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101 1850 baker census 
Catherine Baker
102 1860 baker census 
Catherine Baker
103 1870 Census 
Catherine Baker
104 brethren6a 
Catherine Baker
105 brethren6b 
Catherine Baker
106 brethren8b 
Catherine Baker
107 One Who Served 
Catherine Baker
108 1850 baker census 
Christian Baker
109 1850 baker census 
Christina Baker
110 1870 Census 
Christina Baker
111 Died around age five. Cora E. Baker
112 Was 66 when he and Flora C. migrated to McNairy Co TN in 1871.
Pauline Hamilton Baker said: "Daniel and Flora lost 3 sons in the war and
their oldest daughter along about the same time. The whole countryside
was ravaged by war--Sherman went through laying waste to the whole
countryside. And to
make matters worse, the "carpetbaggers" followed. In some of Uncle
Wilfred's notes he says his grandfather came to TN hoping to regain his
fortune but failed in the attempt. -Genji Bailey 
Daniel Baker
113 Served in NC Co. 191, CSA Daniel Malcolm Baker
114 1850 baker census 
David Baker
115 1860 baker census 
David Baker
116 1870 baker census 
David Baker
117 1870 Census 
David Baker
118 Signed quitclaim deed giving Flora his share of Malcolm (1)'s estate
in Moore Co. NC on 22nd of November, 1852 in McNairy co TN. Migrated to
McNairy Co TN around 1830. Bought 140 acres from Arch DeBow on 28th of
February, 1832. -Genji Bailey 
Duncan Baker
119 1850 baker census 
Elizabeth Baker
120 1870 Census 
Elizabeth Baker
121 baker 1850 census 
Elizabeth D Baker
122 baker 1850 census 
Ephraim E Baker
123 Baker's Store 
Ephraim E Baker
124 Baker's Store is located on Back Rd. in the center of Mt. Olive. It was opened in October of 1860 by Ephraim Baker the uncle of William J. Keller, Jr., ("Bill Jake"). During Bill Jake's lifetime, the store, with the Post Office, was operated by his uncle, William H. Baker. This was a community "gathering-place," and a favorite hang ľout for Bill Jake, who often ate his lunch there and swapped tales with his friends. Ephraim E Baker
125 1850 baker census 
George Baker
126 CSA: Member of 7th Virginia Cavalry [Ashby] Compamy K. Enlisted Aug. 1, 1861 at Orkney Springs, Va. Using W. E. Price's horse. George Baker
127 George Baker PVT 
George Baker
128 baker 1850 census 
George W Baker
129 baker 1850 census 
Henry Baker
130 Served in NC 30th H, CSA Died of wounds received in the Battle of
Sand Mountain near Fredrick City, MD 
Henry Clay Baker
131 baker 1850 census 
Henry W Baker
132 1850 baker census 
John Baker
133 John Baker 
John Baker
134 John Baker son Richard Baker Jr. 
John Baker
135 Died in the Battle of Culpepper Court House, VA. Was a Presb.
John Calvin Baker
136 Johnnie was a descendent of Flora Ann Baker. Lived in Red River
County before she died. 
Johnnie Tisdale Baker
137 baker 1850 census 
Jonas Baker
138 1870 Census 
Jonathan Baker
139 baker 1850 census 
Joseph Baker
140 fishers hill cemetery 
Joseph Baker
141 joseph baker 1830 
Joseph Baker
142 1870 baker census 
Julia E Baker
143 1850 baker census 
Julianna Baker
144 1860 baker census 
Julianna Baker
145 1870 baker census 
Julianna Baker
146 1860 baker census 
Leannah Baker
147 1870 baker census 
Leannah Baker
148 BOWERS 1885 Poweshiek Sheridan 
Leannah Baker
149 baker 1850 census 
Levi Baker
150 baker 1850 census 
Lewis Baker

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