Mrs. Bakeman was bone June 1839, at Crivitz, Germany and came to the United States when she was 15 years old, going to near Chicago. She and her husband pioneered twice, first in Peshtigo, Wisconsin, and later here. Mr. Bakeman died ten years ago.
Mrs. Bakeman is survived by four sons, W. E. and C. J. Bakeman of Snohomish and George and John F. Bakeman of Seattle; one daughter, Mrs. Emma Jackson of Snohomish, nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services have been set for Tuesday ar 2 pm at Bakeman and Whute's chapel where Christian Science services will be read. Interment will bee in the family plot at G.A.R. cemetery.
(Note: The Bartels
and the Bakeman Families came from Crivitz, Mechlinburg (also Mecklenberg),
now part of Germany. Louisa Dorothea Bartels Bakeman, her husband
John, father Crist Bartels, three sons, George, John, Charles and one daughter
Emily lived in town of Peshtigo, surviving the Great Peshtigo Fire of October
8, 1871. They continued to live there until 1884 when the family moved
to Snohomish, Washington) (notes: Please also
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