Daniel C. Baker

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Daniel Collins Baker
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3rd Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
In office
April 4, 1853[1] – April 3, 1854[1]
Preceded by Benjamin Franklin Mudge
Succeeded by Thomas P. Richardson
First President of the Lynn, Massachusetts
Common Council[2]
In office
1850–1851
Preceded by Town Meeting Moderator
Succeeded by James R. Newhall[2]
Member of the
Massachusetts State Senate[3]
In office
1849–1850
Personal details
Born October 14, 1816
Died July 19, 1863(1863-07-19) (aged 46)[1]
New Orleans, Louisiana
Spouse(s) Augusta Chase, m. December 19, 1838[3]
Children William E. Baker, Helen A. Baker, Sara E. Baker;[4]
Parents Elisha Baker, Ruth (Collins) Baker[4]

Daniel Collins Baker (October 14, 1816 – July 19, 1863) was a Massachusetts politician who served as the third Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts.

References[edit]

Bibliography
  • Hurd, Duane Hamilton (1888), History of Essex County, Massachusetts: with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men, Philadelphia, PA: J.W. Lewis & CO., 1 (1)  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Newhall, James R. (1865), History of Lynn, Boston, MA: John L. Shorey 
Notes
  1. ^ a b c Hurd 1888, p. 260
  2. ^ a b Newhall 1865, p. 581
  3. ^ a b Hurd 1888, p. 350
  4. ^ a b Hurd 1888, p. 354
Political offices
Preceded by
Benjamin F. Mudge
Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
April 4, 1853
to
April 3, 1854
Succeeded by
Thomas P. Richardson