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Re: Jacobs family of Ark. and OK.
Posted by: DANA HARRIS (ID *****6077) Date: October 10, 2006 at 10:32:51
In Reply to: Re: Jacobs family of Ark. and OK. by Tammy Roberts of 4620

i also found this infirmation on the internet:

Elisha Calvin Baker
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Family Group Record 0062
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Husband's Name Elisha Calvin Baker
Born: 1799 Place: Greene County, Tennessee
Died: Aft 1850 Place: Polk County, Arkansas (census)
Married: Place:
Father: Elisha Baker
Mother: Mary (Polly) Rickman
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Wife's Name Martha (Patsey) Jacobs
Born: 1802 Place: Kentucky
Died: Aft 1870 Place: Crawford County, Arkansas (census)
Father:
Mother:
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Children
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1. Sex Name
M Beverly Rector Baker
Born: Abt 1822 Place: Hempstead County, Arkansas
Died: Place:
Married: 23 Mar 1844 Place: Sevier County, Arkansas (1-63)
Spouse: Sarina Jane Davis
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2. Sex Name
M James Brown Baker
Born: Abt 1825 Place: Hempstead County, Arkansas
Died: Place:
Married: 23 Jan 1845 Place: Sevier County, Arkansas
Spouse: Mary James
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3. Sex Name
M English Calvin Baker
Born: Abt 1828 Place: Hempstead County, Arkansas
Died: Place:
Married: Place:
Spouse: Nancy Ann James
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4. Sex Name
M Monroe Baker
Born: Abt 1838 Place: Sevier County, Arkansas
Died: Place:
Married: Place:
Spouse:
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5. Sex Name
M Josiah L. Baker
Born: Abt 1842 Place: Sevier County, Arkansas
Died: Place:
Married: Place:
Spouse:
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6. Sex Name
M Rhoda Pryor Baker
Born: Abt 1844 Place: Sevier County, Arkansas
Died: Place:
Married: 03 Aug 1863 Place: Sevier County, Arkansas (2-291)
Spouse: Beverly Rector Jacobs
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Sources of Information: Mary Beth Bond, Westwood, Kansas correspondence
with David Kelley (01 Aug 1990); Sevier County, Arkansas Marriage Book 1,
page 63; Book 2, page 291; Census Records: Hempstead County, Arkansas 1830;
Sevier County, Arkansas 1840; Polk County, Arkansas 1850, 1860; Crawford
County, Arkansas 1870.
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Pike County, Arkansas Census 1850
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Schedule 1. Free inhabitants in Brewer Township in the County of Pike,
State of Arkansas enumerated by me, on the 3rd day of November, 1850.
William H. Preston, Ass't Marshal.

57-57 English Jacobs 38 m Farmer Unknown
Mary A. Jacobs 38 f Unknown
John K. Jacobs 16 m Arkansas
Madison S. Jacobs 14 m Arkansas
Thomas V. Jacobs 11 m Arkansas
Beverly Jacobs 8 m Arkansas
Sarah Jacobs 6 f Arkansas
Martha Jacobs 4 f Arkansas
Margaret Jacobs 1 f Arkansas
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Polk County, Arkansas Census 1850
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Schedule 1. Free inhabitants in Sulpher Springs Township in the County of
Polk, State of Arkansas enumerated by me, on the 8th day of Oct., 1850.
Peter B. Allen, Ass't Marshal.

2-2 Beverly Baker 40 m Farmer Missouri
Sirena J. Baker 29 f Arkansas
Nancy Baker 9 f Arkansas
Brown M. Baker 8 m Arkansas
Almarind Baker 5 f Arkansas
Elisha C. Baker 3 m Arkansas
Clement C. Baker 6 mo m Arkansas

6-6 J.B. Baker 29 m Farmer Arkansas
Mary Baker 26 f Arkansas
Martha B. Baker 4 f Arkansas
Mary J. Baker 3 f Arkansas
Ellen Baker 2 f Arkansas

7-7 English C. Baker 22 m Farmer Arkansas
Nancy Baker 19 f Arkansas

8-8 Elisha Baker 51 m Tennessee
Martha 48 f Kentucky

The children of Elisha Baker and Martha Jacobs (8-8) that would have been
in this household during the census enumeration are missing from the census
record.

National Archives Microfilm Publiction, Microcopy T-8: Arkansas Census
1850, Polk County, Roll 24.
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Polk County, Arkansas Census 1860
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Schedule 1. Free inhabitants in Sulpher Springs Township in the County of
Polk, State of Arkansas enumerated by me, on the 25th day of July, 1860.
I.C. Morris, Ass't Marshal.

590-590 J.B. Baker 35 m Farmer Arkansas
Polly Baker 35 f Arkansas
Martha Baker 14 f Arkansas
Ellen Baker 12 f Arkansas
Elisha Baker 10 m Arkansas
Elizabeth Baker 5 f Arkansas
Nancy A. Baker 2 f Arkansas
John Overtruf 22 m Farm Laborer Arkansas

591-591 Patsey Baker 56 f Illinois
Monroe Baker 22 m Farm Laborer Arkansas
Josiah L. Baker 18 m Farm Laborer Arkansas
Rhoda P. Baker 16 f Arkansas
Rector B. Jacobs 19 m Farm Laborer Arkansas
Amanda Jacobs 7 f Arkansas

592-592 English Baker 32 m Farmer Arkansas
Nancy Baker 32 f Arkansas
Isaac L. Baker 10 m Arkansas
English Baker 5 m Arkansas
Wm. Baker 1 m Arkansas
Van Buren Jacobs 22 m Farm Laborer Arkansas

National Archives Microfilm Publiction, Microcopy T-7: Arkansas Census
1860, Polk County, Roll 10.
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Crawford County, Arkansas Census 1870
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Schedule 1. Inhabitants in Van Buren Township in the County of Crawford,
State of Ark. enumerated by me, on the 11th day of July, 1870. D.H.
Creekmore, Ass't Marshal.

477-469 B.R. Jacobs 29 m w Farm Laborer Arkansas
P.R. Jacobs 25 f w Arkansas
A.C. Jacobs 3 m w Arkansas
M.E. Jacobs 2 f w Arkansas
M.A. Jacobs 1 mo f w Arkansas
Martha Baker 66 f w Doctress Kentucky
E. Nelson 28 m w Farm Laborer Arkansas

National Archives Microfilm Publiction, Microcopy (not indicated): Arkansas
Census 1870, Crawford County, Roll 13.
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Westwood, KS, August 1, 1990 ... Lucy Rickman wife of Samuel Henderson ...
(parents of Mary Henderson wife of Oliver Brewer) ... I believe ... was a
sister of my great great great grandmother Baker. A woman in the DAR in
West Memphis did a supplimental on John Rickman and in it she listed the
children and one was a "daughter who married Elisha Baker" ... Most of my
information has been obtained from Lucille Pryor and a Mrs. LeMasters, and
it's been nearly 20 years since I heard from either one of them ... Mary B.
(Mary Beth Bond) correspondence with David Kelley, edited, with added text
in parenthesis.
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Mary Beth Bond, Westwood, KS, May 8, 1994 ... (in) reviewing information
you sent in a letter dated August 1, 1990 about Elisha Baker and his wife
Mary or Polly Rickman daughter of John Rickman and Anne ... (and) "when
and where ... Elisha and Mary Rickman were married has not been determined
and (also) when and where they died has not been found" &c. ... Oliver
Brewer married Mary or Polly Henderson (his second wife) in Knox County,
Tennessee in 1804. She was the daughter of Samuel Henderson and Lucy
Ryckman (Richman-Rickman). A granddaughter of Samuel Henderson and Lucy
Ryckman and niece of Mary (Henderson) Brewer (Lucy Henderson Horton)
compiled a book entitled "Family History". She writes about the "Ryckmans"
and the following are excerpts from the text of this book. Page 238. "Lucy
Ryckman, wife of Samuel Henderson (1759-1828) was born in Cumberland
county, Va., a county adjoining Hanover, the home of the Hendersons. She
came (from a) ... Dutch family, some of whom settled in New York at an
early date" ... Page 240. "One branch of the family left New York for
Virginia, settling in Cumberland county ... To this branch Lucy (Ryckman)
Henderson belongs. While she still lived, her son, Dr. Samuel Henderson
(1804-1884), writes in his diary that his mother, Lucy (Ryckman) Henderson,
was born in Cumberland county, Va. Her father moved to Greene county, Tenn.
We will fortify what we know of this family by a statement made to my
brother, Judge John Hughes Henderson, in 1883 and recorded in his diary.
This statement was made to him by (Tapley) Pyron ... then of nearly eighty
years, a grandson of Samuel Henderson (1759-1828). 'Lucy Ryckman
Henderson's brothers, William and Abraham Ryckman moved to (Missouri) and
their descendants now (1883) are in that State and Arkansas. One of her
sisters married Elisha Baker ... Another sister of Lucy Ryckman Henderson,
Tabitha Ryckman, married ... (a) Strickland and settled in Kentucky. Tapley
Bynum ... married another sister and settled in Kentucky. Elisha Baker's
descendants are now (1883) in Missouri" (and Arkansas) ... Lucy (Ryckman)
Henderson was born November 15, 1765 and died July 14, 1843. The DAR
application of Mary Lillian McGahey, National Number 73662, approved August
25, 1950 (and) descendant of Nathaniel Henderson (father of Samuel) has ...
"Lucy Rickman born November 15, 1765 (in) Cumberland Co., Va., died July
14, 1843, married Samuel Henderson, March 14, 1785." In ... "Colonial
Granville County and Its People" compiled by Worth S. Ray, 1973, page 225,
(Henderson Family of Granville) "... Feb. 2, 1785 (Bond), Samuel Henderson,
known to be the son of Nathaniel Henderson and the grandson of Samuel
Henderson of Granville County, N.C., married Lucy Rickman in Greene County,
Tennessee." The Brewers, Crows, McLaughlins, (and others) early settlers of
Clark and Hempstead County, Arkansas moved from Greene County, Tennessee to
Bellevue, Washington County, Missouri. A large group moved from Bellevue to
Mound Prairie, Hempstead County, Arkansas in 1817 led by Reverend John
Henry. The Brewers sold their land at Bellevue in 1817 (deed). This seems
to be a popular route of migration. David Kelley letter to Mary Beth Bond.
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BAKER. That we were descended from the person who discovered Baker's
Springs (in north Howard County, Arkansas) was common knowledge all my life
and he was my great grandmother's father. When I asked my grandfather,
Sterling Price Jacobs, about his parents and grandparents, he said he did
not know anything of his grandparents, but that his mother's father was
tracking buffalo one day and found Baker's Springs ... His name was Elisha
Baker and they came from (Missouri to Arkansas) on pack horses ... Elisha
Baker (senior) sold his land in Washington County, Missouri in 1816, his
wife was named Polly. That her name was Mary Rickman is from the Daughters
of the American Revolution suppliment for Mrs. Young of the West Memphis,
Arkansas chapter, proving her descent from John Rickman ... In the 1830
(Hempstead and) 1840 (Sevier County), ... (Arkansas census), Elisha Baker
was enumerated ... (and) the 1850 census, the first to enumerate all the
persons in a household, Elisha Baker ... and Martha ... were enumerated in
... Polk County, Arkansas. In the 1860 census of Polk County, Arkansas ...
was Patsey Baker (and) Josiah Baker ... Monroe Baker (and) Rhoda Baker, ...
(and) Beverly Jacobs (and Amanda Jacobs). Research and family knowledge
provides ... that Beverly Jacobs and Rhoda Baker were first cousins. They
married in 1863 ... Beverly's father English (Jacobs) had died in 1858 in
Pike County, Arkansas, so his sister, Martha (Patsey) Jacobs Baker had (in
1860) (two) of his orphans living with her. Mary Beth Bond correspondence
with David Kelley, August 1, 1990.
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More About Baker Springs. "These famous springs were located some
thirty-five yers ago (1850) by one Baker, and five years later were
purchased by Major Hempstead of Washington (Arkansas) who had a number of
comfortable cabins built around the springs for accommodation of visitors.
The springs, house and adjacent grounds were kept in good order during the
lifetime of Maj. Hempstead, but since his death the improvements have been
neglected, and in consequence have gone much to decay ... These springs
were still owned by the widow of the late Maj. Hempstead and will, we
presume, remain hers while she lives. The water is white and black sulphur,
the white being used almost exlusively by visitors. Your correspondent was
here sixteen years ago, when Jim Hopson had the springs. There was a good
hotel here then, ... Baker Springs was a gay place then, and dances were an
almost nightly occurrence. We had a wedding here on one occasion ... Things
have so changed here that I can hardly realize that this is the same place
and the change makes me feel sad when I think of it." The Washington Press,
September 5, 1885, Edgar Givens editor.
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Elisha Calvin Baker, born 1756 Dobbs (County), North Carolina; died 1830,
Crawford County, Arkansas; married Mary Rickman; ... (child), Elisha Calvin
Baker, born 1799, Tennessee. Family Group Record, FamilySearch Ancestral
File v4.19, Elisha Calvin Baker (AFN) Ancestral File number 23FR-TWN, (17
Nov 1999).
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Update 03.08.00 David Kelley 2000 FGR-0062.HTM
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DALE HARRIS
DHARRISE@AOL.COM



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