Henry inherited one fifth of Jacob's land which was about ninety-six acres. One third was bottom land and the two thirds was upland. The bequest included the improvements to the land where he was currently living.
One of the three Henry Baker households in German Township, Clark County, Ohio in 1830 included a man between 40 and 49 (born between 1780-1790, a woman between 40 and 39, a boy and a girl between 10 and 14, a boy between 5 and 9, and a boy and a girl under 5.
In 1840 there were also three Henry Baker households in German Township. One household included a man 50 through 59, a woman between 40 and 49, a man and a woman between 20 and 29, a boy between 15 and 19, and a boy and a girl between 10 and 14. This household lived next to the Elizabeth (widow of Philip), Eve (widow of Martin), and Jacob Baker households. This looks like the Henry son of Jacob.
From an Ohio newspaper in 1840.
In 1831 Page County, Virginia was
Counties. Originally it was part of Frederick County.
Clark County, Ohio was formed March 1, 1817, from Champaign, Madison and Greene Counties. The first settlement was in 1796. The inhabitants of German Township were German Lutherans who came from Virginia.