Flinn, Andrew, D D

Flinn, Andrew, D D.

a Presbyterian minister was born in Maryland in 1773, graduated at thee University of North Carolina in 1799, and was licensed to preach by Orange Presbytery in 1800. In 1803 he became pastor of the Presbyterian church at Fayetteville, and in 1811 he was installed pastor of a new church, expressly organized for him, in Charlestons, S. C. Here he gained a brilliant and solid reputation, which was soon widely diffused throughout the country. He was one of the most impressive and attractive preachers of his day." He died Feb. 24, 1820. He printed a few occasional sermons.- Sprague, Annals, 4:276. '

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