2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

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Elizabeth Daplyn Bailey April 17, 1923 - November 21, 2019

Elizabeth Daplyn Bailey

Bailey, Elizabeth D. age 96, passed away on November 21, 2019. Elizabeth was born in London England to Percival and Annie Marshall. Elizabeth was married to Glen Bailey for 46 years. She was preceded in death by husband; parents; siblings, Frederick Marshall, Herbert Marshall, Sylvia Covelle and Peggy Roberts. Elizabeth is survived by children, Marshall (Charlene) Bailey, Beverly (Jamie) Judd and Charles (Peggy) Bailey; 7 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; 7 great-great-grandchildren. Elizabeth will be loved and cherished by a host of family and friends.

Elizabeth had served in the British Army during World War II supporting the War effort as a Nurse and Commanders Driver. 

Friends may call from 10 am until Memorial Services at 11 am on Monday, 9th of December, 2019 at The Arlington Memorial Gardens, Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel, 2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231.

Map to the Garden of Meditation

Friends may call from 10 am until Memorial Services at 11 am on Monday, 9th of December, 2019 at:

The Arlington Memorial Gardens, Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel
2145 Compton Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231


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    Marshall Bailey says

    To my mother, family and friends, sorry I could not make it to the services, dew to COPD, stomach problems.
    And I want to thank all who came.

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    Sharon K./Louise G. says

    We will forever miss your wit and humor during our OASIS fellowship @ Bible Baptist Church. May our Saviour and LORD forever hold you close until we meet again!

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    Malcolm says

    A true English Rose if ever there was. I will miss you Betty. Withn Love Malcolm

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    Ann Ogden says

    So many good memories of our Lady Elizabeth ❤️

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      Felicia B says

      Thank you for being my safe place when I was younger. It makes me happy knowing that your now in a place where you’re no longer in pain and that you walk with God. I still can’t believe you’re gone, but I’ll always cherish the time I got to spend with you. Sending all of my love to your close family and friends. I love you. ❤️

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    Cindy Bosse says

    Betty was a beautiful lady in so many ways. She had her priorities in order: God, family, then friends. We loved her positive attitude and humor. Her life was a blessing to many. Cindy and Denny Bosse

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    Valerie Wilson says

    Lady Elizabeth traveled many roads, face-book participant!, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, great great grandmother, wife and then widow, British patriot…all the while holding firm to the Lord and her faith! I surely hope she tells Glen and Angie a big “HI” from all of us! “Always loved….never forgotten….forever missed”….Jeremiah 29:11

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    Sarah Gray says

    I have wonderful memories of visiting my grandmother, Lucille Reider, and Mrs. Bailey visiting with her. She was a wonderful woman. My prayers to her family.

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    Andrea Frey says

    Mom I will miss your smiling face, your love and kindness.

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