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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Baily (Bailey), John 1643-1697

He was a minister of the gospel in New England (emigrated in 1683), but was born February 24, 1643, near Blackburn, in Lancashire, England, of a very pious mother: who, before he was born, dedicated him unto the service of God. Cotton Mather preached his funeral sermon, which was published.

Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 2 - 1885 (see page 407)

Middleton's "Evangelical Biography, Volume 4" - 1816 (see page 101)

Cotton Mather's "The Life and Death of the Rev. Mr. John Baily" from Magnalia Christi Americana, Volume 1 - 1855 (see page 602)
A Sermon, on the Day of His Funeral, Thursday, 16 D. 10 M. 1697.

Palmer's "The Nonconformist's Memorial, Volume 1" - 1802 (see page 331)

Parish of Blackburn, County of Lancaster: A History of Blackburn, Town and Parish (1877) By William Alexander Abram (see page 358)

Annals of the American pulpit, or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of Various Denominations, etc., Volume 1 (1857) By William Buell Sprague (see page 201)

An Historical Sketch of the First church in Boston: From Its Formation to the Present Period (1812) By William Emerson (see page 143)

An Historical Sketch of Watertown, in Massachusetts: from the first ...By Convers Francis (see beginning on page 50 and page 138)

Quarterly Register and Journal of the American Education Society (1839) By American education society (see page 54)
Man's Chief End to Glorifie God, or Some Brief Sermon-Notes on 1 Corinthians 10:31 By the Reverend Mr. John Bailey, sometime preacher and prisoner of Christ at Limerick in Ireland, and now Pastor to the Church of Christ in Watertown in New-England. - 1689

A Farewell Address to His Loving and Dearly Beloved Christian Friends In and About Limerick

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