Baldwin, Charles a Methodist Episcopal minister, was born in New Lebanon, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1821. He received an early Christian training; professed religion at the age of fifteen; was licensed to preach in 1843, and recommended to the Black River Conference. He died March 12, 1879. Mr. Baldwin was a diligent student, an original thinker, a man of positive and outspoken convictions, and was instrumental in bringing many to Christ. See Minutes of Annual Conferences, 1879, p. 60.