Baker, Henry an English Congregational minister, was born at Bicester in 1828. He was converted in his sixteenth year, entered Hackney College in his eighteenth year, and after a three years' course was ordained pastor at Summertown, near Oxford. In 1854 Mr. Baker removed to Lewisham, where he labored beyond his ability until 1867, when he was compelled to resign the pastorate. In 1869 he retired to Bicester, the home of his boyhood, and there died, June 4, 1871. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1872, p. 305.