Our Southern Zion: A History of Calvinism in the South Carolina Low Country, 1690-1990

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APPENDIX C
Presbyterian and Congregational Ministers, 1783-1861
NameHome
State/Country
CollegeTheological
Education
Church/Institution
Adams, Robert M. Scotland Edinburgh Edinburgh Stoney Creek
Adger, John B. South Carolina Union ( N.Y.) Columbia Anson Street; CTS*
Buist, Arthur South Carolina South Carolina EdinburghFirst (Scots)
Buist, George Scotland Edinburgh EdinburghFirst (Scots)
Dana, William Massachusetts DartmouthAndover;
Columbia
Third
Douglass, John South Carolina South Carolina Columbia Johns Island and
Wadmalaw
Dunwoody, James Georgia Yale Columbia Stoney Creek;
Walterboro
Flinn, Andrew North Carolina North Carolina;
North Carolina,
D.D.
PrivateSecond, Charleston
Forrest, John Scotland Edinburgh EdinburghFirst (Scots)
Girardeau, John L. South Carolina Charleston ColumbiaWilton; Zion; CTS*
Gourtay, James Scotland Edinburgh Edinburgh Stoney Creek
Henry, T. Charlton Pennsylvania Middlebury PrincetonFirst, Columbia;
Second, Charleston
Hollinshead, William Pennsylvania Pennsylvania;
Princeton, D.D.
PrivateCircular
Howe, George Massachusetts MiddleburyAndoverCTS*
Keith, Isaac Pennsylvania Pennsylvania PrincetonCircular
Lanneau, Fleetwood, Sr. South Carolina Yale PrincetonMissionary, Syria
Lee, William States South Carolina PrincetonPrivate Edisto Island
Legaré, I. S. K. South Carolina YalePrivate Orangeburg
Leland, Aaron W. Massachusetts Williams; Brown,
M.A.; South
Carolina, D.D.
PrivateFirst (Scots); CTS*
McCalla, Daniel Pennsylvania PrincetonPrivateWappetaw
Palmer, B. M.
(the elder)
South Carolina Princeton; South
Carolina, D.D.
PrivateCircular
Palmer, B. M. (the
younger
South Carolina Franklin ColumbiaFirst, Columbia; CTS*
Walterboro
Palmer, Edward South Carolina

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