Richardson, James Monroe

Richardson, James Monroe, a Presbyterian minister, was born in Carroll County, Miss., in 1829. He went to Mississippi College, where he graduated in 1849, and entered the Union Theological Seminary and passed through the full course, graduating in 1852. He was ordained in 1853, and became a stated supply of the Church at Marion, Miss., where he remained five years, and began the profession of teacher in Enterprise, Miss. In 1860 he supplied the Church at Flower's Place, Miss. After this he entered the Confederate army as an officer, and was killed in battle in Georgia in 1864. (W.P.S.)

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