Mccintock, John David, Dd

McCintock, John David, D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky, February 24, 1836. He graduated from Hanover College, Indiana, in 1858, and from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1862; was licensed by Philadelphia Central Presbytery the same year, and ordained an evangelist, April 11, 1864, by Ebenezer Presbytery, at Augusta, Kentucky. He first supplied the Church of Flemingsburg in 1862; in November 1863, went to Cabell County, Virginia, and supplied the Western (now Huntington) Church, doing evangelistic work until April 1865, when he took charge as stated supply of Catlettsburg Church, Kentucky, in connection with Huntingdon Church; was installed pastor of the latter Church, June 7, 1873, by Greenbrier Presbytery, and released May 15, 1876; installed pastor of Columbus Church, Mississippi, by the Presbytery of Tombeckbee, April 29, 1877, a relation which he held until his death, December 12, 1881. See Necrol. Report of Princeton Theol. Sem. 1882, page 54.

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