Lusk H.K., a Presbyterian minister, prosecuted his college studies at the Western University, in Monongahela City, and graduated with high honors. In 1842 he entered the theological seminary at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, and in 1846 was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Chartiers. For a time he labored in many of the vacant places of the Church, but subsequently received a call from the congregation of Cambridge, N.Y. He afterwards accepted a call from the congregation of Hulton, where he spent the rest of his ministry. He died October 25, 1862. Mr. Lusk was gifted with a simplicity of manners which made him eminently social. Familiar with the government and discipline of the Church, he filled an important place in its courts. His convictions of truth and duty were such as to prompt a fearless and unswerving advocacy of what he deemed to be right and proper. See Wilson, Presbyt. Historical Almanac, 1863, page 358. (J.L.S.)

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