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Does anyone have any connections with this line of Bakers?
Descendants of Franklin Baker
1 Franklin Baker b: 1824 in Clayton Co., Iowa
.. +Unknown Mead b: 1828 in Clayton Co. Iowa
..... 2 William E. Baker b: June 30, 1850 in Cherryvale, Montgomery,
Kansas d: May 27, 1921 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, Kansas
......... +Isabel Robertson b: July 09, 1852 in Clayton Co. Iowa d: March
09, 1922 in Cherryvale, Montgomery, Kansas
............ 3 Litchfield Baker b: May 24, 1875 in Clayton Co. Iowa d:
1937 in Independence, Ks. Burial: Independence, Ks.
................ +Hattie May Johnson b: November 12, 1879 in Catabwa,Mo. m:
March 19, 1899 in Fredonia, Kansas d: August 1969 in Lawrence,Ks. Burial:
Monticello Cemetary, Kansas
............ 3 Linnie Baker b: 1877 in Iowa
............ 3 Minnie Baker b: January 25, 1878 in Iowa d: January 23,
............ 3 Ida Bell Baker b: April 13, 1882 in Fallriver, Greenwood,
Kansas d: January 30, 1949
............ 3 Melissa Baker b: September 13, 1882 in Humestown, Wayne,
Iowa d: January 05, 1963 in Chanute, Neasho, Kansas Burial: January 08,
1963 Chanute, Neasho, Kansas
............ 3 Cordian Ray Baker b: June 06, 1886 in MNew Albany, Elk,
Kansas d: August 15, 1951
............ 3 Orange Frank Baker b: September 19, 1890 in New Albany,
Elk, Kansas d: November 15, 1974
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