Ancestry Of Marie Antoinette Baker 
Wife Of Fellowes Davis

Both are buried in the South Road Cemetery near the Baptist Church, and within a short distance of the modest house he first built and lived in during his early years in Salisbury. The latter part of his life was passed in the Baker Homestead, a more pretentious structure built on a tract of some 200 acres, formerly the John Collins Farm and which afterwards was owned by J. Dimond. His children were:

  • Daniel, b. July 5th, 1780.

  • Anne, b. Jan. 2nd, 1782 (m. John Townsend). 

  • Benjamin, b. Oct. 23rd, 1783.

  • Polly, b. Dec. 5th, 1786, d. Apr. 25th, 1790.

  • JONATHAN (of whom later), b. Dec. 15th 1788, m. Betsey Nesmith Davidson, of Windham.

  • John, b. May 3rd, 1790, educated at Salisbury Academy, studied medicine under Dr. Jona. Kittredge, m. Dec. 6th, 1821, Esther Towne, of Hillsborough, m. 2nd Mary Towne (a sister), m. 3rd, Lydia Hale, of Salisbury, N. H. John died at Little Rock, Ark.

  • Mary, b. May, 1792, m. Reuben Wyman, of Chatham, moved to Bartlett, N. H., d. 1858, bur. at So. Chatham.

  • Edward, b. June 5th, 1794, m. Betsey Clark and moved to Danbury.
    Asa, b. July 12th, 1795.

JONATHAN -BAKER, b. Dec. 15th, 1788, d. Aug. 17th, 1839, m. Betsey Nesmith Davidson, of Windham, N. H. Moved to Topsham, Me., a leading business center. A merchant, held office of postmaster and acquired a goodly property. Lived in colonial house on Main St. and died there. Buried in adjoining cemetery. Widow moved to Boston and Cambridge, Mass., and died there 1871. She is buried in the Colby lot at Forest Hills. Their children, all born in Topsham, were:


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