|Grave of Susan M. Baker (source)|
Daniel was the son of William, a farmer, and Esther Baker, and his siblings included Catherine, Amy, and Sylvester.
|1850 US Federal Census|
|1870 US Federal Census|
Rosanna, who was born in Ireland, would face one more tragedy in the next decade - the death of her husband. In 1880, she lived with her two surviving children, Sylvester and Emeline. At the age of 12, Sylvester worked in a drug store and attended school.
|1880 US Federal Census|
|1900 US Federal Census|
|1910 US Federal Census|
What about George Bediant, the couple's only surviving child? Here he is documented in the Connecticut Military Census of 1917:
|Connecticut Military Census 1917|
In 1920, George was living in Bridgeport, CT, with his wife Louise and their two small children, Viola and Louis. Louise was French and had come to the United States in 1906; she was now a naturalized citizen. George worked as a machine operator in a cartridge shop.
|1920 US Federal Census|
Louis Bedient enlisted in World War II in December 1941. At that point he was single and 64 inches tall. He later married Anne Marcy, had two children, and worked as a machinist. He died in 1988 in Danbury, CT; Anne died in 2003.
- William Baker (1793-) m. Esther (1809-)
- Catherine O. Baker (1831-)
- Amy Ann Baker (1832-)
- Daniel P. Baker (1837-before 1880) m. Rosanna (1838-before 1910)
- Susan M. Baker (1858-1871)
- Emeline Baker (1860-1869)
- William Baker (1864-1869)
- Salena A. Baker (1865-1868)
- Sylvester Baker (1868-before 1900)
- Emeline Baker (1870-before 1940) m. George S. Bedient (1869-before 1930)
- George Harrison Bedient (1890-after 1940) m. Louise (1891-before 1940)
- Viola Bedient (1916-)
- Louis G. Bedient (1918-1988) m. Anne Marcy (1915-2003)
- Two children (living)
- Unnamed child (d. young)
- Sylvester H. Baker (1839-)