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1898 Born in Newport, Mon, son of Charles Henry Bailey
1917 Second Lieutenant George B. Bailey R.F.C. was awarded flying certificate #4744 at Ruffy-Baumann School, Acton.
WWI Awarded D. F. C. Promoted to Captain R.A.F.
1919 An R. A. F. Captain, when he was admitted to the Freemasons
1924 Married Dorothy M Davies in London
At some point he took on the leadership of C. H. Bailey
1939 Ship owner, Managing Director of Marine engineers; chairman of dry dock company, lived in Pontypool with Margaret Dorothy Bailey, John Cecil Bailey, Margaret Elaine Bailey
1950s Group Captain George B. Bailey was responsible for starting the dry dock operations of C. H. Bailey in Malta.
1969 Died in Beaulieu, Hants