BAKER FAMILY HISTORY AND GENEALOGY

  

COSHOCTON COUNTY OHIO

ESAIAS BAKER

 

 Esaias Baker and my Reason Baker of North Carolina and Madison County, Kentucky have a common ancestor.  We are continuing to look for that family link, anyone that may know who that common ancestor please contact me at the address at the bottom of this page.

    JUDY BAKER YDNA Test #69671  

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John D. Baker 1845 Coshocton Co, OH-1917 Coshocton Co, OH/Charlotte Hawk Newell  
Abednego Baker 1818 Coshocton Co, OH-1885 Coshocton Co, OH/Rachael Baker 1812 Virginia - 1880 Coshocton Co., Ohio

Claypoint Cemetery, Coshocton, Co., OH

                          Abednego Baker Gravesite   Rachael wife of Abednego Gravesite 
Edward Baker 1796 Tyler Co, VA-1852 Coshocton Co, OH/Sarah Weekley        Gravesite 

 

Esaias Baker 1765 Baltimore, MD-1859 Coshocton Co, OH/ -?- buried in the Plainfield Cemetery. 

      Timeline for Abednego and Rachel Baker Coshocton County Ohio by Judy Baker

     The surviving children of John D. and Charlotte Hawk Baker about 1934. From left to right: William Lewis Baker (1866-1950,) Christa Baker Latham, (1876-1943,) Benjamin F. Baker (1874-1936,) and James Riley Baker (1870-1939.)  Photo from the Baker Family Collection, courtesy of Judy Baker.

There were seven children born to John D. and Charlotte Hawk Baker.  The other children were: Edward I. Baker (1868-1913,) Richard M. Baker (1872-1914,) and Ida Bell Baker Bassett (1881-1918.)  In addition, Charlotte had a son by her first marriage, George Edmond Newell (1862-after 1 April 1930.)

      Charlotte Hawk and John D. Baker taken about 1900 in Coshocton Co., Ohio.  From the Baker Family Collection courtesy of Judy Baker

Charlotte Hawk Newell Baker (1842-1916) was the granddaughter of Coshocton County pioneers, Jane Elson and Richard Fowler.  Her parents were Christina Fowler (1820-1915) and William Hawk (about 1815-1843.)  John D. Baker (1846-1917) was the son of Abednego and Rachel Baker Baker and great-grandson of Esaias Baker, another pioneer settler of Coshocton County.

.     Gravesite of Charlotte and John D. Baker in Plainfield Cemetery, Fayette Twp., Coshocton Co., Ohio. Photo courtesy of Judy Baker

    

        

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