To summarize, two women maiden names Baker both end up in Edgartown in 1651. They have that in common.
Joice is married in Ashford, Kent and said by Banks in The History of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts to be “dau. of Richard and Margaret Baker of Ashford 22 Jan. 1623-4, who was bapt. 30 May 1602. Her father was a miller of Ashford and the family had resided in Kent for many generations.” She got connected to a couple from Shrophire because no records for a Richard and Margaret Baker of Kent pop up on the internet. Those two can get detached. She and her husband and kids immigrate in 1637 and settle in Dorchester before they go to the Vineyard about 1651.
For Ann, there are no records (so far) until she gets married in Dedham, Mass in 1639. They too move to the Vineyard about 1651. There is a passenger list for her “sister’s” immigration but I don’t think she is on it.
Can anyone who knows Kent records weigh in on Richard Baker, miller of Ashford? Does he exist?