BAKER

"Windows Into Our Past The Longhunters, Volume 3", compiled by Judy Parsons Smith © 2001.

Becker, Beaker

Richard Baker

Richard Baker, b. 1527, Parish Church Yard, Chard, Somerset, England; m. ca. 1550, England to Deanes Unknown , b. ca. 1531, Chard, England. 

Richard & Deanes (Unknown) Baker had a (1) daughter:

·         Deannes Baker, b. ca. 1520, Crockehem, Somerset , England .

Deannes Baker

Deannes Baker , daughter of Richard & Deanes (Unknown) Baker, b. ca. 1520, Crockehem, Somerset, England; d. 8 Nov 1614, Chard, Somerset, England; bur. Parish Church, Somerset, England; m. 1596, Chard, Somerset, England to William Brewer , b. ca. 1553, Chard, Somersetshire, England; d. 24 Jul 1618, Chard, Somerset, England; bur. Parish Church, Chard, Somerset, England. 

William & Deannes (Baker) Brewer had eleven (11) children:

1.       Mr. Brewer , b. ca. 1584, London , England .
2.      
Miss Brewer , b. ca. 1588, London , England .
3.      
Miss Brewer , b. ca.1590, London , England .
4.      
Miss Brewer , b. ca. 1592, London , England .
5.      
Miss Brewer , b. ca. 1594, London , England .
6.      
John Brewer , b. ca. 1586, Chard, Somerset , England .
7.      
Marie Brewer , b. ca.1586, London , England  
8.      
Christopher Brewer , b. ca. 1584, Chard, Somerset , England .
9.      
Thomas Brewer , b. ca. 1582, Chard, Somerset , England ; d. [1] Somerset , London , England  
10.   
Peter Brewer , b. 1575, Chard, Somerset , England .
11.   
William Brewer , b. 1576, Chard, Somerset , England .


Supplemental Information to "Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of the Parsons, Smith & Associated Families, Vol. 1"  © 1996, Judy Parsons Smith , p. 18-23.

The surname of Beaker may have referred to an earlier ancestor who served as a cupbearer at a royal court.

Andrew "Andy" Becker

Andrew "Andy" Becker, son of Robert Becker ?, b. 1604, Buckingham , England .  He came to Boston , Massachusetts in 1624.  Andrew Becker had a son:

John Becker

John Becker , son of Andrew "Andy" Becker, b. 1624, Massachusetts .  He immigrated first to Providence , Rhode Island then on to the Salem-Gloucester area of Pennsylvania .  John Becker had at least two (2) sons

1.       Samuel Baker [2]
2.      
Robert Baker

Samuel Baker  and his brother Robert Baker  and Robert Baker's son, Caleb, were among the first if not the first gunsmiths in Lancaster County , Pennsylvania [3].

Robert Baker

2.  Robert Baker , son of John Becker [4], b. 1655, Virginia; d. 19 Sept 1728[5], Lancaster Co., PA; m. Susannah Player [6]. 

Robert Baker  settled in the Conestoga Township, Chester Co., PA.  This later became Lancaster Co., PA.  Here he purchased 500 acres of land lying on the Susquehanna River from Col. John French [7].  Robert Baker and his son, Caleb Baker  paid the taxes on this property from 1719 until 1727[8].  It was here that Robert Baker and his sons were gunsmiths.  On 15 Aug 1719, Robert Baker  petitioned Jacob Taylor , surveyor for William Penn , for permission to erect a gun boring mill on Pequea Creek[9].  In Feb. 1721, iron ore was found near the site of the Baker land.  Robert & his son sought and received permission to mine the ore for commercial use.  The ore they mined was reduced to bar-stock available to gun manufacturers.  This was the firs discovery of ore in the county and predates later gunsmith operations closer to Lancaster .

They were commissioned by the King of England  to make firearms for the Colonies.  At the time of the Revolution the Bakers joined with the Colonies, against England .

Among the items that were inventoried at the time of his death we find among them the following:

Gunsmith tools, other tools, totaling £295-10-7[10]

Children of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker  had fourteen (14) children[11]:

1.1.        Miss Baker , m. Mr. Hill
1.2.       
Douglas Baker , d. 1765; m. Jane Thomson[12]
1.3.       
Ester/Easter Baker  
1.4.       
Robert Baker , Jr. , d. 1759[13]; m. Mary Thompson , daughter of Rev. John & Margaret  (Osburne) Thompson.
1.5.       
Andrew Bake r, b. 1720/2[14]; m. Mary/Polly Bolling /Bolin [15]
1.6.       
Jane Baker , m. (unknown) Armstrong  
1.7.       
Mattie Baker , m. (unknown) Davidson  
1.8.       
Joseph Baker  
1.9.       
Sheila Baker  
1.10.    
Caleb Baker , Sr. , b. ca. 1690, Lancaster or Lancastershire, England[16]; d. 1754, Prince Edward Co., VA; m. 13 Nov 1742[17] to Martha Brook s.
1.11.    
James Baker - first to own land in Ashe Co., NC Mary Thompson , daughter of Rev. John & Margaret  (Osburne) Thompson
1.12.    
Sarah May Baker , b. NC; d. 1800/01[18]; m. ca. 1735 to Capt. Thomas Callaway [19], b. 1700; d. 1800, Wilkes Co., NC at the age of 100.  He served in the French & Indian Wars.
1.13.    
Samuel Baker , d. 1757/8, Mecklenburg Co., NC[20]; m. Elizabeth Thomson[21]  
1.14.    
Mary Baker , m. Robert Elliott[22]

Miss Baker

1.1.   Miss Baker , daughter of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , m. Mr. Hill . 

Mr. & Mrs. Hill had a (1) son:

1.1.1.  John Hill

Douglas Baker

1.2.  Douglas Baker , son of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , d. 1765; will dated 16 Feb 1765; m. Jane Thomson/Thompson .

Prince Edward County , VA                                                                                Baker, Douglas

Will Book 1 page 78                                                                                           16 Feb 1765

 

                In the name of God Amen.  I being sick and low of body but of perfect < >noe & memory thanks to Almighty God calling to mind my mortality do make this my last will & testament in manner following.

                First I give my soul to God that gave it & my body to be buried in homes of a glorious resurrection as to my worldly goods I dispose of them as followeth.  First I give and bequeath to my daughter Jean Bake r one negro boy named Jame  with her horse and saddle.  I also give to my daughter Marthew Baker  one negro boy named Rodger  with her mare.  Also I give to my dearly beloved wife Jane Baker  all the rest of my estate to be disposed of by her in her life and at her death as it shall be seem best to her after all just debts are payed & I constitute and appoint my dearly beloved wife Jane Baker sole executrix of this my las will.  In witness whereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of February 1765

 

Signed & sealed in presence of us                                  Douglas (his mark) Baker

George Shilliday

Samuel Baker

Andrew Baker

 

At Court held for Prince Edward County the 16th day of Sept 1765 this last will of Dugless Baker decd was presented in Court by Jane Baker  the Executrix there in named who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oath of the witness thereto & ordered to be recorded.

                                                                                                                John Leneve     Clrk

Douglas & Jane (Thompson) Baker had four (4) children:

1.2.1.         Jean Baker  
1.2.2.        
Marcy Baker , shown as Marthew  in his will.
1.2.3.        
Robert Baker [23]

Easter/Ester Baker

1.3.  Easter/Ester Baker , daughter of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , m. Mr. Sheladay . 

Mr. & Ester (Baker) Sheladay had two (2) children:

1.3.1.         Ester/Easter Sheladay  
1.3.2.        
Andrew Baker  Shilliday

Robert Baker , Jr.

1.4.  Robert Baker , Jr. , son of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , II, d. will dated 2 Mar 1759, Prince Edward Co., VA; m. Mary Thompson , daughter of Rev. John & Margaret (Osburne) Thompson. 

Will - Robert Baker Jr.

Robert & Mary (Thompson) Baker  Jr. had two (2) children:

1.4.1.            Mr. Baker , m. James Anderson
1.4.2.           
Samuel Baker , d. 1757, Rowan Co., NC. 

Andrew Baker , Sr.

1.5.  Andrew Baker, Sr. , son of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , II, b. ca. 1720, Pennsylvania[24]; d. 1804, Prince Edward Co., VA; will dated 3 Jan 1804; m 1st to Mary "Mollie" Bowling , daughter of Col. Robert  & Ann Meriweather (Stith) Bolling , b. 1702, VA; d. 1790, Wilkes Co., North Carolina; m 2nd ca. 1791, possibly in NC to Catherine "Katie" (unknown) .  After the death of Andrew , Catherine (unknown) Baker  m 2nd ca. 1810 to the widower, Caleb Baker , Jr. , son of Caleb & Martha (Brook) Baker.

Andrew Baker , Sr.  served as a Justice of the Peace of Washington Co., North Carolina (this area is now in Tennessee .

In his will, Andrew speaks of his plantation and lays out plans for his slaves to be hired out to work - for employers of their choosing - for a period of six years during which they will be paid wages that they will receive at the end of that time.  They are then to be set free and set to the Northwest Territory .

He had holdings in the Buffalo Congregational Church Library (Presbyterian), Prince Edward Co., VA.

Will of Andrew Baker Sr.

In his will the following individuals are mentioned:

Nephew:  Andrew Baker  Shilliday  
Nephew:  Andrew Baker , son of Joseph Baker  
Niece:  Katherine "Katie" Baker
Nephew:  Elliott Baker  
Sister:  Easter "Ester" Shilliday  
Sister:  Jane Armstrong  
Sister:  Matty Davidson  
Brother:  Samuel Baker  (deceased)
Brother:  Doug Baker  
Brother:  Joseph Baker  
Niece:  Jane Thompson , daughter of sister Shillidia

Andrew & Mary (Bowling) Baker  had fourteen (14) children[xxv]:

1.5.1.         Rev. Andrew Baker , b. 1749, VA; d. 23 Apr 1815, Lee Co., VA; m. Elizabeth Avant , daughter of Peter & Amy (Massey)  Avant.
1.5.2.        
Morris Baker , b. 1750, NC; d. bef. 2 Feb 1813, most likely Grayson Co., VA[xxvi]; m. Patsy Smith , daughter of Hugh & Jane  Smith .
1.5.3.        
John Renta Baker [xxvii], b. 7 Oct 1735, Ashe Co., NC; d. 1820-1840, Clay Co., KY; bur. Chowan, NC.  A longhunter.  Around 1765 he traveled with Benjamin Cutbrith  on a tour to the West of the Mississippi River .   He served during the Revolutionary War. [xxviii]
1.5.4.        
Joseph Baker , b. ca. 1751, Orange Co., NC; d. 1838, Garrard Co., KY; m. Wythe Co., VA.  He was a longhunter.  According to family tradition Joseph was somewhat of a "black sheep" of the family.  He at one point was forbidden by his brother Andrew  from coming to visit until had "mended his ways.  Joseph had ten (10) children.  His eldest son was named Abraham .[xxix]  Found "Early Settlers of Lee County Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Vol. 1[xxx]", listed among those who served in the Revolutionary War we find from a Montgomery County, Virginia listing 5 Sept 1777 - Apr 1778, Joseph Baker .   In 1814, a Joseph Baker  held 248 acres of land on Water North Fork Clinch, Lee County , Virginia .  He was a resident of the county at the time.
1.5.5.        
Richard Baker, [according to Mrs. L. B. Cox, Jr. , Ozona , Texas [xxxi]]
1.5.6.        
Rev. Robert Baker , b. 1753; m. Miss Blount .  Settled in Hawkins Co., TN. Served in the Battle of Kings Mountain .
1.5.7.        
George F. Baker , b. 14 Oct 1759, Granville , NC .
1.5.8.        
Eleanor/Ellender  Baker, b. ca. 1765; m. Col. Jesse Ray , b. 1765, Jefferson Co., NC
1.5.9.        
Martha "Patsy" Baker , b. 1761, NC; m. Justice Bowlin .
1.5.10.     
Elijah Baker , b. 1742, Luenburg Co., VA; d. 6 Nov 1798, Salisbury , Maryland .  He was a Baptist Preacher.[xxxii]
1.5.11.     
Leonard Baker   a Baptist Preacher[xxxiii]
1.5.12.     
James Baker ; m. probably Mary Mullins .
1.5.13.     
Bolling/Bowling Baker [xxxiv] , b. 1763, NC; m. Martha "Patsy" Morris .  He served during the Revolutionary War. [xxxv]

Joseph Baker

1.8.  Joseph Baker , son of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , had a son:

1.8.1.    Andrew Baker

Sheila Baker

1.9.  Sheila Baker , daughter of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , m. Mr. Thompson . 

Mr. & Sheila (Baker) Thompson had a daughter:

1.9.1.   Jane Thompson

Caleb Beaker/Baker Sr.

1.10.  Caleb Baker  Sr . , son of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , b. ca. 1690, Lancaster or Lancastershire, England[xxxvi]; d. Mar 1754, Prince Edward Co., VA; will dated 24 Nov 1750, Amelia/Prince Edward Co., VA; bur. Prince Edward Co., VA; m. 13 Nov 1742[xxxvii] to Martha Brook s, b. 1695, Lancashire, England; d. May 1759, Prince Edward Co., VA; will dated 20 Apr 1759.

Caleb Beaker  sold the 500 acres on which the Baker gun works in Pennsylvania had been located on 4 Jul 1741 to Jacob Good .  Following the sale of the property Caleb Beaker moved his family to Virginia .

Shortly after this, ca. 1740-1741, we find, Caleb  & Martha Baker  living in a Scotch-Irish settlement known as, Buffalo Settlement in Prince Edward Co., VA [xxxviii]

Will of Caleb Baker Sr.

Caleb & Martha (Brook) Baker had eight (8) children:

1.10.1.      Samuel Baker , b. ca. 1718, Pennsylvania [xxxix]; d. 1782.  He receives 463 acres of land in Amelia Co., VA near Spring Creek in father's will.[xl]  He is appointed as one of the executors of his father's will[xli].
1.10.2.     
Henry Baker , b. ca. 1720, Pennsylvania [xlii].  He receives 400 acres of land that joined the land given to Samuel, in his father's will[xliii].  He is appointed as one of the executors of his father's will[xliv].  He has a cropped off ear.
1.10.3.     
Abraham Baker , b. ca. 1722, Pennsylvania [xlv].  He receives 200 acres adjoining that of his brothers, from father's estate[xlvi].
1.10.4.     
Caleb Baker , Jr. , b. 1734, possibly Lancaster , England [xlvii]; d. 1824[xlviii].  He receives 307 acres adjoining that of his brothers from father's estate[xlix]; d. bef. 1750; m. Martha (unknown).
1.10.5.     
Ruth Baker , b.. 1736, possibly Lancaster , England , m. Samuel Johnston .  She receives 20 pounds current money of Virginia from her father's estate[l].
1.10.6.     
Martha Baker , b. 1728, Chester , Pennsylvania , m. Charles Ewing. She receives 20 pounds current money of Virginia from her father's estate[li].
1.10.7.     
Mary Baker , b. ca. 1730, Bedford Co., VA; d. 25 Jun 1787, Bedford Co., VA; bur. Bedford Co., VA, m. Robert Ewing. She receives 20 pounds current money of Virginia from her father's estate[lii].
1.10.8.     
Easter/Ester Baker , b. ca. 1716, Prince Edward Co., VA[liii]; d. Cub Creek, Charlotte Co., VA; m. 1739, Amelia/Prince Edward Co., VA to Samuel Wallace , son of Peter & Elizabeth (Woods) Wallace   There was some trouble between Samuel Wallace and his father-in-law, Caleb Baker , Sr.    Caleb Baker, Sr. had his son-in-law placed under a peace bond of $100.00[liv].  She receives one shilling sterling and no more from her father's estate[lv].

James Baker, Esq.

1.11.  James Baker , Esq. , son of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , b. Virginia .

James Baker , Esq. , was the first white man to hold title to land in that part of Wilkes County , North Carolina , which became Ashe County , NC .[lvi].

Sarah May Baker

1.12.  Sarah May Baker , daughter of Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker , m 1st Thomas Callaway ; m 2nd to (unknown) Elliott .  In her will she names Andrew Baker  and Cuthbrith Baker  as her nephews.

Miss Baker

1.4.1.  Miss Baker , daughter of Robert & Mary (Thompson) Baker  Jr., m. James Anderson . 

James & Miss (Baker) Anderson had two (2) children:

1.4.1.1.    Thomas Anderson  
1.4.1.2.   
Mary Anderson

Samuel Baker

1.4.2.  Samuel Baker , of Robert & Mary (Thompson) Baker  Jr., d. 1757, Rowan Co., NC. 

Samuel Baker had four (4) children:

1.4.2.1.    Robert Baker [lvii]
1.4.2.2.   
Mary Baker
[lviii]
1.4.2.3.    Margaret Baker[lix]  
1.4.2.4.   
John Baker
[lx]

Henry Baker

1.10.2.  Henry Baker , son of Caleb & Martha (Brook) Baker.  He receives 400 acres of land that joined the land given to Samuel , in his father's will[lxi].  He is appointed as one of the executors of his father's will[lxii]. 

This Henry Baker  went to court in Granville Co., NC before Judge James Robertson  and demanded a trial as to why he had one ear missing.  He had his 9 year old son and other witnesses who swore that Henry had been in a fight at Bakers Mill and the man had bit off one of Baker's ears, and that the court should find this to be the case and make public its findings[lxiii].

NOTE:  A cropped off ear was the mark of a convicted thief in these times.  -- E.B. Allen

Caleb Baker  Jr.  

1.10.4.  Caleb Baker  Jr. , son of Caleb & Martha (Brook) Baker, b. 1734; d. 10 Mar 1824; m 1st 1740 to Catherine Hodnett , daughter of John & Catherine (Brook) Hodnett , d. ca. 1810; m 2nd ca. 1810/1811 to Catherine (unknown) Baker , widow of his cousin, Andrew Baker , Sr.

Revolutionary Service: Private plus Patriot Service[lxiv]

Will of Caleb Baker Jr.

Caleb & Catherine (Hodnett) Baker had eight (8) children:

1.10.4.1.        Susanna Baker , m. Mr. Greenwood .
1.10.4.2.      
Patsey Baker , m. Mr. Greenwood.  
1.10.4.3.      
Salley Baker , m. Mr. Jones.  
1.10.4.4.      
Catherine "Katie" Baker, m. Mr. Hendrick.  
1.10.4.5.      
Abner Baker , b. 1775, Prince Edward Co., VA; d. 1861; m. 19 Oct 1796, Bedford, VA to Elizabeth Beauford /Buford , daughter of Col. Wiliam Buford of Bedford Co., VA; b. 1781.
1.10.4.6.      
Lucy Baker , d. bef. 7 Nov 1822; m. Mr. Hudson .
1.10.4.7.      
William Baker , d. bef. 7 Nov 1822.  He had gone to Lincoln Co., Kentucky in 1796[lxv].
1.10.4.8.      
Brook Baker .

Easter/Ester Baker

1.10.8.   Easter/Ester Baker , daughter of Caleb & Martha (Brook) Baker, m. 1739[lxvi] to Samuel Wallace , son of Peter & Elizabeth (Woods) Wallace.

There was some trouble between Samuel Wallace  and his father-in-law, Caleb Baker , Sr.    Caleb Baker, Sr. had his son-in-law placed under a peace bond of $100.00, so in his will he disinherited the whole family.[lxvii]

Samuel & Ester (Baker) Wallace had a son:

1.10.8.1.       Caleb Baker  Wallace , b. 1742, VA[lxviii]; m 1st 1774 Sarah Dowell [lxix]; m 2nd Rosanna Christian [lxx]; m 3rd Mrs. Mary Brown  of Frankfort, Kentucky[lxxi]. He received and AB degree from Princeton University .[lxxii]  He became a Presbyterian minister and preached the gospel in New Jersey and Virginia before going to Kentucky in 1782[lxxiii].  Upon arriving in Kentucky he took up the practice of law. [lxxiv]  Caleb Baker Wallace help to establish Washington & Lee college Hampton-Sydney College in his home town of Farmville , Prince Edward Co. , VA.   He settled in the present Woodford Co., near Midlway Kentucky .  Here he became interested in the founding of Transylvania College , serving as Trustee.  He attended the conventions held at Danville , Kentucky and the presidential debates of 1787.  He was the manager of the convention that formed the Constitution of Kentucky in 1799.  He was a member of the Supreme Court until 1813, the first Woodford County Court was held in his law office in his yard at his residence[lxxv].  He was the first Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court. [lxxvi]

NOTE:  AROUND 1790 THERE WAS A NOAH Baker PREACHING IN THE CLAIBORNE CO., TENNESSEE AREA.  IT IS NOT KNOWN HOW HE, OR IF, FITS INTO THESE FAMILIES.

Rev. Andrew Baker

1.5.1.  Rev. Andrew Baker , son of Andrew & Mary (Bowling) Baker, Sr., b. Augusta Co., VA [presently Grayson Co.] 1749, VA; d. 23 Apr 1815, Lee Co., VA; bur. Robert Clark Cemetery, Jonesville, Lee Co., VA; m. ca. 1769 to Elizabeth Avant , daughter of Peter & Amy (Massey)  Avant, b. 12 Sept or 12 Oct 1752, Brunswick Co., VA; d. ca. 1844, Lee Co., VA; bur. Lee Co., VA.  See Avant

In 1768, Andrew Baker  became one of the first settler is the New River area of Wilkes County , North Carolina [this area became Ashe County , North Carolina in 1799].  Like most great men his reputation was impeccable, he was a good Whig, he held great influence in the community, was a chaplain of the Baptist religion, and held an eminent for morality.

Andrew Baker  was a Primitive Baptist minister.  He served as such prior to the American Revolution and following it.  He started many churches around the area of North Carolina and southwest Virginia .  History shows him to have been an able, wise and successful minister in these areas.  There were many churches in which he preached and pastored. 

Pastored Churches

Dutchman's Creek Church - this church was broken up during the Revolutionary War
Eatons's Church - formed 16 Dec 1790
Brier Creek Church, Wilkes Co., NC - here he served two terms, 1781-1794 and again 1800-1802
Lewis Fork Church, Wilkes Co., NC, 1792-1794
Cedar Island (which became Ausburn then later Fox Creek Church ), Grayson Co., VA
Sinclair's Bottom Church, Washington Co., VA
Providence Church, Yadkin Co., NC in 1805
Thompson Settlement Baptist Church, Lee Co., VA - 1811-1815

Rev. Andrew & Elizabeth (Avant) Baker  were received by letter into the Thompson Settlement Baptist Church in Lee Co., VA on the 3rd Saturday of October, 1811.  He was called to pastor the church on 23 Apr 1815.

There are many stories concerning the relationship between the Baker and Avant families.  One consistent theme, holds that when Andrew and Elizabeth married she was disowned by her family.  She was disinherited and told never to return home.  It was not until her parents later years that they sought to make peace with their daughter.  Calling her to return home before they died.

An tale states that when Andrew and Elizabeth first married he was a fiddler for dances, of course this was prior to his becoming a preacher.  The story goes that he and his wife left the children at home to attend a dance - staying late into the evening.  Upon returning home they found the house and children burned to the ground.  This was said to have led him to become a Christian and a preacher never to attend another dance.  There are of course, several variations to this tale.  The most plausible one that I came across, had Andrew and Elizabeth attending a party.  While they were out one of their children burned up when the house burned.

Revolutionary Service: 

·         He served as chaplain in his company in the Revolutionary War
·        
He served as a private in Capt. Isaac Ruddle 's Company at Ruddles Fort between Cynthiann and Paris from fall of 1779 to 1780 when the British and Indians used cannon (for the first time against Kentucky ) defeated and captured the Americans.  Kentucky was then the Virginia frontier.

Rev. Andrew & Elizabeth (Avant) Baker had nine (9) children:

1.5.1.1.    Solomon, Baker b. 13 Apr 1770, Wilkes Co., NC (now in Ashe Co., NC).  He is found in Claiborne  Co., TN in 1816.  He is later found in Harlan Co., KY.  This is his last known whereabouts.
1.5.1.2.   
Henry Baker , b. 14 Aug 1774, Washington Co., VA; d. Jun 1811, near Chilhowee, VA; m. 6 Sept 1794 to Mary 'Mercy' Marcia Tilson, b. 1772, St. Clairs Bottom, VA; d. 6 Aug 1838, Knightstown, IN.  There were eight (8) children of this union.
1.5.1.3.   
Andrew Baker , b. 18 Feb. 1777, Washington Co., VA; d. 1870; m. Jane (Unknown) , b. 1782
1.5.1.4.   
Joseph Baker , b. 8 Apr 1779, VA, Washington Co., VA.  He is the grandfather of the Rev. Jesse Baker , president of Mossy Creek College [now known as Carson-Newman]
1.5.1.5.   
James Baker , b. 27 Jan 1782, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.6.   
John Baker , b. 16 Aug 1784, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.7.   
Nancy Baker , b. 10 Jan 1787, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.8.   
Elijah Baker , b. 8 May 1789, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.9.   
Martha “Patsy” Baker , b. 27 Oct 1791, Wilkes Co., NC (now Ashe Co., NC); d. 1869; m. Eli Davis, Sr.

Morris Baker

1.5.2.  Morris Baker , son of Andrew & Mary (Bowling) Baker, b. 1750, NC; d. bef. 2 Feb 1813, most likely Grayson Co., VA[lxxvii]; m. Patsy Smith , daughter of Hugh & Jane  Smith .  He is listed in the 1830 Hawkins Co., Census as Maurice Baker with 5 persons in his household[lxxviii].

Revolutionary Service: 

Enlisted in the Revolution as a private on 18 Apr 1776, for a period of 2 ½ years.  He received a large land grant in Ashe Co., NC.[lxxix]

Morris Baker  and his family remained in North Carolina .

Morris & Patsy (Smith) Baker had nine (9) children:

1.5.2.1.    James Baker , d. 1843, Ashe Co., NC; m. Annie Cox , daughter of Capt. John & Margaret  (Davis) Cox , b. ca. 1775
1.5.2.2.   
Zachariah Baker , m. Sally Cox , daughter of Capt. John & Margaret  ( Davis ) Cox , b. ca. 1780

John Renta Baker  - LONGHUNTER

1.5.3.  John Renta Baker , son of Andrew & Mary (Bowling) Baker, Sr.; b. 7 Oct 1735, Ashe Co., NC; d.  1820, Clay Co., KY; bur. Chowan, NC; m. 5 Sep 1756, NC to Elizabeth Terrell , b. ca. 1727, Chowan, NC; d. aft. 1780, Chowan , NC ; bur. Chowan , NC .

A longhunter.  Around 1765 he traveled with Benjamin Cutbrith  on a tour to the West of the Mississippi River .  In 1766, a hunting party consisting of:  John Baker , John Steward , and James Stewart  traveled down the head streams of the Tennessee River, crossed the Clinch Mountains to the Cumberland Valley.  They explored the Tennessee , Ohio and Cumberland Rivers , then continued down the Mississippi to Natchez .  In 1766 Captain James Smith , Joshua Haughaton , Uriah Stone , William Baker ,  & Jamie (a negro slave boy) , explored along the Cumberland down the Ohio .  In early June of 1769, a great hunt was made in Kentucky & Tennessee from the New River, 8 miles from Ft. Chiswell .  Included in the 22 members of the hunting party were:  Joseph Baker , Joseph Drake , William Crabtree , and John Baker.

In 1770 John Baker  is found in the Watauga settlement (NC).  During the Revolutionary War John Baker served under the command of Colonel Cleveland .  He was among the men who went to rescue Colonel Cleveland, after he was ambushed by the Riddle gang of Tories, shortly after the battle.  He received a Revolutionary War pension in North Carolina .

In 1777, James Smith y , Joshua Haughaton , Uriah Stone , and William Baker  explored along the Cumberland into Middle Tennessee.[lxxx]

Revolutionary Service: 

John Baker served under Colonel Cleveland .   When Colonel Cleveland was ambushed by the Riddle gang of Tories, shortly after the battle, he was one of the men who went to rescue him.  He received a pension (North Carolina Records Volume 22).  A John Baker was in the Watauga settlement in 1770, and he was one of the Long Hunters.[lxxxi]

John Renta & Elizabeth (Terrell) Baker had eleven (11) children:

1.5.3.1.          William Baker , b. 1788 Rutherford Co., NC
1.5.3.2.         
George Washington Baker , b. 29 Mar 1779, Wilkesboro, Wilkes Co., NC; d. Linn, Missouri; bur. Linn, Missouri; m. 1800, Garrad Co., KY to Esther Robertson , daughter of Samuel Robertson [lxxxii]  George Washington Baker took his family to Missouri ca. 1827.[lxxxiii]
1.5.3.3.         
Lt. Robert Baker  (aka Julius Bob Baker ), b. 1 Mar 1774, Buncombe Co., NC; d. 29 Nov 1859, Owsley Co., KY, (age 85); m. Carter Co., TN to Elizabeth Hammond .
1.5.3.4.         
Nancy Baker , m. to Rev. William Coats .  Rev. Coats  was a Baptist minister.  They moved from Tennessee to Missouri around 1830.[lxxxiv]
1.5.3.5.         
Igha Iffa Baker , b. ca. 1780, Buncombe Co., NC.
1.5.3.6.         
Isaac Baker , b. 1757, Chowan , NC ; d. Chowan , NC ; bur. Chowan , NC .
1.5.3.7.         
Bowling Baker , b. ca. 1764, Buncombe Co., NC.
1.5.3.8.         
Patricia "Pattie" Baker, b. 1764, Wilkes Co., NC.
1.5.3.9.         
Andrew Baker , b. 1765, Buncombe Co., NC.
1.5.3.10.      
John Durkham Baker , b. 1770, Buncombe Co., NC.
1.5.3.11.      
James Claybank Baker , b. 1767, Buncombe Co., NC

Joseph Baker  - LONGHUNTER

1.5.4.  Joseph Baker,  son of Andrew & Mary (Bowling) Baker; m.  Miss Unknown. 

It is said that according to family tradition, Joseph was the so-called "black sheep" of the family.  He was a one point forbidden by his brother Andrew from coming to visit until he had "mended his ways". 

In early June of 1769, a great hunt was made into Kentucky and Tennessee .  The group of 22 hunters began their journey from the New River, 8 miles from Ft. Chiswell .  Included in the party were:  Joseph Baker , Joseph Drake , William Crabtree , and John Baker .  A Joseph Baker is among those who served in the Revolutionary War.  He is found in a listing of 5 Sept 177 - Apr 1778, Montgomery County , Virginia .  Later Joseph Baker is found in 1814, with 248 acres of land on the waters of the North Fork of the Clinch in Lee County , Virginia .  Records indicate that at the time he was a resident of the county.

Joseph & Miss (Unknown) Baker had ten (10) children:

1.5.4.1.       Abraham Baker, eldest  
1.5.4.2.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.3.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.4.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.5.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.6.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.7.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.8.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.9.      
Child Baker  
1.5.4.10.   
Child Baker

Rev. Robert Baker

1.5.6.  Rev. Robert Baker , son of Andrew & Mary (Bolin/Bowling) Baker, Sr. b. 1753; m. Miss Blount .  Settled in Hawkins Co., TN. Served in the Battle of Kings Mountain .

Rev. Robert Baker  was a Methodist minister from Montgomery and Calloway Counties of Missouri .

Obituary of Rev. Robert Baker

Rev. Robert & Miss (Blount) Baker had a (1) child:

1.5.6.1.    Child Baker

James Baker

1.5.12.  James Baker , son of Andrew & Mary (Bolin/Bowling) Baker, Sr.

He was instrumental in founding the Cranberry Ironfields of North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee . [lxxxvi]  James Baker  went East to Tennessee around 1896.

James Baker had four (4) children:

1.5.12.1.    John "Jack" Baker . Went to Missouri  
1.5.12.2.   
Thomas Baker  went to Missouri with this brother, John Baker .[lxxxvii]
1.5.12.3.   
George Baker , b. 14 Oct 1759, NC; d. 1830, Campbell Co., TN.[lxxxviii]; m. to Elizabeth Comer[lxxxix] .  He served during the Revolutionary War. [xc]
1.5.12.4.   
Bowling Baker .  Went to Missouri with his brother, John Baker .

Bolling Baker

1.5.13.  Bolling (Boling/Bowling) Baker[xci], son of Andrew & Mary (Bolin/Bowling) Baker, Sr., b. 1763, NC; d.  Clay Co., KY; m. Martha "Patsy" Morris.  He served during the Revolutionary War. [xcii]

Revolutionary War Service:

·         Capt. Isaac Ruddle 's Company at Ruddles Fort between Cynthiann and Paris from fall of 1779 to 1780 when the British and Indians used cannon (for the first time against Kentucky ) defeated and captured the Americans.  Kentucky was then the Virginia frontier.
·        
Enlisted June 1780, Wilkes Co., NC, at the age of 16, for 3 months under Capt. Paul Patrick  and Lt. Robert Killpatrick , which company was attached to a battalion commanded by Maj. Macajah Lewis and Mart Armstrong  and a Colonel was commandant of the Regiment.  Discharged Sept 1780.
·        
Enlisted December 1780, Wilkes Co., NC for 3 months, under Capt. William Nall , which company was attached to a battalion commanded by Major Joseph Phillips , stationed at Salsbury, employed in guarding British prisoners and Tories taken at the battle of King's Mountain and from there marched with the prisoners at the approach of Cornwallis to the Virginia line and he things he delivered the prisoners to a regiment commanded by Col. Penn and was discharged March 1781.
·        
Enlisted Sept 1781, Wilkes Co., NC, for 3 months under the command of Capt. Samuel Johnston  and Lt. Elisha Reynolds , Major Frances Hardgrave , commanded the battalion to which said Johnston company.
·        
Enlisted March 1782, Washington Co., NC, for 3 months, as substitute in place of Richard Keen , a mounted volunteer.  He belonged to a company commanded by Capt. James Stevenson . This company marched to the command of Col. Charles Robertson  at Johnsboro.  This was an expedition against the Chicamaga Indian Towns in the Cherokee Nation.  This was a mounted expedition, each soldier finding his own horse, marched from Jonesboro to the Long Island of Holston, then to Big Creek and the company to which he belonged was there united with the main body of the troops under the command of Col. Isaac Shelby .  Discharged due to the inability to the impossibility of obtaining the substance for the army, after 4 weeks.  Capt. Stevenson  immediately raised his company of mounted rangers to range and guard the frontier settlements
·        
Enlisted in Capt. Stevenson  company  of mounted rangers.  He again furnished his own horse, united himself to the company and marched and stationed on French Broad River , from there ranged the frontiers and continued in service under the command of Capt. Stevenson for four months.
·        
Enlisted Sept 1782, Washington Co., NC (now Washington Co., TN), for 3 months service as a mounted volunteer against the Cherokee Indians, in the company commanded by Capt. Thomas Wood .  The expedition was commanded by Col. John Sevier  and Lt. Charles Robertson .

Some of Bowlings children went to Morgan Co., Indiana, later to Linn Co., Missouri .[xciii]  Ca. 1831, Bolin Baker , traveled to Indiana to testify on his brother George Baker s' pension application and had George testify on his own application

Solomon Baker

1.5.1.1.  Solomon Baker , son of Andrew & Elizabeth (Avant) Baker, b. 13 Apr 1770, Wilkes Co., NC [presently Ashe Co., NC]; d. after 1847, Kentucky?; m. Miss Unknown , b. NC; probably d. after 1830, as she is in no further census records. 

Solomon & Miss (Unknown) Baker had at least nine (9) children:

1.5.1.1.1.     Johanna Baker , b. 1804, Ashe Co., NC; m. Squire Hurst .  They are found in the 1840 Scott Co., Arkansas Census.
1.5.1.1.2.    
Andrew Jackson Baker , b. 1807, Ashe Co., NC.; d. ca. 1880-1890, buried Turner Cemetery, Bell Co., KY.  An A.J. Baker  appears in the 1860 Harlan Co., KY Census with his sister Johanna Hurst  in his home.  He worked as a teacher.  He never married. 
1.5.1.1.3.    
Henry Baker , b. 11 Aug 1809, Ashe Co., NC; d. 26 Feb 1867, Wheelock,, Robertson Co., TX; m1st 1 Aug 1840, Franklin Co., Missouri to Eliza Keatley , b. 1 Aug 1820; d. before 1853; m2nd 26 Apr 1853 to Marsha Elizabeth Burnham , b. 1827, Missouri; d. 1863-1864, Scott Co., AK; m3rd 1866, Texas to Biddy S. Morgan . He had children by each of his wives.  His family is listed in the 1860 Scott Co., Arkansas Census.
1.5.1.1.4.    
Caleb Baker , b. 23 Mar 1813, on the New River, Ashe Co., NC; d. 16 Jun 1886, Mercersgap, TX, bur. Snowhill Cemetery, Collins Co., TX; m. ca. 1832-1834, near Cumberland Gap, KY or TN to Ellendor Dorcas Holcomb , b. 5 Dec 181, Buncombe Co., NC; d. 24 Jan 1880, Collins Co., TX.  He was on the 1880 Collins Co., Texas Census.  Caleb & Ellendor (Holcomb) Baker had sixteen (16) children, thirteen surviving to adulthood.
1.5.1.1.5.    
Sabrina Baker , b. 1815, Ashe Co., NC; m. Walter Ferrel .  They are found on the 1850 Kaufman Co., Texas Census.
1.5.1.1.6.    
Russell Leroy Baker , b. 23 Aug 1823, Claiborne Co., TN; d. 2 Mar 1888, Brown Co., TX of a stroke, bur. Greenleaf Cemetery, Brownwood, Texas; m. 20 Nov 1845 to Elizabeth Hutchins , daughter of William & Gilmore  (Unknown) Hutchins, b. 28 Mar 1828, Indiana; d. 22 May 1913, Jones Co., TX  He is listed in the 1850 Washington Co., Arkansas Census.  He is later shown in the 1880 Brown Co., Texas Census.  Russell & Elizabeth Baker  had seven (7) children.
1.5.1.1.7.    
James Baker, b. ca. 1820.  He possibly is the same James Baker  who is listed in the 1850 Tarrant Co., Texas Census.
1.5.1.1.8.    
Joseph Baker , b. ca. 1800, possibly Ashe Co., NC; m. Rhoda Unknown , b. 1805.  They are listed in the 1850 Washington Co., Arkansas Census.
1.5.1.1.9.    
John Baker , b. ca. 1802

Henry Baker

1.5.1.2.  Henry Baker , son of Andrew & Elizabeth (Avant) Baker, b. 14 Aug 1774, Washington Co., VA; d. Jun 1811, near Chilhowie, Washington Co., VA; m. 6 Sept 1794 {by his father, Rev. Andrew Baker } to Mary 'Mercy' Marcia Tilson, b. 1772, St. Clairs Bottom, VA; d. 6 Aug 1838, Knightstown, IN. 

Henry & Mary ‘Mercy’ Marcia (Tilson) Baker had eight (8) children:

1.5.1.2.1.     William Baker , b. 30 Jun 1795, Washington Co., VA; d. 13 Nov 1874, Boone Co., IN; m. 8 Feb 1816, Washington Co., VA to Sarah Bryant , b. 24 Sept 1796; d. 1 Feb 1871 Boone Co., IN
1.5.1.2.2.    
Andrew Baker , b. 1799, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.2.3.    
Jane Baker , b. 1801, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.2.4.    
Elizabeth Baker , b. 1803, Washington Co., VA; m. Aaron Center  (or Senter).
1.5.1.2.5.    
Henry Baker , b. 1805, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.2.6.    
Martha Baker , b. 1807, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.2.7.    
James Baker , b. 1809, Washington Co., VA
1.5.1.2.8.    
Mary Marcia Baker, b. 12 Jun 1811, Washington Co., VA

Andrew Baker , Jr.

1.5.1.3.  Andrew Baker , Jr. , son of Andrew & Elizabeth (Avant) Baker, b. 18 Feb. 1777, Washington Co., VA; d. 1870; m. Jane (Unknown) , b. 1782. 

Andrew & Jane (Unknown) Baker had fourteen (14) children:

1.5.1.3.1.        William Baker , b. 1801
1.5.1.3.2.       
Nancy Baker , b. 1802
1.5.1.3.3.       
John H. Baker , b. 1803
1.5.1.3.4.       
Elizabeth Baker , b. 1805
1.5.1.3.5.       
Rebecca Baker , b. 1806
1.5.1.3.6.       
Deidamia Baker , b. 1808
1.5.1.3.7.       
Joseph Baker , b. 1810
1.5.1.3.8.       
Mary “Polly” Baker , b. 1811; m. Herrod Hendrickson , b. 1811.  Issue
1.5.1.3.9.       
Lucy Baker , b. 1813
1.5.1.3.10.    
Patsy Baker , b. 1815
1.5.1.3.11.    
Cassandra Baker , b. 1817; m. John Calvin Crawford , b. 1816.  Issue.
1.5.1.3.12.    
Solomon Baker , b. 1820
1.5.1.3.13.    
Elvina Baker , b. 1822
1.5.1.3.14.    
Minerva Baker , b. 1824

Joseph Baker

1.5.1.4.  Joseph Baker , son of Andrew & Elizabeth (Avant) Baker, b. 8 Apr 1779, VA, Washington Co., VA. 

Joseph Baker had a (1) son:

1.5.1.4.1.   G.W. Baker  m. Martha Unknown .  

James Baker

1.5.2.1.  James Baker , son of Morris & Patsy (Smith) Baker, d. 1843, Ashe Co., NC; m. Annie Cox , daughter of Capt. John & Margaret  (Davis) Cox, b. ca. 1775. 

James & Annie (Cox) Baker had ten (10) children:

1.5.2.1.1.        Zachariah Baker , b. 1 Dec 1800, Ashe Co., NC; d. 7 Aug 1882, Creston, Ashe Co., NC; m. 4 Apr 1822 to Zylphia Dickson , daughter of Whispering Jim  & Catherine Katy (Dick)  Dickson, b. 11 May 1804, Nathan's Cr., Ashe Co., NC; d. 12 Jan 1874, Creston, Ashe Co., NC.  There were seven (7) children of this union.
1.5.2.1.2.       
Joshua Baker , b. 7 Nov 1802, Ashe Co., NC; d. 8 Jan 1879; m. Nancy Dickson, daughter of Whispering Jim  & Catherine Katy (Dick)  Dickson.  There were seven (7) children of this union.
1.5.2.1.3.       
possible son - John Simpson Baker  
1.5.2.1.4.       
child Baker  
1.5.2.1.5.       
child Baker  
1.5.2.1.6.       
child Baker  
1.5.2.1.7.       
child Baker  
1.5.2.1.8.       
child Baker  
1.5.2.1.9.       
child Baker  
1.5.2.1.10.    
Cynthia Baker , b. 20 Sept 1818, Ashe Co., NC; d. 22 Jun 1873; m. Jack Reeves , son of Jesse & Miss (Terrill)  Reeves, b. 1 Oct 1809, Ashe Co., NC; d. 24 Jan 1883, Ashe Co., NC.  He m2nd Nancy (Baker) King , widow of Joseph A. King , daughter of Zachariah  & Zylphia (Dickson) Baker .  Jack & Cynthia (Baker) Reeves had three children of their union.

William Baker

1.5.3.1.  William Baker , son of Robert Baker , III, b. 31 Jan 1789[xciv] Rutherford Co., NC; d. before 1835;  m. 9[xcv] /10 Oct 1810, Hawkins Co., TN[xcvi] to Elizabeth (Melissa "Milly") Wallen, daughter of James Carr  & Mary (Johnson) Wallen , b. 1 Jun 1793[xcvii], Hawkins Co., TN[xcviii]; d. 1852, Hancock Co., TN[xcix].  Milly (Wallen) Baker  m 2nd 14 May 1835 to Claiborne Sizemore [c]; m 3rd to George Washington Levacy .

William & Elizabeth (Wallen) Baker had twelve (12) children:

1.5.3.1.1.        John Wesley Baker [ci]  , b. 19 Apr 1812[cii], Hawkins Co., TN; d. 3 Apr 1903; m. 1 Feb 1838, Hawkins Co., TN to Polly Anderson [ciii]
1.5.3.1.2.       
Andrew C. Baker [civ], b. 27 Jan 1814[cv], Hawkins Co., TN; m. 10 Apr 1834, Hawkins Co., TN to Elizabeth Roberts [cvi]
1.5.3.1.3.       
Polly "Molly " W. Baker[cvii], b. 6 Feb 1816[cviii], Hawkins Co., TN.
1.5.3.1.4.       
James W. Baker [cix], b. 27 Apr 1818[cx], Hawkins Co., TN; d. 14 Jul 1824[cxi], TN.
1.5.3.1.5.       
Millicent "Milly/Emiley" Baker[cxii], b. 8 Jun 1820[cxiii], Hawkins Co., TN; d. 25 Mar 1904, Hancock Co., TN.
1.5.3.1.6.       
Susannah Baker [cxiv], b. 15 Oct 1822[cxv], Hawkins Co., TN
1.5.3.1.7.       
William Baker , b. 14 Apr 1827, Hawkins CO., TN.
1.5.3.1.8.       
Elizabeth "Betty"Baker, b. 24 Apr 1829, Hawkins, Co., TN.
1.5.3.1.9.       
Ann Baker , b. 25 May 1831, Hawkins Co., TN; d. 24 Jun 1831, TN
1.5.3.1.10.    
Claiborne Baker , b. 28 Feb 1833, Hawkins Co., TN.
1.5.3.1.11.    
Jesse Wallen  Baker , b. 8 Apr 1837, Hawkins Co., TN; d. 17 Apr 1895, Hawkins Co., TN
1.5.3.1.12.    
Joseph W. Baker, b. 15 Aug 1825, Hawkins Co., TN; d. 6 Aug 1897

Lt. Robert Baker  (aka Julius Bob Baker )

1.5.3.3.  Lt. Robert Baker  (aka Julius Bob Baker ), son of John Renta & Elizabeth (Terrell) Baker, b. 1 Mar 1774; d. 29 Nov 1859, Owsley Co., KY, (age 85); m 1st  Carter Co., TN to Elizabeth Hammond ; m 2nd to Catharine/Katey (Bolin) Baker ???[cxvi].

Militia Commission

In 1807, Julius Bob Baker  was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the Kentucky Militia.

STATE OF KENTUCKY

OWSLEY COUNTY  SS.

 

                On this 8th day of August 1855 before me, a Justice of the Peace in and for this county and state aforesaid personally appeared Robert Baker , aged eighty one years this 1st March last, who being duly sworn according to law, deClares that he is the identical Robert Baker who was a Lieutenant in the Company commanded by Captain Thomas McJilton  in the 11th Regiment Kentucky Volunteers commanded by Colonel William Williams .  That he volunteered at Manchester , Clay County, in the State of Kentucky on or about the 15th day of August 1813.  Was muster out of service ot a place in the State of Ohio opposite Maysville, Kentucky on or about the (20th) day of November 1813 and honorably discharged at said time and place or in a few days after and on his arrival home in Clay County, Kentucky.

               

                He further states that he is the identical Robert Baker  who was a Private in the Company commanded by Captain Jacob Tipton  in the ______ Regiment commanded by Colonel Drake [cxvii].   That he enlisted at Jonesboroguh in what is now the State of Tennessee on or about the 1st day fo May 1791, was in St. Clairs defeat and was engaged six months in service in said Regiment.

 

                He further states that he has received for the service aforesaid in 1813 Bounty Land Warrant No ______ of forty acres -------

 

     -- From pension files of Lieutenant Robert Baker  in the National Archives, Washington , D.C.


Robert & Elizabeth ( Hammond ) Baker had ten (10) children:

1.5.3.3.1.        Elizabeth Baker , b. 15 Aug 1791, Carter Co., TN.
1.5.3.3.2.       
John "Mucker Jack" H. Baker, b. 12 Oct 1793, Carter Co., TN; m. 1825, Clay CO., KY to Lucinda Amis , (daughter of his step-mother, Katey Bolin .  Could it be his father married his mother-in-law??)
1.5.3.3.3.       
Mary "Polly" Baker, b. 27 Nov 1795, Carter Co., TN; m. 27 Apr 1812, Clay Co., KY to James Turner .
1.5.3.3.4.       
Esther Baker , b. 1 Jun 1798, Mercer Co., KY; m. 24 Jun 1812 to John Allen .
1.5.3.3.5.       
Robert " Boston Bob" Baker, Jr., b. 29 Apr 1800, Lee Co., VA[cxviii]
1.5.3.3.6.       
Nancy Baker , b. January 1803; m. 10 Dec 1822, Clay Co., KY to Andrew Burns .  They were the grandparents of James Anderson Burns , co-founder of Oneida Baptist Institute.
1.5.3.3.7.       
Zelphy Baker , b. 9 Apr 1806; m. 16 Mar 1821, Clay Co., KY to James "Grey Jim" Sandlin.  Note:  Willie K. Sandlin  of Leslie Co., KY was the only Kentuckian to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor WWI (1917).
1.5.3.3.8.       
Jane Baker , b. 13 Nov 1808; m. 2 Jun 1827, Clay Co., KY to William Abner .
1.5.3.3.9.        Andrew "Andy Pandy" Baker, b. 28 Jan 1810; m. 3 Oct 1833 to Polly Abner .
1.5.3.3.10.    
Susan Baker , b. 20 Mar 1813; m. 6 Sept 1832, Clay Co., KY to William Hunt .

Abner Baker

1.10.4.5.  Abner Baker , son of Caleb & Catherine (Hodnett) Baker, Jr., b. 1775, Prince Edward Co., VA; d. 1861; m. 19 Oct 1796, Bedford, VA to Elizabeth Beauford /Buford, daughter of Col. Wiliam Buford of Bedford Co., VA.  She was b. 1781.

In 1826, Abner Baker  went back to Prince Edward Count., VA "500 miles" and spent $2,000.00 to build a stone fence around the graves of his parents. "Saying" it’s a son's duty.  It was 14 days by horseback form Manchester , Kentucky to Farmville , Virginia [cxix].

Abner served as the first County Clerk for Clay County, Kentucky and did so for 37 years.[cxx]

When Abner Baker  left Clay Co., KY to go back to what is now Garrad Co., KY he removed the bodies of Elizabeth and his deceased children and took them back to the family home there[cxxi].

Abner & Elizabeth (Buford) Baker had fifteen (15) children:

1.10.4.5.1.        Dr. Abner Baker , Jr., d. 1846, Clay Co., KY, hanged for killing Daniel Bates  
1.10.4.5.2.       
Dr. Caleb Baker
.  He was a doctor in Knoxville , Tennessee  
1.10.4.5.3.       
Harriet Baker
, b. she was age 4 months at the time of her mother's death.
1.10.4.5.4.       
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.5.       
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.6.       
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.7.       
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.8.       
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.9.       
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.10.   
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.11.   
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.12.   
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.13.   
Child Baker
1.10.4.5.14.   
Child Baker

George Baker

1.5.12.3.  George Baker , son of James Baker[cxxii] , b. 14 Oct 1759, NC; d. 1830[cxxiii]; m. to Elizabeth  Comer[cxxiv].  He served during the Revolutionary War. [cxxv]. 

Revolutionary Service:

Capt. Isaac Ruddle 's Company at Ruddles Fort between Cynthiann and Paris from fall of 1779 to 1780 when the British and Indians used cannon (for the first time against Kentucky ) defeated and captured the Americans.  Kentucky was then the Virginia frontier.

George Baker  moved his family to Morgan Co., Indiana around 1830.

George & Elizabeth (Comer) Baker had two (2) sons:

1.5.12.3.1.        George Washington Baker , m. to Jane Irwin .
1.5.12.3.2.       
Ewing Baker

Mary “Polly” Baker

1.5.1.3.8.  Mary “Polly” Baker , daughter of Andrew & Jane (Unknown) Baker, Jr., b. 1811; m. to Herrod Hendrickson , b. 1811.

Herrod & Mary “Polly” (Baker) Hendrickson had nine (9) children:

1.5.1.3.8.1.    Eva Hendrickson ; m. John B. Hendrickson   
1.5.1.3.8.2.   
Margaret Hendrickson ; m. James Hoskins  
1.5.1.3.8.3.   
Martha Hendrickson ; m. Mr. Davis   
1.5.1.3.8.4.   
Mary Ann Hendrickson ; m. Mr. Hendrickson Williams   
1.5.1.3.8.5.   
Minerva Hendrickson ; m. Rufus  Moss   
1.5.1.3.8.6.   
Rebecca Hendrickson ; m. Simon Peace   
1.5.1.3.8.7.   
John Burchfield Hendrickson , b. 1840; d. 1924; m. Mary Ann Crawford , b. 1842; d. 1923
1.5.1.3.8.8.   
Solomon Yank Hendrickson , b. 1844; d. 1920; m. Eliza Jane Dawson , b. 1842; d. 1918
1.5.1.3.8.9.   
Jane Evelyn Hendrickson , b. 1885; m 1st to Thomas Crank ; m 2nd to Dick Steel   

Cassandra Baker

1.5.1.3.11.  Cassandra Baker , daughter of Andrew & Jane (Unknown) Baker, Jr., b. 1817; m. to John Calvin Crawford , b. 1816. 

John Calvin & Cassandra (Baker) Crawford had a (1) daughter:

1.5.1.3.11.1.  Sarah Minerva Crawford , b. 1888; m. Simon Peace , b. 1834; d. 1907. Issue

G. W. Baker

1.5.1.4.1.  G.W. Baker, son of Joseph Baker,  m. to Martha Unknown .   

1840 Hawkins Co., TN Census:

There is a George W. Baker  listed in the 1840 Hawkins Co., TN Census as having 5 persons in his household[cxxvi]. 

G.W. & Martha (Unknown) Baker  had one (1) child:

1.5.1.4.1.1.      Jesse Baker , b. 1836, Hancock Co., TN; d. 29 May 1902, Jefferson City, Jefferson Co., TN; m. 3 Oct 1860 Lucy A. Neil , daughter of William & Margaret Neil .  Jesse Baker graduated from president of Mossy Creek College [now known as Carson-Newman] in Jun 1859.  Jesse & Lucy A. (Neil) Baker had four children.

John Simpson Baker

1.5.2.1.3.  John Simpson Baker , possible son of James & Annie (Cox) Baker, b. 1803, TN; m. ca. 1831 to Susan Wallen , daughter of James Carr  & Mary (Johnson) Wallen , b. 8 Jan 1804, Hawkins Co., TN; d. 1875.  John Baker  was a farmer in Lee County , Virginia .  He had 400 acres of land in Lee County in 1850.

Lee County , VA 1850 Census:

059         Baker,    John        frmr        400         47 m       (b. 1803)  TN
                             
Susan
                                   40 f        (b. 1810)  TN       
                             
John
                                     18 m      (b. 1832)  TN                       
                             
Susan
                                   16 f        (b. 1834)  TN       
                             
Nancy
                                14 f        (b. 1836)  TN
                             
Wallen
                                  12 m      (b. 1838)  TN
                             
Ely
                                        10 m      (b. 1840)  TN
                             
Melina
                                    8 f        (b. 1842)  TN
                             
Mary
                                      6 f        (b. 1844)  TN
                             
Noah
                                      3 m      (b. 1847)  TN

John S. & Susannah (Wallen) Baker had eleven (11) children

1.5.2.1.3.1.      William Baker [cxxvii], b. 17 Jan 1826[cxxviii].
1.5.2.1.3.2.     
James Baker
, b. Sept. 1827[cxxix].  Eldest. The age difference between he and his younger brother Noah, would be enough so that one might think that James was his father.  He was known as one-armed Jim.  He was shot 41 times in the head as punishment for a murder that he did not commit. His brother, Noah, sought out the true killers and punished them justly for their actions. [cxxx]
1.5.2.1.3.3.     
Elizabeth Baker
[cxxxi], b. 31 May 1829[cxxxii].
1.5.2.1.3.4.     
John Elijah Baker
, b. 22 Apr 1831[cxxxiii], TN
1.5.2.1.3.5.     
Susannah
[cxxxiv] "Susan" Baker, b. 10 Apr 1833[cxxxv], TN
1.5.2.1.3.6.     
Nancy Baker
, b. 13 Sept. 1835[cxxxvi], TN
1.5.2.1.3.7.      Wallen W. Baker
, b. 9 Sept 1837[cxxxvii], TN
1.5.2.1.3.8.     
Ely Baker
, b. 25 Oct 1839[cxxxviii], TN; m. 19 Sept, 1868 at the home of William P. Baker , Pulaski Co., KY to Mary Jane Baker .
1.5.2.1.3.9.     
Manily
[cxxxix] "Melina" Baker, b. 2 Feb[cxl] 1842, TN
1.5.2.1.3.10.  
Mary Baker
, b. 2 Apr[cxli] 1844, TN
1.5.2.1.3.11.  
Noah Testerman Baker
[cxlii], b. 19 Oct 1846[cxliii], TN[cxliv]; d. 1905, Pineville, Kentucky[cxlv]; m. 1867[cxlvi], Pulaski Co., TN[cxlvii] to Lucy Gibson [cxlviii] (or Lucy A. Green [cxlix]), d. during a gunfight in which their home was riddled with bullets, Hancock Co., TN[cl]

George Washington Baker

1.5.12.3.1.  George Washington Baker , son of George & Elizabeth (Comer) Baker[cli], m. to Jane Irwin . 

George Washington Baker  took his family to Missouri around 182, but soon returned to Campbell Co., TN where "he engaged in the manufature of Char Coal Iron, a business in which the family had for many years been engaged in Virginia and Tennessee .  When the family first came south from Virginia they opened and in a very small way developed the Cranberry Iron field in North Carolina and upper East Tennessee, and from there they came to Campbell County, where they developed what is known as  the Jacksborro and Fincastle or Powells Valley Iron Ore, now known as the LaFollette Iron and Coal Co."[clii]

George Washington & Jane (Irwin) Baker had ten (10) children:

1.5.12.3.1.1.      George Washington Baker  Jr.
1.5.12.3.1.2.     
Ewing Baker
 
1.5.12.3.1.3.     
Lucinda "Lucy" Baker
1.5.12.3.1.4.     
Nancy Baker
 
1.5.12.3.1.5.     
James Francis Baker
, b. 2 Apr 1864, Campbell Co., TN; d. 5 Apr 1924, Knoxville , TN  
1.5.12.3.1.6.     
Sarah Baker
 
1.5.12.3.1.7.     
Mary Baker
 
1.5.12.3.1.8.     
Julie Baker
 
1.5.12.3.1.9.     
Love Baker
 
1.5.12.3.1.10. 
 Mossie Baker

John Eligh Baker

1.5.2.1.3.4.  John Eligh Baker , son of John S. & Susannah (Wallen) Baker, b. ca. 1832[cliii]; d. 26 Mar 1903, Lee Co., VA[cliv]; m.1st- 28 Feb 1850, Claiborne County, Tennessee[clv] to Permdy Van Noy ; m.2nd-15 Sept 1850, Claiborne County, Tennessee[clvi] to Polly Ramsey .

It is unsure the number of children that John Baker  and his wives had.  Through deduction, I believe that Permdy Van Noy  was the mother of Issac Baker  (only known child of John Baker).  She apparently died shortly after his birth, due to John's 2nd marriage in September of 1850.  If this is not the case then he would have been illegitimate, which is doubtful.  Or perhaps he was not born until 1852, which would be the only other explanation.

John Eligh & Permdy (Van Noy) Baker had a (1) son:

1.5.2.1.3.4.1.   Issac Baker, b. 24 Mar 1850

John Eligh & Polly (Ramsey) Baker had at least two (2) children:

1.5.2.1.3.4.2.   Dan Baker , (possible brother of Issac)
1.5.2.1.3.4.3.  
William Granville Baker
, (b. 19 Feb 1891); d. 29 Oct 1891, Lee County, VA, fever, 8 months, 10 days, Lee Co., John Baker , father, farmer.

Wallen W. Baker

1.5.2.1.3.7.  Wallen W. Baker , son of John S. & Susannah (Wallen) Baker, b. 9 Sept 1837[clvii], TN; m 1st ca. 1864 to Sidney Warren [clviii]; m 2nd aft. 1867[clix] to Lidia J. Unknown  [clx].

Wallen W. Baker  served in the 19th Kentucky Infantry of the Union Army during the Civil War.  He is listed in the 1890 Hancock County , Tennessee Veteran Census. [clxi]

Wallen W. & Sidney (Warren) Baker had three (3) children:

1.5.2.1.3.7.1.    Caroline Baker , b. 15 Oct 1867, Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co., Kentucky; d. 20 May 1938, Wise Co., Stonega, VA; m 1st ca. 1883 to McClellan Belcher , son of Simeon  & Celia (unknown) Belcher ; m 2nd after 1902 to George Sproles .[clxii]
1.5.2.1.3.7.2.   
Jefferson Baker
, b. 8 Dec 1876, Hancock Co., TN; d. 19 Nov 1947, St. Charles, Lee Co., VA[clxiii]
1.5.2.1.3.7.3.   
Noah Baker
, b. ca. 1865. [clxiv]

Wallen W & Lidia J. (Unknown)  Baker had four (4) children:

1.5.2.1.3.7.4.    Laura Baker , b. ca. 1877, TN[clxv]; m. Tyler Maxey [clxvi]
1.5.2.1.3.7.5.   
Minerva Baker
, b. ca. 1870[clxvii]
1.5.2.1.3.7.6.   
Alice Baker
, b. ca. 1872[clxviii]
1.5.2.1.3.7.7.   
Martha Baker
, b. ca. 1878[clxix]

Noah Testerman Baker

1.5.2.1.3.11.  Noah Testerman Baker [clxx], son of John S. & Susannah (Wallen) Baker, b. 1847, TN[clxxi]; d. 1905, Pineville, Kentucky[clxxii]; m. 1867[clxxiii], Pulaski Co., TN[clxxiv] to Lucy Gibson [clxxv], b. 1849, Claborn Co., TN[clxxvi]; d. during a gunfight in which their home was riddled with bullets, Hancock Co., TN[clxxvii]

Noah T. Baker was the Hancock Co., Registrar, followed by County Sheriff .  He was a gun maker as well as a boot maker.

Noah T & Lucy (Gibson) Baker had six (6) children:

1.5.2.1.3.11.1.     Wallen Baker , b. ca. 1869[clxxviii].  Wallen Baker went to Texas  
1.5.2.1.3.11.2.    
Thurman Testerman Baker
, b. Apr 1872[clxxix]; d. Clay Co., KY[clxxx]; m. 1893, Casey Co., KY to Iva Bell , bur. Clay Co., KY
1.5.2.1.3.11.3.    
John Baker
, b. Nov 1874, Sneedville, TN; d. 19 Jun 1929, Flat Lick, Bell Co., KY[clxxxi]; m. Dora Margaret Nelson . They lived in Bell Co., KY. Issue
1.5.2.1.3.11.4.    
Eligh/Eli Baker
, b. 1871, Clay Co., KY[clxxxii]. Not married.  Lived in Clay Co., KY
1.5.2.1.3.11.5.    
Noah Baker
, Jr., b. ca. 1879[clxxxiii]
1.5.2.1.3.11.6.    
Mary Baker

James Francis Baker

1.5.12.3.1.5.  James Francis Baker , son of George Washington & Jane (Irwin) Baker, b. 2 Apr 1864, Campbell Co., TN; d. 5 Apr 1924, Knoxville, TN; m. Helen Blanche Kenn(e) , daughter of Alderson P. Keen , b. 25 Aug 1869, Cumberland Co., KY. 

James & Helen ( Keene ) Baker had four (4) children:

1.5.12.3.1.5.1.   Helen Keene Baker , b. 27 Jul 1894
1.5.12.3.1.5.2.  
James Washington Baker , b. 23 Mar 1898
1.5.12.3.1.5.3.  
Howard Henry Baker , b. 12 Jan 1901, Huntsville , TN.  
1.5.12.3.1.5.4.  
William Doisey Baker , b. 26 Dec 1906, Summerset, KY

Howard Henry Baker

1.5.12.3.1.5.3.  Howard Henry Baker , son of James & Helen (Keene) Baker, b. 12 Jan 1902, Summerset, KY; d. 7 Jan 1964, Knoxville, TN; m. 11 Feb 1925, Roane Co., TN to Dora Ann Ladd , b. 9 Nov 1901, Sugar Grove Valley, Roane Co., TN; d. 13 Apr 1934, Knoxville, TN. 

Howard Henry & Dora Ann (Ladd) Baker had two (2) children:

1.5.12.3.1.5.3.1.     Howard Henry Baker , Jr., U. S. Senator from Tennessee .  He was serving during the Nixon Administration; m. to U. S. Senator (unknown) Landon  (of Kansas ), daughter of Republican Presidential Candidate Alf Landon.
1.5.12.3.1.5.3.2.    
Mary Elizabeth Baker


2ND Pennsylvania Gun-Smith Family

This Is another Baker Family who also resided near Lancaster , Pennsylvania at the same time as Robert & Susannah (Player) Baker [clxxxiv]. 

John Baker

John Baker , d. 1750[clxxxv], Lancaster Borough[clxxxvi], PA.  John Baker was a gun barrel forger.  In his will and inventory filed on 12 Mar 1750[clxxxvii], listed were smith's tools, forge hammer and such[clxxxviii]. 

John Baker had a (1) son[clxxxix]:

·         Joshua Baker , d. 3 Jul 1754[cxc]


2ND FAMILY[cxci]

William Baker [cxcii] - LONGHUNTER

William Baker , b. 1675, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts; m. 1710, Culpepper, VA or Pennsylvania to Mary Corbee/Corbie , daughter of Samuel & Mary (Crippin) Corbee, b. 13 Nov 1691, East Haddam, Connecticut.

In 1766, William Baker  explored along the Cumberland River and down the Ohio in the company of Captain James Smith , Joshua Haughaton , Uriah Stone , and a negro slave - Jamie .  Eleven years later in 1777 we find William Baker, James Smith y , Joshua Haughaton, and Uriah Stone exploring along the Cumberland into Middle Tennessee.

 William & Mary (Corbee/Corbie) Baker had three (3) children:

1.       William Baker , b. ca. 1713, Chester , PA.  
2.      
Thomas Baker , b. 88 Jun 1711, Chester , PA ; d. 10 Jan 1777, Culpepper , VA ; bur. Jan 17777, Culpepper , VA  
3.      
Josiah Baker , b. ca. 1713, Chester , PA.

Thomas Baker [cxciii]

2.  Thomas Baker , son of William & Mary (Corbee/Corbie) Baker, b. 8 Jun 1711, Chester, PA; d. 10 Jan 1777, Culpepper, VA; bur. Jan 17777, Culpepper, VA; m 1st 1734, Hanover, VA to Dorothy Davenport, daughter of Peter or Martin[cxciv]  & Dorothy Davenport , b. 2 Feb 1716, Morgantown, Burke, N.C; d. 1790, Morgantown, North Carolina; bur. Morgantown, Burk Co., NC.  Thomas & Dorothy ( Davenport ) Baker  had twelve (12) children:

2.1.        William Baker , b. 20 Jul 1735, Hanover , VA ; d. Wilkes Co., NC.
2.2.       
Thomas Baker , b. 6 Apr 1737, Hanover , VA  
2.3.       
Mary Baker , b. 5 Apr 1739, Hanover , VA ; d. 1775, Culpepper , VA  
2.4.       
Martin Baker , b. 23 Jan 1741, Hanover Co., VA; d. 13 Jul 1821[cxcv], Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; bur. Jul 1821.
2.5.       
Corthe/Crotia Baker, b. 12 May 1743, Louisa Co., VA; d. Jackson , Alabama .
2.6.       
Josie Baker , b. 23 Jan 1740
2.7.       
Henry Baker , b. 10 Mar 1747, VA; d. 1806, Burke Co., NC
2.8.       
David Baker , b. 3 Jan 1749, Bakersville, Mitchell, NC; d. 15 Sept 1838, Bakersville, Mitchell, North Carolina; bur. Sep 1838, Bakersville, Mitchell, NC; m. Dorothy Wiseman  
2.9.       
Richard Baker, b. 23 Dec 1753, Culpepper, VA; d. 26 Dec 1776, killed in Revolutionary War at Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey; bur. Dec 1776.
2.10.    
James Baker , b. 18 Feb 1755, Culpepper , VA ; d. Overton, Tennessee .
2.11.    
John Baker , b. 4 May 1758, Culpepper , VA ; d. 7 Dec 1806, Jefferson , Tennessee ; bur. Dec 1806.  He enlisted in the Revolutionary War as a Captain in the 77th North Carolina Regiment on 28 Nov 1776 and stayed until 1 Jun 1778.  He settled in Kentucky in 1810.
2.12.    
Charlie Baker, b. 2 Feb 1762, Culpepper , VA ; d. 26 Apr 1850, Cass , Georgia .
2.13.    
Josiah Baker , b. 23 Jan 1740 or 23 Apr 1745, Louisa Co., VA.
2.14.    
Dorothy Baker , b. 11 Feb 1751, Culpepper , VA ; d. ca. 1820, Madison , Alabama .

David Baker [cxcvi]

2.8.  David Baker , son of Thomas & Dorothy (Davenport) Baker , b. 3 Jun 1749, Bakersville, Mitchell, NC; d. 15 Sept 1838, Bakersville, Mitchell, NC; bur. Sep 1838, Bakersville, Mitchell, NC; m 1st 1779, Morgantown, Burke Co., NC to Mary Webb , daughter of James Crittenden & Elizabeth Webb , b. 18 Dec 1762, Morgantown, Burke Co., NC; d. 26 May 1794, Morgantown, Burke Co., NC; m 2nd 9 Aug 1795, Morgantown, Burke Co., NC to Dorothy Wiseman , daughter of William & Mary (Davenport) Wiseman , b. 5 Feb 1765, Ingalls, Avery, NC; d. 23 Aug 1855, Bakersville, Coldwell, NC; bur. Old Town Cemetery, Coldewell, NC

David and Mary (Webb) Baker  had seven (7) children:

2.8.1.         Elizabeth Baker , b. 20 Apr 1780, Morgantown , NC ; m. Mr. Bailey .
2.8.2.        
Thomas Baker  (Senator) b. 24 May 1782, Bakersville, Mitchell, NC; d. 1860; bur. Bakersville, Mitchell Co., NC; m. Susanna Wiseman , b. 1802.
2.8.3.        
William Baker , b. 20 Apr 1784, Morgantown , Burke , NC  
2.8.4.        
Nancy Baker , b. 30 Dec 1786, Morgantown, Burke, NC; d. 29 Dec 1878, Bakersville, Mitchell Co., NC; bur. Bakersville, Mitchell Co., NC; m. Mr. Davenport .
2.8.5.        
John Crittendon Baker , b. 27 Dec 1788, Morgantown , Burke , NC  
2.8.6.        
Mary Baker , b. 17 Oct 1792, Morgantown , Burke , NC ; d. bef. 1830; m. 2 Oct 1809 to Rubin McKinney .
2.8.7.        
Crittendon Baker  (possibly same as E. above), b. 1788, possibly Virginia

Thomas Baker  (Senator) [cxcvii]

2.8.2.  Thomas Baker  (Senator), son of David & Mary (Webb) Baker , b. 24 May 1782; d. 1860, bur. Bakersville Cemetery, North Carolina; m. Susanna Wiseman , daughter of William  & Mary (Davenport) Wiseman , b. 1802. 

Thomas Baker  served as senator form 1834 to 1838.  He was Baptist.

Thomas & Susanna (Wiseman) Baker  had ten (10) children:

2.8.2.1.     William Wiseman  Baker , b. 20 Sept 1802, Weaverville , NC  
2.8.2.2.   
David Baker , b. 29 May 1804; m. Sept 1828 to (his cousin) Elizabeth McKinney , daughter of Rubin  & Mary (Baker) McKinney .
2.8.2.3.   
Mary Baker , b. 16 Apr 1806; m. David Baker  
2.8.2.4.   
Clarissa Baker , m. Arthur Buchanan  
2.8.2.5.   
Nancy Baker , b. 27 May 1812; d. 29 Dec 1878; m. William McKinney  
2.8.2.6.   
Joseph Baker  
2.8.2.7.   
Mira Baker , m. Reubin McKinney .  They lived in Ramseytown.
2.8.2.8.   
Thomas Wiseman  Baker , b. 1818; d. 1904
2.8.2.9.   
Robert Flournoy Baker , b. 19 Jan 1820; d. 3 Dec 1912; m. Siltha Eliza Chambers  
2.8.2.10.
Davenport Baker , m. Rachael Oaks

Mary Baker [cxcviii]

2.8.6.  Mary Baker , daughter of David & Mary (Webb) Baker , b. 17 Oct 1792; d. 17 Oct 1810 in childbirth; m. 2 Oct 1809 to Rubin McKinney .  Rubin & Mary (Baker) McKinney  had a daughter:

2.8.6.1.    Elizabeth McKinney , b. 17 Oct 1810; m. Sept 1828 to (her cousin) David Baker , son of Thomas  & Susanna (Wiseman) Baker .


[1] AFN:VJBR-2J - this source gives date of death as 1865 which is obviously incorrect.
[2]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[3]
Volume VI  - No. 1  "The Baker Family of Gunsmiths In Lancaster County, 1717 - 1754", compiled and documented by S. E. Dyke, Lancaster Pennsylvania, 1972
[4]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[5]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[6]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[7]
Volume VI  - No. 1  "The Baker Family of Gunsmiths In Lancaster County, 1717 - 1754", compiled and documented by S. E. Dyke, Lancaster Pennsylvania, 1972
[8]
Volume VI  - No. 1  "The Baker Family of Gunsmiths In Lancaster County, 1717 - 1754", compiled and documented by S. E. Dyke, Lancaster Pennsylvania, 1972
[9]
Volume VI  - No. 1  "The Baker Family of Gunsmiths In Lancaster County, 1717 - 1754", compiled and documented by S. E. Dyke, Lancaster Pennsylvania, 1972
[10] Volume VI  - No. 1  "The Baker Family of Gunsmiths In Lancaster County, 1717 - 1754", compiled and documented by S. E. Dyke, Lancaster Pennsylvania, 1972
[11]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[12]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[13]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[14]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[15]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[16]
Carol - at milner@snowcrest.net
[17]
Carol - at milner@snowcrest.net
[18]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[19]
"Andrew Baker  and His Descendants", by Frieda Sims Nelson, p. 4
[20]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[21]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[22]
Baker Genealogy, compiled by Frieda Sims Nelson, 32 Scotland Road, Pueblo, Colorado 81001, (1985)
[23]
Mentioned in the will of his uncle Robert Baker  Jr., 2 Mar 1759.
[24]
AFN:NVXK-PB gives b. 1692, Panola Co., Mississippi????
[xxv]
"Bicentennial History of Lee County, Virginia 1792-1992", p. 159, 169.  Although these children are attributed to James in the aforementioned source, after careful review of the wills involved these are definitely the children of Andrew Baker , Sr.
[xxvi] "The Beaver Pond Neals of Virginia", by Carl B. Neal, March 1965, p. 388
[xxvii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xxviii] Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xxix] "Andrew Baker  and His Descendants", by Frieda Sims Nelson, p. 4
[xxx]
Early Settlers of Lee County Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Vol. I”, compiled by Anne Wynn Lanningham
[xxxi]
"Andrew Baker  and His Descendants", by Frieda Sims Nelson, p. 4
[xxxii]
"The Baker Family of England and of Central Virginia", there were three brothers who were active in the early Baptist Church.  
[xxxiii]
"The Baker Family of England and of Central Virginia", there were three brothers who were active in the early Baptist Church.  
[xxxiv]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xxxv]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xxxvi]
Carol - at milner@snowcrest.net; IGI # 453765
[xxxvii]
Carol - at milner@snowcrest.net
[xxxviii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xxxix]
AFN:1R15-53V; 2nd source AFN:36C7-DN list b. 1738, possibly Lancaster, England.
[xl]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[xli]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[xlii]
AFN:1R15-543; 2nd source AFN:36C7-FT b. 1740, possibly Lancaster, England.
[xliii]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[xliv]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[xlv]
AFN:1R15-559; 2nd source AFN:36C7-G1 b. 1742, possibly Lancaster, England.
[xlvi]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[xlvii]
AFN:36C7-BB
[xlviii]
AFN:36C7-BB
[xlix]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[l]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[li]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[lii]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[liii]
AFN:BH93-1V; 2nd source AFN:36C7-95 states b. 1732, Chester, Pennsylvania.
[liv]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lv]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[lvi]
"Bicentennial History of Lee County, Virginia 1792-1992", p. 159, 169
[lvii]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lviii]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lix]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lx]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxi]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[lxii]
Will of Caleb Baker , Sr.  dated 24 Nov. 1750, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Will Book 1, pages 3-5.  Note:  This area was located in Amelia County until 1754.
[lxiii]
Source E.B. Allen , Old North Carolina land grants.
[lxiv]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxv]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxvi]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxvii]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxviii]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxix]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxx]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxxi]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxxii]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxxiii]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxxiv]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxxv]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxxvi]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[lxxvii]
"The Beaver Pond Neals of Virginia", by Carl B. Neal, March 1965, p. 388
[lxxviii]
"Hawkins County, Tennessee 1830-1850 Census", by Rowena Lawson
[lxxix]
"The Beaver Pond Neals of Virginia", by Carl B. Neal, March 1965, p. 388
[lxxx]
Bicentennial History of Lee County, Virginia 1792-1992, p. 23.
[lxxxi]
“The King’s Mountain Men, The Story of the Battle, with Sketches of the American Soldiers Who Took Part”, by Katherine Keogh White, published 1966 by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD., p. 145  
[lxxxii]
Extracts of Revolutionary War Pension Applications-Clay Co., KY, Bolin or Bowling Baker  S12950.[lxxxiii] Note from notes:  Allen Robertson todl Rev. John J. Dickey ca. 1898, that my Aunt Esther Robertson  married George Washington Baker , the son of 'Renta' and they went to Missouri ca. 1827.  These Baker families intermarried like crazy in Missouri as well as did John (John) Bowlin, & Thomas from Campbell Co., TN. E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY  
[lxxxiv]
Charlotte Coats-Siercks, 42 Deer Track Park Lane, Huntsville, TX 77340
[lxxxv]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068.  This article was submitted to the Hancock Co., TN Historical Soc. Form a person living in Beavercreek Ohio.  I was a member of that Society and was sent this article.  Dorcil Albair 145-C Channel Dr. Hackberry, LA 70645 ph {318} 762-3774.  1997
[lxxxvi]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
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Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[lxxxviii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[lxxxix]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xc]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xci]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xcii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[xciii]
See "A Baker Family Genealogy", by Shipps.
[xciv]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[xcv]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[xcvi]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[xcvii]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[xcviii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[xcix]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[c]
"Hawkins County, Tennessee, Marriage Records 1789-1866, Bride & Groom Index", Hawkins County Genealogical & Historical Society p. 5
[ci]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cii]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[ciii]
"Hawkins County, Tennessee, Marriage Records 1789-1866, Bride & Groom Index", Hawkins County Genealogical & Historical Society p. 6
[civ]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cv]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cvi]
"Hawkins County, Tennessee, Marriage Records 1789-1866, Bride & Groom Index", Hawkins County Genealogical & Historical Society p. 3
[cvii]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cviii]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cix]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cx]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cxi]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cxii]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cxiii]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cxiv]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cxv]
Bible Record in possession of Moses Johnson - received by author from Navada Heflin jrheflin@erols.com
[cxvi]
In Mrs. Sanford's book Robert Baker  wrote the names and birthdates of his children.  He had none by his second wife, Katey.  On one page he wrote in two lines his name and birthday:  "Robert Baker, Senior was born March 1st 1774".  Between his name and his birthdate someone has added probably at a much later date, the ink is much darker, "Catherine Baker was born 10 May 1776."  Did Katey Bolin  do this?  There is no indication the first wife's name was erased.  Following this is a list of the children mentioned here.  
[cxvii]
Colonel Drake 's Regiment was under General St. Clair who led these troops into an Indian Ambush, where some 800 of the 1600 soldiers were killed and scalped near present Caton, Ohio. -- E. B. Allen
[cxviii]
According to his Union Army discharge.
[cxix]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[cxx]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[cxxi]
Notes of E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068
[cxxii]
Notes of with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY; Letter  to Mr. J. C. Branner, Stanford University, Cal., from James Francis Baker , dated 17 Mar 1911.
[cxxiii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxxiv]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxxv]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxxvi]
"Hawkins County, Tennessee 1830-1850 Census", by Rowena Lawson
[cxxvii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
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Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxix]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxx]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxxxi]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxiii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxiv]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxv]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxvi]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxvii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxviii] Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxxxix]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxl]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxli]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxlii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxliii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxliv]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxlv]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cxlvi]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxlvii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxlviii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cxlix]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[cl]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[cli]
Notes of with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY; Letter  to Mr. J. C. Branner, Stanford University, Cal., from James Francis Baker , dated 17 Mar 1911.
[clii]
Notes of with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY; Letter  to Mr. J. C. Branner, Stanford University, Cal., from James Francis Baker , dated 17 Mar 1911.
[cliii]
Presuming that he was age 18 at time of his marriage
[cliv]
A John Baker , d. 26 Mar 1903, is listed on p. 289 of Early Settlers.
[clv]
Claiborne County Tennessee Marriages 1838-1868, p. 2
[clvi]
Claiborne County Tennessee Marriages 1838-1868, p. 2
[clvii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
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Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clix]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clx]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxi]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxiii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxiv]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxv]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxvi]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxvii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxviii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxix]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxx]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[clxxi]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[clxxii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxxiii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[clxxiv]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[clxxv]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.; Copy of Marriage Reocord.
[clxxvi]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.; Copy of Marriage Reocord.
[clxxvii]
Telephone interview with E.B. Allen , 4201 Lake Jericho Road, Smithfield, KY 40068 on 12/3/1998.
[clxxviii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxxix]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxxx]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxxxi]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxxxii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxxxiii]
Navada Heflin (jrheflin@erols.com) - 2/1999
[clxxxiv]
Data from S. E. Dyke's "Baker Family Gun-Smiths", Research by Frieda Smis Nelson
[clxxxv]
Data from S. E. Dyke's "Baker Family Gun-Smiths", Research by Frieda Smis Nelson
[clxxxvi]
Volume VI  - No. 1  "The Baker Family of Gunsmiths In Lancaster County, 1717 - 1754", compiled and documented by S. E. Dyke, Lancaster Pennsylvania, 1972
[clxxxvii]
Data from S. E. Dyke's "Baker Family Gun-Smiths", Research by Frieda Smis Nelson
[clxxxviii]
Volume VI  - No. 1  "The Baker Family of Gunsmiths In Lancaster County, 1717 - 1754", compiled and documented by S. E. Dyke, Lancaster Pennsylvania, 1972
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Data from S. E. Dyke's "Baker Family Gun-Smiths", Research by Frieda Smis Nelson
[cxc]
Data from S. E. Dyke's "Baker Family Gun-Smiths", Research by Frieda Smis Nelson
[cxci]
Take from Bible record of Sophenora Davidson, Rt. 1, Meunster, Texas; provided to author by Wallace G. Wright, Rt 11, Box 49, Beechwood Drive, Kingsport, TN 37663 ca. 1988.
[cxcii]
Take from Bible record of Sophenora Davidson, Rt. 1, Meunster, Texas; provided to author by Wallace G. Wright, Rt 11, Box 49, Beechwood Drive, Kingsport, TN 37663 ca. 1988.
[cxciii]
Take from Bible record of Sophenora Davidson, Rt. 1, Meunster, Texas; provided to author by Wallace G. Wright, Rt 11, Box 49, Beechwood Drive, Kingsport, TN 37663 ca. 1988.
[cxciv]
AFN:QDQ3-2L - this reference shows her parents as Martin & Dorothy Davenport .  However previous references shown her as the daughter of Peter Davenport .
[cxcv]
AFN:QDQ3-69
[cxcvi]
Take from Bible record of Sophenora Davidson, Rt. 1, Meunster, Texas; provided to author by Wallace G. Wright, Rt 11, Box 49, Beechwood Drive, Kingsport, TN 37663 ca. 1988; AFN:QDQ3-B0
[cxcvii]
Take from Bible record of Sophenora Davidson, Rt. 1, Meunster, Texas; provided to author by Wallace G. Wright, Rt 11, Box 49, Beechwood Drive, Kingsport, TN 37663 ca. 1988.
[cxcviii]
Take from Bible record of Sophenora Davidson, Rt. 1, Meunster, Texas; provided to author by Wallace G. Wright, Rt 11, Box 49, Beechwood Drive, Kingsport, TN 37663 ca. 1988.