Campbell, John (6), Dd
Campbell, John (6), D.D., an English Congregational minister, was born at Kirriemuir, Scotland, in 1795. He was very precocious in childhood; became converted in early manhood; received his collegiate education at the University of St. Andrews and at the Glasgow University; and began his ministerial labors at Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. In 1828 he removed to London and was engaged at the Tabernacle, where he labored until 1848; when he resigned the pulpit, but retained the office of pastor during life. He died March 26, 1867. The endowments and attainments of Dr. Campbell were multiform and marvellous. He was a man of iron will, of untiring. energy, of unflinching courage, and of vast information. As a controversialist he had few compeers. He wrote several volumes. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1868, p. 259.