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Lucy Anne Bryant Baker
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Birth: May 12, 1827
Pulaski County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Mar. 26, 1912
Grundy County
Missouri, USA

Lucy Anne Bryant was born on May 12, 1827, in what was known at that time as Point Isabel, Pulaski County, Kentucky. The name of that town was later changed to Burnside, Kentucky, and remains so to this day.

She was the daughter of Jesse Bryant (b. 1805 in Kentucky) and Jane Smith (b. 1804 in Kentucky). She was also their first born child. Her parents were also married in Point Isabel, Kentucky (now Burnside) on Sep. 26, 1826.

Lucy was married on June 9, 1844, in Point Isabel (now Burnside), Pulaski County, Kentucky to George Washington Baker. They remained married to one another for nearly 54 years until George's death in February of 1908.

Together they produced eight children.

Lucy passed away on March 28, 1912, in Spickard, Grundy County, Missouri and she was buried in the Spickard Masonic Cemetery, in Grundy County, Missouri, beside her husband.

Bio by Kelly Greer

The following comes from a letter written by one of Lucy's grandchildren by the name of Maude (Baker) Grim:

"I have never heard what sort of family Geo. had but Grandma Lucy had one brother" (she actually had 5 brothers), "I know, I seen him, Sam Bryant by name. I treasure the memory knowing my grandparents. Grandpa Geo. was a heavy set man. Will's size. Very religious man. My dad Jim and Geo. run a flour mill at Spickard for years. Grandma Lucy was a tall woman somewhat afflicted in her neck & shoulder. Never went out in public much. Could not write. Very good cook. Terribly good hearted. I can always remember honey was always on the table, they always kept cows & chickens & lots of fruit. What I can remember us kids always went to grandpa Geo. to get our teeth pulled. I feel they were two of the finest people I have ever known & I so appreciate having known them."

 (bio by: Larry G. Flesher) 
Family links: 
  George Washington Baker (1818 - 1908)*
  William Sherman Baker (1845 - 1863)*
  Polly Jane Baker Hedrix (1847 - 1941)*
  Mary Ann Baker Tillery (1851 - 1872)*
  James Harvey Baker (1866 - 1952)*
*Calculated relationship
Spickard Masonic Cemetery
Grundy County
Missouri, USA
Maintained by: kelly greer
Originally Created by: Larry G. Flesher
Record added: Sep 21, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9490851
Lucy Anne <i>Bryant</i> Baker
Added by: kelly greer
Lucy Anne <i>Bryant</i> Baker
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