John Baker1

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Last Edited7 Mar 2020
Marriage*John Baker married Louisa Shier, daughter of John Shier, on 27 July 1865.1 

Family

Louisa Shier b. 1842, d. 1874
Children

Citations

  1. [S104] Ireland, Seclect Marriages, 1619 - 1898, online \, FHL Fim l No. 10182; Ref ID p349cn41.
  2. [S80] Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620 - 1911, online \, FHL Film No. 101219.

Joseph Wilfrid Baker

M, b. 1913
FatherPaul Baker
MotherClara Young
ChartsDescendents of Martin Shier (1770 - ?)
Last Edited8 Sep 2017
Name Variation Joseph Wilfrid Baker was also known as Wilfred Baker. 
Birth*He was born in 1913. 
He was the son of Paul Baker and Clara Young
Marriage*Joseph Wilfrid Baker married Tressa Eileen Atkins, daughter of William Atkins and Caroline Jane (Carrie) Shier, on 10 April 1935 in Tweed, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Tressa Eileen Atkins b. 20 July 1913

Julius Josiah Baker

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Last Edited18 Feb 2017

Family

Sarah Bertha McKnight
Child

Laura Baker

F, b. 29 July 1913
MotherHenrietta Shier b. 12 Nov 1871
Last Edited19 Feb 2020
Birth*Laura Baker was born on 29 July 1913 in Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.
She was the daughter of Henrietta Shier

Laura Minetta Baker

F, b. 15 August 1896, d. 20 December 1977
FatherWesley Edward Baker
MotherEliza Letitia Brethour
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited26 Feb 2017
Birth*Laura Minetta Baker was born on 15 August 1896 in Brock Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.
She was the daughter of Wesley Edward Baker and Eliza Letitia Brethour
Married Name As of 22 May 1918,her married name was St. John. 
Marriage*Laura Minetta Baker married Joseph Harold St. John, son of James Henry St. John and Margaret Jane Gregg, on 22 May 1918 in At the residence of the bride inBrock Twp, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.
Death*Laura Minetta Baker died on 20 December 1977 at age 81. 
Burial*She was buried in Brock Twp., St. John Cemetery, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Joseph Harold St. John b. 9 February 1889, d. 8 March 1982
Children

Louisa Jane Baker

F
FatherJohn Baker
MotherLouisa Shier b. 1842, d. 1874
Last Edited7 Mar 2020
Louisa Jane Baker was the daughter of John Baker and Louisa Shier

Margaret Bertha Baker

F, b. 1914
FatherArthur William Baker b. 9 Jan 1887, d. 15 Jan 1958
MotherAnnie Evelyn St. John b. 28 Jul 1892, d. 13 May 1992
Relationships5th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited26 Feb 2017
Birth*Margaret Bertha Baker was born in 1914. 
She was the daughter of Arthur William Baker and Annie Evelyn St. John
Married Name As of 1940,her married name was Woodward. 
Marriage*Margaret Bertha Baker married Norris Woodward in 1940. 

Family

Norris Woodward b. 1916

Mary Eleanor Baker

F, b. 1917
FatherArthur William Baker b. 9 Jan 1887, d. 15 Jan 1958
MotherAnnie Evelyn St. John b. 28 Jul 1892, d. 13 May 1992
Relationships5th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited26 Feb 2017
Birth*Mary Eleanor Baker was born in 1917. 
She was the daughter of Arthur William Baker and Annie Evelyn St. John
Married Name As of 1937,her married name was Rennie. 

Mary Jane Baker

F
Last Edited16 Nov 2015

Family

William Mitchell
Child

Nancy ANN Baker

F, b. 1802, d. 5 October 1890
Last Edited20 Apr 2021
Birth*Nancy ANN Baker was born in 1802. 
Marriage*She married Philip St. John, son of Philip Singein St. John and Anne Dolmage
Married NameHer married name was St. John. 
Death*Nancy ANN Baker died on 5 October 1890. 
Burial*She was buried in Brock Twp., St. John Cemetery, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Philip St. John b. 1791, d. 13 December 1874
Children

Oscar Wreford Baker

M, b. 1903, d. 1975
Last Edited3 Nov 2020
Birth*Oscar Wreford Baker was born in 1903. 
Marriage*He married Georgina Benelva McIlmurray, daughter of George McIlmurray and Dinah Shields, on 2 September 1925. 
Death*Oscar Wreford Baker died in 1975. 
Burial*He was buried in Brock Twp., St. John Cemetery, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.
Photo: leftheris

Family

Georgina Benelva McIlmurray b. 1907, d. 2000
Child

Paul Baker

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Last Edited8 Sep 2017

Family

Clara Young
Child

Phoebe Baker

F
Last Edited21 Apr 2019

Family

John Henry Faulds
Child

Raymond Baker

M
Last Edited14 Oct 2017

Family

Mabel Willet
Child

Wesley Baker

M, b. 21 February 1915
MotherHenrietta Shier b. 12 Nov 1871
Last Edited19 Feb 2020
Birth*Wesley Baker was born on 21 February 1915 in Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.
He was the son of Henrietta Shier

Wesley Edward Baker

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Last Edited18 Feb 2017

Family

Eliza Letitia Brethour
Child

William G. Baker

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Last Edited5 Aug 2020

Family

Katherine Ellison
Child

Benjamin Bakewell

M, b. February 1790
FatherJoseph Bakewell b. 1757, d. 19 Jan 1804
MotherMargaret Robson b. 1768, d. 19 Mar 1819
Relationships2nd great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Descendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited8 Mar 2015
Marriage*Benjamin Bakewell married Anne Unknown
Birth*Benjamin Bakewell was born in February 1790 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
He was the son of Joseph Bakewell and Margaret Robson

Family

Anne Unknown

George Bakewell

M, b. 16 December 1792, d. before 20 March 1819
FatherJoseph Bakewell b. 1757, d. 19 Jan 1804
MotherMargaret Robson b. 1768, d. 19 Mar 1819
Relationships2nd great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Descendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited8 Mar 2015
Birth*George Bakewell was born on 16 December 1792 in New York City, New York, United States
He was the son of Joseph Bakewell and Margaret Robson
Death*George Bakewell died before 20 March 1819. 

Joseph Bakewell

M, b. 1757, d. 19 January 1804
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Descendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited8 Mar 2015
Birth*Joseph Bakewell was born in 1757. 
Marriage*He married Margaret Robson, daughter of Benjamin Robson and Mary Shier
Death*Joseph Bakewell died on 19 January 1804 in Manhattan, New York, United States

Family

Margaret Robson b. 1768, d. 19 March 1819
Children

Mary Eleanor Bakewell

F, b. 1785
FatherJoseph Bakewell b. 1757, d. 19 Jan 1804
MotherMargaret Robson b. 1768, d. 19 Mar 1819
Relationships2nd great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Descendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited8 Mar 2015
Birth*Mary Eleanor Bakewell was born in 1785; Birth was between 1785 and 1790. 
She was the daughter of Joseph Bakewell and Margaret Robson

William Bakewell

M, b. 1787
FatherJoseph Bakewell b. 1757, d. 19 Jan 1804
MotherMargaret Robson b. 1768, d. 19 Mar 1819
Relationships2nd great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsHans Adam Schrier (1673 - 1758)
Descendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited8 Mar 2015
Birth*William Bakewell was born in 1787; Birth was between 1784 and 1790. 
He was the son of Joseph Bakewell and Margaret Robson
Marriage*William Bakewell married Eliza Unknown

Family

Eliza Unknown

Ida Jane Baldrow1

F, b. 5 September 1875
Last Edited16 May 2018
Birth*Ida Jane Baldrow was born on 5 September 1875 in Ontario, Canada
Married NameHer married name was Switzer. 
Marriage*She married William Edwin Switzer, son of William Henry Switzer and Arabella Margaret Teskey
(Witness) CensusIda Jane Baldrow appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of William Edwin Switzer in Marquette District, Manitoba, Canada

Family

William Edwin Switzer b. 29 June 1865, d. 7 July 1908
Children

Citations

  1. [S90] Manitoba, Marriage Index 1881 - 1937, online \, Marriage of WIlliam Edwin Switzer and Ida Jane Baldrow.

Amelius Baldwin

M, b. 1844
FatherWilliam Augustus Baldwin b. 4 Sep 1808, d. 14 Jun 1883
MotherMargaret Fry b. 13 Sep 1834, d. 21 Dec 1909
Relationship4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited23 Nov 2019
Birth*Amelius Baldwin was born in 1844. 
He was the son of William Augustus Baldwin and Margaret Fry
Marriage*Amelius Baldwin married Susie Cotterill, daughter of Samuel Cotterill and Margaret Frances Unknown, on 13 September 1883 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Susie Cotterill b. 1862

Andrew BENNETT (Ben) Baldwin

M, b. 1 August 1930, d. 7 July 2017
Bennett (Ben) Baldwin (1930 - 2017)
Photo Credit: Adams Funeral Home Ltd.
FatherHarold David Baldwin b. 16 Feb 1902, d. 3 Dec 1966
MotherMary Kathleen Cody
Relationships7th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
7th cousin 1 time removed of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited9 May 2020
Name Variation Andrew BENNETT (Ben) Baldwin was also known as Bennett Baldwin. 
Birth*He was born on 1 August 1930. 
He was the son of Harold David Baldwin and Mary Kathleen Cody
Fact 1Fifty years ago this week, prospectors first drilled for zinc outside of Bathurst. What they found led to the creation of one of the biggest zinc mines in the world.
It all started with a fluke discovery made by one University of New Brunswick student.
Today, Ben Baldwin spends time pruning the raspberry bushes on his farm in Miramichi. But 50 years ago, he was working on a thesis for his Masters in Geology. His professor asked him to analyze some rocks that had been sitting around his office for 10 years.
Baldwin's discovery surprised them both. "The first time I looked at the rocks under the microscope, I saw lead and zinc mineralization."
The rocks came from an old iron mine outside of Bathurst. What Baldwin didn't realize was that his find would eventually lead to a multi-million- dollar mining operation.
Bathurst City Councillor Hugh Comeau says the mine sparked a booming community. "It's been the most important thing that ever happened to Bathurst. When the mines were discovered, everybody swarmed Bathurst and it just kept going and going."
But it won't go on forever. The zinc is almost gone and the mines will close in five to seven years.
"In 50 years it's gone from zero back to almost zero again, which is unfortunate," says Baldwin.
But the geologist-turned-farmer hasn't given up hope yet. When he's not working on his farm, Baldwin does exploration work with an American company ? always hoping to make another chance discovery.

Posted by CBC. News. 
Fact 1Bennett Baldwin celebrated.
The Northern Miner
July 13, 2015
Death*Andrew BENNETT (Ben) Baldwin died on 7 July 2017 in Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada, at age 86; Ben died peacefully at home on July 7, 2017. He is survived by his wife Inka Milewski, daughter Carolyn (Beric) Evans, sons Kim and Gordon (Sheila Randle), eight grandchildren (Gareth, Sarah, Scott, Nick, Kevin, Lauren, Cody, Will), three great grandchildren (Thomas, Hunter, Bennett), nieces, nephews and in-laws.  Ben also had many friends and colleagues in geology, prospecting, farming, woodlot, and environmental organizations.
The family would like to extend their gratitude to Dr. Kris Wierzchoslawski, the staff at the Miramichi Extra-Mural  Program and Miramichi Medical Supplies for helping to keep Ben comfortable at home. The love and support of family, friends and neighbours is also deeply appreciated. A special thank you to Grace, Heike, Boris, Anna, Linda, Robert and Van for all their kindness and help.
There will be no visitation or memorial service. A private event will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, and if you wish, donations in memory of Ben can be made to the charity of your choice. 
Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Adams Funeral Home Ltd., 140 King St., Miramichi, telephone 773-3492 or messages of condolence may be sent online to www.adamsfh.ca.

 
Fact 1*Ben Baldwin will forever be remembered by many Miramichiers and New Brunswickers as the farmer who used his scientific knowledge to take on the polluters of Miramichi. Ben died peacefully at his home in Miramichi on July 7, 2017 at the age of 86.
founder of the Miramichi Environmental Society and a former board member of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick, Ben was a geologist and an environmentalist when being an environmentalist wasn’t cool nor easy.

An edition of Harrowsmith magazine from 1991 features Ben in its hometown hero series. Ben told the reporter, “Somebody has to speak out. It’s nothing particularly heroic on my part. I care about what’s happening. You get disgusted, and it takes a lot of physical energy. But as long as we live here, we can’t avoid being involved in environmental issues. We breathe the air too; we can’t just sit back and ignore the stink.”
almost immediately upon his return from Western Canada to live a life on his family farm in Miramichi in 1985, Ben soon responded to remedy a local farmer’s concerns of chemicals oozing onto her property from the Domtar Wood Preserving Plant, and then to a long list of other environmental problems plaguing Miramichi.

“Ben was a big guy with a big heart who stood up for what he believed in. I had the good fortune to know Ben as a friend, and my life is the richer for it,” wrote David Coon, who worked with Ben during both their time with the Conservation Council of New Brunswick.
earliest memory of Ben is of my dad, Donald Glynn, and Ben talking about their vegetables at the Miramichi Agricultural Exhibition on a hot summer day in August. Ben’s vegetables from Spruce Shade Farms almost always took first prize. Whenever dad spoke of Ben, it was always with such respect — an admiration shared by many across the province.
was the partner of Inka Milewski, the Conservation Council’s former science advisor. The Conservation Council family expresses condolences and love to Inka and Ben’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

From the New Brunswick Environmental Network. 

Anna Mae Baldwin

F, b. 1920, d. 4 January 2013
FatherMorton Edgar Baldwin b. 10 Jan 1871, d. 24 Apr 1952
MotherJessie Ethel Louise Armstrong b. 5 Sep 1880, d. 25 Dec 1978
Relationships6th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
7th cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited9 Aug 2018
Birth*Anna Mae Baldwin was born in 1920 in New Brunswick, Canada
She was the daughter of Morton Edgar Baldwin and Jessie Ethel Louise Armstrong
(Witness) CensusAnna Mae Baldwin appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Morton Edgar Baldwin in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada
Married Name As of 22 August 1944,her married name was MacKenzie. 
Marriage*Anna Mae Baldwin married Gerald Allan MacKenzie, son of Donald MacKenzie and Olive Unknown, on 22 August 1944. 
Death*Anna Mae Baldwin died on 4 January 2013 in Markham, York County, Ontario, Canada; ANNA MAE MACKENZIE Peacefully at her home in Markham, Ontario, on Friday, January 4, 2013, in her 94th year. Wife of the late Gerald Mackenzie. Dear mother of Geraldine Jacobs and the late Marilyn, Graham and Roderick. Loving grandmother of Steven, Brent, Paul, and great-grandmother of Anna, Samantha, Christopher, Ryan and Reid. She is survived by her sister Marjorie Hawkes. Friends will be received at the Dixon-Garland Funeral Home, 166 Main St. N. (Markham Road) Markham Ontario on Tuesday, January 8, 2013, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Service in Grace Anglican Church, 19 Parkway Ave., Markham on Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer's Society would be appreciated.
As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 07, 2013. 

Family

Gerald Allan MacKenzie b. 13 August 1916, d. 30 August 2006
Children

Augusta Elizabeth Baldwin

F, b. 30 December 1831, d. 1905
FatherHon. Robert Baldwin b. 12 May 1804, d. 9 Dec 1858
MotherAugusta Eliza (Elizabeth) Sullivan d. 11 Jan 1836
Relationship4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited10 Aug 2018
Birth*Augusta Elizabeth Baldwin was born on 30 December 1831. 
She was the daughter of Hon. Robert Baldwin and Augusta Eliza (Elizabeth) Sullivan
Married Name As of 4 February 1851,her married name was Ross. 
Marriage*Augusta Elizabeth Baldwin married Hon. John Ross on 4 February 1851 in St. James Cathedral, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Augusta Elizabeth Baldwin died in 1905. 

Family

Hon. John Ross b. 10 March 1818, d. 31 January 1871
Children

Augustus Warren Baldwin

M, b. 1 October 1776, d. 5 January 1866
FatherCol. Robert Warren Baldwin b. 1748, d. 24 Nov 1816
MotherBarbara Spread b. 1748, d. 1791
Relationship2nd cousin 5 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited20 Apr 2020
Birth*Augustus Warren Baldwin was born on 1 October 1776 in Lisnagat, Cork, Ireland
He was the son of Col. Robert Warren Baldwin and Barbara Spread
Fact 1*Augustus Warren Baldwin (October 1, 1776 – January 5, 1866) was a naval officer and political figure in Upper Canada.was born near Lisnagat in County Cork, Ireland in 1776 and joined the merchant navy in 1792, eventually being given command of his own ship. He retired to Upper Canada near York (Toronto) in 1817. He named his estate Russell Hill after his family's farm in Ireland. In 1822, he became a magistrate of the Home District. In 1832, he was appointed to the Legislative Council for the province. When the Executive Council resigned to protest actions taken by Lieutenant Governor Sir Francis Bond Head, Baldwin accepted an appointment as a new member of the council. In 1841, he was re-appointed to the Legislative Council of the Province of Canada, but he resigned some time later. He was a director of the Bank of Upper Canada and the British America Assurance Company. Although retired from the navy, he was promoted to admiral in 1862.his brother William Warren Baldwin and his nephew Robert Baldwin, Augustus was conservative in his politics.died on his estate near Toronto in 1866. 
Death*Augustus Warren Baldwin died on 5 January 1866 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada, at age 89. 

Baby Girl Baldwin

F, b. 23 July 1880
FatherRobert Baldwin b. 17 Apr 1834, d. 1885
MotherElizabeth Mary Walker b. 18 Sep 1843, d. 1903
Relationship5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited7 Nov 2013
Birth*Baby Girl Baldwin was born on 23 July 1880 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of Robert Baldwin and Elizabeth Mary Walker

Barbara Spread Baldwin

F, b. 1770, d. 1853
FatherCol. Robert Warren Baldwin b. 1748, d. 24 Nov 1816
MotherBarbara Spread b. 1748, d. 1791
Relationship2nd cousin 5 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited19 Apr 2020
Birth*Barbara Spread Baldwin was born in 1770. 
She was the daughter of Col. Robert Warren Baldwin and Barbara Spread
Married NameHer married name was Sullivan. 
Marriage*Barbara Spread Baldwin married Daniel Sullivan
Burial*Barbara Spread Baldwin was buried in St. James Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Ireland; She was originally buried at Baldwin Burial Grounds, Queens Park. 
Death*She died in 1853. 

Family

Daniel Sullivan d. 1822
Children

Charles MacLeod Baldwin

M, b. 24 January 1876, d. 10 May 1948
FatherWilliam Augustus Baldwin b. 4 Sep 1808, d. 14 Jun 1883
MotherMargaret Fry b. 13 Sep 1834, d. 21 Dec 1909
Relationship4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited17 Apr 2020
Birth*Charles MacLeod Baldwin was born on 24 January 1876 in York Twp., York County, Ontario, Canada.
He was the son of William Augustus Baldwin and Margaret Fry
(Witness) CensusCharles MacLeod Baldwin appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of William Augustus Baldwin in York County, Ontario, Canada
Fact 1*Charles MacLeod Baldwin was a banker. 
Marriage*Charles MacLeod Baldwin married Mary Craven Laycock, daughter of Hartley Laycock, on 2 September 1903 in Elgin County, Ontario, Canada.
Death*Charles MacLeod Baldwin died on 10 May 1948 at age 72. 
Burial*He was buried in St. James Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.
Photo Credit: SHelley
Findagrave Mem # 179912913

Family

Mary Craven Laycock b. 1878
Children

Donald MacLeod Baldwin

M, b. 27 October 1906, d. 1985
FatherCharles MacLeod Baldwin b. 24 Jan 1876, d. 10 May 1948
MotherMary Craven Laycock b. 1878
Relationship5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited18 Apr 2020
Birth*Donald MacLeod Baldwin was born on 27 October 1906 in St. Thomas, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada.
He was the son of Charles MacLeod Baldwin and Mary Craven Laycock
Marriage*Donald MacLeod Baldwin married Cynthia Ellsworth Allen on 3 December 1932 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.
Death*Donald MacLeod Baldwin died in 1985 in Ontario, Canada
Burial*He was buried in St. John's Anglican Cemetery, Cavan, Peterborough County, Ontario, Canada.
Findagrave Mem # 73016124

Family

Cynthia Ellsworth Allen b. 1908, d. 1974

Donald Morton Baldwin

M, b. 8 May 1917, d. 17 February 2011
FatherMorton Edgar Baldwin b. 10 Jan 1871, d. 24 Apr 1952
MotherJessie Ethel Louise Armstrong b. 5 Sep 1880, d. 25 Dec 1978
Relationships6th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
7th cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited31 Dec 2020
Name Variation Donald Morton Baldwin was also known as Pete Baldwin. 
Birth*He was born on 8 May 1917 in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada
He was the son of Morton Edgar Baldwin and Jessie Ethel Louise Armstrong
(Witness) CensusDonald Morton Baldwin appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Morton Edgar Baldwin in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*Donald Morton Baldwin married Dorothea Spinney, daughter of John Oliver Spinney and Bettie Robertson, in 1957. 
Death*Donald Morton Baldwin died on 17 February 2011 in St. Stephen, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada, at age 93; At the Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen NB on February 17, 2011, Mr. Donald "Pete" Morton Baldwin, husband of Mrs. Dorothea (Spinney) Baldwin of St. George NB. Born at St. George NB on May 8, 1917, he was a son of the late Morton and Jessie (Armstrong) Baldwin. A loving husband, father, grandfather and brother, in addition to his wife, Dorothea, he is survived by one son, John (Susan) Baldwin of Fredericton NB, two daughters; Jane (Brian) Slaunwhite of Lower Sackville NS and Beth (Darrell) Bradbury of London ON, two grandsons; Jeffrey Slaunwhite of Red Deer AB and Matthew Slaunwhite of Lower Sackville NS, two sisters; Marjorie Hawkes of Fredericton NB and Anna MacKenzie of Toronto ON and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Pete was predeceased by brothers; Harold, Edgar and Oscar and by his sisters; Helen Rubin, Bessie Baldwin, Marian Baldwin and Florence Trynor.

Prior to his retirement, Pete worked as a building inspector for CMHC. He was a veteran who served as a member of the R.C.A.F. and served overseas during World War II with the R.A.F. as a Bomber Navigator. He was an avid card player who enjoyed a good hand of cribbage or bridge and was also an avid curler and was a member of the St. George Curling Club. In his quiet time, he enjoyed tending to his vegetable garden. When he had better vision, Pete enjoyed to play golf and liked watching sports. He was a member of St. Mark's Anglican Church, St. George NB, Royal Canadian Legion, Branch # 40, St. George NB and the Hiram & Lebanon Lodge, # 3, AF&AM, Summerside PEI.

Resting at the St. George Funeral Home & Crematorium (755-3533), 26 Portage Street, St. George, NB with visiting on Saturday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The service will be held at St. Mark's Anglican Church, St. George NB on Sunday at 2 pm with Rev. Mary Ann Langmaid officiating. The interment will take place at the St. George Rural Cemetery in the spring. In Pete's memory, donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association, or to a charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated by the family. A reception will be held at the church following the service. 
Burial*He was buried in St. George Rural Cemetery, St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada.1
Photo Credit: Gabbro
Findagrave Mem# 132899285

Family

Dorothea Spinney b. 22 April 1922

Citations

  1. [S17] Unknown author, findagrave.com (n.p.: n.pub.), Memorial # 132899270.

Dorothy Mary Yarwood Baldwin

F, b. 10 October 1891, d. 30 May 1918
FatherRobert Willcocks Yarwood Baldwin b. 1865
MotherMary Flemming Armstrong b. 1867
Relationship5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited20 Jun 2020
Birth*Dorothy Mary Yarwood Baldwin was born on 10 October 1891 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.
She was the daughter of Robert Willcocks Yarwood Baldwin and Mary Flemming Armstrong
Death*Dorothy Mary Yarwood Baldwin died on 30 May 1918 in Canadian Stationary Hospital No. 3, Doullens, France, at age 26.
Burial*She was buried in Bagneux British Cemetery, Doullens, France; Dorothy Mary Yarwood Baldwin is commemorated on Page 363 of the First World War Book of Remembrance in the Peace Tower, Ottawa.

Her name is also inscribed on her grandparents stone in St. James Cemetery, Toronto.

Rev. Canon Edmund Baldwin

M
FatherJohn Spread Baldwin b. 13 Oct 1787, d. 10 Mar 1843
MotherAnne Shaw b. 29 Jun 1798
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited14 Dec 2019
Marriage*Rev. Canon Edmund Baldwin married Frances Jemima Grasett
Rev. Canon Edmund Baldwin was the son of John Spread Baldwin and Anne Shaw

Family

Frances Jemima Grasett
Child

Dr. Edmund St. George Baldwin

M, b. October 1851, d. 31 August 1931
FatherRev. Canon Edmund Baldwin
MotherFrances Jemima Grasett
Relationship4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited11 Jan 2020
Birth*Dr. Edmund St. George Baldwin was born in October 1851 in Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Rev. Canon Edmund Baldwin and Frances Jemima Grasett
Occupation*Dr. Edmund St. George Baldwin was a medical doctor. His degrees included M.B., C.M.Edin.1 
Marriage*He married Louisa Helen Montizambert on 3 January 1899 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.
CensusDr. Edmund St. George Baldwin appeared on the census of 1911 in Toronto (Ward 4), York County, Ontario, Canada
Census*He appeared on the census of 1921 in Toronto (Ward 4), York County, Ontario, Canada; Two domestics were also residents in the home. 
Death*He died on 31 August 1931 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada, at age 79. 
Burial*He was buried in St. James Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.
Photo Credit: Islington
Findagrave Mem. 104164885

Family

Louisa Helen Montizambert b. 4 July 1850, d. 21 July 1927

Citations

  1. [S17] Unknown author, findagrave.com (n.p.: n.pub.), Findagrave Mem# 104164885.

Eliza-Jane-MacQueen Baldwin

F, b. 1855, d. 1931
FatherWilliam Willcocks Baldwin b. 20 May 1830, d. 19 Nov 1893
MotherEliza MacDougall b. 18 Nov 1830, d. 27 Sep 1855
Relationship4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited21 Jun 2020
Birth*Eliza-Jane-MacQueen Baldwin was born in 1855. 
She was the daughter of William Willcocks Baldwin and Eliza MacDougall
Married Name As of 10 June 1880,her married name was Whitney. 
Marriage*Eliza-Jane-MacQueen Baldwin married Clarence Thomas Whitney on 10 June 1880. 
Death*Eliza-Jane-MacQueen Baldwin died in 1931. 
Burial*She was buried in St. James Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Clarence Thomas Whitney

Elizabeth Baldwin

F, b. 1915
FatherFrederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin b. 2 Jan 1882, d. 7 Aug 1948
Relationship6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Jan 2016
Birth*Elizabeth Baldwin was born in 1915 in Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of Frederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin
(Witness) CensusElizabeth Baldwin appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Frederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin in Beina Bhreagh, Cape Breton North and Victoria, Nova Scotia, Canada

Elizabeth ALexandra MacLeod Baldwin

F, b. 1856, d. 3 April 1935
FatherWilliam Augustus Baldwin b. 4 Sep 1808, d. 14 Jun 1883
MotherMargaret Fry b. 13 Sep 1834, d. 21 Dec 1909
Relationship4th cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited23 Nov 2019
Birth*Elizabeth ALexandra MacLeod Baldwin was born in 1856. 
She was the daughter of William Augustus Baldwin and Margaret Fry
Death*Elizabeth ALexandra MacLeod Baldwin died on 3 April 1935 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.
Fact 1*Elizabeth Alexandra Baldwin never married. 
Burial*She was buried in St. James Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada

Elizabeth Craven Baldwin

F, b. 27 May 1909
FatherCharles MacLeod Baldwin b. 24 Jan 1876, d. 10 May 1948
MotherMary Craven Laycock b. 1878
Relationship5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited17 Apr 2020
Birth*Elizabeth Craven Baldwin was born on 27 May 1909 in St. Thomas, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada.
She was the daughter of Charles MacLeod Baldwin and Mary Craven Laycock

Elizabeth Mary Baldwin

F, b. 24 May 1878, d. 3 February 1956
FatherRobert Baldwin b. 17 Apr 1834, d. 1885
MotherElizabeth Mary Walker b. 18 Sep 1843, d. 1903
Relationship5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited17 Aug 2019
Birth*Elizabeth Mary Baldwin was born on 24 May 1878 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.
She was the daughter of Robert Baldwin and Elizabeth Mary Walker
(Witness) CensusElizabeth Mary Baldwin appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Elizabeth Mary Walker in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Married Name As of 23 September 1902,her married name was Barr. 
Marriage*Elizabeth Mary Baldwin married Rev. Adam Fordyce Barr, son of Charles Denroche Barr and Elizabeth Henrietta Young, on 23 September 1902 in York County, Ontario, Canada.
(Witness) CensusElizabeth Mary Baldwin appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Rev. Adam Fordyce Barr in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Elizabeth Mary Baldwin died on 3 February 1956 at age 77. 
Burial*She was buried in St. James Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Rev. Adam Fordyce Barr b. 1874, d. 26 March 1940
Children

Frederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin

M, b. 2 January 1882, d. 7 August 1948
Frederick Walker (Casey) Baldwin (1882 - 19480
FatherRobert Baldwin b. 17 Apr 1834, d. 1885
MotherElizabeth Mary Walker b. 18 Sep 1843, d. 1903
Relationship5th cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited6 Dec 2018
Name Variation Frederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin was also known as Casey Baldwin. 
Birth*He was born on 2 January 1882 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Robert Baldwin and Elizabeth Mary Walker
(Witness) CensusFrederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Elizabeth Mary Walker in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Fact 3*Frederick Walker (Casey) Baldwin graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in electrical and mechanical engineering. 
Fact 1 (an unknown value.)
The Star-Gazette, Elmira, New York, Mar 12, 2008
Fact 1*Became the first Canadian and person in the British Empire to fly an airplane. The flight took place at Lake Keuka, New York State. Subsequently his good friend, Douglas McCurdy, became the first person to fly a plane in Canada. 
Occupation*Frederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin was an engineer. in 1920. 
Census*He appeared on the census of 1921 in Beina Bhreagh, Cape Breton North and Victoria, Nova Scotia, Canada
Fact 1He represented Victoria Riding in the Nova Scotia legislature from 1933 - 1937.
Fact 1Casey Baldwin travelled to Ottawa to appear before the Senate Special Tourist Committee.
Ottawa Journal, May 16, 1934
Death*He died on 7 August 1948 in Beina Bhreagh, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 66.
The Windsor Daily Star, Aug 9, 1948
Fact 1The F.W. (Casey) Baldwin Award was introduced in 1957 by the Canadian Aeronautical Institute, in memory of Fredrick W. Baldwin. The award is presented for the best article published in the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Journal during the preceding calendar year. 
Fact 1Frederik Walker (Casey) Baldwin was posthumously inducted into the Canadian Aviation Hall of fame upon its creation. 
Fact 1From the Pembroke Daily Observer, Nov. 8, 2008

HALIFAX -On a crisp winter day 100 years ago, a team of aspiring aeronautical pioneers rolled an unusual contraption out onto the ice of Keuka Lake.
Nervously rubbing his hands, Casey Baldwin inhaled a deep breath of frosty air and then climbed into the cockpit of what was then called a "heavier-than-air machine."
The fledgling Aerial Experiment Association (AEA) had come to the ice covered shores off Hammondsport, New York to test its inaugural aircraft, the "Red Wing" -a biplane constructed out of bamboo wood and red silk.
It was not the lake, however, that drew them to upstate New York, but a man named Glenn Curtiss. The American businessman, who became a partner in the Canadian aeronautical research group, manufactured single cylinder internal combustion engines. The association was trying to solve the biggest problem of early flight -the power-to-weight ratio. They believed the Curtiss engine was the answer.
Sitting in the pilot's seat, an ordinary kitchen chair with the legs sawed off, Mr. Baldwin shouted instructions to the ground crew. As they pushed the Red Wing on its runners, the little engine fired. With the motor at full throttle, the craft lifted off, sailed effortlessly for 319 feet (97 metres) and then landed without incident.
The second flight, some 120 feet, ended in a crash, but it didn't matter. On March 12, 1908, Frederick Walker "Casey" Baldwin made history becoming the first Canadian to escape gravity and pilot an airplane. At the same time, the AEA had accomplished another important milestone. While few saw the Wright Brothers fly at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina five years earlier, the Red Wing's two jaunts into the air were the first public demonstrations of power aircraft flight in the United States.
Here in the Ottawa Valley, Casey Baldwin will forever be linked to the test flights of the Silver Dart at Camp Petawawa back in the summer of 1909. He and fellow engineering student John Douglas McCurdy conducted the first passenger flight in Canada at Petawawa.
As we approach the centennial of the Silver Dart's historic flight, one man says few appreciate what Mr. Baldwin's greatest accomplishment in aviation was. Yet, no aircraft, from a Cessna to the latest Airbus, could fly without his invention.
"The aileron is the greatest contribution to aviation," insists Casey Baldwin, the grandson of the late engineer and pilot.
Discussing his grandfather's legacy with The Daily Observer, Mr. Baldwin says he can understand historians overlooking the aileron. The 65-year-old grew up learning all about the man he still calls "Casey" and the storied friendship his grandfather had with Canada's greatest scientist, Alexander Graham Bell.
"I realized by the age of 10 the extraordinary things that granddad had worked on with his friend, Dr. Bell," Mr. Baldwin remarks with an air of poignancy.
Sitting in his Halifax apartment, he sips his second cup of coffee of the day and leafs through some old records cataloguing his grandfather's accomplishments.
It's a family connection that Mr. Baldwin continues to foster. Although he rarely grants interviews, the veteran newsman occasionally assists documentary filmmakers and lends his expertise to museums and aeronautical associations. He still maintains the family home on the grounds of the famous Bell estate at Beinn Bhreagh near Baddeck, Nova Scotia.
It was here on the shores of the Bras d'Or Lake that the AEA was formed. In 1906, Frederick Baldwin, then 24, graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in electrical and mechanical engineering and moved to Baddeck to work for Dr. Bell. The AEA charter was written after Dr. Bell's wife, Mabel, agreed to finance the venture with $20,000 of her own money. It was an investment that paid off.
Ailerons, the hinged control surfaces attached to the trailing of the wing on an aircraft, are used to control the plane in a roll. The lack of lateral control complicated the flight of the Red Wing. The AEA intended to correct this with the plane's successor, the "White Wing".
Three months after his historic flight, he was ready to test the aileron theory. Strapped in a harness, Mr. Baldwin piloted the craft using a joystick to control the aircraft. A yoke attached to the harness maneouvred flaps, or ailerons, at the end of each wing. When the pilot leaned to the right, the aileron on the left wing eased down allowing the biplane to execute a right bank.
Mr. Baldwin calls his grandfather's early flights at Hammondsport the "critical breakthrough" that made aviation what it is today. Unfortunately, Mr. Curtiss engaged in a major multi-million dollar legal battle with Orville and Wilbur Wright over the patent for the aileron. The case was still in the courts by 1917 when a settlement was reached whereby the U. S. government bought both parties out to make the patent universal.
Mr. Baldwin notes the ailerons used by the Wright Brothers were crude in comparison.
"Instead of the elegant little ailerons invented by the AEA, the Wright brothers twisted or warped the entire wing," he explains. "They needed a complex system to twist the wings in either direction."
His grandfather followed up the White Wing with construction of the "June Bug", which won him the prestigious Scientific American Award for making the first official onekilometre flight in North America. It was the AEA's next project, and Mr. Baldwin's fourth airplane, that garnered the most attention, especially in Canada.
The Silver Dart actually flew 10 times at Hammondsport after its initial flight on Dec. 6, 1908. Then, Dr. Bell ordered Mr. Baldwin and Mr. McCurdy to ship the craft to Baddeck.
"Dr. Bell wanted one of the machines flown in Canada," explains Mr. Baldwin.
On Feb. 23, 1909, the Silver Dart made the first controlled powered flight in Canada, and within the British Dominion, when it soared for half a mile over Bras d'Or Lake. Mr. McCurdy was at the controls.
In 1959, Mr. Baldwin watched a re-enactment of that famous flight. Broadcast live on CBC television, he remembers locals and dignitaries crowding the shores to catch a glimpse of the Silver Dart replica, piloted by Royal Canadian Air Force pilot Paul Hartling.
"It was a howling blizzard," he recalls. "He took off in this vicious crosswind, got up 150 feet and was nailed by a gust. The plane crashed on its starboard wing, but the pilot walked away."
Although the AEA disbanded after the Silver Dart's Bras d'Or Lake appearance, Mr. Baldwin's grandfather and Mr. McCurdy ploring the possibilities of powered flight. They built two additional planes, the "Baddeck I" and the "Baddeck II" and prevailed upon the federal government to observe tests of their aircraft hoping they would recognize their military value. Those tests were scheduled for the summer at the newly established Camp Petawawa. As Mr. Baldwin notes, however, his grandfather had a tough selling job.
"Few in high places in Ottawa were interested in the demonstrations for the general opinion was that airplanes were of little practical use in warfare," explains Mr. Baldwin.
Petawawa was a less than suitable site, however, the partners accepted the Militia Department's invitation to conduct the tests there. The sandy landing strip at the camp would prove difficult for the aircraft, now equipped with landing gears made of two-inch tires.
"The sandy terrain at Petawawa was quite unfit for these early vintage machines," adds Mr. Baldwin. "In spite of these handicaps, four successful flights were accomplished."
Shortly after 5 a. m. on Aug. 2, 1909, the Silver Dart, with Mr. McCurdy piloting, floated down the open field and rose into the air attaining a speed of 40 miles an hour. Military brass and a small crowd of bureaucrats observed the initial flight with interest. After the biplane landed, Mr. Baldwin joined McCurdy in turning the craft around, and then jumped on board behind the pilot for a second sojourn into the skies, rising 10 feet off the ground. Little did they know that they were making the first passenger flight in Canadian history.
"They fought so hard to get one man up," Mr. Baldwin says of the unexpected milestone his grandfather achieved at Petawawa. "Getting two men up was notable. I mean now the new Airbus-180 can carry 600 people."
The two men made a third flight (with a mechanic also on board) and then a fourth. When Mr. McCurdy tried to land after the fifth flight, one of the plane's wheels struck a knoll. The right wing touched the ground and was torn from the undercarriage. While the partners were uninjured in the crash, the damage had been done. The Silver Dart never flew again.
A few days later, the two men and their technicians assembled the Baddeck I. On Aug. 12, the plane made one flight with the deputy minister of defence watching. Like the Silver Dart, it was heavily damaged upon landing. That ended the Petawawa demonstrations, however, military officials were impressed enough to recommend the government actively pursue the formation of a Canadian air force. Although it took politicians a little longer to act on the recommendation, Mr. Baldwin feels his grandfather's work set the groundwork.
"Even though official Ottawa was shortsighted, the Petawawa military trials made a vital contribution to both the civilian and military explosion in aircraft development," he notes.
After Petawawa, Mr. Baldwin's grandfather turned his attention to the water. Coming from a seafaring family, he sought to make seagoing travel much faster. The inspiration for the hydrofoil, what Mr. Baldwin still calls his grandfather's most notable scientific contribution, came during a world-wide trip the Baldwins, Casey and wife Cathlene, took with the Bells.
"While sitting at an Italian waterfront café, they saw the most amazing sight. A motorboat roared by them with its hull on stilts," Mr. Baldwin explained.
The contraption, driven by a man named Enrico Forlanini, fascinated the two inventors. They took rides on the "the Forlanini boat" and decided this would be their next project. Returning to Baddeck, they began experimenting with boats that used ladders, or hydrofoils. The principal is that as the craft increases its speed the hydrofoils raise the boat's hull out of the water thus reducing the boat's drag.
Their efforts resulted in the HD-4 Hydrofoil. On the first test of the HD-4, Mr. Baldwin achieved a speed of 87 kilometres an hour. The craft accelerated rapidly, steered well and was stable. Dr. Bell submitted test results to the United States navy who gave him two 260-kilowatt (350 horsepower) engines.
On Sept. 19, 1919, the HD-4 set a world marine speed record of 114 kilometres an hour, a milestone that stood for 10 years. Although it was not a commercial success, Mr. Baldwin ilding watercraft and experimenting with hydrofoils after Dr. Bell's death in 1921. He was elected to Nova Scotia's provincial legislature in 1933.
Today, Mr. Baldwin has no strong memories of his grandfather, who died in 1948. He does, however, recall his grandfather's passing with some clarity. He remembers that summer flying into Baddeck from Seattle, Washington, where his family resided at the time. Mr. Baldwin, then five years old, raced into the house at Beinn Bhreagh not knowing that his grandfather had passed away while they were in transit.
"With great excitement, I ran into granddad's study. I was shocked to a standstill," he recalls. "On his beautiful old drafting table where he designed so many aircraft and hydrofoils was a large wooden coffin."
Mr. Baldwin steered clear of the family business deciding instead to embark on a remarkable career in journalism. He has been employed in all three disciplines, print, radio and television. He worked as a cub reporter on London's Fleet Street and also enjoyed stints at the CBC, CTV and Maclean's magazine.
Mr. Baldwin has interviewed many prolific figures in his time. He recalls talking with Pierre Trudeau when the incumbent prime minister was running for re-election in 1972. Standing underneath a tree in a fruit grove in British Columbia, Mr. Trudeau joggled apples during the entire interview. Mr. Baldwin found that Mr. Trudeau possessed one of the greatest intellects he'd ever seen.
He also remembers American businessman Ted Turner telling him in 1977 he was toying with starting up an all-news network. The idea eventually became the Cable News Network or CNN. However, his proudest piece was an interview he did with the late Carl Sagan, whom he once shadowed during the Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs.
"I squeezed his brain for all it was worth," Mr. Baldwin notes.
Mr. Baldwin did embrace the family's natural love of the sea. An avid racer, he once sailed with the America's Cup Team and has crossed the North Atlantic twice -solo.
This month, he plans to navigate the Atlantic's autumn gales when he joins a crew for a sailing expedition from Halifax to Rhode Island.
No matter the adventures he undertakes, Mr. Baldwin always remembers his famous namesake, the grandfather who challenged science and made his contribution to Canadian and world history.
"In the past, you would hear an Englishman say 'he was an allrounder'," smiles Mr. Baldwin leaning back in his chair. "Well, Casey was a remarkable allrounder."
 

Family

Children

Gordon St. George Baldwin

M, b. 23 February 1914
FatherSt. George Pentland Baldwin b. 26 Feb 1885, d. 19 Feb 1960
MotherCharlotte ELLA Poston b. 16 May 1886, d. 24 Apr 1958
Relationship6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited27 Dec 2020
Birth*Gordon St. George Baldwin was born on 23 February 1914 in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
He was the son of St. George Pentland Baldwin and Charlotte ELLA Poston
Marriage*Gordon St. George Baldwin married Elizabeth Patterson, daughter of Arthur Patterson and Georgia Hitchcock, on 9 October 1942 in St. John's Cathedral, Spokane, Washington, United States.

Family

Elizabeth Patterson b. 1908

Hanna Henrietta Baldwin

F, b. 1872, d. 1947
FatherHenry Baldwin
MotherHannah Unknown
ChartsDescendants of Jacob Shier Jr. (1775 - 1845) and Anne Sparling
Last Edited5 May 2020
Birth*Hanna Henrietta Baldwin was born in 1872. 
She was the daughter of Henry Baldwin and Hannah Unknown
Married Name As of 28 December 1892,her married name was Burgess. 
Marriage*Hanna Henrietta Baldwin married Adam Clarke Burgess, son of William Burgess and Annie Sparling Shier, on 28 December 1892 in Dalston, Ontario, Canada.1
Death*Hanna Henrietta Baldwin died in 1947. 
Burial*She was buried in Grove Cemetery, Dundas, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Adam Clarke Burgess b. 19 February 1870, d. 1957
Children

Citations

  1. [S86] Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1826 - 1936, online \, Marriage of Adam Clark Burgess and Hannah H. Baldwin.

Harold Daniel Baldwin

M, b. 16 June 1894, d. 1983
FatherWilliam Henry Baldwin b. 1 Mar 1861, d. 28 Feb 1938
MotherHelen E. Irving b. 1862, d. 1951
Last Edited30 Dec 2020
Birth*Harold Daniel Baldwin was born on 16 June 1894 in Chatham, New Brunswick, Canada.
He was the son of William Henry Baldwin and Helen E. Irving
(Witness) CensusHarold Daniel Baldwin appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of William Henry Baldwin in Chatham, New Brunswick, Canada
MarriageHarold Daniel Baldwin married Mary Kathleen Cody, daughter of Peter White Cody and Dawney White, on 22 June 1921 in Centreville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada.
Death*Harold Daniel Baldwin died in 1983. 

Harold David Baldwin

M, b. 16 February 1902, d. 3 December 1966
FatherMorton Edgar Baldwin b. 10 Jan 1871, d. 24 Apr 1952
MotherJessie Ethel Louise Armstrong b. 5 Sep 1880, d. 25 Dec 1978
Relationships6th great-grandson of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
7th cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited31 Dec 2020
Birth*Harold David Baldwin was born on 16 February 1902 in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
He was the son of Morton Edgar Baldwin and Jessie Ethel Louise Armstrong
(Witness) CensusHarold David Baldwin appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Morton Edgar Baldwin in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada
Milit-Beg*Harold David Baldwin began military service on 6 May 1941 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Harold David Baldwin enlised in Vancouver with a British Columbia armoured unit.2 
Death*He died on 3 December 1966 in Surrey, England, United Kingdom, at age 64.3 

Family

Mary Kathleen Cody
Children

Citations

  1. [S99] New Brunswick, Canada, Birth-Late Reg - 1810-1906, online \, Registration for Harold David Baldwin.
  2. [S166] Unknown author, "John David Morton Submission (Grandson)," e-mail message from \ (unknown address) to unknown recipient.
  3. [S166] Unknown author, "John David Morton Submission (Grandson)," e-mail message from \ (unknown address) to unknown recipient, Death of his uncle Harold David Morton.

Helen Adelia Baldwin

F, b. 15 January 1904, d. August 1979
FatherMorton Edgar Baldwin b. 10 Jan 1871, d. 24 Apr 1952
MotherJessie Ethel Louise Armstrong b. 5 Sep 1880, d. 25 Dec 1978
Relationships6th great-granddaughter of Hans Adam Scheier
7th cousin of Roger Allan Shier
7th cousin of Keith Reginald Shier
ChartsDescendents of Henry Shier (1701 - ? )
Last Edited9 May 2020
Birth*Helen Adelia Baldwin was born on 15 January 1904 in New Brunswick, Canada
She was the daughter of Morton Edgar Baldwin and Jessie Ethel Louise Armstrong
(Witness) CensusHelen Adelia Baldwin appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Morton Edgar Baldwin in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada
Married Name As of September 1942,her married name was Rubin. 
Marriage*Helen Adelia Baldwin married Maurice A. Rubin, son of Louis Rubin and Elizabeth Ann Sudsbear, on 1 September 1942. 
Death*Helen Adelia Baldwin died in August 1979 in Passamaquoddy Lodge, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, at age 75.
Quoddy Tides,
Eastport. Maine
Aug 24, 1979
Burial*She was buried.

Family

Maurice A. Rubin b. 1907, d. 1974

Henry Baldwin

M, d. 1820
FatherHon. Dr. Lieut. Col. William Warren Baldwin b. 25 Apr 1775, d. 8 Jan 1844
MotherMargaret Phoebe Willcocks
Relationship3rd cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited24 Nov 2019
Henry Baldwin was the son of Hon. Dr. Lieut. Col. William Warren Baldwin and Margaret Phoebe Willcocks
Marriage*Henry Baldwin married Alice Warren, daughter of Robert Warren and Anne Crooke.1 
Death*Henry Baldwin died in 1820.2 

Family

Alice Warren

Citations

  1. [S76] The Warrens of Warrenscourt, County Cork: A Look at a family's social and political beliefs by Aiden O'Sullivan, online \.
  2. [S149] Dictionary of Canadian Biography, online \.

Henry Baldwin

M
Last Edited5 May 2020

Family

Hannah Unknown
Child

Henry Charles Baldwin

M, b. 8 March 1846, d. 19 February 1928
Last Edited7 Aug 2018
Birth*Henry Charles Baldwin was born on 8 March 1846 in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*He died on 19 February 1928 in St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada, at age 81.1 

Family

Mary Adelaide Messenett b. 20 May 1846
Child

Citations

  1. [S17] Unknown author, findagrave.com (n.p.: n.pub.), Memroial # 189309440.