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).
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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The Phil's principal timpanist Neil Hitt, principal percussionist Graham Johns and fellow percussionists Henry Baldwin and Adrian Spillet are soloists, as they were when the work was given its world premiere at the Philharmonic Hall in May and in Dublin's National Concert Hall last week.
A Simon Tite double gave Berkswell & Balsall Common their 2-0 East Midlands One win at Mansfield - taking his individual haul to 18 this season - while Nuneaton swept to a 6-2 verdict against East Midlands Two hosts Derby Asterdale, Josh Pennington (2), Josh Wagg (2), Sean Hirons and James Meer outgunning Wilf Baker and Henry Baldwin.
I have also been tasked by the granddaughter of Henry Baldwin (at one time of 44 Hillfield Road, Sparkhill), who was a Pre-Raphaelite, with locating any of his paintings and drawings many of which were last seen before the Second World War in the front room of a house that was bombed.