Bayly and Tailer

the Bayly and Tailer family tree is quite complex so anything possibly linked to their family will be added here until their story becomes clearer. Suffice to say their main place here is their link to Stowupland Hall


In 1784 Issac Bayly together with several others formed the New Fire – Office Company see 1784 fire insurance doc

3 May, 1817. “Thursday died at his home in Stowupland, J.B. Tailer esq aged 65. he was a christian from conviction, an active friend of religion and the poor, attached to the principles of civil and religious liberty, andan deared to all who knew him by the kindness of his disposition, and the urbanity of his manners.

26th September 1818, at Stowupland – The genuine Household furniture & in-door effects of J.B.Tailer esq dec, Of Stowupland.

1 July 1820- Estate late the property of J.B. Tailer esq brick-built mansion etc also farmhouse, 2 cottages &213 acres. Attached to the estate are the manors of Thorney Keebles, Thorney campsey etc – 2 miles from Stowmarekt.

2 Feb 1821, atSstowupland – Sale of all the valuable agricultural effects of J.B. Tailer Esq.