King, John L

King, John L.

a Presbyterian minister, was born in Indiana Feb. 1,1835; was educated at Knox College, Galesburg, Ill., and studied divinity in Lane Theological Seminary, Ohio; was licensed and ordained at Cincinnati in 1861, and then assumed the pastorate at Williamsport, Indiana; afterwards labored as a missionary among the sailors at Detroit, Michigan, and finally went to Idaho and Colorado Territories. He died near Denver, Nov. 10, 1866. Mr. King was a man of ripe scholarly attainments and fine abilities, earnestly devoted especially to the work of elementary religious teaching. Wilson, Presb. Historical Almanac, 1867.

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