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Seeking descendants of William WARWICK & Fannie HOUGHLAND
Posted by: Janice Jordan (ID *****1076) Date: April 07, 2008 at 08:00:09
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Seeking descendants of William WARWICK b. 1794 of New Jersey [NJ] and New York [NY] m. Fannie HOUGHLAND of New Jersey or Pennsylvania [PA].
2nd generation
Henrietta WARWICK b. Cayuga Co., NY, m. Jerome B. BAKER b. ca 1836 Seneca Co., NY, a farmer, later of Auburn, Cayuga, NY.
3rd generation
Susan [Susie] A. BEYERS or BYERS born Nov. 1863 of New York City, NY, m. 24 April 1889 Dr. Allen E. BAKER and d. after 1920 in probably Auburn, Cayuga Co., NY. Seeking her exact death date.
4th generation
Maude or Maud A. BAKER b. Jan. 1890 who was a music teacher, and
Ruth Imogene BAKER b. July 1894 of Auburn, NY,
5th generation

Thanks to Nancy H. for these lookups on my family below.
Janice <>

1900 Census - Auburn - Franklin Street - DOB's given:  Baker, Allen September 1862 - Baker, Susan November 1863 - Maud January 1890 and Baker, Ruth July 1894.  Servant living in household:  Hannah Carpenter - age 14.
In 1910 Census - all were living in Auburn on Franklin Street without servant.  Maude was a college student. 
In 1920 Baker, Susan and daughter, Baker, Maude, a music teacher, were living in the household.  Susan Baker is listed as a widow.
Biographical review : this volume contains biographical sketches of the leading citizens of Cayuga County, New York.
ALLEN E. BAKER, M.D., one of the most prominent physicians and surgeons of the city of Auburn, where he has been located for practice since April 1891, was born in the town of Aurelius, Cayuga County, N.Y., September 18, 1862.  His parents were Jerome B. and Henrietta (Warrick) Baker.  The family were originally from New England; the grandfather Julius Baker settled in this county on April 1, 1836.  During his early life he followed the trade of a mechanic and wheelwright, but in later years took up the occupation of faming, in which he met with considerable success.  He is now a resident of Wayne County, where he lives a peaceful life at the advanced age of eighty-five years.  Jerome B. Baker, the father of the Doctor, was born in Seneca County, near Seneca Falls.  He is a retired farmer, now living in Auburn.  Mrs. Baker, his wife, was born in this county, and is the daughter of William and Fannie Warrick.  Mr. Warrick came originally from New Jersey, and Mrs. Warrick from Pennsylvania.
Allen E. Baker received his first schooling in the village of Cayuga, afterward attending the Auburn High School, where he was graduated in 1883.  He at once engaged in the work of the Young Men's Christian Association, and was at first Secretary at Troy for the Railroad Association, and was afterward employed as Secretary in the regular city work of the Young Men's Christian Association at Albany.  His natural inclination, however, was toward the study of medicine; and for a time he read with Dr. Charles E. Swift, now deceased, of Auburn.  He attended lectures at the New York Homoeopathic Medical College, graduating in the class of 1888, after a distinguished three years' course.  He received "honorable mention" in his class, and was appointed by the college faculty on his general standing, and without competitive examination, to the Five Points House of Industry as Junior Resident Physician.  After being there two months, he was made Senior Resident Physician, occupying that responsible position for nearly three years.  Dr. Baker resided in Brooklyn for seven months of the time, where he made for himself a name as a reputable physician, and built up a good practice.  Upon leaving the hospital, and upon the earnest solicitation of friends, he came to Auburn, and located his office at No. 55 Franklin Street, where he is now doing a fine general practice.
He was united in marriage April 24, 1889, to Miss Susie A Beyers, of New York City, and has two children, both daughters - Maude A. Baker and Ruth Imogene Baker.
Dr. and Mrs. Baker are members of the First Methodist Episcopal Church of this city.  Dr. Baker is a well-known and honored member of the Cayuga County Homoeopathic Medical Society.  He enjoys a high reputation as an intelligent and clever physician, and takes a deep interest in all affairs of the city of his adoption.

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