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HELP! immigrant flag male ancestor  John  BAKER

  (b. abt. 1830 Ireland   d. 21 May 1898 Warwick, Rhode Island, USA )  

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John BAKER was born abt. 1830 in Ireland. John BAKER was the child of ?   and   ?

John was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1867.

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

John  married  Jane DAVIS .  The couple had (at least) 9 children. Jane DAVIS  was born abt. 1844 in Ireland.  Jane died abt. 1898 in Rhode Island, USA. 

John BAKER died 21 May 1898 in Warwick, Rhode Island, USA .

Occupation: farm hand, laborer



Appears to have been born somewhere in Southern Ireland (in the area that would become the Irish Free State in 1922).

Note on an old pictures mentions the word "Carney". Could that be Carney, County Sligo, Ireland? Or does that refer to Carney’s Island in Warwick, RI/ Apponaug?

Could he possibly be from Killygordon, Co. Donegal, Ireland? (Long shot)

NEED M - RI?

NOTE: Neither John nor Jane appear to be living in Sutton in 1865 according to the 1865 Massachusetts Census records.

Related? American Civil War Soldiers
Name: John Baker ,
Residence: Sutton, Massachusetts
Occupation: Shoemaker
Enlistment Date: 15 February 1864
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Massachusetts
Unit Numbers: 969 969
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 15 February 1864 at the age of 22
Enlisted in Company F, 57th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 18 February 1864.
Deserted Company F, 57th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 16 April 1864 in Worcester, MA
Height: 5'47.5 "
Eye Color: blue
Hair Color: dark
Complexion: dark


OR RELATED?
Name: John B Baker ,
Residence: Providence, Rhode Island
Enlistment Date: 06 August 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Rhode Island
Unit Numbers: 2746 2746
Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 06 August 1862
Enlisted in Company F, 5th Heavy Artillery Regiment Rhode Island on 12 August 1862.
Furlough on 02 December 1863 (For 25 days)
Mustered out Company F, 5th Heavy Artillery Regiment Rhode Island on 26 June 1865 in New Berne, NC


From Massachusetts Vital Records:
A daughter of John and Jane Baker died in Providence, RI on Aug 27 1876. Related?
or this one? Julia Baker Relation: wf Kin 1: John Baker Kin 2: Jane L Baker Death Date: 01 Jul 1875 Age: 51 yrs

There is a Calvin L. Baker, age 48, who died in Sutton in 1864 parents were Asa and Susan Baker. Related?

Vol: 300 ; Page: 264 Sarah Elisabeth Baker married in Sutton Mar 9, 1878, at age 19, born in RI, parents listed as John H? or W? and Hannah (White) Baker. Related?

NOTE: Not found in Warwick in the 1905 state census


Details of the family tree of John appear below.

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Practical Morality, Or, A Guide to Men and Manners... (1813). United Kingdom: J. Walker.L

Spouse(s) / Partner(s) and Child(ren) of John BAKER

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John BAKER married immigrant flag female ancestor Jane DAVIS-- Place: 


Children of John BAKER and Jane DAVIS:

flag male ancestor Parker BAKER (b.abt. 1867, , Rhode Island, USA  d. , )

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag male ancestor George Edward BAKER (b.15 September 1871, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 1 March 1936, Warwick, Rhode Island, USA )
m. Exilda ROBERGE 8 October 1898 in West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA (Arctic) (Natick) (Phenix) (Crompton)

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag male ancestor Albert BAKER (b.4 April 1873, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 16 June 1916, Warwick, Rhode Island, USA )

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag photo of Reuben BAKER  Reuben BAKER (b.14 April 1874, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 13 January 1921, Southbridge, Massachusetts, USA )
m. Marie Albina Clarinda RENAUD 11 August 1895 in Millbury, Massachusetts, USA

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag male ancestor Nurdin E BAKER (b.18 December 1876, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 22 November 1930, West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA )
m. Emily M DANIELS 1 September 1906 in Fair Haven, Vermont, USA

Grave has been locatedflag male ancestor William W BAKER (b.20 September 1878, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 27 April 1942, Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA )
m. Rose-Anna LAFERRIERE 10 June 1899 in West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA (Arctic) (Natick) (Phenix) (Crompton)
m. Clara AMYOT aft.1928

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag female ancestor Jennie Susan BAKER (b.8 February 1880, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 13 March 1962, Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA )
m. George Joseph PLANTE 21 February 1903 in Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA (Esmond) (Georgiaville)

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag male ancestor Charles BAKER (b.29 November 1882, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 2 December 1958, West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA )

Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!flag male ancestor Harry BAKER (b.27 July 1886, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA  d. 20 September 1958, West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA )
m. Leah Anna MCDERMOTT 25 October 1909 in West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA (Arctic) (Natick) (Phenix) (Crompton)


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Origin of Surname
BAKER
(Sax.) A name of trade, a baker; from the Saxon bacan, to dry by heat
An etymological dictionary of family and Christian names - By William Arthur - 1857.
What are the odds that this is him? More research needed
Name: John Baker
Birth Place: Ireland
Place of Residence: Rhode Island
Year of Arrival: 1860
Date of Action: 14 Oct 1868
Collection Title: Index to New England Naturalization Petitions, 1791-1906 (M1299)
NARA Series #: M1299
Roll #: 39
Roll Description: A100 (Alphonse) - C166 (Francesco)

Warwick, Rhode Island, USA (Hillsgrove) (Pontiac) (Apponaug) (Warwick Neck) (Nausauket)
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1871 Birth of Child
George Edward BAKER was born 15 September 1871, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
1873 Birth of Child
Albert BAKER was born 4 April 1873, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
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1874 Birth of Child
Reuben BAKER was born 14 April 1874, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
1876
The Homes of Sutton
Center District No. 4

...The next house was moved upon its present site and made into a dwelling by Lewis W. Howard, who occupied it several years ; then rented it to several different families. It is now owned by Stephen H. Stockwell and occupied by his hired man, Mr. John Baker, who has also been employed by Mr. McCrate.

NOTE: 'When the farm of Jonathan Stockwell on the west side of Singletary pond became the property of Jonas and Stephen Stockwell, it was divided into two farms. On March 3, 1847, Stephen Stockwell conveyed by deed 59 acres to Jonas Stockwell, who afterward bought land of Edwin E. Hutchinson and Simeon
Waters, making his farm larger...'

NOTE: 'The house across the street, occupied by George Hastings in 1876, was owned by Stephen H. Stockwell, a brother of Henry S. Stockwell...'

NOTE: Mr. McCrate is Hon. John D. McCrate

NOTE: 'The estate east of the Pierce property on Boston Road was owned by the Hon. John D. McCrate until his...Read MORE...


History of the town of Sutton Massachusetts from 1704 to 1876 (openlibrary.org/ books/ OL7212830M)
1876 Birth of Child
Nurdin E BAKER was born 18 December 1876, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
1878 Birth of Child
William W BAKER was born 20 September 1878, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
1880 Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts
John BAKER, Self, M, Male, W, 50, IRE, Farm Hand, IRE, IRE
Janie BAKER, Wife, M, Female, W, 36, IRE, Keeps House, IRE, IRE
Parker BAKER, Son, S, Male, W, 13, RI, At School, IRE, IRE
Geo. E. BAKER, Son, S, Male, W, 8, MA, At School, IRE, IRE
Albert BAKER, Son, S, Male, W, 7, MA, At School, IRE, IRE
Reuben BAKER, Son, S, Male, W, 5, MA, At School, IRE, IRE
Nuder BAKER, Son, S, Male, W, 4, MA, IRE, IRE
William BAKER, Son, S, Male, W, 2, MA, IRE, IRE

name: John Baker
residence: Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts
birthdate: 1830
birthplace: Ireland
relationship to head: Self
spouse's name: Janie Baker
spouse's birthplace: Ireland
father's name:
father's birthplace: Ireland
mother's name:
mother's birthplace: Ireland
race or color (expanded): White
ethnicity (standardized): American
gender: Male
martial status: Married
age (expanded): 50 years
occupation: Farm Hand
nara film number: T9-0564
page: 17
page character: A
entry number: 622
film number: 1254564...Read MORE...


1880 Census Ancestry (U.S.)
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1880 Birth of Child
Jennie Susan BAKER was born 8 February 1880, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
1882 Birth of Child
Charles BAKER was born 29 November 1882, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
1886 Birth of Child
Harry BAKER was born 27 July 1886, Sutton, Massachusetts, USA

Warwick, Rhode Island, USA (Hillsgrove) (Pontiac) (Apponaug) (Warwick Neck) (Nausauket)
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1895 - Sons Saved from Drowning
WORCESTER DAILY SPY, TUESDAY DECEMBER 31, 1895

SUTTON
SAVED FROM DROWNING

Two sons of John Baker went skating at Woodbury Village, Sunday and broke through the ice in ten feet of water. They would have drowned but for the bravery and presence of mind of Henry Young and another young man, who were nearby. Mr. Young and his friends procured rails, and after some lively and dangerous work brought the two lads safely ashore.
Thanks to John Baker
February 24, 1896
MILLBURY.
Albert Baker's Condition.
Wounded Boy Suffering Much Pain, and Case Still Serious

The condition of Albert Baker, the boy shot by C. T. Aldrich, Jr., Saturday, is still serious. He had a bad night Saturday night, as reported by Dr. Cronin. The wound is very painful and his nervous system is completely shattered. Edward Fallon, who was one of the mill hands that held Aldrich for a few moments when Baker was trying to get away, will be a very important witness at the trial, Wednesday. He has left the employ of Aldrich. He said: 'I do not care to work for a man that would shoot a boy in that way.' He says that Aldrich fired the shot that struck the boy, when the latter was running. The boy's parents are determined to push the case in court.

Worcester Daily Spy
Worcester, Massachusetts
Death
Warwick
21 May 1898
John Baker
age 66
Place of death: Pontiac
Farmer
b. Ireland
cause of death: carcinoma of pharynx

RI Archives - Book 98, Page 745

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