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Re: Henry Baker/Mary(Polly Binkley)Baker
Posted by: Marsha Kay Fenstermacher (ID *****6133) Date: August 19, 2002 at 12:12:17
In Reply to: Henry Baker/Mary(Polly Binkley)Baker by Barb Seggelke of 592

I know that Henry and Mary Pauline"Polly" Binckley
had 15 children
One son was born in 1819 named Samuel
I know Henry's date of birth was 1766 in Pa as the s/o
Jacob Beeker/ Baker
Mother unknown at this time .
Mary was born June 30,1791 as a d/o Johannes Binckley
and her mother was Fronica Irany .
Mary Pauline "polly" was one of 12 born to her parents.
Her father was born in 1764 in Wernesville,Berks Co.,Pa and died Aug 22,1814 in Reading Twn., Perry Co.,Ohio buried in Binckley Ridge Cemetary on a portion of what used to be his fathers farm . His father ,grandpa to Mary served in the Rev War and is documented in the DAR Books in any good library. We also have pictures of the headstones taken by us 11 years ago when we visited with a Rev War Marker on Michael's grave, although his given name at birth was in fact Christian Michael Binckley. The family came here to this new land from Guiggisburg,Canton of Bern ,Switzerland.
Any other questions please feel free in inquire. We have several forms of documentation as proof of this lineage

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