I have a puzzle of my own I am trying to solve that involves Cornelius Baker and Elizabeth Rawley. As I understand it, Elizabeth first married Cornelius. Apparently, Cornelius died some time between 1860 and 1870. Then Elizabeth married a Jacob Baker (Cornelius's brother??). At any rate, my work with the census records leads me to believe that my third great grandmother, Mary Ellen Baker was, along with her sister Barbara, a twin and the daughter of Cornelius and Elizabeth. The two girls, apparent sisters to the Reuben you mention, show up in the 1860 census as 3 year old twins and children of Cornelius and Elizabeth. The 1870 census shows them (I assume it is them again) as 13 year old twins and in the household of Jacob Baker and his (new) wife Elizabeth (nee Rawley). This particular census record strongly suggests TWO sets of kids living in the same household - those still underaged who belonged to Cornelius and Elizabeth, and those who belonged to Jacob and his previous wife. The record does not list the kids' relationships to the head of the household, but it does have a sort of V bracket next to the group of kids that seem to belong to Elizabeth's previous marriage with Cornelius....in addition to the fact that the ages for the two groups of kids seem to start at the oldest and descend younger from two different places. Do you have any knowledge about any of this? Feel free to email me if you wish!