Christian, Levi Hunt
Christian, Levi Hunt a Presbyterian minister, was born at Albany, N.Y., August 1, 1817. He graduated at Princeton College, N.J., in 1840, and studied for two years (1842-45) at the Princeton Theological Seminary. He was ordained by the Winchester Presbytery in 1846, and labored as a missionary within its bounds for some time. In 1848 he became pastor at Rochester, N.Y., and soon after in Washington, D.C.; in 1852 in Camden, N.J.; in 1854 in Hamilton, Ohio, and in 1856 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, resigning on account of ill-health in 1863. He died in Philadelphia, October 23, 1864. He was constant, devoted, and self-sacrificing. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1866, page 99.