Miller, Samuel, Dd
Miller, Samuel, D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, was born at Princeton, N.J., January 23, 1816, being the son of professor Samuel Miller of Princeton College. He graduated from the college there in 1833, and the theological seminary in 1844, having been tutor in the college for several years in the meantime. He studied law, and while engaged in its practice prepared a full report of the great suit between the Old and New School branches of the Presbyterian Church at the time of the disruption. He was ordained in 1844, and after serving as stated supply at the Presbyterian Church at Mount Holly, N.J., for many years, became pastor in 1850. He also established a classical school of a high order, which continued there from 1845 to 1857. From 1858 he was stated supply at Columbus for twenty years, and for four years of the churches of Zuckerton and Bass River. He was relieved from the charge of Mount Holly Church in 1873, but continued to supply various pulpits. In 1880 he was installed pastor of the Church of Oceanic, where he labored until failing health obliged him to resign. He died. at Mount Holly, October 12, 1883. See Necrol. Report of Princeton Theol. Sent. 1884, page 32. (W.P.S.).