May 9, 1814, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.
June 2, 1889.
Spring Hill Cemetery, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.
Edward was the son of Major David Nevin and husband of Mary Peirce.
He was educated in Arts at Jefferson College, Canonsburgh, Pennsylvania (1833) and in Theology at Princeton Seminary (1836).
He held several pastorates as a Presbyterian minister, 1836–57; then as a Congregational minister (1857–68); then, after a rest of six years through ill health, as a minister of the Reformed Church, first at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, then in Philadelphia. His works include: