Baldwin, George an English Wesleyan minister, was born at Cleobury-Mortimer, Shropshire, about 1763. He labored diligently and successfully as a local preacher In 1786 he was appointed to travel in Glamorganshire, and continued in the work for twenty-four years. He died at Burslem during the session of the Conference in London, July 30, 1810. "He lived and died as a Christian minister should." See Wesleyan Meth. Magazine, 1811, p. 321; Minutes of the British Conference, 1811; Smith, Hist. of Wesleyan Methodism, 2, 503.