Edward Baldwin was the proprietor of the Morning Herald newspaper and lived at Streatham Green.
Born in London on 6 February 1803 and baptized at St Ann, Blackfriars on 16 May. He was educated at St John's College, Oxford (BA 1824, MA 1827), and married at St Giles, Camberwell, on 20 April 1831, Anne Calcott Horner (1811-1879), daughter of John Horner. They had at least three sons and four daughters.
He was buried in Norwood cemetery. In his obituary it was noted that 'his connexion with the Press belongs to a past generation, but in his time he played a prominent part in the newspaper world and was an ardent supporter of the early policy of Lord Derby and Mr Disraeli' (Griffiths, Encyclopedia, 86).
(Source D Griffiths and Probate Register and Illustrated London News 25 April 1846)