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Subject: Re: Baker mcmullen
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 18:58:50 -0500
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I posted it to Lisa, she should be able to straighten it out.
I did research for a James Keller of this family, in Minnesota, and he sent me some family data, but not about these Bakers. His ancestor, James Keller, married one of the Baker daughters in Heilwood [Possum's Glory] and he wanted me to find the name of that James' father. It was not in the marriage licenses, and the church records from that period for Cameron's Bottom [St. Patrick's] burned. That James' mother was Martha Keller [unmarried], who later married a Steffey who "adopted" him. Both the Keller family and the Steffey family had four sons in the Civil War. They went West with the Baker family.
From: Elaine Wilkinson <>
Sent: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 08:58:47 -0500
Subject: Baker mcmullen
I have a George Baker 1861-5 Jan 1925 m. Sara C. McMullen 1862-6 Nov 1940
he fits to be Anthony Baker's brother George, does anyone know if this George Baker is the son of Theodore Baker ? Elaine
On Nov 28, 2005, at 9:36 PM, wrote:
> North Cambria News, Friday, November 10, 1911
> DIES IN SOUTH DAKOTA
> Word has been received here this week of the death of Anthony > Baker, who died in DeSmet, S.D., on October 26 [1911.]
> The deceased was a native of Susquehanna township, having been > born about forty-five years ago. He formerly owned a farm at > Plattsville, but disposed of it two years ago, removing his family to > South Dakota. Mr. Baker is survived by his wife, and these children:
> Catherine, and
> These brothers and sisters aso survive:
> George, of Susquehanna township;
> Frank, of South Dakota;
> Malinda Lloyd, of Plattville;
> Mary Ann Lloyd,
> Elizabeth Keller,
> Ben, and
> John, all of Iowa.
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