Indiana McCaslins

Herbert H BakerAge: 87 years18881975

Name
Herbert H Baker
Birth August 17, 1888 30 19
Note: also given as 19 Aug 1888 on the Social Security Death Index and the California Death database.
Birth of a brotherBurl B (Red) Baker
August 2, 1890 (Age 23 months)
Birth of a brotherMorton H Baker
June 24, 1892 (Age 3 years)
Census 1892 (Age 3 years)
Birth of a sisterGladys Lucretia Baker
May 20, 1894 (Age 5 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherSpicey Ann McCaslin
about 1898 (Age 9 years)

Note: Calculated from the 1910 US Federal Census where her husband Jacob Elkins states that he was married for 40 years.
Census 1900 (Age 11 years)
Birth of a brotherOrval T Baker
November 23, 1901 (Age 13 years)
Census 1910 (Age 21 years)
MarriageMyrtle EagerView this family
about 1912 (Age 23 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Jacqueline D Baker
May 31, 1912 (Age 23 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherJacob Kelsey Elkins
August 16, 1914 (Age 25 years)
Census 1920 (Age 31 years)
Census 1930 (Age 41 years)
Death of a fatherMillard Filmore Baker
May 20, 1937 (Age 48 years)
Death of a wifeMyrtle Eager
January 8, 1943 (Age 54 years)
Death of a motherMary Alice Elkins
May 20, 1953 (Age 64 years)
Death of a brotherBurl B (Red) Baker
June 25, 1953 (Age 64 years)
Death of a daughterJacqueline D Baker
November 29, 1953 (Age 65 years)
Death of a sisterGladys Lucretia Baker
April 13, 1964 (Age 75 years)
Death of a brotherOrval T Baker
May 24, 1973 (Age 84 years)
Death of a brotherMorton H Baker
June 11, 1974 (Age 85 years)
Death October 2, 1975 (Age 87 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1887
20 months
himself
Herbert H Baker
Birth: August 17, 1888 30 19Olympia, Thurston, Washington
Death: October 2, 1975Hanford, Kings, California
23 months
younger brother
Burl B (Red) Baker
Birth: August 2, 1890 32 21Tacoma, Pierce, Washington
Death: June 25, 1953, Kings, California
23 months
younger brother
23 months
younger sister
8 years
younger brother
Family with Myrtle Eager - View this family
himself
Herbert H Baker
Birth: August 17, 1888 30 19Olympia, Thurston, Washington
Death: October 2, 1975Hanford, Kings, California
wife
Marriage: about 1912
5 months
daughter
Jacqueline D Baker
Birth: May 31, 1912 23 30, Los Angeles, California
Death: November 29, 1953, Kings, California
Private + Myrtle Eager - View this family
wife’s husband
Private
wife

Birth
also given as 19 Aug 1888 on the Social Security Death Index and the California Death database.
Shared note
In the 1892 Washington State Census for Thurston County, 34-year-old Indiana-born M F [Millard Filmore] and is 23-year-old Arkansas-born wife Alice [Elkins] Baker have in their household two Washington-born children, 4-year-old Herbert and 2-year-old Bert [sic Burl B]. Millard has no profession listed. In the 1900 US Federal Census for Lucerne, Hanford, Kings, Caifornia, 40-year-old Indiana-born Milland F and his 31-year-old Arkansas-born wife Alice M [Elkins] Baker have been married 13 years and have had four children, all are living. These Washington-born children are 11-year-old Herbert H, 9-year-old Beryl [sic Burl], 7-year-old Morton and 6-year-old Gladys. All of the children have attended school eight months of the last year. Millard, Alice, and Gladys can read, write and speak English. Millard is a section man for the railroad. Millard's parents were born in Indiana [sic]; Alice's father was born in Virginia and her mother in Arkansas; the children's father was born in Indiana and their mother in Arkansas. In the 1910 US Federal Census for Lucerne, Kings, California, 52-year-old Indiana-born farmer M F [Millard Filmore] and his 41-year-old Arkansas-born wife M A [Alice M Elkins] Baker have been married 22 years and have had five children, all are living. These children are 21-year-old Herbert, 19-year-old Burl, 17-year-old Morton, 16-year-old Gladys and 8-year-old Orval. Herbert, Beryl, Morton and Gladys were born in Washington State whereas Orval was born in California, indicating that the family moved to California after 1900 but before 1902. The family is living in a home that Millard owns, but with a mortgage. Gladys and Orval have attended school in the past year. Millard is "working out" as a hired hand. Herbert and Beryl are machinists in a machine shop, and Morton is a clerk in a grocery store. None of them have had any months without work in the past year. Millard and Alice are recorded as being able to read. Their children can read and write. Everyone can speak English. Millard's father was born in Indiana and his mother in Pennsylvania [sic]; Alice's father was born in Virginia and her mother in Arkansas; the children's father was born in Indiana and their mother in Arkansas. On 5 Jun 1917, when 28-year-old Herbert H Baker registers for the WWI draft, he states that his home address is 406 N Harris, Hanford, Kings, California, that he was born 17 Aug 1888, in Olympia, Thurston, Washington, which makes him a natural born citizen. He is a mechanic for Patnott Garage in Hanford. Herbert is married with a wife and child and claims exemption because of them. He states his race is "American". His description is medium height and build with brown eyes and hair. He is not bald nor disabled. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Hanford, Lucerne, Kings, California, 32-year-old Washington-born Herbert H and his 38-year-old Ohio-born wife Myrtle [Eager Harper] Baker [transcribed Daker] have in their household their 7-year-old California-born daughter Jacqueline. The family is living in a house at 426 Central Ave, which Herbert owns but with a mortgage. He is a machinist for a garage. Jacqueline has attended school in the past year. Herbert and Myrtle can read, write and speak English. Herbert's father was born in Indiana and his mother in Arkansas; Myrtle's parents were born in Ohio; Jacqueline's father was born in Washington and her mother in Ohio. In the 1930 US Federal Census for Hanford, Kings, California, 41-year-old Washington-born Herbert H and his 48-year-old Ohio-born wife Myrtle [Eager Harper] Baker were married when he was 23- and she was 31-years old. They have in their household their 17-year-old California-born daughter Jacqueline. The family is living in a house at 424 [sic] Central Ave, which Herbert owns. The house is worth $3,500. They have a radio. Jacqueline has attended school in the past year. Herbert is an automobile mechanic and has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. He has not served in the military. Everyone can read, write and speak English. Herbert's father was born in Indiana and his mother in Arkansas; Myrtle's parents were born in Ohio; Jacqueline's father was born in Washington and her mother in Ohio. Herbert H Baker and his wife, Mrs. Myrtle E [Eager Harper] Baker are registered as Republicans in the 3 May 1932 Presidential Primary Election. They are living at 426 Central Avenue in Precinct 3 of Hanford, Kings, California. When Herbert H Baker, mechanic, registers for the 1938 General Election in Precinct 13, Hanford, Kings, California, he is a Democrat. Also registered for this election are his wife, Mrs Myrtle E [Eager Harper] Baker, housewife and Republican, and their daughter, Miss Jacqueline Baker, stenographer and Republican. The family is living at 426 Central Avenue. Nothing has changed for the Baker family in the 1940 General Election in Precinct 3, Hanford, Kings, California, Herbert is still a Democrat and his wife, Mrs Myrtle E [Eager Harper] Baker, and daughter, Miss Jacqueline Baker, are still Republicans. The family is living at 426 Central Avenue. In the 1942 General Election for Precinct 3, Hanford, Kings, California, Herbert Baker, mechanic, is still a Democrat and his wife, Mrs Myrtle E [Eager Harper] Baker, housewife, is still a Republican. They are still living at 426 Central Avenue, but their daughter Jacqueline is no longer in the household. In the 1944 General Election for Precinct 3, Hanford, Kings, California, Herbert Baker, mechanic, is a Republican. He is living alone at 426 Central Avenue as his wife, Myrtle [Eager Harper] Baker died on 8 Jan 1943. Herbert Baker applied for his Social Security Number in California before 1951. Herbert Baker, born 19 Aug 1888 [sic], died on 2 Oct 1975. His last residence was Hanford, Kings, California 93230.