Aylesbury Vale District
|Death: ||Jun. 1, 1632|
The son of HENRY & ALICE (KING) BALDWIN, he married JANE WELLES/WILLIS on Sept. 28, 1590 in Cholesbury, Bucks, Eng.
He was mentioned in the will of his grandmother (ELLEN APUKE) BALDWIN in 1565/6, in his father's will of Jan. 2, 1599/1600, and in his mother's will (ALICE KING BALDWIN) June 4, 1622.
The Church of St. Leanard founded circa 1278, which is about 3 3/4 miles southeast by south of the parish church of Aston Clinton was in 1586 in the tenure of Silvester Baldwin who held other lands in the same parish which Queen Elizabeth had granted to Sir Edward Stanley, Knight and his heirs.
He acquired property in 1592 in Flitwick, Bedfordshire, Eng. about 25 miles from St. Leonards. The document of conveyance identifies Sylvester as the son of Henry Baldwin of Dundridge. In 1603/1605 the Sylvester Baldwyn's house was infected with a plague.
In 1628, his name appears on tax records in Flitwick.
The Genealogist, Vol 11, p. 111-115: Burial record of Silvester Bauldwin is 1 June 1632 at Flitwick [Bedfordshire, England]. From Revd Canon Michael Bradley: "People will have been buried here [ancient burial ground in Flitwick] for centuries, including 1632 but churchyard burial plots will have been re-used and any wooden or stone memorials will have long perished."
Henry Baldwin (1530 - 1602)
Alice King Baldwin (1533 - 1626)
Jane Wells Baldwin (1569 - 1669)*
Richard Baldwin (1594 - ____)*
Sylvester Baldwin (1600 - 1638)*
Sylvester Baldwin (1560 - 1632)
Robert Baldwin (1561 - 1605)*
Flitwick Church Burial Ground
Central Bedfordshire Unitary Authority
Plot: NO TOMBSTONE REMAINS
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Nov 27, 2010
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