Beveridge, Thomas H
Beveridge, Thomas H.
a Presbyterian divine, was born in March, 1830. He was the eldest son of Dr. Thomas Beveridge, professor in the Theological Seminary of the United Presbyterian Church in Xenia, Ohio. He graduated at Jefferson College, and was ordained to the ministry in 1853 by the Associate Presbytery of Philadelphia, and in Dec. 1854, installed pastor of the Third Associate congregation of Philadelphia. He was clerk of his presbytery from the time of his ordination, assistant clerk of the general assemblies of the United Presbyterian Church in 1859 and 1860, a member of the Board of Foreign Missions of his denomination, as also of the executive committee of the Presbyterian Historical Society. He was a man of fine literary attainments, and for several years the able editor of the Evangelical Repository, a United Presbyterian monthly. He died suddenly of congestion of the brain, Aug. 15, 1860. See Evangel. Repository, Sept. 1860.