Ancestry Of Marie Antoinette Baker 
Wife Of Fellowes Davis

liam Beals was the founder of the "Boston Post," for many years the foremost newspaper of New England. For nearly 50 years he was partner and coadjutor of Col. Charles G. Greene in shaping its policy. He came into possession of the family homestead at No. 8 Water St., Boston. Later lived on Winter St. and Hancock St. He left 10 living married children, all born in Boston.


  1. FRANCES AUGUSTA, b. 29th Sept. 1815, d. 2nd Dec. 1897, m. 20th May 1844, George Baker. (See Baker line.)

  2. Marie Antoinette, b. 2nd Feb. 1817, d. 26th May, 1874, m. Sumner Flagg, of Woburn and Boston.

  3. Elizabeth Bishop, b. 29th Sep. 1819, d. 30th Aug. 1906, m. Isaac Kendall, b. 1811, d. 2nd Jan. 1864.

  4. William, Jr., b. 29th May, 1821, m. (1st) Nancy Marchant, of Providence, R. I., b. 26th Sep. 1827, d. 26th Aug. 1854, m. (2nd) Sophie Mauran, of Providence, b. 27th June, 1831, d. 29th Oct. 1905.

  5. James H., b. 19th Jan. 1823, d. 24th Oct. 1896, m. Anne White Reid.

  6. Harriet M., b. Feb. , 1825, d. 18th Apr. 1897, m. Geo. W. Tuxbury.

  7. Abby Louisa, b. 13th Mar. 1827, d. 23rd Mar. 1899, m. John Wetherbee.

  8. John Franklin Whitney, b. Sth Apr. 1829, d. 24th Mar. 1834.

  9. Emily Jane, b. 27th June, 1831, d. 21st Mar. 1907, m. Edward Courtland Mitchell.

  10. John Whitney, b. 8th Jan. 1834, d. 12 Sept. 1914, m. Virginia Simmons.

  11. Joshua Gardner, b. 23rd Aug. 1836, m. Oct. , 1865, Edith W. Simmons. He d. 14 July, 1914.


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