Here is the will for Henry Baker who married Magdelena Miller.
Will recorded in Clark County Will Book 2, page 97 written: 3 April 1839 probate: 10 October 1839
In the name of God, Amen.I, Henry Baker, of the county of Clark, and state of Ohio, being weak in body but of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding thanks be to Almighty God for the same, do hereby make and publish this last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say, First: it is my will that my funeral expenses be fully paid. Second: I give devise and bequeath to my beloved wife Magdelana Baker, in lieu of her dower, the plantation on which she now resides, situated in the township of German, in the county of Clark, and state of Ohio, containing about thirty acres during her natural life and all the livestock by me now owned and kept thereon, also all the household furniture and other items not particularly named and otherwise disposed of in this will during her natural life aforesaid.She ______ first disposing of a sufficiency thereof to pay my funeral as aforesaid.And that at the death of my said wife all the property hereby devised or bequeathed to her as aforesaid or so much thereof as may there may remain unexpended to my five sons and two daughters, Samuel Baker, John Baker, Henry Baker, Jacob Baker and Daniel Baker and Catherine Nawman and Elizabeth Rust and to their heirs and assigns forever. Third: I give an bequeath to my above named five sons and two daughters the amount of two hundred dollars now due for which I intend if I have to divide and the remaining three hundred shall be equally distributed among my five sons and two daughters including primary notes and receipts now in my possession, with this provide or exception that my wife receive the one eighth part of the three hundred dollars and the balance to my five sons and two daughters and their heirs and assigns forever. Fourth: I have given to my daughter Magdelana and her husband Solomon Kemp one hundred and six dollars fifty six of which has been receipted for and the balance therein is no receipt.The above is all that is to be considered as a legacy for this said daughter and her heirs forever. And lastly I hereby constitute and appoint my oldest son Samuel Baker to be my executor for this my last will and testament revoking and annulling all former wills by me made and ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament set my hand this 3rd day of April A.D. 1839. Henry "X" Baker (his mark) Signed, published and delivered by the above named Henry Baker Sen. as and for his last will and testament in the presence of who at his request have signed as witness to the same.John Pence, Martin Baker
Probate Clark County, Court of Common Pleas, October 10, 1839 personally came in open court John Pence and Martin Baker subscribing witnesses to the last will and testament of Henry Baker late of said county deceased, who being duly sworn dispose and say that they were present at the execution of said will, that they saw the said testator sign and heard him acknowledge the same as his last will and testament and that at the time of the execution thereof said testator was of full age, of sound mind and memory and not under any restraint.John Pence, Martin Baker. Sworn and ___________ in open court the day and year first above written, James S. Halsey, Clerk