Laughlin Bailey

Laughlin Bailey was born about 1830 in Yellow Creek Twp. of Columbiana County, OH.

Laughlin’s father was Alexander Baillie.  Alexander was married to Margaret Noble on Apr. 2, 1824 in Columbiana County, OH and were life long members of Yellow Creek Presbyterian Church where they are also both buried.  Alex and Margaret had 6 children; Janet, William, Laughlin, Margaret, Nancy, Christina and Isabella.

Laughlin married Elizabeth Williams on Nov. 13, 1856 in Saline Twp. Of Jefferson Co., OH and also resided there on a farm.  Laughlin and Elizabeth had only 1 child, John A. Bailey, who was born on Sept. 29, 1857.  Elizabeth died shortly after on Mar. 10, 1859.  Laughlin later enrolled into the 104th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteers in Company “F” on Aug 12, 1862 and then mustered-in at Camp Massillion on Aug. 30, 1862.  Laughlin died in a Regiment Hospital in Knoxville, TN on Feb. 13, 1864 of Scurvy and is buried at the Knoxville National Cemetery.  He is located in Section B, site 466.

Laughlin and Elizabeth’s only son, John A. Bailey, was then raised by John Mc Bean (Mc Bane) and his family.  They were appointed full guardianship and also received military pension until John was 16 years old.  The Mc Bean’s lived in Jefferson County, OH. 

Laughlin also had a brother, William Bailey, who enrolled in the 22nd Regiment of Wisconsin.  Laughlin also had a cousin, George W. Bailey, who fought for Company “C” of the 115th Regiment of Ohio.


I am looking for photos of:

 Company “F” 104th Regiment of Ohio
Company “C” 115th Regiment of Ohio

The following photos are of Laughlin's father.  His name was Alexander Baillie.  Alex came to America at the age of 5 with his mother Margaret Baillie.  The picture of the log cabin was the cabin the Baillie's first lived in in Yellow Creek Twp., of Columbiana County, OH.  Also, pictured is William Bailey.  William and Laughlin were brothers.  William fought in the Civil War for Wisconsin.  William and Laughlin would have been raised by Alex and Margaret (Noble) Baillie.  The name Bailey changes during the time period

  • Alex Bailey

  • Alex Baillie Log House

  • William Bailey

Lived In:        Irondale, Jefferson County, OH
Regiment:        104th Ohio Volunteers
Company:        F
Rank:        Private
Mustered In:        August 30, 1862 in Massillon, OH
Died in Service:      Feb. 13, 1864    in Nashville, TN    Military Hospital  (scurvy)
Pension # :        49539


Married:        Nov. 13, 1856
Wife:        Elizabeth
Wife Died:        March 10, 1859     (before he entered the war)

Son:        John A. Bailey
Born:        Sept. 29, 1857
Guardian:        James McBane    (a neighbor and friend of family)

Photos and research sent by:
Dave Bailey
16464  W. 158 Terr.
Olathe, KS   66062
Home: 913-780-9911
Cell: 913-515-1108
Submitted  February 2009
Seeking information on Bailey Family in Jefferson County