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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 2., The second Congregational and Mystic churches. (search)
hrough Glory's morning gate And walk in Paradise. In April a call was extended to the Rev. Charles H. Baldwin. Charles H. Baldwin. Rev. (now D. D.) Charles Hume Baldwin was born in Windsor,Charles H. Baldwin. Rev. (now D. D.) Charles Hume Baldwin was born in Windsor, Mass., March 11, 1838; graduated from Williams College, 1863, and from Union Theological Seminary, 1866; spent one year in special study; was ordained and settled over the Second Presbyterian Church Charles Hume Baldwin was born in Windsor, Mass., March 11, 1838; graduated from Williams College, 1863, and from Union Theological Seminary, 1866; spent one year in special study; was ordained and settled over the Second Presbyterian Church in Peekskill, N. Y., April 30, 1867; was settled in 1869 over the Presbyterian Church in Johnstown, N. Y., one of the oldest and most important in the presbytery of Albany; four years later accepted aed the following record to be made: Resolved, That in accepting the resignation of the Rev. Charles H. Baldwin, after a pastorate of nearly six years, we do it with profound regret and with a cleah evening and his opening sermon to the new people the following Sabbath morning. Rev. Charles H. Baldwin, D. D., died at Beaman, Iowa, Nov. 26th, 1899. He was succeeded by the Rev. T. P. Sawin