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Jacqueline D BakerAge: 41 years19121953

Name
Jacqueline D Baker
Married name
Jacqueline D Lunz
Birth May 31, 1912 23 30
Marriage of parentsHerbert H BakerMyrtle EagerView this family
about 1912

Census 1920 (Age 7 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherNellie Berchig
December 17, 1924 (Age 12 years)
Note: State File Number 55635
Census 1930 (Age 17 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherMillard Filmore Baker
May 20, 1937 (Age 24 years)
Death of a motherMyrtle Eager
January 8, 1943 (Age 30 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMary Alice Elkins
May 20, 1953 (Age 40 years)
Death November 29, 1953 (Age 41 years)
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Jacqueline D Baker
Birth: May 31, 1912 23 30, Los Angeles, California
Death: November 29, 1953, Kings, California
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Jacqueline D Baker
Birth: May 31, 1912 23 30, Los Angeles, California
Death: November 29, 1953, Kings, California

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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.

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.

Forty-one year old Jacqueline Baker Lunz, born 31 May 1912 in California, died 29 Nov 1953 in Kings County, California. Her father's surname was Baker and her mother's maiden name was eager.