Jan. 23, 1860 Bacon Hill Saratoga County New York, USA
Apr. 2, 1918 Grangerville Saratoga County New York, USA
He married Mary Elizabeth Vanderwerker November 15, 1882 and had one daughter. His parents were Hosea and Ann Golden Baker. He was a mason, operated a grist mill, a store and was supervisor for the town of Saratoga. He was known for trapping eels in Fish Creek in a special contrapion and then halling the container out with a team of horses. That was in the time when eels migrated back up Fish Creek in large numbers. His father once owned a home where the King family now resides near the 4 corners of Bacon Hill.