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Albert A. Black

Albert A. Black

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Rev. Albert A. Black was born January 10, 1850 and died on May 10, 1917. He prepared for college at the Shade Gap Academy and the Millersville State Normal School. He graduated from Mercersburg College in 1878 and from the Theological Seminary, Lancaster, in 1881. His first ministerial work was a three months' supply-pastorate in the Greenville, Ohio, charge. His first regular pastorate was at Delmont, Pa. He later served the church at Saegerstown, Boalsburg, Derry, and the Paradise Charge, Turbotville, Pa. His active ministry extended over a period of thirty-six years. He is survived by his widow.


Obituaries including Portraits and Biographical Sketches, Almanac and Year Book for the Reformed Church in the United States, 1918, page 50



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