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Anne Bailey (1742 – November 22, 1825) was a story teller and frontier scout who served in the fights of the American Revolutionary War and the Northwest ...

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Anne Hennis Trotter Bailey is known as Mad Anne for her acts of bravery and heroism that were considered to be somewhat eccentric for a woman of her time.

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All that was earthly of Anne Bailey, the Pioneer heroine of the Great Kanawha Valley, that has not crumbled to dust, has been removed to Point Pleasant and ...

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Ann Bailey, née Ann Hennis, (born 1742, Liverpool, Eng.—died Nov. 22, 1825, Gallia county, Ohio, U.S.), American scout, a colourful figure in fact and legend ...

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Sep 17, 2018 ... Ann Hennis Trotter Bailey, better known as “Mad Ann”, was a colorful figure, scout, spy, and Indian fighter during the colonial Indian Wars and ...

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Nov 27, 2017 ... Staunton resident Mad Anne Bailey singlehandedly saved Fort Lee during the Revolutionary War. Read about her remarkable life!

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The story of Anne Bailey's life is interwoven with local folklore, but her place as a pioneer heroine is unquestioned. In 1791 what is today West Virginia was ...

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May 10, 2017 ... Named in honor of Anne Hennis-Trotter Bailey. You may click on any photo to view a larger version. Fearless Pioneer. Frontierswoman,.

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Anne Hennis Trotter Bailey (ca. 1742–22 November 1825), legendary frontier character, was said to have been born Anne Hennis in Liverpool, England, and to  ...