Boyd, James (3)

Boyd, James (3), a Presbyterian. minister, was born in Pennsylvania in 1774. After studying in private for a time, he went to Cannonsburg and completed his classical studies at Jefferson College. He then studied theology with Dr. McMillan. He was taken under the care of the Presbytery of Erie, as a candidate for the ministry, April 10, 1806. He was licensed by the same, April 22, 1807. He labored as a supply in various portions of the Presbytery, in the autumn of 1808, and in the same year accepted calls to the churches of Newton and Warren, O. These were his only charges. He died March 8, 1813. See Hist. of the Presbytery of Erie.

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