from Conway, AR
John Loraine Baldwin " John Loraine Baldwin " ( 1 June 1809 - 25 November 1896 ) was a prominent English cricket enthusiast who was a co-founder of the I Zingari nomadic cricket club
He was also the writer of the first standardized rules for badminton in 1868, while on a visit to Badminton House, and editor of " The Laws of Short Whist " of 1864.
He was born near Halifax, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, and studied at Oxford University where he developed interests in cricket and dramatics....
English cricket player • ClubActivity:
Cricket • Badminton
Johns Hopkins University facultyPosition:
Member of the AcadÃ©mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres • Author
Johns Hopkins UniversityArea of science:
History • TranslationSpecialty:
American historianAcademic degree:
Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
William Baldwin, Agnes Dormer
English MP • Treasurer • Justice • Lawyer • Bencher • Judge
According to Baker, John Baldwin, born before 1470, was a younger son of William Baldwin ( died c. 1479 ) of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, and Agnes Dormer, the daughter of William Dormer of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
Knight BachelorAscribed status:
Person of the Tudor period • 16th-century English personMilitary rank:
He was clerk to the parliamentary commissioners to Scotland from 1641 to 1642 and secretary to the Earl of Essex and provost-marshal-general to 1645....
Member of the Middle TempleAscribed status:
Person of the Stuart period