Born: April 22, 1840, Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Died: August 21, 1923, Elkton, Maryland.
Buried: Northwood Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Daniel was the husband of Eleanor Maurice.
He attended a Select Academy in Charlottetown, and graduated from Truro Seminary (later merged into Dalhousie College), Nova Scotia, in 1863.
He was principal of the Bedford Grammar School, Nova Scotia, for a year, then principal of Granville Street Classical in Halifax for two years.
While teaching in Halifax he took the first year of his theological course at the Presbyterian Theological Hall there.
He entered Princeton Theological Seminary in 1866, and graduated in 1869. He was licensed by the Presbytery of New Brunswick April 21, 1868, and the Presbytery of Monmouth July 13, 1869.
At the same time, he became pastor of the Millstone Church in Perrineville, New Jersey, where he served until January 1872. He also pastored churches in Knowlton, Hope and Delaware, New Jersey (1872–73), and was a supply pastor for the Lehigh Avenue Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1873–76).
From 1876–1920, he engaged in preaching, lecturing, and evangelism.
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