1
Robert Dale Dennany
Charlotte Joan Frisbie
2
Lowell M Frisbie
Bernice W Cowling
3
Charles A Frisbie
Eva C
4
Alonzo Frisbie
Laura
5
Peter Frisbie
Nancy
6
Luman Frisbey
Anna Parker
7
Theodore Frisbie
Mehitabel Wheeler
8
William WHEELER
Jemima PLUMB
10
John PLUMB
Elizabeth NORTON     
11
Robert PLUMB - Plum
Mary BALDWIN
12
Sylvester BALDWIN
Sarah BRYAN
13
Sylvester BALDWIN
Jane WELLS
14
Henry BALDWIN
Alice KINGE
15
Richard BALDWIN
Ellen APUKE
16
Robert BALDWIN
Agenes DOLTE
17
John BALDWYN
Unknown
18
John BALDWYN
Unknown
18
John BALDWYN
Unknown
19
Richard BALDEWYNE
Unknown
20
Richard BALDEWYNE
Unknown
21
William BALDEWYNE
Unknown
22
William BALDEWYNE
Unknown
23
John BALDEWYNE
Unknown
SURNAME - BALDWIN
Charlotte Joan Frisbie Family Tree                                                              
This is a work in progress.
All information is speculative.
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Robert PLUMB - Plum
born - England -  Ridgewell,Essex  30 OCT 1617
died - Connecticut - Milford - New Haven Co 12 MAY 1655
married -Connecticut - Milford - New Haven Co  9 JAN 1642
Mary BALDWIN
born - England - Aston Clinton,Buckinghamshire - 22 APR 1621
died - Connecticut - Milford - New Haven Co 1 FEB 1707-1708
Children
1  Mary PLUMB  9 FEB 1644-1645
2. John PLUMB  12 AUG 1646
3. Robert PLUMB: 21 DEC 1648

Sources:

1. Repository:
Name: Ancestry.com
Title: Families of Early Milford
Author: Susan Woodruff Abbott; Edited and Prepared for Publication by Jacquelyn L. Ricker
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1979
Abbrev: Families of Early Milford
Page: 582
2. Repository:
Name: Ancestry.com
Title: Clark: Deacon of George Clark of Milford, CT and some of his descendents
Author: Bryant, George Clarke; Editor, Donald Lines Jacobus
Publication: Ansonia, CT, 1949
Abbrev: Clark: Deacon of George Clark of Milford, CT and some of his descendents
Page: 14
3. Repository:
Name: Newtown Library-Genealogy Dept
Newtown, CT
Title: Baldwin Genealogy from 1500 to 1881
Author: Baldwin, Charles Candee
Publication: , Cleveland, Ohio, 1881
Abbrev: Baldwin Genealogy from 1500 to 1881
4. Repository:
Name: Ancestry.com
Title: Families of Early Milford
Author: Susan Woodruff Abbott; Edited and Prepared for Publication by Jacquelyn L. Ricker
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1979
Abbrev: Families of Early Milford
Page: p. 51, 203, 582, 806
5. Repository:
Name: Newtown Library-Genealogy Dept
Newtown, CT
Title: Families of Ancient New Haven
Author: Jacobus, Daniel Lines
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD 1974 (1931)
Abbrev: Families of Ancient New Haven
Page: vol. VI p. 1451
6. Repository:
Name: Ancestry.com
Title: History of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut: comprising the present towns of
Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington
Author: Adams, Sherman W.
Publication: Grafton Press, New York, 1904
Abbrev: History of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut: comprising the present towns of
Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington
Page: vol. 2 p. 532
7. Repository:
Name: Ancestry.com
Title: Families of Early Milford
Author: Susan Woodruff Abbott; Edited and Prepared for Publication by Jacquelyn L. Ricker
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1979
Abbrev: Families of Early Milford
Page: 243
Text: [p. 223] 16 Mar 1675/76; [p. 582] 17 Dec 1655

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Sylvester BALDWIN
"1638 on the ship "Martin" enroute to America"
born - England -around  1600
died - "on the ship "Martin" enroute to America"  21 JUN 1638
married -
Sarah BRYAN
born  - England - Aylesbury 25 AUG 1602
died - Connecticut - Milford  20 NOV 1669
Children
1. Sarah BALDWIN  22 APR 1621
2. Richard BALDWIN  25 AUG 1622
3. Mary BALDWIN  28 FEB 1623-24
4. Mary BALDWIN  19 FEB 1625-26
5. Martha BALDWIN  20 APR 1628
6. Samuel BALDWIN  1 JUL 1633
7. Elizabeth BALDWIN  28 JAN 1633-34
8. John BALDWIN  28 OCT 1634
9 .Ruth BALDWIN  1630

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Sylvester BALDWIN
born - England - Aston Clinton, Buckinghamsire 1565
died - England - Chalesbury - 16 FEB 1632-1633
married - England - Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire - 28 SEP 1590
Jane WELLS
born - England -  1571
died - England -
Children
1. Sylvester BALDWIN  12 FEB 1625-1626

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Sylvester BALDWIN
born - England - Aston Clinton, Buckinghamsire 1565
died - England - Chalesbury - 16 FEB 1632-1633
married - England - Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire - 28 SEP 1590
Jane WELLS
born - England -  1571
died - England -
Children
1. Sylvester BALDWIN  12 FEB 1625-1626

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Henry BALDWIN
born - England - Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire  1529 - Dundridge Manor
died - England - Dundridge, Aston Clinton - 1 JUN 1602
married -
Alice KINGE
born - "14 DEC 1626 Will proved"
died -
Children
1. Sylvester BALDWIN

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Richard BALDWIN
Yoaman
born - England - Dundridge, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire 1500
died - England - Dundridge Manor, Church Yard - Aston Clinton,
Buckinghamshire bef 21 FEB 1552-53
"Will proved 21 FEB 1552/53 Court of the Archdeaconry, Bucks, England"
married - 1527
Ellen APUKE
born - England - Dourich, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire 1507
died - England - Dundridge Manor, Church Yard - Aston Clinton,
Buckinghamshire 24 NOV 1565
Children
1. Henry BALDWIN  1529
2. John BALDWIN 1530
3. Alice BALDWIN 1532
4. Agnes BALDWIN 1533
5.Cicely BALDWIN 1535
6. Lettice BALDWIN 1536
7. Richard BALDWIN  1540

Sources:
1. Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGR
Author: New England Historical and Genealogical Society
Publication: Boston, Mass., NEHGS
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 1959, Vol. 113, pg. 247
2. Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGR
Author: New England Historical and Genealogical Society
Publication: Boston, Mass., NEHGS
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 1884, Vol. 38, pg. 162
3. Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGR
Author: New England Historical and Genealogical Society
Publication: Boston, Mass., NEHGS
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 1959, Vol. 113, pg. 248

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Robert BALDWIN
born - England - Dundridge, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire 1468
died - England - Dundridge, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire bef 16 APR 1536
married -
Agenes DOLTE
born -
died -
Children
1. Richard BALDWIN England - Dundridge, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire
1468
2. John BALDWIN  1490 England -  Wendover - Hayle
3. Thomas BALDWIN  England -  Wendover - Bucks, England

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John BALDWYN
born -  England -  Chesham  bef 1482
died - bef 1524
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1. Robert BALDWIN  1468

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John BALDWYN
born -  England - Chesham around 1409
died -
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1.  John BALDWYN

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John BALDWYN
born -  England - Chesham bef 1409
died - bef 1442
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1. John BALDWYN

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Richard BALDEWYNE
"BET 1379 AND 1384 Constable, parish of Chesham"
born -  England - Chesham bef 1379
died -
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1. John BALDEWYNE bef 1409

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Richard BALDEWYNE
born -  England - Chesham bef 1357
died -
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1. Richard BALDEWYNE

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William BALDEWYNE
born -  England - Chesham around  1330
died -
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1. Richard BALDEWYNE

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William BALDEWYNE
born -  England - Chesham bef 1301
died -
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1. Thomas BALDEWYNE
2.William BALDEWYNE

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John BALDEWYNE
born -  England - Chesham
died - bef
married -
Unknown
born -
died -
Children
1. William BALDEWYNE

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St Michael and All Angels Church, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England
File:St micaels north porch1.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
13:56, 20 June 2007  Conroy1
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Sylvester BALDWIN
Sarah BRYAN
"! (1) "The Ancestors and Descendants of Havilah & Dorcas Hale Bunnell," comp. by Adele
Andrews, p.54. FHL #872,857, item 9. Cites: (a) Baldwin
Genealogy, by C.C. Baldwin.
(2) "Genealogies of Connecticut Families From the New England Historical and
Genealogical Register" (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1983; rpt. Broderbund
Software, 1997, CD 179) "John Baldwin of Stonington, and Some Other John Baldwins of
the Early Connecticut Times," by John D. Baldwin. Vol. 1, p.77.

! Birth: (1a) s/o Sylvester BALDWIN/Jane WELLS of co. Bucks, England.
Marriage to Sarah __: (1) Possibly Sarah BRYANT. England.
Death: (1) Jun or Jul 1638 on the ship "Martin."

(1) 1638: Brought his family to New England on the ship "Martin."

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Sylvester BALDWIN
Sarah BRYAN
"From the Hickok Genealogy:
"Sylvester Baldwin, born about 1600 at Aston-Clinton; lived at Saint Leonards
near Dundridge, where he owned the chapel Farm; Executor of will of Uncle
Richard Baldwin, who dsp 1636, leaving the manor to Henry, son of Sylvester
Baldwin and brother of the executor; soon after this he sailed to America; in July
1638 with his wife, Sarah and six children he sailed in the ship Martin with the
New Haven Co. Sylvester died in midocean, 31 Jun 1638; on the main ocean
bound for New England, his nuncupative will was made 21 June 1636, proved
13 July 1636 before Dept. Governor Dudley, when the ship arrived in Boston.
Sarah, his wife and her son, Richard were appointed executors of her
husband's will by the Court of Assistance. There was a large estate and the
widow and children decided to remain in America and settle as they had
intended at New haven, where in 1643, Mrs. Baldwin was rated as one of the
wealthiest proprietors."
Sylvester and Sarah, probably with all their children except Richard, took
passage on the ship Martin for New England in 1638. He died abord ship 21
Jun 1638, but not before he made out a will which was proved 13 Jul 1638
before Deputy Gov. Dudley in Massachusetts"

Sources:

1. Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGR
Author: New England Historical and Genealogical Society
Publication: Boston, Mass., NEHGS
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 1884, Vol. 38, pg. 290
2. Title: Baldwin Genealogy from 1500 to 1881
Author: Charles C. Baldwin
Publication: Cleveland, Ohio: The Leader Printing Company, 1881
Repository:
Note: Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150
Media: Book
Page: pp. 36, 41-44
3. Title: Plantagenet Ancestry, Richardson
Author: Richardson, Douglas
Publication: Baltimore, Md., Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. 2004
Page: pg. 37

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"After Sylvester Baldwin died, Sarah went to New Haven with five in her family
and married 1640, Capt. John Astwood of Milford when her property was valued
at £800, beside several parcels of land. Sarah gave 1 Oct. 1666 the cottage
Sylvester Baldwin inherited to Edward Baldwin of Guilford, Co. Surrey, call. him
"kinsman." In her will of 9, proved 20 Nov 1669, she provides for son John, and
John his son, for Sylvanus, son of her son Richard, deceased and three of her
daughters (one probabaly having died) of which two were married, Sarah, first
wife of Benjamin Fenn, and Mary, widow of Robert Plum, beside six
granddaughters"

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Sylvester BALDWIN
Jane WELLS
"J.L. Chester 1888, New England Genealogical Society Register vol. 38,
pp. 160-170. Mentioned 1565/6 in will of grandmother Ellen (Apuke)
Baldwin and in his father's will of 2 January 1599/1600. Named in
will of mother Alice (King) Baldwin, 4 June 1622. Deceased by 18
February 1632/3 when brother Richard wrote his will.

P.H. Haselton 1989, The English Ancestry of Joseph and Sylvester
Baldwin, p. 9. A son Robert is also given.

P.H. Haselton 1989, The English Ancestry of Joseph and Sylvester
Baldwin, p. 27. 1587, Sylvester Baldwin tenant of the Chapel Farm of
St. Leonards (may be confused with cousin Sylvester (Sylvester
Baldwin (3) of these records) who was also a landholder in St.
Leonards at this time). 1600, trustee of the Chapel Trust (cousin
Sylvester had died by this time). 1592, acquired property in
Flitwick, Bedfordshire (some 25 miles from St. Leonards), with
document of conveyance identifying him as the son of Henry Baldwin of
Dundridge in Aston Clinton. 1596, son George buried in Cholesbury
(last date of record in Buckinghamshire). 1602, received £20 and
release from debt owed from his father's estate whereas his brothers
received property in Aston Clinton, Chesham, Wendover, and elsewhere -
- this a reflection of Sylvester's financial success. 1603 and 1605,
a Crown Commission attempted to obtain the Crown's half yard from
Sylvester Baldwin, stoped at one time "owing to plague in Baldwyn's
house." 1628, appears on tax records of Flitwick. Nine children.

C.L. Stott 1997, Sylvester and Jane (Wells) Baldwin, Parents of the
Immigrant Sylvester Baldwin, The Genealogist, vol. 11, pp. 111-115.
Probably born about 1564 in Aston Clinton. Burial record of
Silvester Bauldwin is 1 June 1632 at Flitwick.

Possibly buried Milton Ernest Parish, Bedfordshire, England, where
oldest son was living.

Date of burial given in parish records of Flitwick, Bedfordshire.

Some references given death 16 February 1632 in Cholesbury."

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Henry BALDWIN
Alice KINGE
"Henry Baldwin. Born 1529 in Buckingham, England. Buried 1 Jun 1602 in
Dunridge, Aston-Clinton, Bucks, England. Will dated 2 Jan 1599/1600 Proved 2
July 1602.He married Alice King, daughter of William King & Cecily Unknown,
1555 in Aston Clinton, Bucks, England. Born 1528. Buried 23 Nov 1626 in
Aston Clinton, Bucks, England. Will dated 4 June 1622 Proved 14 December
1626

J.L. Chester 1888, New England Genealogical Society Register vol. 38,
pp. 160-170. Named in father's will dated 16 January 1552/3. No age
mentioned. Named (Henry Baldwin of Dundridge) in will of cousin
Thomas Baldwin 11 October 1570. He became owner of Dundridge Manor
1577/8. Will in Aston Clinton Parish, Buckinghamshire, dated 2
January 1599/1600. Named in will are wife Alice; son John, to
receive 4 crofts (called Stybbings) in Wendover; son Robert, to
receive land in Flanden and Hempstead in Hertfordshire; daughter
Agnes; son Richard, named as executor of his father's will; son
Sylvester and his sons John and Henry; James Bonas (husband of
daughter Jane) and his son Henry Bonas; sister Lettice Foster; son-in-
law Richard Salter (his wife apparently deceased); and brothers John
Baldwin and George Adams of Little Harwood, these to act as overseers
of the estate. Will proven in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
London, 2 July 1602. Henry buried Aston Clinton 1 June 1602.

A.V. Woodman 1959, New England Genealogical Society Register 113, 245-
248. Purchased Dundridge Manor in 1578.

P.H. Haselton 1989, The English Ancestry of Joseph and Sylvester
Baldwin, p. 21. A yeoman and apparently successful. Presumably (if
older brother Richard had died as suggested) he inherited the
tenements and lands in Cholesbury. He accumulated lands in Wendover.
In 1595 he purchased properties in Hertfordshire, just across the
boundary some 6 miles from St. Leonards. 1577, he purchased the
lands, tenements, and hereditaments belonging to the manor of
Dundridge, from John Pakington. Son Richard may have purchased
properties at the same time, but it does not appear that son Richard
and father Henry held Dundridge jointly.

H.F. Seversmith 1939, Colonial Families of Long Island, New York, and
Connecticut, Being the Ancestry and kindred of Herbert Furman
Seversmith, vol. 1, pp. 229-230. With son Richard, he purchased the
Manor of Dundridge from Sir John Pakington on 14 April 1578."


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Richard BALDWIN
Ellen APUKE
"Richard Baldwin, described as of Don Rigge or Dunridge in the Parish of
Aston Clinton in County Bucks, yeoman, who made his will January 1552/3, in
the 6th of Edward IV. In the body of the will is spelled Bawldwyn and Baldwyn.
Following is an abstract of his Will:

To be buried in the churchyard of Aston Clinton. To daughter Alis 20 marks
when married; to daughter Agnes ce 12 when 19; to daughters Cicely and
Lettice each ce 10 when 19; to son John farm at Dungrove in Parish of
Chesham when 23, but if he die before that to son Henry; to son Richard, my
tenements in Chloesbury and lands belonging thereto when 23; to wife Ellen
and son Henry the rents of his said lands and houses towards bringing up of
Richard's children; to Hugh Gawldin, his brother's son, ce6-13-4. He gave
small bequests to his godchildren, servants, etc., to his son Henry ten silver
spoons and a maser (a bowl or goblet of wood). The rest of his personal estate
to his wife Ellen and son Henry equally, who are his executors. He makes the
overseers of his will his brothers, John Baldwin and John Apuke. The will was
proved in the court of the Archdeaconry of Bucks County, February 21, 1552/53,
by the executors named. The original will of his widow is among the records of
that acourt, but the date of probate is missing. The date is in the 8th year of
Queen Elizabeth, 1565/6. The month is torn off, but it is the 24th day. She may
have been the sister of John Apuke, named by her husband has his
brother-in-law. The name is now Pooke. In dividing her household goods
among her daughters, she speaks of shetes, pillow beres, a lattyne basin, a
chafying dish of Lattyne (a metal resembling brass), 2 posnets (pots or
skillets), on chafer (saucepan). Son Henry was overseer of her will.

In another extract from Richard Baldwin's will, he wills that son Henry shall
have the lease of my farm in his custody, without any lett or interruption of Ellyn,
my wiffe. I will that Ellyn, my wiffe, and Henry, my son, shall have the occupation
of my farm jointly together during her liffe, kepying her sellfe sole, and if it so
fortune that Ellyn, my wiffe, do marie than I will that she hall avoyd and depart
from occupaton of my said farm before the day of her said marriage and then to
have half the corn, cattle, and other household stuff. Richard and Ellen Baldwin
had 7 children.

from THE DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH TUTTLE by George F.
Tuttle (1883), Appendix, p. 629:

Richard BALDWIN of Donrigge, in parish of Aston Clinton, Co. Bucks, made will
1553; proved same year; wife Ellen, chil. Henry, John, Richard, Alice, Agnes,
Cicely, Lettice. Henry BALDWIN, execr. of his father's will, 1553, and was owner
of Dundridge in 1578; will proved at London, July, 1602, by Richard, s. and
execr.; wf. Alice. The five Baldwins, heads of families in Milford, 1640, were, it is
believed all from Bucks Co., Eng., and nearly related. Nathaniel and Timothy it
is certain were brothers, and so of John and Sylvester. Children of Richard
Baldwin of Donrigge: 1, Sylvester. 2, Henry. 3, John. 3, Robert (yes, that's the
way he has it - twins maybe?). (or typo as) 5, Jane, m. James Bonus. 6, Mary,
m. Richard Salter. 7, Agnes, bap. July 15, 1579, m. Henry Stockwell.

Second Opinion

Richard BALDWIN b. abt. 1503 of Aston Clinton, co. Bucks, England m. abt.
1526 Ellen APUKE. His father is NOT the Sir John BALDWIN that many books
mention. "Sir John BALDWIN had no male heirs. His properties were acquired
prior to 1506 and were settled upon his wife Ann, who survived him and held it
in dower. It was inherited by Thomas PAKINGTON, son of his daughter Agnes
and Robert PAKINGTON. Agnes became a widow and her 17 yr. old son rented
the Dundridge Manor to a Richard BALDWIN who was probably a rich relative.

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Robert BALDWIN
Agenes DOLTE
"The ancestors of this Robert Baldwyn, as I have listed them here in my
database, are not proven yet to be father and son but rather generational from
the same area in Chesham. Records so far don't clearly define family linage
beyond this point.

The following apeared in the N.E.H.G.S. Register 1956, Vol. 110, pg. 310,
posted by G. Andrews Moriarty

"Baldwin of Bucks and Connecticut:"

In the Register for 1874 (vol. 38, pp. 160, 289, 372), the late Col. Joseph
Lemuel Chester published an excelent paper upon the ancestry of Sylvester
Baldwin of Aston Clinton, who emigrated to New England, but died on the
voyage, but who's widow and childen settled in Connecticut.

Col. Chester commences his pedigree with two brothers Richard of Dundridge
in Aston Clinton, the testator of 1553, from whom the Connecticut family
descended; and John of Hayle in Wendover, the testator of 1565. At the time
Colonel Chester wrote, the Chesham Manor Court Rolls, in which parish
Richard held a farm called Dongrove, were not available, but they have recently
become so.

My friend, the distinguished Bucks. antiquary, A. Vere Woodman, Esq., F.S.A., of
Wing, himself a descendent of the Baldwins, has sent me an extract from the
Chesham Court Rolls, which carries the descent back another generation. He
writes that the Baldwins had lived for centuries in the Chesham hamlet of
Bellington and that the family can probibly be traced with certianty to the
thirteenth century.

Records show that at a Court in Chesham Bury 16 April, 28 Henry VIII (1537),
Robert Baldwyn had died since the last court. He held freely lands and
tenements at Bellenden called Pygotts and Belchers by fealty, suit of courd and
5d rent. The same held freelt lands and tenements at Dungrove in Botley
(hamlet in Chesham) by rent of 4d. The said Robert in his life time gave by
deed, shown in court, the said lands and tenements to his younger son
Richard and the said Richard, present in court, acknowledged that he held the
said lands by sevices aforesaid and did fealty. At another court held 16 April, 29
Henry VIII (1538), John Baldwin is named as son and heir of Robert.

In the Subsidy of 1525, Robert Baldwin was taxed at Aston Clinton £2 in lands
and £16 in goods. A note describes him as "decaid" , and his son Richard (?)
paid £8 by corn and mortgage. In the same Subsidy Richard was taxed £2 in
wages.

The following apeared in the N.E.H.G.S. Register 1959 Vol. 113, pg. 245,
written by A. Vere Woodman, F.S.A., of Wing, Bucks

"The Baldwins of Dundridge and Chesham in Co Bucks."

The Rigister for April 1884 gives an account, compiled by the late Col. Joseph
L. Chester, of the descendents of Richard Baldwin of Dundridge in the hamlet
of St. Leonard's in the parish of Aston Clinton, co Bucks. Since the publication
of this article early court rolls of the manor of Chesham have come to light, and,
although they are very defective, it is now possible to show that Richard
Baldwin's ancestors had been settled in that parish for many generations prior
to the year 1500.

Nothing has been found which suggests that these Baldwins were related to
the well-known Sir John Baldwin, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, who
died in 1545, and who was himself the descendent of fifteenth century
Aylesbury lawyers, and the connection, if any existed, between the two families
must have been remote.

As the evidence is almost entirely circumstantial, consisting mainly of the
continuous recurrence of the name in the records, the succesive generations
have been numbered without assuming that they are, in every instance, father
and son; it is, however, certian that they are either the direct of collateral
ancestors of Richard Baldwin of Dundridge"

Sources:

1. Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGR
Author: New England Historical and Genealogical Society
Publication: Boston, Mass., NEHGS
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: vol. 110, pg. 310
2. Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, NEHGR
Author: New England Historical and Genealogical Society
Publication: Boston, Mass., NEHGS
Repository:
Media: Book
Page: 1959, Vol. 113, pg. 245

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Richard BALDEWYNE
Unknown
" In 1379 Richard Baldewyne was chosen constable in the stead of John Smyth
and he held that office at least as late as 1384.

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William BALDEWYNE
Unknown
"In 1330 Thomas and William Baldewyne were, with many other dwellers within
the liberty, fined 1d each for not being present at the court in their tithing.

In 1335 William Baldewyne, a free tenant, was fined 3d for default of suit of
court and he was again amerced for the same offence in 1337.

In 1341 Thomas Baldewyne was find 3d for default."

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William BALDEWYNE
Unknown
"from N.E.H.G.S. Register Vol. 113, pg. 245
By an agreement made 29 Oct. 1301 between Matthew, abbot of Missenden,
and William, the son of John Baldewyne of Chesham, the abbot granted to the
said William and his heirs lawfully begotten, all the lands and tenements which
the said abbot had recoverred of the said William in the court of the King's
Bench, to hold by rent of 3s per annum.
In 1314 William Baldewyn was find 6d for a trespass in the lord's corn."

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John BALDEWYNE
Unknown
"from N.E.H.G.S. Register, Vol. 113, pg. 245
A Chesham charter, dating form the middle of the thirteenth century, mentions
John Baldewyne as an adjoining land holder"

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St Leonards, Buckinghamshire - From the 15th to 17th Centuries

"
The Muster Role for 1522 tells us that at that time St Leonards was a hamlet of
some 30-40 residents. The lands were shared between Missenden Abbey,
which owned the then self-contained manor at Dundridge and the Earls of
Salisbury who held the lands until Henry VIII's time who seized them from the
Abbey and had Margaret Pole, 8th Countess of Salisbury beheaded. In 1545,
Henry subsequently granted Dundridge to Sir John Baldwin who was Chief
Justice of the Common Pleas.
Two smaller estates called Brownes and Bruns,
still identifiable today, were taken by one John Ginger. Successive generations
of Baldwins thrived at Dundridge. In 1638
Sylvester Baldwin his wife and
children, set sail for New England on the ship Martin.
Though Sylvester did not
survive the journey the Baldwin family successfully settled in the newly
established New Haven Colony on land adjacent to the present day
Milford,
Connecticut f
rom where it spread out across the continent. Meanwhile the
fortunes of the St Leonard's Baldwin's waned and little more than 100 years
later the lands were sold in lots as was Dundridge Manor which is recorded as
having fallen into disrepair.
Despite the Dissolution of the Monasteries the church continued in use as a
chapel-of-ease until after 1586 when an inquisition was held in the name of
Queen
Elizabeth into why the chapel and lands had not reverted to the crown.
However following successful pleas from Silvester and Henry Baldwin, it was
permitted that services could be held there once again, for the benefit of local
woodsmen, because Aston Clinton church was a good hour's walk away
, and
the long journey stopped them from getting on with their work. By 1640 the
church had fallen into disrepair and at the end of the English Civil War
remaining were only bare walls of timber-framed construction which mainly
dates to the 15th century although some evidence of the earlier chapel also
remains to this day. The building was largely rebuilt in Royalist style around
1700.

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Saturday, March 13, 2010