Associated Person

Linked to Site(s):

Country's House  

John Baker

Occupation: Glover, innholder, councilman, sherfiff, appraiser
Born:
Death: 1687
Ethnicity: Anglo
Religion: Unknown
Place of Birth: Unknown
Place of Death: Unknown
Mother's Name: Unknown
Mother's Origin: Unknown
Father's Name: Unknown
Father's Origin: Unknown
Estate Value (£ s d): 1804.53 (89.25 value labor)
Slaves: 3
Servants: 3
Name of SpouseDate of MarriageMarriage Place
Elizabeth Bateman  Unknown
Name of ChildBirth Date
John Baker  
TractAcreageReferenceNotes
Baker's Plains600 Cz#3, 110 (according to Carr) Caroline County
Shadwell500 NS#2, 5 (according to Carr) Dorchester County
Shaeles510 1B&1L#C, 128 (according to Carr) Dorchester County
Burford's Hope500 NS#2, 4 (according to Carr) Dorchester County
Cheapside500 NS#2, 3 (according to Carr) Kent County
Bakers Choice500 NS#2, 7 (according to Carr) Kent County
Grove500 NS#2, 6 (according to Carr) Kent County
Unnamed tract1 19, 592 (according to Carr) St. Mary's City
Probably Country House1 CB#2, 189 (according to Carr) St. Mary's City
ReferenceTypeDatePersonsNotes
Prerogative Court Inventories and Accounts Liber 10 p. 111, 115 InventoryJune 20, 1687Appraisers: John Lewellin, Tho. Grunwin(?)Devised June 12, 1687

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