Section DE: Descendants of Robert Baldwin

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Generation One

1. ROBERT1 BALDWIN was born about 1475[93], and died between 1 Feb. 1536 and 16 April 1536. He married (OH-2) AGNES DOLTE, daughter of (OH-1) William DOLTE. [74, 93]
The Baldwin family appears in Chesham and Dundridge, Buckinghamshire back into the thirteenth century, although father-son relationships cannot be proven. [73]
Child:
+2i.RICHARD2 BALDWIN of Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, b. about 1500[93]; m. about 1524[74] ELLEN APUKE of Aston Clinton, b. about 1507, d. in Aston Clinton[76] about 1566[76].


Generation Two

2. RICHARD2 BALDWIN (Robert1) of Aston Clinton, son of (1) Robert1 and (OH-2) Agnes (DOLTE) BALDWIN, was born about 1500[93], and died about 16 Jan. 1553. He married about 1524[74], ELLEN APUKE of Aston Clinton, who was born about 1507, and died about 1566[76] in Aston Clinton[76]. [75, 93, 76]
Children:
+3i.HENRY3 BALDWIN, b. about 1530[93] in Aston Clinton[93]; bur. on 1 June 1602[78] in Aston Clinton[78]; m. in 1555 (XT-2) ALICE KINGE, b. in Aston Clinton[85] about 1533[85], daughter of (XT-1) William and Cecily (_____) KINGE.
+4ii.RICHARD BALDWIN, b. about 1540/1.


Generation Three

3. HENRY3 BALDWIN (Richard2, Robert1), son of (2) Richard2 and Ellen (APUKE) BALDWIN, was born about 1530[93] in Aston Clinton[93], and was buried on 1 June 1602[78] in Aston Clinton[78]. He married in 1555, (XT-2) ALICE KINGE, daughter of (XT-1) William and Cecily (_____) KINGE, who was born about 1533[85] in Aston Clinton[85], was buried on 23 Nov. 1626[78] in Aston Clinton[78]. [77, 93, 78]
Held the Manor of Dundridge in Ashton-Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England before 1590.
Children:
+5i.SYLVESTER4 BALDWIN of Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire, b. about 1560[93]; d. on 16 Feb. 1632/3[123]; m. on 28 Sept. 1590[81] in Cholesbury[81] (ASJ-4) JOAN WELLS of Cholesbury, daughter of (ASJ-3) Robert and Alice (_____) WELLS.
+6ii.JOHN BALDWIN, b. about 1565[85] in Aston Clinton[85]; d. on 14 Oct. 1637[85, 79] in Buckinghamshire[85, 79]; m. HANNAH _____, b. in Aston Clinton[85] about 1595[85].
4. RICHARD3 BALDWIN (Richard2, Robert1), son of (2) Richard2 and Ellen (APUKE) BALDWIN, was born between 1510/1 and 1570, and died between 1524 and 1680. [50]
Child:
+7i.RICHARD4 BALDWIN of Cholesbury, b. about 1630; m. ISABELL _____.


Generation Four

5. SYLVESTER4 BALDWIN (Henry3, Richard2, Robert1) of Cholesbury, son of (3) Henry3 and (XT-2) Alice (KINGE) BALDWIN, was born about 1560[93], and died on 16 Feb. 1632/3[123]. He married in Cholesbury[81], on 28 Sept. 1590[81], (ASJ-4) JOAN WELLS of Cholesbury, daughter of (ASJ-3) Robert and Alice (_____) WELLS. [83, 93, 123]
Child:
+8i.SYLVESTER5 BALDWIN, b. about 1595 in Cholesbury; d. on 21 June 1638[52, 83] at sea[52, 83]; m. in 1620 SARAH _____, b. in England.
6. JOHN4 BALDWIN (Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (3) Henry3 and (XT-2) Alice (KINGE) BALDWIN, was born about 1565[85] in Aston Clinton[85], and died on 14 Oct. 1637[85, 79] in Buckinghamshire[85, 79]. He married HANNAH _____, who was born about 1595[85] in Aston Clinton[85]. [79, 85]
Child:
+9i.JOHN5 BALDWIN, b. on 24 June 1619[85] in Aston Clinton[85]; bur. on 21 June 1681[56, 107] in Milford, New Haven Co., Connecticut, United States[56, 107]; m. (1) MARY CAMP, d. about 1651[96]; m. (2) on 13 Oct. 1653[107] in Milford[107] (HQ-14) MARY BRUEN, chr. in St. Julians, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England[96] on 12 June 1634[96], d. in Milford[47, 48] on 2 Sept. 1670[47, 48], daughter of (HQ-13) Obadiah and Sarah (_____) BRUEN.
7. RICHARD4 BALDWIN (Richard3, Richard2, Robert1) of Cholesbury, son of (4) Richard3 BALDWIN, was born between 1548/9 and 23 May 1630, and died between 23 May 1630 and 1740. He married ISABELL _____. [68, 50]
Children:
10i.TIMOTHY5 BALDWIN, b. about 1600.
11ii.MARY BALDWIN, b. about 1600.
12iii.HANNAH BALDWIN, b. about 1600.
+13iv.NATHANIEL BALDWIN, b. about 1620; d. in 1650[69]; m. (1) ABIGAIL CAMP; m. (2) JOANNA _____.
14v.JOSEPH BALDWIN, b. after 1609[50].
15vi.CHRISTIAN BALDWIN, b. after 1609[50].
16vii.SARAH BALDWIN, b. after 1609[50].


Generation Five

8. SYLVESTER5 BALDWIN (Sylvester4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (5) Sylvester4 and (ASJ-4) Joan (WELLS) BALDWIN, was born about 1595 in Cholesbury, and died on 21 June 1638[52, 83] at sea[52, 83]. He married in 1620, SARAH _____, who was born in England, was buried on 13 Nov. 1669[94] in Milford[94]. [52, 82, 83, 93, 94]
Died on ship "Martin"
"It was stated years ago that Sarah was a Bryant (Bryan?), but no evidence has ever been put forward to sustain the assertion, nor has a place been found for her among the connections of Alexander Bryan of Milford, whose antecedents have been traced in England."[94]
Children:
+17i.MARY6 BALDWIN, bp. on 19 Feb. 1625/6[95] in Aston Clinton[95]; d. on 1 Feb. 1707/8[95] in Milford[95]; m. (1) on 9 Jan. 1642/3[114] in Milford[114] (AHE-25) ROBERT PLUMB, b. in Ridgewell, Essex, England[83, 95, 118] on 30 Dec. 1617[83, 95, 118], d. in Milford[83, 114, 118] on 12 May 1655[83, 114, 118], son of (AHE-21) John and (JS-14) Dorothy (CHAPLIN) PLUMB; m. (2) on 16 March 1676[95] WILLIAM EAST.
+18ii.JOHN BALDWIN, bp. on 28 Oct. 1635[52, 82, 95] in Aston Clinton[52, 82, 95]; d. on 19 Aug. 1683[54] in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; m. on 24 July 1672[52, 95, 99] in Stonington[52, 95, 99] (AFX-13) REBECCA PALMER, chr. in Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States on 1 July 1647, d. in Stonington[52] on 2 May 1713[52], daughter of (AFX-1) Walter and (ALK-2) Rebecca (SHORT) PALMER.
9. JOHN5 BALDWIN (John4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (6) John4 and Hannah (_____) BALDWIN, was born on 24 June 1619[85] in Aston Clinton[85], and was buried on 21 June 1681[56, 107] in Milford[56, 107]. He married (1st) MARY CAMP, who died about 1651[96]. He married (2nd) in Milford[107], on 13 Oct. 1653[107], (HQ-14) MARY BRUEN, daughter of (HQ-13) Obadiah and Sarah (_____) BRUEN, who was christened on 12 June 1634[96] in St. Julians[96], and died on 2 Sept. 1670[47, 48] in Milford[47, 48]. [80, 49, 72, 55, 89, 85, 96, 56, 107]
Joseph L. Chester, in an April 1884 NEHGR article, suggests that there is no good reason why the emigrant John Baldwin may not have been the John Baldwin of Aston Clinton.[80]
Child of: John5 BALDWIN and Mary CAMP:
19i.ELIZABETH6 BALDWIN, bp. on 19 Aug. 1649[45]; d. on 6 Feb. 1683/4[45, 97] in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut[45, 97]; m. about 1673[97] (AHM-17) NATHANIEL PORTER, b. in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut on 19 July 1640, d. in Stratford[45] on 14 Jan. 1679/80[45], son of (AHM-4) John and (ASX-14) Anna (WHITE) PORTER.

Child of: John5 BALDWIN and Mary BRUEN:
+20i.GEORGE6 BALDWIN, b. on 13 June 1665[108] in Milford[108]; d. on 26 Oct. 1728[58, 98, 40] in Branford, New Haven Co.[58, 98, 40]; m. (AJN-16) DEBORAH ROSE, b. in Branford[88, 33] on 6 June 1671[88, 33], d. in Branford[39] on 14 Dec. 1754[39], daughter of (AJN-12) John, Deacon and (WS-2) Phebe (IVES).
13. NATHANIEL5 BALDWIN (Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (7) Richard4 and Isabell (_____) BALDWIN, was born between 1594/5 and 1630, and died about 1650[69]. He married (1st) ABIGAIL CAMP. He married (2nd) JOANNA _____. [70, 69, 51]
Children of: Nathaniel5 BALDWIN and Abigail CAMP:
21i.JOHN6 BALDWIN, bp. in June 1644[68] in Milford[68].
22ii.DANIEL BALDWIN, bp. in June 1644[68] in Milford[68].
+23iii.NATHANIEL BALDWIN, b. on 2 Jan. 1645[70] in Milford[70]; m. on 12 March 1670/1[112] in Milford[112] (GH-17) HANNAH BOTSFORD, chr. in Milford[113] in 1645[113], daughter of (GH-12) Henry and (AUB-2) Elizabeth (WOOLHEAD) BOTSFORD.
24iv.ABIGAIL BALDWIN, bp. on 19 March 1648[68] in Milford[68]; d. in 1668[68].

Children of: Nathaniel5 BALDWIN and Joanna _____:
25i.SARAH6 BALDWIN, b. in 1650[68] in Fairfield, Fairfield Co.[68].
26ii.DEBORAH BALDWIN, b. in 1652[68] in Fairfield[68].
27iii.SAMUEL BALDWIN, b. in 1655[68] in Fairfield[68].


Generation Six

17. MARY6 BALDWIN (Sylvester5, Sylvester4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), daughter of (8) Sylvester5 and Sarah (_____) BALDWIN, was born on 12 April 1621, was christened on 19 Feb. 1625/6[95] in Aston Clinton[95], and died on 1 Feb. 1707/8[95] in Milford[95]. She married (1st) in Milford[114], on 9 Jan. 1642/3[114], (AHE-25) ROBERT PLUMB, son of (AHE-21) John and (JS-14) Dorothy (CHAPLIN) PLUMB, who was born on 30 Dec. 1617[83, 95, 118] in Ridgewell[83, 95, 118], and died on 12 May 1655[83, 114, 118] in Milford[83, 114, 118]. She married (2nd) on 16 March 1676[95], WILLIAM EAST. [84, 95]
Children of: Mary6 BALDWIN and Robert PLUMB: See (AHE-25) Robert PLUMB
18. JOHN6 BALDWIN (Sylvester5, Sylvester4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (8) Sylvester5 and Sarah (_____) BALDWIN, was christened on 28 Oct. 1635[52, 82, 95] in Aston Clinton[52, 82, 95], died on 19 Aug. 1683[54] in Stonington and was buried in Milford. He married in Stonington[52, 95, 99], on 24 July 1672[52, 95, 99], (AFX-13) REBECCA PALMER, daughter of (AFX-1) Walter and (ALK-2) Rebecca (SHORT) PALMER, who was christened on 1 July 1647 in Charlestown, died on 2 May 1713[52] in Stonington[52], and was buried in May 1713. [82, 53, 87, 90, 123, 95, 52, 54]This individual has alternate parents in the database:
(DD-1) John and Hannah Mrs (BALDWIN) (BALDWIN) BALDWIN

Children:
28i.JOHN7 BALDWIN, b. on 13 April 1657 in Milford; d. in 1676 in England.
+29ii.MARY BALDWIN, b. on 24 Feb. 1675[54, 87] in Stonington[54, 87]; d. on 28 June 1766 in Stonington; m. on 25 Nov. 1706[54, 87] in Stonington[54, 87] (AIL-11) JOHN RANDALL JR., b. in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island, United States[87] in 1666[87], d. in Stonington in 1720, son of (AIL-10) John and (APA-14) Elizabeth (TORREY) RANDALL.
30iii.JANE BALDWIN, b. in April 1681 in Stonington; d. before 1692.
31iv.THEOPHILUS BALDWIN, b. in June 1683 in Stonington; d. in 1727 in Stonington.
32v.SYLVESTER BALDWIN, b. on 4 May 1677 in Stonington; d. in 1732 in Stonington.
33vi.REBECCA BALDWIN, b. on 20 May 1673 in Stonington; d. on 12 March 1700 in Stonington; m. ELNATHAN MINOR, b. in 1673.
34vii.SARAH BALDWIN, b. in 1680 in Stonington.
20. GEORGE6 BALDWIN (John5, John4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (9) John5 and (HQ-14) Mary (BRUEN) BALDWIN, was born on 13 June 1665[108] in Milford[108], and died on 26 Oct. 1728[58, 98, 40] in Branford[58, 98, 40]. He married (AJN-16) DEBORAH ROSE, daughter of (AJN-12) John, Deacon and (WS-2) Phebe (IVES), who was born on 6 June 1671[88, 33] in Branford[88, 33], and died on 14 Dec. 1754[39] in Branford[39]. [57, 98, 58, 40, 108, 109]
Children:
35i.JOHN7 BALDWIN, b. on 13 Jan. 1690[28] in Branford[28].
36ii.PHEBE BALDWIN, b. on 7 Nov. 1692[30] in Branford[30].
+37iii.ISRAEL BALDWIN, b. on 13 Dec. 1694[60, 28] in Branford[60, 28]; d. on 9 Nov. 1762[85]; m. on 10 Dec. 1718[60, 35, 28] in Branford[60, 35, 28] (IP-6) DINAH BUTLER, b. in Branford[35] on 4 April 1699[35], d. on 17 Feb. 1771[100], daughter of (IP-2) Jonathan and Lydia (_____) BUTLER.
38iv.ELISABETH BALDWIN, b. on 20 Sept. 1697[39] in Branford[39]; d. on 1 July 1754[35] in Branford[35]; m. on 20 Nov. 1717[39] in Branford[39] (IP-5) JONATHAN BUTLER JR., b. in Branford on 12 July 1696, d. in Branford on 17 Feb. 1770, son of (IP-2) Jonathan and Lydia (_____) BUTLER.
39v.DEBORAH BALDWIN, b. on 27 Dec. 1699[38] in Branford[38].
40vi.MARTHA BALDWIN, b. on 13 Jan. 1702/3[29] in Branford[29]; m. on 29 Dec. 1725[29, 36] in Branford[29, 36] (IP-8) ISAIAH BUTLER, b. in Branford[36] on 17 June 1705[36], son of (IP-2) Jonathan and Lydia (_____) BUTLER.
41vii.DANIEL BALDWIN, b. on 1 July 1705[38] in Branford[38]; d. on 28 Jan. 1765[38] in Branford[38].
42viii.REBECCAH BALDWIN, b. on 28 Oct. 1707[30] in Branford[30].
43ix.NOAH BALDWIN, b. on 20 March 1710[30] in Branford[30]; d. on 23 Nov. 1799[30] in Branford[30].
23. NATHANIEL6 BALDWIN (Nathaniel5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (13) Nathaniel5 and Abigail (CAMP) BALDWIN, was born on 2 Jan. 1645[70] in Milford[70], and died between 1673 and 1755. He married in Milford[112], on 12 March 1670/1[112], (GH-17) HANNAH BOTSFORD, daughter of (GH-12) Henry and (AUB-2) Elizabeth (WOOLHEAD) BOTSFORD, who was christened in 1645[113] in Milford[113]. [111, 70]
This Nathaniel was a weaver, and was not the same as Nathaniel, a cooper, son of John Baldwin Sen.[70]
Child:
+44i.HANNAH7 BALDWIN, b. on 11 July 1674[110, 111, 71] in Milford[110, 111, 71]; d. on 14 Jan. 1726[110] in Milford[110]; m. in Nov. 1695[110] (AKD-33) SAMUEL SANFORD, b. in Milford[110] on 9 May 1674[110], d. in Milford[110] in 1749[110], son of (AKD-17) Ephraim and (AHN-2) Mary (POWELL) SANFORD.


Generation Seven

29. MARY7 BALDWIN (John6, Sylvester5, Sylvester4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), daughter of (18) John6 and (AFX-13) Rebecca (PALMER) (CHEESBROUGH) BALDWIN, was born on 24 Feb. 1675[54, 87] in Stonington[54, 87], was christened on 7 Aug. 1692 in Stonington, and died on 28 June 1766 in Stonington. She married in Stonington[54, 87], on 25 Nov. 1706[54, 87], (AIL-11) JOHN RANDALL JR., son of (AIL-10) John and (APA-14) Elizabeth (TORREY) RANDALL, who was born in 1666[87] in Westerly[87], and died in 1720 in Stonington. [54, 87, 90, 123]
Child: See (AIL-11) John RANDALL Jr.
37. ISRAEL7 BALDWIN (George6, John5, John4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (20) George6 and (AJN-16) Deborah (ROSE) BALDWIN, was born on 13 Dec. 1694[60, 28] in Branford[60, 28], and died on 9 Nov. 1762[85]. He married in Branford[60, 35, 28], on 10 Dec. 1718[60, 35, 28], (IP-6) DINAH BUTLER, daughter of (IP-2) Jonathan and Lydia (_____) BUTLER, who was born on 4 April 1699[35] in Branford[35], died on 17 Feb. 1771[100], and was buried in Branford[100]. [59, 60, 85, 28]
Children:
45i.MARY8 BALDWIN, b. on 6 Sept. 1719[29] in Branford[29].
46ii.ISRAEL BALDWIN, b. on 21 Dec. 1721[28] in Branford[28]; d. on 2 Aug. 1767[28] in Branford[28].
47iii.AARON BALDWIN, b. on 3 Sept. 1724[37] in Branford[37].
48iv.DINAH BALDWIN, b. on 15 Nov. 1726[39] in Branford[39].
49v.TRYPHENA BALDWIN, b. on 12 Aug. 1729[32] in Branford[32].
50vi.DEBORAH BALDWIN, b. on 19 Oct. 1731[38] in Branford[38].
51vii.MARTHA BALDWIN, b. on 5 Aug. 1736[29] in Branford[29].
52viii.SAMUELL BALDWIN, b. on 14 Aug. 1739[31] in Branford[31].
+53ix.EPHRAIM BALDWIN, b. on 7 Oct. 1743[40, 43, 62] in Branford[40, 43, 62]; d. on 4 April 1820[41, 2] in Avon, Hartford Co.[41, 2]; m. on 10 March 1774[34] in Branford[34] KEZIAH WHEDON, d. in Avon[42, 2] on 1 May 1821[42, 2].
44. HANNAH7 BALDWIN (Nathaniel6, Nathaniel5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, Robert1), daughter of (23) Nathaniel6 and (GH-17) Hannah (BOTSFORD) BALDWIN, was born on 11 July 1674[110, 111, 71] in Milford[110, 111, 71], and died on 14 Jan. 1726[110] in Milford[110]. She married in Nov. 1695[110], (AKD-33) SAMUEL SANFORD, son of (AKD-17) Ephraim and (AHN-2) Mary (POWELL) SANFORD, who was born on 9 May 1674[110] in Milford[110], and died in 1749[110] in Milford[110]. [110, 111, 71]
Children: See (AKD-33) Samuel SANFORD


Generation Eight

53. EPHRAIM8 BALDWIN (Israel7, George6, John5, John4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (37) Israel7 and (IP-6) Dinah (BUTLER) BALDWIN, was born on 7 Oct. 1743[40, 43, 62] in Branford[40, 43, 62], died on 4 April 1820[41, 2] in Avon[41, 2] and was buried in Avon[41, 115]. He married in Branford[34], on 10 March 1774[34], KEZIAH WHEDON, who died on 1 May 1821[42, 2] in Avon[42, 2], and was buried in Avon[42, 116]. [61, 62, 40, 41, 115, 2, 43]
Children:
54i.NANCY9 BALDWIN, b. on 17 Sept. 1774[62, 29] in Branford[62, 29].
55ii.JAMES BALDWIN, b. on 13 March 1776[64, 28] in Branford[64, 28].
56iii.EUNICE BALDWIN, b. on 10 Feb. 1778[40] in Branford[40].
+57iv.JESSE BALDWIN, b. on 16 Sept. 1780[28, 44, 65] in Branford[28, 44, 65]; d. in 1850[121] in Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio, United States[65]; m. on 2 July 1799[1, 86, 105] in Southington, Hartford Co.[1, 86, 105] (AFY-7) PHEBE PARDEE, b. in Branford[46] about 1775[46], d. in Fowler[65] in Dec. 1857[65], daughter of (AFY-6) David and (ATY-4) Phebe (WOODRUFF) PARDEE.
58v.MARTHA BALDWIN, b. on 23 Dec. 1782[29] in Branford[29].
59vi.ISAAC BALDWIN, b. about 1780.


Generation Nine

57. JESSE9 BALDWIN (Ephraim8, Israel7, George6, John5, John4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (53) Ephraim8 and Keziah (WHEDON) BALDWIN, was born on 16 Sept. 1780[28, 44, 65] in Branford[28, 44, 65], died about 1850[121] in Fowler[65] and was buried in Vienna, Trumbull Co.[117]. He married in Southington[1, 86, 105], on 2 July 1799[1, 86, 105], (AFY-7) PHEBE PARDEE, daughter of (AFY-6) David and (ATY-4) Phebe (WOODRUFF) PARDEE, who was born about 1775[46] in Branford[46], and died in Dec. 1857[65] in Fowler[65].

From the 4 Aug. 1800 census, in Southington[23]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 0-10 (Julius 8 mo.)
1 Free White male 16-26 (Jesse 19)
1 Free White female 16-26 (Phebe 23-25)

From the 6 Aug. 1810 census, in Simsbury, Hartford Co.[24]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 0-10 (Decius 2)
2 Free White males 10-16 (Julius 10, Ephraim 8)
1 Free White male 26-45 (Jesse 29)
3 Free White females 0-10 (Nancy 6, Eunice 4, Dennis 6 mo.)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Phebe 33-35)

From the 7 Aug. 1820 census, in Vernon Twp., Trumbull Co.[25]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 0-10 (Jesse Nelson 4)
2 Free White males 10-16 (Decius 12, Dennis 10)
1 Free White male 26-45 (Jesse 39)
1 Free White female 0-10 (Phebe 6)
1 Free White female 16-26 (Nancy 16)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Phebe 43-45)
Persons in Agriculture: 2

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Vienna[26]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 10-15 (Jesse Nelson 14)
3 Free White males 20-30 (Ephraim 28, Decius 22, Dennis 20)
1 Free White male 30-40 (Julius 30)
1 Free White male 40-50 (Jesse 49)
2 Free White females 15-20 (?, Phebe 16)
1 Free White female 50-60 (Phebe 53-55)

From the 1 June 1840 census, in Vienna[27]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 10-15 (?)
1 Free White male 20-30 (?)
1 Free White male 50-60 (Jesse 59)
1 Free White female 20-30 (?)
1 Free White female 60-70 (Phebe 63-65)
Persons in Agriculture: 1

From the 1 June 1850 census, in Fowler[9]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderOccupationReal Estate ValueBirthplaceAttended School Within the Year
180185Jesse Baldwin69MFarmer200CT
Irma Van Vesler39FNY
Mary A. Burgese16FNYY
Albert Van Velser8MINY
Emma J. Van Velser2FIN

[63, 9, 65, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 8, 28, 121, 65, 117, 44]
In 1850 census, Fowler, Trumbull Co, OH:
Jesse Baldwin, 69 M, Farmer, 2000, Conn.
Children:
60i.JULIUS10 BALDWIN, b. on 13 Nov. 1799[67] in Southington[67].
+61ii.EPHRAIM BALDWIN, b. on 9 April 1802[67] in Connecticut[11]; d. on 19 April 1891[101, 120] in Fowler[101, 120]; m. on 21 June 1820[3] in Vienna[3] (AST-8) CELESTIA WHEELER, b. in Connecticut[11] on 3 Feb. 1802[21, 22, 67], d. in Trumbull Co.[102, 119] on 26 Sept. 1888[102, 119], daughter of (AST-6) David and Sarah (NORTON) WHEELER.
62iii.NANCY BALDWIN, b. on 18 March 1804[65] in Avon[65].
63iv.EUNICE BALDWIN, b. on 20 Jan. 1806[65] in Simsbury[65].
64v.DECIUS BALDWIN, b. on 6 Feb. 1808[65] in Simsbury[65].
65vi.DENNIS BALDWIN, b. on 28 Jan. 1810[65] in Simsbury[65].
66vii.DARIAS BALDWIN, b. about April 1812[2]; d. on 1 Feb. 1813[2].
67viii.PHEBE BALDWIN, b. on 23 Nov. 1813[65]; d. on 9 July 1851[65].
68ix.JESSE NELSON BALDWIN, b. on 28 March 1816[65] in Ohio[15]; m. on 22 Aug. 1835 in Vienna LOUISA MARIA SCOVILL, b. in 1817.

Generation Ten

61. EPHRAIM10 BALDWIN (Jesse9, Ephraim8, Israel7, George6, John5, John4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), son of (57) Jesse9 and (AFY-7) Phebe (PARDEE) BALDWIN, was born on 9 April 1802[67] in Connecticut[11], died on 19 April 1891[101, 120] in Fowler[101, 120] and was buried in Fowler[101]. He married in Vienna[3], on 21 June 1820[3], (AST-8) CELESTIA WHEELER, daughter of (AST-6) David and Sarah (NORTON) WHEELER, who was born on 3 Feb. 1802[21, 22, 67] in Connecticut[11], died on 26 Sept. 1888[102, 119] in Trumbull Co.[102, 119], and was buried in Fowler[102].

From the 6 Aug. 1810 census, in Simsbury[24]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 0-10 (Decius 2)
2 Free White males 10-16 (Julius 10, Ephraim 8)
1 Free White male 26-45 (Jesse 29)
3 Free White females 0-10 (Nancy 6, Eunice 4, Dennis 6 mo.)
1 Free White female 26-45 (Phebe 33-35)

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Fowler[6]:

Name: Ephraim Baldwin
2 Free White males 5-10 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 20-30 (Ephraim 28)
2 Free White females 0-5 (?, ?)
1 Free White female 5-10 (Lovina 8-10)
1 Free White female 20-30 (Celestia 28)

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Vienna[26]:

Name: Jesse Baldwin
1 Free White male 10-15 (Jesse Nelson 14)
3 Free White males 20-30 (Ephraim 28, Decius 22, Dennis 20)
1 Free White male 30-40 (Julius 30)
1 Free White male 40-50 (Jesse 49)
2 Free White females 15-20 (?, Phebe 16)
1 Free White female 50-60 (Phebe 53-55)

From the 1 June 1840 census, in Fowler[7]:

Name: Epraim Baldwin
2 Free White males 15-20 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 30-40 (Ephraim 38)
1 Free White female 0-5 (?)
3 Free White females 5-10 (?, ?, ?)
1 Free White female 10-15 (?)
1 Free White female 15-20 (Lovina 18-20)
1 Free White female 30-40 (Celestia 38)
Persons in Agriculture: 1

From the 1 June 1850 census, in Fowler[11]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderOccupationReal Estate ValueBirthplaceAttended School Within the Year
2828Ephraim Baldwin48MFarmer2000CT
Celestia Baldwin48FCT
Phebe Baldwin18FOHY
Ann Baldwin15FOHY
Susan Baldwin12FOHY
Henry Baldwin8MOHY
Rolla Baldwin3FOHY

[66, 11, 67, 24, 6, 26, 7, 8, 12, 18, 20, 101, 101, 106, 120]
In 1850 census, Fowler, Trumbull Co, OH:
Ephraim Baldwin 48 M Farmer, 2000, Conn.
Celestia Baldwin 48 F "
Phebe Baldwin 18 " Ohio
Ann Baldwin 15 " "
Susan Baldwin 12 " "
Henry Baldwin 8 M "
Rolla Baldwin 3 F "[21]
Dec. 30, 1868:
"Ephraim Baldwin, of this [Fowler] township, one day last week killed a last May's calf, the meat of which weighed 351 lbs. and the hide 72 lbs. If any of the fancy stock men of this or adjoining Counties can beat it, we would like to hear from them."[122]
Children:
+69i.LOVINA11 BALDWIN, b. in 1821[22] in Ohio[16, 10, 13, 13]; d. on 4 March 1885[103]; m. on 13 April 1843[5, 4] in Trumbull Co.[5, 4] (AQJ-10) ORION VAUGHN, b. in Ohio[16, 10, 13, 13] on 6 Oct. 1816[5], d. on 9 Nov. 1864[5], son of (AQJ-5) John and (IN-44) Betsy (BURR) VAUGHN.
70ii.DAVID BALDWIN, b. on 13 July 1823[67]; d. on 13 Oct. 1864[67].
71iii.DARIUS BALDWIN, b. on 30 Oct. 1824[67].
72iv.LUCY BALDWIN, b. on 21 June 1827[67, 91]; m. on 28 Nov. 1848[91] ADDISON R. SILLIMAN, b. in Fowler[91] on 2 July 1823[91].
73v.HARRIET BALDWIN, b. on 8 Oct. 1829[67].
74vi.PHEBE BALDWIN, b. on 5 March 1832[67] in Ohio[11]; d. on 12 Nov. 1869[67].
75vii.ANN BALDWIN, b. on 26 March 1835[67, 92] in Ohio[11]; m. on 21 June 1854[92] DANIEL TROWBRIDGE _____, b. in Palmyra, Portage Co., Ohio[92] on 8 July 1826[92].
76viii.SUSAN BALDWIN, b. on 4 April 1838[67] in Ohio[11].
77ix.HENRY BALDWIN, b. on 5 July 1841[67] in Ohio[11].
78x.VIOLA BALDWIN, b. on 8 Sept. 1844[67] in Ohio[11].

Generation Eleven

69. LOVINA11 BALDWIN (Ephraim10, Jesse9, Ephraim8, Israel7, George6, John5, John4, Henry3, Richard2, Robert1), daughter of (61) Ephraim10 and (AST-8) Celestia (WHEELER) BALDWIN, was born in 1821[22] in Ohio[16, 10, 13, 13], died on 4 March 1885[103] and was buried in Fowler[103]. She married in Trumbull Co.[5, 4], on 13 April 1843[5, 4], (AQJ-10) ORION VAUGHN, son of (AQJ-5) John and (IN-44) Betsy (BURR) VAUGHN, who was born on 6 Oct. 1816[5] in Ohio[16, 10, 13, 13], died on 9 Nov. 1864[5], and was buried in North Cemetery, Fowler[104].

From the 1 June 1830 census, in Fowler[6]:

Name: Ephraim Baldwin
2 Free White males 5-10 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 20-30 (Ephraim 28)
2 Free White females 0-5 (?, ?)
1 Free White female 5-10 (Lovina 8-10)
1 Free White female 20-30 (Celestia 28)

From the 1 June 1840 census, in Fowler[7]:

Name: Epraim Baldwin
2 Free White males 15-20 (?, ?)
1 Free White male 30-40 (Ephraim 38)
1 Free White female 0-5 (?)
3 Free White females 5-10 (?, ?, ?)
1 Free White female 10-15 (?)
1 Free White female 15-20 (Lovina 18-20)
1 Free White female 30-40 (Celestia 38)
Persons in Agriculture: 1

From the 1 June 1850 census, in Fowler[10]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderOccupationReal Estate ValueBirthplaceAttended School Within the Year
202209Orion Vaughn32MFarmer1000OH
Lavina Vaughn28FOH
Lucy Vaughn5FOHY
Rosetta Vaughn3FOH
Frederick Vaughn21MFarmer1000OH
Lucy Ackley18FOH

From the 1 June 1860 census, in Vienna[16]:

Dwelling #Family #NameAgeGenderOccupationReal Estate ValuePersonal Estate ValueBirthplaceAttended School Within the Year
17781793O. Vaughn33MFarmer1000252Ohio
Levina Vaughn30FOhio
Lucy Vaughn16FOhioYes
Resella Vaughn13FOhioYes
Phoeba Vaughn1FOhio

[22, 67, 10, 5, 6, 7, 8, 14, 17, 19, 103, 13, 13, 16]
1880 Census:
Living with daughter Phoebe
Father's birthplace: CT
Mother's birthplace: OH[22]
Children: See (AQJ-10) Orion VAUGHN



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2. Ibid., 3:4.
3. "Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1614804 : accessed 3 January 2014), Ephrim Baldwin and Calesta Wheeler, 21 Jun 1820.
4. Ibid., Orrin Vaughn and Lovina Baldwin, 13 Apr 1843.
5. Vaughn Family Bible, The Holy Bible (New York: American Bible Society, 1848); privately held by David Thaler, Lowell MI 49331. Presented to Miss Lucy Vaughn by her granmother Betsy Vaughn. Miss Lucy Vaughn, Trumbull Ohio, 1861. Presented to David G. Thaler by his mother Mrs. Lucy Thaler, Moline Michigan, August 1919. Presented to Orion J. Thaler by the David Thaler estate, 1962. When I am dead and out of mind In this Book my name you find And when my name you plainly see You cannot help remembering me 1861
6. 1830 United States Federal Census, Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio, 100; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
7. 1840 United States Federal Census, Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
8. 1850 United States Federal Census, Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
9. Ibid., 865, dwelling 180, family 185.
10. Ibid., dwelling 202, family 209.
11. Ibid., dwelling 28, family 28.
12. 1860 United States Federal Census, Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
13. 1860 United States Federal Census, 250, dwelling 1778, family 1793; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
14. 1860 United States Federal Census, Vienna, Trumbull Co., Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
15. Ibid., 218, dwelling 1768, family 1782.
16. Ibid., 250, dwelling 1778, family 1793.
17. 1870 United States Federal Census, Vienna, Trumbull Co., Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
18. 1870 United States Federal Census, Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
19. 1880 United States Federal Census, Vienna, Trumbull Co., Ohio, Vienna, Trumbull, Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
20. 1880 United States Federal Census, Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
21. 1850 United States Federal Census; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
22. 1880 United States Federal Census; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
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24. 1810 United States Federal Census, Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut, 574; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
25. 1820 United States Federal Census, Vernon Twp., Trumbull Co., Ohio, 671; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
26. 1830 United States Federal Census, Vienna, Trumbull Co., Ohio, 131; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
27. 1840 United States Federal Census, Vienna, Trumbull Co., Ohio, 15; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
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29. Ibid., 12.
30. Ibid., 13.
31. Ibid., 14.
32. Ibid., 15.
33. Ibid., 202.
34. Ibid., 243.
35. Ibid., 46.
36. Ibid., 47.
37. Ibid., 6.
38. Ibid., 7.
39. Ibid., 8.
40. Ibid., 9.
41. Connecticut, "Hale Cemetery Inscriptions and Newspaper Notices, 1629-1934," index and images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2900 : accessed 5 January 2014), Ephraim Baldwin.
42. Ibid., Keziah Baldwin.
43. "Connecticut, Births and Christenings, 1649-1906," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1674736 : accessed 3 January 2014), Ephraim Baldwin, 07 Oct 1743.
44. Ibid., Jesse Baldwin, 16 Sep 1780.
45. Donald Lines Jacobus, History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Vol. I (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976), 488; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 26 June 2011).
46. International Genealogical Index, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997).
47. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999), (33-42).
48. Frederick Lewis Weis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, 5th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
49. Ibid., (97-18+).
50. Charles Candee Baldwin, Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 to 1881 (Cleveland, Ohio: Leader Printing Co., 1881), 22; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
51. Ibid., 22-23.
52. Ibid., 239.
53. Ibid., 239-241.
54. Ibid., 240.
55. Ibid., 297.
56. Ibid., 298.
57. Ibid., 299, 304.
58. Ibid., 304.
59. Ibid., 304, 312.
60. Ibid., 312.
61. Ibid., 312, 327.
62. Ibid., 327.
63. Ibid., 327, 353.
64. Ibid., 352.
65. Ibid., 353.
66. Ibid., 353, 378.
67. Ibid., 378.
68. Ibid., 406.
69. Ibid., 407.
70. Ibid., 409.
71. Ibid., 410.
72. Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004), 163.
73. "English Origins of New England Families, Series 1, Volume 3", 318.
74. Ibid., 320.
75. "English Origins of New England Families, Series 2, Volume 1", 76.
76. Ibid., 77.
77. Ibid., 79.
78. Ibid., 80.
79. Ibid., 82.
80. Ibid., 83.
81. Ibid., 84.
82. Ibid., 85.
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84. Ibid., 21.
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86. Donald Lines Jacobus, Pardee Genealogy (New Haven: New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1927), 134.
87. Paul K. Randall, Genealogy of a Branch of the Randall Family, 1666 to 1879 (Norwich, New York: Chenango Union, 1879), 15; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
88. Donald Lines Jacobus, "Families of Ancient New Haven" (Family Tree Maker CD179, Connecticut Genealogies #1, online at ancestry.com), 1521.
89. Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004), (33-42+).
90. Verna R. Sanders Rozanski, A History of the Walter Palmer Family of Stonington, Connecticut With Fifteen Allied Lines (Assumption, Illinois: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1968), 42.
91. History of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches, Vol. II (Cleveland: H.Z. Williams & Bro., 1882), 426.
92. Ibid., 429.
93. N. Grier Parke II and Donald Lines Jacobus, The Ancestry of Lorenzo Ackley & his wife Emma Arabella Bosworth (Woodstock, VT: No publisher, 1960), 182.
94. Ibid., 183.
95. Ibid., 184.
96. Ibid., 247.
97. Ibid., 249.
98. Ibid., 250.
99. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 3:1383.
100. Find A Grave, Memorial #18348145; online, Findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com).
101. Ibid., Memorial #29367974.
102. Ibid., Memorial #29368010.
103. Ibid., Memorial #51658576.
104. Ibid., memorial 51658748.
105. Heman Rowlee Timlow, Ecclesiastical and other sketches of Southington, Conn (Hartford: Case, Lockwood, and Brainard Co., 1875), 239; digital images, Google (http://books.google.com : accessed 11 December 2011).
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107. Susan Woodruff Abbott, Families of Early Milford, Connecticut (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979), 14; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 December 2011).
108. Ibid., 15.
109. John Barber White and Lillian May Wilson, Barber Genealogy: in Two Sections (Haverhill, Mass.: Nichols Print, 1909), 99; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org : accessed 20 May 2012).
110. Carlton E. Sanford, Thomas Sanford, the Emigrant to New England: Ancestry, Life, and Descendants, 1632-4 (Rutland, Vermont: The Tuttle Co., 1911), 106; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 22 July 2012).
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112. Ibid., 15.
113. Ibid., 25.
114. Clifford L. Stott, "The Chaplin Family of Co. Suffolk: Ancestors of the Plumb and Parke Families of Connecticut," The American Genealogist 82 (October 2007): 250-260, specifically 258.
115. FindAGrave (http://www.findagrave.com), memorial #109139153.
116. Ibid., memorial #109139197.
117. Ibid., memorial #80239849.
118. H. B. Plumb, The Plumbs, 1635-1800, 2nd ed. ( Peely, Pennsylvania: H. B. Plumb, 1893), 18; digital images, FamilySearch.org (http://familysearch.org/ : accessed 4 May 2013).
119. "Ohio, Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1681000 : accessed 3 January 2014), Celestia Baldwin, 26 Sep 1888.
120. Ibid., Ephraim Baldwin, 19 Apr 1891.
121. Ibid., Jesse Baldwin, 1850.
122. "Editor Chronicle," Western Reserve Chronicle (Warren, Ohio), January 6, 1869, 3; digital images, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ : accessed 12 October 2014).
123. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).