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   Samuel White
   S. W. B. ; Sir Samuel Baker ;
   1: Henrietta Ann Bidgood Martin (18xx-1855) in 1843, daughter of the rector of Maisemore, Gloucestershire ; 2: Florence Ninian von Sass (1841-1916)
   with (1): Agnes (18xx-1xxx), Charles Martins (18xx-1xxx), Constances (18xx-1xxx), Edith (18xx-1xxx), Ethelss (18xx-1xxx), Janes & John Lindsay Sloan
   1821 in London
   Newton Abbot, Devon, England
   sugar merchant, banker, and ship owner from Thorngrove, Worcestershire with mercantile ties in the West Indies, Samuel Baker Sr. (1xxx-18xx)
   officer of an African Cape Colony, Crimean War, Ceylon and the Balkans, Col. Valentine Baker, known as "Baker Pasha" (1827-187x) (brother) ; ...
   private school at Rottingdean in Sussex, College School, Gloucester (1833-35), Tottenham (1838–1840) ; Frankfurt University: MA as civil engineer ;
   Great Britain
   S. W. B.: The Rifle and the Hound in Ceylon (1853) ; Eight Years' Wanderings in Ceylon (1855) ; The Albert N'Yanza Great Basin Of The Nile ; And Exploration Of The Nile Sources (1866) ; Ismailia (1874) ; Cyprus as I saw it (1879) ; In The Heart Of Africa (1886) ; Wild Beasts And Their Ways, Reminiscenses of Europe, Asia, Africa And America (1890) ;
   King Edward VII, who as Prince of Wales, visited Baker with Queen Alexandra in Egypt
   explorer Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904) ; explorer ->Roderick Murchison (1792-1871) ; ->John Hanning Speke (1827-1864) and ->James Augustus Gran (1827-1829) ;
   anthropological, ethnographica, and geographical drawing, watercolour, and painting ; ; ; ;
   Cameron 1981: 76, 86-91, 94-5, 99 & 107 ;
   English explorer, officer, naturalist, big game hunter, engineer, writer and abolitionist. He held the titles of Pasha & Major-General in the Ottoman Empire & Egypt, Governor-General of the Equatorial Nile Basin (today's South Sudan & Northern Uganda) [April 1869 to August 1873], which he established as the Province of Equatoria. He is mostly remembered as discoverer of Lake Albert and as explorer of the Nile & interior of central Africa. Further Places of Activity: Mauritius, Ceylon, Turkey, Crimea, Romania, Sudan, and Ethiopia. His second wife originated from Hungaria. Further Relatives: John Garland Baker (18xx-1xxx) (brother) ; Eliza Heberden Martin (18xx-1xxx) (sister-in-law, was a sister of his 1st wife Henrietta Ann Bidgood Martin (18xx-1855)) ; his 2nd wife got also known as Florica Maria Sas; Barbara Szász; Maria Freiin von Sass; Barbara Szasz; Barbara Maria Szász; Barbara Maria Szasz, cf. .

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