Cheek, Samuel Best
Cheek, Samuel Best, a Presbyterian, minister, was born: at Columbia, Ky., May 30, 1824, and graduated from Centre College in 1843. He studied theology in Allegheny Seminary, and, entering the middle class at Princeton, studied there more than a year; was ordained by the Presbytery of Transylvania, Oct. 8, 1850; was pastor at Columbia, Shiloh, and Edmonton, Ky., in 1850 and 1851; stated supply at Mt. Pleasant in 1863 and 1864; teacher in the Deaf-and- Dumb Asylum at Danville from 1852 until his death, May 10, 1869. See Gen. Cat. Princeton Theol. Serm. 1881, p. 155.