David Baldwin was a successful English Historian, author, and former University, lecturer. He was an academic tutor at universities in Leicester, Northampton, and Nottingham. David collaborated with a number of famous authors like the best-selling novelist Alison Weir, author of numerous royal historical biographies and Phillipa Gregory , who wrote The Other Boleyn Girl.
Early life and Education
David Baldwin was born on December 22, 1946, in the United Kingdom. He belongs to English nationality and as far as his ethnicity is concerned, he is a white. After his marriage, he moved to Leicester with his wife.
Professional Life and Affair
David Baldwin was an academic teacher at the University of Leicester. He also attended the School of Historical Studies. He had previously served as a lecturer at both the University of Nottingham and University of Leicester.
Moreover, David Baldwin became a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in the year 2012. Other than that, he was authored innumerable best-selling books including The Women of the Cousins’ War, Richard |||, Robin Hood: The English Outlaw Unmasked as well.
David also contributed to numerous of historical journals. Apart from her teaching at Leicester and Nottingham Universities, he professionally lectured for conferences and societies.
As a historian, David Baldwin is popular for his professional career. He married Joyce in the year 1979. The couple first met at Cossington Chess Club. The couple’s ceremony was held at the Christadelphian church, in Westleigh Road along with their families and friends.
During that time, David Baldwin worked for Spencer's estate agent as a company secretary for a short period of time, before pursuing his career in writing. After his death, David’s wife Joyce expressed her feeling. She said,
“He found a spot on his tongue and had it treated and the doctors gave him the all-clear six months later.”
“I’ll be lost without him now because he did everything for me.”
Joyce was very happy with her husband and they were spending quality time in Leicester, England. He left behind his wife Joyce, two stepchildren, five grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren after he past away.
David Baldwin died on April 4, 2016. The funeral was held at the Christadelphian church, in Glenhills Boulevard.
Net Worth and Body Measurement
A best-seller book usually means selling over 10,000 copies. since Elizabeth Woodville‘s each copy cost $7.42. David Baldwin had possibly earned $72k from the sale of books. His other books became best-sellers as well. So, he had earned an average of $70k from each of her books.
As an author of best-selling books, David was earned a whopping amount of net worth from his career that can expect to be more than $1 million.
by ab-niranjan, 23 Jul, 2017