U.S. and International Marriage Records 1560-1900, shows that Cassandra Evans married Zebediah Baker in 1769.
Source: Historical Collections of Harrison County written by Hanna in the year 1900.
Cassandra Evans was the wife of Zebediah Baker. She was born in Maryland. They were part of nine members in the first church class in this vicinity organized by Rev. James B. Finley, the pioneer of Ohio Methodism. In the 1850 census in Harrison County, Ohio, Zebediah's son Otho Baker born in 1781 reported that he was born in Maryland. Zebediah, (sometimes spelled Zebedee) and Cassandra (Evans)Baker and John and Margaret Baker were listed as some of the first members of Bethel Church organized around 1818.
When a reading of the graves was made around 1890 many headstones in the old part of the cemetery had crumbled until the dates were lost. A search made in 1981 and again in 1998 confirmed that many stones were not readable, sunk into the ground, or no longer there.