Baldwin, Elihu Whittlesey
Baldwin, Elihu Whittlesey D.D., a Presbyterian minister, born in Greene Co., N. Y., Dec. 25,1789, and educated at Yale and Andover, was licensed to preach in 1817, and by his labors established the Seventh Presb. Church in New York, of which he became pastor in 1820. In 1835 he became president of Wabash College, at that time a very arduous post, on account of the pecuniary difficulties in which the institution was involved. In 1839 Mr. Baldwin received the degree of D.D. from Indiana College. He died Oct. 15, 1840, having published several tracts and sermons. Sprague, Annals, 4:572.