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Dutch & Kathy's Web

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Our goal is to share some stuff and have some fun.

Dutch will share his genealogy stuff, and Kathy will share a few thoughts on Snow Skiing. We hope you enjoy our site

Dutch's Genealogy

Genealogy Home Page

Here is where you will find my Family Tree. Over 3000 individuals and over 950 families. Full search by SURNAME. If you find a connection, please write me! I love to meet new "cousins".

The majority of these names relate to the following families:

BAKER: Descending from Henry BAKER of Garrard county, Kentucky. Henry was born about 1803, and is the first BAKER we can find in our line. Would love to find his parents or any siblings. Henry had one known son, William Perry BAKER. Wm. Perry fought in the Civil War with Company "H" of the 7th Kentucky Cavalry (Union), and later belonged to the veterans organization, GAR Post 350, in Greenfield, Greene, IL.


Dwight's BAKER Home Page w/ Lots of Links to Other BAKER pages
Julie's BAKER Home Page
Leslie's BAKER/BOLIN Home Page

GARRARD: The most famous of this line is Governor James GARRARD, the 2nd governor of Kentucky. Almost all of the families listed in the book "Governor Garrard of Kentucky" by Anna Russell des Cognets are represented here, including the additions and corrections in "A Postscript About the Garrard Family" by Louis des Cognets, Jr.

If you have additional GARRARD information that links to any of these families, please write me.

GHOLSON: Much as been written about many lines of the GHOLSONS, but very little about my direct line. Most of my information has come from a book "Gholson and Allied Families" by Virginia Mitchell Baker. However, I must also credit several GHOLSON researchers on the 'Net for helping me add information on some of the older generations.

McCOY: This has been one of my most frustrating lines. And it isn't even that old. My first McCOY is David Robert McCOY, who marries Flora Ann GHOLSON in Navarro county, Texas in 1850. I know he enlisted in the Texas Mounted Volunteers during the Mexican War, but little else is known. He supposedly died 1865/1870 in Van Zandt county, Texas. However, no records can be found.

REVENBOER: My father's line, direct from The Netherlands. A Dutch citizen and pilot in the Royal Dutch Air Force, he came to the U.S. to learn to fly fighter jets. Tracing these families in Holland has been fun, and a challenge.


The 7th Kentucky Cavalry (Union)

Come to the 7th KY Cav Home Page to learn more about this Regiment and it's men. Many researchers have sent additional information on individuals who served. Feel free to send me any data you would like posted.

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Kathy's Stuff

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This is a color portrait circa 1898 of the
Reuben Henry BAKER family

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l to r front row: Reuben Henry, Minnie Gore, Josephine
l to r back row: Andrew, John Perry, Will J.

This sign is at the entrance to
Bomar Point Cemetery, Carter co., OK
final resting place for Reuben H. Baker
and his grandson, John G. Baker

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last modified: May 11, 1998

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