|+||384||i.||Harriet6 Baker, born January 13, 1842 in Illinois; died November 04, 1902.|
|385||ii.||John W. Baker, born October 20, 1844; died December 1892 in Stephenson County, Illinois. He married Mary A. Unknown; died Unknown.|
Notes for John W. Baker:|
Co. K 17th Ill. Cal. GAR #98
Notes for Mary A. Unknown:|
Marriage Notes for John Baker and Mary Unknown:|
This could be John W. and Mary unknown
BAKER, JOHN M CRANDALL, MARY A 03/14/1866 / 86 STEPHENSON
|386||iii.||Mary J. Baker, born Abt. 1850; died Bef. August 1892.|
|387||iv.||Charles F. Baker, born 1853; died May 27, 1873 in Silver Creek, Stephenson County, Illinois.|
Notes for Charles F. Baker:|
Freeport Weekly Journal 4 June 1873 pg 8
Charles Baker age 12, the son of Frederick Baker Esq. Silver Creek was kicked by a horse 2 weeks ago last Monday, May 19, 1873 and died from the effects of it last Tuesday evening May 27, 1873. This is a calamity to his family and his friends that will be hard to bear.
His age must be in error here, he is listed in the 1870 census as age 17, he would have been 20 when this accident happened.
|388||v.||Frank G. Baker, born Abt. 1856; died Unknown. He married Callie Burrell May 09, 1877 in Stephenson County, Illinois97; died Unknown.|
Marriage Notes for Frank Baker and Callie Burrell:|
BAKER, FRANK G BURRELL, CALLIE 05/09/1877 / 266 STEPHENSON
|389||vi.||Ida M. Baker, born March 03, 1860; died March 14, 1875 in Silver Creek, Stephenson County, Illinois98.|
Notes for Ida M. Baker:|
Freeport Weekly Journal 24 Aug 1875 pg 5
Ida M. Baker daughter of Frederick after suffering from Thyphoid fever for more than 6 weeks died 1 week ago sabbath morning March 14, 1875. She was an affectionate and beloved child and will be much missed by the family. The funeral was attended from Mr Baker's residence on Monday March 15, 1875 afternoon and notwithstanding the fearful storm was well attended. The Rev. D B. Byers officiated, we also learn that Mrs Baker is seriously ill from the same fever and for the past 4 months there has been one of the family down with the dreadful disease. We are sure this afflicted family have the sympathies of the community in general.
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