Thursday, March 4, 2010

Baker, Henry Harrison

Henry Harrison Baker

Problem: Marriage dates of 7 Mar 1843 and 9 Mar 1843 have been listed.

CENSUS: 1860, in Monroe Co., OH, Center Twp., 393/393 (P.O. Woodsfield), page 54, Sheet 58-59, June 1860
Henry Baker, 36, m. laborer, 260/100, OH
Mary L., 1, f. OH [out of order, There is a 9 year old, Mary, also listed.
Who is this person? REH]
Emily J., 32, f. OH
Vincent, 16, m. OH; Lucinda, 15, f. OH; Samuel, 13, m. OH
Sarah E., 11, f. OH; Mary, 9, f. OH; David, 7, m. OH; William, 5, m. OH
Martin, 2, m. OH
(Furnished by Richard E. Henthorn)

CENSUS: 1870, in Monroe Co., OH, Center Twp., 194-192
Henry H. Baker, 48, OH, farmer; Emily J., 44, OH, keep house
Samuel K., 22, OH, farm labor; Sarah E., 20, OH, help mother
Mary M., 18, OH, help mother; David, 16, OH, farm laborer
William, 14, OH, farm laborer; Jackson, 12, OH, farm laborer
John Westly, 10, OH, farm laborer; Henry J., 7, OH, school
Fanny E., 5, OH; Peter D., 2, OH
(Furnished by Richard E. Henthorn)

EMIGRATION: Monroe Co., OH to Tyler Co., WV, after the 1870 census and before the 1880 census.

Henry Baker an aged well know citizen of Alma, Tyler County, West Virginia died at his home of old age. He was born in Monroe Co., Ohio on 11 Oct 1822. In May 1843, he married Miss H.J. Hall and to this union twelve children were born:

David Baker of Doddridge Co., West Virginia
William Baker of Alma, West Virginia
Jackson Baker of Sancho, West Virginia
John Baker of Josephs Mills, West Virginia
H.J. of Sistersville, West Virginia
Mrs. Sarah Pasco of Alma, West Virginia
Mrs. Mary Twyman of Ritchie Co., West Virginia
Mrs. Fanny Clark of Latrobe, Pennsylvania

These 8 survive Henry.

The deceased was a member of the Christian Church.

Funeral services were held at his late home and conducted by Rev. Sutton, Interment in the Pierpoint Cemetery.
(Source: Tyler County Journal, 6 Aug 1908 - furnished by Valerie Kramer)

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