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Re: FISH m BAKER (Somerset County ME)
Posted by: Mike Smith (ID *****5504) Date: July 06, 2005 at 21:58:58
In Reply to: FISH m BAKER (Somerset County ME) by MARIBETH FISH BRADLEY of 558

Hello Maribeth,

Not having anything else to do tonight, I thought I would try to find out some information for you.

I did a search at the Maine State Archive website page that gives access to marriage records in Maine. The URL is here:

http://portalx.bisoex.state.me.us/pls/archives_mhsf/archdev.marriage_archive.search_form

What I came up with is that Floyd A. Baker from Norridgewock, ME, married Hazel Ames from Harrington, ME on 11-Jul-1931.

There is another record that has Floyd A. Baker from Norridgewock, ME marrying a Beatrice I. Ricker from Norridgewock on 3-Jun-1934. It appears, then, that he was married twice.
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Also, I checked the Social Security Death Index records and found this information:

Floyd BAKER
Birth Date: 4 Sep 1911
Death Date: Jan 1977
Social Security Number: 005-01-1963
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Maine

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 04963
Localities: Oakland, Kennebec, Maine
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Just for grins, I searched at the National Archives web site at the URL noted below to see if Floyd had served in the Army during WWII.

http://aad.archives.gov/aad/series_description.jsp?series_id=3360&coll_id=null

The record I retrieved shows that Floyd was drafted into the Army on 22-Aug-1944 as a Private, and that he was married at the time.
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I wish I had information concerning Floyd's descendents, but that isn't readily available over the internet, I'm afraid.

Well, this doesn't exactly answer all questions you posed, but, hey, once I got on a roll, I couldn't stop! Anyway, I hope this is of some help to you.

Regards,
Mike Smith


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