Family:Sylvester Baldwin and Sarah Bryan (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1] 1620 Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire, Englandearly 1620
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Sylvester and Sarah sailed on the Martin in 1638 with their children Richard and Sarah. Sylvester died on board, and his will and the associated court records provide the only information regarding the passengers on that ship.

References
  1. Baldwin, Charles Candee. Notes on the ancestry of Sylvester Baldwin. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991).


Martin (1638)
The voyage of this ship is only known through the death of one of its passengers, and the settlement of his estate by depositions of witnesses as to the will.
Sailed: Spring 1638 from Unspecified Port, England
Arrived: between 21 Jun and 13 Jul 1638 at Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
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Sylvester Baldwin family - James Weeden family - Chad Brown family

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Other information: List at Olive Tree


The line of Silvester, the emigrant plainly appears. He was son of Silvester, deceased, and nephew, not son, of Richard of Dundridge. Silvester, the emigrant, married Sarah Bryan, probably sister or other near relative of Alexander Bryan (son of Thomas Bryan of Aylesbury), the first of Milford, whose wife Ann is mentioned in the will. Silvester and Sarah had children baptized in Aston Clinton as follows: Sarah, April 22, 1621; Richard, Aug. 25, 1622; Mary, Feb. 28 1623; Mary again, Feb. 19, 1625; Martha, April 20, 1628; Samuel, Jan. 1, 1632, buried next 4th of June; Elizabeth, Jan. 25, 1633, buried Jan. 31, 1633. They also had John and Ruth, no doubt younger; all living children seem to have come hither and settled in Milford, Conn. John was afterward of Stonington, and was probably born 1634 or 1635.

Notes on the Ancestry of Sylvester Baldwin by Charles C. Baldwin, A.M. [1]