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Descendants of Moses Baker

Generation No. 4


      10. Michael4 Baker (Moses3, Moses2, Moses1) was born Abt. 1732 in Bertie, North Carolina, and died 1776 in Surry, North Carolina. He married Anna Burge ? Bet. 1750 - 1753 in Surry, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1730 in Bertie, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1790 - 1800 in Fayette, Kentucky.

Notes for Michael Baker:
Michael Baker worked as a shoemaker and a planter. He lived in Edgecombe County on land adjacent to his fathers until 1762, when he sold out and moved to Rowan County, N.C. He and Ann had 10 children. He lived on his land until his death in 1776. He would have been about 45 years old and, given the date, may have been injured and died of wounds received in his participation in the War for Independence. The first battle of the Revolution was fought in North Carolina, and in 1776 there was a skirmish between the Loyalists and Patriots of Rowan and Surry Counties.

Will filed 21 Sep 1776 and recorded August 1777 lists the executors as: my brother Moses Baker, my son Moses Baker, and my son James Baker. After his death and sometime before 1787 his widow Ann Baker and her children (except for Moses who remained in Surry County until his father's estate was settled) moved to Fayette Co., Kentucky.

SURRY CO. NC WILL ABSTRACTS
Pg. 100 (163) (This is a real gem, since Moses Baker is connected to Murphy family, felt compelled to include it). 14 Oct 1794 Anne Baker, James Baker, David Baker, Samuel Jones, Evan Jones, John Baker, Peleg Baker, Joseph Baker, Jonathan Baker, and Joshua Baker (all of State of Ky and heirs and legatees Michael Baker, dec. of NC) appointed our Brother Moses Baker of NC, our lawful Attorney to sell, tract land Surry Co., NC whereon Michael Baker died. Anne, David, Evan Jones, Peleg, James, Samuel
Jones, John and Joseph sign. Town Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky, above letter produced in court and ordered recorded 17 Oct 1794 and 3 year Commonwealth. S/ Levi Todd, C. C. Surry co., NC, Feb. Tenn 1795, above letter Attorney produced in Court and ordered recorded. S/ Jo Williwns, C. C.

Pg. 100 (I 63) 5 Dec. 1794 Moses Baker, Attorney for heirs of Michael Baker, deceased, to Wm. Spilman, 25 lbs. 32 acres water of Forbis Creek adj. John Boren, Bakers Creek; part of 500 acres sold by George Forbis to Michael Baker, 21 May 1765. Wit. Henry Speer and Thomas Speer.
(another deed from Moses Baker as Attorney for heirs of Michael Baker)

More About Michael Baker and Anna ?:
Marriage: Bet. 1750 - 1753, Surry, North Carolina
     
Children of Michael Baker and Anna ? are:
+ 18 i.   Moses5 Baker, born 1754 in Edgecomb, Chowan, North Carolina; died 1844 in Montgomery County, Kentucky.
+ 19 ii.   David Baker, born 1758 in Edgecomb, North Carolina; died 14 Jul 1842 in Fayette, Kentucky.
  20 iii.   Elizabeth Baker, born 1759 in Edgecomb, Chowan, North Carolina; died Unknown. She married Samual Jones; died Unknown.
+ 21 iv.   Margaret Baker, born 1761 in Edgecomb, Chowan, North Carolina; died 1853 in Harrison County, Kentucky.
+ 22 v.   John Baker, born 1763 in Edgecomb, Chowan, North Carolina; died 18 Nov 1842 in Shelby, Indiana.
+ 23 vi.   Peleg Baker, born 23 Jun 1767 in Rowan County, North Carolina; died 1822 in Jennings, Indiana.
  24 vii.   Joseph Baker, born 1768 in Surry, North Carolina; died Unknown.
  25 viii.   Jonathan Baker, born 1770 in Surry, North Carolina; died 1842 in Warren, Kentucky. He married Sally Quisenberry 30 Jun 1797 in Clark County, Kentucky; born 1784 in Fayette County, Virginia; died Unknown in Warren, Kentucky.
  More About Jonathan Baker and Sally Quisenberry:
Marriage: 30 Jun 1797, Clark County, Kentucky

  26 ix.   Joshua Baker, born 1772 in Surry, North Carolina; died Unknown.
+ 27 x.   James Baker, born 1754 in Edgecombe, Chowan, North Carolina; died 1838 in Gallatin, Kentucky.


      11. Moses4 Baker (Moses3, Moses2, Moses1) was born 1734 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1817 in Gallatin, Kentucky. He married Mary Vickers Bet. 1752 - 1753 in Edgecombe, Chowan, North Carolina, daughter of Ralph Vickers and Sarah. She was born Abt. 1735 in Edgecomb, Chowan, North Carolina, and died Unknown.

Notes for Moses Baker:
Occupation: Shoemaker & Planter
Served in the Militia with his father between 1750-1757, commanded by Capt. Soloman Alston, which guarded the southern area of Edgecomb Co.

He moved his family to Fayette County, KY at the same time as the family of deceased brother, Michael.

Member of Marble Creek Baptist Church, Fayette County, Kentucky


More About Moses Baker and Mary Vickers:
Marriage: Bet. 1752 - 1753, Edgecombe, Chowan, North Carolina
     
Children of Moses Baker and Mary Vickers are:
+ 28 i.   Rebecca5 Baker, born Abt. 1778 in North Carolina; died 01 May 1834 in Calloway County, Missouri.
+ 29 ii.   Nathan Baker, born 02 Apr 1754 in Edgecomb, North Carolina; died 23 Dec 1817 in Jessamine, Kentucky.
+ 30 iii.   Charity Baker, born Abt. 1760; died Unknown.
  31 iv.   John Baker, born Abt. 1762; died Unknown.
+ 32 v.   Mary Baker, born Abt. 1772 in Rowan, North Carolina; died 27 Jan 1847 in Boone, Missouri.
+ 33 vi.   Moses Baker, born Abt. 1767; died Unknown.
+ 34 vii.   Joshua Baker, born Abt. 1765; died 1816 in Gallatin County, Kentucky.
  35 viii.   Elizabeth Baker, born Abt. 1769; died Unknown. She married James Fryer; died Unknown.
  Notes for Elizabeth Baker:
Being devout Christians of the Baptist faith, Moses and his relatives lost no time in joining a church. On June 15, 1787, the Marble Creek Church of Fayette County, Kentucky was organized. James Fryer and Martin Stafford, husbands of two of Moses Baker's daughters, were among the charter members. In 1788, these Bakers joined the church: Moses Baker Sr., Moses Baker Jr., John Baker - son of Moses Baker, John Baker and his wife Haley - one of the sons of Michael Baker, Joseph Baker and Peleg Baker - also sons of Michael and David Baker. The wives of those who were married also joined the church. (History of Marble Creek Church.)

  36 ix.   Jesse Baker, born 28 Dec 1774 in North Carolina; died 18 Jul 1849 in Oldham, Kentucky. He married Elizabeth Quicksill 21 Feb 1799 in Shelby, Kentucky; born 15 Apr 1782 in Crosswicks, New Jersey; died Unknown.
  More About Jesse Baker and Elizabeth Quicksill:
Marriage: 21 Feb 1799, Shelby, Kentucky



      12. Aaron4 Baker (Moses3, Moses2, Moses1) was born Bet. 1737 - 1740 in Bertie Precinct, North Carolina, and died 1782. He married Martha Jameson 1763. She was born in Edgecomb, North Carolina, and died 1769.

Notes for Aaron Baker:
About 1763, Martha Jameson married Aaron Baker, who in April of 1765 was appointed the guardian of David, James, and "Jane" Jameson. She and Aaron Baker maintained their guardianship and "trust" of Dr. John Jameson's estate until February of 1769, when Martha Jameson Baker died. At that year Thomas Williams was made guardian of the three children of John and Martha Jameson until at least 1773. After that the children appeared in various order accountable unto themselves. While married to Aaron Baker the two made the following deeds. In April of 1768, Micajah Andrews made an agreement with Aaron Baker to divide the lands that Andrews obtained in a judgment for his wife, Elizabeth Jameson Andrews, daughter of John Jameson. Baker was then residing on Dr. Jameson's plantation, claimed under his wife's name, Martha Jameson, wife of Dr. John Jameson, under her right of Dower. The farm consisted of 175 acres on the south side of Tar River and Baker gave up his right to two tracts of this known as Poke Island and Walnut Creek. On August 11, 1768, Aaron and Martha Baker of Edgecombe co., sold to Samuel Ruffin of Edgecombe co., NC., all rights to several tracts of land belonging to Dr. John Jameson. This included the 175 acre tract which Andrews conveyed to Baker April 25, 1768 and several other tracts as well. On May 15, 1769, Andrews and his wife, Elizabeth, sold to Samuel Ruffin of Edgecombe county two tracts south of Tar River and just below Sherwood Haywood's property amounting to about 714 acres, this being most of Dr. Jameson's previous plantation, plus another 365 acres along Walnut Creek. Samuel Ruffin sold these two parcels(714 & 365 acres) on May 24, 1769 to Robert Gray of Edgecombe co., NC.

Aaron Baker resided in Edgecombe co., NC. until 1771 at which time it appears he removed to the George town District in South Carolina. Along with him went David, James, and Jane Jameson as well and they along with Baker's own children remained at the plantation situated between the Big Pedee and the Little Pedee Rivers just outside and northwest of Kingston Township. On October 15, 1777, Baker purchased a 500 acre tract from Thomas and Sarah Williams of Cheraw District, Anson co., NC. but seems to have kept the George town resident none-the-less. Mr. Baker died March of 1782 and the inventory of his estate was handled by David Jameson and auction by Jonathan Jackson, Sheriff of Anson co., NC. In a later sale performed January 28, 1784, the estate sold one "negro woman" to James Jameson of Anson co., NC. Baker was probably a brother of? Moses Baker of Edgecombe co., NC. who died around October of 1786. His 1781 will lists sons: Michael, Moses, Aaron, Thomas, Joshua, Jesse, and daughters Ann, wife of Ralph Vickers, and Mary, widow of Micajah Stinson.

Notes for Martha Jameson:
Dr. Jameson owned extensive land within Bertie and Edgecombe Counties. After his death his daughter Elizabeth inherited all the lands and plantation on which widow Martha Jameson continued to live with her second husband Aaron Baker. Aaron Baker became guardian to the minor children David, James and Jenny; he filed his last guardianship account with court in Feb. 1769. At the same time another neighbor Thomas Williams was appointed their guardian until at least 1773.

His daughter Elizabeth Jameson married Micajah Andrews 26 Jan 1763. She and her husband Micajah Andrews sold all the lands containg 1079 acres on May 15, 1769 to Samuel Ruffin of Edgecombe Co., N.C. -- 765 acres whichwere located on the south bank of the Tar River., and 365 acres on south side of Tar River on Walnut Creek. This sale did not include the manor plantation of 175 acres which widow Martha Jameson and second husband Aaron Baker lived. This land was claimed as her right of dower by the widow and Baker in an agreement with Micajah Andrews and Elizabeth in Apr 1768. Baker had given up his right to two tracts, one known as the Poke Island tract and the other as the Walnut Creek tract. This was witnessed by a James Raley, and a Samuel Longbottom. Samuel Ruffin later sold the 714 acre tract to a Robert Gray, May 24 1769. The 365 acre tract was also sold to Robert Gray on the same day.

More About Aaron Baker and Martha Jameson:
Marriage: 1763
     
Child of Aaron Baker and Martha Jameson is:
  37 i.   Elizabeth5 Baker, died Unknown.


      13. Thomas4 Baker (Moses3, Moses2, Moses1) was born Bet. 1740 - 1743 in Bertie Precinct, North Carolina, and died Unknown. He married Penelope Williams 12 Jan 1763 in Edgecombe County, South Carolina. She died Unknown.

Notes for Thomas Baker:
Revolutionary soldier, enlisted Feb 14 1777, for his services he received 100 acres of land in Washington Co TN, which later was part of Ashe Co NC

Moved to Rowan Co., N.C. in 1763 with his brother, Michael. In 1785 they were living in South Carolina.

More About Thomas Baker and Penelope Williams:
Marriage: 12 Jan 1763, Edgecombe County, South Carolina
     
Children of Thomas Baker and Penelope Williams are:
  38 i.   Thomas5 Baker, Jr., died Unknown. He married Molly; died Unknown.
  39 ii.   John Baker, died Unknown.
  40 iii.   Jonathan Baker, died Unknown.
  41 iv.   Hiram Baker, died Unknown.
  42 v.   James Baker, died Unknown.
  43 vi.   Samuel Baker, died Unknown.
  44 vii.   Soloman Baker, died Unknown.


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