Carlton Bailey Obituary, Death – Attorney Carlton Hamilton Bailey belonged to the Bailey family and was a member of the firm. Barbara (Collins) Bailey, his devoted wife, passed away on January 8, 2014. Their marriage began on the 15th of December 1937 and lasted until the 10th of June 2023. Beginning on the 15th of December in 1937, she had been living with him. It was she who had passed away previously, before he did. His children, Judith Bailey of London, Michael Bailey of London, who is married to Deborah Bailey, and Janet Bulmer of Denfield, who is married to David Bulmer,
will miss him greatly. Michael is married to Deborah Bailey. Janet is married to David Bulmer. Michael Bailey is married to Judith Bailey, and Judith’s husband Michael Bailey is married to Deborah Bailey. a grandfather who is adored by his grandsons Tyler and Spencer Bulmer and who is completely devoted to caring for them as they grow up. Carlton Bailey was preceded in death by his parents, Adam Bailey and Gertrude (née Drennan) Bailey, as well as by his five brothers: William, Henry, Harold (Margaret), Robert (Georgina), and Colin (Margaret).
Carlton Bailey also had five sisters who died before him: Margaret, Gertrude, Henry, and Margaret. In addition to this, his grandparents were already gone when he was born. Many people, including his nieces and nephews, members of his extended family, acquaintances, and neighbors, will remember and miss him with a great degree of fondness because of the impact he had on their lives. On the evening of Tuesday, June 13th, 2023, there will be a visitation held at DENNING’S OF AILSA CRAIG between the hours of 6:30 and 8:00 pm.
AILSA CRAIG is the address of the funeral home that serves the area. On Wednesday, June 14th, 2023 at 11:00 am, the visitation will begin at the funeral home one hour before the funeral ceremony will begin. The funeral service is scheduled to begin at eleven in the morning, and it will take place at the funeral home. In place of sending flowers, expressions of condolence in the form of cash contributions to organizations such as the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Alzheimer’s Society, or a charity of the donor’s choosing would be very much appreciated by the family of the deceased individual.