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William Baker

b. about 1799, d. 25 January 1882

Family Surname

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Birth

William Baker was born about 1799 in England.1

Family life

Married on 19 July 1844 in Bathurst, NSW. Catholic||Both lived at Campbell's River (recorded as "Camel's River"!). He was C of E but she was "Roman Catholic"2,3

Children with Eliza Connors (b. about 1809, d. 31 January 1876)

DaughterBetsey (b. about 1840, d. after 1876)
DaughterAgnes Baker (b. about 1842, d. after 1876)
SonJohn Baker (b. about 1846, d. after 1876)
DaughterSusannah Baker+ (b. about 1848, d. 14 October 1907)
SonWilliam Baker (b. about 1851, d. after 1876)

Migration

William Baker immigrated about 1822 to Sydney, NSW, Australia.1

Working life

  • On 2 May 1866 William Baker was a farmer in Dunns Plains.4
  • On 31 January 1876 William Baker was a farmer in Triangle Creek.3,5

Residence information

William Baker lived at Dunns Plains in Bathurst, NSW, in 1866.4

Death

William Baker died on 25 January 1882 at Triangle Flat in Rockley. old age6,1 He was buried on 27 January 1882 at Jumpers Flat in Rockley.1

Citations

  1. [S442] Death Certificate, William Baker, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, Vol 1882 No 5905.
  2. [S319] Marriage Certificate, William Baker and Eliza Connors, 19 July 1844, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW. Vol 94 No 285.
  3. [S435] Death Certificate, Eliza Baker, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, Vol 1876 No 4603.
  4. [S344] Marriage Certificate, David Press and Susannah Baker, 2 May 1866, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW. 1866/1454 (42).
  5. [S454] Death Certificate, Susan Press, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, Vol 1907 No 15520.
  6. [S436] Baker x 3 Gravestone, Cemetery, Jumpers Flat; James Fleming, 25 Jan 1882.
Last Edited21 August 2018