Mr & Mrs J W Baker (married 24.jun.1920 in Johnson Scott County Virginia)

Baker, James 'Jim' Wiley 4.apr.1893-21.oct.1956 USA Virginia, Flatwoods - Tennessee, Kingsport
guitarist, country singer, 1900 residing in Floyd Scott County, 1910-1927 in Lipps Wise County, 1942 in Castlewood Russell County, 1942 miner for Standard Banner Coal Co. in Wakenva Virginia ; son of Nathan Sevier Baker (Floyd 7.jun.1866-3.sep.1930 Flatwoods) and Sarah Isabelle Holbrook (Lipps 26.oct.1869-7.aug.1924 Flatwoods)

Baker, Flora Otelia Harris (Mrs J W) 12.sep.1895-1986 USA Virginia, Nickelsville - Tennessee, Kingsport
country singer, autoharpist, 1920 residing in Johnson Scott County, 1920-1927 in Lipps Wise County, 1942 in Castlewood Russell County ; daugter of William 'Patton' Harris (Scott 13.oct.1862-5.feb.1940 Scott) and Anna Doty Kilgore (Scott 20.nov.1866-25.jan.1925 Scott) ; cousin of Sarah and Maybelle of the Carter Family

Title Parts

** On the banks of the old Tennessee. Voice, autoharp, guitar, banjo and fiddle. r1927
traditional, first recorded by singer/fiddler Gilliam Banman Grayson (1888-1930) with guitarist Henry Whitter
Mrs. Baker alto voice/autoharp, Mr. J. W. Baker baritone voice/guitar, J. H. Holbrook, J. E. Green. rec 3aug1927 Bristol Tennessee. CD Flowers in the wildwood. Trikont 0310

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