Simeon Baldwin

Simeon Baldwin (December 14, 1761 – May 26, 1851) was son-in-law of Roger Sherman, father of Connecticut Governor Roger Sherman Baldwin and the grandfather of Connecticut Governor Simeon Eben Baldwin.wikipedia
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Simeon Baldwin (December 14, 1761 – May 26, 1851) was son-in-law of Roger Sherman, father of Connecticut Governor Roger Sherman Baldwin and the grandfather of Connecticut Governor Simeon Eben Baldwin.
They had eight children, Rebecca; married and then Elizabeth; married same Simeon Baldwin, Roger, Mehetabel (1st), Mehetabel (2nd); married Jeremiah Evarts, Oliver, Martha; married Jeremiah Day, and Sarah; married Samuel Hoar.

Roger Sherman Baldwin

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Simeon Baldwin (December 14, 1761 – May 26, 1851) was son-in-law of Roger Sherman, father of Connecticut Governor Roger Sherman Baldwin and the grandfather of Connecticut Governor Simeon Eben Baldwin.
Baldwin was son of Simeon Baldwin and Rebecca Sherman in New Haven, Connecticut.

Grove Street Cemetery

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He died at 89 years old and was interred at Grove Street Cemetery.

Simeon Eben Baldwin

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Simeon Baldwin (December 14, 1761 – May 26, 1851) was son-in-law of Roger Sherman, father of Connecticut Governor Roger Sherman Baldwin and the grandfather of Connecticut Governor Simeon Eben Baldwin.
He was the son of Roger Sherman Baldwin, brotherin-law of Dwight Foster (1828–1884), uncle of Edward Baldwin Whitney, grandson of Simeon Baldwin, and the great-grandson of Roger Sherman.

Norwich, Connecticut

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He was born in Norwich, Connecticut.

Lebanon, Connecticut

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He completed preparatory studies (studying with Rev. Joseph Huntington and later at the Master Tisdale's School in Lebanon, Connecticut, and graduated from Yale College in 1781.

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He completed preparatory studies (studying with Rev. Joseph Huntington and later at the Master Tisdale's School in Lebanon, Connecticut, and graduated from Yale College in 1781.

New Haven, Connecticut

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He then studied law, was admitted to the bar, and commenced practice in New Haven.

Federalist Party

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Baldwin was elected as a Federalist to the Eighth Congress (March 4, 1803 – March 3, 1805).

Connecticut Supreme Court

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He served as associate judge of the Superior Court (1806–08) and the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors (1808–18).

American National Biography

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Connecticut in the American Civil War

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Before the Civil War, Connecticut residents such as Leonard Bacon, Simeon Baldwin, Horace Bushnell, Prudence Crandall, Jonathan Edwards (the younger) and Harriet Beecher Stowe, were active in the abolitionist movement, and towns such as Farmington and Middletown were stops along the Underground Railroad.

List of Justices of the Connecticut Supreme Court

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