Individual Page


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Martha 1C4F Baker: Birth: BET 1821 AND 1823 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

  2. Veturia 2C4F Baker: Birth: BET 1821 AND 1823 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

  3. William 3C4F Baker: Birth: ABT 1826 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 17 DEC 1875 in Trigg County, Kentucky

  4. Franklin H. 4C4F Baker: Birth: ABT 1828 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

  5. Caroline B. 5C4F Baker: Birth: 1829 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: BET 1880 AND 1900

  6. Blake 6C4F Baker: Birth: 1830 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 1890 in Trigg County, Kentucky

  7. John Freeman 7C4F Baker: Birth: 1834 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: BEF 1950

  8. Alexander A. 8C4F Baker: Birth: 1835 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

  9. Thomas Lawrence 9C4F Baker: Birth: 18 JAN 1838 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 15 JAN 1858 in Trigg County, Kentucky

  10. Adaliza (Add Eliza) or Ann E. 10C4F Baker: Birth: 06 FEB 1840 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 18 JAN 1929

  11. Francis M. 11C4F Baker: Birth: 1842 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 05 AUG 1862

  12. Amos 12C4F Baker: Birth: 25 JUL 1853 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 1863


Sources
1. Title:   xCunningham Family History
Author:   Marqua Jean Duncan
Publication:   Name: Copyright 2002 McClanahan Publishing House;
2. Title:   Wade, Martin D
Author:   Gage, Emma
Publication:   Name: 1890's;
3. Title:   CT - Cemetery Tombstone

Notes
a. Note:   H59
Note:   * From Cunningham Family, Leaves from the Family Tree, by Marqua Duncan, 2002 * Malinda Elizabeth was 16 years old when she left Albemarle County, VA. and moved to Christian County (now Trigg County, KY), KY, with her family. She married Thomas L. Baker before her nineteenth birthday. Thomas L. Baker received a land grant of 100 acres on the Cumberland River, Trigg County, KY: Date 12/24/1822, Book 2, Page 248. He later helped organize several Baptist churches in Trigg County. The Bond (marriage) Book in Trigg County courthouse shows that he performed many marriages in the county. Rev. Baker owned a number of slaves before 1865, and he would conduct religious services for them before leaving for his Sunday church services. Rev. Baker and Malinda were buried side by side, next to their vegetable garden. Two of their children, Amos, age 10, and Thomas L., Jr., age 20, were buried there also. Alexander, 5th child, and his wife Elizabeth and son Thomas are also in this family burying ground. This is now known as the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.



RootsWeb.com is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.