The Gifford family table below begins with Sarah Jane Gifford, a daughter of Ananias Gifford of Northampton, New York. Ananias was a son of Joseph Gifford, who was a Revolutionary War figure known as either Captain Gifford or Ensign Gifford. Joseph lived in Pittstown, New York. Sarah Jane married Daniel Baker and became Sarah Jane Baker.
||Date of Birth
||Date of Death
|Sarah Jane Gifford
||July 26, 1820
||July 05, 1892
||N. Y. (around Dryden; buried in Caroline Grove Cemetery, Caroline, N. Y.)
||Sept. 17, 1783
||N. Y. (possibly Beekman Patent or Pittstown)
||June 18, 1842
||Northampton, N. Y. (buried in Gifford's Corner Cemetery)
||Mar. 17, 1743/44
||Nov. 07, 1829
||Pittstown, N. Y. (buried in Methodist Cemetery, which used to be Union Cemetery, East Pittstown, N. Y.)
||Nov. 28, 1719
Names in Sarah Jane Baker's Pension Application File (New York Civil War claim of Sarah Jane Gifford Baker)
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