Colonel Thomas Baker statue

Colonel Thomas Baker statue


Bakersfield, California (CA), US
Founder of Bakersfield

Colonel Baker was born in 1810, in Zanesville, Ohio, at that time a part of Virginia, and was a direct descendent of Colonel Thomas Baker, an officer in the Revolutionary war who served on the staff of General Washington. In the paternal line he traced his ancestry back to the Bakers of the west of England, members of the nobility, whose titles extended back for several hundred years.
Founder of Bakersfield

Colonel Baker was born in 1810, in Zanesville, Ohio, at that time a part of Virginia, and was a direct descendent of Colonel Thomas Baker, an officer in the Revolutionary war who served on the staff of General Washington. In the paternal line he traced his ancestry back to the Bakers of the west of England, members of the nobility, whose titles extended back for several hundred years.
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By: WacoKidd110

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