Person:Nathaniel Baldwin (2)

m. 31 May 1598
  1. John Baldwin1597/98 - 1606
  2. Richard Baldwin1599 -
  3. Mary Baldwin1604 - aft 1630
  4. Samuel Baldwin1604 -
  5. Hannah Baldwin1608 - aft 1630
  6. Joseph Baldwin1609 - 1684
  7. Nathaniel Baldwinest 1610 - bef 1658
  8. Benjamin Baldwin1614 - 1612/13
  9. Christian Baldwin1613/14 - aft 1633
  10. Sarah Baldwin1615/16 - 1621
  11. Timothy Baldwinbef 1618 - 1664/65
  12. Sarah Baldwin1619 - 1690
  • HNathaniel Baldwinest 1610 - bef 1658
  • WAbigail Camp1622 - 1647/48
m. bef 1642
  1. John Baldwinest 1642 - aft 1688
  2. Daniel Baldwin1644 -
  3. Nathaniel Baldwin1645 - bet 1714
  4. Abigail Baldwin1647/48 - 1668
  • HNathaniel Baldwinest 1610 - bef 1658
  • WJoanna Unknown1612 - bef 1672
m. bef 1650
  1. Sarah Baldwin1650 - 1670
  2. Deborah Baldwinest 1652 -
  3. Samuel Baldwin1655 - 1696
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Nathaniel Baldwin
Gender Male
Birth[2][3] est 1610 Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire, England (probably)
Emigration[1] 1639
Residence[1] 1639 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Marriage bef 1642 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States (probably)Based on estimated date of birth of eldest known child.
to Abigail Camp
Marriage bef 1650 Based on estimated date of birth of eldest known child.
to Joanna Unknown
Residence[2][3] 1654 Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Death[2] bef 19 Oct 1658 Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States (probably)Before date of inventory.
Estate Inventory[2] 19 Oct 1658
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Nathaniel Baldwin, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Directory. (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jun 2015), 17.

    "Baldwin, Nathaniel: [Origin] Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire; [Emigration] 1639; [Resided] Milford [MiTR 2; FOOF 1:22-23, Charles Candee Baldwin, The Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 to 1881 (Cleveland 1881) 23-24, 406-8]."

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Baldwin, Nathaniel, in Jacobus, Donald Lines. History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. (New Haven, Conn.: The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, 1930-1932), 1:22-23.

    "Baldwin, Nathaniel. Second son of Richard of Cholesbury, co. Bucks, Eng.; a cooper, of Milford; his first wife Abigail d. there 22 Mar. 1648. She was prob. sister of William Camp, who was called uncle by his son John. He settled in Fairfield, where he had a home lot recorded 13 Jan. 1653 [1653/4]. Inv. taken at Fairfield, 19 Oct. 1658. Widow Joan (previously married); three children by former wife living at Milford; also three children by present wife, under age. Eldest son John chose Mr. Pell guardian. Daniel receipted for portion 1663, and John 1665/6; Nathaniel of Milford receipted for himself and sister Abigail, 1668.

    The will of Joanna Skidmore, wife of Thomas, in 1667, named children John, Daniel, Joanna and Abigail Westcott, and Sarah, Deborah and Samuel Baldwin. His second wife was Joan, widow of Richard Westcott; she m. (3) Thomas Skidmore. She was sister of the wife of Robert Sanford of Hartford.

    Thomas Skidmore and Cornelius Hull, Adm'rs of Est. of Nathaniel Baldwin, sold to Sarah and Deborah Baldwin land which they entered for record on 16 Apr. 1675. Four days later, Sarah Baldwin, joint proprietor with her sister Deborah Read, sold to her brother-in-law William Read all her interest. Samuel Baldwin had land by gift and also by purchase from his father-in-law Thomas Skidmore, recorded 26 Feb. 1677."

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 1. Nathaniel Baldwin, in Abbott, Susan Woodruff, and Jacquelyn Ladd Ricker. Families of Early Milford, Connecticut. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979), 43.

    "1. Nathaniel Baldwin was the 2nd son of Richard Baldwin, and brother to Joseph and Timothy, settlers of Milford. They were from co. Bucks, England and he died in Fairfield, Conn., inventory of his estate taken 19 October 1658. He was a cooper and joined the church in Milford 9 June 1644, a freeplanter. His home lot in Milford was # 7, consisting of 3 acres 2 rods. He removed to Fairfield where he had lot # 13 January 1653/4."