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Baker, Daniel Henry – Obituary

Word was received here last night of the death of a well-known former Mt. Pleasant man. Mr. Henry Baker passed away at the home of his daughter in Aurora, Ill, with whom he had been staying for the last few months [March 23, 1909]. Mr. Baker had not been in good health for some time prior to his death, and but a short time ago he suffered a severe paralytic stroke form which he partially recovered but which was the ultimate cause of his death. He will be brought here from Aurora tomorrow and the funeral services will be held Friday from the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Rath, on East Madison Street. He leaves three children, Mr. John Baker and Mrs. George Rath of this city and Mrs. Wilson of Aurora. Mt. Pleasant Daily News, March 24, 1909 FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT Friday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rath, on East Madison Street occurred the funeral of Mr. Henry Baker who died last Wednesday at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Wilson in Aurora. Rev. Nicholas was in charge of the services and spoke in a helpful way from scriptural passages also giving an outline of Mr. Baker’s life, a great part of which has been spent in Mt. Pleasant. He was for years in the employ of Dr. Pitcher, and was familiarly known to many...

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Genealogy of Eber Baker of Marion Ohio

Genealogy of Eber Baker N158 EBER BAKER: (see M157a); 1780-1864; b. at Bowdoin, Maine, d. at Marion, Ohio; m. Lydia Smith; m. (2), Susan Wilson. George W. (Rev.): 1803-1881; m. Louisa D. Davis; minister of the Free Will Baptist Church. Oscar E.: 1826-1893; m. Jane E. Powell; entered the ministry of the Free Will Baptist Church when eighteen; m. (2), Augusta E. Wilson. Ch.: George P. (1854-1873). Allen D.: 1828-1906; m. Alida Van Osten; m. (2), Elsie A. Dockey; m. (3), Lucinda F. Fowler; served in the 136th Ohio National Guard; was in garrison duty at a part of the defenses of Washington, south of the Potomac. Oscar Albertus: b. 1850; m. Emma Reitenour. Chester Allen Albertus; b. Union City, Ind., 1880; m. Anna Gottschall. Ch.: Ray Albertus (b. 1909). Eber S.: b. 1883; m. Mary E. Trimble; served in the Civil War and was in the battle of Gettysburg; held at Libby Prison and Belle Isle; Wichita, Kansas. Herman E.: b. 1865; m. Emma Soudermilk. Ch.: Howard Eber (b. 1904). Charles: 1804-1896; m. Mary Anderson; m. (2), Tacey Anderson; helped brother George build first house on the original town plot of Marion; first postmaster of Lima. Alonzo Walter: 1828-1878; m. Charlotte Peters; served four months as Major of the 136th O.N.G.; appointed Collector of Internal Revenue; probate judge of Van Wert county. Charles Eber: b. 1845; m. Susan...

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Genealogy of Howard Baker of Solon Maine

Genealogy of Howard Baker W170 HOWARD BAKER: b. in Maine, July 12, 1810; d. Jan. 1889-served in Civil War; m. on Dec. 9, 1840, to Maria Boice, of Maine, b. November 22, 1820, d. April 4, 1910, at time of marriage a school teacher in Cambridge, Mass.; 7 children. Gardiner Bowen: b. in Solon, Maine, Nov. 30, 1842; struck by truck and killed May 4, 1847. Mary Ella: b. in Solon, Me., Jan. 13, 1845, still living in Avon, Mass.; m. Ira May; 7 children. Alice: d. Sept., 1927. William: m. Pearl; 4 children-Emmery, Ira, Marion and Muriel. Emma: m.; d.; left no heirs. Mabel and Charles. 2 children died in infancy. Charles Howard: b. Solon, Me., Feb. 2, 1847; d. Aug. 1, 1918 served as drummer boy in Civil War, State Congressman in Mass.; 3 children-all living. Bessie M. Whipple of Swampscott, Mass. Chas. H. of Lynn. P. H. of Swampscott. Winfield Scott: b. Solon, Maine, March 24, 1849, d. May, 1917; m. Lydia; 2 children. Lottie: m. Arthur Barnes, who d. Apr., 1926, her present address is Orris St., Melrose Highlands, Mass. Child Lydia, b. Aug., 1914. Winfield: m. Alice Randall; 3 children. Helen: b. Aug. 31, 1900; d. July, 1922. Edith: b. Sept., 1905; d. Oct., 1905. Grace: b. Sept., 1908. Millard Fillmore: b. in Randolph, Mass., Jan. 6, 1851; m. Hattie Dizer; present address St....

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Genealogy of Nicholas Baker of Scituate Massachusetts

K155 NICHOLAS BAKER: b. in England, 1610; d. in Scituate, Mass., 1678; St. John’s College, Cambridge, Eng., 1632; M.A. 1635; ordained as a minister in Scituate, and served the Puritan Church there until death; may have married his first wife in Eng.; m. (2), 1663. Samuel: 1628-1714; m. Fear Robinson; m. (2), Abigail (Lathrop) Huntington; lived in Hull, Barnstable, Norwich, Conn., Windham and Windsor, Conn. John: 1672-1763; m. Anna Annable; purchased lands in Windham County, Conn., 1643. Samuel: 1706-1791; m. Prudence Jenkins. Samuel: 1740-1812; m. Lydia Smith; m. (2), Chloe Silsby; m. (3), Sarah Farnham; established a separatist church called the “Brunswick Church”. Erastus: b. 1764. Ephraim: b. 1766; m. Phebe Edgerton Abbott; m. (2), Mary Kelsey; moved from Windham Co., to Salisbury, and then to Catskill, N. Y. Henry: moved to North Carolina before the Civil War. Charles: 1790-1853; m. Eleanor Abeel; a capt. in the War of 1812; in 1838, located in Columbus Twp., St. Clair Co., Mich. Moses Cantine: 1823-1894; m. Clarisa Thurston, moved to Oceana Co., Mich. Ch.:  Ashley Cantine: b. 1849; m. Beatrice Woodward.  Henry Woodward (b. 1887; m. Elsie Phipps), Floyd Miller (b. 1897). Frank E.: b. 1851; m. Emma Hall; d. 1907; had Clyde Harvey (b. 1882). Garrett A.: m.; in 1883 lived near Marshville, Mich. Ch.: Everett; Albert; William; Moses Cantine. Henry Augustus: m.; d. at Port Huron, Mich., 1873. Charles Nelson: 1832-1875;...

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Genealogy of Elleazer Baker of Dutchess County NY

T164 ELLEAZER BAKER: b. 1735; Commissary in Revolutionary War; d. 1815. T165 DAVID BAKER: b. 1775, in Dutchess County, New York. Removed to Green Co.; settled 4 miles from Hall Family; m. Elizabeth Losee, b. 1779; d. 1834. T166 AMBROSE BAKER: b. August, 1803; m. 1825 to Polly Hall; moved to Coxsackie, situated upon the west bank of the Hudson River distant 21 miles below Albany. The Location became known as the Upper or Baker’s Landing, for it was there that he built a dock of log cribbing filled with stones, brush and dirt, extending several hundred feet out from the shore so that vessels might lay in deep water whilst loading or unloading. Harvey Hall: b. 1831 in Coxsackie; m. Nellie Goodenow Sept. 8, 1869; died at Davenport, Iowa. She was born 1847; d. 1923. Edwin L.: b. April 3, 1879; m. Ruth Emily Wheeler Dec. 7, 1924; 1. 5233 Monte Vista St., Los Angeles, Calif. Howard A.: b. Oct. 16, 1875; 1. 908 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, Ga. Ta164 ELLEAZER BAKER: m. and had the following children: William: m. Sophronia -. Newton. Erastus: m. Margaret Perry in Canada. William: m. Minnie Champney; m. (2), Alice Camp; lived at Rochester, N. Y. Ina May: m. Frank Smith and had Vivian (m. George Bush) and Graig. Craig. Edward. Charles: m. Clara Deyea and had Betty; resides Rochester....

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Genealogy of Joseph Baker of Marshfield Massachusetts

Z173. NICHOLAS BAKER: probable father of Z174 SAMUEL BAKER: made Freeman in 1657; m. Eleanor Winslow. Z175 KENELIN BAKER: b. 1657; m. Sarah Bradford. Z176. KENELIN BAKER: b. 1695; m. Patience Dolen. Z177 WILLIAM BAKER: b. Oct. 16, 1734; m. Hannah Lincoln. Z178 WILLIAM BAKER: b. Sept. 10, 1759; m. Abigail Low. Z179 JOSEPH BAKER: b. Marshfield, Mass., Sept. 24, 1794; m. Olive Cushing. Z180 JOSEPH BAKER: b. Marshfield, Mass., Feb. 27, 1827; m. Martha Jane Perrin. Sarah James: b. Thompson, Conn. a181 JAMES BAKER: b. Nov. 28, 1824; m. Lydia Ann Mentzer, b. Jan. 8, 1826; had John, James, Emma, Susie and Abraham. Abraham: b. July 21, 1860; m. Sophia Jane Graham (b. 1864) on Dec. 23, 1885. William: b. 1887; m. Elizabeth Fry. Beuford. James. Ralph: b. 1889. Arthur: b. 1890. b182. JACOB HULL BAKER: b. Jan. 10, 1838, in Allegany Co., Md.; m. Julia Harriett Dudley of Virginia. She was born Feb. 20, 1858, in Glade Hill. Was a breeder of thoroughbred horses; d. 1903. Thomas Dudley: b. Nov. 6, 1898, at Lyons, Mont. Graduate of the Montana State School of Mines in 1923. Mining engineer for the Anaconda Copper Mining Co. of Butte. Mary H.: b. Jan. 18, 1900, at Lyons, Mont.% 9Graduate of the University of Washington, and teacher of Art at the Montana State Normal School. c183 O. O. BAKER: descendant of a...

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Genealogy of Daniel Baker

B. Daniel Baker: 1780-1849; m. Elmina Hanford; l. In Whitestown, Jamesville, Oswega Co., Auburn and Chautauqua Co., N. Y., and thence to Leona, Winnebago Co., Ill. a. Leander Hanford : b. 1814; m. Martha C. Wing; graduated from the Univ. of Louisville (Ky.), 1842; served in Civil War as Brigade Surgeon in the Union Army; res. Belleville, Ill. Ch.: Leander Wing (b. 1853), Charles Hanford (b. 1856). b. Preserved Daniels: b. 1816; 1. at Durand, Ill. C. Preserved: 1782-1815; m. Lydia Cummings. D. Asa: b. 1791; m. Abigail Ridley. a. Samuel Ridley: b. 1828; m., Mary Bruner; 1. at Rockton, Ill. Ch.: Frank (1857), George (1859). 2. Abijah: 1749-1824; m. Esther Parker; m. (2), Phoebe Boyden; served in the army in the Revolutionary War. A. David: 1782-1861; m. Jemima Richardson; m. (2) Lucy Fairbands. held various military and civil offices in Franklin. a. Abijah Richardson: 1805-1876; grad. Amherst, 1830; D.D., Austin College, Texas, 1878; made valuable contributions to the literature of the Congregational denomination; m. Harriet Newell Woods. (I) George Stuart: b. 1838; grad. Union Theological Seminary, 1870; m. Margaret Coates; served in several different pastorates in N. Y. (II) Charles Richardson: b. 1842; grad. Cambridge Theological Seminary; m. Mary Sneden Schenck. (III) William Henry: b. 1845; grad. Harvard Medical School; professor of gynaecology there; m. Charlotte Ann Ball. Ch.: Roy Ball (1876); Harold Woods (1881). (IV) Walter: b....

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Genealogy of Thomas Baker of East Hampton Connecticut

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. Ch.: Winfield, Harold, William Kenneth. Benjamin Franklin: b. 1823; m. Mary Brundage. Aaron...

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Genealogy of Daniel Baker

Qa161 DANIEL BAKER: b. in England; m. Sarah Chase, 1740. Col. Jacob: reported to have served on General Washington’s staff, and at his death left an estate now reported to be worth about $800,000,000. Samuel: M.D.; b. 1742; m. Roda (Silliman) Weed, 1773. Isaac: M.D.; b. 1783, at Fairfield, Conn.; m. Susan Morgan Dodge (d. 1833); in 1804 Dr. Isaac surveyed, laid out and named the townsite of Bloomington, Ill.; was county surveyor, clerk of the court (held this office for fifteen years) ; served as postmaster for a great many years and was a much respected citizen; died at the age of 90 years, at the home of his son, LeRoy, Ill. Sidney Dodge: b. 1820; d. 1906, at Council Grove, Kansas; m. Laura A. Edwards, 1848. Frank W.: b. 1857, LeRoy, Ill.; m. Mary Hester Catherine Sherfey, 1878, at Bloomington, Ill.; now living at Anaheim, Calif. Emery Dodge: b. 1880, at Bloomington, Ill.; m. Cora May Kinkle; is a practicing physic;an and surgeon; now living in Spokane, Wash. Ch.: Catherine, Wooster and Emery, Jr. Fred Sherfey : b. 1884 at Rock Creek Ranch, Council Grove, Kansas; m. Alice Tedstone; now living in Ganado, Texas. Ch.: Rosalee and Theodore. Sidney Woods: b. 1885; m. Daisy Scribner; jeweler and optometrist; now living at Sheridan, Montana. Ch.: Frank. George Smith: b. 1887; m. Edna Bell; is an expert orange orchardist; now...

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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....

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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....

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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....

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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;...

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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....

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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....

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