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BAKER // BAKERS SURNAME ITEMS ONLY.

 This page has mixed newspaper items for the surname Baker.

 *If you connect to the Baker family of Frederick Co., MD who moved by 1810 to Washington Co., PA, please contact the webmaster.  I need help connecting my Bakers into the correct line.

 

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 1815

Article from the Reporter, March _, 1815, p. __:

"Notice: Is given to all persons that may have any demands against the estate of William Dunwoody, deceased, to bring them forward duly authenticated for payment.  And all those indebted to the estate, are requested to make payments to: 
Aaron Baker
March 13th, 1815

 

Article from the Reporter, March _, 1815, p. __: [name only, rest of article not typed]

Isreal Baker by M. Luce

Note: M. Luce is Mathias Luce, who was a preacher in the Baptist church

 

Article from the Reporter, June 30, 1815, p. __: [not full article]

"List of Letters remaining at the Post Office, Washington, PA..."

Samuel Baker

Note: There would be a list of many names; other names were not copied.

 

1822

Article from the Reporter, Jan. 14, 1822, p. __: [name only, rest of article not typed]

List of Letters remaining at the Post Office, Washington, PA, Jan. 1, 1822:

George Baker
Sally Baker

Note: There would be a list of many names; other names were not copied.

 

 1877

Article from the Reporter, Aug. 20, 1877, p. __: 

"Died - On Saturday, June 9th a son of Daniel Baker of Amwell township, of scarlet fever, aged 4 years."

 1878

Article from the Reporter, Sept. 4, 1878, p. __: 

"Beallsville Items - September 2, 1878 - Palmer Baker found a turtle last week bearing the initials "L. E. 1816."

 

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Sept. 12, 1878, p. __: 

"Local Glances -Brookville Baker has been appointed Postmaster at West Brownsville, vice John Cornell, resigned."

 

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Sept. 14, 1878, p. __: 

Advertisement - "Mrs. Reuben Baker and Miss Maria Williams inform the public that they are prepared to do Washing and Ironing, at their residence on Lincoln street No. 270.  Also Rough Drying.  Orders should be left at the News Depot.  [code] 381-tf."

 

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Dec. 12, 1878, p. __: 

List of Letters remaining at the post office as of Dec. 9th, 1878...

Mrs. Jno. W. Baker

 

1879

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Feb. 10, 1879, p. __:  names only

List of Letters Remaining in the post office at Washington...
N. L. Baker

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Feb. 11, 1879, p. __:  names only
Amwell Soldiers - 
Zach Baker corp. D 140th
D. W. Baker private B 85th

Amwell Republican Ticket
for Auditor - D. B. Baker

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Mar. 12, 1879, p. __:  names only

John L. Baker headed from California to Kansas

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Mar. 25, 1879, p. __:  names only
Beallsville Items... Baker & Register are the contractors

 

1885

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Dec. __, 1885, p. __:  names only

List of Letters remaining at the post office as of Mon., Dec. 21, 1885...

Mrs. Mary Baker
T. L. Baker

 

1887

Article from the Reporter, April 9, 1887, p. __: [full article not typed]

"Jury List - Traverse Jurors, May 9th  - 

Amon England, farmer, E. Finley
Clark Baker, farmer, Allen

 

Article from the Reporter, Aug. 20, 1887, p. __: 

Amity - Z. Baker is building a fine barn.

 

Article from the Reporter, Aug. 24, 1887, p. __: 

"Local Affairs - The expenses of the Baker trial, says the Wellsburg Herald, will be about $2,500; of this the state will pay $1,500. and Hancock company $1,000."

 

 

Article from the Reporter, Oct. 8, 1887 [my sister wrote 1787, but there was no Reporter in the 1780s], p. __:  [not full article]

(title) Republican Vigilance Committee

J. Baker Jr.
C. L. Baker

Note: There MAY have been more names but the article was not typed completely.

 

1888

 

Article from the Reporter, Jan. 7, 1888, p. __: 

"D. W. Baker bought out Grant McCollum in the huckster business and started out on his route Monday of this week; he is right at home in the business as it is his old trade."

 

Article from the Daily Evening Reporter, Jan. 24, 1888, p. __: 

Sheriff's Sale - James Baker, one acre of surface alone, more or less.

Deed Book X  Vol 5 p 633 James Baker
Deed Book V  Vol 5 p 214
Deed Book D  Vol 5 p 391

 

Article from the Reporter, Feb. 20, 1888, p. __: 

"Local Glances - Frank Baker, the lad who was injured on the head while coasting recently in this borough was taken to Pittsburgh on Saturday to a specialist who did not report very favorably in reference to the restoration of his hearing."

 

 

Article from the Reporter, Feb. 21, 1888, p. __: 

"Local Glances - Mrs. Nathan Baker who has been visiting her son, D. E. Baker, Prospect avenue, has returned to her home at Bakers Station on the W&W Railroad."

 

 

Article from the Reporter, Feb. 15, 1888, p. __: [not full article]

Mrs. Nathan Baker

 

 

Article from the Reporter, Aug. 7th or 8th, 1891, p. __: [not sure if full items]

Births - to James Baker, Beallsville, a son

 

Article from the Reporter, Aug. 8,, 1891, p. __:  [not full article]

Local Glances - Miss Jennie Baker

 

Article from the Reporter, Aug. 15, 1958, p. A-9: [excerpt, not full article]

Walter Baker, Dealer
Andrew Cobucci [my sister wrote: "he was my fifth grade teacher"

 

Article from the Reporter, Aug. _, 1889, p. __: [name only, rest of article not typed]

List of Letters remaining at the Post Office, Washington, PA on Tuesday, August 2, 1889, p. _:

H. R. Baker

Note: There would be a list of many other names but these were not copied. 

 

Article from the Observer-Reporter, July 28, p. __: [excerpt, not full article]

South Strabane Teachers -

Reynolds - D. A. Hootman
After ' Squire Baker

Note: Not sure if "After" is meant to be a school or if my sister meant something else.

Same date:

Amwell Teachers Elected - [not full article]

Bakers - John Hathaway

 

Article from the Observer-Reporter, July 8, 1967, p. A-7: [excerpt, not full article]

(title in column to the right -- Carrie Mae Moyar Wed to George F. Ramsey, Jr. )

guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baker

 

 

(Source reference) - Surname Index of Fayette Co., PA Cemeteries (71 cemeteries indexed)

There are Bakers buried in 8 of the cemeteries listed, including:

#10 Christ Episcopal Church Cem.

#26 Laurel Hill Presbyterian - Henry Clay Twp.

#28 Maple Grove Cem. - Georges Twp.

#31 Mount Auburn Cem. - Dunkard Twp.

#33 Mount Moriah Baptist Cem. - Georges Twp.

#34 Mount Washington Cem. - Perry Twp.

#45 Providence Meeting House - Perry Twp

#49 Sampson Chapel Cem - Henry Clay Twp.

NOTE: No other information.  The transcribed records would be in a local library.

 

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