Hickok, Milo Judson, Dd

Hickok, Milo Judson, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at New Haven, Vermont, August 22, 1809. He graduated from Middlebury College in 1835; was professor in Delaware College three years; graduated from Union Theological Seminary, N.Y., in 1841; became a tutor in Middlebury College; and was ordained a Congregational minister, May 4, 1842. He became professor in Marietta College, Ohio, and pastor of the Church in Harmar; two years thereafter he accepted a call as stated supply to the Presbyterian Church of Utica, N.Y., and in 1845 was installed pastor of a Church in Rochester. In 1854 he was stated supply of a Presbyterian Church in Montreal, Canada; the next year he was installed pastor of the Church in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he remained until 1868. His health failing, he removed to Marietta, Ohio, where he died, July 19, 1873. See Genesis Cat. of Union Theol. Seon. 1876, page 19. (W.P.S.)

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