Hand, Aaron Hicks, Dd

Hand, Aaron Hicks, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Albany, N.Y., December 3, 1811. He graduated from Williams College in 1831, and from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1837; was licensed by the Presbytery of New Brunswick the same year, and ordained by the Presbytery of Flint River, Georgia, in 1841. He became stated supply of the churches of Roswell and Marietta in 1838, and remained until 1841. He then became pastor of the Church in Berwick, Pa., and accepted a call to the Church of Greenwich, N.J. His last charge was the Palisades Presbyterian Church N.Y., where he remained eight years, and was in consequence of infirmity compelled to resign. His labors in all the churches of which he was pastor were attended with revivals. He died at Easton, Pennsylvania, March 3, 1880. See New York Observer, March 18, 1880. (W.P.S.)

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