1. William1 Baldwin married Jane Aylesbury.
Children of William1 Baldwin and Jane Aylesbury were:
2. John2 Baldwin (William1) married Alice Dormer, daughter of William Dormer and Jane Lancelyn. He was born on 11 Aug 1470 at Aylesbury, Surrey, England. He died on 24 Oct 1545 at age 75.
Children of John2 Baldwin and Alice Dormer were:
3. Richard3 Baldwin (John2, William1) married Ellen Pooke. He was born in 1503 at Aston Clinton, Bucks, England. He died in 1565.
Children of Richard3 Baldwin and Ellen Pooke were:
4. Henry4 Baldwin (Richard3, John2, William1) was born in 1529 at Aston Clinton, Bucks, England. He married Alice King in 1555 at Aston Clinton, Bucks, England. He died on 1 Jun 1602 at Aston Clinton, Bucks, England.
Children of Henry4 Baldwin and Alice King were:
5. Sylsvester5 Baldwin (Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) married Jane Wells. He was born circa 1560 at Cholesbury, Bucks, England. He died on 28 Sep 1590.
Children of Sylsvester5 Baldwin and Jane Wells were:
6. Richard6 Baldwin (Sylsvester5, Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) was born at Aylesbury, Surrey, England. He married Phillippa Corbman circa 1607. He died in Jun 1638.
Children of Richard6 Baldwin and Phillippa Corbman were:
7. Henry7 Baldwin (Richard6, Sylsvester5, Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) was born at Devonshire. He married Phebe Richardson, daughter of Ezekiel Richardson and Susannah (--?--), on 1 Nov 1649. He died on 14 Feb 1698.
Children of Henry7 Baldwin and Phebe Richardson were as follows:
8. Henry8 Baldwin (Henry7, Richard6, Sylsvester5, Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) was born on 5 Nov 1664. He married Abigail Fiske, daughter of David Fiske and Seaborn Wilson, on 4 May 1692. He died on 7 Jul 1739 at age 74.
Children of Henry8 Baldwin and Abigail Fiske were as follows:
9. Issac9 Baldwin (Henry8, Henry7, Richard6, Sylsvester5, Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) was born on 20 Feb 1701. He married Mary Flagg, daughter of Ebenezer Flagg and Elizabeth Carter, on 24 Mar 1726. He died on 8 Mar 1751 at Sudbury, Mass, at age 50.
Children of Issac9 Baldwin and Mary Flagg were:
10. Issac10 Baldwin (Issac9, Henry8, Henry7, Richard6, Sylsvester5, Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) was born on 12 Dec 1738 at Woburn, Mass. He married Eunice Jennison, daughter of Robert Jennison and Sibilla Brintall, on 31 Dec 1761. He died on 17 Jun 1775 at Hillsborough, NH, at age 36.
Children of Issac10 Baldwin and Eunice Jennison were:
11. Josiah11 Baldwin (Issac10, Issac9, Henry8, Henry7, Richard6, Sylsvester5, Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) married Jane McIntosh. He was born on 10 Sep 1773.
Children of Josiah11 Baldwin and Jane McIntosh were:
12. Abigail Elizabeth12 Baldwin (Josiah11, Issac10, Issac9, Henry8, Henry7, Richard6, Sylsvester5, Henry4, Richard3, John2, William1) was born on 22 Jun 1823. She married James Alexander Dupee, son of James Dupee and Ursula Plympton, on 9 Mar 1843. She died on 4 May 1859 at Boston, Mass, at age 35.
Children of Abigail Elizabeth12 Baldwin and James Alexander Dupee were:
Her family was very much against her marriage to William R. 'They did not believe that cousins should marry. I suspect that James Alexander did not approve of him as a person either. James Alexander was a genealogist and he was well aware of all the intermarriage that had occurred in the family.
Henry Baldwin was born in England. There are several theories about his origins. Phebe was baptized June 3, 1632/33 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. When Phebe was born, there were likely not more than 3,000 colonial settlers in the Americas. By the time we have the first record of Henry in Massachusetts, the number of colonial settlers in America likely did not exceed 30,000. We are truly descended from the earliest of American pioneers!
From: The Baldwin Genealogy From 1500 to 1881, Charles Candee Baldwin,
Cleveland, Ohio, 1881
Henry Baldwin, of Woburn, Massachusetts, and His Descendants, Pg. 616:
"Henry Baldwin, of Woburn, was a freeman there in 1652. Sewells History of Woburn says he was a subscriber in Charlestown to the town orders for Woburn, in 1640, and after that a distinguished citizen of the latter town. I doubt whether subscriber means he signed them. The copy in Woburn Records has such peculiarities of spelling as shows the whole was written by one man, probably Edward Johnson. The name appears there as Henry Bolden; but his own signature to his will is well written and spelled. Henry was then evidently young. On p. 385, of his valuable history, Sewell give the date of the town orders as 1641.
He lived at New Bridge, or North Woburn, where in each succeeding generation some of his descendants have lived and been large owners of land. He was Selectman in 1681, and a Deacon from 1686 to his death.