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Elias Henry BALDWIN
Covington Record
Thursday March 2, 1922
Submitted by: Lois Burdick
Art Baldwin and his brother Charles arrived Thursday with the body of their father, who died at Red Fork, Sunday. Burial will take place Friday afternoon at the cemetery on the Arthur Baldwin farm north east of town.The deceased was 85 years old.

Elias Henry BALDWIN
Covington Record
Thursday March 9, 1922
Submitted by: Sue WELTON


Elias Henry BALDWIN

Black Bear Cemetery


The funeral of Elias H. Baldwin was held at the home of his son Arthur Baldwin, Saturday morning at 9:30, conducted by Rev. L. C. Burkett of the Baptist church. Interment took place at the cemetery on the Baldwin farm eight miles northeast of town. Elias H. Baldwin was born at Hartford, Connecticut, Dec. 23, 1836. He was married to Harriet E. Moses in 1858. To this union nine children were born, six boys and three girls. He united with the Methodist church about the year 1856 and lived a devout Christian ever after. His wife departed this life in 1885. He was a veteran of the Civil War.

Andersonville Prisoners of War Elias H. Baldwin Surname: Elias H. Baldwin Rank: PRIVATE Company: K Regiment: 16 State: CT Arm of Service: INFANTRY Reference: p 637 [45] Location of Capture: PLYMOUTH, NC Date of Capture: 20 Apr 1864 Page: 0 More Information: NO Code: 42484 Grave: 0

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