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Richard Baldwin, of Dundridge

Also Known As: "RIchard Baldwin", "of Dundridge"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
Death: Died in Dunridge Parish, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
Place of Burial: Ashton Clinton, Churchyard, Bucks Co Eng
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Baldwin, Sr. and Agnes Baldwin
Husband of Ellen A Baldwin and Ellen A. Baldwin
Father of Henry Yeoman Baldwin; Henry Baldwin; Alice Bryknell; Agnes Grange; Cicely Baldwin and 3 others
Brother of Robert Baldwin, Jr.; Thomas Baldwin; Hugh Baldwin; John Baldwin; William Baldwin and 1 other

Occupation: Yeoman; bought estate known as Dundrige or "Donrigge" from grandchildren of his uncle, and who received Dundridge as grant from King Henry VIII, As eldest son he inherited the Manor of Dundridge
Managed by: Ann Margrethe Nilsen
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About Richard Baldwin, of Dundridge

shared possession of the Manor of Dundridge with his brother, John, after the death of their father; will proven 1552/3 m. Ellen Pooke (b. 1507; d. 1565); they had: John, Richard, Alice, Agnes, Cecily, Letice, and Henry

Quick reference: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pdfamilytree/balline01.htm#bal15031553a

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Retrieved from http://www.wayfinding.net/Baldwin.htm 9/19/2008

Richard BALDWIN was born in 1500 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He signed a will on 16 Jan 1553. He has a will on record as proved on 21 Feb 1553 in Buckinghamshire, England. He was a Yeoman. He died in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He was buried in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Most often Richard Baldwin is shown as the son of Sir John Baldwin b 11 Aug 1470. I believe this was assumed as since they inherited Sir John Baldwin's land.

RICHARD I BALDWIN, yeoman, "of Dundridge," died in 1553. His will was administrated by his brother John Baldwin. His wife Ellen, probably the sister of John Apuke (Pooke), died in 1585 or 6. This Richard and his brother John were in possession of the Manor of Dundridge but eight years after the death of Sir John Baldwin. But Col. Chester says the fact that Richard and his wife Ellen were not buried in-side the church, but in the churchyard, indicates that he was not the sole lord of the manor, and that he and John were at the time probably joint tenants of the heirs.

Richard's will of Jan 6, 1552/3 names all his children. His farm in Dongrove was to go to son John, but if John died before the age of 23, to go to Henry. "To son Richard my tenth in Cholesburg and rents belonging there to when 23; to Ellynn my wife and HENRY, the rest of said houses and lands towards bringing up my children. To HENRY ten silver spoons and a manor. The residue to Ellyn and HENRY equally, and they to be executors: oversees to be my brothers John Baldwin and John Apuke. He also mentioned his brothers son Hughe.

Ellyn's will, probated 1565-66, bequeathed to the mother church of Lincoln, to the poor if Aston, Clynton and Cholesbury, to cousin (nephew), George Baldwin of Hale, and he to guide daughters Cicilye and Lettys in their marriage, to "other daughters," Richard and Sylvester, "children of my son HENRY BALDWIN," son John to be executor and residuary legalee; overseer HENRY BALDWIN. She signed herself "Elyn Baldwin... of Dinrich in the parish of Aston Clinton, Bucks, widow."

He was married to Ellen APOKE in 1522 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Ellen APOKE was born in 1507 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. She died on 24 Nov 1565 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Richard BALDWIN and Ellen APOKE had the following children:

+20 i. Henry BALDWIN. +21 ii. Richard BALDWIN. +22 iii. John BALDWIN. 23 iv. Alice (Alis) BALDWIN was born in 1535. She died in 1567. +24 v. Agnes BALDWIN. +25 vi. Lettice BALDWIN. 26 vii. Cicely BALDWIN was born about 1550. She died in 1599.

note: Richard BALDWIN b. abt. 1503 of Aston Clinton, co. Bucks, England m. abt. 1526 Ellen APUKE. His father is NOT the Sir John BALDWIN that many books mention. "Sir John BALDWIN had no male heirs. His properties were acquired prior to 1506 and were settled upon his wife Ann, who survived him and held it in dower. It was inherited by Thomas PAKINGTON, son of his daughter Agnes and Robert PAKINGTON. Agnes became a widow and her 17 yr. old son rented the Dundridge Manor to a Richard BALDWIN who was probably a rich relative. -------------------- Richard BALDWIN was born in 1500 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He signed a will on 16 Jan 1553. He has a will on record as proved on 21 Feb 1553 in Buckinghamshire, England. He was a Yeoman. He died in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He was buried in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Most often Richard Baldwin is shown as the son of Sir John Baldwin b 11 Aug 1470. I believe this was assumed as since they inherited Sir John Baldwin's land. See Sir John for further reasons. This does not seem correct to me.

This seems more responsible:

David Drake wrote:

The Victorian County series for Bucks says that the Sir John Baldwin, b 1470 Aylesbury, had no male heir, simply a daughter who married a Robert Packington and John's property was left to them. The Baldwin ancestry for those who lived in MA/CT in the early 1600s indicates that this Sir John had a son named Richard, bc 1500 Aston-Clinton, d 1553 in Dundrige. Can anyone tell me which is correct? If Sir John Baldwin died without a male heir, who is the ancestor of the Baldwin families in New England?

According to Clifford L. Stott (FASG), author of "Sylvester and Jane (Wells) Baldwin, Parents of the Immigrant Sylvester Baldwin," in The Genealogist (Vol. ii, No. 1--Spring 1997), the ancestors of the immigrant are known for 4 generations. The first three, Sylvester, Henry, and Richard, are to be found in Charles Candee Baldwin's The Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 to 1881 (pub. 1881). See also, Joseph L. Chester's "Report of Investigations Concerning the Famiuly of Baldwin of Aston Clinton, co. Bucks." in NEHGR, vol. 38 (1884), pp. 160-70, 289-99, 372-76.

The discovery of Richard's father, Robert, is discussed in G. Andrew Moriarty, "Baldwin of Bucks and Connecticut," NEHGR 110 (1956), p. 310.

RICHARD I BALDWIN, yeoman, "of Dundridge," died in 1553. His will was administrated by his brother John Baldwin. His wife Ellen, probably the sister of John Apuke (Pooke), died in 1585 or 6. This Richard and his brother John were in possession of the Manor of Dundridge but eight years after the death of Sir John Baldwin. But Col. Chester says the fact that Richard and his wife Ellen were not buried in-side the church, but in the churchyard, indicates that he was not the sole lord of the manor, and that he and John were at the time probably joint tenants of the heirs.

Richard's will of Jan 6, 1552/3 names all his children. His farm in Dongrove was to go to son John, but if John died before the age of 23, to go to Henry. "To son Richard my tenth in Cholesburg and rents belonging there to when 23; to Ellynn my wife and HENRY, the rest of said houses and lands towards bringing up my children. To HENRY ten silver spoons and a manor. The residue to Ellyn and HENRY equally, and they to be executors: oversees to be my brothers John Baldwin and John Apuke. He also mentioned his brothers son Hughe.

Richard Baldwin, ancestor of John S. Baldwin and Charles C. Baldwin, of Worcester, held the Manor of Dunbridge, in Aston-Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England, early in the sixteenth century. His will was proved in 1552-3. His heir was Henry Baldwin.

-------------------- Retrieved from http://www.wayfinding.net/Baldwin.htm 9/19/2008

Richard BALDWIN was born in 1500 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He signed a will on 16 Jan 1553. He has a will on record as proved on 21 Feb 1553 in Buckinghamshire, England. He was a Yeoman. He died in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He was buried in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Most often Richard Baldwin is shown as the son of Sir John Baldwin b 11 Aug 1470. I believe this was assumed as since they inherited Sir John Baldwin's land.

RICHARD I BALDWIN, yeoman, "of Dundridge," died in 1553. His will was administrated by his brother John Baldwin. His wife Ellen, probably the sister of John Apuke (Pooke), died in 1585 or 6. This Richard and his brother John were in possession of the Manor of Dundridge but eight years after the death of Sir John Baldwin. But Col. Chester says the fact that Richard and his wife Ellen were not buried in-side the church, but in the churchyard, indicates that he was not the sole lord of the manor, and that he and John were at the time probably joint tenants of the heirs.

Richard's will of Jan 6, 1552/3 names all his children. His farm in Dongrove was to go to son John, but if John died before the age of 23, to go to Henry. "To son Richard my tenth in Cholesburg and rents belonging there to when 23; to Ellynn my wife and HENRY, the rest of said houses and lands towards bringing up my children. To HENRY ten silver spoons and a manor. The residue to Ellyn and HENRY equally, and they to be executors: oversees to be my brothers John Baldwin and John Apuke. He also mentioned his brothers son Hughe.

Ellyn's will, probated 1565-66, bequeathed to the mother church of Lincoln, to the poor if Aston, Clynton and Cholesbury, to cousin (nephew), George Baldwin of Hale, and he to guide daughters Cicilye and Lettys in their marriage, to "other daughters," Richard and Sylvester, "children of my son HENRY BALDWIN," son John to be executor and residuary legalee; overseer HENRY BALDWIN. She signed herself "Elyn Baldwin... of Dinrich in the parish of Aston Clinton, Bucks, widow."

He was married to Ellen APOKE in 1522 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Ellen APOKE was born in 1507 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. She died on 24 Nov 1565 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Richard BALDWIN and Ellen APOKE had the following children:

+20 i. Henry BALDWIN. +21 ii. Richard BALDWIN. +22 iii. John BALDWIN. 23 iv. Alice (Alis) BALDWIN was born in 1535. She died in 1567. +24 v. Agnes BALDWIN. +25 vi. Lettice BALDWIN. 26 vii. Cicely BALDWIN was born about 1550. She died in 1599. -------------------- http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=xdeadhuntr&id=I3491

ID: I3491 Name: Richard Baldwin Surname: Baldwin Given Name: Richard Sex: M Birth: ABT 1503 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Death: 16 Jan 1552/1553 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Reference Number: 8192 _UID: A4A962A39AEDD6119804AF31BE9FBE4BA2AD Change Date: 7 May 2002 at 06:09:59

Father: Robert Baldwin b: ABT 1475 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England Mother: Agnes Dolte or Dormer b: in Of Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England

Marriage 1 Ellen Apuke or Pooke b: ABT 1507 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Married: ABT 1528 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Children

Henry Baldwin b: ABT 1530 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
John Baldwin b: ABT 1532 in Aston Clinton, Bucks, England
Alice Baldwin b: ABT 1535 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
Richard Baldwin b: 1540 in Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
Agnes Baldwin b: ABT 1545 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
Cecily Baldwin b: ABT 1547 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
Lettice Baldwin b: ABT 1549 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England

-------------------- On the death of his father Richard took over the lease of Dundridge Manor. In 1541 the Countess of Salisbury died and the Manor was returned to the monarchy under control of Henry VIII, he did not disturb the tenancy of Richard and Ellen.

Henry VIII gifted or sold the manor to Sir John Baldwin in 1544, he died in 1545 and left the manor in the charge of Sir Robert Pakington who in 1579 passed it over to Henry Baldwin -Richards eldest son. Making Henry not just the tenant of Dundridge Manor but the official Lord of Dundridge Manor. -------------------- Richard is the youngest son, but by the writing of his will, he is well established at Dundridge. From the will of his father, Robert, it would appear that the rights to Dundridge had gone to the heir of the estate, the eldest son, John. However, from records, John becomes established at the Hale, and the next son Thomas, who dies young, is established in Wendover. At this point we have not found a clue as to the events that lead to Richard's obtaining Dundridge.3 He made his will the 16th of January in the 6th year of Edward VI [1553].

http://mccurdyfamilylineage.com/ancestry/p47.htm#i10159

Richard was laid to rest in the Churchyard in the Parish of Aston Clynton, Buckinghamshire, England. Richard departed this life at Dundridge Manor in the Parish of Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. His will was probated on 21 February 1553. -------------------- http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pdfamilytree/balline01.htm

The Baldwins came from the County of Buckinghamshire in England, about 30 miles northwest of London, where they resided in the late 1400's. Their history unquestionably goes back earlier than that and is, at least to some degree, traceable to the 1200's if not earlier.

Richard BALDWIN (1503-1553)

Date and Place of Birth: 1503 - Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Date and Place of Death: 1553 - Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Father: Robert BALDWIN (1475-1536) Mother: Agnes DOLTE (b. unknown; daughter of William DOLTE)

Spouse: Ellen APUKE (b. about 1507, d. about 1566; parents unknown) Married: 1524 - Resided In: Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England

Children:

* Henry BALDWIN, b. about 1529, d. May 1602, m. Alice KING; 
  John BALDWIN, b. about 1532, d. after 1599; 
  Alice BALDWIN, b. about 1535; 
  Richard BALDWIN [Jr.], b. 1540, d. 18 Feb 1632, m. Isabel CHASE; 
  Agnes BALDWIN, b. about 1545, d. 1567, m. William GRANGE; 
  Cicely BALDWIN, b. about 1547, d. before 1599; 
  Lettice BALDWIN, b. about 1549, m. Mr. FOSTER. 

-------------------- http://janmew.com/Genealogy/baldwin.html

RICHARD BALDWIN (1500/03-1552/53) was born in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England and died in Dunridge Parish, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He is the son of JOHN BALDWIN and AGNES DORMER. John and Agnes were married in 1501, in Buckinghamshire, England.

http://www.oocities.org/jerushaf/darling/annwoodruffancestors/hb.html -------------------- shared possession of the Manor of Dundridge with his brother, John, after the death of their father; will proven 1552/3 m. Ellen Pooke (b. 1507; d. 1565); they had: John, Richard, Alice, Agnes, Cecily, Letice, and Henry -------------------- Retrieved from http://www.wayfinding.net/Baldwin.htm 9/19/2008

Richard BALDWIN was born in 1500 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He signed a will on 16 Jan 1553. He has a will on record as proved on 21 Feb 1553 in Buckinghamshire, England. He was a Yeoman. He died in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He was buried in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Most often Richard Baldwin is shown as the son of Sir John Baldwin b 11 Aug 1470. I believe this was assumed as since they inherited Sir John Baldwin's land.

RICHARD I BALDWIN, yeoman, "of Dundridge," died in 1553. His will was administrated by his brother John Baldwin. His wife Ellen, probably the sister of John Apuke (Pooke), died in 1585 or 6. This Richard and his brother John were in possession of the Manor of Dundridge but eight years after the death of Sir John Baldwin. But Col. Chester says the fact that Richard and his wife Ellen were not buried in-side the church, but in the churchyard, indicates that he was not the sole lord of the manor, and that he and John were at the time probably joint tenants of the heirs.

Richard's will of Jan 6, 1552/3 names all his children. His farm in Dongrove was to go to son John, but if John died before the age of 23, to go to Henry. "To son Richard my tenth in Cholesburg and rents belonging there to when 23; to Ellynn my wife and HENRY, the rest of said houses and lands towards bringing up my children. To HENRY ten silver spoons and a manor. The residue to Ellyn and HENRY equally, and they to be executors: oversees to be my brothers John Baldwin and John Apuke. He also mentioned his brothers son Hughe.

Ellyn's will, probated 1565-66, bequeathed to the mother church of Lincoln, to the poor if Aston, Clynton and Cholesbury, to cousin (nephew), George Baldwin of Hale, and he to guide daughters Cicilye and Lettys in their marriage, to "other daughters," Richard and Sylvester, "children of my son HENRY BALDWIN," son John to be executor and residuary legalee; overseer HENRY BALDWIN. She signed herself "Elyn Baldwin... of Dinrich in the parish of Aston Clinton, Bucks, widow."

He was married to Ellen APOKE in 1522 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Ellen APOKE was born in 1507 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. She died on 24 Nov 1565 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Richard BALDWIN and Ellen APOKE had the following children:

+20 i. Henry BALDWIN. +21 ii. Richard BALDWIN. +22 iii. John BALDWIN. 23 iv. Alice (Alis) BALDWIN was born in 1535. She died in 1567. +24 v. Agnes BALDWIN. +25 vi. Lettice BALDWIN. 26 vii. Cicely BALDWIN was born about 1550. She died in 1599.

note: Richard BALDWIN b. abt. 1503 of Aston Clinton, co. Bucks, England m. abt. 1526 Ellen APUKE. His father is NOT the Sir John BALDWIN that many books mention. "Sir John BALDWIN had no male heirs. His properties were acquired prior to 1506 and were settled upon his wife Ann, who survived him and held it in dower. It was inherited by Thomas PAKINGTON, son of his daughter Agnes and Robert PAKINGTON. Agnes became a widow and her 17 yr. old son rented the Dundridge Manor to a Richard BALDWIN who was probably a rich relative. -------------------- Richard BALDWIN was born in 1500 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He signed a will on 16 Jan 1553. He has a will on record as proved on 21 Feb 1553 in Buckinghamshire, England. He was a Yeoman. He died in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He was buried in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Most often Richard Baldwin is shown as the son of Sir John Baldwin b 11 Aug 1470. I believe this was assumed as since they inherited Sir John Baldwin's land. See Sir John for further reasons. This does not seem correct to me.

This seems more responsible:

David Drake wrote:

The Victorian County series for Bucks says that the Sir John Baldwin, b 1470 Aylesbury, had no male heir, simply a daughter who married a Robert Packington and John's property was left to them. The Baldwin ancestry for those who lived in MA/CT in the early 1600s indicates that this Sir John had a son named Richard, bc 1500 Aston-Clinton, d 1553 in Dundrige. Can anyone tell me which is correct? If Sir John Baldwin died without a male heir, who is the ancestor of the Baldwin families in New England?

According to Clifford L. Stott (FASG), author of "Sylvester and Jane (Wells) Baldwin, Parents of the Immigrant Sylvester Baldwin," in The Genealogist (Vol. ii, No. 1--Spring 1997), the ancestors of the immigrant are known for 4 generations. The first three, Sylvester, Henry, and Richard, are to be found in Charles Candee Baldwin's The Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 to 1881 (pub. 1881). See also, Joseph L. Chester's "Report of Investigations Concerning the Famiuly of Baldwin of Aston Clinton, co. Bucks." in NEHGR, vol. 38 (1884), pp. 160-70, 289-99, 372-76.

The discovery of Richard's father, Robert, is discussed in G. Andrew Moriarty, "Baldwin of Bucks and Connecticut," NEHGR 110 (1956), p. 310.

RICHARD I BALDWIN, yeoman, "of Dundridge," died in 1553. His will was administrated by his brother John Baldwin. His wife Ellen, probably the sister of John Apuke (Pooke), died in 1585 or 6. This Richard and his brother John were in possession of the Manor of Dundridge but eight years after the death of Sir John Baldwin. But Col. Chester says the fact that Richard and his wife Ellen were not buried in-side the church, but in the churchyard, indicates that he was not the sole lord of the manor, and that he and John were at the time probably joint tenants of the heirs.

Richard's will of Jan 6, 1552/3 names all his children. His farm in Dongrove was to go to son John, but if John died before the age of 23, to go to Henry. "To son Richard my tenth in Cholesburg and rents belonging there to when 23; to Ellynn my wife and HENRY, the rest of said houses and lands towards bringing up my children. To HENRY ten silver spoons and a manor. The residue to Ellyn and HENRY equally, and they to be executors: oversees to be my brothers John Baldwin and John Apuke. He also mentioned his brothers son Hughe.

Richard Baldwin, ancestor of John S. Baldwin and Charles C. Baldwin, of Worcester, held the Manor of Dunbridge, in Aston-Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England, early in the sixteenth century. His will was proved in 1552-3. His heir was Henry Baldwin.

-------------------- Retrieved from http://www.wayfinding.net/Baldwin.htm 9/19/2008

Richard BALDWIN was born in 1500 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He signed a will on 16 Jan 1553. He has a will on record as proved on 21 Feb 1553 in Buckinghamshire, England. He was a Yeoman. He died in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He was buried in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Most often Richard Baldwin is shown as the son of Sir John Baldwin b 11 Aug 1470. I believe this was assumed as since they inherited Sir John Baldwin's land.

RICHARD I BALDWIN, yeoman, "of Dundridge," died in 1553. His will was administrated by his brother John Baldwin. His wife Ellen, probably the sister of John Apuke (Pooke), died in 1585 or 6. This Richard and his brother John were in possession of the Manor of Dundridge but eight years after the death of Sir John Baldwin. But Col. Chester says the fact that Richard and his wife Ellen were not buried in-side the church, but in the churchyard, indicates that he was not the sole lord of the manor, and that he and John were at the time probably joint tenants of the heirs.

Richard's will of Jan 6, 1552/3 names all his children. His farm in Dongrove was to go to son John, but if John died before the age of 23, to go to Henry. "To son Richard my tenth in Cholesburg and rents belonging there to when 23; to Ellynn my wife and HENRY, the rest of said houses and lands towards bringing up my children. To HENRY ten silver spoons and a manor. The residue to Ellyn and HENRY equally, and they to be executors: oversees to be my brothers John Baldwin and John Apuke. He also mentioned his brothers son Hughe.

Ellyn's will, probated 1565-66, bequeathed to the mother church of Lincoln, to the poor if Aston, Clynton and Cholesbury, to cousin (nephew), George Baldwin of Hale, and he to guide daughters Cicilye and Lettys in their marriage, to "other daughters," Richard and Sylvester, "children of my son HENRY BALDWIN," son John to be executor and residuary legalee; overseer HENRY BALDWIN. She signed herself "Elyn Baldwin... of Dinrich in the parish of Aston Clinton, Bucks, widow."

He was married to Ellen APOKE in 1522 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Ellen APOKE was born in 1507 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. She died on 24 Nov 1565 in Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. Richard BALDWIN and Ellen APOKE had the following children:

+20 i. Henry BALDWIN. +21 ii. Richard BALDWIN. +22 iii. John BALDWIN. 23 iv. Alice (Alis) BALDWIN was born in 1535. She died in 1567. +24 v. Agnes BALDWIN. +25 vi. Lettice BALDWIN. 26 vii. Cicely BALDWIN was born about 1550. She died in 1599. -------------------- http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=xdeadhuntr&id=I3491

ID: I3491 Name: Richard Baldwin Surname: Baldwin Given Name: Richard Sex: M Birth: ABT 1503 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Death: 16 Jan 1552/1553 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Reference Number: 8192 _UID: A4A962A39AEDD6119804AF31BE9FBE4BA2AD Change Date: 7 May 2002 at 06:09:59

Father: Robert Baldwin b: ABT 1475 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England Mother: Agnes Dolte or Dormer b: in Of Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England

Marriage 1 Ellen Apuke or Pooke b: ABT 1507 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Married: ABT 1528 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Children

Henry Baldwin b: ABT 1530 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England John Baldwin b: ABT 1532 in Aston Clinton, Bucks, England Alice Baldwin b: ABT 1535 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Richard Baldwin b: 1540 in Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire, England Agnes Baldwin b: ABT 1545 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Cecily Baldwin b: ABT 1547 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Lettice Baldwin b: ABT 1549 in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England -------------------- On the death of his father Richard took over the lease of Dundridge Manor. In 1541 the Countess of Salisbury died and the Manor was returned to the monarchy under control of Henry VIII, he did not disturb the tenancy of Richard and Ellen.

Henry VIII gifted or sold the manor to Sir John Baldwin in 1544, he died in 1545 and left the manor in the charge of Sir Robert Pakington who in 1579 passed it over to Henry Baldwin -Richards eldest son. Making Henry not just the tenant of Dundridge Manor but the official Lord of Dundridge Manor. -------------------- Richard is the youngest son, but by the writing of his will, he is well established at Dundridge. From the will of his father, Robert, it would appear that the rights to Dundridge had gone to the heir of the estate, the eldest son, John. However, from records, John becomes established at the Hale, and the next son Thomas, who dies young, is established in Wendover. At this point we have not found a clue as to the events that lead to Richard's obtaining Dundridge.3 He made his will the 16th of January in the 6th year of Edward VI [1553].

http://mccurdyfamilylineage.com/ancestry/p47.htm#i10159

Richard was laid to rest in the Churchyard in the Parish of Aston Clynton, Buckinghamshire, England. Richard departed this life at Dundridge Manor in the Parish of Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. His will was probated on 21 February 1553. -------------------- http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pdfamilytree/balline01.htm

The Baldwins came from the County of Buckinghamshire in England, about 30 miles northwest of London, where they resided in the late 1400's. Their history unquestionably goes back earlier than that and is, at least to some degree, traceable to the 1200's if not earlier.

Richard BALDWIN (1503-1553)

Date and Place of Birth: 1503 - Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Date and Place of Death: 1553 - Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England Father: Robert BALDWIN (1475-1536) Mother: Agnes DOLTE (b. unknown; daughter of William DOLTE)

Spouse: Ellen APUKE (b. about 1507, d. about 1566; parents unknown) Married: 1524 - Resided In: Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England

Children:

  • Henry BALDWIN, b. about 1529, d. May 1602, m. Alice KING; John BALDWIN, b. about 1532, d. after 1599; Alice BALDWIN, b. about 1535; Richard BALDWIN [Jr.], b. 1540, d. 18 Feb 1632, m. Isabel CHASE; Agnes BALDWIN, b. about 1545, d. 1567, m. William GRANGE; Cicely BALDWIN, b. about 1547, d. before 1599; Lettice BALDWIN, b. about 1549, m. Mr. FOSTER.

-------------------- http://janmew.com/Genealogy/baldwin.html

RICHARD BALDWIN (1500/03-1552/53) was born in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England and died in Dunridge Parish, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. He is the son of JOHN BALDWIN and AGNES DORMER. John and Agnes were married in 1501, in Buckinghamshire, England.

http://www.oocities.org/jerushaf/darling/annwoodruffancestors/hb.html

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Richard Baldwin, of Dundridge's Timeline

1500
March 1500
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
1503
1503
Age 2
Hale/Dundridge,Buckingham,Eng
1524
1524
Age 23
Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, UK
1528
1528
Age 27
Buckinghamshire, England

Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England

1535
1535
Age 34
Aston Clinton, Ashton Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
1545
1545
Age 44
Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
1547
1547
Age 46
Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
1549
1549
Age 48
Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
1551
1551
Age 50
Cholesbury, , Buckinghamshire, England
1552
1552
Age 51