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/i9§. He settled, says Mr. Draper, author of the "History of

ipencer, Mass.," in a letter dated 1831, in Leicester, Mass. He m.

Rebecca, dau. Rev. Thomas Green, of that place ; and in 1736,

ey join in a conveyance of land in that place, and iu a receipt
>r a legacy from her father. Lewis' letter says they had

203. Daughter.

203. Daughter.

j 76. DAVID * Joseph ^ Joseph,^ b. in Maiden, Mass., Sept. 1,
701; he d. March 7, 1784. He came from Hingham, Mass., to
pencer, Mass., about 1740. He was architect ot the Congrega-
onal Church, raised June 9, 1772. He m. Abigail B?lrr, who d.
I Ashlield, Mass., June 5, 1778.

204. Asa.+

205. Zebulon.+

206. Frederick, perhaps d. y., as Draper leaves him out in his "History of
!->pencer."

207. David. +

208. Jonathan, b. 1742. +
, 209. Abigail, m., July 24, 1746, Elisha Cranson, and had eh. : Samuel, Feb. 20,
1748; David, June 80, 17.50, m. Bathsheba Briggs; Elisha, Feb. 19, 1752; Frederick,
^eb. 20, 1754; Ebenezer, Jan. 19, 1756; Elizaheth, Feb. 19, 1758, m. Samuel Guil-
u d; Asa, March 16, 1760; and Abner, Feb. 19, 1763. Mr. Cranson removed to
Ashlield, Mass., where he d. in 1804, aged 84.

210. Silence, m., 1757, John White, of Spencer, Mass., s. John, of Framing-
ham; he d. Sept. 18, 1803. They had ch. : Silence, Jan. 19, 1758; Buckminster,
April 15, 1759; John, Aug. 18, 1760; Samuel, Feb. 17, 1762; Jonathan, Dec. 8.
1763; Anna, Oct. 17, 1765; Sarah, May 13, 1768; Ruth, July 28, 1770; Nathan, June
9, 1772; and David, May 18, 1774. An account of these ch. and their descendants
"will lie foinid in Draper's "History of Spencer."

211. Mary, m., Aug. 3. 1759, David Bacon, of Charlton.



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Joseph, of Milfonl, Conn., and Hadley, Mass.

We shall see, further on, that some of iN'athan's own family
into the Episcopalian fold. Xathan was a Member of the Assel
bly thirteen sessions, between 1730 and 1750, and was afterwEJ
trusted with other otiices by the Assembly.

71. JOSEPH^ Joseph 3 Joseph'^ Joseph,^ b. in Maiden, 1691
lived in Maiden, and d. Oct. 25, 1759, in his 68th year. His wido|
Sarah d. May 31, 1773, aged 79. " '

180. Joseph, b. Jan. 10, 171|.+ \

181. Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1719; m., Jan. 21, 174|, Thomas Shute. |
183. Abigail, b. Jan. 16, 172^; m., May 1, 1746, Nathaniel Jenkins.

183. Phebe, b. .Jan. 1, 172f ; Aug. 1.5, 1711, was declared her intentions \
marriage to Elkanah Hitchens.

184. Wiliam, b. Nov. 11, 1725.

185. Samuel, b. Jan. 22, 17|a. + ,

72. JAMES* Joseph 3 .Joseph,^ b. Aug. 9, 1694, in Maiden, Mas^
m., Feb. 7, 1723, Mary Stower; he lived in Maiden until 173^
His will, dated 1774, was proved Feb. 1, 1779. He was then <
Leicester. He was a weaver in Leicester as early as 1754.

186. 3Iary, b. Jan. 15, 1724.

187. Mehitable, b. Nov. 28, 1725; m. Knapp. It is said that she is not tl
Mehitable who m., April 13, 1751, Nathan Rice, of Leicester (Records of that towr

188. James, b. Nov. 12, 1728; m., Jan. 22, 1756, Vinton, of Leicester, b. Ms|
16, 1728, dau. Abiathar.

189. Hannah, b. July 20, 1730; m. (then of Leicester, Mass.,) April 27, 174
James Graton, of that town. Children: Mary, d. before 1778, and other ch., o^
of whom, with Mary, was legatee of their gi-andfather. Hannah was then dead.

190. Jemima, b. May 31, 1733.

191. David, b. July 17, 1735.

192. Benjamin, b. Nov. 25, 1737.

193. Nathan, b. Dec. 23, 1739; d. December, 1740.

His will, dated 1774, to be found in the Probate Records
Worcester, Mass., remembers his wife. He gives his real est^
to his son Ebenezer, and remembers his sons Ebenezer, Jajj
Stephen and Benjamin, to whom he gives his houses and all hi!
utensils. In the Worcester Mss. of C. C. Baldwin, of Worcester
is a letter from Levi, who gives children : three daughters, and son'
James, Benjamin, Stephen and Ebenezer. I therefore add :

194. Stephen.

195. Ebenezer.



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leiL 1 mil /-s tlie daughters, but doe? not luiiiu' i^.^ .
er's "His- f of Speucer" leaves out Frederick. ^

:XJAMi: /Joseph 3 Joseph 2 Joseph/ b. in Maiden,
111. 28, 1' ^; he m. April 6, 1749, Winifred Green, b.
171(3, dan._/ipt. XathanieH William ^ William - Thomas^-
(ilarch 27, 1777. He settled in Leicester, Mass.
Daughter, d. without issue; given him by Levi's letter.

CBEISrEZER * Joseph s Joseph,^ b. in Maiden, Mass., Au,^.
He was among the first settlers of Egremont, Berkshire
Mass., apparently about 1730. " The Shawenon Purchase "
led by the Indians to Ebenezer Baldwin and others for
ee Holland's " History of Western Massachusetts.") Ad-
tion upon his estate was given June, 1800, to his s. James,
\me place ; and distribution was made to the Avidow Mary,
d to be 78 yrs. old, and to the following children :

Josepb. Admiuistratiou of his estate of Egremont was given, 1803, to
'• James. It was insolvent.

YI in December, 1828, an M.D. in Oxford, N.Y. (Letter of that
Jiev James.)

A b. 1758.

/athan. +

/of James, in the Worcester Mss., dated December,

lie was then 70; father b. in Walden ; thence to Leices-

'thence to Long Island ; thence to New York City, in

'•e he knew Gen. Delancey, and finally settled in Egre-



JSES^ James 3 Joseph,2 }^_ j^^^^W 15, 1705, in Milford,
lie m. Abigail, dau. Deacon Robert Royce, of Parish of
L s. Samuel, who m., Jan. 9, 1667, Hannah, dau. Josiah
' of Wethersfield, and settled in Wallingford. Samuel
lobert, of Boston, in 1631. Moses removed to Saybrook,

estate, in 1756, went to his widow Abigail, and to his

.1. I have taken his children partly from the Record of

ate, and partly from his Family Record, still in the pos-

of his descendants. Under the head of Henry, of Chester,

(e.;, will be found Henry, b. 1762, and Aaron, Simon and.

hom I think must have been grandchildren of Moses,^ and

jhildren of Aaron or Royce, most likely Aaron,



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_ - •^rdr-Xaron, b. Oct. 26, 1729; bapt. Jau. 25, 173(A DTiriKrv..
\ he makes deed to James, signing by mark, and was lill sick. AdJ
Feb. 7, 1776, to William Mitchell, principal creditor.*



* 1. HENRY, of Chester, Conn., was born there, 1762, and d. in 18 He had, by t
and sisters :

2. Aaron.

3. Simon.

4. Mar}'.
Chester was set off from Sajbrook, Conn. I believe these to be gr. ch. of Moses (4), James (r

Joseph (1), and likely ch. of Aaron, b. Oct. 28, 1729; d. 1775 or 1776.

The three brothers moved from Chester to Cornwall, Conn., and I trace descendants of Henr;
Administration on his estate went in 1S31 to his son Henry. He had ch. :

5. Jane, m. Joel Trowbridge.-)-

6. Henry.-L-

7. Ithamer.+

8. Anna, d. unm.

9. Jabez.+

10. Mary, m. Chester Markham, of Cornwall ; is dead. Had half a dozen children.

11. Hannah, m. James D. Ford, of Cornwall, and several years ago was living there
five or six children.

12. Noah, June 23, 1796.+

13. William. +

14. Abigail.

6. HENRY(2), Henry (1), of Cornwall, Conn., b. 1782, d. 1860; m. a dau. of Joel Jlillard, o;]

15. William W., in 1S73, living in Cleveland, O. ; m., wife dead, and a dau. m.' in She

16. Artemina, m. George Wheaton, of Cornwall. In 1874, both living, and .our ch.^

17. Daughter, d. y. _.-'''

7. ITHAMER(2), Henry(l), in 1874, living in Cornwall, Conn.; m. Electa Millard,'
two ch. living.

IS. Maria, m. Leech, of Avon, Conn.

19. Lucretia.
9. JABEZ(2), Henry(l), m. Irene, dau. Hawley Reed. He d. in Cornwall.

20. Jonathan, in 1874 of Waterbury, Conn.

21. Jane, m. Nickerson.

There were also, four or five daus., of whom

22. One, living in 1874 in Cornwall.

12. NOAH (2), Henry (1), d. in Cornwall ; m. Sabra (Smith) Cotter, widow of John.

23. Andrew C, dead.

24. Chauncey, b. April 12, 1S36.+

25. Andrew Cotter, Oct. 6, 1831 ; m. July 2, 1856, Emma C. Williams, dau. Andrt-
Conn., b. May 9, 1835. He d. Jan. 26, 1858, resident in West Cornwall. '

13. WILLIAM (2), Henry (1). moved from Cornwall, Conn., to Pittsfield, Lorain coun..
Julia, b. 1798, dau. of William Trafford.

26. William Henry, m. Mary Benedict, dau. John, of Monterey, Mass., and settled ij
Ch.: (37) William C, and (38) Charles.

27. Elizabeth, d. unm.

28. Electa, m. John W. Gaines ; in 1875, widow and no ch.

29. Horace F., in 1374, of New Haven, Conn., overseer in a melodeon factory, with ch.
(40) Harriet, and (41) Bertha.

30. James S., in 1874, of Pittsfield ; m Delphia Gray, and no ch.

31. Edward Dwight, in 1874 in Minneapolis, Minn., dealer in g-roeeries; m., Nov. 22, IS/
ber, and has a son, Albert Furber, b. Sept. 23, 1874.

32. Frank, Aug. 31, 1S47 ; in 1873 unm. in New Haven, Conn.

33. Russell P., in 1873 of Wellington or Pittsfield, Lorain county, O.

24. CHAUNCEY (3), Noah(2), Henry (1), b. April 12, 1836: m. 1860. Living, Aug., 1875, i

Conn.

34. Grace Howard, d. 1871.

35. Edward Chauncey.

36. Cleveland Howard, d. 1875.




Joseph, of Milford, Conn., and Hadley, 3Ias6.

219. Moses, b. July 6, 1731. + ^^

220. llauiiiih, 1». Sept. 23, 1733; in. Cramer.

221. James, b. Nov. 26, 1735; d. y.

222. Royee, b. Nov, 23, 1737.

223. David, b. March 8, 1740. +

224. James, b. May 20, 1742. +

225. Noah, b. April 13, 1745.+

226. Joseph, b. Aug. 20, 1747; Jau. 23, 1770, late of Saj-brook, now of Suf-
field, Hartford county, Conn., he deeds to James all his right in lands in Chester of
his grandfather.

90. DAVID ^ Benjamin ^ Benjamin ^ Joseph,^ of Newark, IST. J.,
and Bloomtielcl, N. J., b. about 1715 ; he m. Eunice Dodd, b. Nov.
3, 1718, dau. Daniel Dodd, of Newark. She d. Oct. 20, 1805, aged
87; he, July 3, 1803, aged 88, and was buried at Bloomtield. I am
indebted to the industry of Mr. Cougar generally in the New Jersey
families, wiiere no dates are given. He derived his information
largely from wills. Wherever the name of Dodd occurs, I am pretty
certain to be indebted to the excellent "Dodd Genealogy," or to
the highly-esteemed author, Dr. Bethuel Dodd, of Newark, who
has given me assistance outside of his book.

227. Jonathan, b. about 1741. +

228. I.saac.+

229. Zophar, 1). about 1740. +

230. Simeon (twin), of Bloomtield, and d. unm. , it is said, in 1807.

231. David (twin). +

232. Silas. +

233. Jesse, b. Aug. 21, 1754. +

234. Ichabod, b. Jan. 25, 1757.4-

235. Eunice, b. March 5, 1763; m. her cousin Joseph Dodd, s. Joseph, of
Bloomtield. He d. Feb. 6, 1816, aged 56; she d. April 15, 1814. Children: Mary,
March 27, 1786, d. Jan. 4, 1863; Sarah, Sept. 11, 1788, d. Feb. 17, 1813; .Joseph,
Sept. 12, 1790, d. at Jersey City, Dec. 2, 1874; Louisa, Nov. 26, 1792; Zophar B.,
Oct. 28, 1794, in April, 1874, living in Bloomtield, and is my informant; Lydia,
Nov. 1, 1796, d. a widow, June 22, 1849; Martha, Nov. 27, 1798, d. Sept. 27, 1805;
William, Feb. 28, 1801, d. in New York, unm., 1824; and Matthitxs, April 3, 1808,
d. Oct. 24, 1805.

236. Sarah, m. John Smith, who d. aged 69 ; she d. about 1815. She had eigh
ch. , names unknown.

The descendants of David settled in Bloomtield, N.J., and owned
property extending from what is now Bay avenue to Belleville
avenue. The Baldwins, Cranes, Marvins and Dodds made a large
share of the orio;inal settlers. It is said that at the time of his
death his living great-grandchildren numbered fifty -four.



Baldwin Genealogy.

.. AARdN"* Benjamin ^ Benjamin,"^ was of County Essex, N.
. .; m. Agnes. His will, dated 1797, proved 1805, remembers Lis
children below, save Zenas:

237. Aaron, b. Dec: 27. 1758.+

238. Elias A.+

239. Elizabeth, m. Harrison.

240. Eunice, m. Kiersted.

241. Sarah, m. Aaron Munn, s. Benjamin.
243. Su.sanna, deceased.

243. Tabitha.

244. Zenas, b. 1748, d. March 21, 1767, aged 19, and buried at Orange.

93. BEiSTJAMIX * Benjamin ^ Benjamin,- born about 1730; was
of Orange, N.J.; d. March 7, 1804, aged 74. His w., Abigail, d.
June 24, 1797, aged 46.

245. Josiah. +

246. Jeptha.+

247. Uzel.+

248. Zebulon.

249. Phebe, m. Isaac Condit.

250. Polly, ra. Joseph Cone.

251. Abby, m. Jonathan Condit.

252. Evinice, m. James Condit.

96. HANXAH* Jonathan ^ Benjamin,^ b. 1701, in Newark.
She m. Col. Jacob Ford, of Morristown, IST.J.; she d. July 31, 1777.
He was b. April 13, 1704, and d. Jan. 19, 1777. He was the owner
of Washington's headquarters in Morristown, now owned by the
New Jersey Historical Society. His will names all his children
save John, deceased. I judge the bequests to the daughters were
small, as Hannah, in her will, gives all her property to her daugh-
ters, "wronged by their father."

253. John, who d. before his father, in whose will were named his ch. : Mahlon,
Chillion, David and Nathan, of whom Col. Chillion, an able and active ofticer in
the Revolution, d. Oct. 19, 1800.

254. Timothy.

255. Gabriel, succeeded to the mansion.

256. Jacob, b. Feb. 19, 1738; was also a Colonel in the Revolution.

257. Elizabeth.

258. Rachel, m. Samuel Tuttle, who, but not his wife, was named in her
father's will.

259. Jane, m. Moses Tuttle, who, but not his wife, was named in her father's
will.

260. Phebe, m. Phillips.

261. 3Iary, m. Azariah Dunham, who, but not his wife, was named in the will.



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Geo. F. Tuttle, Esq., of New York, tells me that the last i,
dauo-hters were those " wrono-efl in the will."

104. JONATHAN^ Jonathan^ Jonathan ^ Joseph,MK in Mil-
ford, Conn., Sept. 17, 1722, or, as Waterbnry record says, Sept.
15. He was, as we have seen, concerned with his father in the
"mill." He was a prominent and active citizen of Waterbnry.
Was Deputy to General Court in 1766 and 1767, when he was
called Capt. Deputy also 1768 to 1769, inclusive; 1773 to 1775,
inclusive ; Justice of the Peace, 1770 to 1786. In 1774 was Colo-
nel ; he was chairman of the committee to raise donations for the
poor of Boston, suftering from the Port Bill. In 1777, as Lieuten-
ant Colonel, was in the army, and stationed at Fishkill, with seve-
ral companies from Waterbury. He became Colonel in the service.
Aug. 13, 1802, his administrators represent his estate insolvent.
He did more for his country than for himself. He m. I^ov. 12,
1747, Mary Bronson, dau. Ebenezer.

262. Eunice, b. Sept. 13, 1748; d. March 17, 1743.

263. Millicent, b. Nov. 16, 1750; m. l^^t, Lewis ;^ and 2n'i> Dec. 23, 1778, Col.
Pbinehas Porter.

264. Benjamin, b. Nov. 24, 1752. +

265. Noah, b. Jan. 23, 1755. +

266. Jonathan, b. Feb. 27, 1757. (Was he not a graduate in Yale, 1777?) He d.
April 2. 180J lis w. Mary, May 17, 1821.

267. Hai ih, b. Oct. 11, 1759.

268. Dav\d, b. Dec. 30, 1762; d. Aug. 20, 1764.

269. Eunice, b, Aug. 22, 1765; d. unm., and her will is in Waterbury Records,
Vol. 12, page 167.

270. Mary, b. June 19, 1767; d. unm., and her will, of Nov. 11, 1837, gives
her property to sister Eunice.

107. EZEKIEL^ John3 Jonathan,2b. in New Jersey, Dec. 19,
1719. He lived in Connecticut Farms, N. J. He. m. his cousin
Sarah, b. April 20, 1720, dau. Benjamin. Some of his descendants
make him b. Oct., 1719. He d. Jan. 27, 1805 ; she, Nov., 1791.

271. Gabriel, b. Aug. 14, 1740.+

272. Rachel, bapt. Jan. 27, 1743; d. y.

273. Jeptha, b. Sept. 27, 1744. +

274. Eunice, b. in Connecticut Farms, N. J., Oct. 10, 1745; m. Samuel Smith,
of Orange, N. J., and had ch. : David, Caleb and Rachel.

275. Mary, b. in Connecticut Farms, N. J., Dec. 13, 1751; m. Isaac Muun, and
had ch. : .Joseph, May 4, 1774; Jeptha, December, 1780; Joanna; Sally; and Matthias,
d. 1793. One of these daus. was .the mother of Prof. Cook, in 1876 of Rutger's
College.



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Baldwin Genealogy.

\ " 276. Rachel, b. in Connecticut Farms, N. J., Jan. 26, 1755; m. Zadoc Heclden,
of New Jersej-. Children : Polly, Glover, James, Josiali, John, Fanny and Robert.

277. Caleb, b. Oct. 23, 1757. +

278. Daniel, b. 1760; d, 1795, aged 35 yrs. 6 mos. 25 days, and ])uried at
Caldwells.

279. Benjamin, b. Jan. 22, 1761. +

280. Israel, must have d. y., I think.

281. Jotham, b. Feb. 15, 1765; as others say, Feb. 14, 1764. +

108. ENOS* Jolm^ Jonathan,^ lived in Cheapside or Livingston,
N.J. " Littell's Passaic Genealogy" says, he m. 1**- Phebe Williams,
and had three children ; 2"^^- Mary Woodruff, and had three chil-
dren ; S*^' widow Phebe Tucker, and had no children ; 4*'"' widow
Prudence Mulford, and had no ch.

282. Phebe, m. Matthias Denham, of Springfield, N.J. Children: Sally m.
William Parcel, no ch. ; Samuel, settled and d. in Philadelphia, Penn. ; x\aron, m.
Mulford; Elizabeth, m. Col. Abraham K. Worley, s. Col. Abraham Worley, of
Springfield; David, m. dau. of Elijah Lyon; Phebe, m. Oliver Wade, s. Jonas;
Mary, m. 1st, William Tenbrook, and 2"d. Charles Atwater; Charlotte, m. Rodney
Wilbur, Esq., of Newark.

283. Martha, b. Nov. 30, 1755; she m. George Townley,3 s. Eftingham,2 Col.
Richard,! (the emigrant.) The " Littell Passaic Valley Genealogies " has an account
of the family, carrying it still further back. Nicholas, of Littleton, Middlesex, d.
in 1687, s. Francis, of Littleton, who m. Catharine, dau. Thomas Foster, Knight,
Judge of Common Pleas, in the reign of James I., s. Nicholas, of Royal county,
Palatine, who m. Anne, dau. Sir Hyde Vaughn, Privy Counselor of Henry VII.
and VIII. He was s. Richard, s. Nicholas, s. John, Esq. , b. in England, in 1400.
By misprint in the book referred to. Col. Richard is made s. of Richard, instead of
Nicholas. George Townley was b. June 20, 1775, and d. September, 1840; she, May
22, 1810, when George T. m. 2nd, Elizabeth, widow Samuel Cary, dau. William
Parsons, but his ch. were all by his first wife: Joanna, Nov. 22, 1774, m. Samuel
Hoadley, of Union; David, March 20, 1777, m. 1st, Mary Tucker, dau. James, and
2nd, Mary ]Marsh, dau. Joseph, of IMorristowu ; George, 1784, d. ]\Iarch 30, 1808;
Efiingham, 1786, d. July 26, 1807. Ph^be, Jan. 14, 1789, m., June 30, 1808, David
Jaques, of New York; Martha, 1794, d. April 25, 1812, unm. : Enos Baldwin, m.
1st, Sally Bonnell, and 2"d, Alngail De Forest, of Connecticut. (See Passaic
Genealogies.)

284. Esther, m. Nicholas Parcels, "on W. O. Ridge," Springfield, N. J. Chil-
dren: Mary, m. Nathaniel Squier, s. John, of Livingston, N. J.: Smith, m. Miss
Lewis, sister of Lawrence Lewis ; Enos, m. Katy Smith, of Springfield, N. J. ;
Patty, m. Stephen Edwards, of Livingston ; Nicholas (twin to Esther), m. Mary
Anne Lyon; and Esther, m. Smith Denham, s. Jacob.

285. Samuel. +

286. Sally, m. David Brainard Dickerson, s. Philemon, and lived in Cheapside,
N. J. Philemon m. Hetty Paradise, and lived in Springfield, N. J. (For descend-
ants, see Passaic Genealogies.) Children: Sarah, m. William Gibbs, no ch. ; Mary,
d, unm.; Israel, m. Caroline Budd, dau. Dr. J. C. Budd. (For ch.. see Passaic
Genealogies.)

287." David, b. March 27, 1765. -f-



Joseph, of Milford, Conn., and Hadley, 31ass. "^

109. :N'ATHAN4 John 3 Jonathan,- b. in New Jersey abou
1721 ; d. 1810, aged 89. His wife, Joanna d. June 18, 1770, aged
44. He m. 2'^^' Elizabeth, wid. Jerry Ball, dau. Jeremiah Hart.

288. Lewis, m. says Littell, Eunj- Hart, sister of Elizabeth, above.

389. Thomas, b. December, 1746 +

290. Ethan.

291. John.

292. Ezra.+

293. .Jemima, d. uum.

294. Esther, m. Cyrus Osborne, and went to Ohio.

295. Joanna, m. her cousin .Jotham^ EzekieH John. 3

112. JEMIMA^ John 3 Jonathan,- b. in Newark, N. J., about
1730. " Littell's Passaic Genealogy" gives the following account of
her : " She m. Col. Samuel Potter ^ Daniel - Samuel,^ who d. July
11, 1802, aged 76. His w. d. Nov. 25, 1819, aged 89. He was an
officer in the militia in the Revolution ; an elder of and prominent
in the Church of New Providence, also a Justice of the Peace.

296. Caleb, m. 1st, April 23, 1770 (says Littell), Phebe Parrot, and 3nd, Widow
Hinds.

297. Lydia, b. 1757: m. Joseph Allen, d. Feb. 10, 1799, and had ch. : Bethuel;
Phebe, m. David Clark; Jemima, m. — all settled iuOliio; Chloeand Moses, d. unm.

298. Samuel, m. Sarah Parsons, dau. William, Jr. , and settled in Bedminster,
Somerset count}-.

299. Euos,'b. March 28, 1762; m.. Feb. 20, 1787, Rhoda Miller, dau. Elder
Moses, and went to Ohio.

300. Jemima, m. Mr. Cory, and settled up the Hudson.

301. Prudence, b. 1761; m., as his 2"^' wife, David Hart, s. Jeremiah. She d,
Dec. 23, 1838, aged 87.

303. Isaac, m. 1st, Abigail Bebout, dau. Peter, of Long Hill; and 3"^. Abigail
Swain, dau. John, of Cheapside.

303. Mary, bapt. March, 5, 1769; m., Dec. 3, 1787, James Thomas, of Hanover,
Morris county.

304. Bethuel, bapt. March 27, 1774, and d. Oct. 10, 1776.

114. AMOS* Joseph 3 Jonathan,- b. in Newark, 1720 ; m. Mary
Lyon, who d. Sept. 30, 1795, aged 75. Was of Newark and of
Orange where he was buried. "Was Deacon of the church.

305. Lewis. +

306. Sarah, m. Ward.

307. Daughter, m. Joseph Canfield.

115. MOSES * Joseph "* Jonathan,^ lived in New Jersey, in New-
ark or vicinity.

308. Joseph.

309. Caleb.



Baldwin Genealogy.

310. Moses, 1758, d. 1802. The Dodd Family says he lived near Jonathan Wil-
liams' farm, and m. Susannah Baldwin, dau. Susannah, sixth ch. of Samuel Dodd,
of Newark, N. J., who d. 1713 or 1714.

311. Hannah, b. in New Jersey, vicinity of Newark; m. Jared Harrison,* s.
Joseph 3 Sargeant Richard,^ s. Richard, i one of the tirst settlers of Branford, Conn.
Jared was of New Jersey, h. 1745, d. 1827; he lived in Orange, N. J. One ch.,
Abraham, Deacon (of High Street, Orange).

116. JOSHUA ' Joseph ^ Jonathan,^ b. about 1710. He m. Pru-
dence Lyon; lived in Orange, N. J., and d. May 7, 1767, aged 57.

812. Zenas, in 1779, is in the will of his Uncle Eleazer.

318. Josiah.

314. Rebecca Roberts.

315. Mary Ball.
816. Jemima.

117. CALEB ^ Joseph ^ Jonathan,'- b. and lived in lls'ew Jersey^
although hi.s will, dated 1758, was made when he was in " Derby,
Conn., sick." His will names his wife Jemima and ch.:

317. Jonathan, living, 1779, and in the will of Uncle Eleazer.

318. Noah.

319. Eleazer, b. 1757; d. October, 1776, aged 19.

118. PHINEHAS* Joseph 3 Jonathan,^ b. in Newark, X. J.,
about 1727 ; d. March 6, 1803, in 77th year. His will names his
wife Hannah and ch.:

320. John.+

331. Joshua, b. Aug. 31,1768; m. Sallie Baldwin,6 dau. Lewis 5 Amos* Joseph 3
Jonatlian2 Jo.seph.i He d. Dec. 13, 1831; his wife, June 6, 1854.

322. Enos, b. 1770; d. Dec. 19, 1814, aged 44 and his wife Jane d. Feb. 27,
1813, aged 39. (Mr. Conger's Mss. Roberts' Papers.)

323. Eleazer. +
824. Rachel Jones.

122. DANIEL*Daniel3 Jonathan,^ b. in Milford, Conn., Sept.
28, 1713. His father removed when he was a child to that part of
AVallingford, Conn., now the east part of Meriden. He m., Dec.
2, 1747, Mercy Eaton, and the same year he has a deed from his
father of land northward of "Dogs' Misery," the swamp around
what is now called "Black Pond," a pond lying close under the
perpendicular side of the mountainous ridge dividing Meriden from
Middletown. Some of his descendants lived there until a few
years ago, and perhaps do still. He d. Feb. 9, 1800, aged 86.



Joseph, of MUford, Conn., and Hadley, 3Iass. bOT

333. Samuel, b. Dec. 20, 1749. + '^

333. Hannah, b. March 5, 1753; supposed she ni. IMix.

334. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 17, 1753.

335. Katharine, b. June 21, 1756.

336. Daniel, b. Nov. 14, 1759. +

He had a child die, May 1789, name not appearing upon the
record.

123. JEHIEL* Daniel 3 Jonathan,2b. in Milford, Conn., June
21, 1716. He was brou^-ht up in Wallingford, parish of Meriden.
He m., Nov. 30, 1743, Mary Way, who d. Sept. 27, 1748— a fatal
month to him, as he also lost two children.

337. David, bapt. 1747; d. y., and probably Sept. 6 or 10, 1748, vi'hen unnamed
ch. died.

338. Child, d. Sept. 6 or 10, 1748.

He m. 2"'^' April 6, 1749, Bridget Goodwin, and had children b.
in Meriden Parish.

339. Rebecca, June 27, 1750.

340. David, March 28, 1753. 4-

341. Nathaniel, Oct. 8, 1755.

His descendants say he lived, 1770, in Enfield, Conn. May 13,
1778, he was of "New Molbeary, in Boston Government," (New
Marlboro, Berkshire county, Mass.) He conveys his interest in
his father's estate to Daniel Hall.

127. JOSHUA* Joshua 3 Jonathan- b. in Milford, Conn., Dec.
14, 1726. He lived in Milford. His Family Bible, dated 1752,
bought Nov. 3, 1756, is still in his family, but has few dates. He
d. Dec. 21, 1821, aged 95, as shown by Milford Cemetery; his
wife Abigail, March 29, 1832, aged 82.

350. Hezekiah, 1775. +

351. Mary, b. 1777; d. Dec. 19, 1867, aged 90.

353. Abigail m. Joseph Fowler, of Milford, and had ch. : Alfred, Baldwin and
Joseph, who went to College.

353. Elizabeth, m. Joel Hine, Jr., of Milford, and had ch. : Rogers, deceased;
Mary Elizabeth, Elijah and Joel, who is said, in 1875, to be in Milford.

354. Sarah, m. Tibbals.

355. Elijah, b. 1789; graduated at Yale College. His father advanced him



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