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James Lake6 Jan 1763 -- 7 Jun 1842avatar
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Silas Glascock5 MAR 1777 -- 11 Oct 1851avatar
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Bayliss G Lake

Baylis Grigsby2 3 4 6 7 Lake2 3 4 6 7

Birth11 Jan 17952 3 4 6 7
 
2 3 4
Reside18206
 
6
Reside18276
 
6
Reside16 APR 1850 
 
 
Image 258 on FamilySearch (256 handwritten on pg) 1759/1759
Reside30 SEP 1860 
 
 
pg 313 2266/2159
Reside18 JUL 1870 
 
 
pg 26 180/182
Reside1880 
 
 
living with daughter Mary's family
Death27 Nov 18817
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Aged: 86.9 years
History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois : "centennial record" (1876)
pg 438
Bayliss Lake
Bayliss Lake, brother of Spencer Lake, was born in Farquire County, Virginia. He was married to Eliza Glascock in Frederick County, who was born in Loudon County, Virginia. They at once moved to Clark County, Ohio, where they had three children, some of the pioneer home seekers. Bayliss Lake and John McBeth started on foot April 3 to see Illinois. They arrived in Springfield April 14. Mr. Lake had some friends in the county. After spending a month with their friends, he made arrangements to help herd some cattle and drive them east, arriving at his home in June with more money than he started. He moved his family in a wagon by four hourses, arriving in the fall of 1827 in what is now Fancy Creek Township. Mrs. Elizabeth Lake, wife of Bayliss Lake, having died August 28, 1864, Bayliss Lake remarried Miss Sallie McKendree. She was born in Jefferson County, Virginia. They had one son who joined the Union Army, serving in the 114th Illinois Infantry.
[Note: The claim that Baylis and Sallie had a child who served in the 114th Illinois Infantry does not fit the historical record.  This regiment was in existence between 18 Sep 1862 and 3 Aug 1865.  Since Baylis and Sallie didn't marry until 1864, any child  would have been under 1 year old while the infantry was still in existence. Also, no child of the appropriate age is living with the family in 1870 or 1880 making it unlikely that Baylis and Sallie had any children together that survived childhood.] 
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16 APR 1850 Sangamon county, part of, Sangamon, Illinois
image 258 on FamilySearch (256 handwritten on pg) 1759/1759
Baylap Lake M 55 Virginia
Eliza Lake F 50 Virginia
Phoebee Lake F 23 Ohio
Edna Lake F 19 Illinois
Henry Lake M 16 Illinois
John Lake M 10 Illinois
Margarete Lake F 7 Illinois
Catharine Lake F 5 Illinois
French Glapcock M 10 Illinois
31 SEP 1860 17 Subdivision, Sangamon, Illinois
pg 313 2266/2159
B Lake M 65 Va
E Lake F 60 Va
H Lake M 23 Ill
J Lake M 20 Ill
M Lake F 16 Ill
C Lake F 14 Ill
18 JUL 1870 Fancy Creek, Sangamon, Illinois
pg 26 180/182
Bayless Lake M 74 Virginia w; farmer
Sarah Lake F 67 Virginia
Henry Lake M 36 Illinois
Catharina Lake F 23 Illinois

ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
1+

Mary Jane 

16 MAY 182319 OCT 1895  OH, Clark Co Stephen England Willcockson 
2+

Thomas W. 

4 JUL 18251905  OH, Clark Co Julia Ann England 
3+

Phoebe 

23 Jun 182727 DEC 1909  OH William Mount 
4

Harrid 

11 Apr 18301843  IL, Sangamon Co  
5+

Edna 

7 Jun 183117 JUL 1915  IL, Sangamon Co John H. Council 
6+

Henry 

24 Apr 18341 JAN 1918  IL, Sangamon Co Eliza Cantrall 
7+

John Spencer 

9 Jan 184014 JAN 1922  IL, Sangamon Co Mary Charlotte 'Lottie' Brittin 
8+

Margaret 

15 Dec 18441 Feb 1919  IL, Sangamon Co Andrew Jackson Barber 
9+

Harriett Catherine 

22 Oct 18459 Jun 1927  IL, Sangamon Co Evans Elijah Brittin 
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  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1850
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  6. Book:History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois : "centennial record" (1876); by Power, John Carroll and Power, S. A.; Website
  7. Correspondence: Lake Family Tree; Lineage of the Lake Family included with Lake Family history passed among Lake relatives at reunions.; Some details are from the Sangamon County book (#33708) includes some addenda made by Dorothy Lynn from newspaper obituaries, wedding, & birth announcements and personal communications with family;
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  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1850
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1860
  4. Census: 1850 . United States Census, 1850; Federal Census; Website
  5. Correspondence: Lake Family Tree; Lineage of the Lake Family included with Lake Family history passed among Lake relatives at reunions.; Some details are from the Sangamon County book (#33708) includes some addenda made by Dorothy Lynn from newspaper obituaries, wedding, & birth announcements and personal communications with family;
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