Census: 1820 in Monroe Co., OH, Ohio Twp.
Isaac Baldwin (Balding) between the age of 26/45 with five sons (4 under 10 and 2 10-16) and 1 daughter (under 10) and one female (26-45)
(Furnished by Gordon Paul)
LAND: In 1828, Isaac and Mary Baldwin sold some land to James Walton and the deed information shows they lived near Negro Run of Sunfish Creek. That creek empties into the Ohio River at Clarington. Isaac Baldwin must have died without a will prior to April 22, 1848, as The Spirit of Democracy of that date shows that George W. Durkee had been appointed as his administrator. According to a Durkee family Bible, George W. Durkee was married to Matilda Baldwin, July 4, 1841, so she was probably the female in the Isaac Baldwin family in the 1820 census and under 10 years of age.
(Source: Catherine Fedorchak, Family Research in Monroe County, undated)
PROBATE: Isaac Baldwin died, Abt. Apr 1848. The estate notice is dated, 22 Apr 1848, George W. Durkee, administrator. (George W. Durkee married Matilda Baldwin)
(Source: Norma Henthorn)
PROBATE: 22 Jul 1848, notice of probate, Isaac Baldwin estate. Wm. C. Walton appointed guardian of Isaac Baldwin, lunatic.
LAND: 24 Mar 1849, Book 11, p. 288, Monroe Co., OH, To Eli Baldwin, quit claim. From, Andrew and Maria Henthorn; George and Matilda Durkee; in consideration of the division of the farm formerly owned by Isaac Baldwin; Witnesses: Thomas Weston and Washington Foreman. Andrew and Mariah Henthorn each signed with an "X" and George and Matilda Durkee signed their names.
RESEARCHER: Mrs. Emanuel (Ruth) Baldwin of Beallsville, OH worked on the Baldwin family.