Craig, Jn, Dd
Craig, J.N., D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, born in 1814, was licensed to preach by New Brunswick Presbytery, in 1836; pastor at Rogersville and New Providence, Tennessee; afterwards twenty-two years in Columbus, Mississippi, and six years in St. Lolis, Missouri; professor of moral science in the University of Mississippi until 1880. He was moderator of the General Assembly in 1863. He died May 15, 1882. He was a man of superior intelligence and strong character. See Christian Observer, May 24, 1882.