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The Home Page of Richard C. Baker, Jr.

Updated July 21, 2013

Richard Carswell Baker, Jr.
141 Eileen Dr.
Pleasanton, Texas 78064
A-United States
rbakerbtcm@aol.com

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My Family History

 

Family Photos

  • Nancy Averilla (Barton) McCarty (23 KB)
    Nancy Averilla (Barton) McCarty is a daughter of Zilpha (Baker) Barton. Provided by Carl J. Barton AOCM USN.
  • Green Berry Baker (94 KB)
    Green Berry Baker and his wife Frances Ann "Fannie" (Dickey) Stokes Baker. About 1880.
  • Lemuel Carrol Barton (138 KB)
    Lemuel Carrol Barton and his fourth wife Sallie Elizabeth Griffith Barton. Lemuel was a son of Zilpha (Baker) Barton. Provided by Carl J. Barton AOCM USN.
  • Pickney Andrew Barton (23 KB)
    Pickney Andrew Barton is a son of Manelius Oliver Barton. Some have his name as Andrew Pinkney Barton. Provided by Carl J. Barton AOCM USN.
  • The Wright Casno "Babe" Baker Family (156 KB)
    Wright Casno "Babe" Baker and his wife Carrie Calodonia "Callie" (Gilbreath) Baker. Youngest child is Richard Carswell "Carvel" Baker, Sr. Oldest child is James Casno Baker. About 1909.
  • The George Rufus Stracener Family (42 KB)
    Left to right; Emmett Aden, Early Nolen, George Rufus, Mary Erma Audrey, Harriett Elizabeth Launa (Martin), and Henry Marshel. Submitted by Mrs. Myrna Louise Jones
  • Lou Ellen (Baker) Jones (94 KB)
    This is a picture of Lou Ellen (Baker) Jones and her husband Daniel Tucker Jones. She was the youngest child of William P. Baker and Ellender (Couch) Baker. Provided by Mrs. Billie Ruth (Baker) Miller.
  • Mary Elizabeth (Barton) Bailey (31 KB)
    Mary Elizabeth (Barton) Bailey is a daughter of Manelius Oliver Barton. Provided by Carl J. Barton AOCM USN.
  • Mary Ann (Baker) Tomlinson (64 KB)
    Mary Ann (Baker) Tomlinson and her husband James Tomlinson. About 1901.
  • Joseph "Joe" Conn Baker (5 KB)
    This is a son of John Anderson Baker. This picture was provided by Billy Jack Baker.
  • Martha F. (Seale) Baker (88 KB)
    She was the wife of Robert Paine Baker, a son of William P. Baker and Ellender (Couch) Baker. Provided by Mrs. Billie Ruth (Baker) Miller.
  • William Pinckney Barton (24 KB)
    William Pinckney Barton and his wife Mary Sevina (Mayberry) Barton. William is a son of Manelius Oliver Barton. His middle name may be spelled Pinkney. Provided by Carl J. Barton AOCM USN.
  • Joseph Crawford Baker, II (73 KB)
    Joseph Crawford Baker, II and his wife on his left Susan L. (Baker) Baker. The women on his right is his oldest sister Mary Ann Baker. The child is Grover Cleveland Baker. About 1894.
  • The James Alexander "Alex" Baker Family (14 KB)
    L to R - Fannie Mae, Pearlie Ida (Phillips), Joseph "Joe" A., John Jay Van, & James Alexander "Alex" Baker. This picture was submitted by Billy Jack Baker.
  • Mary "Mollie" Virginia (Baker) Ray (103 KB)
    She was the wife of Jeff D. Ray and the daughter of Robert Paine Baker and Martha F. (Seale) Baker. Provided by Mrs. Billie Ruth (Baker) Miller.
  • The William Lightfoot Gulley Family (96 KB)
    Front row from left to right: Nancy Ellen (Gulley) Ballard, William Lightfoot Gulley, Laura Ann (Boyd) Gulley, baby Ola Cora (Gulley) Shull, twins Mary E. (Gulley) Stracener and Charles Andrew Gulley, Edna Mae (Gulley) Price, Laura Mae (Gulley) Miller, Edgar Herman Gulley, John Albert Gulley. Back row from left to right: Jannie Lucy Gulley, Luther Columbus Gulley, Robert E. Gulley. About 1910.
  • Marth Neelyanna "Neely" (Baker) Rentz (92 KB)
    Martha Neelyanna "Neely" (Baker) Rentz. About 1892.
  • A McInnis School Picture (89 KB)
    This is a picture of the McInnis School students taken about 1916. Back row right to left; Bertie Lee Baker, Ella Francis Baker, Cora B. Baker and Cordie C. Baker. Boy in middle holding sign is Lee Phelps. Bottom row left to right; John Jay Van Baker and his brother Joseph "Joe" A. Baker. Can you identify any of the other children? If so, be sure and send me an e-mail. Submitted by Billy Jack Baker.
  • James William Baker (127 KB)
    He was a son of Robert Paine Baker and Martha F. (Seale) Baker. Provided by Mrs. Billie Ruth (Baker) Miller.
  • The John Calvin Stracener Family (187 KB)
    Seated from left to right: Sarah Aletha Ann "Anne" (Karnes) Stracener, John Calvin Stracener. Child in front: George Wesley Stracener Child in middle: Eunice Pnolo Irene Stracener Back row from left to right: Calvin Thomas "Tom" Stracener, Harriette Elizabeth Stracener, Jesse Edgar Stracener, Alias Bonapart "Bony" Stracener. About 1913.
  • Olander "Lan" Baker (109 KB)
    Olander "Lan" Baker. About 1900.
  • William Columbus "Buck" Baker (58 KB)
    William Columbus "Buck" Baker is a son of Anderson G. Baker and Emily M. (Williams) Baker. Photo donated by Joyce Marie (Moses)Farr.
  • Lina "Linnie" Aramintha (Baker) Strahan (77 KB)
    This is a picture of Lina "Linnie" Aramintha (Baker) Strahan and her husband James D. Strahan. Linnie was a daughter of James William Baker and Georgia Ann (McGuire) Baker. Provided by Mrs. Billie Ruth (Baker) Miller.
  • Harriette Elizabeth (Stracener) Gulley Foreman (51 KB)
    Harriette Elizabeth Stracener. About 1912.
  • The Richard Green Baker Family (103 KB)
    Richard Green Baker and his wife Malissa Abbie Etta (Baker) Baker. Their children from left to right are Edward Baker, Elmer Baker, and Oscar Baker. About 1903.
  • The Anderson G. Baker Family (211 KB)
    This is a picture of Anderson G. Baker's family. Seated - Left to Right: Emiley (Williams) Baker; Anderson G. Baker. Standing - left to Right: Tishia; Minnie; Ellen; Ophelia; Georgia. About 1900.
  • Neeley Jay (Baker) Bell (114 KB)
    Neeley Jay (Baker) Bell, her husband Leroy Autry Bell, and their first child Bernice Lee Bell. About 1920.
  • The Kenchen King "Kay" Stokes, Jr. Family (116 KB)
    Kenchen King "Kay" Stokes, Jr. and his wife Emmeretta "Emma" Jane Seale. Their children from left to right are Alice Cleora Stokes, Lucie Olander Stokes, Brown Henry Stokes, and Oscar Dee Stokes. Kay Stokes was Frances Ann "Fannie" (Dickey) Stokes Baker's son by her first marriage to Kenchen King Stokes, Sr. About 1899.
  • Georia Ann (McGuire) Baker and Children (37 KB)
    Georgia Ann (McGuire) Baker, the wife of James William Baker. This is a picture of her and some of her children. Taken about 1903. Back row L to R: Lucy 10, Ethel 12; Hattie 8 Center: Mother Georgia Ann (McGuire) Baker Front row L to R: Frank; Baby Callen Wm.; Elizabeth 3. Provided by Mrs. Billie Ruth (Baker) Miller.
  • Neely Kay (Tomlinson) Adams (102 KB)
    Neely Kay (Tomlinson) Adams and her husband Benjamin Alfred Adams. About 1928.
  • Zilpha (Baker) Barton (20 KB)
    Zilpha (Baker) Barton. Provided by Carl J. Barton AOCM USN.
  • Joseph C. and Martha Ophelia (Baker) Clark (98 KB)
    This is a picture of Joseph C. Clark and his wife Martha Ophelia Baker taken about 1946. This picture was submitted by Nellie McFarland Sykes.
  • Grover Cleveland Baker and Nancy Jane Baker (92 KB)
    Grover Cleveland Baker and his sister Nancy Jane (Baker) Sewell Womack. About 1910.
  • Harriet Matilda (Howard) Stracener (135 KB)
    Harriet Matilda (Howard) Stracener was the wife of William Henry Stracener and the daughter of John H. Howard and Sarah Gage Burleson. Submitted by Mrs. Myrna Louise Jones.
 

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Related Files

  • Service Record Notes of William P. Baker, Jr. (1 KB)
    The service record notes of Private W. P. Baker in the 1st. Regiment Texas Partisans CSA (Company E, 30th Texas Cavalry) in the war of rebellion for the independence of the Confederate States of America.
  • Service Record Notes of Robert P. Baker (1 KB)
    The service record notes of Robert P. Baker in Company G, 33rd Texas Cavalry CSA in the war of rebellion for the independence of the Confederate States of America.
  • Service Record Notes of Richard Baker (1 KB)
    The service record notes of Richard Baker in Company I, 13th Texas Cavalry CSA in the war of rebellion for the independence of the Confederate States of America.
  • Some Barton Stories (12 KB)
    These stories were sent to me by Master Chief Carl Barton, USN. They are well worth the time it takes to read them. I often wonder why folks would live so far from civilization, especially in Indian country. Zilpha (Baker) Barton lost her husband to robbers. She lost four sons, a daughter-in-law, and at least two grandchildren to the Indians. Their stories are told in this file.
  • A Letter to Benjamin F. Stracener (4 KB)
    This letter was written to Benjamin on 11 June 1862. There were three letters written on one piece of paper and they are from his sister Nancy Stracener, his mother Susannah A. (Knight) Stracener, and his sister-in-law Ealine L. (Sims) Stracener. I have typed it as it was written. It was sad times for them in those days as you will see.
  • Service Record Notes of Joseph Crawford Baker (2 KB)
    The service record notes of Joseph Baker in Company I, 13th Texas Cavalry CSA and Company G, 33rd Texas Cavalry CSA in the war of rebellion for the independence of the Confederate States of America.
  • A Short History of the Straceners (14 KB)
    This short history of the Straceners was sent to me by Louise (Stracener) Payne. It deals with the spelling of the name and their migration west in the 1800s. If you are a Stracener descendant, you will enjoy this file.
  • Service Record Notes of Green Berry Baker (1 KB)
    The service record notes of Green B.(G. B.) Baker in Company I, 13th Texas Cavalry CSA in the war of rebellion for the independence of the Confederate States of America.
  • HOW TO READ A GENEALOGY REPORT (2 KB)
    This file will help you to read and understand the Genealogy Reports listed above.
  • Two Pendleton Dist., SC Court Records (7 KB)
    These two records concern Elizabeth Baker the widow of William Baker. The first is a citation where Rueben Baker and others are trying to recover money from William's estate. Mentioned in this record are William, Alexander, Zilpha and Rueben Baker. This document proves that Alexander did not die in infancy as was supposed. The second document is where Elizabeth is drawing money from the estate for the care of three of her and William's minor children, Rebecca, Nancy and Mahala. Note the last entry, formaly Elizabeth Baker. She had apparently married Wm. M. Nimmons by this date. The blank spaces could not be read.
  • Service Record Notes of Kenchen King Stokes, Sr. (2 KB)
    The service record notes of Corporal K. K. Stokes in Company I, 13th Texas Cavalry CSA in the war of rebellion for the independence of the Confederate States of America.
  • Service Record Notes of John A. Baker (1 KB)
    The service record notes of Private John A. Baker in Company G, 24th Texas Cavalry CSA in the war of rebellion for the independence of the Confederate States of America.
 

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