Larry, I have read your post and had to check in will. You are talking about Morris Baker born about 1750 and is on the 1787 Wilkes County tax list who married Jane Smith. In the will of Hugh Smith, he is refered to as my son in law, Morris Baker. The executors--James Baker and Andrew Baker. Sons named were Jonathan, David, and Alexander Smith. Jonathan Smith was on the 1787 Wilkes county tax list as well. Jonathan was in Knox county, Ky, and Surveyed 200 Acres on certificate no 134 bearing a date of 3rd day of May, 1802. Surveyed November the 17th, 1804 by David Smith and Elijah Smith. This was on Poorfork River near present day Cumberland, Ky. Harlan county was formed from Knox in 1819. Jonathan died in 1832 and his will was produced by executors John Creech(who had come from Ashe county,NC) And John Dixon. Jonathan and Jemirah pennington Smith named a son Andrew Smith and Morris and Jane Smith Baker named a Son Jonathan Baker. I descend from Jonathan. does any of this connect in your records.