John Baldwin

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Family 1: Mary Camp ....(? ~ )

  1. John Baldwin ....(ABT 1640 ~ Aug 1706) Milford, Connecticut, America S» C»
  2. Josiah Baldwin ....(1642 ~ ABT 1683) S»
  3. Samuel Baldwin ....(1645 ~ 16 Jan 1670/71)
  4. Nathaniel Cooper Baldwin ....(26 Mar 1648 ~ ) S»
  5. Elizabeth Baldwin ....(19 Aug 1649 ~ ) S»
  6. Joseph Baldwin ....(9 Nov 1651 ~ 1719) S»
Family 2: Mary Bruen ....(1634 ~ 2 Sep 1670 ) Shrewsbury, Salop, England P»
  1. Mary Baldwin ....(7 Sep 1654 ~ ) Milford, Connecticut, America
  2. Sarah Baldwin ....(25 Dec 1655 ~ 1 Jan 1728/29) Milford, Connecticut, America S»
  3. Abigail Baldwin ....(15 Nov 1658 ~ ) New Haven, Connecticut, America S» C»
  4. Obadiah Baldwin ....(29 Oct 1660 ~ 8 Jan 1737/38) Milford, Connecticut, America S»
  5. George Baldwin ....(1662 ~ 26 Oct 1728) Milford, Connecticut, America S»
  6. Hannah Baldwin ....(20 Nov 1663 ~ ) Milford, Connecticut, America S»
  7. Richard Baldwin ....(Jun 1665 ~ ) S»
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Ref#107:
This John is the son of John BALDWIN who died about 1637 in Bucks Co.,
England, and who had a wife Hannah.

Ancestors probably:

1. William BALDWIN (1441 - ) & Jane AYLESBURY
2. Sir John BALDWIN (11 Aug 1470 - )
3. Richard BALDWIN (1503 - )
4. Henry O. BALDWIN (1529 - )
5. John BALDWIN I (1565 - 14 Oct 1637) & Hannah ?
>> 6. John BALDWIN II (24 Jun 1619 - ) & Mary CAMP ( - Before 1653)

Ref#168:
{is this his son John?}
pg. xxxv
John Baldwin, "of Newark in the Government of New England," made his will
December 25, 1688. If was proved before a single Justice, thus:
"Appeared before me, John Curtis & John Browne this 28 of November 1689
& took oath that this is to the best of their knowledge the Last will &
Testament of John Baldwin of Newark Lately Deceased
"Thomas Johnson Justice."

The following entry is interesting, as showing the simple and apparently
entirely satisfacory method of getting an authoritative construction of a
will:
"Whereas William Camp & Seth Tompkins overseers of the Last will of
John Baldwin deceased, convinced {convened} the Justices of Newark
together (namely Mr John Ward, & Mr Thomas Johnson) to give their sence &
Approbation of what might be most sutable to the settling of what Lands
belong to the heire.
"Our sence is that the sd Lands spoken of in the sd will, willed to his
daugher Hannah Tichenor, be settled vpon the son of John Baldwin Junir &
the profits of the same fore the time to come, only the crop vpon the
ground, Ebenezer Lindly is to take it off, without any molestation, this
we give as our Apprehention this :20th: of June :1691:
"John Ward Justice
"Thomas Johnson Justice."

Ref#63:
Came to Connecticut with the other Milford, Baldwins. John Baldwin's
name was very common in Bucks , England at that time. He might have
been brother of Sylvester? Sylvester died on the passage in 1638. May
have been cousin of Sylvester? Unlikely, a nephew? February, 1639,
Milford, Conn. Was purchased from the Indians, settlement made during
the year and Nov 29, 1639 the name "free" planters appears in Milford
Records. John Baldwin was considered a "settler", because he was not a
church member. Milford was a religious community or colony. He joined
the church March 19, 1648. His homestead was orginal lot #13, in
Milford, on west side of the river. A little north west of the town
hall, on the premises now or lately occuppied by Rev. Asa M.
Train(1875). He moved to Newark, N.J. a year or after 1666, but
returned to Milford.

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