Carrell, John James

Carrell, John James a Presbyterian minister, was born at Tinicum, Pa., March 20, 1812. He spent somewhat more than a year (1835-36) in Princeton Theological Seminary; was ordained by the Presbytery of Newton, Nov. 19, 1839; was pastor at Harmony and Oxford, N. J., from that time until 1842; at Harmony until 1848; stated supply at Reigelsville until 1853; pastor of First Church, Groveland, N. Y., from 1854 to 1862; and chaplain in the United States Army until 1864. He was in infirm health at Easton, Pa., after 1865, and died there, June 21, 1877. See Gen. Cat. of Princeton Theol. Sem. 1881, p. 103.

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