Frederick "Fred" Thomas Baldock MBE (14 August 1892 – 1964) was a Labour Party politician active in Poplar.

Born in Whitechapel, he was the son of Thomas Baldock, a tailor, and his wife Elizabeth. When the First World War broke out, Baldock enlisted in the Army Service Corps.

He was a member of the London County Council representing for Poplar South 1937-49, and Poplar 1949-52.

He was also a member of Poplar Borough Council, serving as an alderman and as Mayor of Poplar for 1941-42. During the Second World War he was honorary secretary of the Poplar Savings Committee, and was awarded the MBE in the New Years Honours 1949.

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