Dayton, Ac

Dayton, A.C.

a Baptist minister, was born at Plainfield, N.J., September 4, 1813. He joined the Presbyterians at the age of twelve, graduated from the New York City Medical College, and, after practicing a short time, went to Florida for his health; three years afterwards removed to Vicksburg, Mississippi; in 1852 united with a Baptist Church, and began at once to preach; subsequently became an agent of the Bible Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, residing in Nashville, Tennessee, where he was the associate editor of the Tennessee Baptist, at the same time writing Theodosia, also Infidel's Daughter, and several other books for Sunday schools. During the civil war he was engaged in teaching and in literary pursuits, until his death at Perry, Georgia, June 11, 1865. See Cathcart, Baptist Encyclop. page 319. (J.C.S.)

Topical Outlines Nave's Bible Topics International Standard Bible Encyclopedia Online King James Bible King James Dictionary

Verse reference tagging and popups powered by VerseClick™.