Indiana McCaslins

Burl B (Red) BakerAge: 62 years18901953

Birth August 2, 1890 32 21
Birth of a brotherMorton H Baker
June 24, 1892 (Age 22 months)
Census 1892 (Age 16 months)
Birth of a sisterGladys Lucretia Baker
May 20, 1894 (Age 3 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherSpicey Ann McCaslin
about 1898 (Age 7 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 9 years)
Birth of a brotherOrval T Baker
November 23, 1901 (Age 11 years)
Census 1910 (Age 19 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherJacob Kelsey Elkins
August 16, 1914 (Age 24 years)
Census 1920 (Age 29 years)
Census 1930 (Age 39 years)
Death of a fatherMillard Filmore Baker
May 20, 1937 (Age 46 years)
Death of a motherMary Alice Elkins
May 20, 1953 (Age 62 years)
Death June 25, 1953 (Age 62 years)
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Marriage: about 1887
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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 27-year-old Burl Baker registers for the WWI Draft, he states that his residence is Hotel Hanford, Danty [?] and 7th, Hanford, Kings, California, that he was born 2 Aug 1890 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, and that he is a natural born citizen. He is a mechanic at Patnott Garrage [sic] at 121 E 7th. He is single with no dependents, has no military experience and does not claim an exemption. His race is caucasian. His description is medium height and build, with brown eyes and hair. He is not bald and has no disqualifying physical conditions. He signs the card "B Baker".

In the 1920 US Federal Census for Lucerne, Kings, California, 61-year-old Indiana-born farmer Millard F and his 50-year-old Arkansas-born wife Mary A [Alice M Elkins] Baker have in their household their children, 29-year-old Washington-born Burl B and 18-year-old California-born Orval T. Millard owns the land he is farming, free of mortgage. Burl is a garage mechanic. Orval is a plumber's apprentice. Everyone can read, write and speak English. 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. Living next door is Millard and Alice's son, Morton H Baker and his family.

In the 1930 US Federal Census for Hanford, Kings, California, 38-year-old Washington-born Burl and his wife 27-year-old Kansas-born Stella [Ryan] Baker [transcribed Buker] were married when he was 30- and she was 19-years old [abt 1922]. They have in their household their sons, 5-year-old Pennsylvania-born Norman, and one-year 6-month old Maynard. The family is living at 321 West 16th Street in a house that Burl owns, worth $2,000. They have a radio. Burl is an auto mechanic and has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. He is a veteran of WWI. Burl and Stella can read, write and speak English. Burl's father was born in Indiana and his mother in Arkansas; Stella's father was born in Indiana and her mother in Kansas; the children's father was born in Washington and their mother in Kansas.

Sixty-two year old Burl Baker, born 2 Aug 1890 in Washington, died 25 Jun 1953 in Kings County, California. His father's surname was Baker and his mother's maiden name was Elkins.