Descendants of Anderew Baker
Generation No. 1
1. ANDEREW1 BAKER was born in England, and died in Mass..
Notes for ANDEREW BAKER:
Andy Baker came to America in 1624, settled in Boston, MA. One son was John.
Child of ANDEREW BAKER is:
2. i. JOHN2 BAKER, b. Mass.; d. Pennsylvania.
Generation No. 2
2. JOHN2 BAKER (ANDEREW1) was born in Mass., and died in Pennsylvania.
Notes for JOHN BAKER:
The family name of Baker was probably originally Beaker, but pronounced Baker. "Beaker" refers to a vessel for drinking wine. The earlier ancestors may have been cup-bearers at some court of high or low degree. The earliest known ancestor of this Baker family is Andrew "Andy" Baker b 1604 at Buckingham, England. He came to Boston, MA about 1624. This Andrew's son, John Baker, was born in MA. John Baker emigrated to PA or VA. John Baker was the father of Robert Baker, b 1665 in VA and died 1728 Lancaster County, PA.
Children of JOHN BAKER are:
3. i. ROBERT3 BAKER, b. 1660, Mass..
ii. SAMUEL BAKER, b. Pennsylvania.
Generation No. 3
3. ROBERT3 BAKER (JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1660 in Mass.. He married SUSAN PACKER. She was born 1664 in Mass..
Notes for ROBERT BAKER:
A Gunsmith by trade, developed The Kentucky Long Rifle.
Robert Baker settled in Conestoga Township, Chester County, PA (later Lancaster County, PA). He bought 500 acres of land on the Susquehanna River from Col. John French. Robert and his sons were gunsmiths and were commissioned by the King of England to make fire arms for the Colonies. Later the Bakers would join the Colonies against England in the Revolutionary War.
GOOD BAKERS ~ BAD BAKERS
BY CLYDE N. BUNCH
NOTE: Found in BAKER FAMILY NEWSLETTER (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME #10 1997. A Genealogical publication ISSN: 0893-5831 Editor/Publisher, Crystal Jensen, 326 Panhorst, Staunton, Illinois 62088. http://members.tripod.com/Crystal_J/Baker.html
"My Aunt, Lillie Baker Allen, was born on Sacker Creek in Clay County, Kentucky in 1891. She died in Lexington, Kentucky in 1987, at the age of 96. Her father, George W. Baker was born in Owsley County in 1871 and died at burning Springs in Clay County in 1912. The family, shortly after his death, moved from there. Lillie was just a young woman at the time; the love for the mountains and its people remained with her until the day she died. This lady and her remarkable memory started me out "Baker hunting.
Often when I talked to Aunt Lillie about her family, she would refer to them as Good Bakers, Bad Bakers. It wasn't until after her death that I began to understand what she was trying to tell me. She told me that her grandmother, Ibby Baker, was a Baker before she married. She said the Ibby was a schoolteacher, and that she went to Buffalo Creek in Owsley County to teach. Here she met and married Jackson Baker. Jackson died in 1878, leaving Ibby and their small son George. After the death of her husband, Ibby returned to Clay County and lived with her brother. She died a year later. Her son George W. Baker was adopted and raised by her brother, William Baker and wife Elizabeth Parker.
Aunt Lillie wrote me a letter one time about the Bakers on Buffalo Creek in Owsley County. These were the one's she called "Bad Bakers". She said her father received word from his aunt, Martha Gabbard, to come up to Owsley County, that the family had sold some land, part of which belonged to his father. His aunt went on to tell him that she was holding his part of the money from the sale for him. Aunt Lillie said; "We didn't want him to go. We thought it was a Catch! We thought they were trying to get him up there to kill him." To the relief of Aunt Lillie and the family, her father George made the trip to Bull Skin and returned home safely.
I once asked Aunt Lillie where the Bakers came from? She said; "They came from Liverpool England, they were gunsmiths and that they came to this country to make guns for the colonies." At the time Aunt Lillie told me this, I paid little attention. Of all the great things Aunt Lillie told me, this statement would prove the most important. She died without me having the opportunity of telling her what I learned about this unique family. So I would like at this time to share my story with you:
We begin our story with Abner Baker, first County Clerk of Clay County. Abner was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia, September 18, 1775. He came to Kentucky in 1795 and first settled in Garrard County where he married Elizabeth Buford. He was appointed Clerk of Garrard County in 1803 and held this office until he moved to Clay County in 1807. Abner Baker kept a records keeping book throughout his life he called his "Life Book". In this small notebook he kept records about his family. You can imagine my surprise when I read the following statement taken from this book. Abner Baker stated that there were three brothers Samuel, Andrew and Caleb, who first came to America. They were gunsmiths with a grant from the King of England to manufacture guns for the colonies. He goes on to say that his grandfather, Caleb Baker, and his family removed from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, bought land and settled in what was then called "The Backwoods" in Amelia County, Virginia on Buffalo Creek.
Was this just a coincident, or were Aunt Lillie and Abner Baker talking about the same Baker family? A Mr. Samuel E. Dyke, a researcher in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, finally convinced me I was on the right tract when I came across some writings. This was a report given to the Kentucky Rifle's Association in 1972. It seems that the Association had employed Mr. Dyke to do some research for them. They wanted him to see if he could find out the person or persons responsible for making the first Pennsylvania Rifles or what was sometimes call the "KENTUCKY LONG RIFLE". Mr Dyke in his report states; "We feel as though these early gunsmiths came into Chester, Pennsylvania, or New Castle, Delaware, from abroad and migrated up the Susquehanna River to where the Pequea flows into it and set up shop making guns." He goes on to say that Robert Baker came into Lancaster County Court on August 15, 1719 and asked permission to erect a gun boring mill at the mouth of Pequea Creek on his land. Permission was granted. Robert Baker and his son Caleb set up their gun shop and operated it until 1728. It was at this time Robert Baker died. His son, Caleb Baker, continued to operate this gun shop until the family moved to Amelia County, Virginia.
The above Caleb Baker was the grandfather of Abner Baker, first Clerk of Clay County. Although Abner Baker is the one of the most interesting of people, he is not the subject of our story. I only used his statements and those of Mr Dyke to establish the fact that some of the Bakers now living in Clay and Owsley Counties can trace their ancestor's back to these early Pennsylvania Bakers.
Abner Baker, in his "Life Book", stated that his grandfather Caleb, had two brothers, Andrew and Samuel Baker. These two brothers would prove the most adventurous of this Baker Family. In the early 1750s Andrew Baker, John Cox, Enoch Osborn and several other neighboring families in Pennsylvania set out on a westward journey. This journey eventually led them into the Yadkin River Valley, in present day Wilkes County, North Carolina. This small group of Pennsylvanians would be among the first to settle in the area.
Some of these people settled along the Yadkin River, others of the more adventurous nature, crossed the Blue ridge Mountains and settled along New River in what is now Ash and Allegheny Counties, North Carolina. No white man had attempted settlement here before. New River was known at the time only by it's Indian name "Saxphaw". It was here, along the south branch, Andrew Baker made his first home.
Andrew Baker remained in the area of New River until about 1753, He then decided to push even deeper into Indian country. He moved down New River into what is now Grayson County, Virginia, very near the North Carolina line. Here Andrew staked out a large track of land he called his "Peach Tree Bottom" track. But the next summer, he and his family were run out by the Indians. He returned to his prior settlement on New River, where he would remain for the next ten years or so. He did, however, make one other attempt to settle his "Peach Tree Bottom" track. This was in 1767 or 1768. This time he encountered another problem. In Andrew's long absence, Dr. Thomas Walker, a surveyor for the Loyal Land Company, had staked and claimed the "Peach Tree Bottom" track, for his employers. He had to now purchase a 1000 acres of his original claim before he could resettle on it again. It seems that it just wasn't meant to be. The following year, he was once again forced out by the Indians and back to his old settlement. One might wonder why Andrew was so determined to settle this particular track of land. The answer lay in what was on and in this land, more so, than the land itself. For you see, one of the largest iron ore deposits in this area was discovered on the land. I think Andrew Baker, and at least one of his sons, were involved in the Iron business. His son James Baker and he built several large iron furnaces along Cranberry Creek, a tributary of the south branch of New River. The remains of some of these Iron Furnaces can be seen even today. They were at their peek production during the Revolutionary War."
Robert Baker, Sr. lived in Lancaster County, PA, on Piquea Creek. He and his sons were gunsmiths in Lancaster Co., PA, in VA and in NC. They invented/developed the "Kentucky" Rifle and developed hand operated machines to cut the rifling in the barrel. From Bonnie Jean Miller Website.
Editors Note: It is interesting that a Thomas Anderson, Sr, from Kentucky, was with General Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans and stood next to another Kentucky sharpshooter, who shot General Puckingham from his white charger. The general thought he well out of range but underestimated the accuracy and range of the "Kentucky Long Rifle"! After the battle, Thomas Anderson walked back to Kentucky only to find that his family had moved to Dubois County, Indiana. So he just walked on over to Indiana. Two of his sons, John and Thomas, Jr, married two of my GG aunts, daughters of David G. & Nancy Brittain Brown, in DuBois County, Indiana. Byron Brown January 16, 2000.
Wins Battle of New Orleans:
Jackson was then ordered to defend New Orleans. Finding the city foolishly ignoring its danger, he quickly put it under martial law and rallied the citizens to prepare for attack.
To build up his small regular army, he recruited frontier riflemen from Tennessee and Kentucky and organized a force of raw volunteers--free blacks, planters, and pirates headed by the freebooter, Jean Lafitte (see Lafitte). This was the awkward force of some 5,500 that Jackson fused together.
Beyond the crude American ramparts of cotton bales lay 10,000 British regulars. These were veteran troops who had fought in Europe's Napoleonic Wars. Beginning late in December 1814 they bombarded the American defenses, setting the cotton bale ramparts afire. Between skirmishes and shellings, Jackson's men doggedly threw up earthen breastworks.
On Jan. 8, 1815, with only contempt for Jackson's amateur army, the British troops charged. It was a slaughter. Wave after wave of the charging redcoats fell before the grapeshot and rifle bullets of the grim American defenders. Shattered, the British withdrew, having suffered 2,237 casualties, including three generals. Jackson's casualties that day were only 71. (See also War of 1812.)
The tragic mistake of the battle was that it was fought after the peace had been signed days earlier, Dec. 24, 1814, ending the war. In that era of slow communication, news of the peace did not reach Jackson in time to prevent the conflict.
Robert Baker Sr.
The first of this family in America appears to have been Robert Baker who settled in Conestaga Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
This Township became Lancaster County in 1729, as this family does not appear on the tax lists of any of the other Townships, it is possible that the settlement in Conestaga was the original home of the family from their arrival in America.
Abner Baker, great - grand son of Robert Baker, states in his "Life Book" that this family came to America from England, and that three brothers, Samuel, Andrew, and Caleb were gunsmiths, with a commission from the King of England to manufacture arms for the Colonies. That they were gunsmiths is proven by Court records in Penn. Also in North Carolina.
The first record we find of Robert Baker, is the administration of his estate dated Sept. 13, 1728. Robert Baker, died without a will and his son Caleb Baker was appointed administrator of his estate; along with these original papers at the Registers Office at the Court House in Lancaster county is the Administrators Bond; an Inventory, and the administrators accounts; the Bond was signed by the Administrator, Joseph Higginbotham and Tobias Hendricks, Sureties; and witnessed by Douglas Baker and Joshua Lowe. The inventory enumerates chattel's, Harvest Crops, Live Stock, and 450 Acres of land, this was signed by Tobias Hendricks, David Jones and Joseph Higginbotham, Appraisers.
The account does not give the distribution of the net estate among the heirs merely the administrators disbursements of obligations, many of these were small, and among the creditors were the names of Caleb Baker, Robert Baker Jr., and Douglas Baker.
In a deed dated July 4th, 1741 from Caleb Baker and wife Martha Baker, to Jacob Good it is stated that part of the land deeded by them had originally belonged to Robert Baker, father of Caleb, that upon his death his personal property "could not answer to satisfy his debts". The orphans Court ordered that it be sold to satisfy his creditors, whereupon the land was sold to John Cunningham on Feb. 16, 1738 and upon Feb. 17, 1738 he in turn sold part of this tract of 450 acres to Caleb Baker, son of Robert.
Abner Baker in his "Life Book" states that his grandfathers two brothers, Andrew, and Samuel, also came to Virginia. Records in Lancaster County, Penn. Would indicate that there were other sons of Robert: Robert Jr., Douglas. Douglas also came to Prince Edward Co. Virginia as court records show.
CALEB BAKER SR.
Of Prince Edward County Virginia
Dr. Abner Baker of Garrard County, Kentucky in his life book, "written for the perusal and encouragement of his children and relatives, "states that his grandfather Caleb Baker (Beaker) and two brothers, Samuel and Andrew came from England in the early part of the eighteenth century; Samuel and Andrew held commissions from the King of England to manufacture fire-arms for the use of the colonies. Caleb was a farmer."
They settled within what was then Chester County, Pennsylvania. References to these and others of the Baker name are found among the early archives of Pennsylvania. The first reference found of Caleb Baker was where his name, along with other early settlers of Chester County, was attached to a petition, dated February 6, 1728-29, which reads in part:
"To the Honorable Patric Gordon, Esq. Governor of the province of Pennsylvania, New Castle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware, and Council; - The benefit of many good and wholesome laws almost if not entirely lost and ye person who has occasion to apply to them, out to great and burdensome expense ------to be ye charges of a journey of eighty or a hundred miles, to the County town; and as we are mostly new settlers far from a market, and trade and commerce, among ourselves mostly by way of barter, money cannot supposed plentiful, --- we humbly pray you would be pleased to order a division line to be made between the upper and lower part of Chester County" (Penn. Archives, sixth series, Vol XIV. Page 268.
That part which was cut off Chester County, was named Lancaster County: where on May 18th 1748, Caleb Baker received a grant for two hundred acres of land. (Penn. Archives, Third series, Vol. XXIV, page 356)
Dr. Abner Baker also states that his Grandfather, Caleb Baker and family, removed from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, bought land and settled in what was then called, "The Backwoods" in Amelia County, Virginia, on Buffalo Creek, where his plantation was located, part of which was purchased July 20, 1748.
Children of ROBERT BAKER and SUSAN PACKER are:
4. i. ANDREW4 BAKER, b. 1692.
5. ii. ROBERT BAKER, b. 1686, Pennsylvania.
6. iii. DOUGLAS BAKER, b. 1688, Pennsylvania; d. Abt. 1765, Prince Edward Co., Virginia.
7. iv. CALEB BAKER, b. 1690, Pennsylvania; d. 1775, Amelia Co., Virginia.
8. v. SAMUEL BAKER, b. 1694; d. Abt. 1758, Rowan Co., NC.
9. vi. MARY BAKER, b. 1696.
10. vii. MAY BAKER, b. 1700; d. 1800.
Generation No. 4
4. ANDREW4 BAKER (ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1692. He married MARY "POLLY" BOLLING, daughter of JOHN BOLLING and ELIZABETH BLAIR.
Notes for ANDREW BAKER:
18th Century North Carolina New River Settlers
The 1778 Wilkes County Tax List indicates some of the settlers west of the crest of the Blue Ridge. It is interesting to note that there were more families in 1782, apparently several families left the area during the Revolutionary War years.( Some of the Tory Families left for more pro-British areas region west of the crest of the Blue Ridge, in 1778, was considered CAPTAIN ANDREW BAKER'S Company. William Colvard was the justice of the peace for the area. William Ray was a constable and Daniel Richardson, Andrew Baker Jr., and William Clay were appraisers in the southern part of Baker's District. In the Northern District of Baker's Company Micajah Pennington was the justice of the peace, Benjamin Pennington served as constable, Beverly Watkins, James Ward and Abijah Pennington were the appraisers in the head of households for that part of Wilkes that became Ashe:
CAPT. ANDREW BAKER
This came from the Wilkes Co. U.S. GenWeb Page.
Early Settlement in the New River Valley of North Carolina
ANDREW BAKER is thought to have moved into Ashe Co. NC in 1755. The French and Indian War forced him to leave the area, but he is supposed to have returned about 1765.
A study of loose papers at the North Carolina Land Grant Office gives some added information. On April 3, 1780 ANDREW BAKER made an entry for a tract of land on the South Fork which was surveyed a week later. In these papers , reference is made to " the line of his former survey " and to his " old survey ". Since it is known that entries were being made for land just to the south ( in the McDowell Co. area) in early 1763, there is every reason to believe that ANDREW BAKER had returned to the New River once the threat of Indians had abated.
The first white inhabitants of Ashe Co. were the hunters. It has been estimated that a hunter could earn as much as $1600 to $1700 dollars per season in hunting and trapping game for pelts. It was a love of this income and the hunt that compelled many men to live their lives on the fringes of civilization. Capt. John Cox is quoted as saying he could remember only 3 cabins from the lead mines ( Fort Chisewell) to the head of the Watauga. But the land entries of 1780 are replete with references to places such as George Collin's old camp, Martin Gambill's old camp, William Howell's old cabin, Sizemore's camp, BAKER'S CAMP, Charles Collin's old camp, and John Robinson's cabin.
By 1779, when Ashe developed into 2 militia districts, political power appeared to be resolving around 2 locations: one in southern Ashe in the area of Boone with ANDREW BAKER, a justice of the county court and Captain of the Militia, the political leader: and the second in the northern district centered around Penington's Mill (located on Grassy Creek just south of the Virginia border ) with Micajah Penington , a justice and Captain of the Militia, the political leader of this area. Both Micajah Penington's and ANDREW BAKER'S roles in power were short-lived. It is believed the Penington's were Quakers and were not considered ardent enough Whigs. In Sept. 1799 Micajah's estate , along with a number of friends, was considered confiscated, although there is no evidence it was ever sold. In a list concerning the status of several justices (prepared by Benjamin Cleveland, Colonel of the Militia, on Oct. 6th, 1781)only William Colvard was acting in his capacity as Justice of Ashe Co. George Morris had resigned; James Tompkins refused to qualify; Thomas Elledge, Abner Smalley and Micajah Penington were listed as Tories; and ANDREW BAKER was reputed to have taken protection of the enemy. It is not known how accurate Cleveland's judgement was concerning these people. ANDREW BAKER was appointed a road overseer in June 1782, and about a decade later both Penington and BAKER were Justices and Penington was also a Captain of the Militia.
Excerpts from an oral presentation by William Doub Bennett on August 13, 1983 at the workshop sponsored by The Virginia Genealogical Society and The North Carolina Genealogical Society held at Peace College, Raleigh NC.
First Settlement on the Upper New in Virginia
In 1765 when the Bournes settled on Elk Creek, other settlers were moving into Peach Bottom Tract near the Virginia- Carolina line surveyed for Dr. Thomas Walker, Peter Jefferson and Thomas and David Meriwether on March 16, 1753 as Loyal Company land.
ANDREW BAKER from the Yadkin is said to have been there in 1754 buying from the Loyal Company but was driven out by Indians. His first permanent settlement was in 1765. The John Cox , Ephraim Osborne and John Hahs families accompanied Baker on his return in 1765, Cox's settling opposite BAKER. BAKER soon sold land to Jeremiah Harrison, James Mulkey and James, John, and Samuel Blevins. The Osbornes located between Bridle and Saddle Creek opposite the BAKERS.
Virginia Militia in the Rev. War
John Cunningham-- Prince Edward, Aug. 21, 1832. Born 1758. Enlisted May 1776, in Militia company under Capt. Chas. Allen, Lt. Joseph Parks, and Ensign James Allen. Marched by Manchester, Williamsburg, and Yorktown to Hampton where he was stationed under Col. Meredith and Maj. James. Discharged at Portsmouth after term of 7 and 1/2 months. In May 1779, volunteered under Capt. John Holcomb, serving about 3 weeks at Petersburg under Col. E. Meade and Beverly Randolph. Early in 1781 volunteered under CAPT. ANDREW BAKER, Lt. Joseph Parks, and Ensign Joseph Read, and joined Gen Greene near the Dan River, where the company was attached to the Regiment under Col. Otho H. Williams. Marched toward Hillsboro. Has always lived in Prince Edward.
William Morgan-- Prince Edward, Sept17, 1832. Born 1757. In summer of 1776 enlisted as private under Capt. Robert Hughes and Lt. Edward Munford, marching from Cumberland Co. by way of Richmond and Williamsburg to Yorktown, where applicant was discharged after 2 months service. In April, 1780 joined a troop of Calvary from Powhatan Co., command by Littleton Mosby and Lts. Horatio Turpin and Wade Mosby.
Discharged after 2 months of service at Richmond. In Feb. of 1781 he joined a Rifle Company in Prince Edward, where applicant then resided. The Company Officers were CAPT. ANDREW BAKER, Lt. Joseph Parker, and Ensign Read. It joined Gen. Greene near the Dan River, and was attached to a regiment commanded by Col. Call of the Regular Service.
This was obtained via the internet through "Ancestry Hometown" in the Ancestry Library.
MONTGOMERY CO., VA MILITIA 1777-1799 OATH OF ALLEGIANCE
As require by law, Montgomery County kept a list of those persons
who took the oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1777-1779.
These records have been preserved and can be found at the courthouse in Christiansburg.
The first list found is that of William Davies, recorded in the following words: A List of those that had taken the Oath of fidelity before me, William Hay, Edward Jons the 29 of Aprile, 1778, Alexander Meglaclen Aprile 28, 1778, Joseph Smith free of his apprenticeship 9th May 1778, Bryan Bumton free of his servitude 22 May 1778, James Gorman Oct. 1778. (Signed) Wm. Davies."
The next list was kept by James McCorkle and the introduction to
the names reads as follows: "We whose names are hereunto subscribed do swear
or affirm that we renounce and refuse all allegiance to George third King of
Great Britain, his heirs successors and that, I will be faithful and bear
true allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia as a free and
independent State and that I will not at any time do or Cause
to be done any matter or thing that will be make known to some
one Justice of the Peace for the said State all treasons or
traitorous Conspiracies which I now or hereafter shall known
to be formed against this or any of the United States of
James McCorkle was assigned to record the names of the men who swore
allegiance to the State from several companies.
Rev. War Pension Applications of SW Virginia Soldiers
James Cox--Grayson Co. Sept. 14, 1832. James Cox of Grayson Co. stated that he served under Capt. John Cox at age 15 or 16. as a private, and helped build a fort on New River near the mouth of Peach Bottom Creek. In 1778 and from then till 1780 he acted as a Indian spy for Capt. John Cox. The Tories , about the same time that the British were invading North Carolina, became very troublesome in the country where he was living, having very few neighbors who were not Tories, and with those adjoining the State of North Carolina frequently assembled themselves and overrun the country.
Once when his father was on an expedition against the Indians, the Tories under a Capt. Greene made another excursion into the mountains, and he raised his fathers company and pursued the Tories under Greene and killed and made prisoners of Greene and his entire company. Sometime after this affair, a certain Roberts of the Tory Party came into the neighborhood with 6 Hessians and Cox and a Major Love pursued them into Carolina near the head of the New River. But CAPTAIN BAKER of North Carolina had heard of them and got there before Cox and his party overtook them and killed the whole party except Roberts, their leader, who made his escape.
This was found in the book " Revolutionary War Pension Applications of Southwest Virginia Soldiers"
The New River Frontier Settlement on the North Carolina-Virginia Border 1760-1820
1754. Andrew BAKER from Yadkin, North Carolina, one of the first pioneers
to claim land on the banks of the New River near the Virginia--North
Carolina border, had an experience parallel to that of Henrich Grob. Driven
out by Indians about 1754, BAKER returned approximately ten years later,
bringing reinforcements, the Cox, Osborne, and Hashe families. This
settlement by BAKER and associated families illustrates a typical pattern:
"These groups did not move into the public domain in ignorance of their
exact location; but rather, like the children of Israel, they sent their
Calebs and Joshuas ahead to spy out the land and prepare the way."
Certainly Andrew BAKER was a Joshua on the New River frontier. After his
initial essay when he came from the Yadkin Valley in the 1750s but was
driven back by the Indians, he returned about 1765 with enough people to
make a permanent settlement. Probably Andrew BAKER was related to the
Samuel BAKER whom Ramsey identifies as operating a public mill on Davidson's Creek in the Yadkin Valley in 1753; this BAKER came from either Chester County or the Susquehanna Valley in Pennsylvania. Paula Hathaway
Anderson-Green, "The New River Frontier Settlement on the Virginia-North
Carolina Border 1760-1820," VMHB, 86(Oct. 1978):418.
Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia
1765. Bleavins (Blemins) vs. Newell--O.S. 174; N. S. 62--Bill, 27th Sept.
1805. In 1765 or 1768 Andrew BAKER settled and made an improvement on land
under the Loyal Company now in Grayson County. Several years afterwards he
sold to Jeremiah Harrison, who also removed to and lived on the land for
some time, and sold to James Mulkey, who settled and lived on the land and
then sold to James Blevins, father of orator John Blevins, 1772. James then
moved to the land, where he resided until his death, in 1801. In 1790 James
Newel made an entry on the lands. George Reeves deposes that Andrew BAKER
was the first settler on the land, in 1768. Copy of survey of 1,000
(4,400?) acres (known as the Peach Bottom) surveyed for Peter Jefferson,
Thomas and David Meriwether, and Thos. Walker, 16th March, 1753. Many
valuable entries, plats and surveys.
John Cox vs. Newell--O.S. 174; N. S. 62--Similar suit to above. Orator
settled in the Loyal Grant in 1765 opposite to Andrew BAKER. Enoch Osborn
deposes, 1809, that Cap. Jno. Cox settled on the Peach Bottom 44 or 45 years
ago. George Collins deposes, 1809, he moved to the country in 1767. Lyman
Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, III
(Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1980) p. 143.
Captain Ruddle, who came from the Shenandoah Valley, was one of Kentucky's earliest settlers. While General Clark was conquering the Northwest he lived on Corn Island and later at Logan's Fort near what is now Stanford, Kentucky. In 1779 he established his own settlement at Ruddles's on Hinkson Creek in what is now Bourbon County.
As the Revolutionary War progressed, the Indians, incited by the British, traveled in war partys and committed depredations on isolated settlements such as Ruddle's Mills. Ruddle, therefore decided for the Safley of his own family and those that had gathered around him to move into Hinkson's deserted fort on the Licking River. He added to and fortified it, making it one of the largest and strongest in the Kentucky wilderness capable of accommodating from 2 to 3 hundred people. His garrison composed of 49 men.
Children of ANDREW BAKER and MARY BOLLING are:
11. i. RICHARD I5 BAKER, b. 1747.
ii. ABEDNEGO BAKER, m. UNKNOWN FLOYD.
iii. LEONARD BAKER.
iv. ELIJAH BAKER, b. 1742, Lunenburg Co., Va.; m. SARAH COPELAND.
12. v. CAPT. JOHN RENTA BAKER, b. 1735, North Carolina; d. 1820, Owsley Co., Ky..
vi. CUTHBERT BAKER, b. 1746.
vii. ANDREW BAKER, b. 1749, Virginia; d. September 24, 1815, Lee Co., Va..
viii. MORRIS BAKER, b. 1750, North Carolina; m. (1) JANE SMITH; m. (2) UNKNOWN KOONTZ.
ix. JOSEPH BAKER, b. 1751; m. ELIZABETH AFORD.
Notes for JOSEPH BAKER:
A Long Hunter and Revolutionary War Soldier.
x. JAMES BAKER, b. 1753; m. MARY MULLINS.
xi. GEORGE BAKER, b. October 14, 1759, North Carolina; m. SUSANNA MORRIS.
Notes for GEORGE BAKER:
Long Hunter and Revolutionary War Soldier.
13. xii. MARTHA PATTIE BAKER, b. 1761.
xiii. BOLLING BAKER, b. 1763, North Carolina; m. ARACOMA.
Notes for BOLLING BAKER:
The East Kentuckian Magazine footnote found by Jess Wilson--"Horse Pen was so called because Bolling BAKER, a renegade white man, who married Aracoma, daughter of Chief Cornstalk, built a corral there to hold stolen horses. The Shawnee
Indians, controlled by BAKER and Aracoma, were wiped out in 1780 by a group of Virginians at the Battle of the Islands near the present Logan, WV. Aracoma was killed and lies buried at Logan. The town was first called Aracoma in her honor.
Chief Cornstalk fought against the Virginians at Point Pleasant in 1774 and was murdered while being held hostage. "
xiv. ELLENDER BAKER, b. December 24, 1765; m. JESSE RAY.
5. ROBERT4 BAKER (ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1686 in Pennsylvania. He married MARY THOMPSON, daughter of REV. THOMPSON and UNKNOWN OSBORNE.
Child of ROBERT BAKER and MARY THOMPSON is:
14. i. JAMES5 BAKER, b. Abt. 1725, Pennsylvania; d. Bef. 1800.
6. DOUGLAS4 BAKER (ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1688 in Pennsylvania, and died Abt. 1765 in Prince Edward Co., Virginia. He married JANE THOMPSON Abt. 1734, daughter of REV. THOMPSON and UNKNOWN OSBORNE. She was born Abt. 1720 in Lewes, Sussex Co, Delaware, and died 1762 in Prince Edward Co., Va..
Children of DOUGLAS BAKER and JANE THOMPSON are:
15. i. ROBERT5 BAKER, b. Abt. 1736; d. Aft. 1773, Prince Edward Co., Va..
16. ii. ESTHER BAKER, b. Abt. 1739.
iii. ANDREW BAKER, b. Abt. 1741; d. Aft. 1804; m. CATHERINE BAKER, Bef. 1764.
17. iv. JANE BAKER, b. Abt. 1750, Prince Edward Co., Va..
18. v. SAMUEL BAKER, d. 1802.
19. vi. DOUGLAS BAKER, b. Abt. 1743; d. 1778, Prince Edward Co., Va..
vii. JOSHUA BAKER, b. Abt. 1745; d. 1777.
viii. MARTHA BAKER, m. WILLIAM DAVIDSON.
20. ix. JOSEPH BAKER, b. 1753.
x. UNKNOWN BAKER, m. UNKNOWN SHILLADAY.
7. CALEB4 BAKER (ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1690 in Pennsylvania, and died 1775 in Amelia Co., Virginia. He married MARTHA BROOKS. She was born 1695 in Virginia, and died Abt. 1759 in Prince Edward Co., Virginia.
Children of CALEB BAKER and MARTHA BROOKS are:
i. SAMUEL5 BAKER, b. 1715, Chester Co, Pa.; d. 1782, Prince Edward Co., Virginia; m. CHRISTINA UNKNOWN.
ii. HENRY BAKER, b. 1717, Pennsylvania.
21. iii. ABRAHAM BAKER, b. 1719, Lancaster Co., Pa; d. Bef. 1779, South Carolina.
iv. RUTH BAKER, b. 1723; m. SAMUEL JOHNSON.
22. v. MARY BAKER, b. 1725, Chester Co, Pa.; d. Abt. 1790, Bedford Co., Va..
23. vi. ESTHER BAKER, b. 1727, Lancaster Co., Pa.
vii. MARTHA BAKER, b. 1732, Chester Co, Pa.; d. Abt. 1790; m. CHARLES EWING.
24. viii. CALEB BAKER, b. 1734, Lancaster Co., Pa; d. 1824, Prince Edward Co., Virginia.
8. SAMUEL4 BAKER (ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1694, and died Abt. 1758 in Rowan Co., NC. He married ELIZABETH THOMPSON, daughter of REV. THOMPSON and UNKNOWN OSBORNE. She was born 1732, and died 1776.
Children of SAMUEL BAKER and ELIZABETH THOMPSON are:
i. JOHN5 BAKER.
25. ii. ROBERT BAKER, b. Bef. 1755, Rowan Co., NC; d. Aft. 1809, Logan Co., Ky..
iii. MARY BAKER.
iv. MARGARET BAKER.
v. UNKNOWN BAKER.
9. MARY4 BAKER (ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1696. She married ROBERT ELLIOT.
Children of MARY BAKER and ROBERT ELLIOT are:
26. i. MARY5 ELLIOT, b. Abt. 1743.
ii. SARAH ELLIOT, m. ANDREW CROCKETT.
10. MAY4 BAKER (ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1700, and died 1800. She married CAPT. THOMAS CALLOWAY.
Children of MAY BAKER and CAPT. CALLOWAY are:
i. CAREY5 CALLOWAY.
ii. JOHN CALLOWAY.
iii. SHADRACK CALLOWAY.
iv. MARY CALLOWAY, m. JAMES M. NYE.
v. ELIJAH CALLOWAY.
Generation No. 5
11. RICHARD I5 BAKER (ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1747. He married MARY POLLY MULLINS.
Notes for RICHARD I BAKER:
The Baker's are assumed to come from Noth Carolina to Tennessee to Southwest Virginia
Children of RICHARD BAKER and MARY MULLINS are:
27. i. RICHARD II6 BAKER, b. July 25, 1797, Washington Co, Tenn; d. August 25, 1871, Wise Co, Va.
ii. ANDREW BAKER.
iii. LOVELL BAKER.
Notes for LOVELL BAKER:
Had 7 sons and they all moved to Iowa.
iv. EDWARD "NED" BAKER.
Notes for EDWARD "NED" BAKER:
Legend has it he was a prize fighter.
12. CAPT. JOHN RENTA5 BAKER (ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1735 in North Carolina, and died 1820 in Owsley Co., Ky.. He married (1) AZA WILLIAMS. He married (2) ELIZABETH TERRILL, daughter of OBEDIAH TERRILL. She was born 1735.
Notes for CAPT. JOHN RENTA BAKER:
John was a "Long Hunter" and in 1763 was living on the Green River, in what is now KY, with the Cherokees. Beginning about 1763 he and other Long Hunters made trips down the Cumberland River to Spanish Natchez to sell their furs. Colonel
Gasper Mansker once became too ill to travel in Natchez and John Baker stayed with him until he was able to travel; then he and Gasper walked cross country back to North Carolina. John served in the North Carolina Militia during the
Revolutionary War. A great grandson, when applying for membership in the Sons of the American Revolution, wrote, " Captain John Baker and his company went to the rescue of Colonel Benjamin Cleveland when the Torries were about the hang him."
John Baker came to Kentucky after the war and lived in Fayette, Boyle, Madison, Rockcastle and Clay Counties. After his second wife, Aza Williams died, he lived in a rockhouse near the mouth of Buffalo Creek, now in Owsley Co., KY, and died
there in 1820. John Rentie is said to have fathered several 1/2 Indian children.
Children of CAPT. BAKER and ELIZABETH TERRILL are:
28. i. MAJ. ROBERT JULIUS "BOB"6 BAKER, b. 1774, Buncombe Co., NC; d. 1859, Owsley Co., Ky..
ii. ISAAC BAKER, b. 1757, NC.
29. iii. BOLLING BAKER, b. 1764.
iv. PATTIE BAKER.
v. ANDREW BAKER, b. 1765.
30. vi. JOHN DURKHAM BAKER, b. 1770.
31. vii. JAMES CLAYBANK BAKER, b. 1767.
32. viii. REV.GEORGE W. BAKER, b. 1779, Wilkes Co., NC; d. 1846, Linn Co., Mo..
33. ix. IGHA BAKER.
13. MARTHA PATTIE5 BAKER (ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1761. She married JUSTICE BOLLING, son of BENJAMIN BOLLING and CHARITY LARRIMORE.
Children of MARTHA BAKER and JUSTICE BOLLING are:
i. REV.ANDREW L.6 BOLLING, b. 1783.
ii. SOLOMON BOLLING, b. 1786; m. LUCY JOHNSON.
iii. BARNETT BOLLING, b. 1795.
iv. SOOKIE BOLLING.
v. MARY BOLLING, b. 1796; m. MARTIN HALL.
vi. SARAH BOLLING, b. 1797; m. ENOCH ROSE.
vii. ELIZABETH BOLLING, b. 1799; m. THOMAS GOODE.
14. JAMES5 BAKER (ROBERT4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Abt. 1725 in Pennsylvania, and died Bef. 1800.
Children of JAMES BAKER are:
34. i. ANDREW6 BAKER, b. 1749; d. 1815, Lee Co., Va..
35. ii. MORRIS BAKER, b. 1750; d. 1812, Grayson Co., Va..
36. iii. ROBERT BAKER, b. 1754, Augusta Co., Va./Now Washington Co., Va.; d. 1834, Montgomery Co., MO.
37. iv. GEORGE BAKER, b. 1759; d. 1841, Morgan Co., Ind..
38. v. BOLLING BAKER, b. 1763.
39. vi. ELEANOR BAKER.
15. ROBERT5 BAKER (DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Abt. 1736, and died Aft. 1773 in Prince Edward Co., Va.. He married MARGARET BAKER Abt. 1760 in Prince Edward Co., Va.. She was born Abt. 1750 in Rowan Co., NC.
More About MARGARET BAKER:
Burial: Mecklenburg Co, SC
Children of ROBERT BAKER and MARGARET BAKER are:
i. SAMUEL6 BAKER, b. Abt. 1766.
ii. DOUGLAS BAKER, b. Abt. 1768.
iii. ELIZABETH BAKER, b. Abt. 1770, Prince Edward Co., Va..
iv. MARY BAKER, b. Abt. 1772, Prince Edward Co., Va..
16. ESTHER5 BAKER (DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Abt. 1739. She married GEORGE SHILLADAY.
Child of ESTHER BAKER and GEORGE SHILLADAY is:
i. ESTHER6 SHILLADAY, m. UNKNOWN VANCE.
17. JANE5 BAKER (DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Abt. 1750 in Prince Edward Co., Va.. She married JOHN ARMSTRONG Abt. 1770. He died 1813 in Rogersville, Tenn..
Children of JANE BAKER and JOHN ARMSTRONG are:
i. JEAN6 ARMSTRONG, m. UNKNOWN FORGEY.
40. ii. ANNE ARMSTRONG.
iii. THOMAS ARMSTRONG.
iv. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG.
v. BAKER ARMSTRONG.
41. vi. JOHN ARMSTRONG, b. 1781; d. 1864.
vii. JAMES ARMSTRONG.
18. SAMUEL5 BAKER (DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) died 1802. He married ANNE ARMSTRONG, daughter of JOHN ARMSTRONG and JANE BAKER.
Child of SAMUEL BAKER and ANNE ARMSTRONG is:
i. SAMUEL6 BAKER.
19. DOUGLAS5 BAKER (DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Abt. 1743, and died 1778 in Prince Edward Co., Va.. He married MARY ELLIOT, daughter of ROBERT ELLIOT and MARY BAKER. She was born Abt. 1743.
Children of DOUGLAS BAKER and MARY ELLIOT are:
i. ANDREW6 BAKER, b. Abt. 1765.
ii. NANCY BAKER, b. Abt. 1770.
iii. JANE BAKER, b. Abt. 1772; m. UNKNOWN MORTON.
iv. DOUGLAS BAKER.
v. ELLIOT BAKER.
vi. CATHERINE BAKER.
20. JOSEPH5 BAKER (DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1753. He married HANNAH UNKNOWN.
Child of JOSEPH BAKER and HANNAH UNKNOWN is:
i. HANNAH6 BAKER, b. 1791, Wythe Co., Va; d. 1875, Chatauqua, Kansas; m. JAMES ALFORD, 1813; b. 1791, Giles Co., Va.; d. 1861, Daviess Co., Ind..
21. ABRAHAM5 BAKER (CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1719 in Lancaster Co., Pa, and died Bef. 1779 in South Carolina. He married SARAH BAKER.
Children of ABRAHAM BAKER and SARAH BAKER are:
i. CALEB6 BAKER.
ii. SAMUEL BAKER.
22. MARY5 BAKER (CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1725 in Chester Co, Pa., and died Abt. 1790 in Bedford Co., Va.. She married ROBERT EWING. He was born Abt. 1718 in Londonberry, Ireland, and died 1787 in Bedford Co., Va..
Children of MARY BAKER and ROBERT EWING are:
i. BAKER6 EWING, b. Abt. 1750, Bedford Co., Va.; d. 1803; m. LETRITIA WARREN.
ii. MARTHA EWING, b. Abt. 1752, Bedford Co., Va.; m. JOHN MILLS.
iii. JOHN EWING, b. Abt. 1754, Bedford Co., Va.; m. MARTHA UNKNOWN.
iv. JANE EWING, b. Abt. 1758, Bedford Co., Va.; m. PETER KELLY.
v. SIDNEY ANN EWING, b. Abt. 1756, Bedford Co., Va.; d. 1785; m. ADAM LINN.
vi. ROBERT EWING, b. 1760, Bedford Co., Va.; d. 1832; m. JANE MCCLEAN.
vii. YOUNG EWING, b. Abt. 1762, Bedford Co., Va.; m. (1) EVALINA JENNINGS; m. (2) WINIFRED WARREN.
viii. URBAN EWING, b. 1764, Bedford Co., Va.; m. MARY EWING.
42. ix. REUBEN EWING, b. Abt. 1766, Bedford Co., Va.; d. 1823, Logan Co., Ky..
x. POLLY EWING, b. Abt. 1768, Bedford Co., Va.; m. JOHN EWING.
xi. CHATHAM EWING, b. 1770, Bedford Co., Va.; d. 1841; m. ELIZABETH HALL CAMPBELL.
xii. FINIS EWING, b. 1773, Bedford Co., Va.; d. 1841; m. MARGARET DAVIDSON.
23. ESTHER5 BAKER (CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1727 in Lancaster Co., Pa. She married SAMUEL WALLACE, son of SAMUEL WALLACE and MARGARET UNKNOWN.
Children of ESTHER BAKER and SAMUEL WALLACE are:
i. ANDREW6 WALLACE, m. KATHERINE PARKS.
ii. CALEB WALLACE, b. 1742.
iii. ELIZABETH WALLACE, b. 1745; m. COL. HENRY PAWLING.
iv. SAMUEL WALLACE.
Notes for SAMUEL WALLACE:
Lost at Sea.
24. CALEB5 BAKER (CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1734 in Lancaster Co., Pa, and died 1824 in Prince Edward Co., Virginia. He married (1) CATHERINE HODNETT, daughter of JOHN HODNETT. She was born 1739 in Buckingham Co., Va., and died 1804 in Prince Edward Co., Va.. He married (2) CATHERINE BAKER.
Children of CALEB BAKER and CATHERINE HODNETT are:
43. i. WILLIAM6 BAKER, b. 1773, Prince Edward Co., Va.; d. 1808.
44. ii. DR.ABNER BAKER, b. 1775, Prince Edward Co., Va.; d. 1861, Kentucky.
45. iii. LUCY BAKER, b. 1777.
iv. SARAH "SALLY"BAKER, b. 1779.
v. SUSANNAH BAKER, b. 1772; m. JOHN GREENWOOD, 1791.
vi. MIME BAKER, b. 1783; m. UNKNOWN ELDRIDGE.
vii. MARTHA PATSY BAKER, b. 1785; m. ROBERT GREENWOOD, 1797.
viii. CATHERINE G. BAKER, b. 1787; m. ELIJAH HENDRICKS, 1801.
ix. BROOKS BAKER, b. 1768; m. ELIZABETH KING, 1794.
x. CALEB BAKER, b. 1790.
25. ROBERT5 BAKER (SAMUEL4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Bef. 1755 in Rowan Co., NC, and died Aft. 1809 in Logan Co., Ky.. He married SARAH UNKNOWN.
Children of ROBERT BAKER and SARAH UNKNOWN are:
i. POLLY6 BAKER.
ii. MARGARET BAKER.
iii. SAMUEL BAKER.
iv. BETSEY BAKER.
v. AMBROSE BAKER.
vi. NANCY BAKER.
vii. WILLIAM BAKER.
viii. ROBERT BAKER.
ix. JOHN T. BAKER.
x. SALLY BAKER.
26. MARY5 ELLIOT (MARY4 BAKER, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Abt. 1743. She married DOUGLAS BAKER, son of DOUGLAS BAKER and JANE THOMPSON. He was born Abt. 1743, and died 1778 in Prince Edward Co., Va..
Children are listed above under (19) Douglas Baker.
Generation No. 6
27. RICHARD II6 BAKER (RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born July 25, 1797 in Washington Co, Tenn, and died August 25, 1871 in Wise Co, Va. He married ABIGAL BEVERLY, daughter of ELIJAH BEVERLY and MARY FREEMAN. She was born 1805 in Wythe Co, Va, and died 1861 in Virginia.
More About RICHARD II BAKER:
Burial: Jim Baker Cemetery
More About ABIGAL BEVERLY:
Burial: Jim Baker Cemetery
Children of RICHARD BAKER and ABIGAL BEVERLY are:
46. i. CORNELIUS H."HICK"7 BAKER, b. 1826, Virginia.
47. ii. SAMUEL PATRICK BAKER, b. 1822, Russel Co, Va.; d. 1862.
48. iii. AMANDA BAKER, b. 1824, Russel Co, Va.; d. 1905, Dickenson Co, Va.
49. iv. MARY "POLLY" BAKER, b. 1825.
50. v. SUSANNAH BAKER, b. May 02, 1830, Scott Co, Va; d. 1914.
51. vi. NANCY BAKER.
52. vii. JOHN BAKER, b. 1833, Russel Co, Va.; d. June 07, 1889.
53. viii. SARAH A. "SALLY" BAKER, b. 1842, Russel Co, Va..
54. ix. ELIZA J. BAKER, b. 1844, Russel Co, Va..
55. x. RICHARD III BAKER, b. February 22, 1846, Russel Co, Va..
xi. GEORGE BAKER.
Notes for GEORGE BAKER:
Died at a young age.
56. xii. AMERICA BAKER.
28. MAJ. ROBERT JULIUS "BOB"6 BAKER (CAPT. JOHN RENTA5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1774 in Buncombe Co., NC, and died 1859 in Owsley Co., Ky.. He married ELIZABETH HAMMOND 1792 in Lincoln Co,Ky., daughter of ISAIAH HAMMOND and KATHERINE BOLLING. She was born May 20, 1777.
Children of MAJ. BAKER and ELIZABETH HAMMOND are:
i. ESTHER7 BAKER, b. 1792, Virginia.
ii. JOHN HAMMOND "MUCKER" BAKER.
iii. MARY POLLY BAKER.
iv. ROBERT BOSTON BOB BAKER.
v. NANCY BAKER.
vi. ZILPZ BAKER.
vii. JANE "JENNIE" BAKER.
viii. ANDREW "ANDY PANDY" BAKER.
29. BOLLING6 BAKER (CAPT. JOHN RENTA5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1764. He married PATSEY MORRIS.
Children of BOLLING BAKER and PATSEY MORRIS are:
i. ANNA7 BAKER, m. JAMES DAVIS, 1828, Clay Co., Ky..
ii. BOLLING BAKER, b. 1784; d. 1840; m. ELIZABETH BUNCH.
iii. REUBEN BAKER, b. 1812.
30. JOHN DURKHAM6 BAKER (CAPT. JOHN RENTA5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1770.
Children of JOHN DURKHAM BAKER are:
i. WILLIAM7 BAKER, b. 1803; d. 1846, Linn Co., Mo..
ii. ANDREW J. BAKER, m. NANCY ALLEN; b. 1818.
31. JAMES CLAYBANK6 BAKER (CAPT. JOHN RENTA5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1767. He married SUSSANAH UNKNOWN.
Child of JAMES BAKER and SUSSANAH UNKNOWN is:
i. WILLIAM "BILLY"7 BAKER, m. POLLY BALES.
32. REV.GEORGE W.6 BAKER (CAPT. JOHN RENTA5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1779 in Wilkes Co., NC, and died 1846 in Linn Co., Mo.. He married ESTHER ROBERTSON, daughter of SAMUEL ROBERTSON and ELIZABETH HARRIS. She was born 1781 in Caldwell Co., NC, and died Aft. 1850 in Linn Co., Mo..
Children of REV.GEORGE BAKER and ESTHER ROBERTSON are:
i. ELIZABETH7 BAKER, b. 1801, Madison Co., Ky.; d. 1850, Linn Co., Mo.; m. MICHAEL STUFFLEBEAN, 1817, Estill Co., Ky.; b. 1795, Estill Co., Ky.; d. 1849, Linn Co., Mo..
ii. SAMUEL L. BAKER, b. 1803, Ky.; d. 1874, Montgomery Co., Iowa; m. RACHEL DAVIDSON, 1827, Clay Co., Ky.; b. 1810; d. 1874, Montgomery Co., Iowa.
iii. SARAH JANE "JENNIE" BAKER, b. 1806, Madison Co., Ky.; d. 1846, Linn Co., Mo..
iv. JOHN R. BAKER, b. 1809.
v. CAROLINE BAKER, b. 1811, Madison Co., Ky.; d. Aft. 1870.
vi. ANDREW J. BAKER, b. 1813, Kentucky; d. 1848, Linn Co., Mo..
vii. MARTHA "PATSEY" BAKER, b. 1817, Kentucky; m. GEORGE BAKER.
viii. ESTHER BAKER, b. Estill Co., Ky..
ix. GEORGE R. BAKER, b. 1820, Estill Co., Ky.; d. 1892, Linn Co., Mo..
x. ROBERT BAKER, b. 1824, Estill Co., Ky.; d. 1884, Linn Co., Mo..
33. IGHA6 BAKER (CAPT. JOHN RENTA5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) She married ELISHA HARRISON 1805 in Madison Co., Ky., son of JOHN HARRISON.
Children of IGHA BAKER and ELISHA HARRISON are:
i. JOHNNIE B.7 HARRISON, b. 1808; d. 1888; m. SARAH BROCKMAN.
ii. JONATHON HARRISON, b. 1808; m. MARY ANN LASE, 1837, Estill Co., Ky..
iii. THOMAS HARRISON, b. 1815; m. LUCINDA LAKES, 1836, Estill Co., Ky.; b. 1818.
iv. NANCY J. HARRISON, b. 1822; m. GREEN B. LAKE, 1837, Estill Co., Ky.; b. 1821.
v. ELISHA HARRISON, b. 1823; m. DELILAH LAKE; b. 1826.
vi. NATHANIEL HARRISON, b. 1825; m. SALLY ANN GABBARD; b. 1825.
vii. WILLIAM HARRISON, b. 1828; m. ELISA GABBARD.
viii. SUSANNAH HARRISON, b. 1811.
ix. SALLIE A. HARRISON.
x. GEORGE HARRISON, m. RACHEL ISAACS, 1831, Clay Co., Ky.; b. 1817, Virginia.
xi. LETHA HARRISON.
34. ANDREW6 BAKER (JAMES5, ROBERT4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1749, and died 1815 in Lee Co., Va.. He married ELIZABETH AVANT, daughter of PETER AVANT and AMY MASSIE. She was born 1752.
Children of ANDREW BAKER and ELIZABETH AVANT are:
i. SOLOMON7 BAKER, b. 1770.
ii. HENRY BAKER, b. 1774.
iii. ANDREW BAKER, b. 1777.
iv. JOSEPH BAKER, b. 1779.
v. JAMES BAKER, b. 1779.
vi. JOHN BAKER, b. 1784.
vii. NANCY BAKER, b. 1787.
viii. ELIJAH BAKER, b. 1789.
ix. MARTHA PATSY BAKER, b. 1791, Wilkes Co., NC; d. 1869, Hancock C., Tenn.
35. MORRIS6 BAKER (JAMES5, ROBERT4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1750, and died 1812 in Grayson Co., Va.. He married PATSY SMITH, daughter of HUGH SMITH and JANE SMITH.
Children of MORRIS BAKER and PATSY SMITH are:
i. JAMES7 BAKER, b. 1774; d. 1843.
ii. ZACHARIAH BAKER, m. SALLY COX; b. 1780.
iii. JONATHAN BAKER.
iv. JEREMIAH BAKER, m. UNKNOWN KOONTZ.
v. ROBERT BAKER, m. JANE REEVES.
vi. MARY POLLY BAKER.
vii. JANE BAKER, m. JOHN WILLIAMS.
viii. NANCY BAKER, m. EDWARD HART.
ix. SUSANNAH BAKER, m. JOHN STRINGER.
x. ESTHER BAKER.
xi. MARY JANE BAKER, m. WILLIAM CALDWELL.
36. ROBERT6 BAKER (JAMES5, ROBERT4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1754 in Augusta Co., Va./Now Washington Co., Va., and died 1834 in Montgomery Co., MO.
Child of ROBERT BAKER is:
i. WILLIAM7 BAKER, b. 1789, NC.
37. GEORGE6 BAKER (JAMES5, ROBERT4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1759, and died 1841 in Morgan Co., Ind.. He married SUSANNAH ELIZABETH MORRIS 1778 in Wilkes Co, NC, daughter of HENRY MORRIS. She was born 1760, and died 1837 in Morgan Co., Ind..
Children of GEORGE BAKER and SUSANNAH MORRIS are:
i. MORRIS7 BAKER, b. 1780, Wilkes Co., NC; d. 1833, Morgan Co., Ind..
ii. MARTHA "PATSY" BAKER, b. 1788; d. 1850; m. WILSON MOORE, 1806; d. 1828, Mobile, Ala..
iii. NANCY BAKER, b. 1790.
iv. REV.WILLIAM BAKER, b. 1797.
v. JOHN "CANA THE RHYMER" BAKER, m. KESIAH BURNS, 1821, Clay Co., Ky..
vi. MARY "POLLY" BAKER, b. 1805, NC; d. 1860, Morgan Co., Ind..
vii. JAMES BAKER.
viii. PHERIBA BAKER, m. GEORGE WASHINGTON WARNER, 1849.
ix. REV.BALAAM BAKER, b. 1806, NC.
x. GEORGE MORRIS BAKER, b. 1813; d. 1888.
38. BOLLING6 BAKER (JAMES5, ROBERT4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1763. He married MARTHA PATSY MORRIS.
Child of BOLLING BAKER and MARTHA MORRIS is:
i. ANNA7 BAKER, m. JAMES DAVIS.
39. ELEANOR6 BAKER (JAMES5, ROBERT4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) She married JESSE RAY 1882.
Child of ELEANOR BAKER and JESSE RAY is:
i. ELIZABETH7 RAY, m. THOMAS CALLOWAY.
40. ANNE6 ARMSTRONG (JANE5 BAKER, DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) She married SAMUEL BAKER, son of DOUGLAS BAKER and JANE THOMPSON. He died 1802.
Child is listed above under (18) Samuel Baker.
41. JOHN6 ARMSTRONG (JANE5 BAKER, DOUGLAS4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1781, and died 1864. He married MARY ARMSTRONG 1808. She died 1824.
Children of JOHN ARMSTRONG and MARY ARMSTRONG are:
i. PRISCILLA RUTLEDGE7 ARMSTRONG, b. 1809.
ii. JANE BAKER ARMSTRONG, b. 1812.
iii. ELIZABETH MILLER ARMSTRONG, b. 1815.
iv. SALLY ANN ARMSTRONG, b. 1818.
v. JAMES GALLAGHER ARMSTRONG, b. 1820.
vi. MANURVY ARMSTRONG, b. 1823.
42. REUBEN6 EWING (MARY5 BAKER, CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born Abt. 1766 in Bedford Co., Va., and died 1823 in Logan Co., Ky.. He married ELEANOR WHITTSITT 1796 in Logan Co, Va.. She was born 1769 in Amherst Co., Va., and died 1816 in Logan Co., Ky..
Children of REUBEN EWING and ELEANOR WHITTSITT are:
i. WILLIAM7 EWING, b. Abt. 1796, Logan Co., Ky.; d. Bef. 1833; m. SALLY I. PROCTOR.
ii. YOUNG EWING, b. Abt. 1798, Logan Co., Ky..
iii. SARAH EWING, b. Abt. 1800, Logan Co., Ky.; d. 1823.
iv. MARY EWING, b. Abt. 1805, Logan Co., Ky.; m. EPHRAIM MCCLEAN.
v. JAMES EWING, b. Abt. 1807, Logan Co., Ky.; m. LUCILLE BREATHITT.
vi. ELIZABETH EWING, b. Abt. 1809, Logan Co., Ky.; m. ANDREW J. MCCLEAN.
43. WILLIAM6 BAKER (CALEB5, CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1773 in Prince Edward Co., Va., and died 1808. He married MARTHA WOOLFOLK.
Children of WILLIAM BAKER and MARTHA WOOLFOLK are:
i. CALEB7 BAKER, b. 1799, Virginia.
ii. AMERICA BAKER, b. Virginia.
iii. ALPHONSO BAKER, b. Virginia.
44. DR.ABNER6 BAKER (CALEB5, CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1775 in Prince Edward Co., Va., and died 1861 in Kentucky. He married (1) SARAH LETCHER GILES, daughter of STEPHEN GILES and BETSY LETCHER. He married (2) ELIZABETH BUFORD, daughter of CAPT. BUFORD and MARY WELSH. She was born 1781, and died 1826 in Clay Co., Ky..
Children of DR.ABNER BAKER and ELIZABETH BUFORD are:
i. CALEB H.7 BAKER, b. 1799, Garrard Co., Ky; d. 1862, Knox Co., Tenn..
ii. DR.WILLIAM J. BAKER, b. 1800, Garrard Co., Ky; m. MARY ANN COX, 1826.
iii. DR.LEONIDAS BAKER, b. 1802, Garrard Co., Ky; m. SUSAN PARK.
iv. MARY BAKER, b. 1805; m. (1) DANIEL BATES; m. (2) JAMES T. WOODWARD, 1847; b. 1811.
v. ALMIRA BAKER, b. 1807, Clay Co., Ky..
vi. LUCRETIUS BAKER, b. 1809, Clay Co., Ky.; m. NANCY ROUTE.
vii. DR.HARVEY BAKER, b. 1811; m. SUSAN HENDRICKS.
viii. DR.ABNER J. BAKER, b. 1813; d. 1845; m. SUSAN WHITE.
Notes for DR.ABNER J. BAKER:
Hanged in Clay Co. for killing Dan Bates
ix. ELIZABETH BAKER, b. 1815; m. GARRICK W. GROZIER.
x. CATHERINE BAKER, b. 1817; m. DUDLEY DENTON.
xi. AMERICA BAKER, b. 1819.
xii. PATSY BAKER, b. 1821.
xiii. FRANCES ANN BAKER, b. 1823; m. WADE HAMPTON.
xiv. HARRIET BAKER, b. 1825; m. DR.WILLIAM HOPPER.
45. LUCY6 BAKER (CALEB5, CALEB4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1777. She married JOHN HUDSON 1790. He was born 1771 in Virginia.
Children of LUCY BAKER and JOHN HUDSON are:
i. CALEB7 HUDSON, b. 1797, Virginia.
ii. NATHANIEL HUDSON, b. 1799, Virginia.
iii. CATHERINE HUDSON, b. 1801, Virginia.
iv. LUCY ANN HUDSON, b. 1803; m. UNKNOWN LANCASTER.
v. JOHN HUDSON, b. 1805; m. ELIZABETH MARTIN.
vi. WILLIAM HUDSON, b. 1807.
Generation No. 7
46. CORNELIUS H."HICK"7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1826 in Virginia. He married SOCIA/SOSHIE HAMMONDS. She was born 1828 in Virginia.
Notes for CORNELIUS H."HICK" BAKER:
He is said to have found a Silver mine in the side of Cumberland Mountain and never could find it again and went crazy.
Children of CORNELIUS BAKER and SOCIA/SOSHIE HAMMONDS are:
57. i. SAMUEL "SAM"8 BAKER, b. January 1849, Virginia.
ii. WILLIAM "BILL" BAKER, b. 1852, Virginia.
iii. JOHN JACK BAKER, b. 1853, Virginia.
iv. HENRY BAKER, b. 1854, Virginia.
v. RICHARD BAKER, b. 1865, Johnson Co, Ky; m. NANCY HALL, April 20, 1885.
vi. GEORGE BAKER.
vii. MARGARET BAKER.
viii. ADELINE BAKER.
ix. CAROLINE BAKER, b. 1864, Johnson Co, Ky; m. JAMES HENDERSON BAKER; b. Abt. 1857, Wise Co, Va.
x. JACKSON BAKER, b. 1850, Virginia.
xi. NANCY M. BAKER, b. 1857, Virginia.
xii. MAHALA BAKER, b. 1860, Virginia.
xiii. SALLY BAKER.
47. SAMUEL PATRICK7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1822 in Russel Co, Va., and died 1862. He married MALINDA ESTEP May 08, 1843, daughter of SAMUEL ESTEP and MARY LANE. She was born Abt. 1824 in Scott Co, Va, and died October 17, 1884 in Wythe Co, Va.
Children of SAMUEL BAKER and MALINDA ESTEP are:
58. i. JAMES MONROE"JIM"8 BAKER, b. July 26, 1857; d. September 27, 1906.
ii. GEORGE "DUMP"BAKER.
59. iii. LOVELL BAKER, b. 1847, Russel Co, Va..
60. iv. CORNELIUS H."KEEL" BAKER, b. 1844, Russel Co, Va..
v. AMANDA BAKER, b. 1858; m. WILLIAM FLOYD PERRY, May 05, 1885.
61. vi. MAHALA BAKER, b. 1852.
vii. JOHN R. RONSOM"DUMP" BAKER, b. 1859, Virginia; m. LUCY COX, October 01, 1879, Virginia.
62. viii. CHARLES H. BAKER, b. 1853; d. October 09, 1884.
ix. NANCY BAKER, b. 1846, Kentucky.
x. MARY BAKER, b. 1848, Russel Co, Va.; m. JACOB HUBBARD, January 02, 1873.
xi. SAMUEL BAKER, b. 1850, Russel Co, Va..
Notes for SAMUEL BAKER:
Died in childhood
48. AMANDA7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1824 in Russel Co, Va., and died 1905 in Dickenson Co, Va. She married CHARLES RUFUS HIBBITTS 1840 in Scott Co, Va.. He was born 1818 in Franklin Co, Va., and died 1864 in Battle of Cranesnest in Civil War.
Children of AMANDA BAKER and CHARLES HIBBITTS are:
i. JOSEPH8 HIBBITTS, b. September 26, 1840; d. June 13, 1910; m. (1) SARAH RATLIFF; m. (2) LUCY REYNOLDS.
63. ii. MARY ANN "POLLY" HIBBITTS, b. March 27, 1842; d. February 16, 1926.
64. iii. RICHARD HIBBITTS, b. 1844; d. 1926.
65. iv. JOHN D. HIBBITTS, b. 1846.
66. v. CORNELIUS HIBBITTS, b. June 20, 1848; d. September 16, 1922.
vi. OLLIE HIBBITTS, b. October 1850; m. JOHN STANLEY.
vii. NANCY HIBBITTS, b. 1852; m. JIM SWINDALL, April 10, 1891.
viii. SOLOMON HIBBITTS, b. June 06, 1854; d. 1937; m. SALLY MULLINS, April 08, 1880.
ix. AMANDA MELVINA HIBBITTS, b. August 15, 1856; d. March 13, 1929; m. ALEXANDER HILL, March 01, 1873.
Notes for AMANDA MELVINA HIBBITTS:
Twin to Florina Hibbitts
x. FLORINA HIBBITTS, b. August 15, 1856; d. December 10, 1856.
Notes for FLORINA HIBBITTS:
Twin to Amanda Melvina Hibbitts.
xi. CHARLES RUFUS JR. HIBBITTS, b. December 12, 1858; d. October 23, 1937; m. (1) LYDIA SWINDALL; b. September 24, 1869; d. June 13, 1915; m. (2) JULIA SWINDALL.
Notes for LYDIA SWINDALL:
Sister to Jim Swindall.
Notes for JULIA SWINDALL:
Cousin to Lydia and Jim Swindall.
49. MARY "POLLY"7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1825. She married JAMES BUTCHER.
Children of MARY BAKER and JAMES BUTCHER are:
i. RICH8 BUTCHER.
ii. JOHN BUTCHER.
iii. CAROLINE BUTCHER, m. UNKNOWN WEBB.
50. SUSANNAH7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born May 02, 1830 in Scott Co, Va, and died 1914. She married (1) BENJAMIN OSBORN. She married (2) DAVID FORRESTER STALLARD November 26, 1848, son of RAWLEY STALLARD and MARY FORRESTER. He was born 1831, and died December 23, 1905.
Child of SUSANNAH BAKER and BENJAMIN OSBORN is:
i. ELIZABETH8 OSBORN, m. JACOB JOHNSON.
Children of SUSANNAH BAKER and DAVID STALLARD are:
ii. JOHN W.8 STALLARD, b. Abt. 1849, Russel Co, Va.; m. SUSAN CAROLINE HAMILTON HOPKINS.
iii. JOSEPH H. STALLARD, b. Abt. 1852, Virginia; m. JENNIE LYNN BELCHER.
iv. MARY E. STALLARD, b. Abt. 1854, Virginia; m. (1) JOHN B. MULLINS; m. (2) JAMES MATHISON.
v. ROLLEY D. STALLARD, b. Abt. 1856, Virginia; m. (1) CAZZIE ROAN VANOVER; m. (2) ELIZA JANE VICTORIA JONES.
vi. SARAH H. STALLARD, b. Abt. 1858, Virginia; m. JAMES GASTON "DICK" GORDON.
vii. LUCY A. STALLARD, b. Abt. 1865, Virginia; m. RILEY MULLINS.
viii. JAMES N. STALLARD, m. LULA STEFFEY.
51. NANCY7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) She married THOMAS WEBB, son of BILLY WEBB.
Child of NANCY BAKER and THOMAS WEBB is:
i. BEN8 WEBB.
52. JOHN7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1833 in Russel Co, Va., and died June 07, 1889. He married ELIZABETH GORDON, daughter of RAGSDALE UNKNOWN and DORTHY GORDON. She was born 1833 in Wythe Co, Va, and died July 27, 1905.
Notes for JOHN BAKER:
He was a shoemaker. He got his back hurt in the second year after his marriage and could not work at hard wark after that.
Children of JOHN BAKER and ELIZABETH GORDON are:
67. i. WILLIAM J. "BILL"8 BAKER, b. 1852, Russel Co, Va..
ii. JAMES HENDERSON BAKER, b. Abt. 1857, Wise Co, Va; m. CAROLINE BAKER; b. 1864, Johnson Co, Ky.
iii. ROBERT L. BAKER, b. 1864, Wise Co, Va; m. ELIZABETH PHIPPS, April 26, 1883; b. 1865, Russel Co, Va..
iv. JOHN R. "JOHNNY" BAKER, b. 1868, Virginia; m. (1) JANE FLEMING; m. (2) TINA MULLINS.
v. JOSEPH B. BAKER, b. 1870, Virginia; m. FLORA COLLEY.
68. vi. CAROLINE BAKER, b. 1854.
69. vii. ALVA D. BAKER, b. May 1860, Wise Co, Va; d. 1954.
viii. MARTHA ELLEN BAKER, b. 1872; m. SUMTER J. COLLEY.
ix. HELEN BAKER, m. GARFIELD "GAR" ROBINSON.
x. LUCY H. BAKER.
Notes for LUCY H. BAKER:
This may be the child Helen Baker
xi. RICHARD GASTON BAKER, b. 1856; m. (1) HAZY VANOVER; b. November 24, 1857; d. April 21, 1926; m. (2) HAZY VANOVER.
53. SARAH A. "SALLY"7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1842 in Russel Co, Va.. She married (1) AUGUSTINE T. "DOC" JONES, son of LAWRANCE JONES and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN. He was born 1822 in Estill Co, Ky. She married (2) SAMUEL VANOVER. He was born 1811.
Children of SARAH BAKER and AUGUSTINE JONES are:
i. ELIZA J. E.8 JONES, b. 1864; m. RALEIGH DUNCAN STALLARD.
ii. JESSEE L. JONES, b. 1864.
iii. MARY A. JONES, b. 1866.
iv. FRANCES JONES, b. 1867.
v. ROSEABELL JONES, b. 1874.
Child of SARAH BAKER and SAMUEL VANOVER is:
vi. CASSIE ROAN8 VANOVER, m. RALEIGH DUNCAN STALLARD.
54. ELIZA J.7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born 1844 in Russel Co, Va.. She married (1) BEN HUBBARD. She married (2) BROWNLOW LANE, son of UNKNOWN LANE and KATIE ESTEP. She married (3) ROBERT HENDERSON KILGORE.
Children of ELIZA BAKER and BEN HUBBARD are:
70. i. RICHARD AUGUSTUS8 BAKER, b. 1866.
ii. JOSEPH HENDERSON BAKER.
55. RICHARD III7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born February 22, 1846 in Russel Co, Va.. He married NANCY MARGARET GENTRY February 08, 1869, daughter of DAVID GENTRY and DOROTHY GORDAN. She was born June 20, 1846.
Children of RICHARD BAKER and NANCY GENTRY are:
i. JAMES N."JIMMY"8 BAKER, b. 1868, Wise Co, Va; m. FLORENCE J. RIGGS, September 27, 1889; b. 1872.
ii. CALDONIA BAKER.
iii. BRADLEY BAKER.
iv. MERIDY BAKER.
v. IVILL BAKER, m. ADIE FREEMAN.
56. AMERICA7 BAKER (RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) She married BOOKER BASIL "CRIPPLE BASIL" MULLINS January 19, 1854, son of DAVID MULLINS and VIRGINIA SHORTT. He was born 1833.
Children of AMERICA BAKER and BOOKER MULLINS are:
i. JAMES M.8 MULLINS, b. Abt. 1859.
ii. ALEXANDER "ALEX" MULLINS, b. Abt. 1860.
iii. WILLIAM H. MULLINS, b. Abt. 1862.
71. iv. RICHARD GASTON MULLINS, b. Abt. 1864.
v. DAVID F. "DAVE" MULLINS, b. Abt. 1866.
vi. AMANDA M. MULLINS, b. Abt. 1857.
72. vii. REBECCA JANE MULLINS, b. Abt. 1855; d. March 24, 1930.
viii. CHARLOTTE MULLINS, b. Abt. 1868.
Generation No. 8
57. SAMUEL "SAM"8 BAKER (CORNELIUS H."HICK"7, RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born January 1849 in Virginia. He married FRANCIS J. SPEARS.
More About SAMUEL "SAM" BAKER:
Children of SAMUEL BAKER and FRANCIS SPEARS are:
73. i. HICK9 BAKER.
ii. JOHN W. BAKER, m. FRANKIE VANOVER.
iii. CREED BAKER.
iv. IRA BAKER, b. 1868, Johnson Co, Ky; m. MARY JANE BLEVINS, May 22, 1884; b. 1868, Johnson Co, Ky.
v. LESTER BAKER.
vi. GEORGE W. BAKER, b. May 1886.
vii. SOCIA JANE BAKER, b. January 1892.
viii. NANCY M. BAKER, b. January 1896.
58. JAMES MONROE"JIM"8 BAKER (SAMUEL PATRICK7, RICHARD II6, RICHARD I5, ANDREW4, ROBERT3, JOHN2, ANDEREW1) was born July 26, 1857, and died September 27, 1906. He married MARGARET HESTERMANN ROBERSON November 30, 1876, daughter of WILLIAM ROBERSON and MATILDA VANOVER.
Children of JAMES BAKER and MARGARET ROBERSON are:
i. WILLIAM PATRICK9 BAKER, b. September 27, 1877; d. October 05, 1884.
ii. ALMIRA RENFRO BAKER, b. May 17, 1879; d. September 29, 1884.
iii. RHODA CATHERINE BAKER, b. November 15, 1881; d. October 01, 1884.
iv. VATURIA ROEANN BAKER, b. August 03, 1884; d. October 06, 1884.
v. JOHN FLETCHER BAKER, m. ORPHA POWERS.
vi. CLAUDE LUTHER BAKER, m. GRACIE VANOVER.
vii. BERTHA BAKER.
viii. BELVIE LOCKWOOD BAKER, m. CHARLIE POWERS.
ix. SARAH GENOVA BAKER.
x. MARGARET OTELLA BAKER.
xi. SAMUEL PATTON BAKER.
xii. HETTY BAKER.