Coulson, George Ja
Coulson, George J.A.
a preacher and novelist, was born in the South in 1819, but came North at the commencement of the late civil war. For a long time he occupied a position at the head of one of the departments in A.T. Stewart's store. Latterly he had been an expert accountant and commercial referee. For many years he was a contributor to religious papers, being an influential member of the Presbyterian Church South, and a diligent theological student. For several months previous to his death he preached in the New East Side Chapel, Paterson, N.J. He died there suddenly, October 27, 1882. Mr. Coulson was the author of The Lacy' Diamond: — The Odd Trump: — Harwood: — Flesh and Spirit: — The Ghost of Redbrook, and other novels. (W.P.S.)