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Genealogy of George Baker of Pownal Vermont

George Baker of Pownal Vermont R 162 GEORGE BAKER: probably b. in Mass., about 1730; lived in Pownal, Vt., 1766; was one of the signers of a petition to the king (1766); served in the Revolutionary War in Company of Capt. Joseph Briggs (Vermont Revolutionary Rolls, p. 88). Daniel: b. about 1760. Nathan: b. 1785; m. Hannah Wood. Betsy: b. 1786; m. John Richardson. George: b. 1789; m. Susan Nott. Asa: b. 1792; m. James Green. Lory: b. 1794; m. Elizabeth Lamb. Lydia: b. 1796; m. Jeptha Baker. Hannah: b. 1798; m. Benjamin Howe. Polly: b. 1791; m. Josiah Guiles. Aaron. Anna. William: said to have gone to Phila., where he became very rich. Charles: d. unm. Edward: m. Hannah Mumford. Ch.: Mumford, Belinda, George, Mary, Arnold. Thomas: (1768-1838); m. Sarah Watson. Leonard: (1792-1838); m. Deborah Burnside. James. Jerome. Warren: m. Marcella Tillson. Cora: b. 1870; m. Frank Lull. Ch.: Ruth Lull. Ralph: b. 1872; d. 1919; m. Mary Winsor. Ch.: Myrtle and R. Arthur. Byron W.: b. 1874; formerly Principal of the New York Public Schools; now m. Social Service work; m. Lucia Marvin. Louise: b. 1902; teacher m. the Brearley School. Alice: b. 1903; graduate of Columbia Medical School; now on the staff of the Presbyterian Hospital, New York City. Bessie: b. 1876; m. Fred Carter. Ch.: Thomas, Alice and Camilla. Alice: b. 1878; d. 1913; m. Harvey Miller. Ch.: Marcella and Robert. Mae: b. 1882; unm. Allen: b. 1793. Reed: b. 1795; d. 1872; m. Julia Harrison. Russel: b. 1798; m. Maria Thomas. Hannah: b. 1799; d. 1818. Windsor: b. 1802. Clark W.: b. 1804; d....

Genealogy of Richard Baker

H152 RICHARD BAKER: the first American ancestor of those known distinctively as of the Dorchester family of Baker; arrived in this country from England, 1635; m. Faith Withington about 1639; made a Freeman of the colony 1649; a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company; nearly every year from 1642-85 his name is on record as exercising some office in the town administration of Dorchester; d. 1689. (1) John: 1643-1690; m. Preserver Trott; home occupied as a barrack for American troops during the siege of Boston: an efficient townsman. (A) John: 1671-1745; owned extensive farming tracts; m. Hannah Withington. (a) James: 1713-1776; m. Priscilla Paul; inherited homestead; an extensive farmer. 1. James: 1739-1825; grad. Harvard, 1760; m. Lydia Bowman; practiced as a physician; established a country store; in 1772 began the manufacture of chocolate at Dorchester Lower Mills. A. Edmund: 1770-1846; m. Sarah Howe; m. (2), Mrs. Elizabeth Lillie (Vose); took charge of the chocolate manufacture. a. Walter: 1792-1852; graduated from Harvard 1811; began study of Law at Litchfield, Conn., ran profitable woolen manufacturing business during war with England; in 1824 took sole charge of chocolate manufacture, and under new style of “Walter Baker”, it became prosperous and widely known; m. Deborah Smith Mott; m. (2), Eleanor Jameson Williams. (I) Walter: 1827-1887; m. Frances Cordelia Temlett. Ch.: (1) Walter Sydney: has been a resident of England from boyhood; m. Kitty Constance Barling. Ch.: Sydney Tremlett (b. 1888). b. Horatio: 1797-1845; m. Mary A. Soutbwortb. (I) James Edmund: b. 1821; m. Lucinda M. Gardiner; res. in Ohio. (II) Horace: b. 1833; m. Susan C. Cole; served in Civil War; for...

Genealogy of James Baker

(a) Preserved: 1711-1777; m. Martha Harrington; owned and occupied the homestead property. 1. James: 1742-1803; last of the name of Baker to own and occupy the ancient dwelling house built by Richard for his son John. A. Samuel: b. 1778; m. Charlotte Muncreef. 2. Samuel: 1744-1819; m. Elizabeth Clapp; m. (2), Sarah Clark. A. Eleazer: 1784-1853; m. Susan Munroe; an ingenious mechanic. a. George Washington: 1824-1888; m. Frances L. Shedd; m. (2), Elizabeth Abbot Daland; engaged in some form of mercantile business. Ch.: Charles Daland (b. 1872). 3. Preserved: 1746-1842; m. Submit Clapp. A. John: 1780-1843; m. Patty Ellis; high sheriff of Norfolk County, appointed 1813. a. George Ellis: 1816-1887; m. Eveline M. Stevens; private secretary to gov. of New York, 1855-56; in political and personal affiliation with William H. Seward, Horace Greeley and Thurlow Weed; during President Lincoln’s administration was “disbursing agent” of the dept. of State. (1) George Fisher: b. 1840; m. Florence Tucker; elected president of the First National Bank of New York City, 1877. Ch.: George Fisher: b. 1878. b. John Joy: b. 1822; m. Harriette Pearson Titcombe. (1) Alfred Titcomb: b. 1861; m. Mattie M. Nichols. Ch.: Harold Titcomb: b. 1888. c. Fisher Ames: b. 1837; graduated from Dartmouth 1859; admitted to the Bar 1860; served in the Civil War and retired as lieut.-col.; m. Catherine Whiting Fisher. B. Benjamin: 1786-1857; m. Lydia Thayer. (b) Samuel: 1719-1759; m. Johanna Kiteley; employed in the paper making business. 1. Samuel: 1751-1838; m. Patience Jones; paper making and later a toll gate keeper. A. Edward: b. 1786; m. Susan Gilman Young; in 1838 he sailed from Eastport...

Genealogy of Francis Baker of St. Albans England

J154. FRANCIS BAKER: m. Isabel Twining, 1641; from St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. Nathaniel: 1642-1691. Samuel: b. 1670; m. Elizabeth Berry. Judah: b. 1705; m. Mercy Burgess. Timothy: b. 1732; m. Keziah Davis. Eleazer: b. 1756; m. Reliance Hopkins. Zoath: b. 1779. Timothy: b. 1760; m. Abigail Linnell. Nathan: b. 1785; m. Cynthia West. Eleazer: b. 1787; m. Phebe Hallet. Timothy: b. 1789; m. Abigail L. Freeman. Joshua: b. 1792. Davis: b. 1762; m. Lydia Hopkins. Roland: 1788. Joshua: 1766. E. Luke: b. 1770. Barnabas: b. 1734; m. Melinda Smith. Barnabas (1757); Smith (1759); Elkanah (1761). Judah: b. 1742/3; m. Mary Look. Allen: b. 1768; m. Rebecca Baxter. Judah: b. 1771. Francis: b. 1773; m. Deborah ……. Ch.: Francis (b. 1802), Joseph (b. 1803). Barnabas (1777); Heman (1779); Joseph (1782). Francis: b. 1710/11; m. Susannah Baker. Bethuel: b. 1735. Samuel: b. 1714/15; m. Jane Gage; m. (2), Patience Ryder. Isaiah: b. 1739; m. Experience Crowell. Isaiah: b. 1771; m. Abigail Burgess. Theophilus (1773); John (1775). Ebenezer (1778). Crowell: b. 1780; m. Aliance Chase. Samuel (1782). Heman: b. 1741; m. Temperance Baker. Ch.: Samuel (1769); Heman (1771). Moses: b. 1743; m. Thankful Gray. Alden: b. 1770; m. Lydia Hallet. Ch.: Jonathan (b. 1836), David (b. 1848). Moses (1774). Cleophus (1778). Theophilus: b. 1748; m. Bethiah Sears. Ch.: Josiah (b. 1780; m. Mary Hallet). Nathaniel: b. 1672; m. Elizabeth Baker. Jacob: 1707-1803; m. Thankful Chase. Daniel: b. 1733; m. Temperance Gage. Amos: b. 1758; m. Amy Coleman; m. (2), Mary Studley. Davenport Kingsley: b. 1788; m. Deborah Eldridge. Major Dimmick: b. 1800. Daniel: b. 1767; m. Polly Hopkins. Ch.: Elkanah Hopkins (b....

Genealogy of Timothy Baker

Part of the law firm of Smith, Baker, Efller & Eastman; had issue: (1) Bessie (b. March 22, 1884); m. June 26, 1907, Frank Norton Spencer. (2) Pauline (b. Dec. 3, 1885); unm. (3) Herbert Howard (b. Sept. 24, 1888); m. 1913, Katharine Menzies Kinsey; grad. from Yale College; is at present Vice-President and Sec. of the Libbey Owens Glass Co. of Toledo. Ch.: Herbert Howard, Jr. (b. May 22, 1915), Katharine Menzies (b. Nov. 26, 1916), Richard (b. Oct. 15, 1921). (4) Marjorie (b. Sept. 8, 1898); m. Oct. 7, 1924, Aaron Barrows Cutting of Montclair, N. J. c. Timothy: b. 1824; m. Elizabeth Raymond; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. d. Charles Henry: b. 1828; Toledo, O. e. George: b. 1832; m. Fidelia Latimer; Toledo, O.; nurseryman. B. Abner: b. 1791; m. 1817, Eunice Hall. C. Edward: b. 1794; m. Lucena Whitney; m. (2), Lucinda Goodhue; d. 1849. a. Timothy: a dentist at Marysville, Cal. D. Artemas: b. 1798; m. Lucy Leonard; blacksmith and farmer. a. Abner W.: b. 1828; m. Mary A. Cronkhite; res. Watertown, N. Y. Ch.: George 1. (b. 1855). b. Artemas L.: b. 1835; went to California in 1852; miner. E. Theodore: b. 1801; m. Almira Morse; removed to Norwalk, O., where he was a prominent man; 1862 removed to Cleveland, where he and son, Homer, are in the tanning business; m. (2), Margaret Williams. a. Asahel Morse: b. 1828; m. Martha P. Sprague; leased a cotton plantation in Arkansas. b. Henry: b. 1830; m. Maria C. Hall; Tanner in Norwalk, O. c. Daniel Waters: b. 1832; commission merchant in Chicago. d. Abner: b. 1836;...

Genealogy of Francis and Paul Baker

Genealogy of Paul Baker C. Phineas (1786). 4. Paul: b. 1758; m. Elizabeth …… ; had Paul (b. 1789). 5. Jethro: b. 1755. (e) Lot: b. 1721/2; m. Desire Baker. 1. Lot: b. 1746; m. Elizabeth Wixon; m. (2), Hannah Snow. 2. Hezekiah: b. 1749; m. Abigail Weeks; had Barzillai (b. 1780), Hezekiah (b. 1791). 3. Stephen: b. 1754. 4. Theodore: b. 1757. 5. Abij ah : b. 1764. (B) Jonathan. (C) Isaac. (3) Daniel: b. 1650; m. Elizabeth Chase. (A) Daniel: b. 1675. (B) Samuel: b. 1676; m. Patience ……. (a) Shubal: b. 1710; m. Lydia Stuart. 1. Silvanus: b. 1734/5; m. Hannah Burgess; m. (2), Jane Crowell. A. Silvanus: b. 1757; m. Phebe Chase. Ch.: Sylvanus (b. 1788), Richard (b. 1790). B. Bethuel: b. 1761; m. Rhoda Farris. Ch.: Freeman (b. 1788; m. Olive Studley), Bethuel (1790), Farris (1793), Thomas (1795), Morris (1798). C. Obadiah: b. 1765; m. Mary Kelley; m. (2), Nabby Hopkins. Ch.: Obadiah (1793), Jehial (1797), Oren (1800), Lewin (1803), John Hopkins (1812). D. Jonathan: b. 1770; m. Huldah Downs; drowned at sea, 1809. Ch.: Hiram (1799), Baxter (1803), Zebulon (1809). 2. Shubal: b. 1741; m. Rebecca Chase; m. (2), Elizabeth Chase. A. Archelus: b. 1767; m. Mehitable Chase. B. Shubal: b. 1772; m. Mercy Smalley. C. Ezra: b. 1774; m. Susannah Gage. D. Michal: b. 1776; d. 1796. E. Ensigh: b. 1779; m. Sally Nickerson. F. Silvanus: b. 1786; m. Bethia Crowell. (b) Hezekiah: b. 1715; m. Mary Stuart. (c) Samuel: b. 1732; m. Rebecca Baker. 1. Samuel: b. 1759. 2. Zephaniah: b. 1761. 3. Thacher: b. 1767. (4) William: m. Mercy ……...

Genealogy of Edward Baker of Saugus Massachusetts

G151 EDWARD BAKER: farmer; settled on the south side of “Baker’s Hill”, Saugus (then Lynn), Mass., 1630; undoubtedly came in the fleet under Gov. Winthrop; admitted a Freeman, 1638; m. Joan (d. 1693); d. 1687. Joseph: m. Ruth Holton, 1662; he and eldest son, Joseph, killed by Indians, 1675; had five ch. John: b. 1645; m. Abigail Fisher; settled in Dedham; d. 1719. Samuel: b. 1673; m. Mary Aspinwall; inherited lands in Northampton; d. 1717. Ch.: Daniel (b. 1717; m. Elizabeth Allis; d. 1798). John: b. 1677; m. Sarah Whiting; d. 1768. Timothy: b. 1708; m. Abigail Pond; d. 1786. Jabez: m. Hannah Morse. Jabez: b. 1771; m. Abigail Burridge; d. 1854. Jabez: b. 1799; m. Ann Burridge. Ch.: George Warren (b. 1824). Nathaniel: settled in Belchertown, Mass. Ch.: Hinsdale, Leonard (settled in N. Y.), Ira, Ivers, Hadassah. Timothy: b. 1745; m. Cynthia Onion; assisted in building Forts in South Boston during the Revolutionary War; d. 1831. Aaron: b. 1778; m. (1), Hannah Gay Baker; m. (2), Roxy Whiting; capt. of a Militia Company in West Dedham; d. 1856. Lusher Gay: b. 1807; m. Elizabeth P. Sanford. Ch.: George Ellis (b. 1834; m. Ellen Smith), Lusher Gay (b. 1850). Samuel Whiting: b. 1817; m. Rachel Cole. Charles Richmond: b. 1841; m. Sarah E. Smith. Ch.: Frederick Augustus (b.1856). Aaron W.: b. 1845. Edwin Whiting: b. 1849. Eustis: b. 1824; m. L. Adeline Woodward. Ch.: Willie Whitney; b. 1856. Granville: b. 1829; m. Mary K. Blenn. Obed: b. 1784; m. Betsey Metcalf, who was first straw braider in this country. Joel Metcalf: b. 1808; m. Elizabeth Noyes. Francis Metcalf: b....

Bakers in the American Revolution

Officers of the Continental Army Amos Baker (Conn.). Surgeon’s Mate of Bradley’s Connecticut State Regiment, May to December, 1776. David (N. J.). 1st Lieutenant of Spencer’s Continental Regiment, 1st May, 1777; resigned 6th April, 1778. David (Mass.). Private in Lexington Alarm, April, 1775; Sergeant of Heath’s Massachusetts Regiment, May to December, 1775; Sergeant 24th Continental Infantry, 1st January, 1776; 2d Lieutenant, 8th October, 1776; 1st Lieutenant 9th Massachusetts, 1st January, 1777; resigned 28th December, 1777. Henry (Md.). 2d Lieutenant 5th Maryland, Ist August, 1781; transferred to 2d Maryland, 1st January, 1783; retained in Maryland Battalion, April, 1783, and served to 15th November, 1783. Hugh (Pa.). Lieutenant Pennsylvania Militia, ; was a prisoner in 1780. James (Pa ). 3d Lieutenant 1st Pennsylvania Battalion of the Flying Camp, July to December, 1776. (Name also spelled Barker.) James (Va.). Ensign; killed at Stony Point 1st June, 1779. Jesse (S. C.). 1st Lieutenant 2d South Carolina, – January, 1777; Captain, 2d October, 1778; was in 3d South Carolina in May, 1780; taken prisoner at Charleston 12th May, 1780. John (Ga.). Captain Georgia Riflemen, 8th January, 1776; Colonel Georgia Militia; wounded at Bull Swamp 8th November, 1778, and was in service to January, 1783. John (Mass.). Captain of Little’s Massachusetts Regiment, May to December, 1775; Captain 12th Continental Infantry, 1st January to 31st December, 1776. John (Mass.). 1st Lieutenant of Baldwin’s Artillery Artificer Regiment, 18th February, 1778. John (Mass.). Lieutenant of Colonel W. R. Lee’s Continental Regiment Ist July, 1777; resigned 1st March, 1779. John, Jr. (Mass.). Sergeant in Lexington Alarm, April, 1775; Captain in Gerrish’s Massachusetts Regiment, April to December, 1775. John, Jr....

Prominent American Bakers of Today

ALFRED BRITTIN BAKER: Clergyman; b. Matawan, N. J.; 1836; s. Elishu 0., Dean of the Cathedral of the Diocese, 1919; Trustee Burlington Coll., and St. Mary’s Hall. Add.: Princeton, N. J. ALFRED LANDON: broker; b. N. S. Can., 1859; s. Addison; pres. Chicago Stock Exchange. Add.: Chicago. ALFRED ZANTZINGER: illustrator; writer. ANTHONY GEORGE: M.D. ARCHIBALD MCEACHERN: surgeon. ARTHUR LATHAM:mathematician; b, Cincinnati, 1853; s. John G.; head of dept. of mathematics, Manual Training High School, Brooklyn; 1901-17. Add.: Rye, NY. ARTHUR MULFORD: clergyman, editor; b. Wapakoneta, 0.; 1880; s. John Mulford; Chaplain 120th Inf., U.S.A. with A.E.F., 1918-19; capt. Co. K. 151st Ind. N.G.; 1923-24. Add.: Phila., Pa. ASHER CARTER: captain U.S.N.; retired. BENTON: lawyer; b. Bismarck, N.D., 1889; s. Isaac P.; desc. of John B. of Pa., Revolutionary soldier; Dir. U. S. Fuel Administration 1917-19. Add.: Bismarck, N.D. BERTHA KUNZ: lecturer, dramatic reader. PERCY BRYANT: sculptor; b. London, Eng.; 1881; s. John; executed bust and heroic statue of King Edward, VII; made busts from life of President Wilson. Add.: New York City. SAMUEL BURTIS: artist; b. Boston, Mass., 1882; s. Samuel Burtis; now istr. Corcoran Sch. of Art, Washington, D. C., and asst. prof. of coil. of fine arts, George Washington Univ. Add.: Washington. CHARLES FULLER: Zoologist. CHARLES HINCKLEY: civil engr., b. 1864; now deceased. CHARLES SAMUEL: lawyer; b. nr. Azalia, Ind.; 1855;  Thomas N.; mem numerous learned and social organizations, incl. Am. Bar Masons, Ind. Add.: Columbus IN CHARLES WHITING: civil engineer. CHAUNCEY BROOKE: army officer; b. Lancaster, O.; 1860; s. Emanuel Ruffner; capt. U.S.A., 1899; author of numerous articles, incl. “Transportation of Troops and Material”. Add.: Bexley,...

Prominent Bakers of American, Past Generations

ABIJAH R. BAKER: clergyman; b. Franklin, Mass., 1805. He was pastor of the Congregational Church at Medford, Mass., in 1836, and in 1849 assumed a pastorate in Lynn; was author of many books, including “The School History of the United States”, “The Catechism Tested by the Bible”, and “O Question Book on the Sermon on the Mount”. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: musician; b. Wenham, Mass., 1811; from 1842 to 1848 was supt. of musical instruction in the grammar schools. He introduced music into public schools of Lowell and Lawrence; became editor of Boston Musical Journal; and, from its foundation in 1857, was principal of Boston Music School. DANIEL: soldier; b. about 1775; brevetted Major for gallantry at the battle of Brownstone. After war of 1812, he was promoted to rank of LieutenantColonel of 6th infantry, and commanded that regiment at the battle of Bad Axe River, in the Black Hawk War, 1832. D. Detroit, Mich., 1836. DANIEL: clergyman; b. Midway, Liberty Co., Ga., 1791; resigned as pastor Presbyterian church in Harrisburg, Va., 1821, and later went to Washington, D. C., where he lived until 1828; after 1830 traveled in South a s evangelist and settled in Austin, Texas, where he founded and was 1st Pres. of a college; author of several books. D. Austin, Tex., 1857. DAVID JEWETT: lawyer; b. East Haddam, Conn., 1792; admitted to bar in 1819, he began to practice in Kaskaskia, Ill., and was made probate judge of Randolph Co. He was U. S. Senator, 1830-31, and U. S. District Attorney for Ill., 1833-1841. EDWARD DICKENSON: soldier; b. London, Eng., 1811; came to U. S. when 5...
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