Thursday, February 23, 2017

The BALDWIN family of Queen's County, Ireland.


BALDWIN OF IRELAND.

William BALDWIN, of East Orange in New Jersey, and a Member of the American Institute of New York, had his book, “Genealogy of Baldwins from Queen’s County, Ireland, and Their Descendants in America and Elsewhere,” published in the U.S. in 1918.
A copy of this book, lodged in the Library of the University of Wisconsin, has been digitalised by Google.

William recorded in his preface that “… the BALDWIN family tradition is that several persons of the name settled in Ireland during the Commonwealth, some making their homes in the County of Queen’s.”
He also noted that his warm personal friend, Rev S. L. BALDWIN, D.D., had given him “… some notes prepared by himself on the three volume edition of Hon. C. C. BALDWIN’s ‘Genealogy of the Baldwins in Great Britain and the United States’… prepared a few years ago prior to his death.”
However, the Hon C. C. BALDWIN, a Judge, was “… of old New Jersey stock” whose family had come over early and direct from the County of Buckingham in England, and so did not share William’s Irish descent.

William noted later [at page 64], the Irish BALDWIN family tradition that “… there were three brothers who entered Ireland with General CROMWELL.”
He also noted that one of these brothers, John BALDWIN of Summerhill, was a native of Lancashire (or so his source had believed), which appears to make any relationship between him and the Judge very unlikely, or at least very distant.
Indeed, as we shall see below, John BALDWIN of Summerhill was evidently born about 1645, so was unlikely to have gone to Ireland with CROMWELL unless it was with his father - but it is not uncommon in these sorts of pedigrees for generational inaccuracies to arise when looking back in time, and beyond recorded memory.

William also acknowledged a number of his sources:
1. Mr Thomas U. SADLIER, Registrar, Ulster King of Arms, Dublin Castle, who “… has given valuable aid in our researches.”
2. Mr Jacob BALDWIN of Doon, Queen’s County, who “… sent us a copy of a pedigree of the Summerhill family prepared by Frederick B. FALKINER.”
3. Miss HELEN FITZGERALD, of Mountmellick, for “… a copy of ‘The Geraldines’ in which the BALDWINs were named.”
4. Mrs Sarah Baldwin BELL, Mrs Isabella Baldwin CUNNINGHAM, Mrs Louise WILKINSON and Mr Henry Rose BALDWIN of Seattle, and others, for “… their valuable assistance.”

William cites Hon Judge BALDWIN as having recorded [his “Genealogy,” page 808], and he in turn citing Thomas Haslem BALDWIN as his source, “… that the said brothers located, one at Rakenduff, one at Summerhill, one at Doone, in Queen’s County.”
Whilst Rakenduff is likely to be in error for Raheenduff, it is clear that two of these are Queen’s County BALDWIN’s of almost certainly later generations.

The date of William BALDWIN’s publication has great significance, being just four years before the disastrous fires in the Four Courts Building in Dublin, which housed the holdings of the Public Record Office of Ireland.
The pedigree information he received from his Irish sources contained large amounts of information that can longer be verified from original documents, and which have thereby earned the status of de-facto Original Source Material.

And it is with these Queen’s County settlers that we begin our story. But before I do, I should declare my interests in the doings of this family.
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WHY A BALDWIN FAMILY ON A PIGOTT FAMILY BLOG-PAGE?

To the best of my knowledge, I am not descended from any members of the BALDWIN family. But there are several points of interest that have arisen in my PIGOTT family research.

Firstly, in 1725, Emanuel PIGOTT of Chetwynd, County CORK, purchased the Dysart estates from his second cousin, Robert PIGOTT of Dysart (the last of the senior line of proprietors of the estate, who died in 1730). And in June 1751, Emanuel leased these estates to Joseph BALDWIN, Gent, who appears to have already been residing there, and for a lease term of the lives of three of Joseph's sons (presumably the eldest three - John, Jonathan and Joseph BALDWIN Junior - see below).

Secondly, when Emanuel PIGOTT purchased the Dysart estates in 1725, he subsequently became Impropriator of the joint parishes of Dysart-Enos and Kilteale from 1730 until his death in 1763, and as such, was entitled to two-thirds of the tithes collected in the parishes. To seize unpaid tithes owed by recalcitrant Quakers, he employed local men - including Jonathan and Joseph BALDWIN, as Tithe-takers in 1731; J. BALDWIN in 1732; and Joseph BALDWIN, as Tithe-monger in 1733, 1734 and 1735, as Tithe-taker, in 1737, and again as Tithe-monger in 1742, 1745, 1749 and 1754.
George PIGOTT succeeded his father Emanuel as Impropriator in 1763; he employed George BALDWIN, as Tithe-taker, in 1764; and John BALDWIN, as Tithe-taker, in 1770.
Thomas PIGOTT succeeded his father George in about 1772; he employed John BALDWIN as Tithe-taker in 1778.
The other one-third of tithes collected went to the Rector - Rev John PIGOTTEmanuel's older brother, was the Rector of Dysart-Enos, and appears in these tithe records in 1731, 1733 and 1735; and Rev William PIGOTT (Rev John's son and Emanuel's nephew), likewise, from 1742 through to 1779.

Thirdly, there do appear, at first glance, to have been two PIGOTT = BALDWIN marriages that took place in the Queen's County:
1. Thomas PIGOTT of Dublin (born in Queen's County, probably about 1725, son of Thomas PIGOTT of Grange, etc, and his wife Mary WHEELER of Dublin), was married, probably in the 1750's or early 1760's, to Helen BALDWIN; as Helen PIGOTT, she was buried at St Luke's Parish Church (C. of I.), Dublin, on 1 June 1764.
In 1904, William Jackson PIGOTT, of Dundrum, County Down, mentioned:
"...Thomas PIGOTT, of Dublin, whose wife Helen BALDWIN, probably of Derry, Dysart or Summerhill, near Mountmellick, died intestate in 1764, administration granted to her husband. The BALDWIN family resided in the PIGOTT's old residence of Dysert, and, on the expiration of the lease of the home farm removed to Derry Farm, on the same estate, then held by Lord CAREW." [Notes and Queries, Tenth Series, Volume II, 27 August 1904, page 176].
This was part of his answer to earlier correspondence from a contributor styled 'Francesca'.
William Jackson PIGOTT was my great-grandfather's first cousin - and we claim a direct descent from a younger brother of the above-mentioned Robert PIGOTT of Dysart who died in 1730. Lord CAREW was Robert Shapland CAREW; his mother was Anne PIGOTT, a grand-daughter of Emanuel PIGOTT of Chetwynd and of Dysart (see below).
Otherwise, no other details are yet known of Helen's life, although it might be presumed that she was probably of a similar age to her husband, or perhaps a bit younger. There is no surviving evidence that she had children - but if she did, and one of them was a son named Edward (although the name no-where appears in the Dysart PIGOTT family before this time), then he would have been aged upwards of 26 years at the birth of William Dowdall PIGOTT (see below).
2. The other is evidently alluded to in a BALDWIN pedigree, probably now lodged in the Genealogical Office in Dublin, and if so, undoubtedly constructed by Sir William BETHAM, Chief Herald in Ireland in the 1830's, from his abstracts of genealogical details from Prerogative Court of Ireland Probate Grants with will copies - and consequently mentioned by William BALDWIN ["Genealogy...,"1918, page 72] in his pedigree of John BALDWIN of Dysart and Elizabeth CAMBIE, who had, inter alia, "...a daughter, wife of Mr PIGOTT" - this marriage probably took place around the 1780's or early 1790's, providing that the note has been attributed to the correct generation. And if it is correct, they may have been the parents of the next.

And fourthly, the above-mentioned William Dowdall PIGOTT was born at Dysart in the Queen's County on 29 September 1790 [so recorded on his gravestone]. He served as a Clerk in the Ordnance Department of the Army, at home and abroad (Malta), retired on a pension in January 1844, emigrated to Canada, and died in February 1882 at Fitzroy Harbor, Carleton County, Ontario.
Before leaving for Malta in January 1833, and while residing in the neighbourhood of the town of Maryborough, on half-pay after an earlier stint with the Ordnance Department, he acted briefly as Trustee for the BALDWIN family of Summerhill, near Maryborough, concerning renewal debts on one of their lease-hold properties - so, having been born in the household of one BALDWIN family, he was sufficiently trusted by a collateral branch to handle aspects of their financial affairs.
William's parents have not yet been identified, which I find to be quite mystifying - but the fact that his middle name was Dowdall suggests to me that he was probably connected to the Capard branch of the PIGOTT family - one of them, Dowdall PIGOTT (ca 1719-1785), having recently occupied that estate, in the parish of Rosenallis, near Mountmellick, but leaving issue, only two illegitimate children named RIGNEY, whom he acknowledged in his will.
However, while William appears to have been reluctant to let his own family know who their grandparents were, he may have left some clues - he named his first son Edward PIGOTT (who died in Malta as an infant), and later a younger son Edward David Baldwin PIGOTT - and I am inclined to the view that the repetition of Edward, and the addition of David BALDWIN suggests that these names probably hold some significance. We might speculate, therefore, on the possibility that Edward may have been his father's name - and that his mother may have been related to the BALDWIN family. Although there may be another but perhaps remote possibility - might the total lack of details about his parentage suggest that he had been born out of wedlock; and might his mother have been the PIGOTT, and his father a BALDWIN?
But, it is of particular interest to note that:
1. In 1791, Edward PIGOTT, Esq, was residing at Dysart, when he subscribed to the publication in Dublin of "Galatea; a Pastoral Romance, imitated from Cervantes," by M. Clarins de FLORIAN.
2. In 1795, Edward PIGOTT witnessed the will of  Jonathan BALDWIN of Maryborough, as well as the Deeds Registry memorial associated with it.
3. During the 1790's, David BALDWIN resided at Dysart, perhaps under an earlier lease of  the PIGOTT family, or a later one of Lord CAREW.
There was an Edward PIGOTT, probably another, a son of  the Rev William PIGOTT (named in the Quaker records mentioned above), and who was also a Minister of the Church of Ireland: Edward is recorded as having been presented (by Rev Richard PIGOTT, D.D., of Cork) to the Rectory of Dysart, in the room of his father William, who resigned, in 1772 ["Biographical Succession List of the Clergy of Kildare Diocese," Rev J.B. LESLIE, 1904, pages 209-210]. But Edward's name does not appear in his father's place in the tithe records mentioned above, so perhaps he did not take up that appointment, or the Quaker recorders were in error. The fact that the Edward PIGOTT, residing at Dysart in 1791 was styled "Esq" suggests there were two - Rev Edward should probably have instead been styled "Clerk." And being Rector of the parish would in itself not have assured him of a residence on the Dysart estate, even if he had taken up the posting. Although the book title does suggest that the Esquire may also have been a man of Classical education.
Rev Dr Richard PIGOTT of Cork was the son of Emanuel, and father of Anne PIGOTT - she was the wife and mother of the Robert Shapland CAREW's, Senior and Junior, respectively, who succeeded to the proprietorship of Dysart.
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A SELECTION OF IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS.

In 1922, as mentioned above, several artillery bombardments, aimed at I.R.A. remnants, or ordnance, hiding or concealed in the Four Courts Buildings in Dublin, resulted in fires which destroyed considerable quantities of original documents lodged with the Public Record Office of Ireland, which was then housed there.
Luckily, some of these lost records had been transcribed before the originals were destroyed, and appear, from time to time, in other publications, either as full transcriptions, or as summaries. such as court reports, registered property deeds, or in privately published family histories.
A number of these, concerning the BALDWIN family of the Queen's County, have been found. They now have achieved the status of de-facto Primary Source Material. A number of them are recorded below.

EXHIBIT 1 - AN APPEAL IN CHANCERY COURT IN 1862.

"Before the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Justice of Appeal.
"[Reported by Edmund T. BEWLEY, Esq, Barrister-at-Law.]

"IN RE CLEGG'S ESTATE, Nov 18, 25, 1862."

[Summary]
"Jonathan BALDWIN by his will devised the lands of X, held under a lease of lives renewable forever, to Mary CLEGG for life, with remainder to John CLEGG; but 'if John CLEGG should happen to die before he attains the age of twenty-one years, or married,' then over. Held, that John CLEGG, on attaining the age of twenty-one years, was absolutely entitled; and that the gift over could only take effect if John CLEGG died under the age of twenty-one years, unmarried."
[Case details]
"Jonathan BALDWIN of Maryborough, in the Queen's County, was at the time of his death seized of lands in Castleflemin, Monomendragh or Shianderry, being part of Castleflemin, and the moiety of Leigaragh, situate in the Barony of Ossory, in the Queen's County, under a lease for three lives, renewable forever, bearing date the 25th of May 1742.
"By his will duly made and dated 23rd of December 1803, Jonathan bequeathed to his wife Frances BALDWIN the sum of 1s and 1d sterling, she already having a jointure of £60 a year settled on her on her marriage, and the will then continued in the following words:
'I give and bequeath unto my grand-daughter, Frances CLEGG, the sum of £300 sterling, to be paid by my executors hereinafter named, out of all my landed property, at the value of £100 per year, payable half-yearly, the first payment to be made six months after the death of wife, interest free; but in case my said grand-daughter shall happen to die before she reaches twenty-one years, or married, then my will and desire is that the said sum of £300 shall be paid to such other children of my daughter Mary CLEGG, wife of Benjamin CLEGG, share and share alike, at the rate of £100 per year, as aforesaid. I give and bequeath unto my said daughter, Mary CLEGG, wife of the above-mentioned Benjamin CLEGG, all my right, title, and interest of all my freehold, landed, and chattel property of what kind and nature soever, which I shall die seized and possessed of, to have, receive, and take the rents, issues, and profits thereof respectively, for and during her natural life; and after her decease, I will, devise, and bequeath unto my grandson, John CLEGG, son of my daughter Mary CLEGG, the interest in my said freehold, landed, and chattel property as aforesaid, to have, receive, and take the rents, issues, and profits thereof respectively, for and during of the respectively leases thereof; but in case my said grandson, John CLEGG, should happen to die before he attains the age of twenty-one years, or married, then my will is that my said freehold, landed, and chattel property aforesaid shall be divided, share and share alike, between my said daughter Mary CLEGG's children, in like manner as my said grandson, John CLEGG was to have the same in case he lived. And in case all my grandchildren by my said daughter Mary CLEGG, shall died before they attain the age of twenty-one years, or married, then my will is that my said freehold, landed, and chattel property as aforesaid shall go to and be divided, share and share alike, among the children now living of my brother, James BALDWIN, of Summerhill, and John BALDWIN deceased, for and during the continuance of the respective leases thereof as aforesaid, and to their heirs.' 
"This was followed by a bequest for the maintenance and education of the testator's grandson, John CLEGG, until he reached the age of twenty-one years.
"Jonathan BALDWIN died on the 1st Jan. 1805, leaving him surviving, Mary CLEGG, his only child, and four grandchildren, namely - John CLEGG (the eldest), Jonathan CLEGG, Robert CLEGG and Frances CLEGG.
"By a deed of mortgage, bearing date the 6th of November 1837, and made between Mary CLEGG and John CLEGG of the one part, and Richard EVANS of the other, Mary CLEGG and John CLEGG demised the lands before mentioned to Richard EVANS for 1,000 years as security for the repayment of a sum of £1,000 with interest thereon at £6 per cent. In or as of Hilary Term, 1842, Richard EVANS obtained a judgement in the Court of Queen's Bench against John CLEGG for the penal sum of £1,000 conditioned for the payment of £500.
"On 31st December 1854, Mary CLEGG died. John CLEGG attained the age of twenty-one years in the year 1822, but up to the time of the present suit, had not been married; and by an inquisition bearing date 2nd of August 1855, had been found a lunatic from the month of October 1851.
"The appellant, Isabella EVANS, widow of Richard EVANS before-mentioned, and his executrix, on 17 September 1861 presented a petition in the Landed Estates Court, praying that the lands comprised in the lease of 25 May 1742, or a competent part of them, might be sold for the purpose of discharging the incumbrances thereon; and by order of the said Court, dated 4 February 1862, it was ordered that these lands should be sold."

[Irish Jurist, Volume XV (Volume VIII, New Series), Dublin, 1863, page 21.]

EXHIBIT 2 - A CHANCERY COURT CASE IN 1835.

"1835: 
2 June 1835.
BALDWIN v. BRIDGES."
[My abstracted list of people mentioned and who were living in 1835:
1. Plaintiffs - Robert BALDWINEdward BALDWIN (his brother), John BALDWIN (probably their cousin), and E. A. ROBINSON. Their Solicitor was Mr FLETCHER; their trustees were Mr (Lewis?) MOSSE and Mr W. D. PIGOTT.
2. Defendant - Sir Brook William BRIDGES, 5th Baronet, of Goodnestone, Kent. His Agent in Ireland was Mr FREKE.
[Summary of case]
"The plaintiffs held under a lease for three lives with a covenant for perpetual renewal, two of the 'cestui que vies' (one of them was the father and the other the uncle of one of the plaintiffs) having died, the landlord, on 28 January 1832, served a notice on the plaintiffs calling upon them to pay the renewal fines and interest, and to furnish a renewal for execution. On 17 February a draft renewal was furnished to the landlord's agent, a blank having been left for the amount of the renewal fines, as the period of the 'cestui que vies' was not then ascertained; on the 28th of the same month it was returned by the agent with some alterations, who asserted that one of the lives had dropped in 1804, and the other in 1818 [this year appears to be a mis-print for '1814 or 1815' - see the Judge's summary below]. The plaintiffs, on 28 September, ascertained, by a search of the parish registry books, that one of the lives dropped in 1804 and the other in 1818; and on 20 October tendered the amount of the renewal fines, which the landlord refused."
[Decision]
"The plaintiffs, under the circumstances, were decreed entitled to a renewal upon payment of the costs of the suit, although it was proved that some time previous to the service of the notice on the 28th of January 1832, they had been required to take out the renewal."
[The detailed case]
"By indenture of lease of 2nd February 1731, made between Brook BRIDGES (ancestor of the defendant) and Jonathan BALDWIN, the said Brook BRIDGES demised the premises in question to Jonathan BALDWIN, his heirs and assigns, to hold for the life of Jonathan BALDWIN and two other lives therein mentioned, at the rent of £14, with a covenant for renewal on the payment of a fine of £7, and to surrender the said lease within six months of the death of any 'cestui que vies'; and that the like making and perfecting of the like lease, mutatis mutandis, after the like payment of £7 sterling, from time to time, so often as any of the like deceases should happen, and the like surrender should be made, should be continued or renewed from time to time forever.
"In 1770, Jonathan BALDWIN died, and his interest became vested in James BALDWIN, and in 1780, another of the 'cestui que vies' having died, and the inheritance have (sic) become vested in William BRIDGES, he by indenture of lease and release of 21st and 22nd December 1784, in consideration of the surrender of the said renewal of 1731, and of payment of the renewal fines, demised the premises to James BALDWIN, for the lives of him the said James BALDWINJonathan BALDWIN Junior, and Robert BALDWIN, with a covenant of perpetual renewal similar to that of the lease of 1731.
"In 1808, James BALDWIN, under a power contained in articles executed on his marriage, appointed the said premises to his two sons, the said Robert BALDWIN and Edward BALDWIN, two of the plaintiffs, as tenants in common; and they, in the same year, in consideration of £2,000, secured by two several bonds and judgements, conveyed their interest to one ROBINSON, who devised the same in trust for his son, E. A. ROBINSON (also one of the plaintiffs) and others of his family.
"In 1827, in consequence of disputes amongst the ROBINSON family, the premises were conveyed by all the parties interested to Mr MOSSE, upon certain trusts, and afterwards in the same year, they were conveyed by MOSSE and the said parties to W. D. PIGOTT, upon trust, out of the rents and profits, to pay off encumbrances, amongst which were the said two judgement debts of £1,000 each, due to the plaintiffs, Robert and Edward BALDWIN, and after the same should be discharged, upon trust to re-convey to E. A. ROBINSON. This trust afterwards became vested in the plaintiff John BALDWIN.
"Jonathan and James BALDWIN, two of the 'cestui que vies' having died, Mr FREKE, the agent for the defendant Sir B. W. BRIDGES, the head landlord, on 28 January 1832 served a notice on the said MOSSE and PIGOTT, calling on them to pay the renewal fines and interest, and to produce a renewal prepared for the execution. The plaintiffs' solicitor, on 17 February, sent to FREKE a draft renewal for his approval, a blank having been left for the amount of the renewal fines, as the periods at which the lives had dropped were not then ascertained; this draft was returned on 28 February, but the blank was not filled up.
"On 28 September, it was determined, after a search of the parish registry books, that Jonathan BALDWIN was buried in January 1805, and James BALDWIN in September 1818. One of them was father and the other the uncle of Robert BALDWIN, one of the plaintiffs, and both were buried in the churchyard of Maryborough, where some of the plaintiffs resided.
"A few days afterwards this information was transmitted to the plaintiffs' solicitor, who waited on FREKE on 20 October, and tendered the amounts of the fines and interest, which was refused. In consequence of this refusal, PIGOTT (the trustee) went to England, and there made the same tender to the defendant in person, who likewise declined to accept it. In January 1833, PIGOTT being about to leave the country, assigned his trust to the plaintiff John BALDWIN.
"On the part of the plaintiffs, Mr FLETCHER  their solicitor, was examined, who deposed that he had an interview with Mr FREKE on 13 February 1832, who then stated he was informed that one of the lives dropped in 1804, and the other in 1818 [sic - but from the judge's summary, this appears to be a mis-print for 1814 or 1815], and that he, FLETCHER, having replied that the information could not be correct, said he would make inquiries upon the subject, and requested FREKE, who said he would be going to the neighbourhood of the lands, to do the same, which he, FREKE, consented to do, and he then understood that the ascertainment of the fines should stand over until he and FREKE should be satisfied as to the exact period when the lives dropped, and that immediately afterwards he wrote to MOSSE and PIGOTT and to others who resided in the neighbourhood of the lands, to ascertain particularly when the lives dropped, but could get no precise information until the month of October, when PIGOTT came to town and informed him that MOSSE had a few days before ascertained, by a search of the registry of deaths in the parish of Maryborough that the said Jonathan BALDWIN was buried on 4th January 1805, and the said James BALDWIN on 5th September 1818.
"On the part of the defendant, Mr FREKE was examined, who deposed, that in the month of October 1830. and in the months of March and September 1831, he applied to MOSSE to take out a renewal of the lease; that he never entered into any agreement that the matter of the renewal should stand over until he and FLETCHER should be satisfied as to the periods when the lives dropped, but that on the 29th of February 1832, he had a conversation with FLETCHER on the occasion of the returning of the draft renewals, in which he stated that there could no difficulty in ascertaining the periods in which the lives dropped, as they were buried in the town of Maryborough, where some of their relations resided; that MOSSE and PIGOTT also resided in the neighbourhood of the same town, and that he, FREKE, could himself ascertain the periods of the deaths, as he had relatives in the same town; that on the 4th of September in the same year, PIGOTT applied to him, in the town of Maryborough, on the subject of the renewal, when he asked PIGOTT whether he had the renewal fines ready, to which PIGOTT declined giving a reply. It was also proved that Robert BALDWIN, one of the plaintiffs, and Elizabeth, the widow of Jonathan BALDWIN, one of the deceased 'cestui que vies,' resided in the town of Maryborough in January 1832, and continue to reside there since."
After final statements from the representatives of both parties, the Judge delivered his summary of the case, and his judgement, clarifying at least one of the details at issue:
"...Mr FREKE supposed that Jonathan BALDWIN's life had fallen in 1804, and James BALDWIN's in 1814 or 1815. In this respect, FREKE was inaccurate..."
Further, and concerning the conversation between FREKE and FLETCHER concerning the contested versions of the standing over of the renewal, the judge observed:
"...But in connexion with this conversation, we find that in September 1832, which FREKE swears was the first occasion of his visiting the Queen's County after this interview, Mr PIGOTT calls on him at Maryborough to make some application respecting the renewal; when FREKE asked him if he had calculated the renewal fines, and if he had the money ready? PIGOTT's answer is not stated; it is not stated that he gave a positive refusal, or remained silent; and the title to this estate turns on a conversation that is not fully before the court. FREKE only draws inferences and conclusions; he swears, that he conceived PIGOTT's object in his application to be delay; if so, and that he meant to rely on PIGOTT's laches, he ought to have stated this plainly to PIGOTT. After this, so soon as the month of October, it appears that PIGOTT had made the enquiries which FREKE had put on him making, and having ascertained the periods of the deaths of the 'cestui que vies,' he makes the proper tender. There certainly is not the diligence or activity which it might be wise for a party to use in the preservation of his rights; but there was no disposition on the part of the tenant to trick the landlord, or keep him out of his property. There is a difficulty exercising my judgement where all the facts are not fully before the court; and in such a case I am bound to lean against a forfeiture. In this case, I do not think there was wilful neglect.
"I shall therefore decree an account, if required, and a renewal, on payment of costs by the tenant, as the suit has been occasioned by his negligence."

["A Selection of Cases argued and determined in the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, during the time of Lord Chancellor Plunkett," by Bartholomew Clifford LLOYD and Francis GOOLE, Barristers at Law, Dublin, 1839, commencing at page 408.]

EXHIBIT 3 - A MARYBOROUGH ASSIZES CASE IN 1809.

"SINGULAR DISCOVERY OF A WILL, LOST 21 YEARS.

"A most extraordinary case was tried at the last Maryborough Assizes in Ireland. It was briefly this. Robert BALDWIN, in March 1782, made his will, in which he devised the lands now in question to the children of his youngest son; soon after which his faculties failed him, and he became altogether childish, and died in April 1784, above 80 years old. The defendant, and eldest son, immediately afterwards gave out that his father had destroyed the will; and no will being found, he entered into the lands in question; and so matters remained for 21 years, the whole family believing the father had died without a will.
"But, after 21 years, the delusion vanished, and the defendant's own children became the immediate instruments of justice to the children of his brother.
In the year 1802 the defendant's wife died, and he very soon after, at the age of 78, married a very young woman, which caused him anxiety to his sons, Robert BALDWIN and Edward BALDWIN, whose poignant expression of this feeling so exasperated their father, that he, on his resentment, executed his will to disinherit his eldest son Robert, and, in his fit of anger, showed it to his second son Edward, who instantly determined to get at it and destroy it, to preserve the property to his elder brother.
"With this view he broke open his father's desk, where he found, not his father's will, which he sought after, but the will of his grandfather, which was then altogether forgotten in the family. He read it, and found that the estate, of which his father would have disinherited his brother, lawfully belonged to his cousins, the children of his late uncle John. He immediately communicated the discovery to his brother, and he to their uncle Jonathan, in consequence of which, the will was, about the beginning of the year 1805, lodged in the Prerogative Court.
"When the defendant was apprised of the discovery of the will, he said it was very true, his father never did cancel the will; but he said he did it away by two deeds, by which he afterwards conveyed the property to him, and these deeds were both registered. It appears, indeed, that one such deed was registered since the discovery of the will; and both deeds appearing foully suspicious, a bill was filed in the Court of Exchequer, and on hearing of the cause in the last term, the cousins desired to have the opinion of  jury on these alleged deeds.
"After a trial of 8 hours, the jury found a verdict for the plaintiffs, with the full approbation of the judge. By this verdict, the plaintiffs (5 in number) are restored to an estate of £300 a year, of which, for 25 years, they have been denied by their uncle.
                                                              "Day Newspaper, 11 August 1809."
[KIRBY's Wonderful and Eccentric Museum; or, Magazine of Personable..., Volume 4, 1820, page 99.]

Readers of Charles DICKENS may already be familiar with this case - he cited this press report of it virtually verbatim in Chapter 6 of his "A Long Lane," first published in April 1865, the third of four "books" comprising his last published and completed novel, "Our Mutual Friend."

EXHIBIT 4 - A WILL DATED 1795 AND PROVED IN 1803.

BALDWIN, Jonathan, Maryborough, Queen's County, Gent. Will dated 21 October 1795, proved 5 May 1803.
"An annuity to my wife Jane BALDWIN, charged on my house in Maryborough wherein George PRINGLE now lives, and my freehold farm Rossnadough, after his decease. My estate real and personal to be divided by my executors between my daughters, Mrs Mary KNAGGS, Mrs Jane LAWLER, Harriet BALDWIN and Alicia BALDWIN, subject to the annuity to my wife.
"Executors Rev John BALDWIN, Castle Cuffe, and Rev Stephen FLETCHER, Maryborough.
"Witnessed by Edward PIGOTT, William PILSWORTH, and Robert BLAKE. Memorial witnessed by Edward PIGOTT and John Benjamin COOKE.
"Rev John BALDWIN (seal)."
[Memorial Number 368015, Volume 77, Page 556 Deeds Registry, Henrietta Street, Dublin.]

Curiously, in the MEREDITH family abstracts of the Maryborough Parish Register (for the period dating from 1799), there is no corresponding burial entry for Jonathan BALDWIN until 4 January 1805, clearly too late for a probate in 1803.

EXHIBIT 5 - A LEIGHLIN DIOCESAN WILL, DATED 1805.

Richard BALDWIN, of Doon, Queen's County, made his will on 23 August 1804:
"In the name of God, Amen, I, Richard BALDWIN, of Doon, in the Queen's County, Gent, considering the uncertainty of this life do make this my last will and testament in manner following. Inasmuch as I have assigned over a part of my interest in the lands of Doon aforesaid being for lives renewable forever unto my two sons, Richard and Matthew BALDWIN, I hereby establish and confirm same to them. That part of my said lands of Doon demised to my son James BALDWIN, I bewueath the same after expiration of the lease to my eldest son John BALDWIN, and to my son Thomas BALDWIN share and share alike, their heirs and assigns, during the remainder of the head lease of said premises, free of any rent or encumbrances. I bequeath unto my son Robert BALDWIN that part of said lands of Doon he now holds during the remainder of the head lease. I bequeath unto my daughter Mary BALDWIN £150 Stg to be paid by instalments from that part of Doon assigned over to my sons Richard and Matthew. I bequeath to my dearly beloved wife Sarah BALDWIN one half of all my stock of Cattle, furniture and debts due to me, the other half to my son MAtthew BALDWIN. I bequeath to my sons James and William BALDWIN the sums of one shilling each. I appoint my said wife Sarah BALDWIN, and my son Richard, Executors."
Proved 5 September 1805; witnessed by Wm FORSTER, Thos ROBERTS, R.D. ROBERTS, Richard FORSTER.

["Genealogy of Baldwins..." by William BALDWIN, New York, 1918, at page 28.]

EXHIBIT 6 - A DEED OF LEASE DATED 1751.

The Deeds Registry, in Henrietta Street, Dublin, commenced registering all property transactions in Ireland in 1708, and Registry clerks made copies of these deeds in large Memorial volumes as they were registered, in order to facilitate the indexing of them. These Memorial books are accessible to the researching public, although they are not for the faint-hearted, being sufficiently large and heavy to be referred to, less than affectionately, as "Tombstones" - with the top shelf volumes being a trial, and somewhat of an occupational health hazard, and not just for the elderly and the frail!
In Book Number 153, at page 509, is recorded Memorial Number 103507, as follows (with abbreviations filled in, some additional punctuation, and the dates simplified into numerics):

"PIGOTT to BALDWIN.
"A Memorial of an Indented Deed of Lease dated 15 June 1751.
"Whereby Emanuel PIGOTT of Chetwind in the County of the City of Cork, Esqr, did, for the considerations therein mentioned, demise and sell unto Joseph BALDWIN of Dysart in the Queen's County, Gent, all that and those the Towns and Lands of Dysart, Loughahoe and Coolnecarrig, and also the Rectorial and Impropriate Tythes of Dysart and the bog of Moneybawn and also the profits and tolls of and belonging to the two fairs held every year on said Lands of Dysart, together with all and singular the Appurtenances to said Lands belonging or appertaining, except as therein excepted.
"To hold to the said Joseph BALDWIN, his heirs and assigns, from thenceforth, during the natural lives of John BALDWIN, Jonathan BALDWIN and Joseph BALDWIN, sons of the said Joseph BALDWIN party thereunto, and for and during the natural life of the longest liver of them.
"Which Indenture is witnessed by William CARDEN of Lismore in the Queen's County, William HANDCOCK of Clonruskin, Esqr, and by Richard SWORDS of Maryborough in the said County, Gent; and this memorial is witnessed by the said William HANDCOCK and by Richard Sheffield CASSAN of Sheffield in the Queen's County.
"The signature and seal of Joseph BALDWIN.
"Signed and sealed in the presence of us, Wm HANDCOCK, Rich'd Sheffield CASSAN.
Sworn by Wm HANDCOCK.
"Sworn before me on 5 June, 1752, at or near a Quarter of an hour after 10 o'clock in the forenoon of the said day, James SAUNDERS, Deputy Registrar."

Loughahoe may have been Loughaboe.
William CARDEN of Lismore, Queen's County, was (by his marriage to Gertrude WARBURTON, whose mother was a PIGOTT) related to Emanuel PIGOTT of Chetwynd, County Cork (his third wife was Gertrude's sister Judith WARBURTON), and to George PIGOTT (Emanuel's son and heir by his first wife Lucy ROGERS) of County Cork (he was married to yet another sister, Jane WARBURTON); William had a daughter Priscilla CARDEN who, in 1763 (the year after Emanuel's death), married Thomas PIGOTT of Knapton in the Queen's County (George and Jane's son, and Emanuel's grandson). Just a little bit complicated, in the Protestant Irish tradition!
Richard Sheffield CASSAN was a grandson of Jonathan BALDWIN of Summerhill, near Maryborough.
And William HANDCOCK was probably the one who was married in December 1738 to Mary BALDWIN, Joseph's daughter.
 ___________________________________________________________________________

I. BALDWIN OF THE QUEEN’S COUNTY.

John BALDWIN, born about 1645, probably in Lancashire; said to have arrived in Ireland about the 1650's, and thought by some descendants to have accompanied CROMWELL, but his age suggests he was probably either with his father, or followed him over; he was already settled at Agha Harna (alias Summerhill), in the Queen’s County, in 1678 [all the foregoing from W.B.'s 1918 "Genealogy..." at page 67]; perhaps, as Jonas BALDWIN, of Maryborough, Gent, 1714, he was witness to a deed (Memorial Number 17297), being Articles of Agreement dated 23 March 1714 (registered on 29 November 1720), between Daniel BYRNE and Ed. DODGEWORTH - one of the witnesses to the Memorial (1720) was Jonathan BALDWIN (probably his son); John died in April 1715, aged 68 [W.B.’s “Genealogy…,” 1918, at page 72] - however, the Phillimore and Thrift Index to Leighlin Probates records the date as 1713; he was married, in 1676, to Rebecca FREND, daughter of Captain John FREND of Boskill, County Limerick (son of John FREND, who died in 1676, and his wife Jane -their youngest son, Benjamin FREND, of Boskell, married a daughter of Rev John PADFIELD, of Ballintemple, Prebendary of Dysart).
John and Rebecca had issue, including:
1. Jonathan BALDWIN, born before 1682, of Summerhill. See [A] below.
2. Joseph BALDWIN, born about 1690, of Dysart. See [E] below.
3. John BALDWIN, of Castlecuffe, Queen’s County. See [H] below.

BALDWIN OF SUMMERHILL, NEAR MARYBOROUGH.

[A] Jonathan BALDWIN, born before 1682; of Cool Kerry, and of Summer Hill (on the road from Maryborough to Stradbally, on the way to Kilminchy, near Maryborough), both in the Queen's County, Esq; Gent, when he was recorded as second party (the grantee) in a deed of lease, dated 28 November 1709 [Memorial number 960, Dublin Deeds Registry], concerning lands in Ballyteague, in the Queen’s County, and a tenement in Maryborough, for a term of three lives, the first being himself, and the other two being his wife Alice BALDWIN, and his brother Joseph BALDWIN then aged 19 years, the grantor being Henry WESTENRA of the City of Dublin, Esq; Jonathan, of Maryborough was witness to a deed dated 21 March 1717 [Memorial Number 10801], being the Marriage Settlements for Edward DODSWORTH, of Maryborough, and Judith PRITTIE - the other witness was Bartholomew SENIOR, also of Maryborough; Jonathan BALDWIN of Maryborough, Gent, was named in a Deed of Renewal, dated 28 March 1717, as one of the executors of Jeremiah BRIDGES, late of the City of Dublin, deceased, the other executors being his widow Mary BRIDGES (now wife of Thomas BAMBRICK of Dublin, Gent) and John DESPARD of Carrstown, Queen's County - the deed concerned renewal of leases on tenements in Dolphin's Barn which John KILTON of Dolphin's Barn held by a lease of the late Jeremiah BRIDGES dated 1710 [Memorial Number 17160, Deeds Registry]; by a deed dated 20 January 1719, William DESPARD conveyed certain estates in Queen’s County to Jonathan BALDWIN as sole trustee, for the purposes of raising money for paying DESPARD’s debts [PRONI - D/3000/27/1; FALKINER Genealogical Notes]; probably also named in a deed poll, dated May 1723, of Richard WHITE of Whiddy Island, County Cork, as Jonathan of Maryborough, Gent, and as an executor of the will of William DESPARD, Esq, deceased [Memorial Number 960, Dublin Deeds Registry] - one of the witnesses was Jeremiah BRIDGES of the City of Dublin, Gent.
Johnathan BALDWIN, of Maryborough, Queen's County, was grantee of a Deed of Lease, dated 1730, by which Brooke BRIDGES, of the Parish of St Andrew, Holborn, Msx, leased him the lands of Porlad (?), in the Barony of Maryborough, for the fixed term of 31 years, witnessed by Matthew CASSAN and Robert BALDWIN [Memorial Number 44372].
Jonathan BALDWIN was a signatory to a Bill before the Parliament in Dublin, 1731, for the construction of a new turnpike road from Naas to Maryborough - other signatories included Matthew CASSON, Emanuel PIGOTT and five other members of the extended PIGOTT family; and he was named as Tithe-taker, 1731, for collection unpaid tithes owed by Quakers, under the Impropriator Emanuel PIGOTT, and his Rector, Rev John PIGOTT.
Jonathan BALDWIN was grantee of a lease, dated 2 February 1731 [1835 Chancery Court case - the Deeds Registry Memorial not yet sighted], for an unspecified property in or near Maryborough, from Brook BRIDGES, of Wallington Manor, Surrey, for a term of three lives, the first life being his own, with two other lives not yet clearly established, but both inevitably close BALDWIN relations, and probably his brother Robert, and perhaps another brother, or a son or a nephew, who died in 1780 (these identities will be recorded in the appropriate property deed); Jonathan died in 1770 [1835 Chancery Court case - the W.B. "genealogy...", 1918, records only one BALDWIN death in 1770, but it was Thomas, and not Jonathan], when his interest in the 1731 leasehold property devolved onto his nephew James BALDWIN, son of Robert BALDWIN.
Jonathan’s will proved in the Prerogative Court of Ireland, 21 February 1748-49, of Summerhill, Gent.
Jonathan was married in 1703 to Alice DESPARD [PRONI - D/3000/27/1; FALKINER Genealogical Notes], “…a lady of Huguenot ancestry” [W.B., “Genealogy,” 1918], and a daughter of William DESPARD, M.P., and his wife Frances ROE, daughter of William ROE of Roe’s Green, County Tipperary, by his wife Jane Green (daughter of Samuel GREEN) - although another pedigree records her parents as William DESPARD and Frances GREEN, daughter of Samuel GREEN [“History of the Irish Parliament, 1692-1800,” edited by E.M. Johnson LIIK, 2007]; her will was proved at Leighlin Diocese in 1767, a widow.
Jonathan and Alice had issue:
1. Robert BALDWIN. See [B] below.
2. Henry BALDWIN. See [C] below.
3. Ann BALDWIN, probably born about 1700; died before 1742; she married, as his first wife, Matthew CASSAN (born 1693 - he married secondly in 1742, Christina WALSH of Jamaica, with further issue); with issue by Ann:
     a. Stephen CASSAN, born 1724-25.
     b. Richard Sheffield CASSAN, born 1729; witness to the 1751 Lease of Dysart granted by Emanuel PIGOTT to Joseph BALDWIN.
     c. Eliza CASSAN; married Rev George COOKE.
     d. Margaret CASSAN; married Aaron Crossly SEYMOUR.
4. Margaret BALDWIN; married James HILL.
5. Jane BALDWIN; married R. EVANS.
6. Ursula BALDWIN, born about 1720; of Summer Hill in the Queen's County; married William MASON; with issue including:
      a. Susannah MASON, born about 1754; died at Coolbanagher, in the Queen's County, 2 June 1820; she married Oliver Drought TIBEAUDO (1748-182); issue four sons and four daughters.
7. Elizabeth BALDWIN; married Mr SUTLIFFE (perhaps ? SUTCLIFFE).
8. Mary BALDWIN; unmarried.

[B] Robert BALDWIN, born in or before 1704; probably of Summer Hill, Queen's County; perhaps the third life for term in the 1731 leasehold granted to Jonathan BALDWIN; probably of Coolkerry, Gent, when he witnessed the will of Joseph CHAMBERLAIN of Knockfynn, Queen’s County, 16 September 1744; probably the Robert BALDWIN, of Coolkerry, 1760, under the political influence of "...Mr DAWSON chiefly" ["A Handlist of Voters for Maryborough," by F. KEARNEY]; County Magistrate, Queen's County, 1776 [from Hanaper and Records Office, Dublin - as listed in "History of the Queen's County, compiled chiefly from the papers of the late Rev John Canon O'HANLON," by Edward O'LEARY and Matthew LALOR, 1914, Volume 2, Appendix IV, at page 787]; his will, dated March 1782, in which he demised his estates to the children of his youngest son, was concealed by his eldest son for 21 years, so depriving his nieces and nephews of their lawful inheritance; it is said that Robert's faculties failed him, and he died in April 1784, above 80 years old [Daily Newspaper, 11 August 1809 - replicated in a substantial part by Charles DICKENS in his last published novel, "Our Mutual Friend" in April 1865, as Chapter 6 of the third book, "A Long Street"].
Robert was married in 1731 to Isabella CAMPBELL; with issue:
1. James BALDWIN - see [D] below;
2. John BALDWIN, born about 1734 [W.B., 1918] as second son, but indicated in a Maryborough Assizes hearing as the youngest son; favoured in the inheritance of the family estates in his father’s will; evidently dead before December 1804; he was married in 1771, to Margaret HANDCOCK; with issue five children living 1809, probably as adults (Plaintiffs in the case brought against their uncle in Maryborough Assizes in that year), including:
     a. John BALDWIN, born 1773; living 1809; possibly emigrated to New York.
     b. Isabella BALDWIN, born 1775; died 1871.
     c. Alice BALDWIN, born 1777; died in 1853.
     d. (?) Jonathan BALDWIN, probably born in or before 1790; served in the 17th Regiment of Foot; married with issue:
          i. Elizabeth Charlotte BALDWIN, probably born about 1812; married at Anaduff Church in April 1833, Francis NESBITT, Esq, of Faltap, County Leitrim, her father described in the marriage notice as “… Jonathan BALDWIN, late of the 7th Regiment, and grand-daughter of the late John BALDWIN, Esq, of Maryborough in the Queen’s County” [Dublin Observer, 6 April].
3. Jonathan BALDWIN, born in 1736, the third son [W.B., 1918]; he was possibly granted, by deed dated 25 May 1742, the lease, for a term of three lives renewable, the lands of Castleflemin, Monomendragh or Shianderry, being part of Castleflemin, and the moiety of Leigaragh, all in the barony of Upper Ossory, Queen's County (but at age 6 , this appears unlikely - unless he was one of the lives for term); Jonathan was the second of three lives for term of a Lease dated December 1784; died on 1 January 1805, and was buried at Maryborough Parish Churchyard on 4 January; his will dated 23 December 1804, of Maryborough, bequeathing his wife Frances BALDWIN the sum of 1s. 1d. sterling, she already having a jointure of £60 a year settled on her marriage, and leaving his property to his only daughter Mary, the wife of Benjamin CLEGG, as well as cash bequest of £300 to his youngest granddaughter Frances CLEGG at 21 or marriage, and in default to his other three CLEGG grandchildren, or in default to the children living of his brother James BALDWIN of Summerhill, and of his late brother John BALDWIN, deceased; he was married (M.L.B. Diocese of Dublin) on 18 November 1770, to Frances FITZGERALD; as Mrs Frances BALDWIN, she was buried at Maryborough, 30 October 1818; they had issue:
     a. Mary BALDWIN, probably born in or before 1780; living 1804; made a deed of mortgage dated 6 December 1837, with her son John, by which her late father’s lands were used as collateral for a loan of £1,000 at £6% from Richard EVANS; she died on 31 December 1854; she was married in 1797, to Benjamin CLEGG (Diocese of Ossory M.L.B.); with issue:
          i. John CLEGG, born about 1801; came of age in 1822; subject of a judgment in the Court of
Queen’s Bench, Hilary Term, 1842, for the penal sum of £1,000 conditioned for the payment of £500 to Richard EVANS; declared a lunatic, October 1851; unmarried in 1862, when the estates cited in the 1837 mortgage were ordered by the Landed Estates Court to be put up for sale, on the petition of Isabella EVANS, the relict and executrix of Richard EVANS.
          ii. Jonathan CLEGG.
          iii. Robert CLEGG; buried at Maryborough Parish Churchyard, 26 February 1806.
          iv. Frances CLEGG.

[C] Henry BALDWIN, born about 1715; he died on 30 October 1756, aged 41 years, and was buried in Maryborough Old Protestant Churchyard; his will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Ireland, 1756, of Mountmellick, Apothecary [the VICARS Index]; married by License, on 28 June 1738, Margaret HOMAN; with issue:
1. Jonathan BALDWIN; named as a child on his father's M.I., without dates.
2. Alice BALDWIN; ditto.
3. Henry BALDWIN; Captain, R.A.; married Anna SEGRAVE; issue:
     a. Henry John BALDWIN, born King's County, 26 May 1801; Q.C.; Judge of the Leinster Circuit and of Appeals; died 24 May 1854, aged 52; he married Mary Ann GREHAN; with issue five daughters:
                    i. Margaret BALDWIN; married GALWEY; lived in London
                    ii. Marie of Nan BALDWIN; unmarried when her father died; later a widow in Bristol.
                    iii. Elizabeth BALDWIN; married LAWLESS..
                    iv. Mary Anne BALDWIN; died 1907; married in 1873, John O'CONNELL, Civil Engineer, Railways in India.
                    v. Frances BALDWIN; married SHERLOCK.
4. Philip Homan BALDWIN, born 1745; Captain, H.E.I.C.; probate in 1811; married Eleanour O'BRIEN; with issue:
     a. Eyre Coote BALDWIN; J.P.; of Bell Park, County Tipperary, 1844; died at Portarlington, 14 July 1857; he married his cousin, Alicia BALDWIN of Castlecuffe; with issue:
                    i. John BALDWIN, born about 1823, only son; Ensign, 22nd Regiment, 1844; Lieutenant, 22nd Regiment; died in Peshawar, East Indies, on 2 January 1854 [The Evening Freeman, 29 March 1854], aged 30 years.
                    ii. Caroline BALDWIN; married Richard J. FALKINER, of Borrisokane, County Tipperary; with issue.
     b. Eleanor BALDWIN, born 1798; married Richard EYRE (son of John EYRE and Jane PUREFOY).
     c. Mary Ann BALDWIN; married FALKINER.
     d. Henry Philip BALDWIN, born 1803; married Frances CAREW, daughter of Robert CAREW of Woodenstown.
5. Anna BALDWIN; married in 1767 to G. GRAHAM or GREHAN.
6. Margaret BALDWIN; married M. LEESON.
7. Susan BALDWIN; married her cousin James BALDWIN of Summerhill. See [D] next.

[D] James BALDWIN, born 1732 [W.B., 1918 - but he records his marriage in error as 1735]; perhaps born earlier, about 1725?; of Summerhill, Queen’s County; acquired in 1770 his uncle Jonathan’s interest in the 1731 leasehold property; by indentures of lease and release dated 21 and 22 December 1784, James was grantee of the renewal of the 1731 lease, perfected by Brook BRIDGES, heir of William Brook BRIDGES, again for the term of three lives, the first being himself, the second Jonathan BALDWIN Junior (probably his brother), and the third Robert BALDWIN (perhaps his son); he was by-passed in the inheritance of other family property in his father’s will, but instead of accepting his lot, he concealed the will, and convinced his wider family that there had never been one; in 1808, James, under a power confirmed in articles executed on his marriage, appointed the premises (which were subject of the 1731 Lease and 1784 re-lease) to his sons, Robert and Edward BALDWIN (they were plaintiffs in a Court of Chancery case involving debts on the property, and heard in Dublin in 1835) as tenants in common; James was the defendant in a case brought before the Maryborough Assizes, 1809, concerning his father's will which went "missing" for 21 years; he was buried at Maryborough parish Churchyard on 5 September 1818, aged about 93 years.
James married firstly, his cousin Susannah BALDWIN (daughter of Henry BALDWIN and Margaret HOMAN - see [C] above); she was buried in Maryborough Parish Churchyard on 30 October 1802, as the “…wife of James BALDWIN, Esq, of Summerhill” [Maryborough Parish Register - abstracted on a MEREDITH family history web-site]; with issue:
1. Robert BALDWIN, probably born about 1776; he and his brother remonstrated with his father over his second marriage; joint plaintiff in a cause brought before the Marlborough Assizes, 1809, concerning his father’s concealing of Robert BALDWIN Senior’s 1784 will; he was the Robert BALDWIN, late Lieutenant, 71st Foot, a distinguished Officer in the Peninsular Campaign, who died at Maryborough in December 1835 [Saunders Newsletter, 17 December], and was buried at Maryborough churchyard, 13 December, aged 57, “… of the parish”; he married in 1817, Elizabeth HADLEY [W.B., 1918, page 69]; she died at Rockcorry in November 1867, aged 67 [Cork Examiner, 19 November].
2. Edward BALDWIN; when his father reacted to the said remonstration by making a will in which he disinherited his older son Robert, Edward broke open his father's desk to destroy the will, but instead found their grandfather's long lost will, and consequently informed his cousins of their deprivation, as well as their uncle John, presumably their cousin's father; joint plaintiff, with his brother Robert, at the Marlborough Assizes, 1809; probably E. BALDWIN, Esq, Lieutenant in the Leitrim Militia, son of James BALDWIN of Summer Hill, Queen’s County, who married in May 1808, Anne (O')LEARY, daughter of George LEARY, Esq, M.D. [Dublin Evening Post, 28 May]; issue:
          a. Henry P. H. BALDWIN, born 1818; died without male issue.
          b. Robert BALDWIN; died without issue.
          c. Mary Anne BALDWIN; married in 1833, George O'LEARY.
          d. Susan BALDWIN; married S. K. CASHILL.
          e. Caroline BALDWIN; married Henry EYRE.
James, "...soon after" the death of his first wife Susannah, and at the age of 78 (about 1803), was married secondly "...to a very young woman" named Elizabeth; this late-in-life marriage caused great anxiety among his sons, "…whose poignant expressions of this feeling so exasperated their father that he, in his resentment, executed his will to disinherit his eldest son Robert, and in his fit of anger, showed it to his second son Edward, who instantly determined to get at it and destroy it”; there was evidently no issue of this marriage; Elizabeth married secondly, aged 39, to Robert FITZGERALD of Dysart, with issue a son and a daughter.

Curiously, a James BALDWIN had issue by Elizabeth DOUGLAS:
1. Mary BALDWIN, baptised at Maryborough, 11 July 1803.
Another James BALDWIN (or perhaps the above with yet another marriage, unless his wife Elizabeth was using an alias) had issue by Elizabeth ROBERTS:
2. Frederick BALDWIN, baptised at Maryborough, 26 May 1805.
3. Amelia BALDWIN, baptised at Maryborough, 24 July 1806.
4. David BALDWIN, baptised at Maryborough, 25 July 1808.
5. William BALDWIN, baptised at Maryborough, 15 December 1809.

BALDWIN OF DYSART.

[E] Joseph BALDWIN, probably born about 1690; probably named in a deed of lease, dated 28 November 1709 [Memorial number 960, Dublin Deeds Registry], aged 19, as the third life for term of a lease of his elder brother Jonathan BALDWIN, who was also the first life (and whose wife Alice was the second life) - see [A] above; probably the Joseph BALDWIN of Anagharny, Queen's County, Clothier, when he was named in a Deed of Lease, dated 9 January 1722, together with John BALDWIN of Laragan, Queen's County (as the first party), concerning a house with land in the Town of Maryborough, to Thomas SCAIFE, of Maryborough (the second party), for a term of 31 years [Memorial Number 24878, Deeds Registry]; Joseph and John were again named in a further deed of lease, dated 6 July 1724, for another set of property in Maryborough, also to Thomas SCAIFE [Memorial Number 26767, Deeds Registry] ; Joseph was of Dysart, Queen’s County, when he was named in Articles of Agreement, dated 8 Dec 1738, being the Marriage Settlements for his daughter Mary and William HANCOCK of Dublin [Memorial Number 62581, Deeds Registry]; probably the Joseph BALDWIN, who acted as Tithe Taker and Tithe Monger in the parish of Dysart and Kilteale, 1731 to 1754, under the Impropriator Emanuel PIGOTT, and several Rectors of the same parishes, Rev John PIGOTT (1731-1735), Rev Henry WRIGHT (1737), and Rev William PIGOTT (1742-1754); probably lessee of the Towns and Lands of Dysart, by deed of lease for three lives, dated 15 June 1751 [Memorial Number 103507], granted by Emanuel PIGOTT of Chetwynd, County Cork, the three lives being three of his sons (and presumably the eldest three); his will proved Prerogative Court of Ireland, 1758, of Desart, Queen’s County, Gent [Index published by Arthur VICARS]; possibly buried in the BALDWIN family vault in Ballybegg Church, King’s County, April 1758 [Journal of the Association for the Preservation of Memorials of the Dead in Ireland, Volume VII, 1907-1910, page 391], under the east window, alongside Elizabeth BALDWIN (died August 1777, aged 84), Joseph Henry BALDWIN (died 10 June 1872, aged 30) and Rev John BALDWIN of Castlecuffe (died 26 July 1822, aged 69). See [Q] below.
Joseph was married in 1715, by License of the Prerogative Court of Ireland dated 25 January 1715, to Charity BAISLEY or BEASLEY; with issue, possibly born about the 1720’s:
1. John BALDWIN, born 1718; first life for the term of his father’s deed, 1751; his will proved in Dublin, 22 August 1797, aged 79 [W.B., 1918, of Dysart, Queen’s County, Gent [P.C.I. Index - VICARS]; he was married on 11 February 1760 to Elizabeth CAMBIE, daughter of Solomon CAMBIE of Castletown, County Tipperary [W.B., “Genealogy…” 1918, page 72]; issue:
     a. David BALDWIN, born 1761-64. See [G] below.
     b. John BALDWIN; died without issue.
     c. Solomon BALDWIN; married Miss FOSBURY, of Limerick.
     d. a daughter, who married Mr PIGOTT; possibly the parents of:
          i. William Dowdall PIGOTT, born at Dysart, 1790; Ordnance Department Clerk; emigrated to
Ontario; married Jane COLLEY, with issue.
     e. Mary BALDWIN, born about 1760 (sister of David BALDWIN); married, about 1792, Rev Richard STACK (born Cork, about 1750, son of Edward STACK and Sarah BALL); Deacon, Dublin, 1773; Priest, Cork, 1774; Curate of St Nicholas, Cork, 1725; Vicar of Kallaspugmullane, 1778; Vicar of Timoleague, 1778; D.D.; Fellow of Trinity College, 1779-91; Rector of Omagh and Killileagh, and later of Cappagh [“Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork Cloyne and Ross,” by William Maziere BRADY, Volume II, page 556]; he died in 1812; issue:
          i. John STACK; Rector of Dromard, Killala; died without issue; married Harriett L’ESTRANGE.
          ii. Richard STACK, born 1793; Barrister; died 1832; married Elizabeth FITZGERALD, daughter of Dr FITZGERALD, Provost of Trinity College; with issue.
          iii. William STACK, born about 1795; M.D.; died 1827; married Annabella INGRAM, daughter of Rev Mr INGRAM; with issue.
          iv. Elizabeth STACK, born about 1795; died 1869; married Richard John Theodore ORPEN, Esq, of Ardtully, Kenmare; with issue.
          v. Charles Maurice STACK, born about 1797; married his cousin, Margaret STACK, daughter of Rev Thomas STACK of Omagh.
          vi. Joseph STACK, born about 1799; a Junior Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin; took Holy Orders; died suddenly on 15 July 1838, at Rahineduff, “…the residence of his aunt, Mrs BALDWIN, and within 4 miles of Maryborough” [Freeman’s Journal, Monday 18 July].
          vii. Mary STACK; married Solomon Baldwin CAMBIE, Esq, of Killoran, County Tipperary.
          viii. Sarah STACK; died unmarried.
          ix. Anna STACK; died unmarried.
     f. Catherine BALDWIN; unmarried.
2. Jonathan BALDWIN, born 1720; second life for the term of his father’s deed, 1751; his will proved Prerogative Court of Ireland, 1797 [W.B. 1918]. Probably [F] below.
3. Beasley BALDWIN, born 1722; Lieutenant, 70th Regiment, 1771; married in 1768, Elizabeth CONSTABLE.
4. Mary BALDWIN, born 1724 (?); married on 8 December 1738, William HANCOCK, of the City of Dublin, Esq - the Marriage Settlements were dated 8 December, and other parties to it were Gustavus HANCOCK of Athlone, County Meath, Esq, and John BALDWIN of Laragan, Queen's County, (the third party), and William HANCOCK of Willbrook, County Westmeath, Esq and Thomas TENNISON of Clonroosk, Queen's County, (the fourth party) [Memorial Number 62581, Deeds Registry].
5. Charity BALDWIN; married Thomas WHITE of Ballybrophy.
?. Joseph BALDWIN (Junior); third life for the term of his father’s deed, 1751.

Helen BALDWIN, probably born about 1725, perhaps a daughter of Joseph Senior (above); “…probably of Derry or Dysart or Summerhill near Mountmellick, died intestate in 1764, administration granted to her husband” [W.J.P. in Notes and Queries, Tenth Series, Volume II, page 176, 27 August 1904]; Helen PIGOTT was buried at St Luke’s C. of I., Dublin, 1 June 1764; married about 1750, Thomas PIGOTT of Queen’s County (son of Thomas PIGOTT of Grange, etc, by Mary WHEELER).

John BALDWIN; probably the John BALDWIN, tithe-taker in the parishes of Dysart and Kilteale, 1763, 1770 and 1778, under successive Impropriators Emanuel PIGOTT (1763), George PIGOTT (1764 and 1770) and Thomas PIGOTT (1778), with the Rector Rev William PIGOTT; of Dysart; will proved 1797.

John BALDWIN; Captain, 9th Lancers; possibly of Park, Queen’s County, November 1832, when listed as a new member of the Protestant Conservative Society [Saunders Newsletter, 1 November]; died at Rahineduff, 17 January 1849 [Freeman’s Journal, 25 January].

[F] Jonathan BALDWIN (recorded in one public tree on ancestry.com as born in 1743, son of Joseph BALDWIN and his wife Elizabeth); of Maryborough, Queen's County; Gent; advertised the sale of the lands of Rossnadough, in the Queen's County, February 1786; will dated 21 October 1795, proved 5 May 1803, bequeathing an annuity to his wife Jane BALDWIN, charged on his house in Maryborough, wherein George PRINGLE then lived, and his freehold farm Rossnadough, and also naming his children as Mrs Mary KNAGGS, Mrs Jane LAWLER, Harriet BALDWIN and Alicia BALDWIN, and appointing Rev John BALDWIN of Castle Cuffe and Rev Stephen FLETCHER as executors, to which the witnesses were Edward PIGOTT, William PILSWORTH and Robert BLAKE [Memorial Number 368015, Volume 77, Page 556]; married in 1757, Jane MOLLOY [W.B., 1918] - (another tree on ancestry records her as Jane HOBBS, husband as John BALDWIN, born 1743, son of Joseph, with a marriage in 1769); issue, six children named in his will (order as in W.B., 1918):
1. Elizabeth BALDWIN; she married Rev John BALDWIN of Castlecuffe.
2. Alicia BALDWIN; named in her father’s will, unmarried; arrived in Hobart, 23 May 1834, on the barque Jessie, Captain TROW, from Liverpool, with husband and eight children; completed their voyage on the brig Siren, Captain MUNROE, arriving in Sydney, 12 February 1835 (the eight children recorded in the Unassisted Immigrants Passenger Lists being - Jane, Mary Anne, Cherry, John, Jonathan, Charles, Richard and Oliver); Alecia died at Piney Range, Billabong, near Holbrook, N.S.W., 15 November 1857, and was buried at Howlong Cemetery, aged 87 (parents not named in Registration); she was married at Castlecuffe, Queen’s County, on 3 March 1799, to Charles Moore EDGEHILL, of Ballyneen; Commissioner, Crown Lands, Picton, August 1841; purchased extensive acreage in the Riverina, 1846; he died on 11 or 20 January 1856, late of Mundawadra Station, Riverina, N.S.W., and was buried at Howlong; issue five son and five daughters; issue:
     a. Jane Alicia EDGEHILL, born March 1800; arrived in Sydney with her parents, 1834; died at Howlong, N.S.W., 17 January 1873, aged 72 [M.I.]; married Daniel O’NEILL.
     b. Sarah Rachel EDGEHILL, born 1802; died in Ireland. Perhaps married John FOSTER.
     c. Harriet EDGEHILL, born 1804; went to Canada as a widow; residing at Mosa, Middlesex County, Ontario, 1861 (as Harriet THIBEAUDEAU) and 1871 Censuses; she died in Canada; married at Clonaslee, Queen’s County, 1825, Joseph Oliver TIBEAUDO, Commissary General in Ceylon; he died in Ireland in 1848; issue, including:
          i. Oliver Drought T. TIBEAUDO, born 1826; at Picton, N.S.W., August 1841; died at Wagga
Wagga, 24 January 1887; married Bridget Ann BOLAND; she died at the Star Hotel, Wagga Wagga, on 1 November 1883, aged 40.
          ii. Susan TIBEAUDO, born Ireland, 1840; living with her mother in Ontario, 1861 Census.
     d. John EDGEHILL, born 1805; arrived in Sydney with his parents, 1834; at Picton, N.S.W., August 1841; died at Rutherglen, Victoria, 16 April 1873.
     e. Mary Ann EDGEHILL, born 1807; arrived in Sydney with her parents, 1834; married at Montpelier, N.S.W., 17 October 1839, Richard BLACKWELL, of Woodbourne.
f. Oliver EDGEHILL, born 1809; arrived in Sydney with his parents, 1834.
     g. Richard EDGEHILL, born 1810; arrived in Sydney with his parents, 1834; possibly died at Dubbo, 1896 #1724 (parents not named in Registration).
     h. Charity (Cherry) EDGEHILL, born 1812; arrived in Sydney with her parents, 1834; married NS.W., 1847, William JENKINS.
     j. Charles Richard Wellington EDGEHILL, born Queen’s County, 16 June 1814; arrived in Sydney with his parents, 1834; at Picton, August1841; died at Albury, N.S.W., 1889 #6487 (parents named); probably married Mary Ann HOGAN; she died in July 1910, aged 84; issue:
          i. Catherine EDGHILL, born NS.W., 1850.
          ii. Harriet EDGHILL; died at Wagga Wagga, 1863 #6120.
          iii. Emma J. EDGHILL; died at Wagga Wagga, 1863 #6121.
          vi. Julia EDGHILL; died Wagga Wagga, 1863 #6088; died young.
          v. Anne EDGHILL, born Wagga Wagga, 1858; died Wagga Wagga, 1863 #6122.
          vi. Margaret EDGHILL, born Wagga Wagga, 1860 #13066.
          vii. Martha EDGHILL, born Wagga Wagga, 1862 #16022.
          viii. Charles Moore EDGHILL, born Wagga Wagga, 1865 #16022; of Yerong Creek; married
Lillian PLUNKETT; with issue.
     k. Jonathan EDGEHILL, born Clonaslee, Ireland, 1815; arrived in Sydney with his parents, 1834; at Picton, August 1841; died at Liverpool, N.S.W., 3 October 1845, aged 30.
     l. Foster EDGEHILL; said to have arrived in Australia with his parents, 1834 [Passenger list, Sydney
Herald, 2 March 1835]. Perhaps one of the above?
     m. Isabella EDGEHILL; said to have arrived in Australia with her parents, 1834 [ditto]. Perhaps one of the above.
3. Jane BALDWIN, probably born in or before 1765 (the ancestry tree records her birth in 1772, clearly too late for the 1783 marriage); named in her father’s will, 1795, as Mrs Jane LAWLER; a spinster, when married at Maryborough, Queen's County, in late January or early February 1783, Captain LALOR, of the Queen's American Rangers, "...a couple whose amiable accomplishments are sufficient to tender their marriage a state of bliss" [Saunders Newsletter, Saturday 8 February].
4. Mary BALDWIN, born 1770 [Ancestry tree]; named in her father’s will, 1795, as Mrs Mary KNAGGS; married in 1791, John KNAGG.
5. Charity BALDWIN; she married Mr A. COLE.
6. Harriet BALDWIN; named in her father’s will, unmarried.
There are two pedigrees on ancestry.com (see below) which repeat this family pattern - with one major addition - they both have an additional child, a younger son:
7. Jonathan BALDWIN, born 1781; died on 8 December 1859; but he is nowhere to be found in his supposed father's will; said to have married Margaret SMYTH.
And another son is speculated by William BALDWIN in his 1918 New York "Genealogy..."  [page 73]:
8. Henry BALDWIN, born in Ireland; believed  to have gone to South America.

BALDWIN OF RAHEENDUFF AND DERRY.

[G] David BALDWIN, born about 1761; brother of Mary (Mrs STACK - above); probably residing at Dysart, 1797; of Rahineduff, December 1805, when he was advertised as receiving proposals in writing for the lease of a complete and equipped Brewery and Malt House in Stradbally [Dublin Evening Post, Tuesday 17 December]; possibly “…late in possession” of the lands of Great Burris, part of the estate of Sir Eyre COOTE, K.B., within a mile of Maryborough, when it as put up for lease in June 1806 [Dublin Evening Post, Saturday 21 June]; probably listed as a member of the Grand Jury for Queen’s County, April 1819 [Dublin Weekly Register, Saturday 3 April]; Esq, of Rahineduff, October 1832, when listed as a new member of the Protestant Conservative Society [Saunders Newsletter, 1 November] and in January 1835 [Select Committee on Fictitious Votes, Ireland], along with Richard Baldwin of Raheenduff (both Registered as Electors by being Grantees of Rent-charge), and John BALDWIN Junior and John BALDWIN (listed as the respective Grantors of the Rentcharge); on 22 January 1832, Charlotte, the relict of Richard CAMBIE of Sedgemore, County Tipperary, died at the residence “…of her brother-in-law, David BALDWIN, Esquire” [Dublin Evening Packet, Tuesday 24 January]; David died on 9 May 1834, “…after some hours of painful suffering, in consequence of his horse having fallen with him” [Dublin Evening Packet, Tuesday 20 May], and was buried at Dysart Churchyard, aged 69 [M.I.].
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It appears likely that David married firstly, in 1781 [W.B. “Genealogy…,” 1918, page 72], although we have no evidence, and therefore no name for her; they evidently had issue:
1. John BALDWIN, born about 1785; he was tenant of “… a considerable farm at Derry” in 1834 “… and for some time before that” [Leinster Leader, 20 May 1893], paying £190 per annum rental; of Derry, Esq, 1837 [Topographical Directory of Ireland]; he renewed the lease on Derry in 1849, at a rental of £250 a year; he died in 1873; he married firstly, Catherine (-?-); she died on 26 February 1816, and was buried at Dysart Churchyard, aged 37; issue included:
     a. Caroline BALDWIN, born ca April 1806; died 1 September 1813, and was buried at Dysart Churchyard, 1 September 1813, aged 7 years 5 months.
John probably married secondly, at Dysart Church, in 1851, Elizabeth CLARKE, the widow of Robert ONIONS (he died in 1843, leaving Elizabeth with six children born 1831 to 1841).
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David appears to have married secondly, about 1800, his cousin Charlotte CAMBIE; she was born about 1775; Mrs BALDWIN, Rahineduff, 1837 [Topographical Directory of Ireland]; she died on 9 February 1849, and was also buried at Dysart churchyard, aged ?3 [M.I.].
David and Charlotte evidently had issue;
2. Solomon Cosby BALDWIN, born 16 May 1803, and baptised at Dysart-Enos, 5 June [his Cadetship Papers, British India Office]; admitted to a Cadetship, British India, 23 December 1823, for Army service in Bombay; Captain, H.E.I.C.; Major, Bombay Infantry; he was back in Ireland in 1873, and after his brother John’s death, Derry was “… set up by auction by Solomon BALDWIN but not sold” [Leinster Leader, 20 May 1893]; he died in 1879; he was married at Dapoolee, Bombay Presidency, 31 June 1848, to Emma MILFORD, of London; she died in 1873, aged 43; they had issue:
     a. George Jackson BALDWIN, born 1844; died 1911.
     b. Emma Milford BALDWIN, born 1848; died 1873.
     c. Charlotte Sarah BADWIN, born 1850; died 1927.
3. Charlotte Cecilia BALDWIN, born about 1806; died 1874; married about 1826, John Edmond JACOB, M.D. (born 1805, son of John JACOB, Surgeon to the Queen’s County Infirmary); John Edmond was also Surgeon to the Queen’s County Infirmary; he died in 1864; issue eight sons and five daughters (the daughters positions in birth order is uncertain):
     a. John Julius JACOB; died 1852, unmarried.
     b. Arthur Edmond JACOB, born 1829; went to Australia, where he died in 1864; assistant Surgeon, 82nd Regiment; married Eleanor FISHE of Broughton, Lancashire.
     c. Olivia Elizabeth JACOB; married in 1858, Arthur POE, D.L., of Hartley Park, Callan.
     d. Charlotte JACOB, born 1834.
     e. David Baldwin JACOB, born 1836; J.P.; Surgeon, Queen’s County Infirmary; living 1880; married at Cloydach, County Carlow, 28 October 1857, Sarah Elizabeth FISHBOURNE, of Font Hill, County Carlow, eldest daughter of William FISHBOURNE, of Font Hill [Freeman’s Journal, 3 November]; issue.
     f. Thomas Walter JACOB, born 1839; of London; married in 1870, Louisa BELL of Lancashire.
     g. Vickers Edmond JACOB, born 1840.
     h. Mary Adelaide JACOB; married in 1881, Sydney MURDOCK, M.D., of Pembroke Road, Dublin; he died in Dublin in 1881.
     j. Caroline JACOB; married in 1866, Rev J. ALEXANDER, Rector of Coroclone, Queen’s County.
     k. Hamilton JACOB, born 1846; of Bellmillet, County Mayo, 1880.
     m. William Edmond JACOB, born 1844; of Canada; living 1880, unmarried.
     n. Alfred JACOB, born 1846; died at the Cape of Good Hope, 1872, unmarried.
     p. Elizabeth Anna JACOB.
4. Elizabeth BALDWIN; unmarried; wrote to the Warder of Heathcote Hospital, Victoria, February 1885, thanking them for their care of her brother, enclosing a draft for £5 for the use of the Hospital.
5. David BALDWIN, born in the Queen’s County, about 1811; admitted to Trinity College, Dublin, 16 October 1826, aged 15, son of David BALDWIN, “Privatus”; probably a member of the Queen’s County Cricket Club team (along with Richard BALDWIN and John BALDWIN, Esq’r’s) which played an eleven from County Carlow, near Carlow, in August 1833; of Rahineduff, December 1841, and January 1842, when he attended a meeting in Maryborough, and signed in favour of an address to the recently appointed Lord Lieutenant; Farmer, of Derry; emigrated to Australia.
6. Richard BALDWIN, born about 1813; Farmer, of Derry; emigrated to Australia; at Wild Duck Creek, near Heathcote, Victoria, 1852; died in Heathcote Hospital, Victoria, on 17 October 1884, aged 70, probably unmarried.
7. Caroline BALDWIN, born about 1816; died in 1905; married at Stradbally Church, on 11 September 1845, as his second wife, William FISHBOURNE (born 1799, and the widower of Anchoretta Phoebe FREEMAN, who died in 1844, leaving him with 5 children, including William and Sarah Elizabeth, who each married into their related JACOB family of cousins); by Caroline, he had further issue:
     a. David William FISHBOURNE, born 1846; died 1880.
     b. Charlotte Elizabeth FISHBOURNE, born at Font Hill, Carlow, 13 June 1848; died 197; married at Carlow, 1875, Robert ARMSTRONG.
     c. Anna Catherine FISHBOURNE, born 1850; married at Cloydach, 19 July 1875, James R.C.
ARMSTRONG.
     d. John Gardiner FISHBOURNE, born Carlow, 1852; died 1924; married at Carlow, 2 June 1888, Sarah Elizabeth HAUGHTON.
     e. Joseph Sabatier FISHBOURNE, born 1861; died 1912.
8. Mary BALDWIN; purchased the lease of Derry Farm, in 1874, for £700; unmarried; died in 1890, and was buried at Dysart churchyard, with her sister Elizabeth, and brother John.

Jonathan BALDWIN; of Rahineduff, 1866, Stradbally Fair.

Jonathan BALDWIN; of Maryborough; married with issue:
1. Elizabeth BALDWIN, born in or before 1758; married 4 February 1777, Rev John BALDWIN, of
Castlecuffe, Rector of Clonaslee (his sister, Charity BALDWIN, was the wife of Rice MEREDITH); issue. See [H] below.

Thomas BALDWIN, born at Maryborough, about 1744; 18th Regiment of Foot, and Alderny Invalids, discharged in 1800, aged 56, after 29 years 8 months service.

BALDWIN OF CASTLECUFFE.

[H] John BALDWIN; settled at Castlecuffe, Queen’s County; he was married on 4 September 1707 to Alesia BEASLEY; they had issue:
1. Joseph BALDWIN; of Castlecuffe; J.P.; Farmer, 1775; he died 9 July 1777; he may have married firstly, Miss COWELL; he married, perhaps secondly, Judith JACKSON; he married thirdly, Elizabeth ROBERTS alias LEE, a widow; issue:
     a. John BALDWIN. See [J] below.
     b. Joseph BALDWIN; died unmarried; will proved 1819.
     c. daughter; married Isaac SMITH (fifth son of Thomas SMITH of Lismacross, County Tipperary, by his wife Dorcas SMITH).
     d. Margaret BALDWIN; married John SMITH of the Coombe, Dublin.
     e. Anna BALDWIN.
One of Joseph's sons, probably John, was evidently a son of Miss COWELL.

[J] John BALDWIN, born Queen’s County, about 1753; admitted Pensioner, Trinity College Dublin, 10 February 1771, aged 17, son of Joseph BALDWIN, Agricola; B.A., Vern, 1775; Clerk in Holy Orders; of Castlecuffe; probably the Rector of Rosenallis, January 1785, when he witnessed the marriage settlements between Mary RIGNEY and Edward EAGAN of Geashill, King's County, as provided for by her father Dowdall PIGOTT of Capard [Memorial Number 247168, Dublin Deeds Registry]; he died on 17 June or 26 July 1822, aged 69, with a memorial in Clonaslee Church; married 4 February 1777, his cousin, Elizabeth BALDWIN (daughter of Jonathan BALDWIN of Maryborough); issue:
1. John BALDWIN, born Queen’s County, about 1781; admitted Pensioner, Trinity College Dublin, 3 July 1797, aged 16; Scholar, 1800; B.A., 1802; Rector of Clonaslee; of Mountmellick, April 1810, when he was a joint third party to the Marriage Settlements between Charles Palmer ARCHER and Caroline Elizabeth MONTFORT [Memorial Number 426357] - unless this was instead his father?; died in December 1859, aged 78; bequeathed Castlecuffe to his niece Caroline.
2. Charity BALDWIN, born about 1784; sister of Rev John BALDWIN, of Castlecuffe; she died at Derrylough, the residence of her son William MEREDYTH, on 15 December 1865, aged 81 [Irish Times, 18 December]; she married Rice MEREDITH.
3. Joseph BALDWIN, born about 1790; Esq; died at Castlecuffe, 6 November 1842, aged 52 [Dublin Evening Packet, Thursday 10 November], without issue.
4. Alicia BALDWIN; married her cousin, Eyre Coote BALDWIN. See [K] below.
5. (?) Marian BALDWIN; married Nathaniel FALKINER.

The following were buried in the BALDWIN family vault in Ballybegg Church, King’s County, April 1758 [Journal of the Association for the Preservation of Memorials of the Dead in Ireland, Volume VII, 1907-1910, page 391], under the east window:
1. Joseph BALDWIN; died April 1758.
2. Elizabeth BALDWIN, born about 1693; died August 1777, aged 84; her will proved Prerogative Court, 1778, of Castlecuffe, Queen’s County.
3. Joseph Henry BALDWIN, born about 1872; died 10 June 1872, aged 30.Elizabeth BALDWIN; buried at Ballybegg.

[K] Eyre Coote BALDWIN; J.P.; of Portarlington and Cloney Gowan, King’s County; later of Bell Park, County Tipperary; died 14 July 1857, while on a visit to Canada; Administration, Dublin, 1759; he married his cousin, Alicia BALDWIN (daughter of Rev Jon BALDWIN of Castlecuffe); she is said to have died at Portarlington on the same day as her husband died in Canada [W.B., 1918, page 71]; they had issue:
1. John BALDWIN, born 1824; Ensign, 22nd Regiment of Foot, January 1844 [Dublin Evening Packet, 4 January]; Lieutenant John BALDWIN, 22nd Regiment died at Peshawar on 2 January 1854 [The Evening Freeman, 29 March 1854]; memorial plaque in Clonaslie Church erected in his memory by his fellow officers.
2. Caroline BALDWIN; she inherited Castlecuff on the death of her uncle, Rev John BALDWIN Junior in 1859; she married in 1861, Richard J. FALKINER of Rodeen House Borrisokane, County Tipperary (born 1820, son of Joseph FALKINER and Anne FRASER); he died in Dublin on 3 September 1898; they had issue:
     a. Jane Maria FALKINER, born 1847; died 1870; married Thomas BLACKWELL.
     b. John Baldwin FALKINER, born 1848; died without issue.
     c. Joseph Robert FALKINER, born 1849; went to New Jersey; died in 1919; married in September 1872, Sarah ARTHUR; with issue.
     d. Caroline Alesia FALKINER, born 1850; resided at Castlecuffe.
     e. Anne Fairclough FALKINER, born 1856; resided at Castlecuffe.
     f. Alice Eleanour FALKINER, born 1858; resided at Castlecuffe; died 1933.
     g. Eyre Coote G. FALKINER, born 1860; inherited Castlecuffe; died 1928.
     h. Richard Henry Eyre FALKINER, born 1860; died 1936.
     j. Adelaide FALKINER.

Beazley BALDWIN; Ensign; died intestate in 1794; letters of administration dated 12 May 1794 to his friend Peter MASSEY.

BALDWIN OF TINNAKILL AND DOON, QUEEN’S COUNTY.

Thomas BALDWIN, born about 1695; of Tinnekill, Queen’s County; he secured a lease, dated 4 July 1746, for a term of three lives, of 123 acres of land at Doon, from Joseph FADE of Dublin; he died in 1770; married, with issue:
1. Thomas BALDWIN, born about 1727; of Castletown, 1770, when he administered his late father’s estate; he married in 1762, Margaret DELANEY, of Castletown; probably buried at Clonenagh, 14 October 1770; issue:
     a. Thomas BALDWIN, baptised at Clonenagh, 5 February 1765; married in 1797, Mary NICHOLSON, daughter of John NICHOLSON of Coleraine.
2. Richard BALDWIN, born about 1729; of Ballytrasna, 1770, when he administered his late father’s estate; and of Doon; he married in 1754, Mary KNAGGS; they had issue, baptised and buried at Clonenagh:
     a. James BALDWIN, baptised 30 August 1756.
     b. Thomas BALDWIN, baptised 25 June 1758.
     c. Elizabeth BALDWIN, baptised 7 May 1760.
     d. William BALDWIN, baptised 13 February 1762.
     e. Mary BALDWIN, baptised 13 March 1764; buried 31 March 1765.
     f. Sarah BALDWIN, baptised 13 March 1774; buried at Clonenagh, 5 April 1775.
     g. Richard BALDWIN; buried 12 April 1769.
2. Richard BALDWIN, born in the Queen’s County, 1729; of Rahine and Doon; will dated 23 August 1801; died in 1805; married firstly, — COWELL (this may instead have been the other grandmother remembered by  grand-daughter); married secondly, in 1778-79, to Mary KNAGGS; with issue (although the dates appear to make this very unlikely):
     a. Thomas BALDWIN, born 1780; named in his father’s will, 1801; died on 15 October 1835, aged 54, and was buried at the old Maryborough burial ground; married Isabella MASON, of Coolbanagher, Queen’s County; she survived her husband by 25 years, residing with her son David at Athboy, County Meath; issue:
          i. Mary BALDWIN, born 1801; died 1876, without issue.
          ii. David BALDWIN, born 1803. See [L] below.
          iii. Oliver or Olivia BALDWIN, born 1805; died 1808.
         iv. Catherine BALDWIN, born 1807; died 1878; married Thomas WRIGHT, of Bandon, County Cork.
          v. James BALDWIN, born 1809; married and emigrated to New York.
         vi. William BALDWIN, born 1811; went to India; served with the Royal Bengal Artillery for 30
years; retired on a Pension to Woolwich; married Brigid.
     b. Robert BALDWIN, born 1782; named in his father’s will, 1801; of Clonenagh, Queen’s County, 1854; married Monemia MASON, a sister of Isabella; issue, with some details abstracted from the 1821 Census [W.B., 1918]:
          i. Richard BALDWIN, born 3 September 1801; not with parents in 1821 Census; married Mary
Ann McMULLEN; with issue.
          ii. Catherine BALDWIN, born 1804; not with parents in 1821 Census; died 1894; married John
HASLEM; with issue.
          iii. Mary BALDWIN, born 1806.
          iv. Robert BALDWIN, born 1808; died at Doon, Rahine, 4 December 1899, aged 91, widower;
married Lucy PIM; she died at Doon, 26 September 1894, aged 55, Farmer’s wife.
          v. Matthew BALDWIN, born 1810; died 1878; married Elizabeth; with issue - including a daughter Mary Anne BALDWIN, who was married at Clonenagh, 4 June 1852, to Robert HONNER.
          vi. Sarah BALDWIN, born 1812.
          vii. William BALDWIN, born 1814.
          viii. Isabella BALDWIN, born 1818.
          ix. Ursula BALDWIN, born 1820; died at Doon, 1889; married her first cousin Richard BALDWIN. See [X] below.
     c. Richard BALDWIN, born 1784; named in his father’s will, 1801, and “…already had his property by lease of lives renewable” [W.B. 1918]; married in 1808, to Jane NOBLE, a daughter of his step-mother; issue:
          i. Richard BALDWIN, born 1809; died at Doon, 1876; married his first cousin, Ursula BALDWIN. See [X] below.
          ii. Thomas H. BALDWIN, born 1810.
          iii. Sarah BALDWIN, born at Doon, 3 November 1813; at Doon, Rahine, 1901 Census, aged 87, Unmarried, residing with her nephew Jacob BALDWIN, aged 38, and his wife Isabella Matilda, and two children; she died at Doon, 23 November 1904, aged 91, Spinster.
          iv. George BALDWIN, born at Doon, 5 April 1820; married Rebecca Jane WILDE. See [Y] below.; she died at Doon, Rahine, 30 November 1899, aged 73, Widow, Farmer; with issue.
   d. Matthew BALDWIN, born 1786; named in his father’s will, 1801, and “…already had his property by lease of lives renewable” [W.B. 1918]; died shortly after 1815; he married in 1811, Esther COWIN of Trimery; she married secondly, John CAXTON, of Doon; issue:
          i. Jane BALDWIN, born 1813.
          ii. Elizabeth BALDWIN, born 1815.
     e. William BALDWIN; bequest of 1 shilling in his father’s will.
     f. James BALDWIN; bequest of 1 shilling in his father’s will.
Richard married secondly, Sarah NOBLE; she was named in her husbands will, 1801; with further issue:
     g. Mary BALDWIN; bequest of £50 in her father’s will, 1801.
     h. John BALDWIN; married Elizabeth.

[X] Richard BALDWIN and Ursula BALDWIN were married on 16 June 1854, Abbeyleix Registration District [Volume 1, Page 17]; they had issue:
1. Richard BALDWIN, born 1858; at Doon, Rahine, 1901 Census, aged 43, Farmer, with brother Robert; died at Doon, 6 April 1927, aged 68, unmarried, Farmer, informed by Jacob BALDWIN of Raheen, present at death (see next below).
2. Robert BALDWIN, born 1862; at Doon, 1901 Census, aged 39, with older brother Richard; died at Doon, 1 September 1933, aged 72, Farmer, unmarried, the death informed by Thomas BALDWIN of Doone, cousin of deceased, present at death.
3. Mary Anne BALDWIN.

[Y] George BALDWIN, born at Doon, 5 April 1820; probably died at Abbeyleix, 4th quarter 1890, aged 70 [Volume 3, page 219]; he was married by License at St Thomas's C.of I., Dublin, 15 April 1850, Farmer (son of Richard BALDWIN, Farmer), to Rebecca Jane WILDE, Spinster, of full age, of Colt, Abbeyleix, Queen's County (daughter of Thomas WILDE, Farmer); she died at Doon, Rahine, 30 November 1899, aged 73, Farmer and widow; they had issue:
1. Jacob BALDWIN, born Queen's County, about 1862, son of George BALDWIN of Doon, Farmer; Farmer at Doon, 1901, aged 38, with wife , two children and aunt Sarah BALDWIN, aged 87 and unmarried; he was Farmer at Doon, 1911 Census, aged 48, with wife and seven children (of nine born); Jacob supplied information for William BALDWIN's 1918 "Genealogy"; he probably informed the death at Doon in 1927 of Richard BALDWIN (see above), who is likely to have been his cousin; Jacob died at Doon, 25 August 1938, aged 76; he married at Roskelton Church, by License, 29 March 1894, Isabella Matilda WILDE (daughter of Isaac WILDE of Doon, Farmer); she died at Doon, 2 February 1944, aged 68; they had issue:
     a. George BALDWIN, born at Doon, 18 May 1695; died at Doon, 12 May 1898, of T.B.
     b.. Isaac BALDWIN, born at Doon, 7 June 1896; died at Doon, 14 June 1896, aged 1 week, of debility.
     c. Richard William BALDWIN, born at Doon, 14 December 1897; aged 3, with parents, 1901; aged 13, Scholar, with parents, 1911.
     d. George Jacob BALDWIN, born at Doon, 13 December 1899; aged 2, with parents, 1901;  aged 12, Scholar, with parents, 1911.
     e. Thomas Henry BALDWIN, born at Doon, 1 June 1901; aged 9, Scholar, with parents, 1911; probably the Thomas who informed his cousin Robert BALDWIN's death at Doon in 1933 (see above).
     f. Jessie Cochlin (or Cochran) BALDWIN, born at Doon, 30 November 1902; aged 8, Scholar, with parents, 1911.
     g. Robert Frederick BALDWIN, born at Doon, 13 March 1905; aged 6, Scholar, with parents, 1911.
     h. John Gilbert BALDWIN, born Queen's County, about 1907 (birth not registered under that name); aged 3, with parents, 1911;
     j. Rebecca Florence BALDWIN, born at Doon, 10 October 1909; aged 1, with her parents, 1911.
     k. Isabella Beatrice BALDWIN, born at Doon, 9 April 1913.
2. Sarah BALDWIN; she married at Roskelton Church, 18 January 1894, George GALBRAITH (son of Charles GALBRAITH, of Doon, Farmer), witnessed by Jacob BALDWIN and Isabella WILDE.

[L] David BALDWIN, born 1803; lived at Ratoath, Kildalkey, then Athboy, all in County Meath; he died at Athboy, 30 March 1864, and was buried in the family plot at Athboy, with his mother and children; he married in the Parish Church in Stradbally, 15 September 1832, Margaret ROSE (born 14 November 1814); issue:
1. Thomas William BALDWIN, born at Ratoath, 9 June 1834; went to the U.S.; he died at Hancock, Delaware County, New York, 14 April 1907; he married Phoebe Jane PERRY, a Quaker of Abbeyleix, Queen's County; she died at Hancock, New York, 11 March 1909; they had issue:
          a. David A. BALDWIN, born 14 April 1869; went to the U.S., after a few years in the Mid West, he worked in Hancock, New York, and retired to Binghamton, New York, where he died on 11 December 1914, survived by his widow and one son.
          b. Alice Jane BALDWIN, born 17 March 1871; went to the U.S.; unmarried in 1918.
          c. George BALDWIN, born November 1873; died an infant.
          d. Margaret Olivia, born 14 September 1881; went to the U.S. with her parents; married at Hancock, N.Y., 27 November 1907, Henry BUSFIELD; with issue:
                    i. Howard Baldwin BUSFIELD, born 22 December 1909.
                    ii. Alys Perry BUSFIELD, born 11 August 1912.
2. Richard BALDWIN, born at Ratoath, 3 July 1836; he died in Dublin, 25 May 1904, and was buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery; he married, on 24 November 1862, Elizabeth MARRON, of Carrickmacross, County Monaghan (born 1843); she was living in Dublin in 1918; they had issue:
          a. Emily Margaret BALDWIN, born 30 December 1863; living in Dublin in 1918.
          b. Anne Elizabeth BALDWIN, born 28 December 1864; married 6 June 1883, John C. HALL, of Dublin; issue, living in Dublin in 1918:
                    i. Emily Frances HALL, born 17 May 1884.
                    ii. Lillian HALL, born 28 July 1886.
                    iii. Robert HALL, born 5 October 1888.
          c. David Godfrey BALDWIN, born 14 December 1866; married 5 September 1900, Harriett LEWIS; lived in Dublin, with issue:
                    i. Reginald G. BALDWIN, born 24 May 1901.
                    ii. Richard F. BALDWIN, born 14 January 1903.
                    iii. Gladys Eileen BALDWIN, born 16 December 1906.
                    iv. Alfred David BALDWIN, born 14 February 1908.
          d. Richard Thomas BALDWIN, born 6 April 1868; married 12 September 1900, Bessie HUGHES.
          e. Henry George BALDWIN, born 8 September 1875; married 30 September 1907, Susanna S. GILL; issue in Dublin:
                    i. Evelyn E. BALDWIN, born 1 August 1908.
                    ii. Henry Victor BALDWIN, born 4 January 1910.
                    iii. Gertrude G. BALDWIN, born 2 December 1910.
          f. Frederick William BALDWIN, born 8 February 1877; at Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, 1917.
3. David BALDWIN, born at Kildalkey, 29 April 1839; went to the U.S. in 1881, settling in New York; he died at Woodside, N.Y., 7 August 1907; he married at Cappagh Church, County Tyrone, 16 July 1863, Martha STEELE (born 25 November 1844), of Beltony, County Cavan; issue:
          a. Martha Olivia Margaret BALDWIN, born 17 May 1864; married Leon ADROT of New York; lived at Port Richmond, Staten Island; with issue one daughter:
                    i. Marcille Lucille ADROT, born 16 June 1896.
          b. David Samuel BALDWIN, born 15 July 1865; of Sheepshead Bay, New York City; died on 16 June 1916; no issue.
          c. Thomas Frederick BALDWIN, born 31 December 1867; of Whitestone, New York City; married 28 November 1894, Ida RAPALYEA.
          d. Margretta Rose BALDWIN, born 28 December 1869; married John Beattie ELLIOTT of New York; lived at Whitestone, New York City; issue:
                    i. Waldo ELLIOTT, born 9 April 1888.
                    ii. Harold ELLIOTT, born 15 October 1890.
          e. Evyleen Isabella BALDWIN, born 3 January 1873; married Howard YOUNG of New York; lived at Woodside, Long Island, N.Y.; he died in 1901; issue:
                    i. Beatrice Olivia YOUNG, born 3 October 1892; married Frank BELLINGER.
                    ii. Elsie Lloyd YOUNG, born 15 November 1895.
                    iii. Evyleen Muriel YOUNG, born 4 August 1897.
                    iv. Margretta Baldwin YOUNG, born 6 October 1901.
          f. George Samuel BALDWIN, born 15 July 1877; died an infant.
4. Margaret BALDWIN, born at Kildalkey, 12 July 1841.
5. William BALDWIN, born at Athboy, 21 June 1844; went to New York, May 1867; Citizenship, October 1867; the author of the 1918 "Genealogy..."; he married, 19 April 1870, Mary Esther GRIFFIN of New York; issue:
          a. Thomas William BALDWIN, born 24 January 1871.
          b. David Henry BALDWIN, born 23 July 1873.
          c. Frank Elliott BALDWIN, born 18 July 1876; died 20 January 1880.
          d. Hattie Rose BALDWIN, born 3 July 1877.
          e. John Griffin BALDWIN, born 20 January 1879; died 30 January 1880.
          f. Arthur Mason BALDWIN, born 31 December 1880.
          g. Mary Elizabeth BALDWIN, born 21 November 1881.
          h. Martha Louise BALDWIN, born 8 September 1890.
6. James Mason BALDWIN, born at Athboy, 3 October 1846.
7. John Samuel BALDWIN, born at Athboy, 10 March 1849.
8. Henry Rose BALDWIN, born at Athboy, 19 April 1853.
9. Isabella Olivia BALDWIN, born at Athboy, 23 March 1856.

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SUNDRY MARYBOROUGH VITAL RECORDS.

A. Some abstracts of Parish Register records for the Parish of Maryborough have survived, in abstracts posted on Rootsweb, at the following link: http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sharonmh/MerArchives/Queen's-County-Parish-Records/BURIALS-Maryborough.html.
The records commence in 1793, and, with a gap between 1795 and 1799, continue up to the 20th century - but the only names abstracted are those of families related to the MEREDITH family.
The following are the entries for the BALDWIN family, and other families mentioned elsewhere in this article:

BURIALS:
30 October 1802 - Susanna BALDWIN, wife of James BALDWIN, Esq. of Summerhill.
9 February 1803 - Lewis MOSSE, son of William Lewis MOSSE.
4 January 1805 - Jonathan BALDWIN Esq.
26 February 1806 - Robert, son of Benjamin CLEGG.
1 March 1808 - Mrs. Mary DESPARD, widow of Richard of Clonenagh parish.
28 August 1808 - Frederick BALDWIN, child of James BALDWIN Esq.
13 September 1808 - Hannah BALDWIN, child of James BALDWIN Esq.
8 September 1809 - Sarah, dau of Thomas BALDWIN of Clonenagh parish.
5 September 1818 - James BALDWIN Esq.
30 October 1818 - Mrs. Frances BALDWIN.
12 January 1827 - Thos. BALDWIN, Aghaboe, aged 64.
15 January 1835 - Alexander ONIONS, otp [of the parish], aged 77.
10 February 1835 - Robert ONIONS, [parish illegible - possibly Aghaboe?], aged 5.
15 October 1835 - Thomas BALDWIN, otp, aged 55.
13 December 1835 - Robert BALDWIN, otp, aged 57.
26 February 1840 - James BALDWIN, Capoly, aged 83.
1 March 1841 - John ONIONS, Aughaboe parish, 1 year 8 mos.
13 March 1842 - Mary BALDWIN, Maryborough, aged 97.
1 June 1843 - Robert ONIONS, Bloomfield, Union of Maryborough, aged 49.
29 June 1845 - Susannah ONIONS, Maryborough, age 90.
16 April 1847 - Susan ONIONS, Maryborough, age 20.
George B. ONIONS, Maryborough, age 31.
Esther ONIONS, Raheenduff, Dysart, age 34.
26 December 1890 - Mary BALDWIN of Maryborough, aged 73.
BAPTISMS:
11 July 1803 - Mary, daughter of James BALDWIN and Elizabeth DOUGLAS.
26 May 1805 - Frederick, son of James BALDWIN Esq and Elizabeth ROBERTS.
24 July 1806 - Amelia, daughter of James BALDWIN and Elizabeth ROBERTS.
25 July 1808 - David, son of James BALDWIN and Elizabeth ROBERTS.
15 December 1809 - William, son of James BALDWIN and Elizabeth ROBERTS.

B. Death Registrations are not yet viewable on the irishgenealogy.ie website much before about the 1890's. While we await the further processing of these records back to 1864, we have to suffice with the indexes, which record deaths for those born before registrations commenced, in birth order (presuming ages were recorded correctly), as follows:

Registration District of Abbeyleix:
Mathew BALDWIN, born 1801-02; died 1878, aged 76.
Richard BALDWIN, born 1802-03; died 1865, aged 62.
Eliza BALDWIN, born 1808-09; died 1886, aged 77.
Richard BALDWIN, born 1808-09; died 1876, aged 67.
Matthew BALDWIN, born 1810-11; died 1878, aged 67.
George BALDWIN, born 1819-20; died 1890, aged 70.
Ursula BALDWIN, born 1819-20; died 1889, aged 69.
John S. BALDWIN, born 1850-51; died 1885, aged 34.
George BALDWIN, born 1852-53; died 1881, aged 28.
Jane BALDWIN, born 1856-57; died 1879, aged 22.
Sarah Ann BALDWIN, born 1858-59; died 1880, aged 21.
Jane BALDWIN, born 1858-59; died 1876, aged 17.
Thomas BALDWIN, born 1863-64; died 1879, aged 15.

Registration District of Athy:
Anne BALDWIN, born 1796-97; died 1872, aged 75.
John BALDWIN, born 1799-1800; died 1873, aged 73.
Elizabeth BALDWIN, born 1808-09; died 1872, aged 63.
Jonathan BALDWIN, born 1827-28; died 1888, aged 60.
Edward BALDWIN, born 1831-32; died 1889, aged 57.
Honor BALDWIN, born 1834-35; died 1865, aged 29.
Richard BALDWIN, born 1839-40; died 1872, aged 32.
Julia BALDWIN, born 1845-46; died 1864, aged 16.
Elizabeth BALDWIN, born 1848-49; died 1882, aged 33.
Joseph BALDWIN, born 1861-62; died 1885, aged 23.

Registration District of Mountmellick:
Frances BALDWIN, born 1798-99; died 1876, aged 77.
William BALDWIN, born 1800-01; died 1886, aged 85.
Joseph BALDWIN, born 1806-07; died 1865, aged 58.
Catherine BALDWIN, born 1807-08; died 1887, aged 79.
Elizabeth Maria BALDWIN, born 1809-10; died 1887, aged 77.
Hannah BALDWIN, born 1816-17; died 182, aged 65.
Margaret BALDWIN, born 1824-25; died 1875, aged 50.
John BALDWIN, born 1833-34; died 1869, aged 35.
Richard BALDWIN, born 1849-50; died 1873, aged 23.

Registration District of Cootehill:
Elizabeth BALDWIN, born 1788-89; died 1867, aged 78.
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OTHER BALDWIN FAMILIES IN IRELAND.

As a prelude to identifying these, it might be useful to learn something of them from the pen of F.R. Montgomery HITCHCOCK, M.A., in his "The Midland Septs and the Pale: an account of the early septs and later settlers of the King's County and of life in the English Pale," Dublin, 1908, in the Appendix, at page 229; he wrote:
"Corolanty, now the seat of Edward Francis SAUNDERS, Esq ..., was built about 1698 by John BALDWIN, who belonged to a Warwickshire family, got a grant of land at Shinrone, and was High Sheriff of King's County in 1672.
"John BALDWIN Junior, High Sheriff in 1697, survived his father less than a year, and died in 1699, leaving, with other children, Thomas BALDWIN his heir, Mary the wife of Edward CROW of Spruce Hall, County Galway (married 1700), and Catherine the wife of Thomas MEREDYTH, of Newtown, County Meath, M.P. (married 1704).
"Thomas BALDWIN, who succeeded to Corolanty, was born in 1679 and died in 1732, leaving by his wife Mary EYRE, of Eyrecourt, two sons and five daughters, viz't - John BALDWIN; Thomas BALDWIN, Attorney-General for Jamaica; Margery, married 1718 Charles SADLIER of Castletown, County Tipperary,; and Lucy, who died unmarried in 1768.
"John BALDWIN, the son and heir, dissipated the estate and died without issue in 1754. and his widow married secondly to Hervey, Lord Mountnorris.
"Part of the Corolanty property came into possession of Dr Richard BALDWIN, Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, who died in 1758, leaving the whole of his large fortune to the university. Though his parentage has been the subject of dispute, he was not in any way related either to the Corolanty family, or the Queen's County BALDWIN's, or to the BALDWIN's of Dublin, who subsequently settled at Boveen, near Shrinone.
"Sir Bridges BALDWIN of Dublin, Knight, who died in 1765, was nephew of Richard BALDWIN of Dublin (died 1768), from whom the BALDWIN-HAMILTON's derive. This Richard BALDWIN had an only son, Richard, of the Four Crosses, County Wicklow, High Sheriff in 1756, who was father of Colonel Charles BALDWIN of Boveen, High Sheriff of King's County in 1802. By his wife, Miss BARRY, only daughter of the celebrated Dublin Doctor, Colonel Charles BALDWIN left an only son, Charles Barry BALDWIN of Boveen, M.P."

Details of these families can be found in the following several sections.
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II. BALDWIN OF COUNTY CORK.

Edward CHADWICK, in his "Ontarian Families; Genealogies of United-Empire-Loyalist families of Upper Canada," at page 34, wrote that:
"In the time of Queen Elizabeth, William BALDWIN settled in Ireland;  and two brothers, Henry and Thomas BALDWIN, who are supposed to be his sons, settled in the western part of the county of Cork, and from them are descended the families of the name in that county.
"In 1612, Thomas the younger brother, purchased Lisnegatte, County Cork, which is still in the possession of his descendants."

Thomas BALDWIN, of Lisnegatte, was married, with issue:
1. James BALDWIN; father of:
     a. John BALDWIN; married Catherine CORLISS; issue:
          i. John BALDWIN. See [Y] below.

[Y] John BALDWIN; of Lisnegatte; Alderman of Cork, and Mayor of that city (dates were recorded by CHADWICK for the Mayoralty in 1836-37, which appears to be in error); he married, by settlements dated 8 February 1737, Elizabeth WARREN (the settlements also anmed John BALDWIN, Esq, Mayor of Cork, and Henry BALDWIN Junior, Esquire); with issue two sons, including:
1. John BALDWIN; of Lisnegatte; married with issue:
     a. John BALDWIN; of Passage, County Cork; married with issue:
          i. John BALDWIN; only son; married with issue.
2. Robert BALDWIN, born 21 August 1741; of Summerhill or Knockmore, near Carrigoline, County Cork; emigrated to Canada in 1799 and settled in the Township of Clarke, County Durham; he died at Annarna, Baldwin's Creek, County Derham, Upper Canada, on 24 November 1816; he was married at Cork, on 2 September 1769, to Barbara SPREAD, daughter of William SPREAD; she died on 21 June 1791, aged 32, and was buried at Templemartin Church [M.I.]; they had issue:
     a. John BALDWIN, born 1771; died 1782.
     b. Robert Nimrod BALDWIN; born 1774; died 1789.
     c. William Warrren BALDWIN.
     d. Augustus Warren BALDWIN, born 1776; Royal Navy; died 1866.
     e. (other issue not yet transcribed by me).

Henry BALDWIN; Ranger of one of the Royal Parks; went to Ireland, and settled in or near Bandon, County Cork; married Miss HERBERT of Powis; issue:
1. Walter BALDWIN; died about 1677; father of:
     a. James BALDWIN; Colonel; purchased Clohina, County Cork, from the celebrated Valentine
GREATRAKES, in 1678; will dated 1683; died about 1688.
     b. Mary BALDWIN; married George CORLESS; with issue:
          i. Catherine CORLESS; married John BALDWIN; he died about 1699.
     c. Walter BALDWIN; married Anne (-?-).
     d. Herbert BALDWIN; died about 1696; married Mary (-?-); issue:
          i. Herbert BALDWIN. See [G] below.
          ii. Walter BALDWIN; married with issue.
          iii. (?) BALDWIN; died about 1683.
          iv. Henry BALDWIN. See [K] below.
2. Herbert BALDWIN, who also settled at Curravoidy, near Bandon, County Cork; married Mary DOWNES, daughter of Rev Dr Dives DOWNES, afterwards Lord Bishop of Cork and Ross; with issue:
     a. Henry BALDWIN.
     b. Herbert BALDWIN; See [G] below.
     c. Walter BALDWIN.
     d. Mary BALDWIN; married in 1689, Colonel FOOT.
     e. Elizabeth BALDWIN; married John WARE, Esq.
Herbert was a grand-father of:
     a. John BALDWIN, who married Catherine CORLESS?
3. James BALDWIN; Colonel in the Army; in 1678 he purchased Clohina, County Cork, from the celebrated "Stroker" Valentine GREATRAKES; by his will, dated 683, he passed this estate on to his nephew Walter BALDWIN.

[K] Henry BALDWIN, born 1666 or 1676; of Curravody, County Cork; died 1750; married 1695, Johanna FIELD TRAVERS (daughter of William FIELD and Susannah BEECHER); issue:
1. Elizabeth BALDWIN; married with issue; great-great-great-grandmother of Richard Henry RADLEY.
2. Henry BALDWIN; married in 1728, Alicia WARREN; with issue:
     a. Alicia Warren BALDWIN; married Rev John MADRAS.
     b. William BALDWIN.
     c. Sarah BALDWIN.
     d. Anna BALDWIN.
     e. Johanna BALDWIN.
     f. Mary BALDWIN.
3. (?) Ann BALDWIN, of Mossgrove, County Cork (probably daughter of Henry BALDWIN, who was named in her marriage settlements); married by setlements dated 4 December 1727, Thomas POOLE, Junior.
This family information found on thewww.radleysof cork.bigpondhostings. com web-site.

[G] Herbert BALDWIN; of Clohina, County Cork, which he inherited in 1683 from his uncle, Colonel James BALDWIN; Herbert married in 1689, Mary HUNGERFORD, daughter of Colonel HUNGERFORD of the Island, near Clonkitty; with issue:
1. Herbert BALDWIN; died without issue.
2. James BALDWIN; eldest surviving son and heir; died in 1776; married in 1726, Elizabeth LANGTON, of Bury, County Limerick (a niece of Colonel Nicholas COLTHURST); with issue:
     a. Anne BALDWIN; married Thomas OLIFFE of Cork.
     b. Mary BALDWIN; married Charles McCARTHY, Esq.
     c. James BALDWIN; died in 1776; married in 1763, Mary O’CONNELL (daughter of Daniel
O’CONNELL, Esq, of Derrinane, County Kerry); with issue:
          i. Mary BALDWIN; married Richard NEWTON.
          ii. Alice BALDWIN; married Matthew MINHER.
          iii. Bridget BALDWIN; married William HICKEY.
          iv. Anne BALDWIN; married Major Edward BRODERICK.
          v. Connell BALDWIN; married Mary SPRAGUE.
          vi. Walter BALDWIN; M.D., of Cork, and M.P. for that City; married .
          vii. Elizabeth BALDWIN; married Daniel Mc CAR…
          viii. Herbert BALDWIN; married firstly, Barbara DUNNE; he married secondly, in 1818, Julia
HERRICK, with a son Herbert BALDWIN (born 1811 or 1822?), and a daughter Elizabeth, whom Julia removed from Herbert, resulting in in subsequent Habeas Corpus court proceedings.
     d. Herbert BALDWIN; married Miss COLLIS; with issue.
3. Richard BALDWIN; married Ursula JERMYN of Affadown (born about 1742, daughter of Stephen JERMYN and Catherine WARNER, who were married in 1740); both named in a deed dated 1 May 1781, of Skibbereen, together with her probable sisters Ellen (wife of William WOLFE), Mary and Catherine; with issue:
     a. Richard BALDWIN; married Miss GERMAIN.
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III. BALDWIN OF DUBLIN AND WICKLOW.

Richard BALDWIN, born 1620; of Dublin; married in 1661, by License of the Diocese of DUBLIN, Suzanna THURSTON; they had issue:

Charles BALDWIN, born 1650, son of the above; identified in several pedigrees as Master of the Rolls; party to the marriage settlements, 1716, for his son Arthur; of Dublin, when he was third party to Deeds of Lease and Release, dated 9-10 May 1721, the first party being with Anne Phillis CRADOCK, of Croneconnelly, County Wicklow, the widow of Richard CRADDOCK (the first party), and Lewis ROBERTS of Dublin (the second party), concerning lands at Croneconnelly, Ballydonnell, Ballygillaroe and Knockanree, all in County Wicklow [MS 38,571/11(2) - Wicklow Papers, N.L.I.]; Charles was buried at St John’s (C.of I.), Dublin, 9 June 1730; he was married at Wicklow, by License of the Diocese of Dublin, on 8 October 1679, to Alicia BOSWELL; she
died in Dublin, 1699, and was buried at St John’s (C. of I.), 10 August 1699; hey had issue:
1. Jonathan BALDWIN, said to have been born in 1680 at Summerhill, County Cork [TIBEAUDO Tree on Ancestry.com, but this appears unlikely] - however, there was a John BALDWIN who was baptised at St Michan’s, Dublin, 13 January 1680, son of Charles and Alice BALDWIN; he was buried at St Paul’s (C. of I.), Dublin, 18 June 1762; he appears to have married Mary (-?-); issue:
     a. John BALDWIN.
     b. Ursula BALDWIN, born 1720; of Summerhill (County Cork in one version, but Queen’s county in another); married William MASON; issue:
          i. Susannah MASON, born 1754; died at Coolbanagher, 2 June 1820; married Oliver Anselm
Drought TIBEAUDO; with issue.
2. Arthur BALDWIN, baptised at St Michan’s, Dublin, 18 January 1683; of Dublin, when he granted a lease, dated 4 February 1734, to William HATTON, of Newtown, County Wicklow, of land at Ballygillaroe and Rahaval, both in County Wicklow; of Dublin, when he granted a lease, dated 5 May 1736, of land at Crone, barony of Arkow, County Wicklow, to John PORTER, of Ballydonnell, County Wicklow [Wicklow Papers, Ms 38,572/39(1), N.L.I.]; of Dublin, when he made Articles of Agreement, dated 7 May 1736, with Denis CLANCY of Redcross, County Wicklow, concerning lands at Ballydonnell [Wicklow Papers, MS 38 566/129(1)]; of Dublin, when he made a lease of land at Ballydonnell, County Wicklow, to John CHAYTOR, of Kilmacurra, County Wicklow [Wicklow Papers, MS 38,572/5(1)]; Arthur was buried at St John’s (C.of I.), Dublin, 17 December 1736; he was married by License dated 5 July 1716, to Editha LONGFIELD, a daughter of Robert LONGFIELD of Kilbride, County Meath.
3. Richard BALDWYNE, baptised at St Michan’s, Dublin, 15 February 1684[-85]; probably died young.
4. Edward BALDWIN, baptised at St Michan’s, Dublin, 1 July 1689 (father only named in register).
5. Richard BALLDWYN, baptised at St Michan’s (C. of I.), Dublin, 26 March 1699; probably the third party to a deed of sale, dated 6 September 174?, concerning Lands at Ballnasragh, Corgaragh, Kilmagegoe, Ballinlough, all in the barony of Arklow, county Wicklow, and in Weystown, barony of Balmadon, county Dublin, the first party being Robert BALDWIN of Redcross, County Wicklow, and the second party Robert LONGFIELD of Kilbride [Wicklow Papers, MS 38, 563/9]; buried at St Peter’s (C.of. I.), Dublin, 3 June 1768; married 7 October 1734, Mary USSHER; issue:
     a. Elizabeth BALDWIN, born 1735.
     b. Richard BALDWIN; of the Four Crosses, County Wicklow; High Sheriff (presumably ofCounty Wicklow) in 1756; died before 1796; married Grace EVANS; issue:
          i. Charles BALDWIN, born at Boveen, Shinore, King’s County, 27 December 1737; Colonel; High Sheriff of the King’s County, 1802; died December 1834; married Olivia BARRY, daughter of Nathaniel BARRY, the celebrated Dublin Doctor; with issue - a son, Charles Barry BALDWIN, of Boveen, King’s County, M.P.
6 (?) Robert BALDWIN; of Dublin, 1742, when he made a deed of lease, dated 11 June 1742, of land at Ballydaniel, barony of Arklow, county of Wicklow, to Elinor NORTON, of Scratenagh, County Wicklow [Wicklow Papers, MS 38,572/3(1)]; of Dublin, 1743, when he made two leases, dated 22 September 1743, of land at Redcross otherwise Ballydonnell, barony of Arklow, county of Wicklow, one to Daniel DESTOURNELL, of Redcross, County Wicklow [Wicklow Papers, MS 38,572/5(3)], and the other to Thomas BUTLER, of Copper Mines, County Wicklow [MS 38,572/6]; died before March 1757, and probably in 1750, and buried at St John’s (C. of I.), Dublin, 22 March 1750; Robert “married” Anastasia NICHOLSON, although the validity of the marriage was subsequently disputed; issue:
     a. Robert BALDWIN, born about 1746, only son.
7. Elizabeth BALDWIN; married by License dated 11 January 1713-14, William LONGFIELD, a brother of Editha LONGFIELD (she was married in 1716 to Elizabeth’s brother Arthur); he was if Kilbride, and of Dublin, Barrister-at-Law; he died in September 1765; they had issue:
     a. Robert LONGFIELD, baptised 20 July 1715; of Kilbride and Dublin; called to the Bar, 1741; married Elizabeth QUIN, with issue.
     b. Alice LONGFIELD, born 1717.
     c. Catherine LONGFIELD, born 1718.
     d. Charles LONGFIELD, born 1720.
     e. Sarah LONGFIELD.
     f. Elizabeth LONGFIELD.
     g. Editha LONGFIELD.

Charlotte BALDWIN, born before 1722, inevitably related to the above family; she was living in 1764, when named in Wicklow Papers [MS 38,574/5], as Charlotte SCHAW otherwise BALDWIN, having been one of the subjects of a deed search in the registry office, concerning lands at Kilmagig, Croneconnelly, Ballydonnell alias Redcross, in County Wicklow, premises in Dublin, and lands in the King’s County (also named were Frederick Bridges SHAW in 1780, Richard SCHAW in 1788, Frederick David SCHAW in 1800, among others); she married William SCHAW (born 1705, son of Robert SCHAW); he was Physician to Frederick, Prince of Wales
(son of King George II and father of King George III); he died in 1751; issue:
1. Frederick Bridges SCHAW, born about 1740; Captain, 66th Regiment of Foot; Lieutenant-Colonel, 3rd Surrey Militia; died 1805; he married firstly, in 1762, Isabella THOMPSON of Jamaica; with issue:
     a. Frances Charlotte SCHAW, born at Kingston, Jamaica, 1764; wife of Peter Bradley CROSS, of
Lincoln’s Inn.
     b. Frederick David SCHAW.
Frederick married secondly, in 1778, Anabella GARRICK, with further issue:
     c. William Garrick Bridges SCHAW, born 1785; Captain; married Emma Hart PROTHERO.

Jonathan BALDWIN; married Mary (-?-); issue:
1. David BALDWIN, baptised at St Catherine’s (C. of I.), Dublin, 1 June 1759.
2. Charity BALDWIN, baptised at St Nicholas Without (C. of I.), Dublin, 29 November 1761; possibly married in 1770 (M.L.B., Diocese of Dublin), Jonathan KNAGGS or John KNAGG [Hibernian Magazine, 1791].
3. Jonathan BALDWIN, baptised St Nicholas Without, Dublin, 2 February 1766.

Bridges BALDWIN; a nephew of Richard BALDWIN of Dublin (see above - he died in 1768) ["The Midland Septs and the Pale, etc," by F.R. Montgomery HITCHCOCK, M.A., Dublin, 1908, page 229]; Bridges was named of the will, dated 30 April 1743, of his great-aunt Elizabeth BRIDGES, of Wallington Manor, Surrey, who died in 1745, a spinster - she was a relation of the Brook BRIDGES family of Baronets, which would in time include the defendant in the 1835 Chancery Court case recorded above (the BRIDGES family at Wallington were originally from Ireland); Brooke BRIDGES was created Knight (details not yet established); Sir Bridges BALDWIN registered a deed in 1750 concerning lands in County Wicklow (among which were Kilmagigg, Croneconnelly, Ballydonnell or Redcross), in County Dublin (a dwelling house in Weystown, and dwellings in Church Street and StJames's Street), and in King's County (he was named, among others, in a deeds search undertaken in October 1805) [MS 38,574/5 - Wicklow Papers, N.L.I.]; his will was dated 13 Feb 1745, naming his wife Frances NEYNOE, and mentioning Rev Charles BALDWIN, Clerk, of the City of Dublin; Sir Bridges died at his residence, Frederick Street, Dublin, "...a few days ago" and was buried at St Nicholas Without, "...on Thursday" [Faulkner's Journal, Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 September 1765]; his will was proved P.C.C., 29 November 1765; Bridges BALDWIN, of Dublin, Esq, and Frances NEYNOE, Marriage License Bond, Diocese of Dublin, 3 May 1738 [Fisher Mss, National Library of Ireland - Digital resources].

Elizabeth BRIDGES was the sister and sole heir of William BRIDGES, Surveyor-general of the Ordnance, who died in 1714; it appears that she was somehow related to the Baronets of Goodnestone, Kent, as her estate was to go to Bridges BALDWIN in default of issue male of two of her other grand-nephews, Samuel BRIDGES (he died without issue) and William BRIDGES, Esq, who died in 1805, leaving Wallington Manor to Brook BRIDGES - and he was inevitably related to Sir Brook BRIDGES, who had property in the Queen’s County which was leased to members of the BALDWIN family of Maryborough.

John BALDWIN; of descent from a Warwickshire family; grant of land at Shinrone, King’s County, and was High Sheriff of that County in 1672; built Corolanty in about 1698; died in 1698; married with issue;
1. John BALDWIN; High Sheriff of King’s County, 1697; died in 1699; married with issue:
     a. Thomas BALDWIN, born 1679; son and heir; named in a Deed dated 2 March 1730, with his son John (see next below); Thomas died in 1732; he married Mary EYRE, of Eyrecourt (who survived him), and had issue:
         i. John BALDWIN; named in an Indented Deed of Mortgage, dated 2 March 1730, with his father, Thomas BALDWIN of Corolanty, Esq, concerning the lease of certain lands at Parke, County Tipperary to Richard DESPARD, of Cranna, Queen's County, Sea, for the term of three lives of Thomas BALDWIN and his brothers William and Bernard BALDWIN [Memorial Number 46159, Deeds Registry]; of Corolanty; dissipated his inheritance, and died in 1754; married on 15 April 1734, Mary WALL, eldest daughter of William WALL of Coolnamucky, County Waterford, without issue; she died in September 1779, she having since been married secondly, on 25 July 1755, to Harvey MORRES, M.P. (afterwards Viscount Mountmorres) ["Genealogical Memoirs of Members of Parliament for the county and city of Kilkenny," by George Dames BURTCHAELL, 1888, Kilkenny, pages 120 and 138].
          ii. Thomas BALDWIN; Attorney General for Jamaica (Mr Robert BALDWIN died in 1746,
according to news received in Dublin from Jamaica [George FAULKNER’s Dublin Journal, 20-23 December 1746] - possibly related. See below).
          iii. Margery BALDWIN; married in 1718, Charles SADLIER, of Castletown, County Tipperary.
          iv. Lucy BALDWIN; died in 1768, unmarried.
     b. Mary BALDWIN; married in 1700, Edward CROW of Spruce Hall, County Galway.
     c. Catherine BALDWIN; married in 1704, Thomas MEREDYTH of Newtown, County Meath.
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A STRAY BALDWIN FROM LANCASHIRE WHO DID WELL IN IRELAND.

Richard BALDWIN, baptised at Colne, Lancashire, 12 June 1671, son of James BALDWIN and Margaret (probably BROWN); went to Colne Grammar School, “…where he is said to have inflicted a mortal blow to a schoolfellow, upon which he fled to Dublin” in about 1684 (one might presume he may have been “sent” to family living there, or just gone there, hoping to connect); “adopted” by a Dublin family, and placed in the service of Dr Robert HUNTINGDON, the Provost of Trinity College; probably finished his education at Trinity College; Provost of Trinity College; died in 758, leaving his large estate to the University (part of which included part of the Corolanty property, although it has been stated that he had no kinship with that branch of the family [“The Midland Septs and the Pale; an Account of the Early Septs and Later Settlers of the King’s County,” by F. R. Montgomery HITCHCOCK, M.A., Dublin, 1808, in the Appendix, at Page 229].
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A BALDWIN FAMILY OF PRINTERS IN JAMAICA.

Robert BALDWIN, probably born before 1683; evidently a Printer, and probably in London; he arrived in Jamaica in early 1718, with his wife and two sons, bringing with him a wooden printing press, and copious quantities of Dutch made movable type; he commenced publishing the Weekly Jamaica Courant in May 1718, at premises in Church Street, Kingston; he died in 1722, and letters of administration, dated 13 April 1722, were granted to his widow, Mary BALDWIN; she took over the printing business, and managed it until 1734, after which her name disappears from Jamaican records; they evidently had issue:
1. Robert BALDWIN Junior, probably born before 1713, and perhaps in London; he and his brother were running their late father’s printing business in 1734; they were licensed in 1740 for the printing of official proclamations; news of his death, “…lately in Jamaica,” was published in Dublin in December 1746, a Merchant (it is uncertain whether this may indicate a relationship to Dublin or Irish BALDWIN families).
2. Peter BALDWIN; ditto before 1714; letters of Administration, dated 5 February 1746, were granted to John COCHRANE, “Practitioner of Physicke.”
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SABATIER AND CAMBIE FAMILIES IN IRELAND.

Solomon CAMBIE, born in Norwich, 13 October 1613, son of Solomon CAMBIE and Ester DESBONNET; he served CROMWELL in Ireland, and obtained Cromwellian grants in County Tipperary for his reward; he married Alice CRAINE; she died in 1684; they had issue:
1. Elizabeth CAMBIE.
2. Solomon CAMBIE. See [A] below.
3. David CAMBIE.
4. Samuel CAMBIE.

[A] Solomon CAMBIE, born Ballycolliton, County Tipperary, probably in the 1650’s; he died at Lough Derry County Tipperary, in 1713 [Tipperary Will Index]; he married Alice MINCHIN; they had issue:
1. David CAMBIE; died 1775; married Anne (ST) LEDGER; they had issue:
     a. Solomon CAMBIE. See [B] below.
2. Thomas CAMBIE; died 1743 [Tipperary Will Index].
3. Elizabeth CAMBIE; married John BALDWIN of Dysart; with issue.

[B] Solomon COSBIE, born about 1740, probably at Castletown, County Tipperary; died at Kilgarvan, County Tipperary, 20 July 1792; will dated 8 June 1792, appointing as executors his wife Elizabeth, and eldest two sons, David and Edward; he was married in 1762, by License of the Diocese of Cashel and Emly, 1762, to Elizabeth RYAN; issue:
1. David CAMBIE, born 1764; died in March 1813, intestate; married 16 November 1796, Margaret WALSH; she probably died at Castletown, 13 June 1845, aged 78 [Dublin Weekly Nation, Saturday 21 June]; issue:
     a. Charles CAMBIE, born County Tipperary, about 1796; admitted to Trinity College, Dublin, 5 June 1815, aged 18; B.A., Aest 1819; probably of Brookfield, County Tipperary, when he married, at St Peter’s (C. of I.), Dublin, on 15 June 1827, Jane DISNEY of Harcourt Street, Dublin.
2. Edward CAMBIE, born County Tipperary, about 1769; admitted to Trinity College, Dublin, 23 November 1787, aged 18; died at Mota House, 27 February 1836, also intestate; married in 1801, Elizabeth WATKINS
(born 1767); she died on 10 October 1835, by drowning in the Shannon River with three of her children, and was buried at Cloughprior, near Borrisokane [MYFAMILYFILE 2 Public Tree on Ancestry.com]; they had issue:
     a. Solomon Baldwin CAMBIE, born at Kilgarvan House, County Tipperary, in 1803; admitted Trinity
College Dublin, 14 October 1822, aged 19; died at Kilgarvin, County Tipperary, 27 November 1861 [Freeman’s Dublin Journal, 29 November], intestate; married at St George’s (C. of I.), Dublin, 16 October 1837, Mary STACK, by Settlements dated 9 November 1835 (she may have been related to Joseph STACK, who died suddenly on 15 July 1838, aged 39, at Rahineduff, the residence of his aunt, Mrs David BALDWIN - he was the son of Rev Richard STACK and Mary BALDWIN, although published pedigrees do not record them having a daughter named Mary); issue - one son.
     b. Lucinda CAMBIE, born about 1805; drowned in the River Shannon, 10 October 1835, and buried with her mother.
     c. David CAMBIE, born 1806; emigrated to Australia in 1852; died at Collingwood, Victoria, in 1876; married firstly, in Dublin, 1840, Catherine Dunscombe CARLETON; married secondly, in Melbourne, 1854, Georgina McLATCHY; issue both marriages.
     d. John CAMBIE, born County Tipperary, about 1808; admitted to Trinity College, Dublin, 5 July 1830, aged 21; drowned in the River Shannon, 10 October 1835, & buried with his mother.
     e. Frances CAMBIE, born 1811; drowned in the River Shannon, 10 October 1835, and buried with her mother; her fiance, Dr NOONE, also died in the Shannon tragedy.
3. Richard CAMBIE, born about 1770; living in 1792.
4. Thomas CAMBIE, born about 1772; living in 1792; married with issue:
     a. Solomon CAMBIE, born County Tipperary, about 1800; admitted Trinity College, Dublin, 6 April 1818, aged 17 (R.C.).
5. Catherine CAMBIE, born about 1774; living 1792; married, probably before 1792, John SABATIER.
6. Elizabeth CAMBIE, born about 1776; married, probably before 1792, George LENNON.
7. Charlotte CAMBIE, born about 1778; living in 1792, unmarried; she married her cousin David BALDWIN of Dysart and Rahineduff.

John SABATIER; a French Huguenot; said to have purchased land near Mountmellick, 1736, and built the house he called Summergrove in 1748; died in 1740; will dated 11 April 1737, proved 3 April 1740; married Elizabeth FREEMAN; issue:
1. Thomas SABATIER; died 1784; married in 1758, by License of the Diocese of Killaloe, Mary BUTLER; with issue:
     a. John SABATIER; eldest son; in July 1775, his name was approved for adding as a replacement life for term of a lease. Possibly [D] below.
     b. Thomas Molyneux SABATIER, born about 1764; admitted to Trinity college, Dublin, 7 May 1781, aged 17.
     c. Rose SABATIER.
2. George SABATIER, born 23 April 1721, and baptised at the French Church, Portarlington, 21 May.
3. Samuel SABATIER, born 13 November 1719, and baptised 9 December.
4. Jane SABATIER, eldest daughter.
5. Anne SABATIER, youngest daughter.

Jane SABATIER married Malachi DELANY, son of Martin DELANY of Ballyfin, Queen’s County.
Miss SABATIER, perhaps born abut 1763; a sister of John SABATIER of Summergrove, near Mountmellick, Queen’s County; married in May 1784, David MELLIFONT, Esq, Cornet, 5th Royal Irish Dragoons.

[D] John SABATIER, perhaps born about 1760; married in 1785, by License of the Diocese of Killaloe, Catherine CAMBIE; probable issue:
1. John SABATIER, born about 1790; admitted to Trinity College, Dublin, 6 July 1807, aged 17.

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