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Michael Baker and Margaret Horn

Posted by mikegen48 on November 17, 2009

Michael Baker was born in 1775 in Guilford County, North Carolina. He died about 1827 in Ohio.

Michael married Margaret Horn on 1 Feb 1797 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Margaret was born circa 1778 in Virginia. She died during 1857 in Ohio.

They had the following children:

Ruth Baker was born about 1798 in Virginia. She died circa 1852 in Virginia.
Lewis Baker was born circa 1800 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. He died in 1878 in Virginia.
Samuel Baker was born in 1803 in Virginia. He died in 1862 in North Carolina.
Frederick Baker was born in 1806 in Pike County, Ohio. He died about 1889 in Virginia.
Esther Baker was born about 1808 in Ohio.
Caroline Baker was born in 1811 in Ohio. She died circa 1843 in Amelia County, Virginia.
Andrew Baker was born in 1813 in Ohio. He died in 1896 in Virginia.
Evelyn Baker was born in 1816 in Ohio. She died circa 1861 in Virginia.
Abraham Baker was born circa 1819 in Pike County, Ohio. He died during 1819 in Ohio.
Barbara Baker was born in 1821 in Pike County, Ohio. She died on 22 May 1905 in Missouri.

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One Response to “Michael Baker and Margaret Horn”

  1. I thought you might be interested in a new Genealogy TV series. The Generations Project premieres tonight at 8pm Mtn Time on BYU Television.

    http://www.byub.org/thegenerationsproject/

    If you don’t have the channel, you can watch in online at http://www.byu.tv/

    The show will continue to run every Monday night at the same time. I hope you’re able to check it out.

    ~ Mary

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