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William Baker, b 1735
We believe William Baker b1735 was the grandfather of a George Baker of Portsea - but we cannot prove the link. We have the will of William b1735, but his son, William b1758 appears to have died without a will. Older William's will points to property in Brading, Newchurch, and Portsea; his daughter Jane married Capt Charles Ryder, possibly Royal Navy.


Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Brading, Hampshire

 



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