David McKinney (publisher)

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David McKinney
Born October 11, 1795
Kishacoquillas, Pennsylvania
Died May 28, 1879(1879-05-28) (aged 83)
Sewickley, Pennsylvania
Education Jefferson College
Princeton Theological Seminary
Spouse(s) Eliza L. Finley on May 16, 1825
Sarah F. Stockley (June 2, 1846)
Sarah Elizabeth Riddle (January 30, 1856)
Children Rev. Isaac Newton McKinney
Church Presbyterian
Ordained April 22, 1824
Presbytery of Philadelphia

David McKinney was a prominent Presbyterian pastor, theologian, and publisher in Pennsylvania.

He graduated from Jefferson College (now Washington & Jefferson College) in 1821.[1] In addition to his pastoral and professorial duties, he founded The Presbyterian Banner in 1852 in Philadelphia. He merged that publication with the Pittsburgh-based Presbyterian Advocate before selling the publication in 1864.[2] By 1906, it was considered the oldest religious magazine in the country.[3]

References[edit]

  • Chesnut, Rev. R.W. (December 1959). "A Historical Sketch". Reformed Presbyterian Advocate. PCA Historical Center. 
  1. ^ "Jefferson College 1802–1865". U. Grant Miller Library Digital Archives. Washington & Jefferson College. Archived from the original on 2009-05-01. Retrieved 2010-02-26. 
  2. ^ Dulles, Joseph Heatly (1891). Necrological reports and annual proceedings of the Alumni association of Princeton Theological seminary. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Theological Seminary. 
  3. ^ Killikelly, Sarah Hutchins (1906). The History of Pittsburgh. B.C. & Gordon Montgomery Co.