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Hadley Baldwin

Hadley Baldwin, American civil engineer. Member American Railway Engineering Association.

Background

  • Baldwin, Hadley was born on February 24, 1867 in Marshallton, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Barkley Cloud and Emily Kelly (Dowell) Baldwin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University Michigan, 1893.

    Career

    • With C.,C.,C.&St. Louis Railway Company, since 1893, successively masonry inspector and assistant engineer, until 1896, supervisor track, 1896, resident engineer, at E. St. Louis, 1896-1897, supervisor track, 1897-1898, engineer maintenance of way, Indianapolis, 1898-1902, engineer construction, Cincinnati, 1902, superintendent St. Louis div., 1902-1915, assistant chief engineer, 1915-1924, chief engineer, 1924-1931. Chief engineer New York City Railroad Company (C.C.C.&St. Louis Region), 1931-1932. Chief engineer Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company and Evansville, Indianapolis & Terre Haute Railway Company.

      Special engineer New York City Railroad Company, since 1932.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Member American Railway Engineering Association. Clubs: Literary, Torch, Cincinnati Country.

    Connections

    • Married Emily Wilson, November 7, 1903. Children: Wilson Barkley, Betty.
    • father: Barkley Cloud Baldwin
    • mother: Emily Kelly (Dowell) Baldwin
    • spouse: Emily Wilson
    • children: Wilson Barkley Baldwin
    • Betty Baldwin
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    Born February 24, 1867
    Died November 22, 1949
    (aged 82)
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