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I am looking for information on Bernard Baker, born in England who married Anna Mellville Young, born about 1846 in County Cork, Ireland and died 5/23/1911 in Salem County, NJ. Their children are Frank; Elizabeth Frances, born 1/1/1871 in County Cork, Ireland, and died in 1945 in Salem County, NJ; Robert, born in Wales and died in California; Eleanor Melville, born 6/14/1878 in Reading, England, and died 4/26/1963 in PA; Harriette Augusta, born 6/14/1878 in Reading, England, and died as an infant. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Carol Norton
402 Hickory Road
Mohrsville, PA 19541

Carol Norton

cnorton@compuserve.com


I am searching for Robert Coleman Baker died 17 Jan 1843 Callaway Co MO. He was married to Charity Susannah Devore. They had 3 children Emily Ann, Milton Devore and Robert C Baker.Charity, Emily & Milton moved to Dekalb Co, MO after Robert's death. They went with John T Baker, Robert' brother. Thanks for your help. Judy

Judy Hawman

Judy126@earthlink.net


I am looking for info. on Charles H. Baker, born in Boston, circa 1794. I have no idea where he went or what he did until he shows up in 1849 marrying Charlotte M. Calvert, dau. of Charles and Grace Calvert. At that time he was working as a messenger for the war dept. Children, Jacob, Ann (Marie), Edward, Charles, Ellen, Wm. Charles died 1877 in Washington, D.C. Sure would appreciate any help. Thanks.

Anne Baker

acbaker@us.hsanet.net


Seeking info on Caroline "Carrie" Baker born in Cincinnati around 1859. She married Henry George Tormoehlen. Caroline had a sister named Emma C. who was born around 1860 and married John Henry Tormoehlen. There was another sister (name unk) who married a Freundenberg.

Ted Dorman

TEDORMAN@prodigy.net


Parent of William H. Baker, B. circa 1823, North Carolina, married Nancy Harvil 1/26/1844. In Wake County, N.C. in 1850 census, Cumberland County, N.C. in 1860 census, Harnett County, N.C. in 1870 census, then disappears. Was in Confederate Army and probably worked at arnsel in Fayetteville. Had children: Charlotte, Archibald (called Robert), Isarel (called Richard), Ester Ann Elizabeth, Adjoniah, Samantha, Johnston, Miranda, John & William. Will share information forward on Ester Ann Elizabeth Baker family.

Constance C. Wehland

wehland@erols.com


Researching my great ,great,great granfather, Newton James Baker b. 7/4/1833 d 1/11/1912 Lived in Pike county Alabama...born in Georgia?

James Taylor

bvbc@specent.com


Need info on: Mary Jane Baker, b.feb 1832 in KY
m. John B. Kidwell, b.jul 30 1832 Pendleton Cnty, KY
d. in Concord, KY


Anything could help.

Carl Dahlia

cdahlia@pdqnet.net


Looking for any information on Desolate Baker who came to America in early 1700's from Cambridge, England.
He Cahnged his name to Henry Loveall and was an endentured servant in New York. Family movement to Maryland then to Indiana Some of the Loveall's dropped the A and therefore changed to Lovell My interests are in tracing the Baker Linage from Cambridge, England.

Desolate Baker

mshetler@hotmail.com


My Baker line:
William Baker b: abt 1735 England
+ Elizabeth Sussems
..2Zebediah Zebulon Baker b: Nov 21, 1763 England
+ Sarah Lavender
...3 Ezias (Ezaas) Baker b: 1783 NC
+ Rhoda b: 1777 NC
....4 James Baker b: 1802 NC
+ unknown
.....5 John M. Baker b: 1835
+ Lavina J.
Does anyone have the maiden names of those who married the Baker men? (And the wife of James Baker?)

2200 Cave Creek Rd
Batesville, AR 72501

Joyce Wilkes
ja456@yahoo.com


I'd like to share information with others interested in this BAKER line from ENG to IL.

1. Edward1 Baker was born in ENG, and died June 1835 in Carrollton, Greene, IL. He married Lucy Dickinson September 10, 1807 in Portsmouth, ENG, daughter of Dickinson. Edward came to US with family in 1816. Father possibly an Admiral in the English Navy. Lucy's brothers: Edward Dickinson, in British Navy at the Battle of Trafalger in 1805 under Lord Nelson. Thomas Dickinson, Captain under Lord Collingswood in same battle. Might find Lucy's baptism record in Portsea, ENG. records on microfilm at LDS Salt Lake City.
Children of Edward Baker and Lucy Dickinson are:
+ 2 i. Edward Dickinson2 Baker, born February 24, 1811 in London, ENG; died October 21, 1861 in Ball's Bluff, VA.
+ 3 ii. Alfred C. Baker, born March 15, 1813 in London, ENG; died March 13, 1895 in Barry, Pike, IL.
4 iii. Thomas Baker, born Aft. 1816 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; died 1846 in Carrollton, Greene, IL.
5 iv. Samuel Baker, born Aft. 1816 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; died May 1849 in Pekin, Tazewell, IL.
+ 6 v. Rebecca Baker, born Abt. 1820 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; died Abt. 1890 in Sausalito, Marin, CA.

2. Edward Dickinson2 Baker (Edward1) was born February 24, 1811 in London, ENG, and died October 21, 1861 in Ball's Bluff, VA. He married Mary Ann// April 27, 1831 in Carrollton, Greene, IL.
Edward was a U.S. Senator from Oregon and a Col. in Civil War, died in Battle of Ball's Bluff. His statue is located in the U.S. Capitol building. He was a friend of President Lincoln.
Children of Edward Baker and Mary Ann// are:
7 i. Samuel3 Baker, died March 09, 1852.
8 ii. Caroline C. Baker. She married Robert J. Stevens.
9 iii. Lucy Baker. She married Charles Hopkins.
10 iv. Alfred W. Baker, died April 1898 in San Francisco, CA.
11 v. Edward Dickinson Jr. Baker, died January 25, 1883 in Vancouver, WA.

3. Alfred C.2 Baker (Edward1) was born March 15, 1813 in London, ENG, and died March 13, 1895 in Barry, P

Charles Morgan
cmorgan896@aol.com


seeking birth and parentage for Willaim Baker b. Pilstrum, NY (have been unable to find this town in NY) born unknown married Electa Blood b. dec 12, 1811, NH--parents of Lucy Baker bor 1846 Married Perine Wilmarth b. 1836--any help greatly appreciated

Judy Coffield

stargazr@SpiritOne.com


looking for information on baker family .known to be of polish & german decent. imagrated to california in early 1800's posably anihiem calif. later migrated north to canada.

baker

rbaker@maxinet.com


looking for Laura A. Baker dob unknown. she married a Grotius or Crotius D. Root born Dec. 21, 1809 died 1865 they had several children Agustus Wakeman Root, Alvin alonzo Root and Alber Howard Root. Grotius and Laura are my 4th great grandparents.


also looking for Lafayette Baker (born possibly in New York)married to a Alzina unknown surname. they had a daughter Rose Baker b Oct 21, 1874 died June 30, 1964 in Grand RApids Michigan. I Have been told that Lafayette's father was a Jessy Baker born 1798 unknown origin.


Gayla Artibee, 2640 Northland road, Mount Dora, FL. 32757


also reseasrching: Allan, Allen, Christie, Dewey, England, Glades, Groendyke, Haight, Lake, Martin, Mongar, Ney, Ogelivie, Peas, Parmelee, Root, Sickles, Stawicki, Stopovinko, Svederka, Swedarska, Van Dam

gayla

artibee@sundial.net


Looking for info. on Milton Baker, b. abt. 1816 in Ga. He married Lucinda Sheppard in 1842 in Coosa Co., Ala. By 1850 he had settled in China Grove in Pike Co., Ala. Milton was killed by a slave abt. 1863. Some of Milton's children were: Benjamin Wesley; William Andrew; John Franklin; Alexander Stephen; and Joanna Francis. After Milton's death, the family settled in Louisiana by 1873.
Thanks for any info. greg Aymond P.O. Box 5503 Alexandria, La. 71307

Greg Aymond

graay@popalex1.linknet.net


I am seeking parents of David H. Baker and Jannie, or Jane or Martha J. Lived in Middlesex Co, VA by 1890 but moved from NY. Father of David born in England. Need father's name, Jane's maiden name and any other information.

P Ray

/users/r/a/y/Patsy-P-Ray/
PRayatVA@aol.com


I would like parents of David H. Baker and Jane (do not know maiden name.) They were born in NY, probably married in NY and had one child, but moved to Middlesex Co, VA by 1890. Three sons were Walter, Fremont & Aubrey. Any help with NY connection would be welcome. There are my great-grandparents, but my mother and grandmother were estranged from the family. Father of David H. Baker born in England.

Patsy Ray

PRayatVA@aol.com


Looking for any info or any relatives of my grfather Leroy Passmore Baker b-ca 1878 d 1937 who lived in Cecil Co. MD. He had aleast 4 brthrs/1 sister. I think his parents were William & Leah Baker. His 1st wife was Fannie Patto Whitman d 1920 & they had a son Earl L.who was b 1907 d 1922. Any help would be appreciated.

R Humbert

RHumbert@worldnet.att.net


TEST

CJ


I am looking for any information on ancestors preceding: William W. Barnhouse born about 1837 in PA (possibly in OH). He had two full brothers, at least, named Oliver and Jacob who were younger than he and census records say they were from OH. He also had a half brother named Henry. He married Sarah E. and they left OH and stayed a while in IA and then on to Gage Cty NE. That is where his daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, married by Ggrandfather, Orsemus Ebenezer Annable.

Audrey Franklin

jrfranklin@earthlink.net


I am looking for information related to my g-g-g-grandfather, Nelson Baker, born May 10, 1821 at Wilkesboro, NC; died Nov 9, 1879, and buried at Lacross, AR. Married to Susannah Matilda Burns on June 26, 1844, at Polke Co., MO. Children were: James Buchanan, John Foster, Christopher Cooper, Nancy Marzee, Margaret, Malinda, & Arsulta. Nelson was possibly a Confederate veteran of the Civil War.


Victor Long
PO Box 337
Carrier Mills, IL 62917

Victor Long

viclong@mychoice.net


Looking for parents of Ambrose Baker, b. abt.1785 in Lenox,Mass.His family moved to N.Y. state when he was a small boy. Ambrose married Sarah"Sallie"Barnes, daughter of Solomon Barnes. Ambrose served in the War Of 1812. Around 1840,with a family of 6 children, he moved to Venango Co.PA.
Can anyone help?

Sandra Lucia

small947@epix.net


Searching for the ancestors/siblings of Edward Baker b.1/1/1821 in Hacconby, Lincolnshire England s/o Thomas and Mary Franks Baker, m. Susannah Sandall b.1826 "Stainfield" Lincolnshire, England, d/o Robert & Elenor Baker. Edward & Susannah m. 1847 had 2 daughters, sailed to the United States in April, 1850 arriving in NYC mid May, 1850. Traveled via the Erie Canal to OH, then on to LaGrange Co., IN where they lived for 8 years [had 3 more daughters], and then they moved to Steuben Co., IN [had 2 sons] where they remained the rest of their lives. Edward d. 1909 and Susannah "Susan" d. 1900 both are buried in Crockett's Cemetery, Steuben Co., IN. Children of Edward & Susannah: Mary Ann b. ENG abt 1848; Mary Jemima b. ENG abt 1849; Sue b.1851 IN; Naomi b.1855 IN; Mary Elizabeth b. 1856 IN; Edward James b. 1859 IN; Frank William b. 1866 IN

Joey Pedigo

none
wpedigo@flash.net


I am trying to find ancestors of John Edward Baker (b. Sept 29, 1885 in Stanford Hill, Middlesex, ENG; died 1957 in Thurso, Scotland). He married Mary Elizabeth Baker (b. Nov. 26, 2;891; died Dec. 24, 1937 in Woolwich) also looking for her ancestors.

John Baker

bakers@ceebic.org


Seeking information on the parents and siblings of Nathan Baker b)02/24/1809, d)04/09/1891 Mannington, WV. Nathan's parents were, William (1775-1841) and Elizabeth (Beane) (06/1782-12/12/1874) Baker. I do not know when the Bakers moved to WV. Nathan married (1833) Lydia Hewes/Hughes (08/05/1808-06/16/1898) in WV. They had 10 children, that I know of: Edwin, Albert, Minerva, Lethia, John A., Mary E., Sarah, Roena, Elizabeth, and Nathan G.

Kathy Gavin

gavin@hsonline.net


I am searching for information on Samuel Baker who lived in New York during the revolutionary war until 1783.He moved to lower Canada (quebec)as a loyalist,settling possibly in St. Nicholas quebec.

Kirk Baker

kbaker@mailexcite.com


Searching Bakers and need some help.
Thanks

Gerri Youmans

geryou@techline.com


Looking for a ?John Baker married Anna A Miller
Pre 1800 in what is now Hampshire Co. WV

Sharon Pawlowski

Sharon4673@aol.com


I just found this I think who ever did this needs a huge pat on thhe back. I live in Canada in Lakeside ontario and found it interesting to see so many bakers over the world.

Erin baker

baker@n2mail.com


Searching for family's connected to my G.G.grandfather Baker/Becker John b.1844>Mecklenburgh,Germany USA>1872 d.1910>Youngstown,Oh. m.Stegman Weliminia
when? b.1851d.1928>Youngstown,Oh. John and Minnie had 6 children,all were born in Hubbard,Oh. except the last Pauline was born in Youngstown,Oh.*William b.1873d.1941.*Anna b.1875d.1966.*Weliminia(Minnie)b.4March1877d.21May1958.*Lewis b.1879d.1969*Henry b.23April1881d.1961.*Pauline b.1884d.1970..All are buried at Todd Cemetary>Youngstown,Oh. Weliminia was the only child that married, searching for a any brothers or sisters and parents of John and Minnie. A brother was mentioned as living in Bufflo,N.Y. The entire family lived and died in Youngstown,Oh.
Thank You
Pat
Patricia L. Moffo

CAMELPOP@Webtv.net


I am seeking parents & family Sarah Baker & Jacob Abnet who md. in Shenandoah Co. Va. Jan. 6, 1806 (bond). An Abraham Baker is noted on the bond giving permission for Sarah. He probably brother or father. Jacob Abnet b. in Md. per 1850 Adams Co. IN census.

Lou Moses

loumoses@indy.net


I am looking for information on Rondeau Baker and his sister Vera who were probably living in the Chicago area at least in the 1940's. They were children of Daniel Baker and Lillian Stass from Oakville Ontario Canada

M. MacDonald

IanGMacDonald@compuserve.com


On one page of Bakers, mention was made of a Sam Baker Jumping ship to enter U.S. Would this be my Uncle Sam out of Liverpool,died in early 50's, Long Island,N.Y. He had 2 sons,Steven was name of one. Wife was of Jewish faith, don't know her name. Sam had 4 brothers, Alf,Jack, Albert,Frank, and one sister, Ada

Alan A. Baker

alan_Baker@ocebe.edu.on.ca


I descend from Capt. John and Elizabeth (Sullivan) Baker.He came from Bingen (on the Rhine) Germany ca.1754. Married Elizabeth in Philadelphia in 1760 - They lived in Shenandoah Valley, Va - later moved to Green Co. Pa then westward to the Ohio Valley area near where Moundsville, WVa is now located. He built "Baker's Station" or "Fort Baker" - used during the Rev. War and in battles with Indians. He was killed by Indians in 1787. They had 11 children: Catherine, Margaret, Henry, John, Elizabeth, George, Joseph, Jacob, Mary Jane, Martin and Isaac. Elizabeth Sullivan Baker lived to be 92 + years and was buried in a cemetery in Monroe County, Ohio near Woodsfield.
My snail-mail address is: 1102 Pond St., Cary, NC 27511


Would like to hear from anyone connected with this family.
My line is thru Jacob Baker, b. 1775 - m. Mary Stephen.


Harold E. Baker

HBaker1432@aol.com


I am interested in finding information about Minor Baker and Caroline (Pinson) Baker of De Soto, Missouri. They had children by the names of Horace, Frank, Lulu, Ella, Susie and Allie. They are located in the census in 1880. If you have any other information, it would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks,
Julie

Julie

neutron@fullnet.com


I am search for information on a Wesley Baker, b-1819, d-3/18/1895 and buried in Guernsey Co. Ohio. He had a son, Thomas W. Baker, b-11/26/1847 and d-11/10/1890 in Guernsey Co. Thomas married Alice Downey, b-1857 and d-1932. Thomas and Alice are my gggrandparents. Would love any information on Wesley's wife/parents.

Cinda Jenney

CindaBee@aol.com


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