Samuel J. Wilson
|Samuel Jennings Wilson|
|Born||July 19, 1828
Washington County, Pennsylvania
|Died||August 17, 1883
Western Theological Seminary
Wilson was born in Washington County, Pennsylvania on July 19, 1828 and attended Washington College and was a student and teacher at the Western Theological Seminary (now Pittsburgh Theological Seminary) in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania for over 25 years, serving as chair of sacred and ecclesiastical history. He served as a delegate to various national and world-wide conferences of the Presbyterian Church. He served President Pro Tem. for Washington & Jefferson College from April 20, 1869 to August 4, 1869. After his death from typhoid in 1883, he was called "one of the abelest and most learned ministers in the Presbyterian Church."
"Samuel J. Wilson Papers, 1856-1926 (bulk 1860-1886)". Manuscripts Division, Princeton University Library. Department of Rare Books and Special Collections.
|Interim President of Washington and Jefferson College
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The Rev. Howard Crosby
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