Alexander, James (2), Dd

Alexander, James (2), D.D., a Presbyterian minister, was born in Mercer County, Pa., Sept. 25, 1798. He studied for a time in Mercer Academy, and graduated from Jefferson College in 1826. His theological studies were pursued in private. He was licensed by the Presbytery of Erie, April 9, 1828; and in October of the same year was ordained and installed pastor of the churches of Greenville, Salem, and Big Bend. This relation was dissolved June 2, 1834; and in the following year he was dismissed, to the Presbytery of Ohio. He labored faithfully in churches in Ohio and. Virginia, and died July 26, 1879. See History of the Presbytery of Erie.

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