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I was sent a detailed Warmath genealogy in 1998 by Connie Lane, descendent of the Chesterfield Warmath line. She sent it with the note, "The Rosamon info came from Barbara Morgan and the Warmath info from John Warmath (except my branch)." Any information in italics in the box was not part of Connie Lane's original tree, but is supported by something beneath the box. Thanks to Warmath descendent Carolyn Andrighetti for more information, and to Warmath descendent Pat Bishop for forwarding Carolyn's email.

Martha Singleton "Patsy" Warmath Baker

born 1818



1799-Henry Warmath

1805-Thomas I Warmath

c.1813-Willie Rains

Sarah Warmath (Hamilton)

1820-Mary Warmath Shumate

married 9-22-1832 

Davidson Co. TN


James R.M. Baker




1835-Frances M. Baker

1836-Willy A. Baker

Sarah J. Baker

1842-Martha E. Baker

1845-Louisa C. Baker

1847-William L. Baker

1849-Randolph S. Baker

c.1851-James H. Baker

c.1855-Alice A. Baker



Thomas Warmath


Mary "Polly" Wooten ?

spouse's parents:

maternal grandparents:


paternal grandparents:

John Warmath and Willie (House?)

maternal aunts & uncles:



paternal aunts & uncles:

1768-Patience Warmath; c. 1769-John Warmath; 1771-Willey House Warmath; c. 1772 Keziah Warmath; 1774-Elizabeth Warmath; c. 1777-Sally Nipper Warmath; 1778-Mourning Warmath; c. 1780 Washington Warmath; c. 1781 Nancy Warmath; c. 1783-James Warmath; c. 1784 Nathaniel Green Warmath; ?-Castly Warmath

An email in 2007 from Warmath descendent Carolyn Andrighetti (forward by Pat Bishop), said in part, that John R.M. Baker was the husband of Thomas Warmath's daughter, "Martha Singletong (it took me years to find out what her middle name was)...she married on September 22, 1838 in Davidson County, TN. Thomas must've thought this son-in-law was not to be trusted with any money. He left his daughter money in his will, but he tied it up so that John Baker could not touch a penny of it." I note that his occupation in 1880 is listed as "huckster."

1840 census, Davidson County TN, District 5 (listed as John instead of James, but on the same page as father-in-law Thomas Warmath, brother-in-law Julius Shumate, and probable brother-in-law William Warmath, so I suspect this is Martha/Patsy's husband) has the household of John R.M. Baker including one male age 5-10, two females under 5, and one male & one female ages 20-30. They have one male slave whose age is checked off in the 100 upwards column. The household is listed as having 4 members in agriculture (most other households the total in the household matches the number in agriculture, even the children under 5 being listed as "in agriculture," but not in this case.)

1860 census, Davidson County TN, District 5

(the household following Martha/Patsy is that of her sister, Willie Rains)

JRM Baker, 47, farmer, born in TN, estate value $2000

Martha, 48, wife, born in NC

Francis, 26, son, born in TN, farm labor

Martha, 19, daughter

Louisa, 16, daughter

William L, age 13, son

Randolph, 11, son

James, 9, son

Alice, 5, daughter


1880 census, Davidson County TN, District 5

John RM Baker, age 67, born in TN, profession "huckster"

Martha, age 68, wife, keeping house, born in NC

Randolph, age 31, son, born in TN, laborer

Minnie E., age 12, granddaughter

Jackey Ann, age 10, granddaughter

Alice A., age 8, granddaughter