Garver Daniel

Garver Daniel, was born in Washington Co., Maryland, January 9, 1830. He graduated at Pennsylvania College in 1850, and passed his theological studies in the seminary at Gettysburg. He was licensed to preach, and soon after accepted a professorship in Illinois State University. This position he occupied with honor to himself and advantage to the institution for several years. After spending some time in visiting portions of Europe, Asia, and Africa, he returned to this country, and successively preached at Canton, Ohio, and Greensburg, Pa. He died September 30, 1865. He was an, earnest, impressive, and successful minister of the Lutheran Church, a man of enlarged mind and liberal heart, whose memory will be cherished with affectionate interest. His only publications are, Our Country in the Light of History, delivered before the alumni of Pennsylvania College, 1861; and The Sudden Death of Henry J. M'Millan, pronounced in the Lutheran Church, Greensbun g, 1864. (M.L.S.)

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