Henry John Baker of Elemore Hall Durham England

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C121 OSWALD BAKER: of Durham.

C122 SIR GEORGE BAKER, KNT.: Recorder of Newcastle-on-Tyne; loyal defender of that town for King Charles; purchased Crook Hall about 1635; s. by son in 1667.

C123 GEORGE BAKER: of Crook Hall.

C124 GEORGE BAKER: b. 1654; m. heir of Wingate Grange, Co. Durham; d. 1699.

C125 GEORGE BAKER: M. P. for City of Durham; m. heiress of Elemore, Co. Durham; d. 1744.

C126 GEORGE BAKER: of Elemore Hall; m.; issue, (1) Isabella: only dau. and heiress,

C127 ISABELLA JUDITH BAKER: m. 1816 to cousin, Henry Tower.

C128 HENRY JOHN BAKER TOWER: b. 1822; assumed name of Baker, by royal license, 1844, in accordance with will of grandfather, George Baker; grant of arms of Baker and Tower quarterly; J. P. and D. L. for Co. Durham; High Sheriff, 1854; m. 1849; issue:

  1. Henry George Baker: b. 1850; d. 1905; m. 1872.
    1. George Reginald: b. 1874; d. y.
  2. George Conyers Baker: b. 1854; d. unm. at Mandalay, Upper Burmah.
  3. Ferdinand Baker: late of Elemore, C129.
  4. John Francis Baker: b. 1860; m. 1909.
    1. Isabella Mary Baker: b. 1910.
    2. Judith Christabel Baker: b. 1911.
  5. William Henry Baker: Vice-Adm. R. N.
    1. Henry Conyers Baker: b. 1912.
    2. Oswald Francis: b. 1914.
    3. Margaret Isabel Baker: b. 1911.
  6. Isabel Eliz. Baker: late of Elemore Hall, succeeded by deed of gift with her sister, 1896; d. 1911.
  7. Eva Conyers Baker: now of Elemore Hall, C130.
  8. Ada Eliz. Hunter: m. 1890.

C129 FERDINAND BAKER BAKER: b. 1858; d. unm., 1909; succeeded by sister by Deed of Gift in 1896.

C130 EVA CONYERS BAKER BAKER: of Elemore Hall.

MLA Source Citation:

Finished Round 1 Editing. Needs editorial work... some pages appear to be incomplete and there are errant %9 markers throughout work. Needs Index page. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 30 January 2015. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/genealogy/baker-of-elemore-hall.htm - Last updated on Apr 12th, 2013


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