Edmund Lincoln Baylies
|Birthplace:||Hingham, Massachusetts, United States|
|Death:||Died in Taunton, MA, United States|
Son of Judge Hodijah Baylies and Elizabeth Baylies
|Managed by:||Private User|
Historical records matching Edmund Lincoln Baylies
About Edmund Lincoln Baylies
Edmund, son of Judge Hodijah and Elizabeth (Lincoln) Baylies, was born at Hingham, Massachusetts, September 22, 1787, died at Taunton, Massachusetts, May 10, 1878.
He was a merchant at Boston for a number of years, achieving success along that line. In 1838 he removed to Taunton and established a country home, which is still occupied by members of the Baylies family. He was a member of the Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati.
He married, in 1819, Elizabeth, daughter of Philip and Ruth Payson, of Charleston, Massachusetts, and had a son Edmund Lincoln, of whom further.
-------------------- EDMUND BAYLIES. Son of Hodijah
Baylies and his wife Elizabeth (Lincoln)
Baylies; born in Hingham Sept. 22, 1787.
Supercargo of many vessels, with cargo for
foreign ports, and supplied flour to the Pen-
insular army under Wellington. Engaged
with T. B. Curtis of Boston for trading in
Russia, retired in 1836. A warm supporter
of the government in the civil war; director
Taunton National Bank, Old Colony Iron
Co., Taunton Copper Co., and Taunton Lo-
comotive Works. Member Massachusetts
Society of Cincinnati. Died May 16, 1878.
Walter G. Ashworth
Edmund Lincoln Baylies's Timeline
September 22, 1787
Hingham, Massachusetts, United States
October 2, 1822
July 1, 1827
May 18, 1829
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
May 16, 1878
Taunton, MA, United States