Stewart, George, an Associate Reformed minister, was born at Greencastle, Pa., in 1782, and graduated from Dickinson College in 1805. In November of that year he became a member of the first class that entered the Associate Reformed Theological Seminary in New York, under the care of Dr. John M. Mason, In June, 1809, he was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of New York, and in April, 1810, was settled as pastor in Bloomingburgh, Sullivan Co., in that state. He retained this relation till the close of his life, Sept. 20, 1818. For several years he was the principal teacher of an academy in Bloomingburgh. Mr. Stewart had an excellent reputation as a preacher, his discourses being of a deeply evangelical tone, thoroughly logical in their construction, simple and chaste in style, and every way fitted to render intelligible and impressive the mind of the Spirit. See Sprague, Annals. of the Amer. Pulpit, 9, 135.