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The name Baldwin or Balduin is of Anglo-Saxon and Old German origin, from the Old English Bealdwine, or the Old German equivalent Baldavin, meaning "bold friend". French version Baudouin, Dutch version Boudewijn. It was frequently used in medieval Britain as a surname.

Baldwin family tree and history-related websites

  • Kentree KENT, KINDT, KINT, KYNDT, KIND: This RootsWeb-hosted site is a personal family tree created by George Kent of South Carolina. Baldwin is his wife's lineage, and includes surnames Maltby, Lewis, Kneeland, Colby and Keeps. The Kent family appears to descend from a Belgium or German line that has been Anglicized to Kent. Links to a WorldConnect tree.
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