Here is something additional for an ancestral wife's line:
MIRIAM NORTHRUP, wife of James Baldwin, was bp. Milford, Conn. 15 May 1698 and d. prob. Newtown, Conn. by 25 March 1789, when her heirs deeded land. She m. (1) prob. Milford by 17 Jan. 1719/20 JAMES BALDWIN, bp. Milford 8 Nov. 1696, d. Newtown between 19 July 1748 (date of will) and 8 Nov. 1756 (will proved), son of Sgt. Daniel and Sarah (Camp) Baldwin; (2) prob. Newtown after 15 Jan. 1758 OBADIAH WHEELER, SR., b. Milford ca. 1694, d. Newtown 24 Feb. 1770 ae. 76, son of Joseph and Patience (Holbrook) Wheeler; his first wife (his first cousin) Joanna (Wheeler) Wheeler had d. 15 Jan. 1758 ae. 62.
"On 25 March 1789, John Botsford and Lydia his wife, relict of James Baldwin, and Nathaniel Northrop and Rebecca his wife, relict of Capt. Abel Baldwin, conveyed to the heirs of James and Abel, land as heirs of widow Miriam Wheeler, mother of James and grandmother of Abel. [Newtown Land Records.] The explanation of the deed is that James Baldwin, Sr., died early, his widow Miriam marrying Obadiah Wheeler, Sr.; their son James Baldwin, Jr. died early, his widow Lydia marrying John Botsford; and their son Abel Baldwin died early, his widow Rebecca (Shepard) marrying Nathaniel Northrup."
-- (G.F. Shepard and D.L. Jacobus, THE SHEPARD FAMILIES OF NEW ENGLAND, vol. 2, EDWARD SHEPARD OF CAMBRIDGE , p. 64).
Miriam (Northrup) (Baldwin) Wheeler was the daughter of Joseph Northrup and his wife Miriam3 Blackman (James2 & 2nd wife Miriam Wheeler [dau. of Moses1 Wheeler & ---- ----], Rev. Adam1 & Jane ----). Miriam Blackman, b. Stratford 8 Feb. 1670/1, living in Milford, Conn. in 1708 and doubtless a good while later, m. (1) Joseph Northrup; (2) John Smith.
Wish I could say I'd found the surname of Lydia (----) (Baldwin) Botsford, but I would be a liar. Baldwins of Newtown are tough; many were Episcopalians, whose records usually didn't get to the town clerk.