Is this the man you are talking about?
From the Political Graveyard.
Baird, Andrew C. of Detroit, Wayne County, Mich. Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Michigan, 1936. Burial location unknown.
From History of the St. Andrew's Society of Detroit: 1849 to 2000
By Fred Dunbar Wessells
Unemployment Compensation Commissioner; Andrew C. Baird (member
2209, initiated May 5, 1941), Wayne County Sheriff;......
The committee roster for the 104th Games held on August 20, 1953, reads like a history of Detroit and the
Society. Some of the more notable persons included: Allan Farnham (field secretary), Wallace Temple
(legal counsel), Judge David C. Vokes (announcer), Sheriff Andrew C. Baird (grounds marshal),
Here's the link. He is towards the bottom of the document. You can find him by clicking on the binoculars and typing baird then click find or ok, whatever the button says.http://www.highlandgames.com/history.pdf
You can find many more like this by going to www.google.com
and typing in Judge Andrew C. Baird michigan, then when most of your links aren't really him, take away Judge and then put quotes around "Andrew C. Baird" michigan, then "Baird, Andrew C.", etc....until you have found all you can. That's all I did.
When I have more time, I will check the online resources from my library to check for biographies on him.