I am working as a freelance consultant in Lake Elsinore California.
Here's my Grandfather Charles Baker. He traveled the highways working crops in his home state of Arkansas and in Michigan and Florida. It is only fitting and my way to honor him that he is now traveling the Information Super Highway.
I am working on a book about the Baker family in Arkansas. My first effort will be about all the Bakers listed in the Arkansas Census. I have all of the Bakers listed in the both the 1850 and 1860 census that I could find. It totals 319 families and 1404 individuals. If you have a Baker from Arkansas that was alive in 1850 or 1860 you should find them here. Let me know if you can link up with one. Also please help me with the spelling of the names as I have taken them from the census records and some of them are faded and in a curious handwriting.
I have moved my own Baker Family, Burel, and Arkansas 1850-1860-1870 gedcoms to gencircles so I can take advantage of the smart match feature they have there. Please use the links below to access those files. The Burel file is a different spelling of the Burelle name in my own file as it seems that the Gwinnett County Georgia familes now go by Burel. Smartmatch does not currently support soundex.
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If you have any questions or comments, send email to: Dwight