Dickerson, James Stokes, Dd

Dickerson, James Stokes, D.D.

a Baptist minister, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 6, 1825. He graduated from Madison University in 1848; soon after was associated with Dr. M.B. Anderson in the management of The New York Recorder, and was subsequently connected with The Chronicle. His pastorates were at Wilmington, Delaware, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and South Boston, Massachusetts. He died March 21, 1876, in Chicago, where he had gone to connect himself with The Standard. See Memoir (N.Y.). (J.C.S.)

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