Fayette County, Alabama
~ Whitney-Baker Family Bible ~
The Family Bible of Isaac Marion
Whitney and Elizabeth Ann Baker has been lovingly held and perserved by
the Whitney Family for more than a century. It is currently
(2003) in the
possession of their great-great-granddaughter, Jeanne Lockart-Neilon,
Whitney ~ Elizabeth Ann Baker
Isaac M. Whitney
was born ... June 24th 1830
Baker was born ... July 2nd 1837
Isaac M. Whitney
& Elizabeth A. Baker was married ... March 9th 1854
Susan Francis Whitney was born ... Jan. 22nd 1856
Richard Graves Whitney was born ... January the First A.D.
Manurva Caroline Whitney was born ...
October 4th 1859
Francis Marion Fuller Whitney was
born ... March 10th 1862
Olius Hilmon Whitney was born ...
Dec. 20th 1864
Yula Linor Whitney was born ... Dec.
William W. Whitney was born ... April
Susan F. Whitney Died ... Feb 10th
Alford Newton Baker Died ... Dec 28th
Susan Manurva Whitney Died ... Dec
Francis Fuller Baker was killed in battle ...
Dec 31st 1862
Thomas Hilmon Baker Died ... February
Martha Ann Baker Died ... January
William W. Whitney Died ... Dec. 17th
Yula Linor Whitney Died ... Dec. 25th
Francis Marion Fuller Whitney Died
... January 9th 1911
Susan Manurva Whitney was Isaac Marion Whitney's sister. She is
thought to have died of smallpox.
The war years of 1862-1863 were particularly hard for the Baker
Family. Elizabeth A. Baker Whitney's mother, Martha Ann Jones
Baker, died during that time frame, as well as her three brothers:
Alford Newton Baker, Francis Fuller Baker and Thomas Hilmon
Baker. The Walker County property of her father, Francis Richard
Baker, also was burned out by Union soldiers in 1862-1863.
The youngest Whitney children, Yula Linor and William, are thought to
have died in the Cholera epidemic of 1873.
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