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Anne (Baker) Wilcox (1761 - 1813)

Anne Wilcox formerly Baker
Born in Ira, Rutland County, Vermontmap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married Apr 1791 in Palmyra, Wayne County, New Yorkmap
Descendants descendants
Died at age 52 in Palmyra, Palmyra, Wayne, New York, United Statesmap
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Anna /Baker/[1][2] was born May 27 1761 in Ira, Rutland, Vermont (Or Nova Scotia, Canada).

She married April 1791 in Palmyra, Wayne County, New York.[3][4]


  1. Gary Boyd Roberts, Notable Kin, Volume One, Carl Boyer, 3rd; Location: Santa Clarita, California; Date: 1998; Published in cooperation with the New England Historic genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts
  2. #S65 Record for Joseph Baker
  3. Darla Cooper, Ann Baker, MacDuffie, Cooper Family Tree and all its assorted branches (World Connect GEDCOM; last updated 1 Sep 2009)
  4. Norvan L. Johnson, Anna Baker, Hardin Clay Roots #1 (World Connect; last updated 22 Oct 2015)

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The birth date of 1805 is not possible is she is the mother of Wilcox-5 who was born in 1796. It also makes her 42 years older than her husband Wilcox-6. It also doesn't work with her death date as listed of 1813, which would make her 8 years old at death, an unlikely age to be already a mother.

Her father Baker-1252 died in 1796 so she must have been born about 1797 at the latest. Other trees I have compared her to all have a birth date of either 1760 or 1764, so I would suggest the latter date be used provisionally, pending further research.

posted by Rod Carty

Rejected matches › Ann Baker (bef.1760-)

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