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   Baker
   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
   1893
   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
   https://warfarehistorynetwork.com/daily/military-history/samuel-white-baker-british-explorer-and-abolitionist/ ;
   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Baker ; https://prabook.com/web/samuel.baker/3735986 ; https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Samuel_Baker ;
   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. https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Florence_Baker .
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