Gordon, Thomas Patterson, Dd

Gordon, Thomas Patterson, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born in Monongahela City, Washington County, Pennsylvania, July 23, 1813. He graduated from Jefferson College, Canonsburg, in 1834, and from the Theological Seminary at Allegheny in 1837; was licensed by Ohio Presbytery, and ordained pastor of the Buffalo Church in Cumberland, where he labored till 1842 with great acceptance. In 1846 he was appointed an agent for the Board of Domestic Missions, but the same year became pastor at Allegheny, Pennsyvlania; in 1850 he removed to Wellsville, Ohio; in 1856 became pastor of the Sixth Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsyvlania; in 1857 removed to Terre Haute, Indiana, and died there, August 15, 1865. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1867, page 150.

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