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  • Abiah Baldwin (1747 - 1805)
    Abiah ----, was 2nd wife of Deacon RICHARD BALDWIN, son of Theophilus Baldwin and Dorothy Treat. She died aged 58, on Oct. 23, 1805. Abiah Baldwin .. Birth: unknown Death: Oct. 23, 1805 2nd wife of Dea...
  • Abiel Baldwin (1724 - 1754)
    ABIEL4, Samuel3, David2, Joseph1Abiel Baldwin, son of Samuel Baldwin and Sarah Kirby, was b. in Milford, Conn., on Nov. 22,1724; settled in New Milford, Conn., where he m. Dec. 12,1749, with RACHEL BUC...
  • Abigail Baldwin (1673 - bef.1744)
    Abigail Beamon Baldwin BIRTH 11 Jun 1673 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA DEATH Sep 1744 (aged 71) Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA BURIAL Milford Cemetery, Milford, N...
  • Abigail Peck (1694 - 1714)
    Some discrepancies in dates of marriage. Assume that date was Jan 14, 1707 and that their first child was Joseph, born Oct 2, 1707. That would mean that Abigail was born earlier than 1694, probably mor...
  • Abigail Baldwin (1710 - c.1747)
    NOTE: THE 2 ABIGAIL ROYCE'S ARE 1ST COUSINS.*********THERE ARE TWO ABIGAIL ROYCE's, their fathers (Robert & Samuel) both were Deacons at Meriden Parish and both lived in the SW part of Meriden, they BO...

About the Baldwin surname

origin

The name Baldwin is of English origin, from the Old English Bealdwine, or the Old German equivalent Baldavin, meaning "bold friend". It was frequently used in medieval Britain as a surname.

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