|Birth: ||Sep. 1, 1867|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Aug. 12, 1941|
Each member of the Baker family has different views of the home at 203 West Macon Street in Carthage, MO.
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CARTHAGE WEEKLY PRESS
Thursday, week of November 30, 1899
Struck by an Electric Car
H. M. Baker and his son C. E. Baker from Oronogo were driving across Main street at the corner of Fifth, Saturday afternoon, when electric car 42 came whizzing along and frightened the colt they were driving. They were unable to get out of the way of the car in time and the car gathered in the left hind wheel of the vehicle, spilled the two gentlemen out and knocked the headlight off of the car. The horse did not attempt to run, and the gentlemen walked home rubbing their bruises and thanking their stars that it was not more serious. The buggy is still at the side of the street, minus the broken wheel.
Clyde Emerson Baker
Resided 1 mile north of Purcell, Missouri
but died 1 mile west of Purcell, Missouri, Mineral Twnshp
He was a local farmer and had lived in the community for 33 years at the time of his death.
His Missouri Death Certificate reported that the cause of death was heart disease and he was 33 years old at the time of his death.
His wife: Nettie Parkell Baker survived him.
He was buried in Park Cemetery in Carthage under the direction of Hedge-Nelson Funeral Home in Webb City, MO.
The death certificate can be viewed online at Missouri Digital Archives/death certificates online website.
He was the son of Horace Baker and
Sarah E. Whitfield Baker
Both born in New York
Horace Munson Baker (1842 - 1916)
Sarah Elizabeth Whitfield Baker (1840 - 1909)
Annetta Myriam Parkell Baker (1871 - 1962)
Adelaide Baker (1896 - 1899)*
Florence Helen Baker Elliott (1903 - 1994)*
Clyde Emerson Baker (1867 - 1941)
Wesley William Baker (1870 - 1956)*
Horace Durand Baker (1873 - 1956)*
Plot: Bl 5 Lot 4 Sp 3
Created by: NJBrewer
Record added: Oct 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43161571
"In the bad old days, there were three easy ways of losing money - racing being the quickest, women the pleasantest and farming the most certain." - William Pitt Amherst|
Added: Jan. 25, 2011