Biography of Auston S. Baker
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Baker, Austin S., Danby, p. o., was born in Mount Holly, Vt., in 1824; has held many town offices; was superintendent of schools four years: a justice of the peace many years, and a man much valued as a law counselor and advisor in his town. He has taught school winters for over forty years, and gives attention to his farm at intervals. He was married, in 1848, to Betsey M. Green, of Danby, a daughter of Rev. Orange Green, of Danby. They have two children, Helen M., who married L. P. Howe. a deputy sheriff of the county, and Charles S. Austen S. settled with his parents, Stephen and Susanna (Mathewson) Baker, in Canby in 1828. They were natives of Rhode Island. They were married and first settled in Danby in 1798, and soon after returned to Rhode Island, and in 1828 he again returned to Danby with his family of ten children, six of whom are now living, Benjamin M., Orean. Austen S., John F. (who enlisted on the nine months call in the 14th Vermont Regiment and served from 1862 to 1863), Elizabeth and Philena S. Mrs Baker died in 1871, aged eighty six years. and Mr. Baker was born in 1778, and died in 1853.

From:
History of Rutland County, Vermont
Edited by: H. P. Smith and W. S. Rann
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1886


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