|Family||Matthew Baldwin (Father), |
Mamie Baldwin (sister),
Polonius Baldwin (Cousin)
Miss Emily often said, "Don't you know!" Prepared 'The Recipe' from a recipe handed down from family members Attended Young Ladies Seminary 11/21/93 Miss Emily's long ago suitor Ashley Longworth first mentioned in The Homecoming Pre-2 and s1/e5 Miss Emily first kissed by Ashley Longworth on her 25th birthday (October 19) The Homecoming Pre- 2; she often said that he kissed her "out there under the maple tree and a shower of golden leaves swirled about in the autumn wind" s3/e21. Owned a 1908 Olivetti typewriter that they loaned to John-Boy. It was bought new in 1908, the first typewriter in Jefferson County. Judge Baldwin typed a letter to President Woodrow Wilson and a series of articles for the New York Times protesting the eighteenth amendment. s1/e5 A meteorite crashes into the Baldwin sister's Recipe room s1/e6 Grandfather was called "The Colonel" Father was called "The Judge" (Captain Matthew (also called Randolph) Baldwin) Cousin Polonius 'P.K.' Baldwin from Richmond s1/e6 Baldwin sister's papa lived to be 87 years old s1/e7 Relative Rev. Matthew Fordwick, they are his cousins s1/e7 Miss Emily plays the one-arm bandit inside Ike's store, gets 'two lemons and a cherry' s1/e13 Miss Emily reminisces about Ashley Longworth taking liberties out by the maple tree s1/e13 Miss Emily almost tells the recipe of The Recipe by saying the first ingredient is, "fourteen level tablespoons of....", then is cut off by Miss Mamie s2/e21
Miss Emily almost tells the recipe of The Recipe by saying the first ingredient is, "fourteen level tablespoons of....", then is cut off by Miss Mamie s2/e21
Miss Mamie's suitor was Octaveous Fairweather s3/e21 & s7/e11 Their mother did not like a statute that her husband had made based on Edgar Allen Poe's Annabel Lee while in Florence, Italy on family's "Grand Tour" in 1901 s3/e21. Grandpa Walton wins the statue and Grandma Walton has a fit saying that it reminded her of a woman that Grandpa used to date. Grandma has such a fit for so long that Grandpa has to throw it in the creek. In this episode (The Statue) John-Boy writes a story about the Baldwin Sisters that makes Miss Emily cry and she is very touch over the prose of her and Ashley Longworth as interpreted by John Boy Walton.
The Baldwin sisters take in Jason while the Walton's house is being rebuilt after the fire s4/e18 Miss Emily is president of the Rockfish Historical Society s4/e22 She and Miss Mamie say they have distant relatives in Culpepper, Virginia, who manufacture barrels s4/e23 The sisters hire Olivia to make dresses for them from fabrics they got from their travels around the world s4/e20
Cousin Hilary Baldwin von Clinst (Baltimore branch of Baldwin) s5/e22 Cousin Raymond wrote risque books, adored basket weaving, had to leave town after a scandal.
Great-grandfather Fitius Lewis (or T.) Baldwin left Culpeper County as first Baldwin on WM in s7/e23
Both maiden-ladies are Daughters of the American Revolution and Daughters of the Confederacy s9/e11 Agent Fred Winthrop from the Alcohol and Tobacco Unit of the U.S. government take away their illegal Recipe machine s9/e11 "The Secret Room" that their grandfather used as his Recipe room is discovered by the sisters and Ike s9/e11 Relative Octavia s9/e20