Arnold, George Cavit

Arnold, George Cavit a Presbyterian minister, was born Feb. 19, 1825, in Allegheny County, Pa. In 1845 he entered Duquesne College, Pittsburgh, and two and a half years later the junior class of Jefferson College. In 1850 he entered the Reformed Theological Seminary of Allegheny; in 1852 was licensed by the Monongahela Presbytery; and in 1853 was sent as a missionary by the General Synod to La Salle, Ill. He was for many years one of the editors of the Christian Instructor. He wrote with great facility, and had a special fondness for the study of languages. He died Nov. 30, 1865. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1865 p. 193.

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