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

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APPENDIX E
Leading White Presbyterian and Congregational Ministers or Those with Five or More Years in the Low Country

1876-1900
NameHome State/
Country
CollegeTheological
Education
Church/Institution
Adams, William H. Massachusetts Harvard ColumbiaCircular
Adger, John South Carolina Union ( N.Y.) ColumbiaColumbia Theological Seminary
Boggs, W. E. India South Carolina ColumbiaColumbia Theological
Seminary; Chancellor,
University of Georgia
Brackett, G. B. MassachusettsAmherst;
Davidson, D. D.
ColumbiaSecond, Charleston
Brown, J. D. A. New York Oglethorpe Columbia Orangeburg
Chichester, C. E. Pennsylvania South Carolina ColumbiaMariner's Chapel
Dow, John ScotlandEvangelist
Dunwoody, James Georgia Yale Columbia Stoney Creek
Fogartie, James E. South Carolina Davidson; North
Carolina, M.A.,
Ph.D.
ColumbiaEdisto
Girardeau, John L. South Carolina Charleston Columbia Zion; Columbia Theological
Seminary
Hay, Thomas P. South Carolina Hampden Sydney ColumbiaEdisto
Junkin, William F. Pennsylvania Washington and
Lee
Princeton Westminster
Mack, J. B. New York Jackson (Tenn.) Columbia Zion; Columbia/ Davidson
financial agent
Missildine, A. H. MissouriCircular
Murchison, H. R. South Carolina Davidson ColumbiaBamberg; Denmark, Edisto
Murray, E. Clark South Carolina Union ( N.Y.) Columbia Summerville
Patterson, A. L. TennesseeKing ( Tenn.) Columbia Walterboro
Stevens, Joseph L. South Carolina Virginia Columbia Johns Island and Wadmalaw
Thompson, W. T. Virginia Virginia ColumbiaFirst (Scots)
Vardell, William G. South CarolinaPrivate Johns Island; New Wappetaw
Vedder, C. S. New York Union ( N.Y.);
New York, D. D.
Columbia Huguenot
Wardlaw, A. G. GeorgiaEmory Princeton Westminster
1900-1940
Beckett, T. A. South Carolina Davidson Columbia Johns Island; Rockville; James
Island

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