King, John, Dd

King, John, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Chestnut Level, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, December 5, 1740. He was educated at Philadelphia College; studied theology privately; was licensed by the Second Presbytery of Philadelphia in March 1767; in 1769 was called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian Church at Conococheague, Pennsylvania, where he remained to within a short time of his death, which occurred July 5, 1811. See Sprague, Annals. of the Amer. Pulpit, 3:281.

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