Samuel C. Baker [32921]


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Lydia Elizabeth Mabee [38756]

Samuel C. Baker [32921]

  • Born: 25 Mar 1797, New Brunswick, Canada 7149
  • Marriage: Lydia Elizabeth Mabee [38756] in 1815 7148
  • Died: 7 Nov 1865, Talbot Street, Malahide, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada at age 68 7148
  • Buried: Aylmer Cemetery, Aylmer, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada 7150

bullet   Another name for Samuel was Elder Elder.


bullet  General Notes:

Father: Anthony Baker b: b: 13 AUG 1754 in Yarmouth,
Barnstable, Massachusetts Death: 1817 in St John, New Brunswick
Mother: Hannah Mary Kelly Birth: 23 SEP 1753 in Dennis,
Barnsstable, Massachusetts , Death: 1792 in Northhamption,
Charleton, New Brunswick

From the Maybee Society files. Not all data is verified. Say dates are estimates and are probably within 20 years. The Maybee Society keeps its data on The Master Genealogist�, and has been modified by Gary Hester?s WIT2NOTE� to form the GedCom file. This information is also available in a TMG file. 7150

bullet  Burial Notes:

Samuel Baker / Died / Nov. 7, 1865 / Aged / 68 yrs. 7 mos., 12
dys. / Servant of God well done / Rest from thy hard employ /
The battle fought, the victory won / - Thy Master's joy /
---------- / ---------- / immortal arrow passed ----------
---------- / He fell but felt no fear / Teale, London


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

MilService, Bet 1828 and 1829, Malahide Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada. 7149 2nd Regiment Middlesex Militia

-a small blue covered pamphlet, inscribed on the front Esther
(Baker) Rosser, at the Baptist Archives, McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario
-written by himself in 1866
I was born in the Province of New Brunswick in 1797. It was
amongst the 'New Lights' that I heard that which made serious
impressions on my mind. After the death of my mother in 1806, I
left for Canada with my brother and two sisters, one being
Sarah. Then came under the teaching of Titus Finch
-fought in the War of 1812
bought 200 acres on the Talbot Road
married Lydia Mabee in the fall of 1815, then removed to
once travelled 8 miles with his brother to hear a preacher at
the house of Joseph Davis
baptized by Elder Reuben Crandall on the second Sunday of
April, 1819. Elder Eberson also preached in the area. ( Rev.
George Eberson, from New Brunswick, the father-in-law of Jesse
Baker)by 1825 was going from place to place preaching, at Bro.
Elliott's (John Elliott, the husband of Elizabeth Anderson, and
brother to Nancy Edison), at Caradoc, Wallaceburg, Walpole, the
Furnace, Chatham, Zone, and Euphemia.
was ordained in November of 1828
mentions a sister married to James Freeman
In 1836, visited his native land; had not seen his brother for
30 years. The 'New Lights' had become numerous and were now
called Free Baptist.- travelled from Woodstock up the Saint
John preaching the Gospel.
* the Baker file also contains a letter written by Vena
Augustine of Kingsville, and a poem written by a descendant,
Wilson C Gillett.


Samuel married Lydia Elizabeth Mabee [38756] [MRIN: 551604396], daughter of Oliver Mabee [38730] and Mary Smith [38754], in 1815.7148 (Lydia Elizabeth Mabee [38756] was born on 22 Jan 1797 in Charlotteville Township, Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada,7151 died on 15 Dec 1880 in Malahide, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada 7151 and was buried in Aylmer Cemetery, Aylmer, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada 7151.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Anecdote. 7152 Elizabeth Mabee, eldest daughter of Deacon Oliver, married
Elder Samuel Baker, and settled on Talbot Street, in Malahide.
In the Baker family were three sons--Simon, Oliver and Judson;
and four daughters--Rhoda, who married John Gillett, of
Malahide; Mary Jane, who married a teacher named Roach, and
settled finally in the States; Sarah, who married Cyrus Abel,
of Malahide; and Jerusha, who married in the States.

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