsley September 20, 1838, and died June 11, 1847. "Mrs. J.W. Bailey [Eleanor Eads Bailey[ Dies at Home Here" "Mrs. James W. Bailey, wife of the chairman of the board of directors of the Union National Bank, died at 3:30 o'clock this morning at her home at 231 South Randolph street. she was of the age of 75 yea5s, eight months and 17 days. Death followed an extended illness. Services will be held at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church with Rev. Whitcomb officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood cemetery. Eleanor Eads Bailey, the daughter of Albert and Mary Tinsley Eads, was born in Macomb on Feb. 23, 1869. she spent her entire life here. she was married on May 11, 1892, to James W. Bailey. She was a lifelong member of the Presbyterian church and maintained a keen intrest in its activities and success. she was a past state president of the P.E.O. and had served as recording secretary of the supremem chapter of P.E.O. she was also a member of XXMD and Eastern Star. she is survived by Mr. Bailey and one daughter, Mrs. Mary B. Ewing of Macomb. A son, Albert E. Bailey died March 27, 1943. Four grandchildren, Mrs. Eleanor Ann Patterson, Jas. Campbell Bailey, James Madison Ewing and Harriet Eads Ewing, also survive." "Macomb Journal, " November 9, 1944, p. 2.
Source/Publisher/DonorAC 03-189 Loaned for reproduction by MidAmerica National Bank via Herb Strong.
Location of Original PhotoMacomb/McDonough County Residents Album--A-J
RightsWIU Libraries Archives & Special Collections -- All Rights Reserved. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, contact the WIU Archives and Special Collections at malpass-archives@wiu.edu.
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