The Henry Pearl Talmadge House

Netherwood Heights, Plainfield, New Jersey

paige Bailey


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I am married to Edward Bailey, One of the Bailey Boys that was mentioned in Mr. Tedesco's post in reference to Mr. Henry Talmadge.

The Bailey Boys Edward and Robert both knew Mr. Talmadge and Ms. Marks. In their teen yrs. had approached them if they needed odd jobs done maybe keep them in mind. After that brief introduction, they then got hired to do odd job's for Mr. Talmadge.  Raking leaves, cleaning gutters, chopping and splitting wood, vacuuming here and there. Also Ed told me of the fun  times he and his brother had they would climb the spiral staircase to the Bell Tower and they could see Two Guys from the tower during their breaks.  Ed and on  Robert,s sister Bernadine, also spent time checking on him from time to time and occasion cooking meals for him.

She in fact in one of her days of checking had come to find no answer and could not get the door opened, out of concern, she had called the police and when they came, got access it was sad to say the Ms Marks was found already passed away in the upstairs bedroom. Mr. Talmadge, had apparently fallen and was found on the floor to where he was then taken to the hospital and later in a nursing home where it  would be the last time my husband saw him during a visit they had. Later finding out Mr. Talmadge had passed later that week on that week. The Bailey boys and their family became close with Mr. Talmadge and Ms. Marks and would spend time together at gatherings and have dinner together. The boys had the same birthday as Mr. Talmadge and would spend their Birthdays being celebrated together.  The stories that Ed has told me sound like precious memories he has of Mr. Talmadge and Ms Marks and the times they spent doing chores for them. I had told him that he was very blessed to have been a part of Mr. Talmadge's life even though just a few years of it. 

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2 Comments

Reply TonyT
5:55 PM on April 30, 2011 
Wow. So nice to hear from and of you. I must have crossed paths with your husband and his brother but I'm not sure if we met. Ms Marks held them in high regard and was always talking of them. I had thought someone from the Bailey family had discovered the sad end to Ms marks and mr. Talmadges sorry condition. Best regards
Reply paige Bailey
5:29 PM on April 30, 2011 
The Bailey Boys Edward and Robert both knew Mr. Talmadge and Ms. Marks. In their teen yrs. had approached them if they needed odd jobs done maybe keep them in mind. After that brief introduction, they then got hired to do odd job's for Mr. Talmadge. Raking leaves, cleaning gutters, chopping and splitting wood, vacuuming here and there. Also Ed told me of the fun times he and his brother had they would climb the spiral staircase to the Bell Tower and they could see Two Guys from the tower during their breaks. Ed and on Robert,s sister Bernadine, also spent time checking on him from time to time and occasion cooking meals for him.

She in fact in one of her days of checking had come to find no answer and could not get the door opened, out of concern, she had called the police and when they came, got access it was sad to say the Ms Marks was found already passed away in the upstairs bedroom. Mr. Talmadge, had apparently fallen and was found on the floor to where he was then taken to the hospital and later in a nursing home where it would be the last time my husband saw him during a visit they had. Later finding out Mr. Talmadge had passed later that week on that week. The Bailey boys and their family became close with Mr. Talmadge and Ms. Marks and would spend time together at gatherings and have dinner together. The boys had the same birthday as Mr. Talmadge and would spend their Birthdays being celebrated together. The stories that Ed has told me sound like precious memories he has of Mr. Talmadge and Ms Marks and the times they spent doing chores for them. I had told him that he was very blessed to have been a part of Mr. Talmadge's life even though just a few years of it.