|Birth: ||Aug. 31, 1808|
|Death: ||Sep. 16, 1863|
Believed to be the son of Jacob and Betsy (Trimmel) Baker
h/o (m.1) Nellie Jane McGriff (m. March 22, 1832 in Darke County, Ohio)
f/o 7 known children: Van Baker, John M. Baker, Martin Baker, Richard Baker, Jacob Baker, Evin Daniel Baker, and Elnora Ellen Baker
h/o (m.2) Harriet Evans (March 1, 1855, Darke County, Ohio)
EVIN BAKER, deceased; was born in Rockingham Co., Va., in 1808; died 1863; a resident of this county nearly all his life; was identified with most of the public improvements of the county; was elected to the Legislature in 1854 (Between 1854 - 1856, he served the Ohio House of Representatives), and was the author of the Ohio ditch laws, and at the time of his death had a large law practice. He was President of the Richmond & Covington Railroad; for the location of which through Greenville he had labored long and earnestly.
[The History of Darke County, Ohio; by W.H. McIntosh, W.H. Beers & Co; Chicago, W.H.Beers & Co., 1880; page 661]
a.) 1850 United States Federal Census, Butler Twp., Darke County, Ohio - Evan Baker, age 38.
b.) 1860 United States Federal Census, Greenville, Darke, Ohio - Evin Baker, age 51.
Nellie Jane McGriff Baker (1812 - 1854)
Van Buren Baker (1835 - 1920)*
Same stone as Jane Baker
Aged 55y, 16d
Note: Birth date calculated using death date and age
Created by: genealogyfever
Record added: Nov 24, 2006
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