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Genealogy and History of the Family BAKER

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  8 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Family records of the John Baker branch of the Conrad (Becker) Baker family of York County, Pennsylvania : (covering all available records from August, 1739 to March 1, 1939), 1939, Baker, Thoreau Butler 105  pgs. 
         
2.  Baker ancestry : the ancestry of Samuel Baker, of Pleasant Valley, Steuben County, New York, with some of his descendants Chicago: Baker, Frank, 1914, 70  pgs. 
         
3.  Memorial of Mr. Justice Frank Baker : an appendix to Baker ancestry (Above), Chicago, 1916, 16  pgs. 
         
4.  Genealogical record, Rev. Nicholas Baker (1610-1678) and his descendants: Detroit, Mich., Printed for the author by the Record Printing Co., 1917, Baker, Fred A., 152  pgs. 
         
5.  Baker family records Philadelphia, Pa.: American Historical-Geneaogical Society, 1929, Seaver, J. Montgomery, 72  pgs. 
         
6.  A genealogy of the descendants of Edward Baker of Lynn, Mass.: 1630 Syracuse,  N.M. Baker, 1867, Baker, Nelson M.,  99  pgs. 
         
7.  Ancestry of Priscilla Baker, who lived 1674-1731, and was wife of Issac Appleton, of Ipswich Cambridge Mass.: J. Wilson and Son, 1870, Appleton, William S., 151  pgs. 
         
8.  Record of the descendants of Ezekiel and Mary Baker DeCamp of Butler County, Ohio:  Cincinnati, Ohio., Printed by the Western Methodist Book Concern, 1896, De Camp, James Milton, 182  pgs. 

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