Mcmullen, James Porter

Mcmullen, James Porter a Presbyterian minister, was born in Abbeville District, S.C., July 21, 1811; graduated at Franklin College, Athens, Georgia: in 1838; studied theology privately, under the direction of his brother, Rev. Dr. McMullen, and in 1841 was licensed and ordained pastor of the united churches of Matthew Zion, Concord, and Carthage, Ala., and afterwards took charge of Pleasant Ridge and Bethsaida churches, in Greene and Pickens counties, Ala. In 1864 he was appointed by the Executive Committee of Domestic Missions of the General Assembly of the Church South to labor in the Army of Tennessee, in which service he was killed in battle, May 16, 1864. Mr. McMullen was a man of excellent mind and great force of character. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1868, p. 348.

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