Leon is listed as "black" in his birth record.
In 1910 the family was split between two residences in Union, Kentucky. Leon, along with sons Will and Ben, were in their home and working as a farmers. Martha, was living in the home of Thomas Addison And Mary A. Huey, where she worked as a servant. Younger son Lennie lived with her and worked as a "hired man," while five-year-old Maggie Bell was listed as a "boarder."
2 May 1857
Place of birth
Marriage: circa 1882
Baker, James Lennie
Baker, George F.
Fisher, Maggie Bell Baker
11 Jun 1914
Place of death
Death and burial information
Greendale Cemetery (Greendale, Ind.)
Slaveholder(s): Baker, Stewart
FindAGrave.com, memorial #64762620
Filter by property
|Baker, Henryette E.||Child(ren)||Person|
|Frazier, Martha Ellen||Spouse(s)||Person|
|Baker, William Amos||Father||Person|
|Baker, Gulliver Lee||Father||Person|
|Baker, Benjamin Franklin||Father||Person|