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Nathaniel, of Milford^ Connecticut. 433

he m., March 23, 1775, Lucy Hills, dim. Col. Medad Hills, of Go-
shen ;■ she was b. April 15, 175G, and d. March 10, 1803. He d.
in Goshen.

37.J. Soth, 1). April e."), 177(3.+

376. Era.stus, 1). May 27, 1778. +

377. Collins, b. April 80, 1780; d. unm. May 16, 1847.

378. Freelove. b. Sept. 13, 1782; ni. .Tolm Griswold, of Goshen, and had oh.:
Julia, d. unm. ; Sally, ra. Putnam Bailey, of Goshen, and had ch. ; Lucy and Jane,
who, in 1874, lived unm. in Hartford, Conn.; and Collins.

379. Infant, b. and d. Oct. 11, 1784.

380. Infant, b. July 3, and d. July 7, 1785.

381. Abigail, b. June 23, 1786; m. Theron S. Ludingdou, of Goshen; both d.
there. He was a mercliant. They had ch. : Daniel, killed when a l)oy by a run-
away horse; Theron, m. ]\Iiss Bailey, dau. Philo, and in 1874 living in Goshen, with
ch. ; and Lucy, m. and settled in Georgia.

382. Lucy, b. April 3, 1789: d. .July 10, 1791.

383. Lucia, b. May 14, 1791; m. Birdsey Baldwin e BrewinS SamueH Nathan-
iel 3 Samuel- Xathaniel.i

384. Gustavus, February, 179.j; d. March 19, 179.).

184. STEPHENS Stephen^ Timotliy,^ b. in Guilford, Coi>u.,
Dec. 13, 1758 ; settled in Goshen, Conn.; he m., Jan. 24, 1788,
Susannah Adams, b. Jan. 22, 1769, dau. Abel Adams, of Win-
chester, Conn. Both joined the Church, Sept. 15, 1709. She d.
at Akron, Ohio, Sept. 29, 1848. He d. of consumption, May 21,
1810. They lived in East street, Goshen.

385. Augustus, b. Nov. 4, 1788. +

386. Pomeroy, b. Oct. 16; 1790.+

387. Silas, b. June 9, 1792. +

388. Frederick, b. March, 1794.+

389. Miles, b. May 24, 1796. +

390. Harvey, b. Sept. 18, 1798. +

391. Xorman C, b. .July 29, 1802. +

392. Canjline A. 1). April 29, 1807; m. George Kirkham. +

185. ELISHA-^ Stephen^ Timothy,3 b. in Guilford, Conn., Jan.
20, 1760 ; he settled in Goshen, Conn., with his father, and lived
in the north part of that town. He m. Clarissa Judd, of Litch-
field; she d. Sept. 7, 1814, aged 45. He d. April 22, 1832, of
dropsy in the breast. They were both buried in the East Street
Cemetery, in Goshen.

393. Orra, b. Nov. 26, 1788; m. Eber Bailey; she is called, in the Litchfield
Probate Record, Anna. She has ch. : Elislia, wlio m. had ch. and d. ; Orra,.Lucre-
tia, and another daughter.

394. Rufus, b. Oct. 31, 1790. +



434 Baldwin Genealogy.

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395. Abraham, b. May 7. 1792; graduated at Yale College, iu 1820; studied
theology in Gosheu. and was licensed to preach, 1822, by the North Association of
Litchfield county. His health was not good, and he continued feeble to the close of
his life. He soon entered the service of the Vermont Missionary Society. In the
summer of 1826, he took much interest in the religious condition of the French
population of Canada, and he resolved to settle among them. He arrived in Mon-
treal in June, 1826. where he d. Jul_y 12, 1826. He d. unm., peaceful and happy.

396. Clarissa, b. in Goshen ; d. unm. in the Insane Retreat, at Hartford, Conn. ,
October, 1847.

397. Horace, b. December, 1796. +

398. "William, lived in Guilford. X. Y., as a merchant, m. 1st, Louisa Booth,
and 2nJ. Catharine Humphrej', l)Oth of that place.

399. Theron. b. July 21, 1801. +

400. Elisha, b. Sept. 12, 1803. +

187. AUGUSTUS 5 Stephen ^ Timothy ,3 b. in Goshen, Conn.,
-Aug. 27, 1787 ; he settled in Augusta, Ga., where he m., January,
1799, widow Rebecca Cooke, of that place. He d. Nov. 23, 1807,
-Principal of an Academy in Augusta.

40o. Louisa, m. Dr. Alexander Cunningham, of Augusta.
• 406. Augustus Collins. +

407. William Hemy, d. unm. in New York City, in the summer of 1854.

Augustus taught school in North Guilford ; among his pupils
was Lyman Beecher, who, in his Autobiography, gives a satiric
sketch of him. As a teacher, "he really took hold and gave us a
start." (Vol. 1, page 33.)

205. ISAACS Nathaniel* Nathaniel ^ Samuel ^ Nathaniel,^ b. in
Goshen, Conn., March 12, 1759; he lived there, and Mr. Byron
A. Baldwin says, "built the present house on the west side of the
highway, on Joy mountain, near Goshen," where he lived thirteen
years, when he bought the farm of Fisk Beach, of East street.
He m., 1783, Lucy Lewis, dau. Ebenezer Lewis, Sen., of East
street, Goshen. He d. March 7, 1830, of heart disease; she, June
4, 1833, at the house of her son-in-law, in Winsted.

408. Hannah Clarissa, b. March 12, 1784, m. Rev. James Beach. 4-

206. NATHANIEL 5 Nathaniel* Nathaniel, ^ b. in Goshen,
Conn., July 20, 1761 ; he m, Susan Sherman, dau. Eev. Josiah
Sherman. " She was a woman of excellent Christian character
.and patience." They lived many years in East Bloomfield, N. Y.
She d. in Michigan, in 1833.



JSathaniel, of 3Iil ford,, Connecticut. 485

409. John.

410. Sherman, liv^d in Bloomfield, X. Y. ; liad a wife and three ch. He d. by
putting thenniz/lc of a loaded ,i:un tohisnioutii, and pulling tlie trigger with his foot.

411. Martha.

412. Susan.

413. Zimri.

217. ASAHEL^ SamueH Nathaniel,'^ b. in Goshen, Conn., Oct.
5, 1745 ; he m. Patience Bronson, dau. Cornelius Bronson, of
Southbiiry. She was sister of Jedidah, 2"^"^ wife of Nathaniel Bald-
win ■* l!^athaniel^ Samuel- Nathaniel.^ He d. at Goshen, Conn.,
Aug. 16, 1775 ; she d. in Harwinton, Conn., Sept. 26, 1775. Adm.
of his estate was given the widow, and an allowance was made for
the support of his infant children.

414. Jedidah m. as early as 1804, Thomas White, of Torrington, Conn., where
both d. in 1847. They had ch. : Hiram J., m. Henrietta Smith, of Waterbury,
Conn. ; Ann Eliza, m. William.Parmelee, s. Theodore and Eleanor, in 1858 residing
in Ohio.

415. Sibl)el, m., Oct. 18, 1792, Abijah Coe.+

416. Israel, d. aged 14 yrs.

Asahel built his house on the west side of East street, and it
was afterward occupied by Obed Humphrey.

221. BREWIN 5 Samuel * Nathaniel, ^ b. in Goshen, Conn., Jan.
17, 1753 ; he m., Aug. 13, 1772, Hannah Foote, b. Feb. 26, 1756,
dau. Ebenezer Foote, of Cornwall, Conn. The}' continued in
Goshen, where she d. June 10, 1823, aged 67. He d. Sept. 6, 1833.

417. Mary Ann, b. Nov. 29, 1773; she is called, in the History of Winchester,
and by B. A. Baldwin, "Marian." She m. Amos Tolles, of Colebrook, formerly
of Durham, Greene county, JST. Y. He lived in Winsted until 1837, when he went
to live at Barkhamsted with his daughter, and d. July 18, 1848, aged 80. His wife
d. June 2, 1838. Children: Hannah, about 1793, m. Daniel Sage of Colebrook;
Elisha, al)out 1794, m. Harriet Frisbie, of New Canaan, and d. in Winchester, July
13, 1849; Hiley, 1796, d. South, unm. ; Lucia, 1798, m. Amasa Mallory, Jr., of
New Hartford, Conn., and d. Dec. 17, 1834; Sylvia, October, 1801, m., May, 1826,
William S. Boyd, of Hartford, Conn. ; and Mary, m. Amasa Mallory, Jr.

418. Timothy, m. Rhoda Enos, and settled in Sandisfield, Berkshire county,
Mass., where his ch. were born. He d. in Colebrook, Conn., July 12, 1817, where
he then resided, though he still had property in Berkshire county, where adm. was
granted. His Avife survived. He had ch. : Allen, or Alvin, m. Minerva Belden, of
Sandisfield; Cyrus, went South and m. ; Hiram ni. Mary Sears, of Sandisfield,
Mass.; Marj' Ann, m. Seth Bailey, s. Andrew; E1)en, went South; Asahel, settled
in Illinois; George Richard, m. Anna Hoyt, of New York City; and Harriet.

419. Asahel, b. Oct. 23. 1777; d. Dec. 7, 1777.

420. Nancy, b. Jan. 25, 1779; d. April 12, 1849, at Goshen, unm.

421. Jonatlian, b. April 17, 1781; d. Sept. 4. 1793.



436 Baldwin Genealogy.

423. Sylvester, b. Dec. 14, 1783; settled in Chenango, Broome county, N. Y.
He in., Oct. 17, 1804, Candace Ives, dau. Lewis. He d. April 26, 1854. He had ch. :
Caroline, ni. April 17, 1825; William McDonald; Betsey; Sidney; Jane; Marianne,
m. Marcus Beardsley; Rachel, Juliet, Lucien, Samuel and Harriet.

423. Birdsey, b. Feb. 3, 1786. +

424. Betsey, b. May 8, 1788; m. Allen Maltbie, Nov. 11, 1811; d. Sept. 16,
1853, at Chardon, Geauga county, Ohio.

425. Anna R, b. FeV). 3, 1791. +

426. Martha, b. 3Iay 9, 1793; m., Oct. 20, 1820, Halsey Biglow. She d. in
Goshen, 3Iarch 16, 1826. Children: George, ]\Iary and Kobert.

427. Jonathan F., b. Sept. 12, 1795. +

428. Laura M.. b. Jan. 18, 1798; m., Feb. 11, 1823, Jesse Maltbie, and d. April
19, 1829, leaving a sou Lorriu.

222. SAMUEL^ Samuel^ Nathaniel,^ b. in Goshen, Conn., May
25, 1755 ; m. Lncina Hill. He had a six mouths' service in the
Revolutionary war.

429. Asahel, b. March 31, 1782; d. .Jan. 27, 1812.

430. Harvey, b. Jan. 26, 1784; d. April 9, 1812.

431. Lydia, b. .Jan. 17, 1786; d. Jan. 5, 1788.
^32. Lydia, b. July 25, 1788; d. April 26, 1826.

433. Hilon (twin to Harlem), b. Dec. 27, 1790; said to be living, 1875, in
McHenry county, 111.

434. Harlem (twin), b. Dec. 27, 1790. +

435. Wait Hill, b. Feb. 8, 1793; d. Sept. 10, 1836.

436. Ambrose, 1). Jvme 1, 1795. +

437. Lucy, b. June 16, 1797; d. Oct. 8, 1837.

438. Orrin, b. Oct. 27, 1799; d. 1803.

439. Ira C, b. April 11, 1802; m. Sarah Wheeler.

224. MERCY 5 Samuel Nathaniel,Mj. in Goshen, Conn.,' July
10, 1760; she ra. Ambrose Collins, b. March 28, 1756, son of Cyprian,
of Litchfield, Conn., by his wife Asubah Gibbs, of Goshen. They
settled at Goshen, where he d. Sept. 1, 1838; she, March 4, 1821.
The Hyde Genealogy names her Mary, but my informants among
her relatives, Mercy.

440. Augustus, b. March 28, 1780; d. July 4, 1807, unm., in Chariestown, S. C.

441. Anne, b. .July 23, 1782; m., Sept. 11, 1800, Ethan Walter, of Goshen, and
had cli.

442. Calvin, b. Dec. 10, 1783; m. Mary A. Wright, and settled in Parma, N. Y.

443. Ambrose, b. Aug. 26, 1786; m. Ethe Hicock, and had a family in Goshen.

444. Cyprian, b. June 25, 1788; m. Jeannettc Scoville, and had a family.

445. Samuel Baldwin, b. April 17, 1790.

446. Nerina, b. Sept. 6, 1792; d. unm. 1838.

447. John Hyde, b. Oct. 26, 1794; m. Elizabeth W. AYashburn; settled in
Boston, Mass. ; had ch.

448. George Lewis, b. Sept. 8, 1796; d. unm. Oct. 18, 1817.

449. Laura, b. July 2, 1799.



Xathcniiel, of Milford, Connecticut. 437

450. Clara :Mana. b. Sept. 4. 1801; probably in. ('hri>:toplior P. Whcek-r, of
JVIiltoii, Conn.

451. Freelove, b. April 1'2 1S04; m.. Xov. 2, 1826, Amasa W. Chaphi, and
lived in Goshen and New York City, and had eh.

227. E^OS STANLEYS Samuel^ Xatbaiiiel,^ b. iu Gosheu,
Coim., i^ov. 22, 1769 ; he m., Oct. 28, 1780, Charlotte Bailey, b.
June 17, 1774, dau. Andrew Bailey ; she d. at Mount Morris, IS". Y.,
in 1815. He m. 2""' June 11, 1820, Miss Sally Lake, who d. in
Michigan, Dec. 9, 1837. He settled in Mount Morris, X. Y., where
he d. Oct. 20, 1828. He was Captain of Militia in Connecticut,
which srave hira that title to his death. He was called out in the
war of 1812, but was in ao engagement.

453. Remu.s, b. Oct. 5, 1791, in Goshen. 4-

453. Snsannah, b. Oct. 4, 1793; ni. 1st, David Blanchard; 2'id. John Cnlver. +

454. Lois, b. Xov. 8, 1795; m., Sept. 11, 1814, Benajah Butler, but is d., and
had no ch. He d. Oct. 19, 1815. She went to Xe\v Orleans and notified her rela-
tives that she was about to return ; she was never heard of after.

455. Aui-elia, b. June 1, 1798; m. Chauncey Butler. +

456. Augustus, b. June 7, 1801. +

457. Almira, b. June 4, 18l3; ni., June 11, 1820, at Mount Morris, N. Y.,
Thomas L. Spafford. She d. March 3, 1848, at Manchester, 3Iich. His 2"'i wife
Mary d. at Manchester, Jan. 13, 1871, aged 73. Their ch. were: Charlotte E. ni.
F. M. Chapman, residence Chicago. 111. ; Lois; Andrew W.. of Amboy. 111. ; Emily,
m. Scott; Sarah, m. and lives at Manchester; T. Frank; and Harriet Anna, m.
Chubbuck.

458. Asahel, b. March 22, 1807.+

459. Emily, b. May 19, 1810, at Vernon, Oneida county. X. Y'. ; m. Andrew
Spafford, March 23, 1828; she d. Aug. 1, 1862, leaving no ch.

231. EBEN'EZER'5 Jotham^ Ebenezer* John^ John^ Xathau-
iel,^ b. 'Nov. 15, 1797, in Xewark, K J.; settled Aug. 19, 1819, at
IsTew Albany, Ind,; m., Dec. 7, 1820, Elizabeth Hess, b. Jan. 29,
1798. They had ten children, of whom four are living in 1876 ;
five died young.

460. John Hess, b. Nov. 14, 1822. iu Charlestown. Clarke county, Ind. +

461. James Miller, b. March 5, 1827. +

402. Martha M., b. Aug. 2, 1829; m. Dr. Daniel Bjnfield. at Vernon, Ind. He
d. of consumption, and had one child, d. y. She m. 2"J, Leland Payne, and was
living with him in Franklin in 1876. They have had eight ch. ; four d., and two
sons and two dans, are living.

433. Elizabeth J., b. Feb. 4, 1832; m., Oct. 12, 1849. Joseph B. Newcomb; in
1876, living in Liberty, Vernon county, Ind. Have had ch. ; one d. y. ; three sous
and oue dau. living.

464. Mary E., b. June 1, 1834; m., Dec. 5, 1859, Joseph F. Garshwiler; had a
s:.who d, and a dau. In 1876, they live in Franklin, Ind.



438 Baldwin Genealogy.

Ebenezer and his wife are both living, 1876, in Franklin, Ind.
He has been active as a merchant and miller since his lirst settle-
ment in Indiana, and in Franklin since 1854.

238. MARY ANN ^ John ^ Moses* John ^ John "^ Xathaniel,i b.
at Brimfield, Mass., i^ov. 30, 1798 ; m. at Pawtucket, R. I.^ Nov.
1, 1824, David Le Favour, b. in Marblehead, Mass., Nov. 1, 1799.
They lived at Pawtucket, R. I.

465. Edward, b. May 4, 1827, at Pawtucket, R. I. ; lie m., Sept. 8, 1817, Mary
Drown Reed, who d. Oct. 16, 1858, leaving one s. John Edward, b. May 27, 1858,
and he m. 2"'!. Nov. 11,1 868, at Bay City, Mich. , Martha W. Hutchinson. He lives in
Detroit, where he has been an active citizen and business man. Children: John
Edward, May 27, 1858; and Helen H., Nov. 30. 1870.

466. Horace, b. Jan. 5, 1830; d. July 27, 1832.

467. Mercy, b. April 22. 1833; d. Aug. 28, 1837.

468. Heber, b. May 3, 1837. He entered, at the breaking out of the late war,
in 1861, as Captain of the 5th Michigan Infantry; was wounded at the battle of
"Williamsburg, on the McClellan advance from Yorktown toward Richmond. After
his recovery, he was made Lieutenant-Colonel of the 22d Regiment of Michigan
Volunteers, and then Colonel. At Chickamauga, he commanded a brigade and
made a gallant tight, but was captured and sent a prisoner to Richmond. After his
exchange, he returned to his brigade, where he continued to serve with much honor
and credit to himself and his country till the close of the war. He was made a
Brigadier-General just as the war was closing. He d. at Pawtucket, R. I., March,
1878.

469. Latimer, b. July 28, 1841 ; d. at Jacksonville, Florida, of consumption,
3Iarch 2. 1870.

240. CHARLES PEABODY« John ^ Moses,* b.in Danville, Yt.,
Nov. 15, 1802 ; he m., Oct. 22, 1833, at Sutton, Mass., Mary Ann
Sibley. He was a merchant in New York.

470. Jane Louisa, b. in Webster, Mass., Sept. 12, 1833.

471. John, b. in Sutton, Mass., Sept. 5, 1835.

472. Charles Edward, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1840. -f

473. ]Mary Ann, b. in Brooklyn. Nov. 9, 1844.

474. Frederick Harrison, b. in Brooklyn, Dec. 14, 1848.

242. ELIZA M. ^ John ^ Moses,* b. June 20, 1806, at Brimfield,
Mass.; m. at Pawtucket, R. I., May 27, 1831, Rev. George Taft,
D.D.; he was b. in Mendou, Mass., Aug. 27, 1791 ; graduated at
Brown University in 1815 ; became an Episcopal clergyman in
1818; settled at Pawtucket from 1820 to his death, Dec. 11, 1869.
He preached there over fifty 3'ears, commencing one year before
his settlement. She d. Dec. 29, 1874.



Nathaniel, of Milford, Connecticut. 439'

475. Mary (fvvin to Maria), b. March 22, 1832; d. a few clays old.

476. Maria (twin), b. March 22, 1832; d. a few days old.

477. George Horn, b. Aug. 12, 1833; m., June 9, I^.IO, Mary Elizabeth Jones,
and had foiu- ch. : Elizabetli B., George, Charles and Edward.

478. Charies, b. April 3, 1835.

479. Eliza Frances, b. Sept. 3, 1836; m., ^larch 28,1858, Evarts C; Tyler.
Children: George M., Arthur B., Alfred E., Mary Eliza, and AYilUani N., Aug. 6,
1868; d. Angust, 1869.

480. Edward, b. 3Iay 31. 1840; m., March 21, 1861, Ellen J. Hawkins. They
liad three ch. : Mary Ann, Clara Louisa and Frank Baldwin.

243. MARTHA E.<^ John ^ Moses,^ b. in Palmer, Mass., Jan. 6^
1808 ; m., Oct. 14, 1828, at Pawtucket, R. I., by her brother-in-la-vv,
Rev. George Taft, D.D., to Islw Emorv Taunt. Thev settled in
Buffalo, X. Y., after the births of their children in Pawtucket.
He d. March 1, 1869, in Buftalo.

481. Eliza Goodhue, b. Aug. 20, 1829; m., Jan. 20, 1847, at Buffalo, to Ed-
ward Bristol.

482. James Ferdinand, b. April 17, 1831; m., .June 23, 1850, Eliza Seymore.
They had two ch. b. at Biiifalo: Emory Herbert, April 13, 1851; and William E.,
Feb. 5, 1853. In 1859, Emory is in the United States Navy.

483. Caroline Baldwin, b. Jan. 14, 1835; m., Dec. 3, 1855, .Jothan Sidway, of
Buffalo, X. Y., and have four ch. : Caroline Gertrude, Sept. 26, 1856; .Jonathan
Edwards, April 9, 1858; William Henry, March 7, 1860, and Kate Baldwin, April
29, 1861.

244. SAMUEL HOPKIXS « John ^ Moses,^ b. in Palmer, Mass.,
Dec. 10, 1809 ; m., July 8, 1838, at West Troy, X. Y., Sarah B.
Wheeler. He d. Jan. 11, 1849, at Sandy Hill, X. Y., His children
were born at Cohoes, X. Y.

484. Charies Edward, b. April 13, 1839. +

485. .James A., b. Nov. 5, 1840; d. Nov. 30, 1841.

486. Catharine B., b. May 18, 1843.

487. Henry P., b. Jan. 24, 1845; he m., June 7, 1871, his cousin Mary Eliza
Walton, dau. Harriet R. He lived in Detroit, where he died not long after. It is,
I believe, largely through his efforts that the information of his familj' here pre-
sented is collected.

245. :M0SES HARRIS0X« John^ Moses,^ b. in Palmer, Mass.,
Jan. 7, 1811 ; he m., Sept. 23, 1839, Martha Whittlesey, of Xew^
Haven, Conn., and settled in Portland, where he d. Jan. 23, 1862.

488. Anna, b. Sept. 6, 1840.

489. Helen Poricr, b. July 29, 1843; d. March 16, 1859, at St. Augustine, Florida.

247. IIEXRYPORTER« John 5 Moses,'' b. in Coventry, R. I.,
Feb. 22, 1814; he m. l**- Harriet Day, of Rhode Island, who d.



440 Baldwin Genealogy.

Jan. 24, 1865. He m. 2"^- l^ov. 21, 1866, Sibyl Lambard, of Manac.
He settled in Detroit, Mich., 1838. He has been a very pros-
perous and widely-known merchant in Detroit. He has been
President of the Second National Bank of Detroit since its begin-
ning. He was for two years State Senator, and in 1869 and 1870
Governor of Michigan, in which year he was re-elected for a second
term. To this position, says the "Red Book" of Michigan, he
brought a full store of general information, gathered from foreign
travel and the study of men and books. He was a very popular
Governor. His political career has been marked by high financial
ability and excellent general sense. When he retired from the
Governorship, in 1872, it was said that "in painstaking, vigilance,
sterling good sense, genuine public spirit, thorough integrity and
practical capacity, he had shown himself the peer of any of the
illustrious Governors of the State." In I^ovember, 1879, he suc-
ceeded the late Zachary Chandler as United States Senator from
Michigan.

490. Daughter, d. infant.

491. Frederick, d. infant.

492. Emma, d. infant.

493. Percy, b. Aug. 13, 1836. -h

494. Sybil Farnliam, b. May 10, 1868.

495. Katliariue .Johnson, b. October, 1869.

496. Henry Porter, b. 1873; d. 1873.

497. Marie Louise, b. at Paris, France, 1874.

293. SAMUEL " Enos^ John,* b. in Washington, Conn.

536. Samuel W.+

537. Herman. +

538. Polly.

298. ED WAKD ^ Amos^ John,* b. in Milford, Conn., April 19,
1759, and continued there , he m. Summers.

539. Abel, b. March 6, 1783. +

530. Frances, b. Feb. 15. 1785.

531. Hester, d. April 7, 1788.

533. Alauson (twin to Lyman), b. Marqh 15, 1791.+-

533. Lyman (twin), b. March 15, 1791. +

534. Mark, b. March 7, 1796. +

299. AMOS G Amos 5 John,* b. in Milford, Conn., Aug. 27, 1763,
and continued there, where he d. Jan. 4, 1849, aged 85. His wife
Ann was bapt. at the Second Church, in Milford, in 1798, but.m.
some time before.







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NatJianiel, of MifforJ, Connecticut. 441

535. lluklah. biipt. .May 6, ITOS; in. John Clark, of Milfonl, and had eh., who,
witli the parents, were all deceased before my uuiuiry at Milfoi'd. iu 1874.

536. Everett, bapt. May 6, 1798. +

537. Amos, bajit. ]\Iay 6, 1798. +

538. Nancy, bapt. May 6, 1798; m. Benjamin Smith, of IMilford, where l)oth
were livini;- in 1874. Children: Luke. Everett Baldwin and Esther.

539. Mary Esther.

540. Charles. +

541. .Maria Lovusa. b. Oct. 31, 1813; m. Charles Davidson, and in 1874 living
on Higli street, Xcw Haven. Conn. Children: Charles, Henry and Herbert, all
then liviuiT.

290. ELIZABETIP Amos^^ John,M). in Milford, Conn., Aug.
80, 1707; she m. William Stow, of Milford. (x\nte page 331.) She
d. March 10, 1836; he, at Santa Cruz, West Indief^.

542. Samuel, b. Oct. 3. 1785; m. 1st, Sept. 20, 1809, Abigail Baldwin, dau. Elihu.
She d. May 26, 1844, and he m. 2"J, .Julia Lewis, who d. Oct. 8, 1865, and he, July
5, 1870.

543. Ehzabeth, b. April 8. 1788; m., March 2, 1807, Nehemiah Bristol, of
]\Iilford. He was the Captain of a Liverpool packet mauj' years. They had ten
ch. She d. July 23, 1844.

544. Charlotte, b. >hu-ch 5. 1791; m., 1st- June 26, 1814, Uri Tuttle. of New
Haven, Conn. Children: Charles, Oct. 3, 1815, d, num. Oct. 23, 1864; Jane. Jan. 5,
1816, d. y. ; Chester Allen. October, 1819, d. y. ; Frances and Frederick (twins), Jan.
28. 1821; Frances, m. Henry Howe, of Cincinnati, well known as the author of the
Historical Collection of Ohio: Frederick, d. y. ; George Frederick, Oct. 28, 1832;
and Chester Uri. June 7. 1825. To .Mr. George F. Tuttle, resident in New York,
and an accomplished genealogist, I am much obliged for accounts of his line, the
Stows and Bruens.

298. ISAAC Isaac -^ John,^ b. and d. in Milford, Conn., where
his will is dated, Dec. 3, 1822, and adm. July 24, 1823.

545. Joel, b. 1795. +

546. Isaac. +

547. Sidney, said to be half brother to Joel and Isaac; m. in Milford, July 9.
1815, Elizabeth Camp. He is d.. but in 1874, his widow lives on the homestead, in
Lafayette street, Milford. Children: William; George, m. Emma Osborn, of Strat-
ford, Conn., and lives, 1874. with his mother; Frank, Emnia and Robert.

548. Hannah, m. John Rood, of .Milford; both are dead. They had ch. : Isaac,
m..but had no ch., living, 1874, in Derby, Conn.; Jason, 1874, in Derby; John,
1874, of Derby; Mary, m. Carpenter, and in 1874 had no ch ; and Laura, dead.

299. DAXIEL '^ Isaac ^ John,"* b. in Milford, Conn. In 1791, he
was guardian to his sisters Jane and Abigail. He m. daughter ^
of Solomon Baldwin * of Milford, Stephen^ Zachariah ^ Richard i-
His lirst three children were remembered, 1798, in the will of

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Solomon. (See Solomon.) He was their guardian, but is reputed
not to have been as thrifty as his father-in-law. The situation of
the place left them by Solomon, on Burwell Farms, Milford, is
beautiful.

549. Isaac Stillwater, h. May 8, 1791. +

550. Frederick, remaiued iu Milford, at Burwell Farm.s. He m. Euuice Barrett,
sister of Susanuali, w. of Isaac. He had ch. : Sarah, d. aged 3 yrs. ; David Fred-
erick, left Milford about 1854, and uot since heard from; Leman, d. of consumption,
aged 14; and James Hiram, Ij. aljout 1889, in 1874 unm. and living iu the old-
fashioned red homestead and keej^ing Ijachelor's hall.

551. Elizabeth (Betsey), m. Mr. Johnson, of New Haven, and l)oth dead iu
1874. Children: Clark, of New Haven, m. and had ch. ; Willis, of New Haven,
m. and had ch. ; and Esther, m. Huggins, of New Haven.

552. Jeremiah, b. in 3Iilford, 1808; m. Caroline H., 1). in Ellsworth. Me. He d.
in New Bedford, Mass., Dec. 20, 1871, aged 68. Children: Ellen and Louisa, both.
1874, of New Bedford; Gilbert, 1844, was wounded at Bull Run, and discharged
iu consequence of it; in 1874, of South Boston, Mass. Jeremiah had l)y 2"J wife:
Henry W., Oct. 10, 1847, and Caroline A., both, in 1874, of New Bedford; and
Herbert, d. unm. H. W. .•^ays Jeremiali had a" brother in Rome, N.Y. ; two in
Milford; a cousin iu New Haven; a nepliew William in Richmond; and a nephew
George in Litchfield, where his mother was living iu 1874.

553. Dennis, settled in Rome, N.Y., :uid had eight ch.

301. ABEL^ James ^ James ^ Daniel ^ Daniel - Nathaniel,^ b. in
Newtown, Conn., in 1748; ni,, Dec. 3, 1767, Rebekah Shepard, b.
1746, dau. Timothy. The following children appear in Xewtowu
Records. He and his wife joined the Church, Xov. 6, 1768. He
d., it is said, about 1780.

554. Amos, ))apt. Nov. 6, 1708.

555. Huldah, bapt. March 17, 1771; d. June 12, 1774.

556. Daniel, bapt. May 26, 1778.

557. Huldah, bapt. June 11, 1775.

302. CLARK" DaniePJames,M3. in Xewtown, Conn., Nov. 7,
1752.; he m., April 2, 1775, Phedeme Prindle. His lirst ten chil-



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