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The history and descendants of (William) Martin Baker and his wife Sarah M. Cook

Elmer R. Nelson
Nelson, Elmer R. (Main Author)
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English
Chatsworth, California : E.R. Nelson, 1999
iii, 88 p.

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William Martin Baker, son of Hiram and Lucinda Baker, was born May 1, 1836 in Grainger County, Tennessee. He married Sarah M. Cook about 1860 and settled in Union County, Tennessee. He died April 21, 1909, in Pratt County, Kansas. Descendants have lived primarily in Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Michigan, California, Washington, Idaho and elsewhere.

Includes Baker, McGraw, Adams, Archer, Bailey, Berry, Cunningham, Greenstreet, Lake, Martin, Mayberry, Rice, Sanders, Shepard, Shriver, Utt, Widows, Wilson and other related families.

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