Hopkins, Henry Harvey, Dd

Hopkins, Henry Harvey, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born in Chester County, Pennsylvania, November 12, 1804. He graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1832; was licensed by the Presbytery of New Castle the same year; obtained permission to labor without the bounds of the presbytery, and at once proceeded to Clinton, Louisiana. After this he went to Big Spring and Taylorsville, Kentucky, and served as pastor. This relation continued about nine years, and was dissolved April 2, 1844. Dr. Hopkins next took charge of two churches at Cane Run and Plum Creek, in Shelby County, and subsequently of a church at Owensboro. He died April 19, 1877. He was a devoted pastor, a wise counsellor, practical, judicious, and of large Christian experience. See Necrol. Report of Princeton Theol. Sem. 1878, page 28.

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