He married Elizabeth Stanfield 17 Nov 1833 in Lowndes Co., AL according to marriage records. She was born about 1814. They were listed in the 1850 and 1860 censuses of Lowndes Co., AL. In 1850 they lived next to John Standfield age 70 NC and Elizabeth age 68 NC. Elizabeth may be person (age 56 AL) near son, John, in 1870 census.
Y-DNA: A descendant of Baker Meek has a 67/67 marker match with the ancestral values for Group A in the Meek/Meeks Y-DNA project. The only ancestor in this group that lived anywhere near South Carolina was Basil Meek born 1740. Baker Meek could have been a grandson of Basil Meek. However this is just an unproven hypothesis. It is based on the premise that some of Basilís sons are unknown and probably were well established adults in South Carolina when Basil moved to Kentucky. There could have just as easily been an unknown brother or uncle of Basilís with him in York Co., SC. The DNA results do exclude all other ancestors outside of Group A (who have descendants tested for Y-DNA) from being the Meek progenitor for Baker Meek. See Group A Meek Family Introduction
This is the family of Ronald Meek
Information provided in part by David K. Williams