Baldwin, William H
Baldwin, William H.
a Universalist minister, was born about 1802. He embraced Universalism early in life; engaged in mercantile pursuits in early manhood; studied and practiced law; and subsequently obtained a fellowship of the Ballou Association, under whose auspices he preached till the close of his life at Blanchester, O., Nov. 19, 1852. Mr. Baldwin was an upright man, a warm friend, an active citizen and patriot, and a faithful Christian. See Universalist Register, 1864, p. 19.