Charles F. Baldwin

The following is taken verbatim from Thomas Henry Ryan's History of Outagamie County, Wisconsin, [1911?], Part 15:

"Charles Frederick Baldwin was born at Chilton, May 9, 1879. He was educated in the public schools of Chilton, St. Mary's parochial school at Appleton, the Appleton High school, Lawrence College and the Northwestern University. On August 3, 1908, he married Margaret Elizabeth Weiland, daughter of Nicholas and Margaret Weiland. Mr. Weiland was born in Trier, Germany, November 20, 1840. On February 2, 1868, he married Margaret Karn, who was born in Germany, December 10, 1846. Margaret Baldwin, their daughter, was born October 4, 1887, at Appleton. She was educated in the public and parochial schools of Appleton, the Appleton High school and St. Joseph's Academy. Two children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Baldwin, namely: George Nicholas, May 27, 1909, and Charles Peter, March 11, 1911. Mr. Baldwin is engaged with his brother George in handling their father's estate. It is but just to say that Wisconsin has possessed no better citizens than George Baldwin and his family."

Charles Baldwin followed in his father Judge George Baldwin's footsteps, managing the family's assets and practicing law.

Charles and Margaret lived at the Baldwin family estate, 707 S. State St., and their descendents resided there until 1984.