At the time of the 1901 England Census Charles Bailey, age 19, born in Bishop Stortford Herts, was with his parents at 5 Cassington St., Canterbury Kent.
At the time of the 1911 England Census Charles Bailey, age 29, coffee stall assistant, and wife of 7 years Rhoda, age 30 (mother of 2 children), were living in Fulham London. With them were sister Daisy Bailey (20), domestic servant, and children: Albert Richard (6) and Henry Charles (3).
In Jul 1912 Charles Bailey was present at the marriage of his sister Daisy Harriett Bailey to George Edgar Harvey Cox in Hammersmith London.
In the 1939 Register Charles Bailey (b. 28 Aug 1881), market gardener (own account), and wife Rhoda E Bailey (b. 31 Oct 1880), assisting husband general land work, were living in "Sunnyside," Gravelly Road, Kingswood, Kent. At the same address were [children] Lilian E Dickason (b. 23 Oct 1913), married, unpaid domestic duties, and her husband Edward N Dickason (b. 31 May 1916), carpenter and joiner (wood), and one record officially closed.