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John Baker was born in 1598 in England and died in about 1680 in Massachusetts, North America. He arrived in 1637 Charlestown, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, North America. In 1638 he owned a house on High Street on a lot of land. On 2 Jun 1641 he took the freeman's oath. In 1644 he was licensed to sell liquor. In 1647 he was licensed to sell beer. He was in 1664, 1665 and 1666 an Inn Holder. He owned between 1670 and 1678 a farm of 150 acres in Topsfield, Essex County, Massachusetts, North America. He married in 1626 in Horsmonded, Kent, England to Elizabeth Day (c.1600 - c.1679).

LineageEdit

John Baker (1598 - 1680)

m. Elizabeth Day (c.1600 - c.1679)

Capt. Thomas Baker (1636 - 1718)

m. Priscilla Symonds (1648 - 1733)

John Baker, Esq. (1690 - 1734)

m. Mary Perley (c.1697 - 1738)

Mary Ann Baker (c.1724 - )

m. Lt. John Boardman ( - 1755)

Capt. Francis Boardman (1748 - 1828)

m. Mary Hodges (1752 - 1828)

Mary Boardman (1778 - 1840)

Capt. Francis Boardman Crowninshield (1809 - 1877)

m. Sarah Gool Putnam (1810 - 1880)

Alice Crowninshield (1839 - 1926)

m. Josiah Bradlee III (1837 - 1902)

Frederick Josiah Bradlee I (1866 - 1951)

m. Elizabeth Whitwell Thomas (1868 - 1952)

Frederick Josiah Bradlee, Jr. (1892 - 1970)

m. Chevalier Josephine de Gersdorff (1896 - 1975)

Chevalier Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee (1921 - 2014)

m. Sally Sterling Quinn (b. 1941)

Chevalier Quinn Josiah Crowninshield Bradlee, KJ (b. 1982)

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BooksEdit

Marriage Edit

  • The Pioneers of Massachusetts; A Disriptive List Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns, and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous Documents, 2007, by Charles Henry Pope, p. 28.

Occupation Edit

  • The Pioneers of Massachusetts; A Disriptive List Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns, and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous Documents, 2007, by Charles Henry Pope, p. 28.

Children Edit

  • The Pioneers of Massachusetts; A Disriptive List Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns, and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous Documents, 2007, by Charles Henry Pope, p. 28.

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