|linda holmes (#47499349)|
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|Chuck Metcalfe||RE: Devoloson Reed|
You are very welcome, happy to be of some assistance.
|rosie mcnaughton||RE: remember baker|
These pictures are from my cousin's family tree. She is the great granddaughter of Inez Eldora Baker and Pinkney Porter Smith. The first picture is, I believe, of the first grist mill built by Remember in Arlington, VT. The second is the Catamount Tavern where the Green Mtn. Boys met. There is an article on Wikipedia about it. Says it was in Old Bennington, BT. I think there is only a plaque there now. The picture that says ROXBURY is in Roxbury, CT. I think the plaque to Remember Baker is in Arlington, VT. I have a memorial to Remember I, #102752771. Remember III has been added by someone else...#36315601.
|Theresa Caparco||Mary Baker's|
Hello, I sent a pic of Mary Jane Baker to you already. However, I wanted you to know that there are 2 other Mary Baker's within the Large Baker Lot. Along with a wide-shot pic of this Large Baker Lot if you would like.
Theresa Knowles-Northup Caparco.
"The Headstone Hunter"
|Donna Mullen McCaffery||Baker Cemetery|
I fulfilled your request for Stephen Baker and added memorials and photos for the only others in this cemetery not listed here. They are Ellen Baker and Florence Baker Pierce. I have no info about them. This completes all burials in this cemetery.
I have been looking for a Patrick Baker (1831 - ?) He married Mary Mullen (O'Mullen) (1835 - 1881) Census records have him living in Ward, Allegany Co from 1870 - 1900. His wife Mary is buried in the Elm Valley Cemetery in Andover, NY along with sons John and Edward. They had other children, John Charles, Elizabeth, Catherine, Mary Ann and Archibald.
Do you have any info on this Patrick Baker.
Thanks for any help you may have. Donna Mullen McCaffery
|Thomas A Hawkins||James Baker-Collins Ctr Rural Cem|
I have transfered James memorial to capable & loving hands :o)
Thank you for joining the Findagrave family & good luck in all your searches.
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