Baldwin writes that Rev. Samuel Baldwin "graduated at Harvard College, 1752; ordained at Hanover, Mass., Dec. 1, 1756...He delivered one of the annual addresses at Plymouth. (1 N. E. Hist. Gen. Register, 118.) He was, says the Capt. Samuel Mss., a Whig of much zeal. It is said of him that he used to carry his arms to church; and, on one occasion, while the British were lying at Boston and infesting the coast, he thanked the Lord, "that there was hemp sufficient to hang all the Tories."" 
Marriage and Children
Samuel married Hannah Cushing (1738-1790), the daughter of John and Mary (Cotton) Cushing on 4 January 1759 at Scituate, Massachusetts. They had nine children at Hanover, Massachusetts:
↑ Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/142549151/samuel-a_m-baldwin: accessed 24 August 2022), memorial page for Rev Samuel A. M. Baldwin (1730–1 Dec 1784), Find a Grave Memorial ID 142549151, citing Hanover Center Cemetery, Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA; Maintained by James Bianco (contributor 47745493).
Biography written in full with inline sourcing, Data Doctor Warning 945: Unused Span Anchors resolved and photo added by Baldwin descendant Carol Baldwin on 24 August 2022.
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