aker Family Roots
I've started a page with my previous introductions to this site, it's kind of a way to record my journey into our family tree.
If you are interested in reading them, visit Baker Family Roots Diary
It's almost been a years since my mom passed away,
I never got a chance to post the intro I wrote last Christmas Day, so today I just uploaded it to my diary section, if you want to read it.
We lost my dear mother Roxie on October 7, 2019 when her years long kidney disease finally took it's finally toll on her body and she couldn't fight any more.
I honor her legacy as a mom, grandmother and nana-great. She will always be our QueenBee.
I know that she and our father Paul Trimbath are dancing together once again and as our young granddaughter said she is competitve, she likes to bowl,
I bet she's bowling. I'm working on a new page dedicated to Paul and Roxie, detailing their life together and the beautiful family they created, beginning in 1960.
Take a mintue to check out Our Trimbath Family for a peek into the life of a Pennsylvania coal miners son turned Army/Air Force career
Veteran marries a Kansas Farm Girl.
I've created a page dedicated to our direct Baker Ancestors beginning with Alexander Baker the 1st Baker in our line in America. On this page linked above,
I begin with Alexander who came from London in 1635 with his wife and 2 daughters. I'm outlining each generation and including as much source information as possible.
I'm also working to correct a long standing error, for years it had been believed that Alexander's wife was Elizabeth Farrar, Flourney or Flurnoy.
This has been proven to be false and you can read more about why here on this page Alexander Baker and Elizabeth Farrar
While searching into the Baker origins I found a DNA group of Baker descendants who are researching their male Y DNA back to their oldest identifiable ancestor.
Tony had his Y DNA tested and we have identified several cousins and have linked back to Alexander Baker who came to Boston in 1635.
You can find out more about this group at Baker Ancestors ; Alexander Baker's group is #25 light yellow.
We also have a yahoo group and you can read messages on the website or join the group and have messages sent directly to your email account.
If you are male Baker who would like to join our DNA group please visit Baker DNA Website, we'd love to have you join us.
Trimbath / Buksar / Hruby / Medleck
Tower Hill #1
My trip to Republic several years ago turned up several new clues into my search for my father's family.
I made lots of new memories, visited churches, cemeteries and came home with copies of pictures and documents dating back into the 1930's.
I've put together a special page about the families who left their homelands in Austria/Hungary to settle in the coal mining "patches".
Life was hard but promised a future to those who survived to come to America for a better life. Please take a minute to visit Patches of Fayette County
and learn a little about these hardworking people.
On my grandmothers side, I was able to find out more about her Slovak roots. Then shortly after we returned home I received a letter in the mail from one of the
churches my great grandparents attended. We visited them while we were there and spoke with the parish secretaries. Enclosed were four baptism records.
Three for my grandmother's brother and his wife's children and 1 for my great grandparents following the birth of their youngest child.
This one piece of paper contained the clue I had been waiting for, the birth villages of my great grandparents. They were from Markusovce and Lieskovany,
Spis, Slovakia. I've learned a lot about the area and checked out the church records.
Please take a look at my web page all about the area, you can reach it at: Markusovce, Spis, Slovakia.
James Emery War of 1812
James Emery is the fourth great grandfather of my husband Tony. He was 20 years old when he enlisted 18 Jun 1812 at Centerville, Queen Anne County, Maryland
under Lt. Clinton Wright. In honor of the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. I have put together a page about his service and life following the war.
James died in 1881 at the age of 89 years. In the summer of 2011 Tony and I traveled to Allegan County, Michigan to visit the area he spent the last years of his life.
My husband's lines are just loaded with English ancestors. Lucky dog, he has tons of colonial roots. I'm a third generation American on both my mother and fathers lines, makes it a
little harder to trace. Check out this page to find more about how the English settled the United States and perhaps find a English ancestor or two of your own. Records from
England are plentiful and they are in "English" I've included a couple maps and some links to help you get started.
I have included information on Ridgeway Family, which is a very old English line.
Bukovina to America
Click the link above to view my page dedicated to the Bukovina-Germans who left their German homelands to emigrate to Bukovina and then on to America,
settling in Ellis, Kansas. It is an honor for me to say that I can claim such a rich heritage.
BIONAZ / BOCHE
Did I say the web is a great way to have cousins find you? It sure is I received mail from both Eugene Boggiatto and Michael Boggiatto, cousins of my husband Tony.
Eugene is the son of Antonio Pasquale Boggiatto and Mary Gasperine Boche. Mary is the sister of Tony's Great Grandmother Orpheline Boche Bionaz.
It is so much fun renewing old family relationships and making new one. Just recently I have been talking with a new cousin and exploring the Ducley/Ducly lines,
she descends from the brother of our Charlotte Ducley who married Peter Boche. Click on the link above to learn more about Bionaz and the Valle D'Aosta, Italy.
Do you have a Dutch Uncle?, check out this page for information on our Dutch family lines. My husbands line include several very Dutch names such as
Huyck, Van Valkenburg, Ouderkirk, Van den Burg, Clauw, Scharp. You'll find links to several Dutch web sites and information on the Roots Mailing list, Dutch Colonies.
I think I was on the wrong track with this Bodine family so I've pulled the webpage about them and I'm directing everyone to Dave Bodine's wonderful website.
Just click the link above. Mary Ann Bodine Martin is still from New Jersey, but I'm not sure about her parents. This is one puzzle that needs more work.
Our Mayflower Family Lines
COOKE / MITCHELL / WASHBURN / LEACH / HOWE / HUYCK / BAKER
Francis Cooke and his son John came to America with the first group of Separatists on the Mayflower in 1620. Previously he had arrived in Holland as early as 1603,
and he was or became a member of the congregation of Clyfton/Robinson Separatists who came from Scrooby, England to Leyden, Holland.
His daughter Jane came to America with her mother on the Anne in 1623. Jane Cooke married Experience Mitchell and their daughter Elizabeth married John Washburn.
My husband Tony is Francis Cooke and Hester Mahieu 11th great grandson.
CHILTON / WINSLOW / LATHAM / WASHBURN / LEACH / HOWE / HUYCK / BAKER
Mary Chilton came on the Mayflower at the young age of 13, and popular legend gives her the distinction of being the first female to step ashore at Plymouth.
Her father James Chilton died 18 Dec 1620 aboard the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor.
This line descends down to Hannah Latham who married Joseph Washburn a descendant of Francis Cooke. My husband Tony is Mary Chilton and John Winslow's 10th great grandson.
Our Family 2016
Updated Family Files as of 9-17-2020
Link to my surname webpages, here you will find over 600 years of our family tree. Tree currently contains 13573 individuals, in 4698 family groups.
If you find a connection or a correction, please contact me, I'd love to hear from you
Searching Your Roots
US GenWeb Project-Great Place to Start Your Search
Cyndi's List - Hundreds of Places to Look
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