1Ezra S. Stearns, William F. Whitcher, and Edward E. Parker, Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the . . ., Vol. 1, p. 68 (1908).It appears that this source errs on Nathaniel's 1650 death date, because he had 3 children by Joanna Waistcoat after Abigail Camp's death on 22 Mar.1648. URL = http://books.google.com/books?id=M80UAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA68&lpg=PA68&dq=%22Nathaniel+baldwin%22+%22Abigail+Camp%22&source=bl&ots=X-XzGJWnMk&sig=hZanrvYLCRgLFd3T9gLw9g1bHKs&hl=en&ei=hiv8TZiSBIfWiAL8x7SEBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=10&ved=0CDgQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=%22Nathaniel%20baldwin%22%20%22Abigail%20Camp%22&f=false.
"(1) Nathaniel, probably second son of Richard and Isabell Baldwin, of the parish of Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire,England, is supposed to have been a great-grandson of Richard of Dundridge, of the parish of Aston-Clinton, Buckinghamshire, England. The date of the will of Richard of Dundridge is January, VI Edward, that is, 1552, and that of Richard of Colesbury is May 23, 1630. Nathaniel Baldwin was a brother of Timothy and Joseph, and came to Milford, Connecticut, in 1639, in the New Haven Company. His name appears in the Milford records as a "Free Planter." He was a cooper by trade, and in 1641 a resident of Fairfield, where he died in 1650, and where the probate of his estate appears. He married (first), Abigail Camp, who joined the church at Milford on June 9, 1644, and died there March 2, 1648. The children of this union were: John, Daniel, Nathaniel and Abigail. He married (second), Joanna Westcoat, widow of Richard, of Fairfield, Connecticut, and moved there perhaps the second time. By her he had: Sarah, Deborah and Samuel. After the death of Nathaniel his widow married, third, George Abbott, of Fairfield, and died in 1682. She is mentioned in the records as "Goodwife Baldwin," and was a witness in a trial for witchcraft in 1654. An unusual number of the descendants of Nathaniel have been eminent, and the family generally has been of high respectability."
2Susan Emma Woodruff Abbott, Families of Early Milford, Connecticut, p. 43 (1979).The information in this source differs in many ways from the source in footnote 1. URL = http://books.google.com/books?id=RJcfa0INt4IC&pg=PA43&lpg=PA43&dq=%22Nathaniel+baldwin%22+%22Abigail+Camp%22&source=bl&ots=Iiz4paUx28&sig=ZOj7sxyOdyRqE9D7Qinz5Zo2Zgg&hl=en&ei=5TP8Tfi5KqfdiALs2oyVBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CBwQ6AEwATge#v=onepage&q=%22Nathaniel%20baldwin%22%20%22Abigail%20Camp%22&f=false.
"1. Nathaniel Baldwin was the 2nd son of Richard Baldwin, and brother to Joseph and Timothy, settlers of Milford. They were from co. Bucks, England and he died in Fairfield, Conn., inventory of his estate taken 19 October 1658. He was a cooper and joined the church in Milford 9 June 1644, a freeplanter. His home lot in Milford was #7, consisting of 3 acres 2 rods. He removed to Fairfield where he had lot #13 January 1653/4. He married /1 Abigail Camp who died Milford 22 March 1648, probably sister of William Camp who was called Uncle by his son John. She joined the church in Milford 9 June 1644. He married /2 Joanne Westcott widow of Richard of Fairfield. She married /3 Thomas Skidmore.
Children: by 1st Marriage
John bpt 2 June 1644 (Mcl) mar 14 Nov 1663 (MVR) Hannah Osborne dau of Richard. Removed to Newark, N. J.
2. Daniel bpt 2 June 1644 (MCl)
3. Nathaniel bpt Jan 1645/6
Abigail bpt 19 Mar 1648 (MVR)
by 2nd Marriage
Sarah b 1650
Deborah b 1652 mar William read
Samuel b 1655 disposal of his estate made in 1710/1 mar Abigail Baldwin b Milford 15 Nov 1658 dau of John. She mar /2 John Wadham. Removed from Fairfield to Guilford, Conn."