Cunningham, Tm, Dd
Cunningham, T.M., D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, was called to succeed Dr. Duncan, in the Church which bore the latter's name in Baltimore, Md., but declined, and was ordained pastor of the Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Missouri. After some years he removed as pastor to Indianapolis, and thence to the Alexander Church, Philadelphia. For the benefit of his health he went .to San Francisco, California, and became pastor of the Central Church. He identified himself with the Presbyterian Theological Seminary there, and crossed the Continent several times in its behalf. He died at Oakland, California, February 22, 1880. He was a preacher of distinguished ability, and his sermons were eloquent and powerful. See (San Francisco) Occident, March 1880. (W.P.S.)