Lewis, John Nitchie

Lewis, John Nitchie a Presbyterian minister, was born in Westchester County, N.Y., in 1808. He graduated at Yale College in 1828, and studied theology both at Andover and Princeton, and was licensed at Goshen, N.Y., in 1832. He preached for a number of years, principally in the State of New York, and was then chosen secretary of the Central American Education Society in New York. He was for some time editor of the Seaman's Magazine, and wrote a Manual for the Presbyterian Church. He died in 1861. — Wilson, Presbyterian Historical Almanac, 1863.

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