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Nancy Fletcher "Nannie" Duncan Baker
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Birth: Mar. 26, 1865
Callaway County
Missouri, USA
Death: May 5, 1951
Callaway County
Missouri, USA

Nancy Fletcher "Nannie" Duncan Baker, was 8th child of John & Nancy J. Loyd Duncan. She married Edwin West Baker on 11 Sep 1889. They had the following children (in birth order): Fred Nimrod Baker; Benjamin Kelly Baker (m: Nellie Mae Smith); Richard Madison Baker (m: Dorothy Delle Fenley).
 
 
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 Parents:
  John Duncan (1807 - 1866)
  Nancy J. Loyd Duncan (1824 - 1898)
 
 Spouse:
  Edwin West Baker (1847 - 1934)*
 
 Children:
  Fred Nim Baker (1891 - 1918)*
  Benjamin "Kelly" Baker (1894 - 1970)*
 
 Siblings:
  Everline Duncan Bruner (1832 - 1916)**
  George Thomas Duncan (1835 - 1897)**
  Angeline Duncan Coons (1837 - 1909)**
  Joseph William Duncan (1841 - 1917)**
  Anna Amanda Duncan Coons (1842 - 1921)**
  Mary Ellen Duncan Sheets (1844 - 1910)**
  John Duncan (1848 - 1896)*
  Hiram J. Duncan (1850 - 1886)*
  Sarah Jane Duncan Hubbard (1851 - 1926)*
  Solomon Kelly Duncan (1853 - 1941)*
  Susan Duncan (1855 - 1864)*
  Nimrod Norton Duncan (1858 - 1924)*
  Richard Benjamin Duncan (1860 - 1939)*
  Nancy Fletcher Duncan Baker (1865 - 1951)
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Millersburg Cemetery
Millersburg
Callaway County
Missouri, USA
Plot: 823
 
Created by: Judy (Cook) Penley
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46705252
Nancy Fletcher Nannie <i>Duncan</i> Baker
Added by: Judy (Cook) Penley
 
 
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 Added: Nov. 9, 2014

- Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri
 Added: Aug. 18, 2012
 
 
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