Campbell, John (7)

Campbell, John (7), a Scotch Congregational minister, was born at Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Jan. 15, 1828, of pious parents, who took him in his childhood to Manchester, Jamaica. He was converted there, and soon afterwards he joined the Church, devoted his life to spreading the Gospel tidings, entered Glasgow University, and, having completed his classical and theological courses, he was ordained pastor, in 1855, at Kilmarnock, where he died, March 28,1859. Mr. Campbell was most assiduous in his attentions to the sick, energetic in caring for the young, and laborious in his pulpit preparations. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1860, p. 179.

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