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Mary Baker (1754)

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Mary Baker
Born in Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., MAmap
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26 AUG 1754
Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., MA[1]


  • Source: S471 Author: Farnbach, Karen Title: My Ancestry Abbreviation: My Ancestry Publication: RootsWeb/9 Jan 2005 Note: Author appears to have done conscientious research. Provides many sources under Notes*. Where no other sources are noted, author uses LDS sources. n the case of the Fales line, it is clear that the LDS source is based on the book, "The Fales Family of Bristol, Rhode Island" by D.C. Fales. Repository: #R149 Media: Electronic Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Repository: R149 Name: RootsWeb Web Address:
  1. Source: #S471


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