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Subject: Re: [BRE] Philip Baker in Somerset and Bedford Co. PA
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 02:01:41 EST
Yes you are correct. After Philip Baker died, Catherine marred Jacob Teeter.
The Story I have seen is Catherine was coaxed into the second marriage and
that her husband was very cruel to her. Catherine is buried in the NcNeal
Cemetery in Kosciusko Co., ,Indiana. Catherine and most of her children had move
to Kosciusko Co., Indiana by 1850 or a little after that.
The Gospel Visitor March 1864 page 95
Died January 20 in the Washington congregation Kosciusko co. Indiana,
sister CATHARINE BAKER, aged 78 years 7 months and 7 days. Funeral address by I
Lawshe, A Black and G Workman from Rev. 2: 11. She a much esteemed member of
the church for 50 years.
Is it possible that this is the widow Catherine Baker who married on 29 Oct
1832 Knox Co OH, Jacob Teeter [1783-1863] widower of Margaret Ling? The
story is that the Baker and Teeter children could not adjust to each other
so Jacob and Catherine parted. According to Jacob's obit in the Gospel
Visitor, he was a member of the Owl Creek German Baptist Brethren
> Philip Baker son of Phillip Baker and Elizabeth was born 1763? in
> Co., PA, and died 1828 in Knox Co., OH.
> He married Catherine Brallier, daughter of Christian Brollier and Polly
> Longbaugh. She
> was born August 27, 1786 in Bedford Co., PA, and died January 20, 1864 in
> Kosciusko Co.,
> Olympia, Wash