Ninimo, Joseph

Ninimo, Joseph a Presbyterian minister, was born near Norfolk, Va., in 1798. He was educated at Hampden-Sidney College, Prince Edward, Va., and graduated at the theological seminary of Princeton, N.J., in 1827; was licensed and ordained in 1828, and labored as stated supply for the Church in Portsmouth, Va. In 1830 he removed to New York Presbytery, and was stated supply at Sweet Hollow, L. I. Afterwards he labored at the following places: in 1837-40, at Red Mills, N. Y.; in 1840-46, at Somers, N.Y.; in 1846-49, at North Salem, N. Y. In 1849 he removed to Huntingdon, N. Y., where he opened a school, and his life afterwards was devoted to teaching. He died April 19, 1865. Mr. Ninimo) was a devout, faithful, and exemplary minister, and his career was laborious, useful, and honorable. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1867, p. 185. (J. L. S.)

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