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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