Person:Albert A. Baker

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Albert A. Baker

 Monument Sculptor

Born:April 3, 1828, New York
Died:July 21, 1901, Madison County, AL
Buried:Maple Hill Cemetery
Residence:209 Lincoln Street SE


Notes:

•  "Albert A. Baker (1828-1901) was a native of New York. Many of the beautiful monuments in Maple Hill were produced in his shop, founded in 1851, on the west side of Washington Street near the Square." - About.com

•  Father of:
1. Romeo W. Baker; born Dec. 16, 1850, New York; died Jan. 4, 1904, Madison County, AL
2. Etta Baker Fulgham; born 1867; died 1899
3. Alva A. Baker in Maple Hill Cemetery (Born Sep. 6. 1860) (Died Mar. 21, 1880) - Find A Grave

•  Wife: Lavinia Lucy Cable Baker (1824 - 1902) - Find A Grave

•  "Baker A.A. Huntsville Marble Works, w s Washington near n c Public Square opp Johnson House, h n w c Mill and Holmes." w=west, s=south, n=north, c=corner. h probably means home. - 1860 Huntsville City Directory


Related Links:
•  1860 Huntsville City Directory - 1859 -1860 Huntsville, Alabama City Directory, Published in 1859 by Coltart & Son
•  About.com - List of people buried in Maple Hill Cemetery
•  Find A Grave - Created by Graveaddiction and submitted May 16, 2004
•  Find A Grave for daughter - Created by Graveaddiction and submitted May 15, 2005


The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  209 Lincoln Street SE



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