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George Baldwin (d.1810)

George Baldwin was converted in early life under the ministry of the Methodist preacher George Snowden. He became a local preacher and in 1786 entered the itinerancy. Baldwin's active ministry of twenty-four years was exercised in England and Wales. He died at Burslem in Staffordshire after an illness lasting several months.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1811 and An Alphabetical Arrangement of Wesleyan Methodist Preachers...1739-1818 compiled by Kenneth Garlick

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