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This BALDWIN family is not the Milford, Connecticut - Newark, NJ Baldwin family but a completely different family that settled in Virginia and Maryland. Do not confuse the two families!
Descendants of John Baldwin
Generation No. 1 1. JOHN1 BALDWIN was born in England. Notes for JOHN BALDWIN: Arrived in Jamestown, Virginia on the Tyger in 1625. Child of JOHN BALDWIN is: 2. i. JOHN2 BALDWIN, d. 1684.
Generation No. 2 2. JOHN2 BALDWIN (JOHN1)1 died 1684. He married (1) MARY WILKENS, daughter of JOHN WILKENS and BRIDGET CRAFT. She died Bef. 1684. He married (2) ELIZABETH UNKNOWN. She died January 14, 1691. Notes for JOHN BALDWIN: The first record of John Baldwin is March 18, 1648/49, when he patented three hundred acres in Northampton County, Virginia, claiming himself as a headright. This land was on Occohannache and Compekeeke Creeks. Notes for ELIZABETH UNKNOWN: Joined her husband, John, in his affiliation with the Quakers. Meetings were often held at John Baldwin's Maryland home. Children of JOHN BALDWIN and MARY WILKENS are: 3. i. JOHN3 BALDWIN, b. Abt. 1660; d. 1715. ii. MAGARET BALDWIN, m. THOMAS CRUTCHLY. iii. LYDIA BALDWIN, m. (1) THOMAS WATKINS; m. (2) EDWARD BIDDISON. iv. RUTH BALDWIN, m. PHILIP HOWARD.
Generation No. 3 3. JOHN3 BALDWIN (JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1660, and died 1715. He married HESTER LARKIN Abt. 1689, daughter of JOHN LARKIN. She was born 1665, and died Aft. 1720. More About JOHN BALDWIN and HESTER LARKIN: Marriage: Abt. 1689 Children of JOHN BALDWIN and HESTER LARKIN are: 4. i. JAMES4 BALDWIN, b. 1693, Anne Arundel County, Maryland; d. 1728, Prince Georges County, Maryland. 5. ii. THOMAS BALDWIN, b. Abt. 1700; d. February 1762. iii. JOHN BALDWIN. Notes for JOHN BALDWIN: Moved to Cecil County, Maryland. iv. KATHERINE BALDWIN, b. 1705; d. May 13, 1733; m. CHARLES GRIFFITH2. v. MARY BALDWIN, m. ROBERT LUSBY, August 21, 1707, St. Anne's Church, Annapolis, Maryland. More About ROBERT LUSBY and MARY BALDWIN: Marriage: August 21, 1707, St. Anne's Church, Annapolis, Maryland
Generation No. 4 4. JAMES4 BALDWIN (JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 1693 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and died 1728 in Prince Georges County, Maryland. He married MARY TYLER January 20, 1714 in St. Barnabas Church, Queen Anne Parish, Prince Georges County, Maryland, daughter of ROBERT TYLER and SUSANNAH DUVALL. More About JAMES BALDWIN and MARY TYLER: Marriage: January 20, 1714, St. Barnabas Church, Queen Anne Parish, Prince Georges County, Maryland Children of JAMES BALDWIN and MARY TYLER are: i. JOHN5 BALDWIN3, b. May 01, 1717; d. 1775; m. ANNE UNKNOWN. ii. JAMES BALDWIN, b. 1720; m. ELIZABETH UNKNOWN. Notes for JAMES BALDWIN: Took Oath of Fidelity in 1778. iii. THOMAS BALDWIN, m. SOPHIA BUTT. Notes for THOMAS BALDWIN: Took Oath of Fidelity 1778. iv. TYLER BALDWIN. v. SUSANNAH BALDWIN, b. January 31, 1719; m. UNKNOWN LAMAR. vi. MARY BALDWIN, m. UNKNOWN LYON.
5. THOMAS4 BALDWIN (JOHN3, JOHN2, JOHN1)4 was born Abt. 1700, and died February 1762. He married AGNES SANDERS in All Allows Episcopal Church, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland5. Notes for THOMAS BALDWIN: It must have been a love match as Anne brought neither money nor prestige to the marriage. Father Thomas died in Debtor's Prison in February 1762. He was an unsuccessful planter. His wife, Agnes, ran a tavern or ordinary in Annapolis, Maryland. Chase prosecuted her for selling rum to servants in 1765. She was acquitted. More About THOMAS BALDWIN and AGNES SANDERS: Marriage: All Allows Episcopal Church, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland5 Children of THOMAS BALDWIN and AGNES SANDERS are: i. ANNE5 BALDWIN, m. SAMUEL CHASE, May 02, 1762, All Allows Episcopal Church, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Notes for SAMUEL CHASE: Signer of the Delcaration of Independence for Maryland. He was the brother of Judge Townsley Chase of Annapolis. More About SAMUEL CHASE and ANNE BALDWIN: Marriage: May 02, 1762, All Allows Episcopal Church, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland ii. HESTER BALDWIN, m. TOWNSLEY CHASE. Notes for TOWNSLEY CHASE: He was a Judge from Annapolis and the brother of Judge Samuel Chase.
Endnotes 1. Adventures of Purse and Person-1607-1624/25. Revised and Edited by Virginia M. Meyers [1974-1981] John Frederick Dorman, F.A.S.G. [1981-1987]. 2. Church Records of St. Anne's Church, Annapolis, Maryland. 3. Ancestors and Descendants of Andrew Jackson Baldwin, deposited in the Maryland Archives, Annapolis, Maryland. 4. Stormy Patriot: The Life of Samuel Chase, James Haw, Rosamond Bierne, Francis F. Bierne, R. Samuel Jett. Published by the Maryland Historical Societ. 5. Church Records of All Hallow's Church, Davidsonville, Maryland.