Miles, Henry G
Miles, Henry G.
a Presbyterian minister, was born in Amsterdam, N.Y., about the year 1811. He was educated in Hudson, Ohio, studied theology in the Union Theological Seminary, New York; was licensed by the New York Third Presbytery, and ordained by the Rochester Presbytery in 1851. He received and accepted a call to the Church at Dover, Ohio, and subsequently preached at Hublinsbury, Pa., and Parma Centre and Woodhull, N.Y., where he died, July 21, 1860. Mr. Miles had to struggle with many difficulties, but in all his duties he was conscientious and zealous. As a preacher he was clear and practical. See Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1862, page 189. (J.L.S.)