Facts and Events
Catherine can be found in the following census:
1850 Upper Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset, PA Federal Census
Allamakee, IA 1856 State-Census 350 92 1 Saml Baldwin 29 Pa jefferson.txt 350 92 1 Catherine Baldwin 28 Va jefferson.txt 350 92 1 Adeline Baldwin 3 Pa jefferson.txt 350 92 1 Amos Baldwin 1 Iowa jefferson.txt
1860 Jefferson, Allamakee, IA Federal Census 1870 Jefferson, Allamakee, IA Federal Census 1880 Jefferson, Allamakee, IA Federal Census 1885 Jefferson, Allamakee, IA State Census 1895 Victoria, Rice, KS State Census (living with daughter, Addie) 1900 Victoria, Rice, KS Federal Census (widow) 1910 Eureka, Rice, KS Federal Census (widow
Samuel and Catherine had six children.
Taken from the Waterloo Courier (Waterloo, Iowa) May 30, 1894: "To Meyersdale: Last evening nearly 90 people from Waterloo and vicinity departed on the three railraods centering her for Meyersdale, Pennsylvania, where the annual meeting of the German Baptist Church will be held. Two chair cars were set out on the side tracks of the Burlington road yesterday and about 50 people went over that line. Amont those who departed from here we obtained the following names: Martin Bueghly, Mrs. S. L. Klingaman, Herman Knupp and wife, Mrs. Jacob Mosher and children, O. Barron and wife, J. Shrock and wife, J. C. Fike and wife, Misses Anna and Emma Miller, J. D. Gnagey, Miss Nettie Blough, John Speicher and wife, Mrs. L. Libby, Mrs. B. J. Joder, Mrs. W. O. Blough, J. H. Grady and wife, John Speicher and family, Mrs. Sam Smith, E. A. Brown and wife, J. W. Klinefelter and wife, Mrs. Hostetler, C. M. Saylor and wife, J. J. Berkley, wife and daughter, Miss Kate Schrock, A. I. Blough, W. H. Lichty and wife, J. J. Weller and wife, Mrs. Harriet Beal, Mrs. Catherine Baldwin and others.