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The Descendants of John Heywood

RICHARD BAKER

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  • Born January 1, 1809 in Pleasant Valley, Steuben County, New York.
  • Parents were SAMUEL BAKER and ELIZABETH DANIELS.
  • Married FANNIE WHEELER on September 20, 1836 in Steuben County, New York.
  • Settled in Eden Township, Seneca County, Ohio (near Melmore) in 1835.
  • Occupation - Farmer. Was elected Eden Township Trustee, and served in that capacity from 1863-1864.
  • Died February 14, 1889.
  • Both Richard and Fannie are buried in Rock Creek Cemetery, Eden Township, Seneca County, Ohio.


CHILDREN

  1. SILAS WHEELER BAKER, born November 26, 1837, in Seneca County, Ohio. Married DELILAH BROWN on March 6, 1860.
  2. FRANK BAKER, born May 11, 1840 in Melmore, Seneca County, Ohio; died in 1916. Frank was elected Seneca County Prosecutor in 1868 and 1871. He also served as Judge of Circuit Court, Cook County, Illinois for 29 years. Married ELIZA WARNER on November 10, 1870 in London, Madison County, Ohio.
  3. JOB BAKER, born March 27, 1843 in Melmore, Seneca County, Ohio; and died December 13, 1928 in Sycamore Township, Wyandot County, Ohio. Married ELIZA NICHOLS on November 10, 1865 in Wyandot County, Ohio.
  4. GRATTAN HENRY BAKER, born September 15, 1848, probably in Seneca County, Ohio; and died in 1930. Married FRANCIS A. "FRANKE" FLEET on January 4, 1872 in Seneca County, Ohio.
  5. RALPH W. BAKER, born June 7, 1851, probably in Seneca County, Ohio; died May 18, 1911. Married PATIENCE H. GROVES on May 6, 1874 in Seneca County, Ohio.
  6. RICHARD WARD BAKER, born December 25, 1858, probably in Seneca County, Ohio; died in 1932. Buried in Rock Creek Cemetery, Eden Township, Seneca County, Ohio.



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