See also

Family of James Tucker CARPENTER and Mary Anne BAKER

Husband: James Tucker CARPENTER (1808-1883)
Wife: Mary Anne BAKER (1809- )
Children: William Baker CARPENTER (1836- )
Caroline Emily CARPENTER (1837- )
Mary Ann CARPENTER (1839- )
James Henry CARPENTER (1841-1918)

Husband: James Tucker CARPENTER

Name: James Tucker CARPENTER1
Sex: Male
Father: James CARPENTER (1776- )
Mother: Elizabeth TUCKER ( - )
Birth 1808 Great Bradley - Tiverton, Devon, England
Baptism 6 Jun 1808 (age 0) Tiverton, Devon, England
Occupation Farmer
Death 17 Jan 1883 (age 74-75) Bunkersland - Tiverton, Devon, England
Cause: Diabetes, Bright's Disease

Wife: Mary Anne BAKER

Name: Mary Anne BAKER1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1809 Butterleigh, Devon, England

Child 1: William Baker CARPENTER

Name: William Baker CARPENTER1
Sex: Male
Birth 1836 Great Bradley - Tiverton, Devon, England

Child 2: Caroline Emily CARPENTER

Name: Caroline Emily CARPENTER1
Sex: Female
Spouse: John CARPENTER (1835-1915)
Birth 1837 Tiverton, Devon, England

Child 3: Mary Ann CARPENTER

Name: Mary Ann CARPENTER1
Sex: Female
Birth 1839 Tiverton, Devon, England

Child 4: James Henry CARPENTER

Name: James Henry CARPENTER1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Mary Ann CARPENTER (1844-1912)
Birth 1841 Tiverton, Devon, England
Death 1918 (age 76-77) Haywards Heath, Sussex, England

Note on Husband: James Tucker CARPENTER

The family lived at Great Bradley, and Bunkersland, Tiverton. At the time of his death James owned 5 farms totalling about 1000 acres. Under the terms of his will, of which William Baker Carpenter was an Executor, he left one of his farms to two of his grandsons, Great Bradley to William Baker Carpenter and various other bequests to his sisters.. The impression given by Alfred oney Carpenter was that to meet the ters of the will, William Baker had to sell Great Bradley.


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