David McKinney (publisher)
|Born||October 11, 1795
|Died||May 28, 1879
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|
|Ordained||April 22, 1824
Presbytery of Philadelphia
He graduated from Jefferson College (now Washington & Jefferson College) in 1821. 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. By 1906, it was considered the oldest religious magazine in the country.
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- Dulles, Joseph Heatly (1891). Necrological reports and annual proceedings of the Alumni association of Princeton Theological seminary. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton Theological Seminary.
- Killikelly, Sarah Hutchins (1906). The History of Pittsburgh. B.C. & Gordon Montgomery Co.