Abigail married David Baldwin, the son of Henry and Abigail (Fiske) Baldwin say 1722 at Sudbury, Massachusetts. [Needs source]. They had seven children born at Sudbury (bp. = baptism):
William Baldwin (b. 11 Nov 1727; d. 1794)m. 1) 15 Feb 1753 at Sudbury, MA, Jane Cook (1723-); m. 2) 25 Apr 1782 at Wayland, MA, Dorcas (Bent) Maynard (1742-1799). She was the widow of Micah Maynard (1735-1778)
Lydia Baldwin (b. 27 Oct 1729; d. 8 Jul 1732, Sudbury, MA)
Samuel Baldwin (b. 27 Aug 1731; d. 1784) m. Jun 1725 at Scituate, MA, Hannah Cushing (1738-1790)
Abigail Baldwin (b. 18 Aug 1733; d. 1805) m. 30 Apr 1752 at Sudbury, MA, Joseph Curtis (1721-1791)
Lydia Baldwin (bp. 5 Oct 1735; d. 1798) m. 19 Feb 1756 at Watertown, MA, Oliver Prescott (1731-1804)
Elizabeth Baldwin (bp. Jul 1737; d. 1818) m. 23 Oct 1755 at Boston, MA, Henry Evans (1727-1782)
Mary Baldwin (bp. 8 Sep 1742; d. ) m. 7 Feb 1764 at Newton, MA, Samuel Jackson (1737-)
Death and Burial
Abigail (Jennison) Baldwin died on 12 June 1767 in her 64th year at Sudbury.She is buried in the North Cemetery at Wayland, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
LNAB is spelled 'Jennison' in the image for her baptismal record.
Baldwin writes that Abigail Jemison [sic] was the daughter of the Honorable Henry Jemison [sic], Judge of the Court of Common Pleas In Worcester, Massachusetts. This is in contrast to the father listed for this profile. There is no "Henry Jemison" listed in WikiTree profiles.
Find-A-Grave lists parents as Judge William and Elizabeth (Golding) Jennison of Watertown, Massachusetts (with Biographies).
↑ Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/52110040/abigail-baldwin: accessed 18 August 2022), memorial page for Abigail Jennison Baldwin (18 Dec 1702–12 Jun 1767), Find a Grave Memorial ID 52110040, citing North Cemetery, Wayland, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA; Maintained by Bill Boyington (contributor 46800933).
↑ Baldwin, Charles C. The Baldwin Genealogy 1500-1881. Cleveland, OH: Leader, 1881. Page 619.
Biography rewritten in full with inline sourcing and photo added by Baldwin descendant Carol Baldwin on 18 August 2022.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Abigail by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Abigail: