Boyd, Abraham

Boyd, Abraham a Presbyterian minister, was born in Ireland in December, 1770. He pursued his studies at Cannonsburg Academy; was licensed to preach June 25, 1800, by the Presbytery of Ohio; was received by the Presbytery of Erie, April 13, 1802; preached at Middlesex until 1817, and at Bull Creek until June 25, 1833; and died near Tarentum, Pa., Aug. 14, 1854. He was a practical preacher, a firm disciplinarian, and had great power in prayer.

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