My 13th (?) gfather was Alexander Baker. London to Boston on the Elizabeth and Anne in 1635. Are we related?

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His wife was Elizabeth and with them were two children...one of which was named Christian.
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If you are referring to Alexander Nathaniel Baker, then yes. He was married to Elizabeth Farrar but travelled to America on a ship called the "Elizabeth and Anne."
by Jeffrey Baker G2G Crew (630 points)
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I don't really know, but I would be delighted if we were.  My female ancestor, Hannah Foster Baker married my male ancestor, Arannah aka Arunah Small, in the early 1800's on Cape Cod.  They named my great grandfather Arunah also.   I haven't found any geneological background on Hannah yet.
by Steve Small G2G Crew (770 points)
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This is a part of my family line.... My Baker's were from Leslie County Kentucky.  Gus Baker was my grandfather.  His father was Adam, and Adam's father was Russell.
by Anne Baker G2G4 (4.3k points)

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