Sickels, William

Sickels, William a Presbyterian minister, was born at Troy, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1795. He graduated at Jefferson College, Canonsburgh, Pa., in 1824, and at the theological seminary at Princeton, N. J., in 1827; was licensed by Winchester Presbytery, and ordained by the same, in 1828; and then removed West and settled at Rushville, Ind. He subsequently preached at Washington, Shiloh, Bethany, and Hopewell, within-the bounds of Indian- apolis Presbytery; also at Connellsville, Pleasant, and Jefferson churches in Madison Presbytery. He died in Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 9, 1864. Mr. Sickels was an able preacher, always instructive and interesting. He was known as a good man, a sound theologian, and a genial friend. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1866, p. 169. (J.:L. S.)

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