Wilson, John, Dd
Wilson, John, D.D.
a missionary of the Scotch Free Church to Bombay. Though not so widely known as Dr. Duff, he was a kindred spirit. His influence had become very great in India, where he spent forty-eight years of missionary toil. While at home a short time, he was made moderator of the General Assembly, and men rose up everywhere to do him honor. He returned to India and assumed his labors, continuing in vigorous health until a few months before his death, which occurred in Bombay in 1875. See Presbyterian, Jan. 1, 1876. (W. S.)