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Notes for Henry William Bagley


1880 Census Place: Cumberland, Providence, Rhode Island Source: FHL Film 1255214 National Archives Film T9-1214 Page 130C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
William V. BAGLEY Self M M W 50 RI Occ: Blacksmith Fa: VT Mo: MA
Catherine BAGLEY Wife F M W 49 MA Occ: Keeping HouseFa: MA Mo: MA
William V. BAGLEY Son M S W 20 MA Occ: Clk. In Store Fa: RI Mo: MA
Henry BAGLEY Son M M W 25 MA Occ: Blacksmith Fa: RI Mo: MA
Sarah D. BAGLEY DauL F M W 24 RI Occ: At Home Fa: RI Mo: RI
Ellen F. BAGLEY Dau F D W 23 RI Occ: Wk.Thread Mill Fa: RI Mo: MA
Albert BAGLEY Sister F S W 14 MA Occ: At School Fa: RI Mo: MA
Charles F. BAGLEY GSon M S W 2 RI Fa: MA Mo: RI
Lillian SMITH GDau F S W 6 RI Occ: At School Fa: RI Mo: RI
Hanry Bagley one of the best known residents of this section, died at his residence of Bright's Disease on Saturday evening. For years, Mr. Bagley carried on his business between Loupdale and Berkley
The funeral of Henry Bagley was held yesterday (June 12, 1892) at his residence in Berkley, Rhode Island at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Prayers were said at the house after which the sad procession wound its way to the Emmanuel M. E. Church where the funeral session was addressed by the Pastor, Rev. Anderson. The church was filled by the relatives and friends of the deceased and floral tributes were many and beautiful. Dr. Alexander Randall, Fred Follet, Arthur Williamson, and Alfred Lincoln assisted as bearers and the internment was held immediately after the services at the church. Berkley and his many friends will be surprised to hear of his death.


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