New Hampshire, USA
|Death: ||Apr. 12, 1832|
The first 5 years of Amy's life were spent in Rindge, MA. In 1769, the family moved to Cavendish, VT. The journey lasted about a week and covered some 50-60 miles in distance. Cavendish land records record his arrival as 29 June, 1769.
Being unable to proceed farther with his teams, Amy's father loaded one of his horses with provisions and the other with beds and clothing, and with his wife and eight children, proceeded on foot nearly ten miles into a trackless wilderness to an uninhabited township, soon to become the town of Cavendish, Vermont.
They constructed a temporary cabin of poles and bark, and in time improved upon it to make it a comfortable cabin. For about two years the Paines and Coffeens were the only families living in Cavendish.
Amy married Isaace Baldwin, 13 Jun 1782, in Cavendish, VT. They had 11 children.
Isaac and Amy were lifetime residents of Cavendish. Always a kind word for their neighbors, Isaac and Amy would minister to the sick and destitute without monetary reward.
Children (all born in Cavendish):
-Enos Baldwin (1783-1829)
-John Coffeen Baldwin (1785-1829)
-Emma "Amy" Baldwin (1787-1876)
-Abigail Baldwin (1789-1862)
-Susannah Baldwin (1791-aft.1819)
-Isaac Baldwin (1793-unk.)
-Thomas Baldwin (1797-1833)
-Pollard Baldwin (1799-1858)
-Goldsmith Baldwin (1804-aft.1850)
-Elmira Baldwin (1806-1860)
-Zilpha Baldwin (1807-aft.1825)
John Coffeen (1727 - 1802)
Susanna Goldsmith Coffeen (1732 - 1826)
Isaac Baldwin (1760 - 1832)*
Emma Baldwin Kendrick Parker (1787 - 1876)*
Pollard Baldwin (1799 - 1858)*
Elmina Baldwin Putnam (1806 - 1860)*
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