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Conn.

3172. Truman P., b. 14 June, 1838.

2173. Sarah Maria, b. 1 Jan'y, 1840.

2174. Joseph Henry, b. 30 Jan'y, 1843; d. 21 Sept., 1850. His wife d. 31
May, 1843.

1402. HARVEY" Amos «I)avid,'^b. 12 Oct., 1818; m. April,
1842 ; was a doctor, graduated at Yale Medical School ; m. Ester
S. Starr, of Goshen, Conn.; dau. Truman and Ester (Nettleton)
Starr, b. 14 i^ov., 1816. He lived in Goshen, Conn., where he d.,
26 Feb'y, 1859.

2175. Lucy Starr, b. 26 May, 1843; d. 25 Aug., 1849.

2176. Mary Elizabeth, b. 9 June, 1845; in 1874 unm., and living in New Haven,
with her mother.

1404. NANCY" ELIZABETH" Amos^ David,-^ b. 27 Sept., 1823;
m., 26 Feb'y, 1850, Lucien Bronson, of Watertown ; in 1874, of
"Waterbury, Conn.

2177. Emma E., b. about 1853.

2178. Homer Rcswell, d. y.

2179. Arthur L.. b. about 1858.

• ,3180. Nathaniel Richardson, say b. 1860.
/2181. Nellie Louise, b. about 1864.

1405. AMOS PERKINS " Amos « David,^ b. in Watertown,
Conn., 1 May, 1826 ; ra. Caroline L. Bryan, then aged 19. He
is a leading citizen of Watertown, Conn.; deacon in the First
Church there.

2182. Cornelia Frances, b. 1 March. 1854.

2183. Helen E., 1). 17 Nov., 1855.

2184. Lettie Louisa, b. 27 May, 1858.

2185. Mary Eliza, Tj. 7 Aug. 1860.

2186. Carrie Irene, b. 16 Jan'y, 1863.

1407. FANNY' Treats David,^ b. in Watertown, Conn.; m.
1'*' Ozias Peck, of Le Moyne, Ohio; 2"^*' Hi ram French, of Water-
town, Conn. In 1873, living in North Watertown.

3187. George B., of Watertown; m. Ketura P. Cowles. Ch. : Eugene C,

Ellen M., Martha D., Minnie Q. and Wilbur H.

2188. Martha M., dead.

2189. 3Iarv S.. ni. Nathan B. Abbot, of Brooklyn, N. Y.



Richard, of llilford, Con n ecticut. 229

2190. John II.. lives in CMicshiro, Conn.; ni. Sarah Bahlwin," dan, of .Tared
S.C Tlieo]ihilus •"' Thcojihilns ■* Tiieophihis^ Barnabas- Hicliard.l

Hiram French was b. Ebenezer, from Huntington.

1113. AMANDA BLIZA" Truman « David,'^ b. in Watertown,
Conn., 19 July, 1817; m. Curtiss Judson, then of Hartford, Conn.,
and afterward of Judson's Hotel, Xew York.

3191. Emily A., b. 8 Jau'y, 1840.

2193. .TuliaE., b. 11 July, 1842; m., 23 Dec, 1858, P. S. Bichenmeyer.

1414. ANDREW HARVEY- Truman « David,^ b. in Water-
town, Conn., 31 Dec, 1818; m.' Caroline Hamilton, 18 March,
1841. They are, I believe, in 1874, of New York City.

2193. Truman Hamilton, jj. 25 June, 1844. He m. L. L. Sage, of New Jersey,
in 1873; has no ch., and is a lawyer, living in New Jersey, practicing in New York
City.

2194. Harris Judson, 1). 14 June, 1850; in 1873, of Hudson, ]\Iiuu.

2195. Lucy Elizabeth, b. 12 April, 1852.

2196. Infant son, d. 1842.

1415. MARTHA E.' Milo« David,^ in Watertown; m. George
Woodward, of Watertown, and in 1874 living there.

2197. Charles Baldwin, b. about 1850; in 1874, in Watertown.

1416. HULDA LOUISA 7 Milo ^ David, •'^ b. in Watertown,
Conn.; m., 11 :Slarch, 1846, Charles N. Allen ; in 1873, of Water-
town.

2198. George P., b. about 1848.

2199. Mary E., b. about 1849.

2200. Henry D., d. 3 or 4 yrs. old.

2201. Henrietta, b. about 1858.

2202. Irene Louisa, b, al)out 1863.

1426. GEORGE A. ^ Darius « Alexis -^ Enoch * Timothy ^ Barna-
bas- Richard,^ b. in Orange, Conn., 28 Jan'y, 1830; living (1873)
in New Haven, Conn. He m., 1851, Mary A. Catlin.

2203. Su.san E., b. 28 Feb., 1852.

2204. Charles B., h. 8 May, 1853.

2205. Minnie B., 1). 19 Aug., 1856.

2206. .lesse Emma, b. 31 Dec, 1857; d. 10 Jan'y, 1858.

2207. Harry Hunter, b. 27 Nov., 1858.



230 Baldwin Gefiealogy.

2208. Edward B.. b. 20 June, 1860; d. 29 April, 1862.

2209. GeoYge E., b. 11 Nov., 1861.

2210. Mary A., b. 4 May, 1863.

2211. Walter H., b. 15 July, 1864; d. 20 July, 1864.

2212. Bertha J., b. 4 July, 1866; d. 18 July, 1866.

1427. CHAELES A.' Darius ^ Alexis,^ b. in Orange, Conn., 28
Jan'y, 1832 ; in 1873, a successful manufacturer (Harmon, Bald-
win & Foy), in Kew Haven, Conn. He was sergeant in the 27tli
Connecticut Eegiment, in the late war. He m., 3 Dec, 1863,
Hannah Pitt Smith, of Lima, Delaware county, Penn.

2213. Charlena Ilanuub, b. 13 Juue, 1865.

2214. William Pitt, b. 12 May, 1867.

2215. May Emma, b. 14 July, 1870; d. 17 July 1870.

2216. Sherman Henry, b. 5 Sept., 1873.

1 428. MARY A.' Darius ^ Alexis,^"" b. in Orange, Conn., 12 Jan'y ,
1834 ; m., 12 May, 1861, George M. Harmon, s. Marion Harmon
of Worcester county, Mass. He was, in the late war. Captain of
the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery. He is, in 1873, of the firm
of Harmon, Baldwin & Foy, large manufacturers of skirt sup-
porters in New Haven.

2217. George H.

2218. Mary A.

2219. William.

2220. Frank.

1429. ALLEN D.' Darius*^ Alexis,^ b.in Orange, Conn., 26 Aug.,
1836; m., 7 Oct., 1862, Julia Treat, of Orange, b. 5 Aug., 1841,
dau. William. Was Sergeant Companj^ G., 27th Connecticut Eegi-
ment, in the late war. He lives (1874) in New Haven, Conn.

2221. Frank W., b. 17 April, 1864.

2222. Bertie H., b. 3 Aug., 1867.

2223. Frederick D., 1). 7 Feb'y, 1870.

1430. WILLIAM HENEY' Darius ^ Alexis,^ b. 7 Nov., 1841;
m., 1861, Sarah Louisa Loper, of Long Island. He d. in New
Haven, 6 Nov., 1867, where his family are.

2224. Edward Sheraian, b. Jau'y, 1855: d. 29 Aug., 1873.

2225. Fannie, b. 28 Oct., 1866.

1444. THEODOEE ENGLEBEECHT ' Murray L.'' Timothy ^
Elijah* Timothy 3 Barnabas ^ Eichard,i b. 14 July, 1836; m. 30



Bichard, of Milford, Connecticut. 231

May, 1860, Antoinette S. Kossiter. He was an officer in the navy,
and retired acting Captain. He is dead, and Lis ch. live "with his
father,

22'2(\. .luliii Aii,iiii>tii 3[ills, b. 22 April, 1861.
2227. .Minnie Adeline KeynokLs b. 5 May, 1866.

1445. JULIA AXX' Murray L.*^ Timothy,^^ m., 7 Oct., 1863,
Joseph Thomas Perkins, a merchant of Brooklyn, N. Y., says the
Trowbridge Genealogy.

2238. Wilson, b. 1 Oct., 1871.

1481. WILLIAM TREAT" Sherman '^ Treat ^ Theophilus* The-
ophilus^ Barnabas- Richard,^ b. 6 March, 1823, in Paris, Oneida
county, X. Y.; lives, Xov., 1877, in Matherton, Ionia county, ^lich.,
but soon after in Fenwick, ^[ontcalm county, Mich; m., 8 April,
1849, Rebecca Russell, in Pittslield, Mich.

2229. Emily :N[clissa, ni. Rev. William Stewart.

William T. is a clero-yman.

1487. OLIVE J.' John H.^ Anor-'^ Theophius^ Theophilus^
Barnabas - Richard,^ b. in Joliet, III., 22 June, 1831; m., 1853,
John Calvin Choate, of Woodstock, 111., and still there, 1877.

22;?0. Frank.

2281. Susie.

2232. Emma.

2238. Flora.

1522. LEOi^A AMELIA" Frederick B.'' Truman^ Theophilus *
Theophilus^ Barnabas - Richard,^ b. 23 Oct., 1847, in Geneva, Ohio ;
m., 22 Sept., 1868, Aaron B. Willett, of Baraboo, Wis.

2234. Lennie Howard, twiu to

2235. Laura Mary.

2236. Frederick Slye.

2237. Albert Henry.

1523. MARTHA ELLEN ' Frederick B.« Truman,^ b. 7 April,
1852; m., 23 Jan'y, 1872, James Q. Haines, of Baraboo, Wis.

2238. Howard Wilbur.

1538. SARAH' Jared S.^ Theophilus^ Theophilus* Theophi-
lus^ Barnabas- Richard,^ b. in Cheshire, Conn., about 1836; m.
John H. French, s. Willis; live in Cheshire next to her father in



232 Baldwin Gevealogg.

1874; have two ch. John H. French is s. Fanny Baldwin, dau.
Treat *^ David ^ Andrew * Timothy ^ Barnabas ^ Eichard.^

2289. Willis B.

2240. Infant son.

1539. JARED FJ Jared S.^ Theophilus,^ b. in Woodbury, 10
April, 1839; lives (1874) in Waterbury, Conn.; m., 30 May, 1860,
in Watertown, Conn., Hattie E. Patterson, b. 9 Oct., 1837, in West
Stockbridge, Mass., dau. Mark and Louisa Patterson. In 1874,
living in Watertown.

2241. Charles A., b. iu Cheshire, 2 April, 1863.

1544. WILLIAM LEVERETT - Abel S.« Jared ^ Theophilus ^
Theophilus^ Barnabas- Richard,^ b. at Jacksonville, Florida, 18
March, 1840 ; m., 12 Sept., 1866, Cornelia, dau. Dr. C. B. Coventry.
He resides, April, 1876, in Utica, N. Y. I have the impression he
is a physician.

2242. Eliza Scott, b. 12 Dec, 1867.
2248. Charles Coventry, b. 5 Nov., 1869.

2244. Leverett Seymour, b. 11 April, 1878.

1552. ELI N.' Eli K6 Eli ^ Theophilus ■• Theophilus ^ Barnabas ^
Richard,! b. 21 Nov., 1849, in Huntington ; resides (1874) in Hunt-
ington, Conn., engaged in active business — an energetic, leading-
man. He m. Harriet Adeline Moore, of Phiintield, N.J.

2245. Jennie Mary, b. 11 Feb., 1874.

1574. HENRY" Isaac*' Isaac^ Isaac ^ Theophilus ^ Barnabas-
Richard,! b. 14 Sept., 1824, in Litchlield, Litchfield county. Conn.
He m., 29 Oct., 1846, Mary M. Kilburn, and in 1871, is guardian
to his three younger ch.; Litchfield Probate.

2246. William H., b. 11 -Jmre, 1849; d. 3 Feb'y, 1861.

2247. Edwin E., b. 14 May, 1852.

2248. Emma R., b. 9 Dec, 1857.

2249. Elmer E., b. 15 March, 1861.

1575. BE rSEY ' Isaac "^ Isaac, ^ b. in Litchfield, Litchfield
county, Conn., 14 July, 1826; m., 22 Sept., 1849, Amos Johnson,
and settled in Wisconsin.

2250. Ellen R., b. 8 Aug., 1849; d. 11 .Jan'y, 1870.

2251. Lewis A., b. 19 Sept., 1853.

2252. Luther F., b. 30 .July, 1859; d. 4 Aug., 1862.
3253. Wesley B., b. 21 April, 1865.

2254. George E.



Richard, of Miljord, Connectieiit. 233

1576. ESTHERS Isaac 6 Isaac,^ b. in Litclilield, Conn., 12 July,
1828; m., 18 Oct., 1847, James H. Osborn, and remains in Litch-
field.

2255. Chauncoy J., b. 20 Dec, 1848.

2256. Georsc H., b., 31 Aug., 1850.

2257. Mary L., b. 25 .July, 1852; d. 8 July, 1855.

2258. Ella M., b. 10 ^Iav, 1854.

2259. Charles E., b. 2 March, 1857.

2260. Louisa E., b. 6 Aug-., 1859.

2261. William B., b. 13 Sept., 1861.

2262. Nellie J., b. 24 Feb'y, 1863.

2263. Ester, b. 14 Aug., 1864.

1577. LUCINDA " Isaac ^ Isaac,^ h. in Litchfield, Conn., 30 Jnly,
1830; m., 4 iN'ov., 1849, Charles B.Webster; d. at Litchfield, 24
Jan'y, 1871.

2264. Frederick C, b. 17 Oct., 1850.

2265. Wilbur F., b. 3 Get., 1855.

1578. JA^STE^ Isaac '^ Isaac ^ b. in Litchfield, Conn., 19 Aug.
1832; m., 17 May, 1852, William M.Webster, of Litchfield.

2266. William B., b. 26 .July, 1853.

2267. Almond B., b. 21 March, 1857.

2268. Bennie N., b. 8 Sept,, 1859; d, 1860.

2269. Louisa R, b. 28 March, 1862.

1579. MARY ANl^^ Isaac « Isaac,^ b. in Litchfield, Conn., 2
July, 1834 ; m. Austin Hine ; setled in Southford, Conn.

2270. Ida.L

2271. Edna R.

2272. Austin B.

1580. CLARK 7 Isaac " Isaac,=' b. in Litchfield, Conn., 18 Aug.,
1836 ; m. Martha Van Orman, and setttled in Minnesota.

2273. Maijgie L.



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162L ANDREW 7 Alsop« Amos^ Alsop^ Theophilus^ Barna-
bas ^ Richard,^ b. in Watertown, Conn., 30 E'ov., 1834. In 1873,
living in Watertown. He m. Sarah M. Warner.



2274. Charles, b. about 1861,

2275. Lottie, b. about 1807.

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234 Baldwin Genealogy.

1622. SARAH EJ Alsop^ Amos/ b. in Watertown, Conn. 16
March, 1838. She m. David Doolittle, of ^N'ew Britain, Conn.,
and in 1873, living there.

3376. Willie Egbert, b. 30 Aug., 1858.

2277. David Edward, b. 39 Dec, 1859.

3278. Carrie Elizabeth, b. 26 March, 1862.

2379. Elloise, b. 4 Aug,, 1864.

2280. Bertha Adella, b. 13 April, 1869.

1636. LUCY M.' Lewis W.^ Theophilus ^ Richard ' Theophilus'^
Barnabas^ Richard,^ b. in Middlebury, Conn., 18 Aug., 1848; m.,
Nov., 1866, James D. Wooster.

2281. Minnie, b. 3 .June, 1870; d. May, 1878.

He d. Feb'y, 1873,. aged 34; and she lives (1877) in Middlebury,
Conn.

1637. RODMOND j^OYES' N'ojes^ Ira^ Richard^ Theophi-
lus ^ Barnabas ^ Richard,^ b. 10 Jan'y, 1824 ; living (1873) in >^orth
Madison, Lake county, Ohio ; m, 4 Sept., 1845, Betsey E. Multer,
of Huntsburg, Ohio.

2382. Ellen .Josephine, b. 19 .Jul}-, 1846, in Moutville.

2283. Harriet Adeline, b. 12 Aug., 1850.

2384. William Henry, b. 23 April, 1855; d. 3 May, 1855.

Was by trade tanner and currier; in 1877, a farmer.

1638. ROLAND HOTCHKISS - Noyes « LV b. in New Hart-
ford, Conn., 24 March, 1827 ; in 1873, living in Moutville, Geauga

county, Ohio. He m. Miss Fannie , b. 27 Oct., 1827, of

Thompson, Geauga county, Ohio. He was Captain in the 124th
Ohio Regiment, in the late war. Is a stout, large man.

2285. Williard E., b. 1 Jan'y, 1853. +

2286. Eossie E., b. 2 Oct., 1855.

2287. Roland E., b. 18 June, 1862, in Thompson.

2288. Bertrand, b. 22 May, 1873, in Montville.

1639. MARTHA ELIZABETH ^ Noyes « L-a, ^ b. in Connecti-
cut ; m. Joseph Broughton, a farmer of Montville, Geauga county,
Ohio, s. Rev. Job, of Thompson, there from England. She is
dead (1873), and left ch.

2289. Florence, m. Whitnej^ and has two ch.

2290. Lizzie.



Richard, of 3Iilford, Connecticut. 235

Her husband was in the late war, in the regiment with his
brother-in-law King.

1640. MELISSA LYDIA" Noyes*^ Ira."^ She lived in Montville,
Geauga county, Ohio. She m. Lysander King, of Chardon, in that
county, who, in the late war, went through the South in Sher-
man's famous march, and died in the hospital in Kew York.

2291. May. living iu 1873.

She m. 2»'i' Thomas C. Hart.

2292. Son, d. infant.

2293. Son, infant, in Feb'y, 1874.

1642. MERRITT WELLS -Ira M.*^ Ira,^ b. in Xew Hartford,
Conn., 23 Oct., 1834; m. Catharine Hall, iu Kew Haven, in 1873;
lives in Berlin, Conn. Was a private, in the late war, in a Con-
necticut regiment.

2294. Rhoda Antoinette, b. 7 Oct., 1839, in Berlin.

2295. Merritt Wells, b. Nov., 1861.

1643. ANTOIXETTE R." L-a M.^ Ira,^ b. iu ]S^ew Hartford,
Conn., 23 Aug., 1831 ; m., 25 Nov., 1847, Samuel L. Norton, and
living, March, 1877, in South Meriden, Conn.; he was b. 26 Dec,
1821, in Berlin, Conn.

2296. Delia A., b. 11 Feb., 1847.

2297. Sarah E., 5 Oct., 1851; d. 30 Nov., 1854.

2298. Emma. 13 Aug., 1853; d. 4 April, 1854.

2299. Royal S., 2 July, 1854.

2300. M. L., 1 .Jan'y, 1856.

2301. Luina F., 7 Sept., 1859.

2302. William H., 19 Aug., 1861.

2303. Birdscy B., 21 March, 1863.

2304. Nettie E., 1 April, 1866.

2305. Sarah A., 10 .Jan'y, 1868.

2306. George W., 19 Oct., 1870; d. 30 Aug., 1871.

1644. DELIA ANGELINE^ra M.^Ira^b. in New Hartford,
Conn., 16 May, 1828 ; m., 29 April, 1849, Charles Noyes Ailing,
b. 2 Feb'y, 1822, in Hamden, Conn.; iu 1873, in Berlin, Conn.

2307. Charles Baldwin, b. 25 Feb'y, 1850, in Hamden.

2308. Isaac Edward, b. 4 Dec, 1852, in Berlin.

2309. Willard Ira. b. 27 March, 1855.

2310. Angle Estella, b. 21 .Tune. 1864.

2311. Bertha Grace, b. 17 Sept.. 1866.



236 Baldwin Genealogy.

1645. NE WTOX HENRY ^ Ira M.^ Ira,^ b. in Berlin, Conn., 19
April, 1842; ra., 14 Feb'j, 1866, Ellen M. Ilurlburt, b. in Soutb-
ington. Conn., 12 June, 1851. He was a private, in tbe late war,
with bis brother Merritt. He lives (1873) in Berlin.

2313. Ira Merritt, b. 23 Feb'y, 1868.

2313. Newton AVells, b. 14 Sept., 1870.

2314. George Hurlburt, b. 21 Feb'y, 1872.

1713. IRA" Abner Spencer^ Abner^ Richard* Theophilus ^ Bar-
nabas^ Richard,' b. in Woodbridge, Conn.; m. an Andrews, of
Orange ; resides in Woodbridge, and has ch.

1715. EVERETT 7 Abner^ Abner,^ b. in Woodbridge, Conn.,
and in 1874, living there with his father ; m. a lady of Ansonia,
Conn., and is now divorced. He had one

2315. Child, wlio is dead.

1877. ALICE AMANDAs Erastns B.^ Frederick W.*^ Edmund ^
Israel ^ Theophilus ^ Theophilus ' Richard,^ b. in Hinesburgh, Vt.,
27 Nov., 1853 ; m. Charles V. L. Peters, of Chicago, and living
there in 1875.

2316. Nellie Anna, b. 2 Feb'y, 1875.

1948. JESSE C.« Jacob 7 John« Jacob ^ Zachariab* Zachariah ^
Zachariah- Richard,M). 3 May, 1817, in Hamilton county, Ohio;
m., 1841, in Hopkinsville, Warren county, Ohio, Susan Wood, b.
24 Sept., 1820. In Dec, 1875, I have a letter from him, but not
his residence.

2317. Jacob M,, b. 3 Jan'y, 1842; d. 1863, in Tennessee, in the army.

2318. Samuel V., b. 11 Fel/y, 1844; living, 1875, close to Lincoln, Logan
covinty, 111.

2319. Emily A., b. 11 March, 1846; d. 1863.

2320. Thomas R., b. 11 Oct., 1849; living, 1875, in Lc'roy, 111.

2321. David M., b. 29 June, 1851; living, 1875, in Blanchester, Clinton
county, Ohio.

2322. Louis A., b. 2 March, 1855; lives, 1875, near Lincoln, 111.

2323. Jesse T., b. 14 Aug., 18o7; lives, 1875, near Lincoln, 111,

2324. Susan M., b. 17 May, 1860; living, 1875, witli her father.

2325. Martha J., b. 2 Sept., 1862; living, 1875, with lier father.

1964. CHARLES JACOBS » George Colfax ^ James L.« Job '^
Zachariah * Zachariah ^ Zachariah -^ Richard,^ b. 10 Aug., 1841, in



Richard, of Milford, Co7inccticut. 237

Charlestowu, N. Y.; m., 3 Aug., 1870, Adelaide J. Fosdiek, of Gro-
tou, Mass. He is a Baptist clergyman, in 187-), in Chelsea, Mass.;
and in 1878, in Rochester, N. Y. lie was Adjutant in the 151st
I^ew York Volunteers the last two years of the late war, and on
duty at the siege of Charlestown, under Gilmore.

2326. Jamcvs Fosdick, b. 29 April, 1871.

2006. JOHN STANLEYsCharles^ Jacob H.*' Amos ^'Simeon*
Ebenezers Zachariah-2 Richard,^ b. 9 April, 1841 ; living (1874) at
Atlantic, Iowa. He is a farmer. He m., 9 April, 1863, H. F.
Whipple.

2327. Charles, b. o Jau'y, 1867.
2:328. Carrie, b. 20 Jau'y, 1868.

2329. Thomas L., b. 25 March, 1869.

2330. Mar.y, b. 20 June, 1871.

2331. Edith (twin), b. 10 Jan'y, 1874.

2332. Kate, b. 10 Jan'y, 1874.

2007. JACOB HICKS s Charles 'Jacob H.,M). 10 Nov., 1844;
d. 22 April, 1873, in Columbus, Texas. He was then Clerk of
Colorado county, in that State. He was in service in the late war,
as Clerk, three years and three months. He m. Mary E. Ilotch-
kiss, who, in 1874, resides with her child in Columbus.

2333. Ida, b. 14 Nov., 1871.

2008. SARAH ELIZABETH^ Charles^ Jacob H.^ b. 19 May,
1850 ; m. E. P. Mills, and lives (1874) in Lewis, Cass county, Iowa.

2334. Harlow, b. 8 June, 1868.

2072. DWIGHT MAJORS Hart B." Major ^^ Barnabas ^ Barna-
bas ^ Barnabas ^ Barnabas - Richard,^ b. 26 Aug., 1836, in Wood-
bridge, Conn.; in 1874, residing in Redwing, Minn. He m., 30
Oct., 1860, Susan E. Holmes, of Connecticut.

2335. Mary E., b. 31 Dec, 1861.

2336. Sidney M., b. 6 :March. 1863.

2337. Dwigiit Major, b. 27 May, 1867.

2074. HARRIET AURELIA^ Hart B.^ Major," b. 3 Dec, 1839,
in Woodbridge, Conn.; m., 21 Dec, 1862, Reuben B. Smitli, of
Missouri, They live (1874) in Minneapolis, Minn.

2338. Hattie, b. 4 Jau'y, 1864.



238 ■ Baldwin Genealogy.

2075. SAMUEL ELLIOT ^ Hart B.^ Major,*^ b. 6 April, 1843, in
Woodbridge, Conn.; in 1874, resident of Redwing, Minn. He
m,, 16 ]S[ov., 1864, Sarah Little, of Maine.

2839. Frank E., b. 17 Sept., 1865.

2340. May, b. 22 April, 1867.

2341. Jennie R., b. 16 Sept., 1872.

2088. FREDERICK A.^ Samuel H.^ Bela« Barnabas ^ Barna-
bas* Barnabas 3 BarnabaB,^ Richard,^ b. 15 May, 1838; address,
1875, New Haven, Conn.; m. 1851.

2342. Daughter, b. 1861.

2089. CHARLES L.^ Samuel H.^ Bela,*' b. 2 Sept., 1842 ; address,
Kew Haven, Conn., in 1874.

2343. Daughter, b. 1867.

2090. MAY FRANCES^ Samuel H.^ BeV b. 22 Dec., 1845;
m., Aug., 1862, Joseph D. Bradley, of New Haven.

2344. Joseph P.

2345. Charles.

2346. Frederick.

2347. Robert. !

2146. MARY« Alonzo" Jesse,<^ b. in Whiting, Vt., 1840; m.,
1858, Wallace Doud; in 1877, living in West Salisbury, Vt.

2348. Carrie.

2147. EDSON A.s Alonzo ' Jesse,^' b, in Whiting, Vt., 1845 ; m.,
1870, Annette Seeley, who d. 1875, and he m. 2'"^' 1876, Louisa
Gibbs ; lives (1877) in Whiting, Vt.

2349. Willie.

2350. Nettie.

2155. ADELBERT C.^ Truman W."^ Treat,^ b. in Sylvan, AVash-
tenaw county, Mich., 22 May, 1850; m., 22 June, 1872, Effie Dixon.
In 1877, living in Sylvan.

2351. Angie Lena, 6 Jan'y, 1865.

2352. Elsie Disile, 14 July, 1877.

2285. WILLARD E.^ Roland Hotchkiss" Noyes^^ Ira^ Richard *
Theophilus 3 Barnabas - Richard,^ b. 1 Jan'y, 1853, in Montville,
Geauga county, Ohio ; m., 1 Jan'y, 1873, Miss Ella H. Cutts.

2353. Bernard B., b. 15 Nov., 1876.



John Baldwin, of Stonington, Connecticut,



AND HIS DESCENDANTS.



1. JOHN BALDWIN, of Stonington, Connecticut, was son of
Sylvester, who died on the passage to America, 21 June, 1638, and
brother of Richard, of Miiford. See ante page 41. His identity
is established, beyond all question, by legal proceedings after the
death of his f^on John. He was baptized in Parish Aston Clinton,
County Bucks, England, 28 October, 1(335, and no doubt then quite
young. Sylvester Baldwin's family being part of the " New Haven
Company,"' removed to that place.* John was married to his
first wife in 1656. According to the records, a home lot, of an
acre and a half, was assigned to him, and he received other grants
of land in Miiford. His first wife died in 1657, soon after the
birth of her son John. Miss Calkins says his name appears in the
New London records occasionally after 1654. His descendant,
John D., of Worcester, says 1664. He was in Miiford in 1658,
and one of the heroes of New London, who had the strife with
men of Lyme, in 1671, about]the boundary line. On the 24th of
July, 1672, he married Rebecca Palmer, daughter of the first Wal-
ter Palmer, of Stonington, and young widow of Elisha Chees-
borough. They settled in Stonington, where she owned a large
tract of land. She outlived him about thirty years, and died
May 2'"'' 1713. The children were:

2. John, b. April I'S, 16o7; bapt. as an adult in StOTiiuirton, and d. in 1678,
"while gone to England. As the record which eslablishes this fact proves the line,
I add it. His grandmother, Mrs. Astwood, had remembered liim in her will, from



* It has been generally supposed, that Mrs. Baldwin lived for some years in New Haven, her name, with
family, being in the list of 1643; bnt see ante pajfes 77 and 7S, as to the New Haven and Miiford lists.
She may have remained in New Haven until her, second marriage, as is thought by her descendant of this
line, Hon. John D. Baldwin ; but I do not consider it proved. After her marriage to Astwood, the faniilj'
no doubt lived in Miiford, next door to her son Richard Baldwin.



240 Baldwin Genealogy.

■wiiicli followed the facts of the record appearing iu the New Haveu County f 'oiirt
Records, Vol. 2, page 89:

"At a Court of Prohate, held in New Haven, Octob'r ye lOth day, 1T02. Present:

Major Mosses Mansfield.

" SiLVp:sTEii B.XLDWix, of Stonington, in / Esquire Judge ^
ye county of New London, appearing and J Wii.li.v.m M.xltbie, f E.sqrs- Jusc-
making application to this Court, for power j Jeremi.mi Osbokxe, [ Or norum.
of administracon upon a certaiue legacy V John Alling, /

l)equeatli('d to his brother, John Baldwin, in and hj the last will of Mi^s- Sarah Ast-
wood, which said John Baldwin, by report of Mr. Plumb, of ]\Iilford, went to
England about twenty -tive years since, and is supposed to be deceased. Upon w"ch
ye court allows administracon of s'd legacy to the said Silvesf Baldwin, he having
given sufReicnt bond for his faithful administration of the same according to law,
and refund the estate if any other heir appeare."

The legacy was made in 1679, and was a singular legacy to
grant administration for twenty-three years after, but the estate
had no doubt been sold, and this proceeding was to get the
proceeds.

8. Rebecca, b. May 20, 1673; m., March 21. 1694, Elnathau Minor, son of
Deacon Manassah Minor; she d. March 12, 1701. He was town Clerk of Stoning-
ton. They had ch. : (9) Samuel, Dec. 12, 1694; (10) Manassah, Dec. 1, 1695; (11)
Elnathan, Jan. 24, 1697; (12) Rebecca, Dec. 13, 1699. Deacon Manassah jVIinor
was s. of Thomas ;ind Grace (dau. Walter Palmer), and was the first male child b.
in New London.

4. Mary, b. Feb. 24, 1675; m., Nov. 25, 1706, John Randall, of Stonington,
as his 2nJ wife. Her ch. were: (13) Sarah, Nov. 10, 1707, d. Jan. 19, 1713; (14)
Nathan; July 7, 1709; (15) Ichabod, Oct. 21, 1711; (16) Saraii; March 12, 1714, and
d. Sept. 6, 1714; (17) Joseph, twin. June 2, and d. Jmie 21, 1715; (1$) Benjamin,
June 2, 1715; (19) Rebecca, June 25, 1717; and (20) Jose])h. July 17, 1720.

5. Sylvester, March 4, 1677. +

6. Sarah, March, 1679; d. unm.

7. Jane, April, 1681; d. before 1692.
S. Theo])hilus, June, 1683. +

John, the fatlier, died 19 August, 1683. Jolin Baklwin was in
the famous ditference between New London and Lyme. A
meadow at Black Point, claimed by both towns, had been
reserved by each for the respective clergymen of the towns. The
w^ar was in 1671. About thirty New London men, among whom
were the leading persons in the town, went to mow the grass for
their minister, and were met and resisted by a party from Lyme,
there on a similar errand for tJuin minister. There was strife;
and constables were there, and justices too, so that warrants and



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arrests were well mixed up with blows. A general melee took
place, with no very great harm. The cooler heads finally agreed
to let the law decide the matter, and " drank a dram together with



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