Tustin, Septimus, Dd
Tustin, Septimus, D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, who died at Washington, D.C., October 28, 1871, was in 1836 chaplain of the University of Virginia, and in 1844 was elected chaplain of the United States Senate. At a later period he was pastor of the. Presbyterian Church in Hagerstown, Maryland, and of the First Presbyterian Church, Germantown, Pennsylvania. He was the delegate from the Old-school Assembly to the New-school Assembly, which sat in Philadelphia in 1863. He was warmly interested in the reunion of the Presbyterian Church.