|Birth: ||Feb. 22, 1732|
|Death: ||Mar. 31, 1795|
Rev. War Soldier. His mother died when he was 8 and his father died when he was 13. When his father died he chose his uncle David for his guardian.
He bought a farm in the northerly part of Cavendish from Capt. John Coffeen for £320 in 1774, and located in the north section near Capt. Coffeen and the Crown Point Rd.
Tom first served from Billerica in Capt. Farmer's Company in 1775. He later served with Capt John Coffeen's Vt. Company as did his sons, Isaac & Able. The Coffeens and Baldwins were intimate neighbors and friends whose families remained connected and committed throughout life - even as individual members ventured westward where new towns were started under their pioneership, we find them settling in close proximity of each other.
At Cavendish, they shared a common family cemetery plot which was located opposite Capt. John Coffeen's farm. Together, they raised their families and endured all manner of hardship and joy in those early days in the Vermont wilderness.
He died at 63 and his wife Abigail (Pollard) remarried to Amerni "Ammie" Andrews and moved to Amherst, NH. Her burial is currently unknown.
Thomas Baldwin (1672-1747)
+Sarah Franch (1682-1761)
William Manning (1677-1764)
+Elizabeth French (1679-1736)
Father: Joseph Baldwin (1702-1747), burial unk.
Mother: Esther Manning (1703-1740), burial unk.
Wife: Abigail Pollard (1736-1844), burial unk.
-Isaac Baldwin (1760-1832)
-Abigail Baldwin (1761-1825)
-Abel Baldwin (1764-1813)
-Zilpah "Sally" Baldwin (1767-abt.1815)
Isaac Baldwin (1760 - 1832)*
Maintained by: KBStewart-Family
Originally Created by: KBStewart
Record added: Feb 05, 2013
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