Baldwin, Moses a Presbyterian. minister, was a graduate of Princeton in 1757, and after graduating studied theology. He was admitted to a master's degree at Dartmouth in 1791, and was licensed by Suffolk Presbytery. On June 17, 1761, he was ordained and settled over a Congregational Church in Palmer, Mass. He remained as pastor of this Church until June 19, 1811, when he resigned. He died in 1813. He was faithful and diligent in discharging the duties of his office. His preaching was very impressive. See Alexander, Princeton College in the 18th Century.