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Amos Baker/abt. 1802 SC/m. Angelica/Shelby Co.1840
Posted by: DOROTHY ONEILL (ID *****3141) Date: January 17, 2008 at 07:12:30
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Am seeking information on Amos Baker, born about 1802, in South Carolina, and died between 1870-1880. He was married to Angelica/Angeline/Jellica Unknown.

They had about six children, and three survived that I know of:
Ira Jack Baker, married Elizabeth Unknown
Martha Baker, married Andrew Jackson Springfield
Amos B. Baker, who married Mary L. Unknown

Wife of Amos, Angelica Baker, was listed in the 1880 census of Holmes County, Mississippi, in the household of her son, Amos B. Baker. Ira and Martha seem to have been in Texas.

Amos and Angelica were in Union, South Carolina in 1830; in Shelby County, Alabama, in 1840; in Monroe County, Mississippi, in 1850:in Angeline County, Texas, in 1860; and in Holmes County, Mississippi, in 1870.

Any information or data would be greatly appreciated.

Dorothy O'Neill

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