Well, this is all very interesting.I have David Baker and Elizabeth Losee as having only three children (that's not to say there couldn't have been more of them).I have Stephen L. born in 1811 died 10/21/1817; Elizabeth born Nov 1820/21 died 8/24/1845; and Edwin born 6/8/1824 died 9/8/1825.I believe I only have these three as they are buried with their parents in the King Hill Cemetery in Surprise (Greenville), NY.I don't have much other information on that branch of the family.I do know though that as of the 1850 census, David was listed yet - it said he was deaf.He was born 11/15/1777 in NYS and died 1/17/1858 (presumeably in Greene County, NY).His wife Elizabeth was born in 1781 and died 4/2/1835 or 1855 - I couldn't read the death year off the grave stone very well.Although it seems to me now that the 1850 census showed David as a widower - I'll have to check that again.
Freelove was born in Dutchess County, NY in either 1741 or 1761.Again - obliterated writing on the headstone.She died 10/12/1836 in Greenville, NY and is buried in the King Hill cemetery too.Her husband Simeon was born in Horseneck (part of Greenwich), CT in 1754.I think they were married 3/14/1774 (no proof of that though).He died 8/22/1806 in Greenville and is buried in King hill cemetery too.I have a picture of their graves on my website. http://www.homestead.com/loseegenealogy/IHLDDS2.htmlhttp://www.homestead.com/loseegenealogy/IHLDDS2.html.Freelove's is the big rectangular one on the left, Simeon's is the fancier one on the right. Check it out.
Thanks for the reply and please let me know if you come up with anything else.I'll keep in touch with you too.