Carol Baldwin PhD RN
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Carol Baldwin PhD RN

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Carol M. Baldwin PhD RN
Born 1940s.
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Descendant of several Magna Carta Surety Barons.
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Biography

Carol Baldwin PhD RN was born in Wisconsin.
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Carol Baldwin PhD RN has English ancestors.
Carol Baldwin PhD RN has German Roots.
Carol Baldwin PhD RN has Polish Roots.
Carol Baldwin PhD RN has Italian Roots.

My early origins are mid-Western.[1]I did undergraduate work in nursing, communication, and family studies. I did graduate work in communication with a minor in family counseling. Most of my work in nursing was in hospice and palliative care, which reinforced my interest in family systems, connections and history. I moved to Arizona in 1984 for my graduate work and fell in love with our southwestern desert. I have a doctorate in psychology with a minor in family counseling and a master's degree in nursing. I taught psychology, counseling, nursing and communication courses in Arizona, Montana and East Asia (Korea and Okinawa for the US Military with the University of Maryland). I have done guest lectures in Mexico, Central and South America, Ireland and England. I have traveled to England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France, Germany, Poland and Austria for work and genealogy side trips. Whenever I travel, I try to pursue more 'original' sources, particularly in Great Britain.

Connecting with genealogists, adding to family, and life-long learning are important to me:

  • I was, perhaps 6-years-old when my interest in family history began. I still have the little piece of note paper on which my maternal grandmother wrote her parents and grandparents names, birth and death years and my maternal grandfather's parents and grandparents names, birth and death years.
  • In the early 1970's, I started making queries about my dad's family using paper, pen, envelopes, stamps and landlines (remember those?) to contact record's offices, and so forth in MN, NY, and VT. In 1994, I was introduced to the computer, which made searches better (fast, less costly and time-consuming, almost instant gratification) and worse (incorrect information, numerous Baldwins, no documentation).
  • I joined MyHeritage and Ancestry circa 2010. My brother and mother provided samples for 23andme and Ancestry. As I gathered more 'evidence' (birth, marriage, death, census records, deeds), I built trees on Ancestry and FTDNA. Cousins as avid about genealogy as I, led to a genealogy road trip to MA and VT in 2016.
  • I turned to FTDNA circa 2016 to have full sequence mtDNA (from myself) and Y DNA (Y67 to Y111 to Big Y700 for my brother) done through on FTDNA, and joined the 1) EIJGB England, Scotland, Wales Group, 2) European Royalty and American Patriots Group, 3) R R1b All Subclades, and 4) Baldwin, Green, Barber and Munson surname groups. These genetic genealogists located throughout the UK and the U.S. are extremely helpful in clarifying which Baldwins are linked genetically when primary and secondary resources are sometimes nebulous.
  • Formal education in genealogy includes the online course offered through Boston University, semester long online classes in 1) mastering genealogical proofs and 2) mastering genealogical documentation, and a semester-long course in genetic genealogy offered through the Pima County Genealogical Society. I am also a long-time member of the NEHGS.

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  • Paternal and maternal relationships are confirmed by a GEDmatch test match between Carol Baldwin and her brother. Their MRCAs are their parents Leverett Frederick Baldwin and Carolyn May George. Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 1.2, based on sharing 2761 cM across 43 segments.
  • Full sequence Mitochondiral (mt)DNA for Carol Baldwin confirms maternal haplogroup as H102, FTDNA kit #N142216.

Sources

  1. United States of America, Bureau of the Census; Washington, D.C.; Seventeenth Census of the United States, 1950; Record Group: Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790-2007; Record Group Number: 29; Residence Date: 1950; Home in 1950: Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Roll: 882; Sheet Number: 72; Enumeration District: 73-700. Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1950 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2022. https://www.ancestry.com/discoveryui-content/view/117356353:62308?tid=&pid=&queryId=c2d1f3939af4b235cb9c46e22a0ce3c8&_phsrc=kzY31904&_phstart=successSource
  • First-hand information. Entered by Carol M. Baldwin at registration.

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Carol is a descendant of PGM migrants:

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It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Carol or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA. Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Carol Baldwin: Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test Full Sequence, haplogroup H102, FTDNA kit #N142216
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Hi Carol,

On behalf of the England Project, I would like to thank you for all your contributions towards the project's goals. Every single contribution you make helps improve English profiles!

I'd also like to share our annual Newsletter with you. You can read it here: England Project Newsletters. We hope you enjoy reading a bit about what has gone on in 2022 and what our Project has achieved.

The England Project Leaders like to touch base with each of our members every 6 months just to make sure everything is going well. There's no need to reply to this message unless you have something you'd like to let us know about (e.g. if you would like to change your team choices or provide other feedback). We will be in touch with you again in the middle of next year when we do our annual check-in with project members.

On behalf of all the Leaders, I wish you a peaceful and productive 2023.

Best wishes,

Ian, England Project Leader

posted by I. Speed
Congratulations on earning a 100+ sticker in the November 2022 Sourcerers Challenge and thanks for all the improvements you've made to WikiTree!
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Carol Baldwin PhD RN reached the Red Hot Effort milestone by sourcing 100 profiles in the November 2022 Sourcerers Project Sourcerers' Challenge.
posted by Mel Bishop
Great Zooming with you this weekend Carol!

I was up in the Appalachians today & thought of you. I found a book called Foxfire Story edited by T J Smith 🙂

posted by Sandy (Craig) Patak
Hi Sandy! Likewise! I now know how to pronounce AppaLATCHia! Just don't forget "bubbler"!
posted by Carol Baldwin PhD RN
edited by Carol Baldwin PhD RN
...and something that I am playing around with: Frontier Nursing Service
posted by Sandy (Craig) Patak

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