Henry Baldwin

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Baldwin, Henry

(1780–1844) Supreme Court justice; born in New Haven, Conn. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives (Fed., Penn.; 1817–22) and was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Jackson (1830–44).
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Indeed, A&B's origins can be traced to Maui, where Samuel Alexander and Henry Baldwin partnered to purchase 12 acres of sugar cane land on that island in 1870.
Timpanist Neil Hitt and percussionists Graham Johns, Josephine Frieze and Henry Baldwin will take on the work, which tells the story of revolutionaries who are tempted by the very things against which they revolted.
The absence of the deceased Clem Webb was felt during the celebrations, but the team welcomed Ron Baldwin, the youngest brother of manager Henry Baldwin.