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Judson m., Oct. 30, 1867, Emma Copp. He d. Sept. 5, 1869, suddenly. Anson B., m. June 3, 1874, Ellen
Hull, gr. dau. Simeon Hull, s. John and Sallie (Baldwin) Hull. Thoy live in Ditrham, X. Y.

Baldwin Genealogy.

1676. Lucy Harper, b. Nov. 18, 1837; m. C. H. Balliuger, of Atwater. Ohio.

1677. Ansou Sherwood, b. Au";. 6. 1839; d. ]\rarch 26, 1840.

1678. Edgar A., b. Sept. 18, 1841; in 1874, of Liucolu, Neb.

1679. Ansou Sherwood, b. Feb. 6, 1844; lawyer, Williauisburgh, Neb.

1680. Aarou Dwight, b. March 5, 1850; iu 1875, a lawyer in Chicago, 111., and
unm. (142 Dearborn street.)

894. DWIGHT 6 Setb'^Abiel,''b. iu Durham, Couu., Sept. 29,
1798 ; he graduated at Yale iu 1821 ; he took also the degree of
M.D., but became a clergymau. He m. Charlotte Fowler, b. Nov.
7, 1805, of Northford Parish, towu of North Brauford, Couu.,
dau. Deacou Solomou, Dec. 3, 1830. He is the veuerable Mis-
siouary whom all the world reveres. His wife died at Preuahon,
Oahu, Oct. 2, 1873. I am exceediugly iudebted to him for his
exact and extensive account, of not only his own line, but his
collateral relatives. It very much exceeds my indebtedness to
any other of Joseph's descendants. I add a fuller account of his
life :

About January, 1804, he removed with his parents to Durham,
]Sr, Y. Here he was employed with his father on the farm, enjoy-
ing the benefits of the common school, and generally in winter of a
select school, till the age of sixteen. In the fall of 1814, he com-
menced the study of Latin, with a view to prepare for College.
The last of his teachers being a graduate of Williams College, he
was induced to enter at Williams. Two years were spent very
pleasantly there ; most of the third was spent in teaching a school,
and then he removed from Williams to Yale College, where he
graduated in September, 1821. By the recommendation of Presi-
dent- Day, the next two years he was employed as Principal of the
Academy in Kingston, Ulster county, N. Y. A third year was
spent in teaching a select school in Catskill, Greene county. He
then devoted himself with great ardor to the study of medicine,
at the same time teaching a select school in Durham, N. Y. The
three years allowed for studying a profession had not elapsed,
when he met with a change in his religious views. His mind had
been awakened to the interests of the- soul when he was a mem-
b)er of Yale College. Those impressions had not entirely worn
oft', but now, under the faithful preaching of their pastor. Rev.
Dr. Williston, his attention was called up to the subject of religion
as it had never been before. About the first of March, 1826, he
found relief in believing in an Almighty Redeemer, a hope which




Joseph, of Jlilford, Conn., and Hadley, 3Iass. 563

has never forsaken him. Religion became the all-absorbins: sub-
ject of his thought by day and by night. His pious friends now
urged him to leave the profession whicli ho had chosen, and direct
his attention to the Christian ministry; and some suggested that
his knowledge of medicine would not be needed at home, but
would increase his usefulness in some benighted land. He soon
came to the same conclusion himself, and Sept. 3, of that year,
he united with the Congregational Church in Durham, N. Y., and
soon after he entered the Theological Seminary at Auburn, where
he spent three years. While at Auburn, he offered his services
ito the American Board of Boston, for a Foreign Mission, and
they were accepted. Therefore, when his course at Auburn was
completed, they sent for him to go to Boston to attend the Medical
Lectures at "Cambridge, that he might in that department be better
prepared for the missionary service.

After marriage, he and his wife immediately joined a company
got up in the fall, and destined to the Sandwich Islands. They
all sailed from New Bedford, Dec. 28, 1830, in the ship New
England. The only road to the Islands then traveled was the
long one round Cape Horn, and the "New England" was out one
hundred and fifty-seven da3's before she arrived, June 6, 1831, at
Honolulu, the place of her destination. Soon after their arrival,
the new Missionaries were assigned to different stations over
the group, wherever there seemed to be the greatest opportunity
of doing good; and Mr. Baldwin, after a detention of several
months at Honolulu, during which time he preached in English
to foreign residents and seamen, on the second of Januar}', 1832,
sailed for his post at Ihaimea, a new station in the interior of
Hawaii, about two thousand feet above the level of the sea, near
the base of the famous Mauna Kea, which shoots its snowy top
more than fourteen thousand feet high. They were in the torrid
zone, but felt none of its burning heat. It was a region of almost
perpetual rains and driving storms. They labored about three
years in a field of heathenism sixty miles long, and no wonder
that, with nothing but the grass huts of the country to shield
them from the weather, his health gave way, and they were
obliged to seek a milder climate, which they found at Lahaiua, on
the Island of Maui. Mr. Baldwin moved to Lahaina as a mere
temporary change ; but the mild climate proved such a wonderful
restorer to his affected lungs, that it Ijecame his permanent abode.

564 Baldwin Genealogy.

It was then the favorite residence of the King, and nearly all the
high Chiefs of the Islands, with a population at first of four thou-
sand five hundred, and a great resort for whaleships.

The Mission was begun in 1823. Mr. Richards had been pastor
thirteen years. Under him, two hundred and fifty had been ad-
mitted. Mr. Baldwin was placed here as Pastor of the Church,
and to act as Physician for all the Mission families of Maui and
Molokai. Mrs. Baldwin, too, found a delightful field for her mis-
sionary zeal, in gathering meetings and schools for Hawaiian
women and children. They labored at Lahaina for thirty-four
years. It proved their great life-work, and they had great reason
to bless God for the success He gave them in their work. The
admission to the Church went up from two hundred and fifty to
about two thousand three hundred. Schools were advanced, and
the condition of the people improved. There was a powerful
revival of religion there, which lasted four years. It prevailed
also at all the Missionary stations on the Islands, and many thou-
sands were converted. It was witli no little regret that Mr.
Baldwin resigned his pastorate at Lahaina, in September, 1868.
He has since been employed, for the last four years, in teaching
a department of the native Theological Seminary, which is his
present work.

1681. David Dwight, b. at Honolulu, Nov. 36, 1831. +

1682. Abigail Charlotte, b. at Wainrea, Hawaii, Nov, 7, 1833: m. William
D. Alexander. +

1683. Mary Clark, b. at Lahaina, Maui, Nov. 9, 1835; d. Feb. 26, 1838.

1684. Charles Fowler, b. at Lahaina, Aug. 30, 1837; resides, 1875, at Makawao,

1685. Douglas Hoapoh, b. at Lahaina, June 24, 1840; d. at the same place.
May 5, 1843.

1(;86. Henry Perrine, b. Aug. 29, 1842. +

1687. Emily Sophronia, b. at Lahaina, July 16, 1844; m. at Panahon, April 5,
1873, William Olmsted Atwater, of New Haven, Conn.

1688. Harriet Malinda, b. at Lahaina, Feb. 16, 1847; m. Samuel M. Damon. +

895. DAVID 6 Seth ^ Abiel,^ b. at Durham, Conn., Feb. 9, 1801 ;
ra. Miss Nancy Cooley, of Durham, X. Y., Sept. 29, 1823. They
reside at St. Louis, Clinton county, Mich. His children were all
b. in Victory, Cayuga county, X. Y., save Albert, b. in L^nion
City, Mich. He was a cabinet maker, now retired.

1689. Henry Dwight, b. Nov. 2, 1824; d. Aug. 10, 1832.

1690. Merwin Adams, b. Nov. 9, 1826. +

Joseph, of 3Iilford, Conn., and Hadlcy, 3Ia.ss. 565

1691. Aiklisou Porter, b. July 19, 1828: in.. Nov. 2, 1852, Eliza M. ^lillard. He
d. Feb. 22, 1854. leaving a dau. Harriet lioxaua, who d. in 1859; and his widow
m. Corydon B. Benton, and d. about 1864.

1692. Edward Talcott, b. May 27. 1880; d. Aug. 11, 1830.

1693. Edward Hawley, b. July 5, 1831.+

1694. Mary Eliza, b. Jan. 3, 1834; m., April 11, 1855, Orville W. Barker; lives
tit St. Johns, Clinton county, Mich., and has a dau. Sarah A., b. March 25, 1859.

1695. Ht'iu-y Dwiglit, b. Oct. 6, 1837; m. Nettie M. Pedrick, Feb. 11, 1874.
They reside in Ripon, Wis. He and his brothers Merwin and Edward are workers
in marble.

1696. Albert Jehiel, b. March 9, 1839. +

On the 29tb of September, 1873, they celebrated their golden
wedding with a reunion of the family.

896. LYMAN HALL« Seth ^ Abiel,^ b. in Durham, Conn., Dec.
27, 1802; m. Julia Ann Mead, of Durham, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1825;
she was b. July 22, 1802. They removed from Durham, X. Y., to
Victory, Cayuga county, N. Y.; thence, in 1846, to Chilton, Calu-
met county, Wis. She is dead. He is a cabinet maker.

1697. Ann Eliza, b. June 5, 1826; m. Sept. 4, 1845, Charles Wilkinson, of
Victory, N. Y., b. Aug. 8, 1827; settled in Chilton, Wis., and afterward in Kansas.
Children: (1) Flora Innocenza, b. at Lowell. Dodge county. Wis., Dec. 16, 1846;
(2) Merwin Adams, Aug. 3, 1848, and d. two days after; (3) Ida Roxana, Oct. 11,
1850, and d. Dec. 13, 1854; (4) Clarence Hubert, April 9, 1853; and (5) Dwight
Baldwin, June 23, 1856.

1698. Ann Eliza, b. June 5, 1826; m. Charles Wilkinson. +

1699. Sarah Catherine, b. Nov. 2, 1827; m., Feb. 22, 1848. in Rochester, Wis.,
Leroy Graves, b. March 26, 1824, in Truxton, N: Y. ; he is dead; no ch;

1700. Dwight (twin to William), b. :March 23, 1835; d. the same day.

1701. William Hamilton (twin), b. March 23, 1835.

1702. Lyman Dwight, b. Aug. 11, 1841; d. Sept. 4, 1841.

901. PIIEBE AXN*^ Seth^ Abiel,^ b. in Durham, N.Y., Nov. 1,
1813 ; m., Sept. 13, 1833, Corydon .Benton, b. at Otis, Berkshire
county, Mass.; settled at Coklwater, Branch county, Mich. She
d. there, March 31, 1856.

1704. Dwight Baldwin, b. Sept. 23, 1834, at Norwich, N. Y. ; m. and settled
in Cliicsgo, but now, 1875, resides in Cincinnati, Ohio; is an artist, a painter, in
1876, in Rome, Italy. Hem. Elizabeth Baxter, and has one ch. , Charles Baxter,
b. Sept. 12, 1859. She d. and he m. 2'nl. Sarah Elizabeth Haggott, b. Sept. 12,
1840, at Sidney. Ohio. Children: Corydon Pearl, 1867, who d. 1871; Dwiglxt, b.
Dec. 25, 1869; Hall P., Nov. 27, 1871; Corydon Philemon, Dec. 12, 1873.

1705. Edwin Hall, b. June 23, 1842, at Union City, Mich. ; killed, Dec. 31,
1862, in the battle of Stone River, near Murfreesboro, Tenn.

566 Baldwin Genealogy.

1706. Delia S., b. Jan. 25, 1844; d. Aug. 12, 1846.

1707. Delia H., b. at Coldwater, Nov. 27, 1847; portrait painter.

1708. Eliza, b. Oct. 11. 1849; graduate of Michigan Universitj^; and in 1877,
teacher in the High School, at Pontiac, Mich.

1709. Frank, b. July 5, 1853; in 1875, Assistant Teacher, at East Tennessee,
in the University, Knoxville, Tenn.

1710. Flora, b. Feb. 5, 1854; lives, 1876, in Cincinnati.

C. P. Benton m. 2"''' Eliza Millard Baldwin, widow of Addison
P. Baldwin ; she was b. April 9, 1857, and his ch. were :

1711. Lillie, b. Feb. 2, 1860; d. April 14, 1861.

1712. Daisy, b. June 18, 1864; d. September, 1865.

He m. 3^d, Miss Mary Eldred, March 1, 1866. His 2"'^ wife had
by Addison P., son of David Baldwin, a dau. Hattie Roxana, who
d. at her stepfather's, August, 1859. She was b. Sept. 22, 1853.

903. DELIA B.« Seth ^ Abiel,^ b. in Durham, K.Y., Dec. 14,
1818; m. at Otisco, X. Y., Sept. 25, 1842, Benjamin Franklin
Hotchkiss, b. Jan. 17, 1817; settled in Freedom, La Salle county,
111.; thence to Ottawa, 111.; since 1860, living in Odell, Livingston
county, 111. He is, in 1876, County Surveyor. In June, 1877,
the family, including the three daughters, live in Beatrice, Gage
county, l!»reb.

1713. Oren Baldwin, b. ]\Iarch 17, 1844; d. May 23, 1852.

1714. Anna Sophronia, b. Sept. 20, 1848; m., Feb. 17, 1869, Henry C. Bridges;
reside at Odell, and have one s. Dexter Franklin, b. Juh- 4, 1874.

1715. Mary Annette, b. April 27, 1851; m., March 20, 1873; McMahon; live
at Peoria, 111.

1716. Harriet Sophia, b. May 21, 1853; m., Dec. 25, 1875, James C. Brink-
worth, of Odell. Children: Benjamin Edwin, April 6, 1877, and d. Sept. 7, 1878.

1717. Charlotte Kealoka, b. March 13, 1856; d. Oct. 13, 1857.

904. FPvANKLIX<5 Seth^ Abiel,^ b. in Durham, X. Y., Oct. 25,
1823; m. at Otisco, ^N'.Y., May 22, 1845, Mary Maria Johnson.
They settled in Freedom, 111.; thence to Sandwich, De Kalb county,
111., where, in 1876, he still lives. His wife d. May 1, 1871 ; and
he m. 2"d' Nov. 25, 1871, Miss Mary J. Carpenter, b. Nov. 20, 1838.
He is a farmer.

1718. Grenville, b. March 18. 1849, in Freedom, La Salle county, 111.

1719. Mahlon Emerson, b. March 28, 1851; d. September, 1851.

1720. Frank H., b. Dec. 20, 1857.

1721. Frederick, b. Sept. 11, 1860; d. Dec. 31, 1860.

1722. 3Iary S., b. June 20, 1866.

Joseph, of 3Iilford, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. 567

905. SAXFORD « Stephen ^ Ebenezer * Ezra ^ Jonathan - Jo-
seph/ b. in Xelson, Portage coanty, Ohio. It is said he d. in
Aurora, Portage county, Ohio. Ilis widow moved to "Wisconsin
with her son Parsons, and d. there.

1723. William, living in Cleveland; m. 3Iiller, a pattern maker for Woolsou

1724. Parsons, moved to Wisconsin.

917. WILLIAM W.6 Wetmore^ Ebenezer,* b. June 24, 1820, in
Okl Granville, Mass., of Christian parentage ; converted in 1835 ;
studied under the care of his uncle. Rev. Dr. Cooley, of East
Granville; graduated at Williams College in 1845; then spent
three years in the Theological School at East Windsor, Conn. He
ra., June 13, 1849, Miss Jane M. Lyman, of Kew Hartford, Conn.,
and settled as a Congregational minister in Sharon, Conn. He
supplied various pulpits. His health was not strong, but he
labored as well as he was able, until he died of consumption, July
11,1872. His last words were: '"Rest, oh I my soul." He was
then stationed at Willington, Conn. He left a wife and six
children, but I cannot give the names of the children. My informa-
tion is from his funeral sermon, preached by Rev. Abram Marsh,
July 13, 1872.

928. CHARLES^ :N"oah5 Noah^Ezra^ Jonathan^ Joseph.i He
m. Rachel Cornwall, of Durham, IS'.Y., and settled in Volney, N.Y.

1731. Caroline, b. Oct. 15, 1816; m., Nov, 26, 1838, T. Salmon.

1732. William C, b. May 22. 1821; m., Aug. 29, 1874, Tlieresa Lin.sley.

1733. Amos H., b. Jan. 5, 1831; m. 1st, Jan. 13, 1852, Julia Stone; she d. De-
cember, 1861. He m. 2nd, Sept. 1, 1863, Jane Stone.

1734. Amanda.

These children resided, at last accounts, in Volney, N. Y.

929. HENRY ^ :N"oah ^ :N'oah,* b. Feb. 6, 1793, in Durham, IS.Y.;
removed to Volney, N.Y., and m. there, in March, 1831, Ruth
Kellogg. He d. there, May 6, 1874.

1735. Abigail, b. May 10, 1822; m., Dec. 25, 1847, E. Grant.

1736. Noah, b. Sept. 13, 1823; m., Dec. 25, 1847; lives, 1876, in Volney.

1737. Phoebe, b. Feb. 28, 1826; d. January, 1862.

1738. Oliver, b. Jan. 30, 1828; m., Nov. 13, 1860, Rosina Rice.

1739. Truman, b. Jan. 29. 1834; m.

They all remained in Volney.

568 Baldwin Genealogy.

930. DAN^ Noah ^ ISToali,^ b. in Connecticut, and lived there for
a while with his uncle Hezekiah. He m. Mary Robinson, in Dur-
ham, Conn.

1740. David, b. ; d. July 18, 1857.

1741. Nancy, b. Oct. 17, 1819; m. Jan. 6, 1839, .James Tackett.

1742. Stephen, b. Marcli 3, 1824; m., Sept. 9, 1874, Catharine Tinker.

1743. Samuel, b. Sept. 23, 1826; m., Oct. 8. 1849, Louisa Morgan.

1744. Hiram, b. Nov. 6, 1834; m., March 26, 1856, Caroline Emery.

This family lived in Volney, N. Y.

931. LEMUEL^Noah^NoalVb. June 22, 1799, in Dnrham,
N. Y., Deacon; a farmer in Durham; d. June 6, 1870. He m.,
Dec. 13, 1838, Semantha Strong, b. Aug. 23, 1811, dau. Charles
and Sallie (Field) Strong, gr. dau. Selah and Eunice (Baldwin)

1745. AVilliam.+

1746. Mary Abigail, b. June 5, 1843; m. Feb. 21, 1867, Electus Ramsdell, of
Yonkers, N. Y. ; d. leaving no ch.

1747. Horace, at last accounts, living in California, unm.

1748. Lewis Bradley, b. Sept. 12, 1844; m., Dec. 24, 1868, Martha Cornelia
Decker, b. Feb. 20, 1849; living, as is supposed, in Durham, N. Y., in 1876; a

The "Strong Genealogy" gives three daughters, b. in 1813,
1815 and 1818, which, as the mother was born in 1811, is not

939. DENNIS "5 James 5 Noah,* b. in Durham, N". Y., Nov. 7,-
1794; m. Temperance Chapman, dau. Deacon Benjamin, of Dur-
ham, b. Jan. 8, 1796. They lived in Durham, N. Y. Some years
ago, he moved to St. Paul, Minn., and d. 1875.

1749. Mabel J.,.b. Feb. 6, 1819.

1750. Benjamin Chapman, b. Sept. 4, 1821. +

1751. Mary C, b. May 14, 1824; m., July 28, 1847, Jarmon S. Keater, of
Honesdale, Penn.

1752. Ezra J., b. Sept. 6, 1834; d. Jan. 11, 1860.

940. JAMES JONES'^ James ^ Noah," b. in Durham, N.Y., June
26,1797; m. Candace Beach, dau. Seth and Mabel (Jones, dau.
Mabel Lord Jones) Beach, in 1818 ; she was b. in 1800. He was
by profession an engineer and surveyor, first in Durham, afterward
in Buffalo, N. Y. In February, 1877, he and his wife reside in
Cleveland with their gr. dau. Mrs. Bratenahl. He d. in February,
1879. .

Joseph, of Bl'dford, Conn., and Hadley, 3Ia3S. 669

1753. Mary, m. 1st, Grant Fitch, and 2"ii- George Williams. +

17o4. Elilm, b. Aug. 30. 1831. +

1753. Catharine. 1). July 21, 1824: m. James F. Peters. +

1756. Cynthia, b. Oct. 13. 1827: m. AVilliam R. Burgess, of Washington, D. C.
She d. in 1853. Children: Anne Candace, d. infant, and Catharine Baldwin, living,
1877. in Washington, D. C.

1757. Rhoda, d. infant.

957. BEXSOX C. « Curtiss ^ Amos * Ezra ^ Jonathan ^ Joseph, ^
b. in Granville, Mass., Aug. 30, 1792. He m. Loisa, and settled
in Hudson, Ohio.

1758. Theron C, uum. ; in Cleveland, Ohio, 1875.

1759. James, of Ohio.

1760. Benson Dudlej'. b. Aug. 11, 1842; living, 1875, in Chicago.

He was a clergyman : was stationed at E'orwich Falls, Conn.,
1829, and at Bethany Conii., 1830. Shortly after he went to the
Western Reserve as a missionary. He lived, 1842, in Medina,
Medina county, Ohio.

962. EL:N'ATHAK' *' Elnathan^ Elnathan* Ezra^ Jonathan 2
Joseph,^ b. and still living in Milford, Conn., in 1874. He m.
Mary Smith.

1761. Truman.

1762. Eunice.

Both unm., and in Milford in 1874.

965. WILLIAM^ Elnathan^ Elnathau* Ezra^ Jonathan"^ Jo-
seph,^ b. in Milford Conn., and m. Emily ISTettleton; living, 1874,
in New Haven, and in the hat business.

1763. William, lives in New Haven, Conn. ; m. Ella Humphrey, and has a
son Eddie.

966. CHARLES*-' Elnathan^ Eluathan," b. in Milford, Conn.,
and in 1874 still living there. He m. Abigail Beardsley," dau.
Sally ^ (Baldwin) dau. Hezekiah ^ Joshua* Joshua^ Jonathan ^
Joseph. 1

1764. Sherman, 1874, in Milford, and unm.

1765. Edgar, d. y.

1766. George, d. y.

1767. William, d. y.


570 Baldwin Genealogy.

967. JAMES « Elnathan '^ Elnathan,^ b. in Milford, Conn., where
he lives. He m. Elizabeth Smith'' dan. Abigail*^ Hezekiah Bald-
win ^ Joshua^ .Joshna^ Jonathan - Joseph.^

1768. Herman, lives in Bridgeport.

1769. Eda.

1770. Henry.

1771. Frank.

1772. Lizzie.

In 1874, all num.

976. ALLEX^Amos^ SamneP Samuel^ David "^ Joseph,^ b. in
Kew Milford, Conn., Jan. 29, 1776 ; moved to Schoharie county,
N. Y. ; M'as a farmer.

1787. Justin, deceased ; lias ch. at Chailotteville, Schoharie county, N. Y.

1788. Mary, lives in Troy, H^. Y.

1789. George, lives in Troy, N. Y.

1790. Anna, lives in Troy, N. Y.

1791. Abigail, lives in Walton, Delaware county, N. Y.

977. DANIEL « Amos ^ Samuel,^ b. in New Milford, Conn.,
Nov. 7, 1778; moved to Schoharie county, N.Y. ; d. 1872; was a

1793. Martha, b. Feb. 17, 1816; m. Charles W. Havens. +

1793. .John Henry, b. Dec. 17, 1819. +

1794. Daniel W., of Summit, Schoharie county, N. Y. ; m., about 1808, Mar-
garet Paine ; no ch.

179.5. Elizabeth A., said by her lirother to have m. Hiram Comstock about
183-, and had a s. living in 187.'5; and Ijy her husband, no doubt her 2"'l- to have m.
Benjamin Van Voris, of Summit.

1796. Lucinda H., m. Isaac L, Odell, and living in Summit, in 1875, with three
sous and two daus.

1797. Margaret C, living, 1875, in Summit; m. -John Meek, and has three sons
and three daus.

1798. Levi M., m., about 1851, Anna :Mitchell. He d. in 1875, and his family
live in Charlotteville, Schoharie county, N.Y. Children; (l)Er.skine, (2) George,
and (3) Ettie.

1799. Peter Arthur, M.D., b. Aug. 13, 1830, of Annawau, Henry county. 111.;
m., 1858, Ellen L. Chapel; no ch. living.

978. SAMUEL c Amos^ Samuel,^ b. in New Milford, Conn.,
Nov, 18, 1779 ; moved to Schoharie county, N. Y. He was a
member of the New York General Assembly, 1827 to 1828, and
held several other places of trust. He d. about 1857: m. Betsy

Joseph, of Milford, L'onn., and Hadley, Mass. 571

1800. Giles, dead.

1801. Loreuzo, dead.

1803. Henrietta, lives West.

1803. Delia, Otsego county, N. Y.

1804. Dewitt C, b. June 7, 1817. +

1805. Milan, Delaware county, N. Y.

1806. Bolivar, Delaware county, N. Y.

1807. Florello, telegraph operator at Saugerties Landing, N. Y.

991. SAMUEL « John ^ Israel * Samuel ^ David - Joseph, ^ b. in
NewMilford, Conn., 1791, and d. there March 23, 1853, aged 62.
He m. Mabel, who survived,

1809. Edgar E., settled in Lyons, Iowa; administration of his estate, in New
Milford, was given Dec. 31, 1857, to Susan, his only sister and heir-at-law. No
widow then living.

1810. Susan, b. March 17, 1828; m., June 10, 18-4(3, Hiram W. Buckingham, b.
June, 1811, of New 3Iilford (Northville). He d. April 17, 1873. Children: (1)
Andrew D., Feb. 17, 1849, d. Aug. 31. 1851; (3) Andrew Samuel, Dec. 10, 1853;
(3) Charles Lester, May 31, 1855: (4) Edgar Buckingham, Jan. 7, 1859; (5)Heman
Chester, March 15, 1864. In 1877, she lives in Northville.

1811. Mabel Rebecca, b. 1833; d. of small pox, Nov. 39, 1844.
1813. Charlotte M., b. 1838; d. April 4, 1843, aged 3 yrs. 6 mos.

993. JOHX« John 5 Israel,-* b. in is^ew Milford, 1796; m., Feb.
23, 1817, Lucy Strong, dau. Stephen and Lydia (Hine) Strong, of
Warren, Conn. Stephen was s. Philip and Rhoda (Payne) Strong,
of Warren. John was a farmer in iSTew Milford until 1830, and
since that time has resided in New York, Ohio, Wisconsin and
Minnesota (Blue Earth county); residing, at last accounts, at the
Winnel)ago agency. He is an elder in the Methodist Church.
His wife d. Aug. 14, 1858.

1813. Milo, b. March 33, 1818. +

1814. Flora, b. May 14, 1838; m., June 9, 1853, William Wallace Ilanney, b.
June 13, 1831, s. Jane and Sally (Best) Ranney, a farmer in Big Spring, Adams
county, Ohio. Children: Rufus, June 7, 1857; Susan Aurilla. Sept. 36, 1858;
James William, July 7, 1860; Flora Emma, Nov. 5, 1861, who d. April 38, 1863;
Clara Ettie, Nov. 16, 1863, who d. Sept. 10, 1863; Harriet Viola, Dec. 4, 1861;
Sally Florence, Jan. 37, 1866; and Mitchell, Nov. 13, 1869, who d. July 31, 1870.

997. TRUMAN*^ Abiel^ Israel,* b. in Washington, Conn., Aug.
20, 1789 ; lived in same place ; was Representative in 1838, and
several other times. He d. in Great Bend, Penn., Feb. 2, 1866.

1815. George, b. April 9, 1816; a law^yer at Great Bend.

1816. William, b. Dec. 16, 1831. -{-

1817. Herman, b. Dec. 33, 1833; a farmer in 1873; has one young son.

572 Baldwin Genealogy.

1818. Daniel A., b. March 9. 1839; d. Aug. 33, 1867; a lawyer. He left a
dau. living in 1873.

1819. John, b. Sept. 9, 1833; d. Oct. 39, 1873; a lawyer; graduated at Union

1830. Charles Edward, b. March 33, 1834; a lawyer; in 1873, of Great Bend,
Penn. ; graduated at Union College.

In 1873, the only children above having children are Herman
and Daniel A.

998. HERMAN^ AbieP Israel,^ b. in Washington, Conn., Mar.
13, 1791. He d. July 5, 1823, and his will, dated Aug. 15, 1822,
remembers his \v. Nancy, father and mother, brothers and sisters
then living. Yet the "Trowbridge Genealogy " says: Caroline
Trowbridge, dau. John, of Roxbury, Conn., b. April 6, 1802; m.
Harmon, of Washington, and had son

1831. George R. T., 1). 1833, and 8u.san A. by record had a son Herman, b.
March 31, 18o0, in Washington.

Caroline Trowbridge was sister of Mary who m. Samuel W.
Baldwin, I do not know how to explain this difference.

According to Bethlehem Records, as per Cothren's "Wood-
bury," George W. m., March 22, 1848, Sarah Smith, who is said to
be of Northtield. To add to the confusion, if possible, the Rox-
bury Records say (Cothrenn's book) that Harmon, of Washington,
m., Dec. 25, 1820, Anna_C. Trowbridge. (See^No.;i009, p. 538.)

999. ELIJAH 6 AbieP Israel,^ b. in Washington, Conn., Oct. 5,
1792; settled in New Preston. He d. April 30, 1838.

1833. Eliza Aurelia, b. Jan. 4, 1834; m., Jan. 4, 1853, George W. Cogswell, of

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