Baker Queries Archive 5

Too many Bill Bakers! Looking for a old schoolmate, his name is William Baker he has a twin sister named Vicki. He went to Shepard High School and lived in Worth , Illinois. Last I knew he joined the army and his number was ( or is )351-68-7772. I really miss him and I have not heard from him since 1985. If anyone knows who this is and where he is, please email me.

Donna Graziano
donna_g@hotmail.com


Searching for desc. of Richard Baker& Nancy Hall my G. Grandpa was James Alfred Baker of Pikeville,Ky. 1890-1984 son of Richard and Nancy. Researching family tree.

Baker
jhelvey963@aol.com


I would like any information on my grandmother Elora Ann Baker.Her birthdate was July 7,1880.Her father was Rastus Sylvester Baker and mother was Zuba Harris. Rastus Sylvester's father was Rennsselauer Baker. Grandma was born in Cowanesque,Pa.

Elora Ringelberg
RMR@4982.Ritvax.Rit.edu


Searching for Coonrod Baker b. 1782 in NC. Married Christina Akard. Lived in TN and then MO.

Delbert Taylor
delpat@texoma.net


I am so excited, I have just found this Baker website and have been browsing around. I have been researching Bakers for several years, but have just recently gotten on the internet. I have compiled three books on "Pope County Illinois Herald-Enterprise Newspaper Abstracts." These books contain many Bakers from Pope County, IL. My ggg grandfather, William Baker, came from NC and settled in Pope County, IL in 1818.

Bonnie Barton Skaggs
bsbs4@juno.com


I have only recently began tracing the Walter Edison Baker family. Anyone having any information conneted to Walter E. Baker, born March 18, 1887 in Union County, NC please contact me. He married Virgie Starnes who was born June 30, 1891 also in Union County NC. They were married in Pageland SC - Feb. 11, 1911. I am interested in who their parents and grand parents were. Thanks

Ken Baker
kenbaker@cetlink.net


Seeking info on Lafayette Baker, believed to have been an officer in the Civil War, serving the U.S. Army in TN. Family legend says he was a captain, but no positive proof. He is believed to have been serving on the city police force in Washington, DC, after the war, & is believed to have been “in” on the assassination of Pres. Abraham Lincoln. This legend has been handed down through many years, & has been told as “truth,” but can find no records on this. Any help will be sincerely appreciated.
Evelyn Stiles
6148 Betsworth Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3R 0K1

Evelyn Stiles


Martha Ann Ball,daughter of Samuel Ball and Catharina McPherson was born in 1836 in Loudoun Co. VA. On 3 June 1852 in Loudoun Co. VA she married George William Baker. Looking for the descendents of Martha Ann Ball and George William Baker to exchange family information (primarily Ball family). Pat Duncan, 11509 Canyonlands Rd SE , Albuquerque , New Mexico

Pat Duncan
p.duncan@worldnet.att.net


George Baker immigrated from Strassburg, Germany with his sons, George, Jacob and Peter. Son George(1732-1802)married Elizabeth Nickelson, & had 5 sons: George, Daniel, Michael, John & Henry. They settled in Beaver Co., PA,& were captured by Indians,taken to Lake Erie,escaped & returned to Beaver Co. His son George, married Jane Quinn and had 8 children, including Isabella. I am anxious to fill in missing names and dates, as well as any other information. Where are the family members buried? What happened to the other lines of this family? I have quite a bit of info there isn't room to share here.
Susan James Gottschalk, 133 Cardamon Drive , Edgewater, MD. 21037

Susan Gottschalk


We are looking for a Lewis W. Baker who was born in N.C. circa 1815. His wife was Ann ?, whom he probably married after moving to LA.Was a farmer on 1880 census in La. Children were Egan, Susan, Wimberly and Addie. Probably had numerous brothers and sisters. There are many in same portion of northern La, all owning former BLM land.

Barbara Baker
jimbar@mlode.com


Looking for info. on possible parentage of Rosetta Baker, b. ca. 1830, m. 1854, Joseph Henry Gross, remarried, after 1890, to a Mr. Swann. Her family was Methodist, belonged to the Congress Street (now Dumbarton) Methodist Church.
(District of Columbia)

Kathryn Coombs
KLCoombs@aol.com


I am searching for the parents of Moses A. Baker (b. 1819 VA). He was married to Mary Hollingsworth on 9 Dec 1839 in Wythe Co., VA. This family is found in 1850 in Scott Co., VA. Children (all born Scott Co., VA except for Luemma who was born in Wythe:: Isaac Watson Baker b. 15 Sep 1840; Sarah J. Baker b. 1842; Luemma S. Baker b. 1843; George H. Baker b. 15 Mar 1845; Margaret E. Baker b. 1847; Justin A. Baker b. 11 Feb 1848; Esther Baker b. 16 Mar 1850; Joseph M. Baker b. 15 Nov 1852; & Samuel Patton Baker b. 1854

Mary South
http://ic.net/~msouth/mb.htm
msouth@ic.net


I am researching the William Henry Baker family. He was born October 24, 1820 in Shenandoah Co. VA. He married Permelia Danner who was born January 12, 1822 in Shenandoah Co. VA. William died February 5, 1898 and Permelia died December 17, 1894. They moved to Madison, IN in the early 1850's. There son Joseph Melvin Baker born July 12, 1853 near Madison, IN married Mary Ann Waltz on February 26, 1880. Mary Ann was born on April 19, 1855 near Madison, IN. This couple had seven children after moving to Kansas in 1880. Their children are Anna Lousia, George Melvin, Maud Amelia, Luella MaDora, Clifford DeWitt, Leona Pearl and William Howard. Any information on this family or their ancestors would greatly be appreciated.

Melvin A. Besthorn
MABesthorn@aol.com


I am looking for more info on my Bakers. I am looking for : Ephraim Baker Sr. b. 4 March 1779 Essex Co., NJ, m. 28 February 1786 Mary Easton b. NJ. Family moved to Butler Co. OH

Pam
pavel@fastlane.net


I am looking for: Baker family William b. 1857 in NC. married Sarah (?) a Native American b. 1871 in NJ. 1900 census found family in Monmouth Cty (Red Bank) NJ. Five known children: Andrew b. 1893; Mary b.1895; Jean b. 1897; Fannie b. 1899; & Kenneth b. 1907. Any help appreciated. Thanks.

Helen Baker-Bowens
hl3748b@gte.net


Charles Baker and Kate Day were my g-gparents. Charles was a farmer, and they lived and died in Parker, Miami County, Kansas. According to the funeral home records they are buried in the "Quaker Cemetery", however a GNIS search does not reveal any cemetery, by that name, in Kansas. This leads me to believe that the name used in the records reflects a local reference to a cemetery with some other official name. Can anyone help me with identifying the "name" of this cemetery? If this is a secular cemetery, would I be incorret in assuming that Charles & Kate were members of the Quaker community? If so, then tat would give me another lead to follow, and I would be thankful for any advice in that regard.

John M. Baker
jbaker1516@aol.com


Nathaniel Turner b:1-/-1769, Harvard MA.; died 25 Dec.1850 Norwich VT. Susan Baker b: ca. 1778, probably MA.; died 28 May 1846, Norwich, VT. Who were the parents of these two?

Roberta Goodrich
roberta-c-goodrich@valley.net


I understand a James Baker died in 1801, Jefferson County, TN. In his will he listed his wife, Mary, and children William, Morris, John, Robert, James, Larkin, Nancy, and Mary. Does anyone know anything more about this James Baker?

Olivia Holt
Bill-Holt@worldnet.att.net


Looking for ancestors and decendants of Daniel Baker, born 1855 Flat Lick, Knox CO., KY, s/o William R. Baker.

Beth Osborne
guyosborne@sprintmail.com


I am looking for any info on Joseph West, b. 1862 and married Florence Baker, b 1867. I think it is Linn County, Mo., but it is supposed to be this part of Missouri. After their marriage, Florence ran off with Joe's brother. He brought her back . Two weeks after Joseph and Florence returned, his brother was killed. No one was charged with the murder. I don't know the brother's name. Any help would be appreciated. Missibob @aol.com or M.C. Smith-Horn, 4901 W. Reno, Oklahoma City, OK 73127

M.C. Smith-Horn
Missibob.aol.com


Mary Stedman married William D. Baker (c.1877--1920's?) and had one child, Rosa Baker, in around 1878, before Mary died at age 24. Rosa, who was still alive in 1928, seems to have married a man named Jolly or Folly in about 1898, and had two sets of twins, as well as a son named Willie Jolly or Folly, who were all also still alive in 1928. I would love to know more about this family if anyone knows anything. Family resided Linn Co., Missouri.

Eric Stedman
MyShadows97@aol.com


Hi:I am searching for Baker`s with connections to the Gaspe Coast,Quebec.

Kirk Baker
kbaker@kitimat.sno.net


I am searching for information on parents and/or siblings of Myrtle(Myrta?) Baker,born 4 Aug 1880,MO.;died 5 Feb 1908,KS;married 18 Dec 1899 to James Luther Bardwell. Mother believed to be Elizabeth, Father ,Jacob. Barry Co. MO. Any info will be appreciated. I have checked several records from MO. with no luck as of this time.

Donna Bardwell
bardwel1@airmail.net


Looking for the parents of Starkes Baker b. ca 1798 in NC. According to lore, father died while he was a young boy. He joined the U. S. Army in 1814 near Nashville, TN; discharged at Pensacola, FL in 1819. He m. Mary Caroline Morrison and settled in what became Okaloosa Co., FL; d. there 1868.

Ron Jones
http://members.aol.com/gronj/welcome.htm
gronj@aol.com


Thought this might be the place to find a Baker ancestor. her name was Bahama Baker from Cayuaga Co., NY ?(she is listed in one place as being from VT.) She married Elijah Rice in Cayuaga Co. NY in 1796. He was born in CT. Any help with a Baker named Bahama would be greatly appreciated as she has been harder to find than I thought with a given name like that.

Kenn Brooks
pawiz@advnet.net


Seeking the parents of Fannie E. Baker, born August 11,1896, died February 6, 1981. She was married to Ulyssis G. Singleton. 1894 - 1919. Children: William and Edna Francis.
After Ulyssis died she remarried to John W. Gill, 1900 - 1973. Children: Helen Lee, John Jr., Juanita, George, Henry Curtis, Sherman, Shelby Jean, and Carl Ray.
If anyone has any information, I will greatly appreciate it.
Thanks in advance

Carl Gill
cg56@wwd.net


Hello Crystal, It's been a few years since we've been in touch. My Baker ancestor, is Deliah Baker, born VA 1800; mar Joseph Heavin 1816 TN; died MO 1884. A Baker cousin I found on the Internet says Deliah is the d/o George Baker, s/o David Baker. These Bakers are of German origin, in the PA area mid 1700s, later in VA, then some to TN.

Marguerite Bowen Mason
http://www.angelfire.com/mo/moMargM/
mmrite@misn.com


Searching for the Baker's of Huntsville, Arkansas; Jesse Baker born somewhere in KY, married Nancy Jane Cox. His son, George Erwin Baker born 1878 in Arkansas was my gGrandfather. He left for Indian Territory, Allen, Oklahoma in 1902 where he married Leona Bell Bynum.
K. Randolph, 3011 Mtn. Springs Dr., London, KY 40741

Kim Phillips Randolph
http://www.angelfire.com/ky/travelingshowcase/page3.html
grandolph@skn.net


Looking for info. on James Hendrix or Hendrixson, b. 1820, m. (1) Manerva Ellen Lewis, b. 1820, (2) Elizabeth "Betsy" Baker, b. 1825. I need to know where he is buried. Also need more info. on some of his children.
Tony Hendrix 211 Gale Dr., Lancaster, KY 40444

Tony Hendrix


Need to find parents of James A. Baker, b. 12/24/1859, Powell or Clark Co., Ky., who m. Fannie Parker. James d. 6/21/1902, in an accident while working for the L&E railroad near Indian fields. Buried at Powells Valley Baptist Church Cemetery, Clay City, Ky. Children: Alice, Thornton, John, Robert, Byrd (Birdie), and Roxie.
Bonnie Spaulding 1810 W. Elkton Rd., Hamilton, OH 45013

Bonnie Spaulding


Looking for relatives of Martha and Mary Baker-Wins (?), b. 1881, who m. Henson cousins Albert and Jim ?. Henson Family history is of Boston's Mt. or Little Rock, Ark. Need info. on them also.
Lula Bellamy 230 Windsong Dr., Summerville, SC 29483

Lula Bellamy


David Baker, b 1745 in Germany, d 1816 in Virginia? This is as far back as I can go. David emigrated from Germany to the USA around 1748 and apparently fought in the Revolutionary War (according to 9th Annual Rept, Library Bd, VA State Library (1911), Pg 29-Baker,David,War 4-121). He was married to a woman with maiden name of "Wolf". They had 6 children, of which my line goes through a Capt. George Baker. Would be happy to share info. Snail mail: J. Rodriguez; 406 E. Hathaway Dr.; San Antonio, TX 78209.

Jim Rodriguez
jrodriguez@stic.net


James Albert Baker, born ?, place ?, married Ella Baxter, dau. of ? Baxter and Swanee ?. James died in 1936, probably in Arkansas, not far from Missouri line. Have heard it may have been Independence County. May have been Howard Ridge. Children: Pare D., Claude, Austin, Raymond, Robert, Eunice and Hattie Lee. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Sara Deatherage
sara.d@townsqr.com


Looking for decendents of George Baker 8/3/1838 - 12/29/1915
and his wife Hannah Jane Hopkins. George was captured at Plymouth N.C. during the Civil War and was a surviving prisoner at Andersonville. 103rd Pa. Vol. They had 7 children. I am a decendent of the 7th, William Baker.

Don Baker
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/7682
joedonb@bellsouth.net


Crystal,
I am contacting you for my father-in-law, Mark Baker in Castine, Ohio. He wanted me to pass some info to you about the lost Baker records in reference to the,"HOAX".

Mark has made some headway in locating some of the records and is currently following up on the new leads. He also wants to let you know he is planning on creating a book on his Baker genealogy including his research into the Baker Hoax records. He does not plan on giving away this information and would like to speak to you about his ideas on what to do with this information.

Mark has not become internet saavy yet, hopefully soon I will be able to coax him into investing in a computer for his personal use. If you need his contact information please email me, however I gather that you and he have traded much information in the past and you already have his address and number.

Thanks,
Mike Hawkins.
P.S. If you come across any information on a Hawkins line in Ohio please forward to me.
Mike Hawkins

chawkins@monroe.lib.mi.us

NOTE: Mike, I'll answer Mark as soon as I finish Vol. #10! I'm working 10-14 hour days, 7 days a week right now to get Vol. 10 done. I have Marks' address. He knows I'll help any way I can. Thanks for the E-Mail! CJ



Looking for the parentage of Lydia Baker b 28 July 1806 Little York, PA.. M. Martin Mumma 22 March 1827 Westmoreland Co.,PA.. D 25 Feb 1874 Tuscarawas Co.,OH

Mary Kurila
jkwam@ncweb.com


Just looking for Baker relatives from Augusta Co., VA area.

Janet
wegesq@erols.com


I am researching info on Allen Baker married to Allie Gann (possibly of indian decent) on November 29, 1893. Allen's father's name is Z.A. Baker (no other info found yet on Z. A. Baker). The Baker's I am looking for last resided in Marion County, Alabama. I have been told that they were either from North Carolina or South Carolina. I am having a difficult time coming up with anything on these Baker's, would appreciate any help.

Tammy Baker Morrison
jmorri@sonet.net


Looking for information on John Baker and Rebecca Royer, Penn Township, Pennsylvania and desendants.

James Campbell
James_Cyril_Campbell@msn.com


I am looking for information on the parents and siblings, if any, of a John a Baker b: Lee Co., VA 17 Nov 1845, d: 27 Dec 1919. He was married (1) Sarah A. Runyan b: 15 Apr 1847, d: 10 Feb 1907. John lived most of his later years of life in the Forestville Section of Travelers Rest, SC. John married (2) Ellen Graham. John Baker is said to have been in the Civil War, company K, 58th NC Infantry. Children of John A Baker and Sarah A. Runyan are: Ester Baker, Larance Baker, William Clinton Baker & Dorothy Baker.

Penny Gudgeon
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/g/u/d/Penny-J-Gudgeon/
PGudgeon@aol.com


Looking for Descendants of Wesley G(Guy?)Baker, b. 8 Feb 1808 near Clarksburg, VA (WV),
d. 3 Jul 1890, Shelbyville, Shelby Co, IL. Also looking for descendants of Joseph A. Baker Sr., b. 1815 in VA, died 1863 in Stockton, Cedar, MO. Joe Sr., was killed by bushwhackers during the Civil War. My wife descends from Joseph A. Baker Jr., b. 1845 Roane Co, TN, d. 1916, Joaquin, Shelby Co., Texas.
I am researching the descendants of two Baker ancestors. My line descends from one Wesley G. Baker, born in VA in 1808. This is a dead end for his line since I cannot locate any parents for him. The other line is for my Wife's line who descend from Joseph A. Baker, born 1815 in VA, died in 1863 in Cedar County, MO.
I am available to chat on the Baker Chat Room at about any time. Just notify me at sammieg@prodigy.net and we then can set up a time.

Stan Baker
stan.baker@gets-1000.com


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