Bayly (No. 3.) family genealogy

Of Canada

Arms: Same as “Bayly” (No. 2).

1. The Rev. Benjamin Bayly, A.B., second son of William Bayly, Notary Public, Golden-lane (see “Bayly” No. 2 pedigree), was born in Dublin, 19th June, 1805; and educated at Trin. Coll. Dublin, from which he graduated in 1827. About 1836, he went to Canada, and settled, first in the township of Oro. In company with Archdeacon Brough, he proceeded to Manitoulin Island, and subsequently followed him to London, where he was in Dec. 1841, appointed Head Master of the London Grammar School, which he held for 37 years. In 1860 he was ordained to the ministry of the Church of England, and at his death (17th Jan., 1879) he was Assistant Minister of Christ Church, Wellington-st., London, Ontario. He m., first in 1833, Cassandra-Henrietta, dau. of Abraham M‘Culloch,of the Stamp Office, Dublin, by whom he had two sons:

  1. Richard Bayly, b. 25th May, 1834; a Barrister, London, Ontario, who mar. 22nd July, 1864, Eliza, dau. of Dr. Charles Moore, and has, with three other sons and two daughters, issue:
    1. Richard Bayly, born 8th April, 1865.
    2. William Bayly, born 6th Nov., 1866.
    3. Benjamin Bayly, b. 26 th October, 1868.
  2. William Bayly, b. 13th Mar., 1836; a Merchant in Toronto, mar. 27th July, 1862, Susan Jeanne (who d. 1877, aged 39, dau. of the Hon. John Wilson, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Ontario. Issue, besides three daughters:
    1. Ernest Bayly, born at Nice, south of France, 30th April, 1863.
    2. Edward Bayly, b. 1st Oct., 1865; of University College, Toronto.

The Rev. Benjamin Bayly, mar. secondly, in 1860, Mrs. Mercer, dau. of Colonel John Brown, formerly a Captain in the 21st Scots Fusiliers. Issue: three daughters,—Elizabeth, Jessie, and Susana.