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Allen D. BAKER
Alida VAN OSTEN
Elsie A. DOCKERY
Husband:  Allen D. BAKER
Birth:  5 Feb 1828, Marion, Marion Co., OH
Death:  14 May 1906, Soldiers' Home, Marion, Grant Co., IN
Military Service: 136th Ohio National Guard
Father:  George Wheldon BAKER (1803-1881), early settler (1825) in Marion, Marion Co., OH
Mother:  Louisa D. DAVIS (1801-1885), d/o Benjamin DAVIS
Marriage-1:  22 Feb 1849
Wife-1:  Alida VAN OSTEN
Birth:  17 Jul 1828
Death:  30 Jul 1858
WARNING:  I have no proof these are her parents; the evidence is entirely circumstantial.
Father:  Isaac VAN OSTEN
Mother:  Caroline __?__
Marriage-2:  16 Feb 1859
Wife-2:  Elsie A. DOCKERY
Birth:  20 Sep 1840
Child with Alida VAN OSTEN:
1.  Oscar Albertus BAKER
Children with Elsie A. DOCKERY:
2.  Louisa A. BAKER, b. 15 Dec 1859
3.  Ella P. BAKER, b. 16 Apr 1861
4.  William H. BAKER, b. 24 Feb 1863
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Indiana, Ohio

Sources:

1.  Marge McGrew.  1999.  Descendants of Eber BAKER & Lydia SMITH (online at Heritage Pursuit).

2a.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1850 (Broderbund CD-317):  not found in Marion Co., OH, but there is a George BAKER there.  Are the newlyweds living with Allen's parents?

2b.  Census Microfilm Records:  Indiana, 1850 (Broderbund CD-302):  not found.

3a.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1860 (Broderbund CD-318):  not found, but no Ohio records on this CD.

3b.  Census Records, Indiana, 1860 (Broderbund CD-304):  not found.

4a.  Family Quest Archives:  Ohio 1870 Census Index.  Heritage Quest ACD-0014:  not found.

4b.  Family Quest Archives:  Indiana 1870 Census Index.  Heritage Quest ACD-0038:  not found.

5.  Ohio Genealogical Society.  1991.  Index to the 1880 Federal Population Census for the State of Ohio.  (Broderbund  CD-20):  no Allen D. BAKER found; no Allen BAKER found in Marion Co.  There is an Allen BAKER in Preble Co. and one in Cleveland, plus an A. BAKER in Cincinnati.

Note: 

Given the connections between VAN OSTEN, STRAUB, and DOMBAUGH in Marion Co., OH, there is a possibility that Louisa DAVIS is related to the Griselda DAVIS (1870-1960) who married Victor DOMBAUGH.  Griselda was daughter of William Zepaniah DAVIS (1839-1926), Ohio Supreme Court Judge. 

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