|Source: Tom Burnell, Newspaper Obituary|
He was the son of Captain Edward Crosbie Bayly and Isabel Davison. On his will, his address was given as Killough Castle, Thurles, County Tipperary. His estate was left to his widowed mother.
School Obituary: 'Erasmian', December 1918
'LANCELOT M. BAYLY Capt. Lancelot M. Bayly, M.C., R.I.R. (1895-1902) died of
The Edinburgh Gazette 18th Sept, 1918
'BAYLY, LAUNCELOT MYLES. Rank: Lieutenant (Acting Captain). Regiment or Service: Royal Irish Rifles. Unit; 3rd((SDGW) 5th (CWGC) Battalion. Date of Death:22/10/1918. He won the Military Cross and is listed in the London Gazette. Died of wounds.
'Limerick Chronicle, July, 1915.
Mr L M Bayly, son of Mr E C Bayly, Killough Castle, Thurles, has obtained a commission in the 3rd Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment.
'Grave or Memorial Reference: IV. J. 21. Cemetery: Duhallow A. D. S. Cemetery in Belgium. Duhallow Advanced Dressing Station was a front line casualty clearing station for soldiers wounded in this (Ypres) sector. It was named after a Southern Irish Hunt. Although Michael [sic] is now interred here, he was originally buried in a temporary grave as this Cemetery did not exist until after he died.'
Source: Tom Burnell, military historian