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Genealogy of Thomas Baker of East Hampton Connecticut

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Genealogy of Thomas Baker 1153 THOMAS BAKER: came from England in 1639 and was enrolled as a “Free Planter” at Milford, one of the original six towns of the New Haven Colony, on the organization of that town, 1639; in 1650 purchased property and real estate in Easthampton, a settlement that was begun in 1649; wrote his name “Backer”, and it was so written in both the Easthampton Patents and in many places in the early Easthampton records. His son Thomas appears to have written his name without the “c”, and it has been so written by the descendants of Thomas for at least a hundred and fifty years; Hobart House was built in 1682; 1618-1700; m. Alice Dayton, 1643. Thomas: 1654-1735; m. Ann Topping. Nathaniel: bapt. 1699. Micah: bapt. 1700. Samuel: 1702-1767; m. Mercy Schellinger. Samuel: b. 1729. Jacob: b. 1732. Jonathan: 1736-1820; m. Mary Barker; separated in 1770, and a divorce followed; m. (2), Sarah Morris. Samuel: 1763-1842; m. Elizabeth Daniels; captured by Indians in 1777, and sold to an officer on the staff of General Burgoyne; one of few Americans present at the formal surrender of Burgoyne and his army to General Gates at Saratoga; served in the Revolutionary War. William: 1791-1863; m. Eunice Conger. Azariah: 1819-1863; m. Harriet Kennedy. Hugh. John K....

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