Van Valkenburgh, Daniel

Van Valkenburgh, Daniel a Presbyterian minister, was born at Manlheim, Herkimer Co; N.Y., Jan. 8, 1805; went to school at Hartwick Academy, Otsego Co., N. Y.; graduated at Union College, N.Y.; studied theology in Auburn Theological Seminary; was licensed by the Cayuga Presbytery, Jan. 21,1827, and ordained by the Oneida Presbytery, July 13,1831. His ministry of thirty-six years was devoted to labors in the churches at Evans's Mills, Richfield Springs, Mexico, Taberg Exeter, and Springfield all in New York.. He died Nov. 24,1864. As a theologian, she was thoroughly read, systematic, and able; as a preacher: he was faithful, direct, and clear. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1866, p. 230.

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