Alexander Porter Baird and Martha Oliver Baird
Alex cash-claimed a quarter in 30, 8N 48W in 1891.
Joseph H. Baird cash-claimed a quarter in 1890 in 6, 7N 43W - that's about thirty miles away in Phillips County.
Hanson M. Baird cash-claimed a quarter in 1890 in 26, 7N 45W - about twenty miles away, still in Phillips County.
Ruthann / Ruthan Baird cash-claimed in 1894 and 1895 in 7N 44W and 8N 44W, also the east end of Phillips County.
In 1850 Randolph County, Illinois, Alexander P. Baird is three months old, the youngest of eight kids of Hugh 44 and Martha E. 42 Baird, farmers. James S. is 18, Mary 14, James 12, Robert G. 10, Martha Ann 7, Prudence 6, and Hugh S. 4.
In 1870 Randolph County Martha, 62 has Martha A. 27, Hugh S. 23 and Alexander P. 20. One tree said Alexander Porter Baird married Mary Toulouse Nov 17, 1870 in Randolph County, and that she was born there in 1852, and that A.P married Martha E. Oliver March 3, 1883 in Randolph County. There were a lot of A.P. Barid's, so perhaps the trees were mentioning two different A.P's.
Hugh Scott Baird born Dec 20, 1846 in Randolph County, died Sep 17, 1926 in Sparta, Illinois, parents Hugh Baird and Martha Brown, both born in South Carolina.
In 1880 Merrick County, Nebraska, Alexander P. Baird, 27, born in Illinois, with Francis A. Baird, 47, Ohio, who said he's married but no spouse. Son Ira W. 13, Olive E. 11, Abbie A. 9, and Edward L. 7 are Frances' children, but Alexander has no relationship listed. Frank and Fanny Baird were in Adams County, Illinois in 1870 with Ira and Olive.
In 1880 Perry County, Illinois there's a Porter Baird, 24, with A.P. 56 and Jane 47 Baird, Mary E. 26, Luther E. 13, and Ida E. 8.
Alexander and Martha are in Weld County in 1900, with John L. May 1884, Martha M. Feb 1886 - both Nebraska, Olive A. Apr 1888, Tirzah A. Sep 1890, Alexander P., Oct 1893 and Hugh H. Oct 1898 all four born in Colorado.
A. Porter Baird 1850-1911 and Martha E. 1858-1908 are buried in Evans, Colorado. 13929689
Martha G. Baird's estate was probated in Weld County in 1921
In 1922 Greeley, Police Officer Walter Lininger arrested a butcher, after finding 12 spark coils from Ford cars in his possession.
MARY Elizabeth Baird Lininger 1872-1950 is buried with husband Walter in Evans Colorado.
Hiram Parent Trout 1869-1930 is buried in Denver Fairmount Son of William Reedy and Martha Jane Hoglan Trout. He married Olive A Baird in Greeley, Weld Co., CO on 21 Jul 1910. She's also buried in Fairmount -April 24, 1886- Sept 9, 1913 32519110
One daughter Marjorie Caroline Trout. ? Marjorie Caroline Trout's
FindAGrave in Fairmount has 1911-1927 daughter of William Reedy Trout and Martha
Jane Hoglan Trout???
When Alec Porter Baird registered, he said he was born October 6, 1893 in Lasalle Colorado. Alec Porter Baird Son of Alexander P. Baird and Mattie E. Oliver. Married Lizzie Margaret Hanigan 25 Mar 1915, buried in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. 39229374
FORT GRATIOT, Mich. — Betty M. Satchell, 90, formerly of Bayard, passed away Sunday, May 22, 2011, at her home in Fort Gratiot, Mich.
A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m., June 25, at the Veteran’s circle in the Bayard, Nebraska Cemetery with Pastor Carolyn Dickenson officiating. There will be no visitation, as cremation has taken place.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established to the Bayard Public Library.
Betty was born July 18, 1920, in Bayard, the daughter of Alec and Margaret (Hanigan) Baird. She was raised and educated at Bayard, graduated from Bayard High School with the Class of 1937. Betty received her teaching certificate from Colorado State Teachers College at Greeley, Colo. and also attended the former Scottsbluff Junior College. Betty was united in marriage to Chester “Chet” Satchell, June 26, 1941, at Bayard. They made Greenwood, Redington, Banner County and Red Willow communities their home. She taught at rural schools, clerked in various stores, and retired from the First National Bank at Bayard after many years of service. She also settled many estates.
She attended and participated in activities at community Sunday Schools. Betty was a member of the Presbyterian Church at Bayard from the age of 12. She served on the Morrill County Extension, Panhandle Community Service, Bayard Cemetery, Bayard Public Library Board, Public Schools Alumni Association and the Bayard City Council. Betty spent many hours tutoring children and teaching G.E.D. classes, judged oratorical contests, called Bingo at Chimney Rock Villa and worked on Boy Scout Merit Badges. Betty was a member of the Lincoln Stone American Legion Post 200 Auxiliary, 8 & 40, Lions Club, many bowling leagues and pinochle clubs.
Survivors include her son, Charles (Sheri) Satchell of Marysville, Mich.; grandchildren, Kristy (Scott) Myers of Lake Orion, Mich., Marcola (Ryan) Blahosky of Durant, Iowa, Nicole (Greg) Searls of Cheyenne, Wyo., Cole (Elizabeth) Satchell of Independence, Mo.; sister-in-law, Beth Baird; daughter-in-law, Twila Satchell; numerous nieces, nephews and great-grandchildren.
Preceding Betty in death was her husband, Chester Satchell; parents, Alec and Margaret Baird; brothers, Jack and Alec Baird; son, James Satchell; and sister, Helen Shaffer.
HEREFORD, ARIZONA – Helen M. (Baird) Reichert Schaffer, 88 was called to her Lord on March 9, 2010 for her final resting place. Graveside inurnment services will be held on Saturday August 14, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at the Veterans Circle in the Bayard Cemetery with Father Dave Rykwalder officiating for Helen’s family and friends. Military honors will be provided by the Nebraska National Guard.
Helen was born January 21, 1922 in Bridgeport to Alec and Margaret Baird. Helen graduated from the Michael Reese School of Nursing in Chicago as a Registered Nurse; she joined the U.S. Army Nurse Corps. She served in Europe with the 5
Alice Baird married Stephen Dugas May 18, 1920 Hot Springs County WY, and they're in Sweetwater County in 1930 and 1940, Steve a coal miner. - Alice must be Tirzah A.....