Surname: Mace

Charles F Baker

Baker Family of Taunton Massachusetts

The Baker family of Taunton, the head of which was the late Charles F. Baker, who for years was one of the successful business men of Taunton, his adopted city, esteemed and respected for his many noble qualities of mind and heart, springs from the old Swansea-Rehoboth family of the name, the progenitor of which was John Baker. Little is known of the latter save that his wife was formerly Susannah Wood, and that he died in 1767. From this (I) John Baker of Swansea and Rehoboth the descent of the late Charles F. Baker, the head of the Taunton family under consideration, is through Nathaniel, Joseph, Levi and Caleb W. Baker.

Charles F. Baker

Descendants of John Baker of Rehobeth, MA

The Baker family of Taunton, the head of which was the late Charles F. Baker, who for years was one of the successful business men of Taunton, his adopted city, esteemed and respected for his many noble qualities of mind and heart, springs from the old Swansea-Rehoboth family of the name, the progenitor of which was John Baker. Little is known of the latter save that his wife was formerly Susannah Wood, and that he died in 1767. From this (I) John Baker of Swansea and Rehoboth the descent of the late Charles F. Baker, the head of the Taunton family under consideration, is through Nathaniel, Joseph, Levi and Caleb W. Baker.

Mace, Emery Mrs. – Obituary

Joseph, Wallowa County, Oregon Mrs. Emery Mace Dies At Joseph Home. Mrs. Emery Mace passed away at her home in Joseph Tuesday, July 26, following a short illness and her body is being taken by Booth-Bollman ambulance to Yakima for funeral services at Shaw & Sons Chapel and for burial. Mrs. Mace was born Amelia Edwin in Freeborn County, Minn., May 3, 1875, daughter of Haldor and Martha Edwin. She was married in Minnesota in 1895 to Simon Olson who passed away in October of 1935. On May 20, 1950 she married at Joseph to Emery A. Mace who survives

Mace, Emery Mrs. – Obituary

Joseph, Wallowa County, Oregon Mrs. Emery Mace died at her home in North Joseph, Sunday, November 1st, 1942, at the age of 50 years. Mrs. Mace had been ill but for a short time and did not appear seriously ill when she succumbed to a sudden heart attack. Margaret Snell was born on the small homestead on Imnaha January 13, 1892, the youngest daughter of Roy and Ida Snell. She spent her girlhood on the Imhaha and was married to Emery Mace February 28, 1911. Mr. and Mrs. Mace lived for a year or more on their Snake River ranch

Klecker, Emil – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Emil Klecker Services Friday Emil Klecker, who with his wife lived on S. River St. in Enterprise at the former Jack Dixon residence, passed away yesterday, November 6, 1957 at his home. He was born July 27, 1887 in Germany, son of Bernard and Ottille Klecker. He had lived in Oregon for the past 30 years and in Wallowa County for two and one half years. On February 5, 1916 he was married at Portland to Bertha Kolassa. He was a retired logging blacksmith. He is survived by his wife Bertha of Enterprise; a daughter, Mrs.

Mace, Emery A. – Obituary

Joseph, Wallowa County, Oregon Emery A. Mace Dies At Joseph. Emery Alvey Mace passed away September 2, 1960 at his home in Joseph following several months of failing health. Memorial services were Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Bollman Chapel, with the Rev. A.L. Kintner officiating. Mrs. A. L. Kintner was organist and Paul Wilkinson, soloist, sang “Beyond The Sunset” and “He Givith More Grace.” Casket bearers were: Hugh Estes, Frank Shevlin, John Baxter, Harry Johnson, Melvin Bue and Guy Mitchell, and internment was in the Enterprise cemetery. Mr. Mace had been a resident of Wallowa County for the past