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  (b. 4 April 1873 Sutton, Massachusetts, USA   d. 16 June 1916 Warwick, Rhode Island, USA )  
Age: 43
Cause of Death: spinal meningitis

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Albert BAKER was born 4 April 1873 in Sutton, Massachusetts, USA. Albert BAKER was the child of John BAKER   and   Jane DAVIS

Albert BAKER died 16 June 1916 in Warwick, Rhode Island, USA .

Occupation: Mill hand


Details of the family tree of Albert appear below.
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  • Birth
    Parents John and Jane (Davis) Baker (both from Ireland). John is listed as a Laborer
    Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910
  • 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,...Read MORE...


    1880 U.S. Census
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  • 1896 - April 29 - CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. UTLEY, J. - TUESDAY, APRIL 28.
    The greater portion of Tuesday's session was taken up with the continued case of Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., of Sutton, charged with the shooting of Albert Baker, Feb. 22.

    Charles M. Thayer, Esq., appeared for the prosecution and F. L. Brown, Esq. of Brown & Hopkins, for the defendant.

    Mr. Thayer stated that the government proposed to show that Mrs. Baker, mother of the complainant, went to the mill on the day of the shooting, and was...Read MORE...



    Worcester Daily Spy
    Worcester, Massachusetts
    April 29, 1896
  • 1896 - February 23 - SHOT BY EMPLOYER. Sensational Affair at Office of Sutton Woolen Mills. ALBERT BAKER THE VICTIM.
    Revolver Used by Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., the Mill Manager.

    Interviews With All Parties to the Fracas - Mr. Aldrich Surrenders to Police and Placed Under Bonds.

    Albert Baker, an employee at the Sutton woolen mills, in Woodbury Village, was shot, Saturday afternoon, by Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., the manager of the mill. Five shots were fired from the revolver, of which only one took effect. The 38-calibre ball first tore through Baker's left...Read MORE...



    Worcester Daily Spy
    Worcester, Massachusetts
    February 23, 1896
  • 1896 - February 24 - 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:...Read MORE...



    Worcester Daily Spy
    Worcester, Massachusetts
    February 24, 1896


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Birth
Parents John and Jane (Davis) Baker (both from Ireland). John is listed as a Laborer
Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910
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,...Read MORE...


1880 U.S. Census
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1896 - February 23 - SHOT BY EMPLOYER. Sensational Affair at Office of Sutton Woolen Mills. ALBERT BAKER THE VICTIM.
Revolver Used by Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., the Mill Manager.

Interviews With All Parties to the Fracas - Mr. Aldrich Surrenders to Police and Placed Under Bonds.

Albert Baker, an employee at the Sutton woolen mills, in Woodbury Village, was shot, Saturday afternoon, by Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., the manager of the mill. Five shots were fired from the revolver, of which only one took effect. The 38-calibre ball first tore through Baker's left...Read MORE...



Worcester Daily Spy
Worcester, Massachusetts
February 23, 1896
1896 - February 24 - 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:...Read MORE...



Worcester Daily Spy
Worcester, Massachusetts
February 24, 1896
1896 - February 27 - Court Calendar Attachments
CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT, UTLEY, J. - WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26
Charles T. Aldrich Jr., the Sutton mill superintendent who shot and seriously wounded Albert Baker last Saturday, was arraigned, charged with assault with a dangerous weapon.
State Detective Peleg F. Murray, who has been at work upon the case for the past few days, informed the court that he had called upon Baker, the victim of the shooting, in company with his attending physician, Tuesday ...Read MORE...



Worcester Daily Spy
Worcester, Massachusetts
February 27, 1896
1896 - February 28 - Baker will appear in court on March 10
WORCESTER DAILY SPY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1896

Albert Baker, the young man who was shot by C. T. Aldrich Jr., was somewhat better Thursday. Unless something unlooked for develops, he will be able to appear at court on March 10.
John Baker
1896 - March 3 - Court case set for next Saturday
WORCESTER DAILY SPY MARCH 3, 1896

Albert Baker, who was shot by Charles T. Aldrich at Wilkinsonville 10 days ago, is getting along nicely, and his recovery now seems certain. A hearing of the case in court is set for next Saturday.
John Baker
1896 - March 25 - Witness Missing in Aldrich-Baker Shooting Case
The case against Charles T. Aldrich Jr. of Sutton, charged with shooting Albert Baker, an employee, was to have come up for trial at Tuesday’s session of the central district court, but was continued until April 28. The continuance was the results of a conference between the counsel for both parties. District Attorney Rugg, Judge Utley and State Detective Murray. Mr. Murray stated that one of the most important witnesses in the case had...Read MORE...



Worcester Daily Spy
Worcester, Massachusetts
Wednesday, March 25, 1896
1896 - April 29 - CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. UTLEY, J. - TUESDAY, APRIL 28.
The greater portion of Tuesday's session was taken up with the continued case of Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., of Sutton, charged with the shooting of Albert Baker, Feb. 22.

Charles M. Thayer, Esq., appeared for the prosecution and F. L. Brown, Esq. of Brown & Hopkins, for the defendant.

Mr. Thayer stated that the government proposed to show that Mrs. Baker, mother of the complainant, went to the mill on the day of the shooting, and was...Read MORE...



Worcester Daily Spy
Worcester, Massachusetts
April 29, 1896

Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
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Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
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Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
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Sutton, Massachusetts, USA
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1910
1910 US Census shows Albert living in Cranston, RI at age 37, he is a border and works in a cotton mill, he was born in MA, his parents b. in Ireland (listed as being English). He is a boarder with: Frank Bonneau, 53; his wife, Odeal Bonneau, 52; their daughter, Elmera Bonneau, 14; other boarder, Harry Holmer, 32
1910 U.S. Census
Death
BAKER, Albert (d. 16 Jun 1916 at Hillsgrove, RI at the age of 43-02-12).
Child of John Baker (Ireland) and Jane Davis (Ireland).
Born in Sutton, MA on 04 Apr 1873.
Spouse: Single
Buried in St. Mary Cemetery - Crompton, RI, on 19 Jun 1916. Res: Hillsgrove, RI

Repertoire, Burials of the Potvin Funeral Home, Vol 1, A-K, West Warwick, Rhode Island, 1893-1960

American-French Genealogical Society
Death
Name: Albert Baker
Gender: Male
Burial Date:
Burial Place:
Death Date: 16 Jun 1916
Death Place: Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island
Age: 43
Birth Date: 1873
Birthplace:
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Father's Name: John Baker
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Name: Jane Davis
Mother's Birthplace:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I09479-5
Syst Origin: Rhode Island-EASy
Source Film Number: 2032627
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Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island
Albert Baker
Died 16 June 1916
Hillgrove Street, Warwick, Rhode Island
Age 43 years 2 months 12 days
Occupation: Millhand
Born: Sutton, MA
Parents: John and Jane, both born in Ireland
Buried at St. Mary's Cememtery, West Warwick
Cause of death: Cerebral absess, old otitis, media meningitis

Source: Rhode Island Vital Records, microfilm, found at New England Genealogy Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts

Albert is buried at: St. Mary's Cemetery
70 Church St
West Warwick, Rhode Island
West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA (Arctic) (Natick) (Phenix) (Crompton)


Message on findagrave.com thanks to Bobbi Lynn

"According to church records, Albert was buried in this cemetery near George Baker. Albert died at 42 years of age of spinal meningitis. He was buried in a plot owned by William Baker. Albert was buried in the plot along with William's wife, Rosanna."

"There was one headstone with no readable information. According to church records, this was probably George Baker and I have attached the picture to his entry. George died in 1936 and is buried in a plot owned by Mary Campbell. There is one other Campbell in the immediate area."

"The location of both George and Albert is next to the stone wall surrounding the chapel. Mary Smith is the headstone that George is bured next to and Albert was buried in that immediate area though exactly where is unknown."
Added: 12/16/1999 12:00:00 AM - Updated: 8/27/2020 10:03:16 AM

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