The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . dadventuresome Hugenot blood, once so plainly shown in the Pierce andKing mariners and Buccaneers. Mr. Baldwin is a member of the NationalGeographical Society and of the New York Yacht Club. In 1893-4 he was with Pear^s North Greenland Exposition as istMeteorologist. In 1897 he visited Spitzbergen, as a volunteer to accompanyAndree in his voyage toward the North Pole, but the unfortunate Andreeand his two comrades taking advantage of a favorable wind, got away short-ly before Mr. Baldwins arrival at the balloon station. In 1898-9 he

The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . dadventuresome Hugenot blood, once so plainly shown in the Pierce andKing mariners and Buccaneers. Mr. Baldwin is a member of the NationalGeographical Society and of the New York Yacht Club. In 1893-4 he was with Pear^s North Greenland Exposition as istMeteorologist. In 1897 he visited Spitzbergen, as a volunteer to accompanyAndree in his voyage toward the North Pole, but the unfortunate Andreeand his two comrades taking advantage of a favorable wind, got away short-ly before Mr. Baldwins arrival at the balloon station. In 1898-9 he Stock Photo
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The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . dadventuresome Hugenot blood, once so plainly shown in the Pierce andKing mariners and Buccaneers. Mr. Baldwin is a member of the NationalGeographical Society and of the New York Yacht Club. In 1893-4 he was with Pear^s North Greenland Exposition as istMeteorologist. In 1897 he visited Spitzbergen, as a volunteer to accompanyAndree in his voyage toward the North Pole, but the unfortunate Andreeand his two comrades taking advantage of a favorable wind, got away short-ly before Mr. Baldwins arrival at the balloon station. In 1898-9 he wassecond in command of Wellman Expedition, Franz-Josef Land, and in 1901he organized and commanded the Baldwin-Ziegler Expedition. lIr. Bald-win has written a book of his experience, Life in the Great White World, and has lectured extensively on Arctic life and Polar problems. He has afine collection of mounted Arctic animals, Eskimo furs and implements, models of sledges, canoes, etc. Evelyn B. Baldwin is unmarried, and therefore free to give his life to. EVELYN BRIGGS BALDWIN, (ARCTIC EXPLORER) Zbc (Breene jramii^ his chosen work, the search for the North Pole. With the ambition andenergy of youth still his ; with the possession of a scientific training andyears of real experience to aid him, and an enduring physique behind all, the world may expect to hear more of him in the years to come. Captain Gary Briggs*, [Mary Greene-Briggs*, Benj. Greene-, Benj.-, John] bAug. 19, 1751. He was m. in 1771 to Elizabeth, dau. of Josiah Jones. He servedin the Revolutionary War, and after followed the sea for several years. He died in1S39. Of his children, Sarah never married ; Gideon m. Nancy Morey, and settledin Canada ; Lucy and Polly married two brothers, Holden and John Moon, and leftdescendants. Benoni Briggs, [Cary=, Mary*, etc.] His first wife was Mercy, dau. ofJudge Rowland Hall of N. Stephentown, N. Y. By her he had these : Alma, who m. Josiah Whittemore of Erie Co., N. Y. She has

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