Oct. 2, 1904 Kickapoo Leavenworth County Kansas, USA
Mrs. Julia Baker of Kickapoo, aged 47 years, died at 9 o'clock Sunday morning of Bright's disease and stomach trouble.
Mrs. Baker had been ailing all summer and had been treated by a number of prominent physicians, but grew steadily worse from the start.
Mrs. Baker was born in the state of New York in 1857, and came with her parents to Kickapoo when but 3 years old, where she had since lived. She raised a family of three children; two sons, Frank and John Baker, and one daughter, Mrs. Katie Miller.
John Spreitzer of Gothenburg, Neb., and Joe Spreitzer of Kickapoo were her brothers, and Mrs. Mary Meyers of near Jarbalo and Mrs. Kate Haag, who lives on Thorn Hill west of Leavenworth, were her sisters. The funeral services were held at the Baptist church Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by Rev. J. S. Davis of Leavenworth after which the remains were laid to rest beside those of her husband, Frank Baker, in Kickapoo cemetery."
The Leavenworth Weekly Times, 6 Oct 1904, Thu, Page 6.