1786-1867

March 12, 1786, Morristown, New Jersey.

June 10, 1867, Auburn, New York.

Son of John Mills, Henry was educated at New Jersey College, Princeton, where he graduated in 1802. After teaching for some time in Morristown and elsewhere, he was ordained pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Woodbridge, New Jersey, in 1816. After the opening of New York’s Auburn Theological Seminary in 1821, he was appointed Professor of Biblical Criticism and Oriental Languages there, retiring in 1854. His works include:

  1. I Now Have Found for Hope of Heaven
  1. Abide with Me, ’Tis Eventide