Archibald, William Kerr

Archibald, William Kerr a Presbyterian minister, .son of Rev. G. D. Archibald, D.D., professor of pastoral theology in Danville Theological Seminary, Ky., was born at Allegheny, Pa., in 1852. At the age of sixteen he was admitted to the Church; graduated at Hanover College, Ind., in 1874, and studied theology in Danville Seminary. In April, 1877, he was ordained to the ministry by the Presbytery of Pennsylvania upon a call to the pastorate from the Church of Pee Wee Valley,, Ky. He was, however, never installed as pastor, but after a year of very acceptable service, he withdrew from the field in consequence of ill-health, which terminated in his death at Danville, Ky., Dec. 8, 1878. Mr. Archibald was gifted with a manly mind, a warm and generous nature, and an ardent piety. (W. P S.)

 
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