|Birth: ||May 22, 1760|
|Death: ||Oct. 4, 1832|
Isaac married Amy "Emma" Coffeen, 13 Jun 1782, in Cavendish, VT. They had 11 children.
Isaac came to Cavendish with his father and was a Revolutionary Soldier. He served first from Woburn, Mass. in 1777 when he joined Capt. Danforth's Company. He moved to Cavendish and served for Vermont in Capt. Coffeen's Company in 1781 and was at West Point when Benedict Arnold defected. He also was present when the City of New York was evacuated by the British. He built his home in 1818.
Isaac was a lifetime resident of Cavendish - a farmer, neighbor and friend. Always a kind word for his neighbors, he and Amy would minister to the sick and destitute without monetary reward.
Isaac was a cabinet-maker and carpenter. He helped his son-in-law Joe Parker and his daughter Amy Baldwin build their home and fitted the kitchen with proper cabinets.
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)
Thomas Baldwin (1732 - 1795)
Amy Coffeen Baldwin (1764 - 1832)
Emma Baldwin Kendrick Parker (1787 - 1876)*
Pollard Baldwin (1799 - 1858)*
Elmina Baldwin Putnam (1806 - 1860)*
died Oct 4,
1832. AE 72,
Maintained by: KBStewart-Family
Originally Created by: KBStewart
Record added: Feb 05, 2013
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