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Thanks for the info on the Baker reunion. I had the privilege of meeting
Jesse Wilson last year at a family Webb reunion. I plan to attend this one in
June. I can't wait to meet you all there.
Kandy Campbell Fitzpatrick
The Baker reunion is in Clay Co at Possum Trot -- the home of Jess Wilson. I trip to Possum Trot is a treat for all of us!! And the Baker reunion is June 28.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2003 5:47 PM
Subject: Re: Reunion [was Re: [KYCLAY] Stephen Hollen]
So this is for all Baker decentness and it is in Hamilton,
Ohio or is it in clay CO, KY? Boy, did I get confused! where &
when is the reunion?
I have a question about the Boston Bob Baker reunion & the reunion in
Hamilton. I have family from Madison & Clay Co... I still have some in both
areas. I also am a Baker decedent. Is this for all Baker descendants?
Kandy Campbell Fitzpatrick
We would like to announce the change to the reunion planned here in Hamilton,
This reunion is for anyone who had ancestors born in or around the Clay
County, KY area and migrated north (or anywhere else). It was planned for
June of this year but after the Boston Bob Baker event was posted for the
same June 28 day, we decided to change the date. I hope everyone enjoys the
Baker reunion. I think I read it is at Possum Trot?
Then for those of you interested, we hope to see many of you on August 2,
2003, at the Crawford House in Hamilton, OH. Although we hope to find new
cousins when we meet, there is no intended surname. Everyone is invited.
That is wonderful. The name of the book is "In Search of Ice Age
Americans." I will be signing copies at the Clay County Reading Celebration
in Manchester, May 22. If anyone is interested in the event, they can read
about it at
You should be able to get the book at any book store in FL. They may have to
order it if they are out. They sold out in the Cincinnati area after I did a
couple of book signings.
yes Joyce, you and I have spoken about our common bond of beavercreek, and
Taylor plumbing. Stephen Hollen lives in Beavercreek as well. I found this
out when he posted last year that he needed some Clay County dirt for is
story telling. Since I was going to Clay County that next week for Boston Bob
Baker's birthday Bash at Possum Trot ( Jesse Wilsons place) I told Stephen I
would get him some dirt. He sent me his address to mail him the dirt and that
is when we discovered we were both in beavercree. We met at the Lofino's
shopping center and I delivered the "dirt".
Dianne Baker Parkhurst