Frank Dwight Baldwin was born in 1842 at Manchester, Michigan and died in 1923 at Denver, Colorado.
Raised in Michigan, Baldwin served during the Civil War in the 19th Michigan Infantry. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for actions at the Battle of Peachtree during the Atlanta Campaign.
Following his discharge, Frank Baldwin entered Hillsdale College where he remained a student until he was offered a commission in 1866 as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 19th U.S. Regular Infantry. He made the army his career and retired as a Major General.
He was stationed out west during the Indian Wars and was the first man to be awarded a Medal of Honor in two different conflicts. His second Medal of Honor was awarded for the rescue of kidnapped girls in 1874.
He married Alice Blackwood in 1867 and they had one daughter, Juanita.
Major General Frank D. Baldwin was buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery.