Alice _____

#2887, (say 1538 - 21 November 1626)


Henry Baldwin b. s 1528, d. bt 1600 - 1602
Children 1.Richard Baldwin6 (s 1562 - c 1636)
 2.Sylvester Baldwin+6 (s 1564 - b 1632/33)
 3.Jane Baldwin+6 (s 1567 - b 1622)
 4.John Baldwin+6 (s 1570 - b 1637)
 5.Robert Baldwin+6 (s 1573 - )
 6.Mary Baldwin+6 (s 1576 - )
 7.Agnes Baldwin+6 (1579 - b 1632/33)
Alice _____ was also known as King (poss.)1 
Her married name was Baldwin. 
Birth*say 1538She was born say 1538.2 
Marriage*say 1560She married Henry Baldwin, son of Richard Baldwin and Ellen Apuke, say 1560 at EnglandG.3 
4 June 1622She left a will on 4 June 1622 at Dundridge Manor, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, EnglandG.4 
Death*21 November 1626She died on 21 November 1626; est. date.5 
Burial23 November 1626She was buried on 23 November 1626 at St. Michael and All Angels Church, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, EnglandG.6 
Probate*14 December 1626Her estate was probated on 14 December 1626 at Court of the Archdeaconry, Buckinghamshire, EnglandG.6 


  1. [S324] Col. Joseph L. Chester, "Report of Investigations concerning the Family of Baldwin, of Aston Clinton, Co. Bucks", New England Historic Genealogical Register 38 (1884): 166, last will, noting that " it is impossible to determine whether Thomas King and Mary Montagu were her own brother and sister, or only brother and sister in law."
  2. [S520] VWH, The dates used for births and marriages in this family are speculative, using only Hnery's age of at least twenty–three at the time his father wrote his last will, and the ordering of children named in wills.
  3. [S324] Col. Joseph L. Chester, "Family of Baldwin": 163, abstract of his mother's will made in 1565 or 1566, which names Richard and Sylvester only as children (not as sons) of her son Henry. Henry's youngest child at the time of his will was Agnes, born 1579.
  4. [S324] Col. Joseph L. Chester, "Family of Baldwin": 166, abstract: "To be buried in the parish church of Aston Clinton, near my late husband Henry Baldwin—to my sons Richard, Sylvester, & John Baldwin, each £20.—to my daughter Mary Salter, £10., my best gold ring, best gown, &c.—to the children of my said son Sylvester Baldwin, viz. John, Henry, Sylvester, Richard, William. Alice, & Jane, each 40 shillings—to the children of my son John Baldwin, viz. Richard, John, Mary, Agnes, & Martha, each 40s—to the children of my daughter Mary Salter, viz. Richard, Thomas, John, David, Susanna, Mary, & Sarah, each 40 shillings—to the children of my daughter Jane Bonus, viz. Henry, James. John, Christian, Faith, Mary, & Jane, each a sum varying from £4. to £10.-—to Henry Stonehill my son in law, & his children Henry. Jane & Agnes, each 40 shillings—to Anne, daughter of my son Robert Baldwin, 40 shillings—to my brother Thomas King 10 shillings & to his children 20 shillings among them—to William son of Thomas King 10 shillings—to my sister Marie Mountegue 10 shillings—all residue equally to my sons Richard, Sylvester, & John Baldwin & my daughter Mary Salter—(she mentions incidentally that she and her son Richard occupy the manor of Dunridge)—my said sons Richard & John to be my executors—overseers, my friends Richard Crippes, of St. Leonard's, Clerk, & Richard Salter, senior, of Hemel-Hempstead stead—if my said sons Richard & John decline to act, then my said son Sylvester & my son in law Richard Salter, to be executors."
  5. [S325] Charles Candee Baldwin, Baldwin Genealogy Supplement of 1889 (Cleveland, O.: The Leader Printing Company, 1889), pp. 23 ff.
  6. [S324] Col. Joseph L. Chester, "Family of Baldwin": pp. 160-170, 289-299, 372-376.