John Bake served in Captain John Phillip's Company of the third regiment of the New Jersey Militia. He volunteered for service August 20, 1776 and served until Aug 28, 1778. He fought at the Battle of Germantown and crossed the Delaware with George Washington. The census of 1800 found him in Paradise Township, York County, Pennsylvania. The following year he was in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. In 1807 he moved to Butler County, Ohio and in 1838 he moved to Richland Township, Fountain County, Indiana.
|Offspring of John Richard Bake and Eleanor Slacht (?-1835)|
|Jacob Bake (1773-1849)||17 July 1773 Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States||3 October 1849 Union Township, Union County, Indiana, United States|| Catherine Reppert (1779-1851)|
|John Bake (1780-1815)|| |
|Christopher Bake (1786-1865)|| |
|Rebecca Bake (c1789-?)|| |
|Henry Bake (?-?)|