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1675: [Nathanael Huntting] Born
1697: [Nathanael Huntting] Minister, East Hampton Presbyterian Church, New York
1702 June 26: [Philip Doddridge] Born, London, England
1703 February 5: [Gilbert Tennent] Born, County Armagh, Ireland
1723: [Philip Doddridge] Became head of a new academy at Market Harborough and pastor of the independent congregation in Castle Hill, Northampton
1725: [Gilbert Tennent] Graduated, Yale College
1725: [Gilbert Tennent] Lisensed to Preach
1726-1743: [Gilbert Tennent] Pastor, New Brunswick, New Jersey
1727 August 5: [John Rodgers] Born, Boston, Massachusetts
1736: [Philip Doddridge] Graduated, Doctor of Divinity, University of Aberdeen
1736 January 21: [Charles Nisbet] Born, Haddington, Scotland
1746: [Nathanael Huntting] Retired, East Hampton Presbyterian Church
1746 May 30: [John Henry Livingston] Born, Poughkeepsie, New York
1747 June: [John Rodgers] Licensed to preach, Presbytery of Newcastle
1749 March 16: [John Rodgers] Ordained, Presbytery o f Newcastle
1749-1765: [John Rodgers] Pastor, St. George Church, Philadelphia
1751 March 15: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Born, Pequea, Pennsylvania
1751 October 26: [Philip Doddridge] Died
1753: [Gilbert Tennent] Tennent along with Samuel Davies traveled to Europe to solicit funds for the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1753: [Nathanael Huntting] Died
1754: [Charles Nisbet] Graduated, University of Edinburgh
1760 September 24: [Charles Nisbet] Licensed to Preach, Presbytery of Edinburgh
1762: [John Henry Livingston] Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, Yale College
1764 May 17: [Charles Nisbet] Ordained, Presbytery of Brechin
1764 July 23: [Gilbert Tennent] Died, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1765-1776: [John Rodgers] Pastor, New York City
1766: [Charles Nisbet] Married to Anne Tweedie
1767-1769: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Student, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1768: [John Rodgers] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, University of Edinburgh
1769 October 30: [Samuel Miller] Born, Dover, Delaware
1770: [John Henry Livingston] Ordained
1770-1773: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Tutor, College of New Jersey
1772 April 17: [Archibald Alexander] Born, near Lexington, Virginia
1773: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Ordained
1773: [Andrew Hunter] Licensed to Preach, Presbytery of Philadelphia
1773: [Andrew Hunter] Missionary, Pennsylvania and Virginia
1775-1779: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Rector, Prince Edward Academy (now Hampden-Sydney College)
1777: [John Rodgers] Chaplain, Convention of the State of New York
1777 May 4: [Matthew LaRue Perrine] Born, Freehold, New Jersey
1778: [Andrew Hunter] Ordained
1778: [Andrew Hunter] Chaplain, Continental Army
1779-1786: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Professor, Moral Philosophy, College of New Jersey
1780-1782: [John Rodgers] Pastor, Amenia, New York
1782-1783: [John Rodgers] Pastor, Lamington, New Jersey
1782-1788: [Archibald Alexander] Student, Timber Ridge Academy, Virginia
1783: [Charles Nisbet] Awarded Doctor of Divinity, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1783-1811: [John Rodgers] Pastor, New York City
1785: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Elected to the American Philosophical Society
1785-1804: [Charles Nisbet] President, Dickson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
1786 February 3: [Wilhelm Gesenius] Born, Nordhausen, Germany
1787-1795: [Andrew Brown] Pastor, St. Matthews Church, Halifax
1788: [Samuel Miller] Graduated, University of Pennsylvania
1788-1804: [Andrew Hunter] Elected trustee, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1789: [John Rodgers] Moderator, Presbyterian General Assembly
1789-1795: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Vice President, College of New Jersey
1793 June 5: [Samuel Miller] Ordained, Presbytery of New York
1793-1801: [Samuel Miller] Associate pastor, First Church, New York City
1794: [Andrew Hunter] Teacher, Woodbury, New Jersey
1794 June 7: [Archibald Alexander] Ordained, Presbytery of Hanover
1794-1797: [Archibald Alexander] Pastor, Briery and Cub Creek, Virginia
1795-1812: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] President, College of New Jersey
1797: [Matthew LaRue Perrine] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1797 July 28: [James Black McCreary] Born, Taneytown, Maryland
1797 December 27: [Charles Hodge] Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1797-1798: [Archibald Alexander] Pastor, Briery, Virginia
1797-1801: [Archibald Alexander] President, Hampden-Sydney College
1800 February 28: [John Dorrance] Born, Kingston, Pennsylvania
1800 March 25: [Stephen Colwell] Born, western Virginia (now West Virginia)
1800 June 24: [Matthew LaRue Perrine] Ordained evangelist, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1800 October 23: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Born, Troy, New York
1801-1813: [Samuel Miller] Pastor, Wall Street Church, New York City
1802: [William Swan Plumer] Born, July 26, at Greersburg (Darlington), Pennsylvania.
1802 September 25: [David Deforest Ely] Born, Lebanon, Connecticut
1802 December 25: [Nicholas Murray] Born, Ballinaskea, Ireland
1802-1807: [Archibald Alexander] Pastor, Pine Street Church, Philadelphia
1803-1806: [Wilhelm Gesenius] Student, University of Helmstedt
1804: [Samuel Miller] Awarded Doctor of Divinity, University of Pennsylvania
1804 January 18: [Charles Nisbet] Died, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
1804 March 13: [James Waddel Alexander] Born, Louisa County, Virginia. Eldest son of Archibald Alexander and wife Janetta Waddel.
1804-1808: [Andrew Hunter] Professor, Mathematics and Astronomy, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1805 June 13: [Johann Eduard Erdmann] Born, Wolmar, Livonia (now Valmiera, Latvia)
1806 November 24: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Born, Northampton, Pennsylvania
1807: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Born, Canonsburg, PA
1807: [Archibald Alexander] Moderator, General Assembly
1807 March 3: [Walter Hoge Lowrie] Born, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania
1808: [Joseph Owen] (Augusta) Born, Canada, Augusta Margaret Firth Proctor. Daughter of Col. Henry and Elizabeth Proctor.
1808 January 9: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Born, Troy, New York
1809 April 24: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Son of Archibald Alexander. Brother to James Waddel and William Cowper Alexander
1810: [Archibald Alexander] Awarded Doctor of Divinity, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1810-1811: [Wilhelm Gesenius] Professor extraordinarius, University of Halle
1810-1825: [John Henry Livingston] President, Queens College (now Rutgers University)
1811: [James Clement Moffat] Born in Glencree, Scotland
1811 May 7: [John Rodgers] Died
1811 July 14: [Richard Webster] Born, Albany, New York
1811-1842: [Wilhelm Gesenius] Professor, University of Halle
1811-1857: [George Washington Janvier] Pastor, Pittsgrove Presbyterian Church, Pittsgrove, New Jersey
1812-1840: [Archibald Alexander] Professor, Didactic and Polemic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1813 June 24: [Henry Ward Beecher] Born, Litchfield, Connecticut
1813 July 31: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Born, Medford, Massachusetts
1813-1849: [Samuel Miller] Professor, Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, Princeton Theological Seminary
1814 June 14: [Joseph Owen] (Joseph) Born, Bedford, New York
1815: [Charles Hodge] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1816: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Born, son of Samuel Miller, Professor, Princeton Seminary
1816 April 25: [Levi Janvier] Born, Pittsgrove, New Jersey
1818: [Matthew LaRue Perrine] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Alleghany College
1818 June 19: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Born, York District, South Carolina
1819: [Stephen Colwell] Student, Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
1819: [Charles Hodge] Graduated, Princeton Theological Seminary
1819 January 1: [Philip Schaff] Born, Chur, Switzerland
1819 January 7: [John Clark Bayless] Born, Louisville, Kentucky
1819 March 19: [William Edward Schenck] Born, Princeton, New Jersey
1819 August 21: [Samuel Stanhope Smith] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1819 November 1: [David Trumbull] Born, Elizabeth, New Jersey
1819-1820: [Charles Hodge] Missionary, Falls of Schuylkill, Philadelphia, Arsenal and Woodbury, New Jersey
1819-1822: [Matthew LaRue Perrine] Elected to the Board of Directors, Princeton Theological Seminary
1820: [James Waddel Alexander] Graduated, College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1820-1822: [Charles Hodge] Instructor, Original Languages of Scripture, Princeton Theological Seminary
1821: [Stephen Colwell] Admitted to the Bar
1821 November 28: [Charles Hodge] Ordained, New Brunswick Presbytery, New Jersey
1821-1828: [Stephen Colwell] Practiced law, St. Clarksville, Ohio
1821-1836: [Matthew LaRue Perrine] Professor, Ecclesiastical History and Church Polity, Auburn Theological Seminary
1822 January 10: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Born, Aurora, New York
1822 June 6: [George Musgrave Giger] Born, Baltimore, Maryland
1822 October 16: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Born, New York City
1822-1840: [Charles Hodge] Professor, Oriental and Biblical Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
1823: [John Dorrance] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1823 February 24: [Andrew Hunter] Died
1823 July 10: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Born, Salem, New Jersey
1823 July 18: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Born, Princeton, New Jersey
1823-1826: [John Dorrance] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1824: [James Waddel Alexander] Tutor, Princeton Theological Seminary
1824 June 7: [William Miller Paxton] Born, Adams County, Pennsylvania
1825: [William Henry Green] Born, Groveville, New Jersey
1825: [William Swan Plumer] B.A., Washington College, Virginia.
1825 January 25: [John Henry Livingston] Died
1825-1826: [William Swan Plumer] Student, Princeton Seminary.
1825-1828: [James Black McCreary] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1826: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Graduated, College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1826: [Nicholas Murray] Graduated, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts
1826: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Graduated, Union College, New York
1826: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Graduated from Jefferson College
1826 November 27: [John Dorrance] Ordained, Presbytery of Mississippi
1826-1829: [Nicholas Murray] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1826-1829: [William Swan Plumer] Missionary and stated supply, Virginia and North Carolina.
1826-1831: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Attorney
1827: [James Waddel Alexander] Ordained
1827: [William Swan Plumer] Ordained evangelist, by Presbytery of Orange.
1827 September 1: [Henry Clay Cameron] Born, Shepherdstown, Virginia
1827 October 30: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Born, Manchester, Vermont
1827-1830: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1827-1830: [John Dorrance] Pastor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
1828: [James Black McCreary] Missionary, Maryland
1828 April 17: [James Black McCreary] Received pastor's license, Presbytery of Philadelphia
1828 May 9: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Born, Hookstown, Pennsylvania
1828 May 11: [Norman White Cary] Died, Detroit
1828 December 2: [Thomas Railey Markham] Born, Fayette, Mississippi
1828-1836: [Stephen Colwell] Practiced law, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1829: [Richard Webster] Graduated, Union College
1829: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Graduated, Union College, Schenectady, New York
1829: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Graduated, Yale College
1829 November 4: [Nicholas Murray] Ordained, Presbytery of Susquehanna
1829-1830: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Teacher
1829-1830: [James Black McCreary] Stated supply, Lawsville and Great Bend, Pennsylvania
1829-1832: [James Waddel Alexander] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church in Trenton, New Jersey
1829-1832: [Johann Eduard Erdmann] Minister of Religion, Wolmar
1829-1833: [Nicholas Murray] Pastor, Wilkes-Barre and Kingston, Pennsylvania
1830: [William Swan Plumer] Stated supply, Petersburg, Virginia.
1830 February 21: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Born, Princeton, New Jersey
1830 December 3: [Alfred Yeomans] Born, North Adams, Massachusetts
1830-1831: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Agent, American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Africa
1830-1832: [David Deforest Ely] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1830-1833: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages And Literature, College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1830-1833: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1831: [James Black McCreary] Stated supply, Groton, New York
1831-1833: [John Dorrance] Pastor, Wysox, Pennsylvania
1831-1834: [Richard Webster] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1831-1834: [William Swan Plumer] Pastor, Petersburg, Virginia.
1831-1834: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Student, Canonsburg Theological Seminary
1832 January 21: [Samuel Dodd] Born, County Down, Ireland
1832 February 29: [Charles Russell Clarke] Born, Albion, New York
1832 September 26: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Ordained, Presbytery of Geneva
1832-1833: [James Black McCreary] Stated supply, Deposit
1832-1834: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Pastor, Phelps, New York
1833: [James Waddel Alexander] Professor of Rhetoric, College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1833: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] B.A., College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1833 January 20: [Ashbel Green Simonton] Born, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
1833 November 8: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Ordained, Third Philadelphia Presbytery
1833-1836: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1833-1861: [Nicholas Murray] Pastor, First Church, Elizabethtown, New Jersey
1833-1861: [John Dorrance] Pastor, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
1833-1876: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Pastor, Tenth Church, Philadelphia
1834: [Henry Ward Beecher] Graduated, Amherst College
1834: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Assistant to Charles Hodge, Professor of Oriental and Biblical Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
1834: [James Black McCreary] Stated supply, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
1834: [Charles Hodge] Awarded Doctor of Divinity, Rutgers University
1834 May 18: [Sheldon Jackson] Born, Minaville, New York
1834 July 24: [David Deforest Ely] Ordained, evangelist, Second Presbytery of Philadelphia
1834 November 29: [Edward John Hamilton] Born, Belfast, Ireland
1834-1837: [Henry Ward Beecher] Student, Lane Seminary
1834-1837: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1834-1838: [David Deforest Ely] Seaman's chaplain, Havre and Marseilles, France
1834-1846: [William Swan Plumer] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia.
1835: [Richard Webster] Missionary, Easton, Pennsylvania
1835: [Levi Janvier] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1835: [Joseph Owen] (Joseph) Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1835: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Ordained into the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
1835: [James Clement Moffat] B.A., College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1835: [James Black McCreary] Stated supply, Bald Eagle
1835 February 8: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Born, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1835 April 29: [Richard Webster] Ordained evangelist, Presbytery of Albany
1835 September 27: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Born, Princeton, New Jersey
1835 October 11: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Born, Montgomery Square, Pennsylvania. Son of Rev. Charles William and Hannah Hamill Nassau
1835 October 28: [James Addison Henry] Born, Cranbury, New Jersey
1835-1836: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Tutor, College of New Jersey
1835-1837: [James Clement Moffat] Tutor, New Haven, Connecticut
1835-1839: [Joseph Owen] (Joseph) Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1835-1842: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Pastor, Carlisle, PA
1836: [John Clark Bayless] Graduated, Central College, Danville, Kentucky
1836 February 11: [Matthew LaRue Perrine] Died, Auburn, New York
1836 November 25: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Ordained, Fairfield East Congregational Consociation
1836-1839: [Johann Eduard Erdmann] Professor-extraordinary, Philosophy, University of Halle
1836-1841: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Lawyer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1836-1845: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Pastor, Congregational Church, Fair Haven Connecticut
1837: [James Black McCreary] Stated supply, Northumberland
1837 February 5: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Born, Northfield, Massachusetts
1837 March 6: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Born, New York City
1837 March 26: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Born, Clayville, Pennsylvania
1837-1839: [Henry Ward Beecher] Pastor, Lawrenceburg, Indiana
1837-1839: [Levi Janvier] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1837-1839: [James Clement Moffat] Tutor, Greek, Princeton, New Jersey
1837-1840: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Pastor, Upper Freehold, New Jersey
1837-1856: [Richard Webster] Pastor, Mauch Chunk (now Jim Thorpe)
1838: [William Edward Schenck] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1838: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Associate Professor of Oriental and Biblical Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
1838: [James Clement Moffat] M.A., College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1838 August 7: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1838 November 8: [James Black McCreary] Ordained, Presbytery of Montrose
1838-1839: [William Edward Schenck] Law student
1838-1839: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Stated supply, First Church Wilmington, Delaware
1838-1841: [John Clark Bayless] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1838-1865: [James Black McCreary] Pastor, Great Bend (now Halstead)
1839 October 2: [Joseph Owen] (Joseph) Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of Bedford
1839-1841: [James Clement Moffat] Professor, Greek and Latin, Lafayette College
1839-1842: [William Edward Schenck] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1839-1847: [Henry Ward Beecher] Pastor, Indianapolis, Indiana
1839-1858: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Pastor, First Church Wilmington, Delaware
1839-1892: [Johann Eduard Erdmann] Professor, Philosophy, University of Halle
1840: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Succeeded Charles Hodge as chair
1840: [William Henry Green] B.A., Lafayette College
1840 December 31: [Levi Janvier] Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of West Jersey
1840-1842: [William Henry Green] Tutor, Lafayette College
1840-1851: [Archibald Alexander] Professor, Pastoral and Polemic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1840-1854: [Charles Hodge] Professor, Exegetical and Didactic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1840-1868: [Joseph Owen] (Joseph) Missionary, Allahabad, India
1841: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1841: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Student, College of New Jersey (Now Princeton University)
1841: [George Musgrave Giger] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1841: [Philip Schaff] Graduated, University of Berlin
1841 September 23: [John Clark Bayless] Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of Louisville
1841-1842: [John Clark Bayless] Stated supply, Cloverport, Kentucky
1841-1844: [George Musgrave Giger] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1841-1852: [James Clement Moffat] Professor, Latin and Modern History, Miami University (Ohio)
1841-1864: [Levi Janvier] Missionary, Futtehghur, Lodiana, Ambala and Sabathu, India
1842: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1842: [William Edward Schenck] Missionary, coal regions, Pennsylvania
1842: [David Trumbull] Graduated, Yale College
1842: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Graduated, New York University
1842: [Joseph Owen] (Augusta) Left England and traveled around the world
1842: [Philip Schaff] Associate Professor, University of Berlin
1842 October 10: [John DeWitt] Born, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
1842 October 23: [Wilhelm Gesenius] Died, Halle, Germany
1842-1844: [John Clark Bayless] Pastor, Jeffersonville, Indiana
1842-1845: [David Trumbull] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1842-1845: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1842-1845: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Student, Princeton Seminary
1842-1854: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Professor, Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, Western Theological Seminary
1843: [Nicholas Murray] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Williams College
1843: [Francis Landey Patton] Born in Warwick, Bermuda
1843: [William Miller Paxton] Graduated, Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg (now Gettysburg College)
1843: [Philip Schaff] Professor, Church History and Biblical Literature, German Reformed Theological Seminary, Mercersburg, Pennsylvania
1843 February 28: [William Edward Schenck] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1843-1844: [William Henry Green] Teacher, math, Lafayette College
1843-1845: [William Edward Schenck] Pastor, Manchester, New Jersey
1843-1846: [William Henry Green] Student, Princeton Seminary
1843-1851: [Walter Hoge Lowrie] Law Professor, Western University (University of Pittsburgh)
1843-1871: [Stephen Colwell] Served on the Board of Trustees, Princeton Theological Seminary
1844: [James Waddel Alexander] Pastor, Duane Street Presbyterian Church, New York
1844: [David Deforest Ely] Teacher, Rahway, New Jersey
1844: [Joseph Owen] (Augusta) Married to Joseph Owen, Allahabad, India
1844: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Given honorary doctor of divinity, Marshall, Pennsylvania
1844: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Ordained evangelist
1844-1846: [George Musgrave Giger] Tutor, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1844-1848: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1844-1854: [John Clark Bayless] Pastor, Covington, Kentucky
1845: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1845: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Assistant, Reformed Church of America, Brooklyn
1845: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Assistant, 8th Street Presbyterian Church, New York City
1845 June 13: [David Trumbull] Ordained, Congregationalist, Norwich, Connecticut
1845-1848: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1845-1848: [William Edward Schenck] Pastor, Hammond Street Church, New York City
1845-1848: [William Miller Paxton] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1845-1850: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Pastor, Leeds, New York
1845-1857: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Principal, West Jersey Collegiate Institute
1845-1865: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Stated supply, Columbus, New Jersey
1845-1873: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Pastor, Mt. Holly, New Jersey
1845-1889: [David Trumbull] Missionary, Valparaiso, Chile, South America
1846: [Charles Augustus Aiken] B.A., Dartmouth College
1846: [David Deforest Ely] Teacher, Bridgeport, Connecticut
1846: [Charles Hodge] Moderator, General Assembly
1846 January 14: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Ordained, Presbytery of Elizabethtown
1846 February 14: [Joseph Owen] (Augusta) Son Henry James Owen is born
1846 February 14: [Henry James Owen] Born, Allahabad, India
1846 August 21: [William Durant] Born, Albany, New York
1846-1847: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Pastor, First Church, Morristown, New Jersey
1846-1849: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Stated supply, Burlington, New Jersey
1846-1849: [William Henry Green] Instructor, Hebrew, Princeton Seminary
1846-1851: [Walter Hoge Lowrie] District Judge, Pennsylvania
1846-1856: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Pastor, Litchfield, Connecticut
1846-1947: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Teacher, Lawrence Academy, Groton, Massachusetts
1847: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Ordained as evangelist by the Presbytery of New Brunswick
1847: [Henry Clay Cameron] Graduated, A.B. with Honors, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1847: [David Deforest Ely] Teacher, Trenton, New Jersey
1847-1848: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Missionary, Bedford, New York
1847-1849: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Teacher, Phillips' Academy, Andover, Massachusetts
1847-1849: [William Henry Green] Stated supply,Second Presbyterian Church, Princeton
1847-1850: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Missionary, Allahabad, India
1847-1850: [Henry Clay Cameron] Teacher, King George Court House, Virginia
1847-1851: [David Trumbull] Editor, The Neighbor
1847-1854: [William Swan Plumer] Pastor, Franklin Street Church, Baltimore, Maryland.
1847-1854: [George Musgrave Giger] Professor, Greek, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1847-1887: [Henry Ward Beecher] Pastor, Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, New York
1848: [William Henry Green] Ordained evangelist
1848: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Graduated at the age of 18 from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton Theological Seminary)
1848 January 21: [David Deforest Ely] Died, Trenton, New Jersey
1848 May 4: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of West Jersey
1848 May 23: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Ordained, Presbytery of West Jersey
1848 October 4: [William Miller Paxton] Ordained, Presbytery of Carlisle
1848-1849: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Stated supply, Oak Grove and Pleasant Ridge, Alabama
1848-1850: [William Miller Paxton] Pastor, Greencastle, Pennsylvania
1848-1851: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Pastor, Cedarville, New Jersey
1848-1851: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Pastor, Reformed Church of America, Tompkinsville
1848-1852: [William Edward Schenck] Pastor, First Church, Princeton, New Jersey
1849: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Graduated, Washington College, Pennsylvania
1849: [James Waddel Alexander] Professor of Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1849: [Nicholas Murray] Moderator, Presbyterian General Assembly
1849: [Thomas Railey Markham] Graduated, Oakland College, Mississippi
1849 February 8: [John Ellsworth Peters] Born, Newark, New Jersey
1849 October 29: [Norman White Cary] Born, New York City
1849-1850: [Samuel Miller] Professor emeritus, Princeton Theological Seminary
1849-1851: [William Henry Green] Pastor, Central Church, Philadelphia
1849-1852: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1849-1852: [Thomas Railey Markham] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1849-1853: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Pastor, Third Church, Trenton
1849-1853: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1849-1850, 1852-1853: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Student, Andover Theological Seminary
1850 April 15: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Ordained, Presbytery of Tuscaloosa
1850 June 5: [David Trumbull] Married to Jane Fitch, Smithfield, North Carolina
1850 June 7: [Samuel Miller] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1850-1851: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Tutor, College of New Jersey (now Princeton Theological Seminary)
1850-1852: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Student, Universities of Halle, Berlin, and Leipzig
1850-1855: [Henry Clay Cameron] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1850-1855: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Pastor, Athens, New York
1850-1859: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Pastor, Hebron and Ebenezer
1851: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Chair of Biblical and Ecclesiastical History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1851: [James Waddel Alexander] Pastor, 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York
1851: [Henry Clay Cameron] Principal, Edgehill School, Princeton
1851: [Archibald Alexander] Professor, Pastoral and Polemic Theology and Church Government, Princeton Theological Seminary
1851 October 22: [Archibald Alexander] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1851 November 5: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Born, Lexington, Kentucky
1851-1855: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Principal, Edgehill School, Princeton
1851-1855: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Pastor, Lower West Nottingham, Maryland
1851-1857: [Walter Hoge Lowrie] Named Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
1851-1859: [William Henry Green] Professor, Biblical and Oriental Literature, Princeton Seminary
1851-1859: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Pastor, Stapleton
1851-1859: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Professor, Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, Princeton Theological Seminary
1851-1865: [William Miller Paxton] Pastor, First Church, Pittsburgh
1852: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, University of Ohio
1852: [Ashbel Green Simonton] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1852: [Alfred Yeomans] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1852 September 27: [George Tybout Purves] Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1852 November 9: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Ordained, Presbytery of Washington
1852-1853: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Teacher, Princeton Theological Seminary
1852-1853: [James Clement Moffat] Professor, Greek and Hebrew, Cincinnati Seminary
1852-1854: [William Edward Schenck] Superintendent, Church Extension Presbytery of Philadelphia
1852-1855: [Henry Clay Cameron] Tutor, Greek, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1852-1857: [Alfred Yeomans] Lawyer
1853: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Appointed Stated Supply, Ainslie Street Church, Williamsburg, New York
1853: [Edward John Hamilton] Graduated, Hanover College
1853: [Charles Russell Clarke] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1853-1856: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Stated supply, La Grange and Columbus, Texas
1853-1860: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Pastor, Market Street Reformed Church in America (Dutch), New York City
1853-1854, 1856-1858: [Edward John Hamilton] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1854: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Graduated, Master of Arts, University of Ohio
1854: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Moderator, Presbyterian General Assembly
1854: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1854: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1854 August 16: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Born, Providence, Rhode Island
1854 October 19: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Ordained, Congregationalist
1854 November 5: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Ordained, Presbytery of New York
1854-1856: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Teacher, Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, New Jersey
1854-1859: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Pastor, Yarmouth, Maine
1854-1859: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Professor, Pastoral Theology, Church Government, and Homiletics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1854-1861: [James Clement Moffat] Professor, Latin and History, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1854-1862: [William Swan Plumer] Pastor, Central Church, Allegheny, Pennsylvania and Professor, Western Theological Seminary
1854-1865: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Pastor, Ainslie Street Church, Williamsburg, New York
1854-1865: [George Musgrave Giger] Professor, Latin, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1854-1866: [John Clark Bayless] Missionary and stated supply, Bethesda Church (Ashland)
1854-1878: [Charles Hodge] Professor, Exegetical, Didactic, and Polemical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1854-1886: [William Edward Schenck] Corresponding secretary, Presbyterian Board of Publication
1855: [Sheldon Jackson] Graduated, Union College
1855: [Henry Clay Cameron] Graduated, A.M., Princeton Theological Seminary
1855 July 22: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Born, Philadelphia
1855-1856: [Thomas Railey Markham] Student, Yale Divinity School
1855-1856: [Thomas Railey Markham] Student, Colgate Theological Seminary, Hamilton, New York
1855-1857: [Charles Russell Clarke] Tutor, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1855-1858: [Sheldon Jackson] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1855-1858: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1855-1858: [Ashbel Green Simonton] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1855-1859: [Charles Russell Clarke] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1855-1860: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Pastor, Deerfield
1855-1861: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Pastor, Fredericksburg, Virginia
1855-1861: [Henry Clay Cameron] Adjunct and Associate Professor, Greek, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1856: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Graduated, Western Theological Seminary
1856: [Robert Dick Wilson] Born, Indiana, Pennsylvania
1856: [Joseph Owen] (Augusta) Left India and traveled to England and America
1856: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Moves to Chicago, works as a shoe salesman
1856 June 19: [Richard Webster] Died, Mauch Chunk (now Jim Thorpe)
1856 August 30: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Born, Allegheny City, Pennsylvania
1856 October 24: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Born, Madison, Indiana
1856-1857: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Student, University of Heidelberg
1856-1859: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1856-1860: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Pastor, Presbyterian Church at Oxford, Pennsylvania
1856-1861: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Stated supply, First Church, San Antonio
1856-1861: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Pastor, Shokan, New York
1857: [James Addison Henry] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1857: [Robert Hamill Nassau] M.A., College of New Jersey
1857: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Graduated, Hamilton College, New York
1857 May 24: [Thomas Railey Markham] Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of New Orleans, Louisiana
1857 July 27: [Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge] Born, Cornwall, England
1857-1860: [James Addison Henry] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1857-1860: [Alfred Yeomans] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1857-1863: [Walter Hoge Lowrie] Chief Justice, Pennsylvania Supreme Court
1858: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Ordained, Presbytery of Huntingdon
1858: [Edward John Hamilton] Student, Andover Theological Seminary (now Andover Newton Theological School)
1858: [Edward John Hamilton] Student, Union Theological Seminary
1858: [Joseph Owen] (Augusta) Returned to India
1858: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Organizes North Market Hall Sabbath school
1858: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Graduated, Washington College, Pennsylvania
1858: [Samuel Dodd] Graduated, New York University
1858 May 5: [Sheldon Jackson] Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of Albany
1858 November 25: [Edward John Hamilton] Ordained, Presbytery, Nassau
1858-1859: [Sheldon Jackson] Missionary, Choctaws
1858-1861: [Edward John Hamilton] Pastor, Oyster Bay
1858-1861: [Thomas Railey Markham] Pastor, Lafayette Church, New Orleans
1858-1861: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Student, Western Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
1858-1861: [Samuel Dodd] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1858-1862: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Stated supply. Tuckerton and Bass River, New Jersey
1858-1863: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Pastor, Second Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut
1859: [William Edward Schenck] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Jefferson College
1859: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Chair of Hellenistic and New Testament Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
1859: [John Dorrance] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, College of New Jersey
1859 April 6: [Alford Kelley] Born, Baltimore, Maryland
1859 April 14: [Ashbel Green Simonton] Ordained, evangelist, Presbytery of Carlisle
1859 July 31: [James Waddel Alexander] Died, Alleghany County, Virginia. Interred in the Alexander Family plot, Princeton Cemetery
1859 September 7: [Chalmers Martin] Born, Ashland, Kentucky
1859-1860: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Professor, Church History and Practical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1859-1862: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Stated supply, South Cong church, Bridgeport, Connecticut
1859-1864: [Sheldon Jackson] Home missionary, La Crescent, Minnesota
1859-1866: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Pastor, Ebenezer
1859-1866: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Professor, Latin Language and Literature, Dartmouth College
1859-1867: [Ashbel Green Simonton] Missionary, Brazil
1859-1870: [Henry Clay Cameron] Instructor, French and Latin, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1859-1900: [William Henry Green] Professor, Oriental and Old Testament Literature, Princeton Seminary
1860: [John Clark Bayless] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Centre College, Kentucky
1860: [William Miller Paxton] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Jefferson College
1860: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Graduated, Union Theological Seminary
1860 January 28: [Joseph Addison Alexander] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1860 February 15: [George Musgrave Giger] Ordained Evangelist, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1860 March 2: [George Stewart Duncan] Born, Albany, New York
1860 June 5: [James Addison Henry] Ordained, Presbytery of Philadelphia
1860 December 20: [Alfred Yeomans] Ordained, Presbytery of Newton
1860-1861: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Professor, Ecclesiastical History and Church Government, Princeton Theological Seminary
1860-1863: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Pastor, Binghamton, New York
1860-1865: [Alfred Yeomans] Pastor, Musconetcong Valley, New Jersey
1860-1867: [William Miller Paxton] Professor, Sacred Rhetoric, Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny
1860-1869: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Principal, Edgehill School, Princeton
1860-1879: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Professor of New Testament Literature and Biblical Greek, Princeton Theological Seminary
1860-1890: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Pastor, Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn
1860-1906: [James Addison Henry] Pastor, Princeton Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1861: [George Musgrave Giger] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Jefferson College, Pennsylvania (now Washington and Jefferson College)
1861: [Robert Hamill Nassau] M.D., University of Pennsylvania Medical School
1861: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] Born, Lexington, Kentucky. Son of William and Mary Cabell Breckinridge Warfield, brother of Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield.
1861: [John DeWitt] Graudated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1861: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Ordained
1861 February 4: [Nicholas Murray] Died, Elizabethtown
1861 April 17: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1861 April 18: [John Dorrance] Died, Wilkes-Barre
1861 September 3: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Ordained, Presbytery of Roanoke
1861 November 3: [Samuel Dodd] Ordained, evangelist, Ningpo Presbytery
1861-1863: [John DeWitt] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1861-1864: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Pastor, First Church of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
1861-1864: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Missionary, Corisco, Africa
1861-1865: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Chaplain, Confederate States of America
1861-1869: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Pastor, Charlotte Church, Virginia
1861-1877: [James Clement Moffat] Lecturer, Greek Literature, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1861-1883: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Professor, Ecclesiastical, Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1861-1888: [James Clement Moffat] Professor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1861-1904: [Henry Clay Cameron] Professor, Greek, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1862: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] DD, College of New Jersey (Now Princeton University)
1862: [Edward John Hamilton] Evangelist, Dromore, Ireland
1862: [Geerhardus Vos] Born, March 14, Heerenveen, Netherlands, to Jan Hendrick Vos and Aaltje Beuker Vos
1862 January 17: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Ordained, Presbytery of Sangamon
1862 September 17: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Married Mary Cloyd Latta, teacher at the Evangasimba girl's school in Corisco
1862-1865: [Thomas Railey Markham] Chaplain, Confederate States of America
1862-1867: [Ashbel Green Simonton] First Church, Rio de Janeiro
1862-1869: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Pastor, Third Church, Springfield, Illinois
1862-1870: [William Edward Schenck] Editor, Presbyterian Board of Publication
1862-1870: [Charles Russell Clarke] Teacher and evangelist, San Francisco
1862-1873: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Pastor, 21st Street Reformed Church of America, New York City
1863: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Student, University of Berlin
1863: [Francis Landey Patton] B.A., Knox College, University of Toronto
1863: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Appointed missionary of the Young Men's Christian Association of Chicago
1863 February 1: [Henry Clay Cameron] Ordained Evangelist, Presbytery, Philadelphia
1863-1865: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Chaplain, New England Hospital, New York City
1863-1865: [Francis Landey Patton] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1863-1865: [Edward John Hamilton] Chaplin, Union Army
1863-1865: [Samuel Dodd] Stated supply, Yu-yiao Church, China
1863-1866: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Pastor, New Canaan, Connecticut
1863-1869: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Pastor, Waterford(town), New York
1863-1870: [Philip Schaff] Secretary, Sabbath Committee, New York City
1864: [Joseph Owen] (Joseph) Granted Doctor of Divinity, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1864: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Doctor of Divinity (honorary), College of New Jersey
1864: [Charles Hodge] Awarded LLD, Washington College, Pennsylvania
1864 March 25: [Levi Janvier] Died, Anandpoor, India
1864 September 7: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1864-1869: [Sheldon Jackson] Pastor, Rochester
1864-1877: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Professor, Didactic and Polemical Theology, Western Theological Seminary
1865: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Stated supply, First Church of Pittsburgh
1865: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Given honorary doctorate, Hampden-Sydney College
1865: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, New York University
1865 June 9: [John DeWitt] Ordained, Third Presbyterian Church, New York City
1865 October 11: [George Musgrave Giger] Died, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1865 December 3: [William Hallock Johnson] Born, New York City
1865-1866: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Stated supply, First Church, Nashville, Tennessee
1865-1866: [Stephen Colwell] Presidential Revenue Commission
1865-1866: [Alfred Yeomans] Pastor elect, Calvary Church, Rochester, New York
1865-1866: [Samuel Dodd] Stated supply, Ningpo, China
1865-1867: [Francis Landey Patton] Pastor, 84th St. Church, New York City
1865-1867: [William Swan Plumer] Pastor, Second Presbyterian Church, Pottsville.
1865-1867: [Samuel Dodd] Superintendent, mission school, Ningpo
1865-1869: [John DeWitt] Pastor, Irvington, New York
1865-1871: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Missionary, Benita, Africa
1865-1872: [Henry Clay Cameron] Librarian, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1865-1882: [James Black McCreary] Clerk, War Department, Washington D.C.
1866: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, College of New Jersey
1866: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Ph.D., College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1866: [David Trumbull] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, University of Indiana
1866: [Henry Clay Cameron] Ph.D., College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1866: [Joseph Lyons Ewing] Born, Saltsburg, Pennsylvania
1866: [Henry James Owen] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1866: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Elected president of the Chicago YMCA
1866 March 1: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Born, Ligonier, Pennsylvania
1866 July 20: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Born, Fayetteville, New York
1866 October 1: [Charles Russell Clarke] Ordained evangelist, California Presbytery
1866-1867: [Samuel Dodd] Stated supply, Zong-yu and San-poh
1866-1868: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Pastor, First Church, Nashville, Tennessee
1866-1868: [Edward John Hamilton] Pastor, Hamilton, Ohio
1866-1868: [Henry James Owen] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1866-1869: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Professor, Latin Language and Literature, College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1866-1869: [William Henry Green] Professor, Latin Language and Literature, College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1866-1875: [John Clark Bayless] Missionary, Grayson, Kentucky
1866-1875: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Oyster Bay New York
1866-1877: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Pastor, North Church, Allegheny City
1866-1883: [William Miller Paxton] Pastor, First Church, New York City
1867: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Ph.D., College of New Jersey
1867: [Dwight Lyman Moody] First trip to the United Kingdom
1867 April 8: [Maitland Alexander] Born, New York City
1867 December 9: [Ashbel Green Simonton] Died, Sao Paulo, Brazil
1867-1868: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Agent, Southern Publishing Company, Lauderdale, Mississippi
1867-1868: [Alfred Yeomans] Pastor, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania
1867-1870: [Francis Landey Patton] Pastor, Nyack, New York
1867-1878: [Samuel Dodd] Superintendent, mission school, Hangchow
1867-1880: [William Swan Plumer] Professor of theology, Columbia Theological Seminary.
1868: [William Henry Green] Offered Presidency of College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1868: [James Everett Frame] Born Boston, Massachusetts
1868: [William Durant] Graduated, Yale College (now Yale University)
1868-1870: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Stated supply, Rusk and Palestine, Texas
1868-1879: [Edward John Hamilton] Professor, Mental Philosophy, Hanover College, Indiana
1868-1880: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Pastor, First Church, Galveston, Texas
1869-1870: [Sheldon Jackson] Superintendent, Western territories, Presbyterian Board of National Missions
1869-1871: [Charles Augustus Aiken] President, Union College, New York
1869-1872: [William Durant] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1869-1873: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Principal, Merchantville
1869-1876: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Resided in Princeton, New Jersey
1869-1876: [John DeWitt] Pastor, Central Congregational Church, Boston, Massachusetts
1869-1882: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Pastor, Detroit, Michigan
1869-1889: [David Trumbull] Editor, The Record
1869-1889: [David Trumbull] Editor, El Piedra
1869-1889: [Alfred Yeomans] Pastor, Central Church, Orange, New Jersey
1870: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Honorary Doctor of Divinity awarded, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1870: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Born, September 22, Princeton, New Jersey
1870: [William Henry Green] Honorary Doctor of Divinity awarded, College of New Jersey
1870: [John Ellsworth Peters] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1870: [Norman White Cary] Graduated, Yale University
1870: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Hampden-Sydney College
1870: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Meets Ira Sankey at the International Convention of the YMCA
1870: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Stated supply, Carr Place church, St. Louis
1870 July 5: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Born, Unionville, Iowa
1870 September 10: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Mary Nassau dies
1870 December 4: [Joseph Owen] (Joseph) Died, Edinburgh, Scotland
1870-1873: [John Ellsworth Peters] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1870-1873: [Norman White Cary] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1870-1873: [Philip Schaff] Professor, Theological Encyclopedia and Christian Symbolism, Union Theological Seminary, New York
1870-1873: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Pastor, Second Church, Lexington, Kentucky
1870-1876: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Pastor, Marshall
1870-1882: [Sheldon Jackson] Superintendent, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Montana, Presbyterian Board of National Missions
1870-1891: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Professor, Biblical Literature and New Testament Interpretation, Union Theological Seminary, Virginia
1870-1903: [William Edward Schenck] Resided in West Philadelphia and Oakmont, Pennsylvania
1871: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1871 January 15: [Stephen Colwell] Died, Philadelphia
1871 October 16: [Henry James Owen] Ordained, Presbytery of Central Philadelphia
1871-1876: [Henry James Owen] Pastor, Richmond church, Philadelphia
1871-1881: [Francis Landey Patton] Professor, theology, North-Western Theological Seminary
1871-1882: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Professor, Christian Ethics and Apologetics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1871-1882: [William Henry Green] Professor, Christian Ethics and Apologetics, Princeton Seminary
1872: [George Tybout Purves] Graduated, University of Pennsylvania
1872: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Moderator, General Assembly (PCUSA)
1872 April 18: [Charles Russell Clarke] Died, San Diego
1872-1875: [William Miller Paxton] Lecturer, Sacred Rhetoric, Union Theological Seminary
1873: [Thomas Railey Markham] Awarded honorary doctorate, Stewart College, Clarksville, Tennessee
1873: [Dwight Lyman Moody] First form of Sacred Songs and Solos used
1873 May 8: [Norman White Cary] Ordained, evangelist, Philadelphia Presbytery
1873 June 19: [John Ellsworth Peters] Ordained, Presbytery of West Virginia
1873 December 9: [William Durant] Ordained, Presbytery of Albany
1873-1874: [John Ellsworth Peters] Pastor, Huntington, West Virginia
1873-1874: [Philip Schaff] Professor, Hebrew and the Cognate Languages, Union Theological Seminary
1873-1875: [Norman White Cary] Stated supply, Hope Mission, Philadelphia
1873-1876: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1873-1876: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Pastor, Third Church, Indianapolis
1873-1877: [George Tybout Purves] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1873-1878: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Resided, Mt. Holly, New Jersey
1873-1882: [William Durant] Pastor, Sixth Church, Albany
1873-1884: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Pastor, North Reformed Church of America, Brooklyn, New York
1873-1887: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Professor, Lincoln University
1873-1890: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Chaplain, Roosevelt Hospital, New York University
1874: [Sheldon Jackson] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Hanover College
1874: [Francis Landey Patton] Prosecutor, David Swing heresy trial
1874: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Graduated, University of Pennsylvania
1874: [William Park Armstrong] Born in Selma, Alabama, Jan. 10
1874: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Knox College
1874 October 17: [James Oscar Boyd] Born in Rahway, New Jersey, to Oscar E. and Mary Elizabeth French Boyd
1874-1877: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Professor, Western Theological Seminary
1874-1879: [John Ellsworth Peters] Stated supply, Corfu, New York
1874-1881: [Francis Landey Patton] Pastor, Jefferson Park Church
1874-1884: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Practiced law
1874-1887: [Philip Schaff] Professor, Sacred Literature, Union Theological Seminary
1874-1891: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Missionary, Ogowe River, Africa
1875: [Henry Clay Cameron] D.D., from both Rutgers University and College of Wooster
1875: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Received honorary Doctor of Divinity, Washington and Jefferson College
1875: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Graduated, Davidson College
1875: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Stated supply, Concord Church, Kentucky
1875 May 15: [Frederick William Loetscher] Born, Dubuque, Iowa
1875 May 23: [John Clark Bayless] Died, Grayson, Kentucky
1875 July 18: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Born, St. Louis, Missouri
1875-1876: [Norman White Cary] Student, Union Theological Seminary
1875-1880: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Stated supply, Pontiac, Illinois
1876: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] LLD, College of Wooster
1876: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1876: [Robert Dick Wilson] B.A., College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1876: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Stated supply, First Church, Dayton Ohio
1876: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Elected president of the Illinois Sunday School Union
1876 June 8: [Stephen Rose Wynkoop] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1876 November 14: [Walter Hoge Lowrie] Died, Meadville, Pennsylvania
1876-1877: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Student, University of Leipzig
1876-1877: [Henry James Owen] Stated supply, South Salem, New York
1876-1878: [Norman White Cary] Pastor, First Church, St. Paul, Minnesota
1876-1879: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Editor, Texas Presbyterian
1876-1880: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Pastor emeritus, Tenth Church
1876-1882: [John DeWitt] Pastor, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
1877: [Edward John Hamilton] Doctor of Systematic Theology, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana
1877: [Edward John Hamilton] Doctor of Divinity, Monmouth College, Illinois
1877: [James Addison Henry] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Centre College, Kentucky
1877: [James Addison Henry] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Washington and Jefferson College
1877: [John DeWitt] Granted, Doctor of Divinity, College of New Jersey
1877 April 27: [George Tybout Purves] Ordained, Presbytery of Chester
1877 September 29: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1877-1878: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Evangelist, Marshall
1877-1878: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Stated supply, First Church, Baltimore, Maryland
1877-1878: [Henry James Owen] Ill health, resided in Colorado Springs, Colorado
1877-1879: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Associate Professor, Exegesis, Didactic and Polemical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1877-1879: [John Ellsworth Peters] Stated supply, Second Church, Cedarville, New Jersey
1877-1880: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1877-1880: [George Tybout Purves] Pastor, Wayne, Pennsylvania
1878: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Graduated, Master of Arts, Davidson College
1878: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Graduated, Columbia Theological Seminary, South Carolina
1878: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Instructor, Western Theological Seminary (now Pittsburgh Theologcal Seminary)
1878: [Francis Landey Patton] Moderator, General Assembly, PCUSA
1878: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Born, Maryville, Tennessee
1878: [Alfred Yeomans] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1878 March 31: [Henry James Owen] Died, Colorado Springs, Colorado
1878 June 19: [Charles Hodge] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1878-1879: [Norman White Cary] Stated supply, Bismarck, North Dakota
1878-1884: [Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge] Student, Semitic Languages, Cambridge University
1878-1887: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Pastor, Tygarts Valley and Mingo Flats Churches, West Virginia
1878-1900: [William Henry Green] Senior faculty member, secretary of faculty, Princeton Seminary
1879: [Robert Dick Wilson] M.A., College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1879: [Chalmers Martin] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1879: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Founded Northfield Seminary for Young Women (now Northfield Mount Hermon School)
1879 April 26: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Ordained, Evangelist, Presbytery of Ebenezer
1879 June 8: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Ordained, Lexington Presbytery
1879-1880: [Norman White Cary] Stated supply, Perth Amboy, New Jersey
1879-1882: [John Ellsworth Peters] Stated supply, Asbury Park
1879-1882: [Chalmers Martin] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1879-1882: [Samuel Dodd] Stated supply, Bridgehampton, New York
1879-1886: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Professor, Didactic and Polemical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1879-1887: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Professor, Western Theological Seminary (now Pittsburgh Theologcal Seminary
1879-1890: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Bible agent and missionary
1879-1902: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Pastor, Bethany Church, New York City
1880: [William Swan Plumer] Died, October 22, Baltimore, Maryland.
1880: [William Miller Paxton] Moderator, General Assembly
1880: [Dwight Lyman Moody] First Northfield Conference organized
1880 January 10: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Born, Paris, Tennessee
1880 June 3: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Ordained, Presbytery of Boston
1880 June 15: [Henry Augustus Boardman] Died, Philadelphia
1880-1881: [Robert Dick Wilson] Student, Western Theological Seminary (Pennsylvania)
1880-1883: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Boston
1880-1883: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Stated supply, Monroe, Connecticut
1880-1883: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Pastor, Oceanic, New Jersey
1880-1886: [George Tybout Purves] Pastor, Boundary Avenue Church, Baltimore, Maryland
1881: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1881: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Founded Mt. Hermon School for boys (now Northfield Mount Hermon School)
1881: [Geerhardus Vos] Graduated, Amsterdam Gymnasium
1881 July 28: [William O. Harris] Born, Baltimore, Maryland
1881 October 10: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Married Mary Brunette Foster, Lakewood, New Jersey
1881-1882: [Norman White Cary] Stated supply, Stillwater, Minnesota
1881-1883: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Teacher
1881-1883: [Robert Dick Wilson] Student, University of Berlin (Germany)
1881-1883: [Geerhardus Vos] Student, Calvin Theological Seminary
1881-1884: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Stated supply, First Church, Rome, Georgia
1881-1888: [Francis Landey Patton] Professor, Relations of Philosophy and Science to Christian Religion, Princeton Theological Seminary
1882: [Henry Ward Beecher] Officially repudiated orthodox Christianity, denied the possibility of hell, incorporated Darwinian evolution into his theology and sermons
1882: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Born in Clay Center, Kansas, August 5
1882: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] B.A., Princeton University
1882 May 3: [Jesse Halsey] Born, Southampton, Long Island, New York
1882 July 13: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Born, Thornton, Indiana
1882-1883: [Norman White Cary] Stated supply, First Church, Peekskill, New York
1882-1883: [Edward John Hamilton] Acting Professor, Logic, Ethics and Political Science, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1882-1883: [Chalmers Martin] Hebrew fellow, Princeton Theological Seminary
1882-1883: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Pastor, Indianapolis, Indiana
1882-1884: [Sheldon Jackson] Business manager, Home Mission, New York City
1882-1886: [John Ellsworth Peters] Student, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1882-1887: [William Durant] Pastor, First Church, Morristown, New Jersey
1882-1888: [John DeWitt] Professor, Church History, Lane Theological Seminary
1882-1892: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Professor, Oriental and Old Testament Literature and Christian Ethics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1883: [Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge] Joined staff of British Museum in London
1883: [William Miller Paxton] Awarded honorary Doctor of Law, Washington and Jefferson College
1883: [Samuel Miller, Jr.] Died, Mt. Holly, New Jersey
1883: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Graduated, University of Pennsylvania
1883 April 17: [Chalmers Martin] Ordained, Presbytery of Elizabeth
1883 September 28: [William Rowland Spalding Betts] Died, Shokan, New York
1883-1884: [Norman White Cary] Pastor, Grand Forks, North Dakota
1883-1885: [Robert Dick Wilson] Instructor, Old Testament, Western Theological Seminary
1883-1886: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1883-1886: [Chalmers Martin] Missionary, North Laos, Siam
1883-1886: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1883-1888: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Stated supply, Second Church Mendham, New Jersey
1883-1891: [Edward John Hamilton] Professor, Intellect Science and Hebrew, Hamilton College
1883-1892: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Pastor, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
1883-1902: [William Miller Paxton] Professor, Ecclesiastical, Homiletic, and Pastoral Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1884: [Sheldon Jackson] Superintendent, Alaska, Presbyterian Board of National Missions
1884: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] Admitted to the Kentucky Bar of law
1884 February 6: [Jesse Herrmann] Born, New Philadelphia, Ohio
1884 May 10: [William Oswald Yates] Born, Zelienople, Pennsylvania
1884 August 8: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Mary Nassau dies in childbirth in Kângwe, Africa
1884-1885: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Pastor, Rome, Georgia
1884-1887: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1884-1888: [Norman White Cary] Stated supply, Darby, Philadelphia
1884-1894: [Samuel Dodd] Pastor, Stephentown
1884-1913: [Francis Landey Patton] Professor, Ethics, Princeton University
1885: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] LL.B., Columbia University Law School; M.A., Princeton University
1885: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Centre College, Kentucky
1885: [George Stewart Duncan] Graduated, Williams College
1885: [Geerhardus Vos] Graduated, Princeton Theological Seminary
1885 September 26: [Alexander Mackie] Born, Frankford, Philadelphia
1885-1886: [Geerhardus Vos] Fellow in Hebrew, University of Berlin
1885-1888: [George Stewart Duncan] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1885-1889: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Financial agent, Southwestern Presbyterian University
1885-1889: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Chaplain, Presbyterian Hospital
1885-1909: [Sheldon Jackson] United States general agent, education, Alaska
1885-1929: [Robert Dick Wilson] Professor, Semitic Philology and O.T., Princeton Seminary
1886: [Robert Dick Wilson] Ph.D., College of New Jersey (Princeton University)
1886: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] B.A., Washington and Jefferson College
1886: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Founded the Chicago Evangelization Society (now Moody Bible Institute)
1886: [Alford Kelley] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1886: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] B.A., College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1886: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Graduated, Master of Arts, University of Pennsylvania
1886 May 13: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Ordained, Presbytery of West Jersey
1886 June 8: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Ordained, Presbytery of West Jersey
1886 November 11: [Archibald Alexander Hodge] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1886-1887: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Stated supply, Pleasantville, New Jersey
1886-1887: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Pastor, Absecon, New Jersey
1886-1889: [John Ellsworth Peters] Stated supply, Mays Landing, New Jersey
1886-1889: [Alford Kelley] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1886-1890: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Pastor, Fairfield Presbyterian Church, Fairton, New Jersey
1886-1892: [George Tybout Purves] Pastor, First Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1887: [Henry Ward Beecher] Died, Brooklyn, New York
1887 June 29: [Thomas Ware Cattell] Died, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania
1887-1889: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Assistant editor, Sunday School Times
1887-1891: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1887-1892: [William Durant] Pastor, Boundary Avenue Church, Baltimore, Maryland
1887-1893: [Philip Schaff] Professor, Church History, Union Theological Seminary
1887-1921: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Professor, Didactic and Polemical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1888: [George Tybout Purves] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Washington and Jefferson College
1888: [William Hallock Johnson] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1888: [Chalmers Martin] Assistant pastor, Lawrenceville, New Jersey
1888: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Retired
1888: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Born, Ephrata Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
1888: [John DeWitt] Granted Doctor of Law, Hanover College
1888: [Geerhardus Vos] Ph.D., University of Strassburg
1888 May 10: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Ordained, Presbytery of North Philadelphia
1888 June 21: [George Stewart Duncan] Ordained, Carlisle Presbytery
1888 June 27: [James Watt] Born, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1888 July 5: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Born, Nelson, Nebraska
1888-1890: [George Stewart Duncan] Pastor, Dickinson Church, Mooredale, Pennsylvania
1888-1891: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] President and Professor of History, Miami University (Ohio)
1888-1892: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Professor, Relations of Philosophy to the Christian Religion, Princeton Theological Seminary
1888-1892: [John DeWitt] Professor, Apologetics, McCormick Theological Seminary
1888-1893: [Geerhardus Vos] Professor, Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary
1888-1894: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Pastor, Church of the Redeemer, Germantown, Pennsylvania
1888-1899: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Resided in Bridgeport, Connecticut
1888-1902: [Francis Landey Patton] President, Princeton University
1888-1902: [Francis Landey Patton] Lecturer, Theism, Princeton Theological Seminary
1889: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] M.A., Washington and Jefferson College; B.D., McCormick Theological Seminary
1889: [Alexander Taggart McGill] Died, Princeton, NJ
1889: [Alford Kelley] Graduated, Master of Arts, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1889: [Maitland Alexander] Graduated, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1889 January 3: [James Black McCreary] Died, Great Bend
1889 March 20: [Alfred Yeomans] Died, Orange, New Jersey
1889 June 8: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Born, Hodslavice, Moravia
1889-1890: [John Ellsworth Peters] Stated supply, Pleasantville
1889-1890: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Student, University of Berlin
1889-1890: [Alford Kelley] Stated supply, Nicholson, Pennsylvania
1889-1890: [Maitland Alexander] Student, McCormick Theological Seminary
1889-1891: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Pastor, Gallatin, Tennessee
1889-1891: [Norman White Cary] Student, Johns Hopkins University
1889-1891: [Chalmers Martin] Pastor, First Church, Moorestown
1889-1892: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Pastor, First Church, Phillipsburg, New Jersey
1890: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Graduated, Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa
1890: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Ordained, PCUSA
1890: [Joseph Lyons Ewing] Graduated, Master of Arts, Washington and Jefferson College
1890: [James Clement Moffat] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1890 January 1: [Alexander Perry Silliman] Died, Charleston, South Carolina
1890 July 15: [Alford Kelley] Ordained, Presbytery of Carlisle
1890 September 13: [James Whyte Clarke] Born, Glasgow, Scotland
1890-1892: [Maitland Alexander] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1890-1893: [Alford Kelley] Pastor, Mooredale, Pennsylvania
1890-1894: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Pastor, Broadway Presbyterian Church, Sedalia, Missouri
1890-1896: [George Stewart Duncan] Pastor, Westminster Church, Harrisburg
1890-1909: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Pastor emeritus, Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church
1890-1919: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Pastor, Old Tennent Presbyterian Church, Tennent, New Jersey
1891: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, College of New Jersey (Now Princeton University)
1891: [William Henry Green] Moderator, General Assembly, PCUSA
1891: [James Everett Frame] B.A., Harvard University
1891: [Robert Hamill Nassau] D.D., University of Pennsylvania
1891: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] LL.D. (honorary), Princeton University; Litt.D. (honorary), Miami University (Ohio)
1891 May 8: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Ordained in the Presbytery of Philadelphia North, PCUSA
1891 July 22: [J. Christy Wilson] Born, Columbus, Nebraska to Charles C. and Lillie Gray Moore Wilson
1891 September 27: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Sr.] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1891 December 19: [Robert Franklin Bunting] Died, Lebanon, Tennessee
1891-1892: [John Ellsworth Peters] Stated supply, Elwood
1891-1892: [Norman White Cary] Teacher, Wilson College
1891-1892: [William Hallock Johnson] Student, Union Theological Seminary
1891-1892: [Chalmers Martin] Pastor, First Church, Port Henry, New York
1891-1892: [Maitland Alexander] Stated supply, Long Branch, New Jersey
1891-1893: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Pastor, Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, England
1891-1894: [Edward John Hamilton] Author, New York City
1891-1894: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Stated supply, Oakland, Maryland and Terra Alta, West Virginia
1891-1897: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Pastor, Overbrook Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
1891-1914: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] President and Professor of History and Political Science, Lafayette College, PA
1891-1892; 1893-1895: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1892: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] B.A., Princeton University
1892: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Centre College, Kentucky
1892: [James Everett Frame] M.A., Harvard University
1892: [William Durant] Traveled to Europe for one year
1892 January 14: [Charles Augustus Aiken] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1892 June 12: [Johann Eduard Erdmann] Died
1892-1809: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] General secretary, New Jersey Sunday School Association
1892-1894: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Pastor, Second Church, Cincinnati, Ohio
1892-1894: [Norman White Cary] Professor, Michigan Military Academy
1892-1896: [Maitland Alexander] Pastor, Long Branch, New Jersey
1892-1900: [George Tybout Purves] Professor, New Testament Literature and Exegesis, Princeton Theological Seminary
1892-1900: [Chalmers Martin] Instructor, Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1892-1900: [Chalmers Martin] Instructor, Hebrew, Princeton University
1892-1903: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Stuart Professor, Relation of Philosophy and Science to Christian Religion, Princeton Theological Seminary
1892-1912: [John DeWitt] Professor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1893: [Joseph Lyons Ewing] Graduated, Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
1893: [Joseph Lyons Ewing] Ordained, Presbytery of Allegheny
1893 October 20: [Philip Schaff] Died
1893-1894: [Chalmers Martin] Stated supply, Burlington, New Jersey
1893-1895: [John Ellsworth Peters] Stated supply, Grace Church, Camden, New Jersey
1893-1906: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Secretary, Presbyterian Historical Society
1893-1908: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Missionary, Gabon, Africa
1893-1908: [William Durant] Pastor, First Church, Saratoga Springs, New York
1893-1910: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Member of the Board of Directors, Princeton Theological Seminary
1893-1932: [Geerhardus Vos] Professor, Biblical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1893-unknown: [Joseph Lyons Ewing] Pastor, Aspinwall and Hoboken
1894: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Ph.D., Princeton University
1894: [George Tybout Purves] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, University of Pennsylvania
1894: [William Park Armstrong] B.A., Princeton University
1894: [William Durant] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Union College, Schenectady, New York
1894: [George Stewart Duncan] Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, Dixon College
1894: [Geerhardus Vos] Married to Catherine Frances Smith, September 7, Grand Rapids, Michigan
1894 March 12: [Thomas Railey Markham] Died, New Orleans, Louisiana
1894 April 24: [Geerhardus Vos] Ordained evangelist, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1894 June 27: [Henry Carrington Alexander] Died, New York City
1894 December 7: [Samuel Dodd] Died, Garfield, New York
1894 December 17: [Émile Cailliet] Born, Dampierre, Marne, France
1894-1895: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Student, Heidelberg University and University of Berlin
1894-1895: [Edward John Hamilton] Professor, Philosophy, Whitworth College, Tacoma, Washington
1894-1897: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Adjunct Professor, Ecclesiastical History, McCormick Theological Seminary
1894-1897: [William Hallock Johnson] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1894-1897: [Alford Kelley] Pastor, Malvern, Pennsylvania
1894-1898: [Norman White Cary] Stated supply, Grosse Pointe
1894-1905: [Alford Kelley] Pastor, Frazer, Pennsylvania
1894-1924: [Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge] Keeper of the department of Egyptian and Assyrian antiquities, British Museum
1894-1929: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] Member, Board of Directors, Princeton Theological Seminary
1895: [James Everett Frame] Diploma, Union Theological Seminary (New York)
1895: [George Tybout Purves] Awarded honorary doctor of law, Lafayette College
1895: [James Oscar Boyd] Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), New York University
1895: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Awarded honorary Doctor of Law, West Virginia University
1895 February 7: [Alexander Ramsay Thompson] Died, Summit, New Jersey
1895 July 30: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Born, Highland Park, Illinois
1895 September 25: [Alberto Rembao] Born, Chihuahua, Mexico
1895-1896: [James Oscar Boyd] Graduate student, University of Erlangen, Germany (Butler Fellowship, New York University)
1895-1897: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Instructor, Philosophy, Princeton University
1895-1897: [James Everett Frame] Fellow, University of Berlin and University of Goettingen, Germany
1895-1899: [George Tybout Purves] Stated supply, First Church, Princeton
1895-1899: [Edward John Hamilton] Professor, Philosophy, University of Washington
1895-1925: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Pastor, Church of the Covenant, Chicago, Illinois
1895-1926: [John Ellsworth Peters] Resided in Camden, New Jersey
1895-1930: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Resident, Germantown, Pennsylvania
1896: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Stated supply, Moulton, Iowa
1896: [Frederick William Loetscher] Graduated, Princeton University
1896: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Awarded Doctor of Divinity, University of Pennsylvania
1896: [William Park Armstrong] M.A., Princeton University
1896: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Elected president of the International Sunday School Association
1896: [Maitland Alexander] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Lafayette College
1896 June 1: [James Muilenburg] Born, Orange City, Iowa
1896-1897: [Chalmers Martin] Stated supply, Second Church, Princeton
1896-1899: [Maitland Alexander] Pastor, Harlem church, New York City
1896-1900: [George Stewart Duncan] Professor, Semitic Languages and Literature, Howard University
1896-1900: [George Stewart Duncan] Pastor, Eckington Church, Washington D.C.
1897: [Sheldon Jackson] Moderator, General Assembly
1897: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Stated supply, First Church, Centerville, Iowa
1897: [William Hallock Johnson] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1897: [William Park Armstrong] B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary
1897: [William Park Armstrong] Graduate student, University of Marburg, Germany
1897: [Lucius Hopkins Miller] Graduated, Princeton University
1897 September 1: [William Hallock Johnson] Ordained, Presbytery of West Chester
1897-1898: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Associate Professor, Ethics, Lafayette College
1897-1898: [William Park Armstrong] Graduate student, University of Berlin, Germany
1897-1901: [James Everett Frame] Instructor, New Testament, Union Theological Seminary
1897-1901: [William Hallock Johnson] Professor, Logic and Psychology, Centre College, Kentucky
1897-1901: [William Hallock Johnson] Instructor, New Testament Literature and Exegesis, Danville Theological Seminary
1897-1902: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Professor, Ecclesiastical History, McCormick Theological Seminary
1897-1906: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Germantown, Pennsylvania
1898: [James Everett Frame] Ordained, PCUSA
1898: [William Park Armstrong] Graduate student, University of Erlangen, Germany
1898 June 24: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Born, Avalon, Missouri
1898-1899: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Student, Union Theological Seminary, New York
1898-1901: [Norman White Cary] Secratary, Stated Supply Association, Detroit
1899: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Graduated, University of Virginia
1899: [James Oscar Boyd] Bachelor of Divinity (B.D.), Princeton Theological Seminary
1899: [William Park Armstrong] Graduate student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1899: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] Ordained, Lehigh Presbytery (PCUSA)
1899 February 15: [Benjamin Lincoln Swan] Died, Bridgeport, Connecticut
1899 April 10: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Born, Sopockin, Lithuania
1899 November 11: [John B. Crowell] Born, Carteret, New Jersey
1899 December 22: [Dwight Lyman Moody] Died, Northfield
1899-1890: [George Tybout Purves] Pastor, First Church, Princeton
1899-1900: [James Oscar Boyd] G.S. Green Fellow, Princeton Theological Seminary
1899-1902: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Lawyer, St. Louis, Missouri
1899-1902: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Secretary, Iowa Anti-Saloon League
1899-1903: [William Park Armstrong] Instructor, New Testament Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
1899-1918: [Edward John Hamilton] Author, resident of Plainfield, New Jersey and Des Moines, Iowa
1899-1929: [Maitland Alexander] Pastor, First Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1900: [William Henry Green] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1900: [Frederick William Loetscher] Graduated, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1900: [James Oscar Boyd] Ordained, Presbytery of New York (PCUSA)
1900: [William Park Armstrong] Ordained, PCUSA
1900 April 11: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Born, Wheatland, Iowa
1900 April 27: [Edwin Harold Rian] Born, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1900-1901: [George Tybout Purves] Pastor, Fifth Avenue Church, New York City
1900-1902: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Missionary, Batanga
1900-1903: [Chalmers Martin] President, Pennsylvania College for Women, Pittsburgh
1900-1907: [James Oscar Boyd] Instructor, Old Testament Lit., Princeton Theological Seminary
1901: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Th.B., Princeton Theological Seminary
1901: [Frederick William Loetscher] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1901: [Chalmers Martin] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Princeton University
1901: [William O. Harris] B.A., Johns Hopkins University
1901: [George Stewart Duncan] Student, University of Marburg, Germany
1901 January 31: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Born, Laasphe, Germany
1901 September 24: [George Tybout Purves] Died, New York City
1901 December 1: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Born, Ningpo, China
1901-1902: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Instructor, New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1901-1902: [Frederick William Loetscher] Student, University of Berlin, Germany
1901-1904: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] First Vice-President, Board of Directors
1901-1905: [Norman White Cary] Presbyterian Alliance, Detroit
1901-1915: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Assistant Professor, Dogmatic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1901-1938: [James Everett Frame] Professor, New Testament, Union Theological Seminary
1902: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick (PCUSA), September 18
1902: [William Hallock Johnson] Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University
1902: [George Stewart Duncan] Student, University of Berlin, Germany
1902 February 11: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Born, Calumet, Michigan
1902 April 26: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Died, New York City
1902-1903: [Frederick William Loetscher] Student, University of Strassberg, Germany
1902-1903: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Pastor, Christ Church, London, England
1902-1904: [William Miller Paxton] Professor emeritus, Princeton Theological Semianry
1902-1906: [Henry Clay Cameron] Professor Emeritus, College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
1902-1909: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Pastor, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, New York
1902-1912: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Stated supply, Mount Ida Church, Davenport, Iowa
1902-1913: [Francis Landey Patton] President and Professor of Philosophy of Religion, Princeton Theological Seminary
1902-1929: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Member, Board of Directors, Princeton Theological Seminary
1903: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Graduated, Princeton University
1903: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Missionary, Gabon, Africa
1903 April 22: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Ordained, Presbytery of Des Moines
1903 December 14: [William Edward Schenck] Died, Oakmont, Pennsylvania
1903 December 19: [Frederick William Loetscher] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick, New Jersey
1903-1906: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1903-1907: [Frederick William Loetscher] Instructor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1903-1908: [George Stewart Duncan] Professor, Semitics, Roich Gymnasium, Berlin, Germany
1903-1911: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Editor, Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society
1903-1928: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Professor of Apologetics and Christian Ethics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1903-1929: [Chalmers Martin] Professor, Old Testament history and Literature, College of Wooster, Ohio
1903-1936: [William Hallock Johnson] Professor, Greek and New Testament Literature, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania
1903-1944: [William Park Armstrong] Professor, New Testament Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
1904: [James Addison Henry] Moderator, General Assembly
1904: [William O. Harris] M.A., Princeton University
1904 February 8: [David Trumbull] Died, Independence, Missouri
1904 July 24: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Born, Dubuque, Iowa
1904 September 25: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Born, Aneta, North Dakota
1904 November 28: [William Miller Paxton] Died, Princeton
1904-1906: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Missionary, Batanga
1904-1915: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] President, Board of Directors
1905: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Graduated, Maryville College
1905: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Born, Nazareth, Pennsylvania
1905: [James Oscar Boyd] Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Princeton University
1905: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] BS, Hanover College
1905: [William O. Harris] B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary
1905: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] B.A., Harvard University
1905-1906: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1905-1906: [William O. Harris] Student, Gottingen and Marburg Universities
1905-1906: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1905-1936: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Professor, Practical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1906: [William Oswald Yates] Graduated, New Windsor College
1906: [Henry Clay Cameron] Died, October 25, New York City
1906: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1906: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Born, Ypsilanti, Michigan, May 17.
1906: [Frederick William Loetscher] Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University
1906: [James Addison Henry] Awarded honorary doctor of systematic theology, University of Pennsylvania
1906: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Born 10 September in Baltimore, Maryland.
1906: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Graduated, Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary, New York
1906: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Graduated, Vanderbilt University
1906 February 4: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Born, Breslau
1906 June 17: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Ordained, St. Louis Presbytery
1906 August 8: [James Addison Henry] Died, Asbury Park, New Jersey
1906 September 16: [John Bertram Phillips] Born, Barnes, Surrey, England
1906 November 7: [Eugene Carson Blake] Born, St. Louis, Missouri
1906-1907: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Studied in Scotland and Germany
1906-1907: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Student, Lebanon Theological School
1906-1907: [Alford Kelley] Pastor, Westminster Church, Erie, Pennsylvania
1906-1908: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Student, Xenia Theological Seminary (now Pittsburgh Theological Seminary)
1906-1909: [William Oswald Yates] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1906-1909: [Jesse Halsey] Attended Princeton Theological Seminary
1906-1910: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Pastor, Brank Memorial Church, St. Louis
1906-1914: [William O. Harris] Instructor, New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1907: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Student, Master of Arts, Maryville College
1907: [Alexander Mackie] Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University
1907 March 27: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Born, Latakia, Syria
1907-1908: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Stated Supply, Starke, Waldo and Hawthorne, Florida
1907-1909: [Chalmers Martin] Stated supply, Westminster church, Wooster, Ohio
1907-1909: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1907-1910: [Alexander Mackie] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1907-1910: [Frederick William Loetscher] Pastor, Oxford Church, Philadelphia
1907-1910: [Alford Kelley] Field Secretary, Anti-Saloon League
1907-1915: [James Oscar Boyd] Assistant Professor, Oriental and Old Testament Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
1907-1920: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Pastor, Briarcliff Congregational Church, Briarcliff, New York
1907-1926: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Registrar, Maryville College
1907-1929: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Professor, Old Testament studies, Maryville College
1908: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Graduated, Bachelor of Divinity, Theological Seminary of Kentucky, Louisville
1908: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] MA, Princeton University
1908: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Ordained, United Presbyterian Church of North America, Presbytery of Wheeling, May 12
1908-1911: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Home mission work
1909: [Alexander Mackie] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1909: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Graduated, Princeton University
1909: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] M.Div, Princeton Theological Seminary
1909: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Franklin and Marshall College
1909 February 26: [Theodore Ledyard Cuyler] Died, Brooklyn
1909 May 2: [Sheldon Jackson] Died, Asheville, North Carolina
1909 May 11: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Ordained, Presbytery of North Philadelphia
1909 May 26: [William Oswald Yates] Ordained, Presbytery of Baltimore
1909 June 25: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Ordained, Presbytery of Morris and Orange
1909 July 1: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Born, Chicago, Illinois
1909-1910: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Assistant Pastor, 1st Presbyterian Church, Germantown, Pennsylvania
1909-1911: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Master of Arts, Franklin and Marshall College
1909-1914: [William Oswald Yates] Missionary, Thailand
1909-1914: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Pastor, Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, Maryland
1909-1916: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Education Superintendent of the Sunday School Mission, Board of Publications
1909-1919: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Church missionary, west chapter, Orange, New Jersey
1910: [James Watt] Graduated, Franklin and Marshall College
1910: [Jesse Halsey] Ordained, Presbytery of Nassau
1910: [Jesse Herrmann] Graduated, Princeton University
1910 November 14: [Alexander Mackie] Ordained, Presbytery of Philadelphia
1910-1911: [Alexander Mackie] Pastor, Sherwook Church, Philadelphia
1910-1911: [James Watt] Teacher
1910-1913: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1910-1913: [Frederick William Loetscher] Professor, Homiletics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1910-1913: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Doctor of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
1910-1914: [Alford Kelley] District superintendent, Anti-Saloon League
1910-1917: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Pastor, Independent church, Savannah, Georgia
1910-1917: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Assistant Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Plymouth, Michigan
1910-1918: [George Stewart Duncan] Fellow and Lecturer, Johns Hopkins University
1910-1921: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Resident, Ambler, Pennsylvania
1911: [Jesse Herrmann] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1911 June 3: [Arthur Tappan Pierson] Died
1911-1912: [Charles Franklin Seabrook] Bought his father's farm in Bridgeton, New Jersey
1911-1913: [Jesse Herrmann] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1911-1914: [James Watt] Graduated, Princeton Theological Seminary
1911-1936: [Alexander Mackie] Pastor, Tully Memorial Church, Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania
1912: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Ordained, Lutheran Church
1912-1913: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Gelston-Winthrop Fellow, Church History, University of Marburg
1912-1913: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Visiting professor of Old Testament, Xenia Theological Seminary (now Pittsburgh Theological Seminary)
1912-1914: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Secretary, YMCA
1912-1914: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Pastor, Sixth Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh
1913: [William Oswald Yates] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, New Windsor College
1913: [James Everett Frame] S.T.D., Harvard University
1913: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Awarded Doctor of Philosophy, West Union College, Le Mars, Iowa
1913: [Émile Cailliet] University of Paris
1913 April 15: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Ordained, Presbytery of Newark
1913 August 30: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Born in Chengdu, Szechwan, China. Eldest son of the Reverend Thomas T. and Annie E. Torrance
1913-1930: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Missionary, China
1913-1932: [Francis Landey Patton] Resident, Warwick, Bermuda
1913-1945: [Frederick William Loetscher] Professor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1914: [William Hallock Johnson] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Centre College
1914: [James Watt] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1914: [J. Christy Wilson] B.A., University of Kansas, Phi Beta Kappa
1914: [Jesse Herrmann] Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University
1914: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity degree, Park College (now Park University)
1914: [Maitland Alexander] Moderator, General Assembly
1914 March 3: [William Durant] Died, Wellesley, Massachusetts
1914 May 24: [James Watt] Ordained, Presbytery of Westminster
1914-1915: [Alford Kelley] Field Secretary, Dauphin County, No License League
1914-1916: [J. Christy Wilson] Newspaper editor, Daily Post, Idaho Falls, Idaho
1914-1916: [Jesse Herrmann] Pastor, First Church, Asbury Park, New Jersey
1914-1918: [Émile Cailliet] Infantry man, French Army, WWI
1914-1921: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina [now in Associate Reformed Presbyterian denomination]
1914-1922: [James Watt] Missionary, India
1914-1929: [William O. Harris] Assistant Professor, New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1914-1936: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] President and Professor of History of Religions and Christian Missions, Princeton Theological Seminary
1914-1941: [Jesse Halsey] Pastor, Seventh Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, Ohio
1915: [Maitland Alexander] Awarded Doctor of Law, University of Kentucky
1915 January 12: [Jesse Herrmann] Ordained, Presbytery of Morris and Orange
1915 April 18: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Born, Columbia, South Carolina
1915 November 3: [Frederick M. Corum] Born, Newark, New Jersey
1915-1916: [William Oswald Yates] Pastor, Olivet Church, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
1915-1918: [Alford Kelley] Pastor, Manassas, Virginia
1915-1919: [Alford Kelley] Pastor, Clifton Station, Virginia
1915-1921: [James Oscar Boyd] Pastor, Church of the Redeemer, Paterson, New Jersey
1915-1929: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Teacher, modern languages, South Philadelphia High School for Boys, Philadelphia
1915-1936: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] President, Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA
1915-1937: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Professor, Systematic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1916: [Maitland Alexander] Awarded Doctor of Law, College of Wooster
1916 February 4: [Richard C. Halverson] Born in Pingree, North Dakota
1916 July 12: [Russell Martin Kerr] Born, Kings Mountain, North Carolina
1916 October 14: [Richard Charles Redfield] Born, Colorado Springs, Colorado
1916 November 9: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Born, Baltimore, Maryland
1916-1919: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] General secretary, Maryland Sunday School Association
1916-1921: [William Oswald Yates] Pastor, Westminster Church, Allentown
1916-1928: [Jesse Herrmann] Pastor, Avondale Church, Cincinnati, Ohio
1917: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Graduated, Westmar College, Iowa
1917: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Graduated, History and Linguistics, Princeton University
1917: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Served in the American Field Service, France
1917: [Edward John Hamilton] LL.D., Hanover College
1917: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Ordained, Reformed Church, US German, Philadelphia Classis
1917 April 8: [J. Christy Wilson] Married to C. Fern Wilson in Washington, D.C.
1917 May 14: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Born, Syracuse, New York
1917-1919: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] War service, YMCA
1917-1919: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Enlisted in United States Army, served with French division, awarded "Croix de Guerre" for action at Verdun
1917-1919: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Assistant Pastor, Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan
1917-1940: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Pastor, Central Church, Summit, New Jersey
1918: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Graduated, Carleton College, Minnesota
1918: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Chaplain, Austrian army, Eastern front
1918: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] YMCA war service
1918: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Honorary Doctor of Divinity, University of South Carolina
1918 February 18: [Norval Geldenhuys] Born, Vrede, South Africa
1918 March 7: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Born, Morristown, New Jersey
1918 July 19: [J. Christy Wilson] Ordained, Lehigh Presbytery, United Presbyterian Church
1918 August 1: [Wallace N. Jamison] Born, Alexandria, Egypt
1918 November 21: [Edward John Hamilton] Died, Buffalo, New York
1918 November 21: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Born, Kinzers, Pennsylvania
1918-1919: [James Oscar Boyd] Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) war service
1918-1919: [William O. Harris] Y.M.C.A. war service, French Army
1918-1919: [Jesse Halsey] War work, Moscow, Russia
1918-1920: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Student, Biblical Seminary, New York City
1918-unknown: [George Stewart Duncan] Professor, Egyptology and Assyriology, American University
1919: [J. Christy Wilson] Th.B., Princeton Theological Seminary
1919: [J. Christy Wilson] M.A., Princeton University
1919 July 5: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Born, Baltimore, Maryland
1919 November 24: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Born, Monticello, Iowa
1919 November 24: [James Iley McCord] Born, Rusk, Texas.
1919-1920: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Stated supply, First Church, Centerville, Iowa
1919-1920: [Alford Kelley] Stated supply, Clifton Station, Virginia
1919-1920: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Survey of religious education, Inter-Church World Movement
1919-1922: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Student, Law, University of Pennsylvania
1919-1926: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Pastor, 6th Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1919-1928: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Pastor Emeritus, Old Tennent Presbyterian Church
1919-1941: [J. Christy Wilson] Evangelistic missionary in Tabriz, Iran, under the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions
1919-1944: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Englewood, New Jersey
1919-1958: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Pastor, First Church, Norristown, Pennsylvania
1920: [Alford Kelley] Field Secretary, Anti-Saloon League, Philadelphia
1920: [Alford Kelley] Retired, due to ill health
1920: [James Muilenburg] Graduated, Hope College, Michigan
1920-1921: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Lecturer, Columbia Theological Seminary, SC
1920-1922: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Student, Master of Arts, New York University
1920-1922: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] General secretary, Council on Religious Education, Massachusetts
1920-1922: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Special professor, Boston University, Wellesley College and Tennant College
1920-1923: [James Whyte Clarke] Student, McGill University
1920-1923: [Émile Cailliet] MA, University of Nancy
1920-1923: [James Muilenburg] Instructor, English, University of Nebraska
1920-1924: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Instructor, New Testament language and literature, Biblical Seminary, New York City
1920-1925: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Student, University of Berlin
1920-1927: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Professor extraordinarius, Protestant Theological Faculty of the Charles University in Prague
1920-1929: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Research fellow, Indo-European languages, Semitic languages, University of Pennsylvania
1920-1934: [Alford Kelley] Resided in West Chester, Pennsylvania
1920-1940: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Pastor, First Church, Centerville, Iowa
1921: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Graduated, Yale Divinity School
1921: [John B. Crowell] Graduated, Rutgers University
1921: [Elmer George Homrighausen] A.B., Mission House College (Lakeland College)
1921 February 6: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Born, Fairmont, West Virginia
1921 February 16: [Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield] Died, Princeton
1921 May 6: [Robert Hamill Nassau] Died, Ambler, Pennsylvania
1921 August 22: [William H. K. Narum] Born, Fargo, North Dakota
1921-1923: [J. Christy Wilson] Chairman, Near East Relief Commission for Persia
1921-1924: [John B. Crowell] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1921-1925: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Pastor, Indianola Church, Columbus, Ohio
1921-1926: [James Oscar Boyd] Secretary, Arabic-Levant Agency, American Bible Society
1921-1926: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning
1921-1949: [William Oswald Yates] Pastor, Swissvale
1922: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Ordained
1922: [Allan Alexander MacRae] B.A., Occidental College
1922: [Henry Snyder Gehman] University of Chicago Divinity School
1922 February 10: [Glen Morris Johnson] Born, Racine, Wisconsin
1922 February 22: [Betty Le Fever Gibson] Born, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1922-1924: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, New York University
1922-1925: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Assistant pastor, 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York
1922-1934: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Author and lecturer
1923: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Student, Wheaton College
1923: [Allan Alexander MacRae] M.A., Occidental College
1923: [James Watt] Died
1923: [James Muilenburg] Graduated, Master of Arts, University of Nebraska
1923 April 23: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Born, Chester, South Carolina
1923 August 14: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Born, New York, New York
1923 August 22: [James Whyte Clarke] Ordained, Presbytery Church of Canada
1923 September 2: [Brevard S. Childs] Born, Columbia, South Carolina
1923 September 17: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Marries Ruth W. Strassburger
1923 October 13: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Born, Boston, Massachusetts
1923 October 23: [Donald Roth Kocher] Born, Steubenville, Ohio
1923 November 23: [John DeWitt] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1923-1924: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Teacher, Stony Brook School, Long Island
1923-1924: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Student, Bible Institute of Los Angeles
1923-1926: [Émile Cailliet] PhD., School of Ethnology of Paris, University of Montpellier, France
1923-1927: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Doctoral student, theology, Tübingen
1923-1936: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Instructor, Homiletics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1924: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Student, Harvard University
1924: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Central College (Iowa)
1924: [Charles Franklin Seabrook] Files for bankruptcy
1924: [Edwin Harold Rian] Graduated, University of Minnesota
1924: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] D.D., Washington and Jefferson College, D.D., Grove City College
1924: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Th.B, Princeton Theological Seminary
1924: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Ordained to Ministry by the Reformed Church of the United States, Freeport, Illinois
1924 March 28: [Emily Frances Deeter] Born, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
1924 September 21: [Samuel Thompson Lowrie] Died, Saint Davids, Pennsylvania
1924 November 10: [Robert James Clark] Born, Greensburg, Indiana
1924-1926: [John B. Crowell] Assistant pastor, First Church, Norristown, Pennsylvania
1924-1926: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Divinity School of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Philadelphia
1924-1927: [Alberto Rembao] Student, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, California
1924-1927: [Edwin Harold Rian] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1924-1928: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Student, Bachelor of Theology and Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1924-1929: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Pastor, English Reformed Church in Freeport, Illinois
1924-1934: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Princeton, New Jersey
1924-1938: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Professor, New Testament language and literature, Biblical Seminary, New York City
1925: [Alexander Mackie] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Parsons College
1925: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Graduated, Princeton University
1925 May 29: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Died, Chicago
1925 September 24: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Arrived in America
1925 October 25: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Born, New Paris, Ohio
1925 December 6: [Neill Quinn Hamilton] Born, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1925-1927: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Student, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1925-1928: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1925-1928: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Pastor, Keene Valley Congregational Church, New York
1925-1929: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Professor of English Bible, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
1925-1936: [William Hallock Johnson] President, Lincoln University
1926: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Muhlenberg College
1926: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Married to Helena Woodbridge
1926: [J. Christy Wilson] Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary
1926: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Received honorary Doctor of Divinity, College of the Ozarks
1926: [James Muilenburg] Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University
1926 August 14: [John Ellsworth Peters] Died, Camden, New Jersey
1926-1927: [John B. Crowell] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1926-1927: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Doctor of Sacred Theology, Divinity School of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Philadelphia
1926-1929: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Enrolls in classes at the University of Chicago
1926-1931: [Émile Cailliet] Assistant Professor of French Literature, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
1926-1932: [James Muilenburg] Professor, History and Literature of Religion, Mt. Holyoke College
1926-1944: [James Oscar Boyd] Secretary, Levant Agency; resided in Vienna, Austria, 1928-37
1926-1953: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Taught at Chicago Theological Seminary and at the divinity school and history department of the University of Chicago
1926-1953: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Pastor, 4th Presbyterian Church in New York, New York
1926-unknown: [William Hallock Johnson] Stated supply, Ashmun Presbyterian Church, Pennsylvania
1927: [Carl Curtis McIntire] B.A., Park College, Parkville, Missouri.
1927: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Th.B., Princeton Theological Seminary
1927: [Allan Alexander MacRae] M.A., Princeton University
1927: [Edwin Harold Rian] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1927: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Received B.A. and B.S. in education from Ohio State University.
1927: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Th.M, University of Dubuque
1927: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Moved to Lanarkshire, Scotland
1927 January 24: [John B. Crowell] Ordained, Presbytery of Morris and Orange
1927 April 27: [Edwin Harold Rian] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1927 June 20: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Ordained, Philadelphia Presbytery
1927-1928: [Edwin Harold Rian] Princeton Fellow, University of Berlin, Germany
1927-1929: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Graduate student, University of Berlin (Germany)
1927-1929: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Pastor of St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Garwood, New Jersey.
1927-1938: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Pastor, Carrollton Avenue United Church in Indianapolis, Indiana
1927-1966: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Professor ordinarius, Protestant Theological Faculty of the Charles University in Prague
1927-unknown: [John B. Crowell] Pastor, Hope Memorial Church, Elizabeth, New Jersey
1928: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick, New Jersey
1928: [Edwin Harold Rian] Princeton Fellow, University of Marburg, Germany
1928: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Marion) Born, New York City, Marion Hausner
1928: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Graduated, American University, Beirut, Lebanon
1928: [Eugene Carson Blake] Graduated, Princeton University
1928 February 14: [John Rogers Wilcox] Born, Allentown, Pennsylvania
1928 March 22: [Frank Rosebrook Symmes] Died, Freehold, New Jersey
1928 March 24: [William H. Bender] Born, Wichita, Kansas
1928 May 29: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Born, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1928 November 16: [William Brenton Greene, Jr.] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1928 December 11: [Frederick W. Cassell] Born, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1928-1929: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Assistant professor, History, Wheaton College
1928-1929: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary .
1928-1929: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Student, Dubuque Theological Seminary
1928-1929: [Eugene Carson Blake] Teacher, Forman Christian College, Lahore, India
1928-1930: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Instructor, Department of Education, Mosul and Baghdad, Iraq
1928-1932: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Chaplain, Taft School, Watertown, Connecticut
1928-1953: [Jesse Herrmann] Pastor, Second Church, Lexington, Kentucky
1929: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Master of Arts, Princeton University
1929: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1929: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Graduate student, American School of Oriental Research, Jerusalem
1929: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Married Marion N. Lucks
1929: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Graduated, University of Dubuque
1929 January 20: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Born, St. Paul, Minnesota
1929 May 5: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Ordained
1929-1930: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Student, University of Berlin, Germany
1929-1930: [Robert Dick Wilson] Professor, Semitic Philology and O.T., Westminster Theological Seminary
1929-1930: [Edwin Harold Rian] Assistant pastor, Presbyterian Church, Westfield, New Jersey
1929-1930: [Chalmers Martin] Stated supply, San Mateo, Florida
1929-1930: [Eugene Carson Blake] Student, University of Edinburgh
1929-1931: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1929-1933: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Assistant Pastor, First Church, Reading, Pennsylvania
1929-1934: [Chalmers Martin] Professor emeritus, College of Wooster
1929-1937: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Assistant Professor, Old Testament, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
1929-1937: [William O. Harris] Professor, New Testament, Westminster Theological Seminary
1929-1940: [Maitland Alexander] Pastor emeritus, First Church, Pittsburgh
1929-1942: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Joined the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company
1929-1944: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] President, Philadelphia School for Christian Workers of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches (soon renamed Tennent College of Christian Education)
1929-1950: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Professor of Homiletics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1929-1958: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Instructor, lecturer, Asian languages, Princeton University
1929-1973: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Missionary, China
1929: [Robert Gardner Andrus] Graduated from Washington and Jefferson College (A.B.)
1929-1930, 1936-1938: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh
1930: [Charles Franklin Seabrook] Begins quick freezing vegetables for General Foods
1930: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Student, Oxford University, England
1930: [Robert Dick Wilson] Died, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1930: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Received B.D. from Union Theological Seminary.
1930: [John Bertram Phillips] Ordained, Anglican Church
1930 September 28: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Born, Springfield, Massachusetts
1930 October 10: [Louis FitzGerald Benson] Died, Philadelphia
1930 December 26: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Born, Brooklyn, New York
1930-1931: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Instructor, New Testament Greek, Princeton Theological Seminary
1930-1932: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Assistant professor of theology at Union Theological Seminary.
1930-1932: [Eugene Carson Blake] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1930-1933: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Teacher, American School, Baghdad
1930-1934: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Pastor, Georgetown Church, Washington D.C.
1930-1958: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Trustee, Princeton Theological Seminary
1930-unknown: [George Stewart Duncan] Annual Lecturer, American Institute of Archeology
1931: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Graduated, Princeton University
1931: [Carl Curtis McIntire] B.D., Westminster Theological Seminary, Ordained, Presbytery of West Jersey, Presbyterian Church USA, June 4. Marries Fairy Eunice Davis on May 27.
1931: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Earned full professorship
1931: [Elmer George Homrighausen] A.M., Butler University
1931: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1931 April 15: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1931 July 13: [Carl Robert Geider] Born, Indianapolis, Indiana
1931 December 5: [James Edwin Loder] Born, Lincoln, Nebraska
1931-1933: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Pastor, Chelsea Presbyterian Church, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
1931-1934: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Student, Master of Arts, University of Pittsburgh
1931-1934: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Student, Bachelor of Systematic Theology, Western Theological Seminary
1931-1934: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Acting professor, Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1931-1934: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Studied Classics and Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, Arts Degree
1931-1936: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Lecturer, theology, Berlin University
1931-1941: [Émile Cailliet] Professor of French Literature and Civilization, Scripps College, Claremont, CA
1931-1945: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Minister, New York Jewish Evangelization Society
1931-1946: [Edwin Harold Rian] President, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1931-1946: [George Stewart Duncan] Dean, YMCA School of Religion, Washington D.C.
1932: [Francis Landey Patton] Died, Warwick, Bermuda
1932 April 19: [Eugene Carson Blake] Ordained, West Jersey Presbytery
1932-1933: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Studied at the Universities of Zurich and Bonn as UTS Fogg Travelling Fellow.
1932-1933: [Geerhardus Vos] Resided, Roaring Branch, Pennsylvania
1932-1935: [Richard C. Halverson] Student, Valley City State Teachers College, North Dakota
1932-1935: [Eugene Carson Blake] Assistant pastor, Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, New York City
1932-1936: [James Muilenburg] Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Maine
1932-1938: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Evanston, Illinois
1932-1949: [Geerhardus Vos] Professor Emeritus, Princeton Theological Seminary
1933: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Ordained, Matthias Church, Berlin
1933: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Chosen by United Presbyterian Church in the USA to attend the World Presbyterian Alliance meeting in Belfast, Ireland
1933 March 8: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Born, Uniontown, Pennsylvania
1933-1934: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Student, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1933-1936: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Pastor, Collingswood Presbyterian Church, New Jersey.
1933-1940: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Assistant Professor and (from 1936) Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Elmhurst College, Illinois.
1933-1941: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Pastor, Rhawnhurst Church, Philadelphia
1933-1941: [Geerhardus Vos] Resided, Santa Ana, California
1933-1950: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Professor, North China Theological Seminary, Tenghsien Shantung
1934: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University
1934: [J. Christy Wilson] Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Lafayette College; Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Emporia College
1934 February 28: [Chalmers Martin] Died, Wooster, Ohio
1934 May 14: [Edmund Morris Fergusson] Died, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
1934 June: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Ordained, Presbytery of Pittsburgh
1934 June 15: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Born, New Orleans, Louisiana
1934 November 23: [Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge] Died
1934 December 27: [Douglas S. Bax] Born, Benoni, South Africa
1934-1936: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
1934-1936: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University
1934-1936: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Graduate studies at the School of Divinity, New College. Won John Stuart Blackie Fellowship for studies in the Middle East.
1934-1937: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Assistant Librarian, Princeton Theological Seminary
1934-1951: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Pastor, First Church, Princeton, New Jersey
1934-1958: [Henry Snyder Gehman] William Henry Green Professor of Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1935: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Grove City College
1935: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Lecturer at Second International Theological Seminar in Geneva
1935: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Graduated, University of Washington
1935 July 11: [Donald Morton Walter] Born, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
1935-1938: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Farmer, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
1935-1938: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1935-1940: [Eugene Carson Blake] Pastor, First Church, Albany
1935-1942: [Alford Kelley] Resided in Ballston Spa, New York
1936: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Authorization to teach at Berlin University terminated
1936: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Defrocked by Presbytery of West Jersey over a dispute regarding his involvement with the Independent Board of Presbyterian Foreign Missions.
1936: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (Supervisor, E.A. Speiser)
1936: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) President, American Society of Church History
1936: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Received Th.D. from Union Theological Seminary.
1936 February 11: [Robert A. Beringer] Born, Morristown, New Jersey
1936 July 6: [Ethelbert Dudley Warfield] Died, California
1936 September 26: [Nancy L. Harris] Born, Seattle, Washington
1936 November 9: [Robert Blackman Ives] Born, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
1936-1937: [Émile Cailliet] ThD., University of Strasbourg, France
1936-1937: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Chosen as a preacher for National Preaching Mission in the USA
1936-1938: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey
1936-1940: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
1936-1945: [James Muilenburg] Professor, Old Testament Literature and Semitic Languages, Pacific School of Religion
1936-1946: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Served in the United States Navy
1936: [Robert Gardner Andrus] Graduated from Union Theological Seminary (B.D.)
1936-: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Organizing Pastor, Bible Presbyterian Church, Collingswood, New Jersey.
1936-: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Founder and Publisher, Christian Beacon newspaper. Christian Beacon begins publication.
1936-unknown: [Alexander Mackie] President, Presbyterian Ministry Fund
1937: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Student, University of Berlin
1937: [Caspar Wistar Hodge, Jr.] Died, February 26, Princeton, New Jersey
1937: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Bachelor of Science, Columbia University
1937: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Founder, Faith Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania.
1937: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Graduated, Wooster College
1937: [Frederick M. Corum] Graduated, University of Pennsylvania
1937: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Lecturer at Universal World Council Meeting in Denmark
1937: [Elmer George Homrighausen] World Council of Churches (WCC) meetings at Oxford and Edinburgh
1937: [Norval Geldenhuys] Graduated, University of Pretoria, South Africa
1937 January 1: [William O. Harris] Died, Bismark, North Dakota
1937 November 3: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Became American citizen
1937-1938: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Studied with Karl Barth at the University of Basel in Switzerland
1937-1939: [Norval Geldenhuys] Student, Cambridge University
1937-1939: [Eugene Carson Blake] Lecturer, Religion, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts
1937-1940: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1937-1940: [Frederick M. Corum] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1937-1940: [J. Christy Wilson] Chairman, Near East Christian Council
1937-1966: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] James Lenox Librarian, Princeton Theological Seminary
1937-1971: [Allan Alexander MacRae] President and Professor of Old Testament, Faith Theological Seminary
1938: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Begins contact with German political resistance
1938: [James Iley McCord] Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, Austin College
1938: [Carl Curtis McIntire] First services held in tent erected at the corner of Haddon Avenue and Cuthbert Boulevard in Collingswood, New Jersey, April 3.
1938: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Graduated, Western Maryland College
1938: [Russell Martin Kerr] Graduated, Davidson College
1938-1939: [James Iley McCord] Student, Union Theological Seminary, Virginia
1938-1939: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1938-1939: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Professor at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City, United States
1938-1939: [Russell Martin Kerr] Teacher, Old Town High School, Winston-Salem
1938-1941: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1938-1943: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Professor, New Testament, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia
1938-1946: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Visiting professor, Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1938-1954: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Served as Thomas Synnott Professor of Christian Education, Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS)
1938-1956: [James Everett Frame] Resided, Princeton, New Jersey
1938-1964: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Brick Presbyterian Church, Park Avenue at 91st Street, New York City
1939: [Richard C. Halverson] B.S. Wheaton College
1939 August 13: [Joseph Ross Stevenson] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1939 September 23: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Born, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
1939-1940: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Dissertation. Oriel College, Oxford.
1939-1941: [Russell Martin Kerr] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Erskine Theological Seminary
1939-1942: [Richard C. Halverson] B.Th. Princeton Theological Seminary
1939-1942: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1940: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Forbidden to speak in public
1940: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Graduated, Doctor of Divinity, University of Dubuque
1940: [Richard Charles Redfield] Graduated, Occidental College
1940: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Graduated, Bob Jones University
1940: [Wallace N. Jamison] Graduated, Westminster College, Pennsylvania
1940: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Graduated, Princeton University
1940: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Ordained, Presbytery of Seattle
1940: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Ordained Minister
1940 January 3: [Maitland Alexander] Died, Sewickley Heights
1940 July 17: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Ordained, Presbytery of Newton
1940 October 12: [David W. Danner] Born, Anderson, Indiana
1940-1941: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) President, American Theological Society
1940-1941: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Associate Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Eden Theological Seminary, Missouri.
1940-1941: [Frederick M. Corum] Teacher, English, Clarksville, Arkansas
1940-1942: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Pastor, First Church, Newton, New Jersey
1940-1942: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Reporter, Newark, New Jersey
1940-1943: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1940-1943: [Wallace N. Jamison] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1940-1943: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Assistant pastor, Westminster Church, Scranton
1940-1943: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Minister of Alyth Barony Parish, Perthshire, Scotland
1940-1949: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Associate professor, Systematic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1940-1951: [Eugene Carson Blake] Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Pasadena, California
1940-1952: [Jesse Halsey] Professor of Pastoral Theology and Liturgics, McCormick Theological Seminary
1940-1971: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Pastor Emeritus, First Church, Centerville, Iowa
1940-1943, 1944-1945: [Norval Geldenhuys] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, University of Pretoria
1941: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Forbidden to publish
1941: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Original founder and the first President of the American Council of Christian Churches (ACCC).
1941: [Elmer George Homrighausen] World Council for Christian Education Conference: Mexico City, Mexico
1941: [Eugene Carson Blake] Granted Doctor of Divinity, Occidental College
1941 May 13: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1941 May 15: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Ordained, Presbytery of Baltimore
1941-1942: [Russell Martin Kerr] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1941-1943: [Richard Charles Redfield] Teacher, Arcadia, California
1941-1944: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Instructor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1941-1944: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Organizing pastor, Osceola Church, Clark, New Jersey
1941-1945: [Émile Cailliet] Professor of French Literature and Civilization, Graduate School, University of Pennsylvania
1941-1946: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Associate Professor of Biblical History at Wellesley College, Massachusetts.
1941-1946: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Served in the United States Air Force
1941-1946: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Religious book editor, Westminster Press, Philadelphia
1941-1947: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Pastor emeritus, Central Church
1941-1949: [Geerhardus Vos] Resided, Grand Rapids, Michigan
1941-1955: [James Whyte Clarke] Professor of Homiletics, McCormick Theological Seminary
1941-1961: [J. Christy Wilson] Associate Professor of Missions and Dean of Field Services, Princeton Theological Seminary
1942: [James Iley McCord] Graduated, Master of Arts, University of Texas
1942: [James Iley McCord] Graduated, Bachelor of Divinity, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas
1942: [Frederick M. Corum] Ordained, Presbytery of Philadelphia North
1942 April 22: [James Iley McCord] Ordained, Brazos Prebytery, Texas
1942 July 3: [Russell Martin Kerr] Ordained, Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
1942 August 8: [Richard C. Halverson] Ordained by the Presbytery of Los Angeles
1942 August 8: [Alford Kelley] Died, Ballston Spa, New York
1942-1943: [James Iley McCord] Student, Harvard University
1942-1944: [James Iley McCord] Pastor, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Manchester, New Hampshire
1942-1944: [Richard C. Halverson] Assistant Minister, Lynwood Presbyterian Church, Kansas City, Kansas
1942-1944: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Served in United States Marine Corps
1942-1945: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Mission House Theological Seminary, Wisconsin
1942-1945: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Chaplain, United States Army
1942-1945: [Russell Martin Kerr] Assistant pastor, First Church, Statesville
1942-1946: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Served in the United States Naval Reserve
1942-1946: [Frederick M. Corum] Chaplain, United States Naval Reserve
1942-1947: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Chair of the Department of Evangelism for the Federal Council of Churches
1942-1956: [J. Christy Wilson] Director, Princeton Institute of Theology
1942-1977: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, professor, history of religion, Princeton Theological Seminary
1942, 1944: [Richard C. Halverson] Managing Director, Forest Home Christian Conference Grounds, California
1943: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
1943: [Charles Franklin Seabrook] Seabrook Farms begins selling its own brand of frozen food.
1943: [William H. K. Narum] Graduated, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota
1943: [William H. K. Narum] Fulbright Scholar, Gottingen University, Germany
1943: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Graduated, College of Wooster
1943 February 12: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Ordained, Presbytery of Elizabeth
1943 March 25: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Born, Haddonfield, New Jersey
1943 April 5: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Arrested, held in Tegel Prison, Berlin
1943 May 21: [Wallace N. Jamison] Ordained, Presbytery of Monongahela, United Presbyterian Church of North America
1943-1944: [Norval Geldenhuys] Pastor, Pretoria, South Africa
1943-1945: [Brevard S. Childs] Served in United States Army
1943-1945: [William H. K. Narum] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Luther Theological Seminary, Minnesota
1943-1945: [Robert James Clark] Served in United States Army
1943-1945: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] War Service as Army chaplain in the Middle East and with combat troops in Italy
1943-1945: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1943-1946: [Richard Charles Redfield] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1943-1946: [Wallace N. Jamison] Chaplain, United States Naval Reserves
1943-1946: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Served in United States Naval Reserve
1943-1953: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Chairman, Ecumenical Study Group, Chicago
1943-1964: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Professor, Biblical Theology for the teaching of English Bible, Princeton Theological Seminary
1944: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Graduated, Mission House College
1944: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Graduated, Agnes Scott College
1944: [Betty Le Fever Gibson] Graduated, Pennsylvania State University
1944: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Graduated, State Teachers College, Framingham, Massachusetts
1944: [Glen Morris Johnson] Graduated, Wheaton College
1944: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Retired
1944: [William Park Armstrong] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1944: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Awarded Member of the British Empire (MBE)
1944: [Jesse Herrmann] Delivered the Stone Lectures, Princeton Theological Seminary
1944-1945: [James Iley McCord] Pastor, University Presbyterian Church, Austin
1944-1945: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Teacher, Palmer, Arkansas
1944-1946: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Teacher, Salem Academy and College, Winston-Salem
1944-1946: [Betty Le Fever Gibson] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1944-1946: [Donald Roth Kocher] Served in United States Army
1944-1946: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Chaplain, United States Navy
1944-1946: [Glen Morris Johnson] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1944-1946: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1944-1947: [Richard C. Halverson] Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Coalinga, California
1944-1947: [James Oscar Boyd] Resided in Oneida, New York
1944-1947: [Neill Quinn Hamilton] United States Navy
1944-1951: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Associate editor, Theology Today
1944-1954: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Associate Professor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1944-1959: [James Iley McCord] Professor, Systematic Theology, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas
1944-1969: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Trustee, Princeton Theological Seminary
1945: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Founded Scottish Church Theological Society
1945: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] A.B., Bob Jones University
1945 January 21: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Born, Freiberg, Germany
1945 April 9: [Dietrich Bonhoeffer] Died, hanged at Flossenbürg concentration camp
1945 August 31: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Ordained, Presbytery of Grafton
1945-1946: [Norval Geldenhuys] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1945-1947: [Émile Cailliet] Professor of French Literature and Philosophy, Wesleyan University
1945-1947: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1945-1947: [William H. K. Narum] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1945-1947: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Minister of Alyth Parish
1945-1947: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Assistant pastor, First Church, Joplin Missouri
1945-1950: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1945-1951: [Frederick William Loetscher] Professor, Church History, Temple University
1945-1959: [James Iley McCord] Dean, Austin Prebyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas
1945-1960: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Employed by Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company
1945-1963: [James Muilenburg] Professor, Hebrew and Cognate Languages, Union Theological Seminary
1946: [Wallace N. Jamison] Student, Columbia University, New York City
1946: [Wallace N. Jamison] Student, Union Theological Seminary, New York City
1946: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Begins post as contributing editor to Theology Today, which he continued for 30 years. Writes regular feature called "The Church and the World"
1946: [Neill Quinn Hamilton] Graduated, Duke University
1946: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Married Margaret Spear
1946: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Graduated, Washington University, Missouri
1946: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Awarded Doctor of Divinity, University of Dubuque
1946 March 20: [John M. Mulder] Born, Chicago, Illinois
1946 July 9: [George Stewart Duncan] Died, Washington D.C.
1946 November: [Richard Charles Redfield] Ordained, Presbytery of Los Angeles
1946-1947: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Associate Editor of Religious Book Dept. of Westminster Press.
1946-1947: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Radio engineer, San Diego
1946-1948: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Served in United States Army
1946-1948: [Wallace N. Jamison] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
1946-1948: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Assistant pastor, Covenant Church, Springfield, Ohio
1946-1949: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1946-1950: [Richard Charles Redfield] Pastor, Manitou Park Church, Tacoma, Washington
1946-1950: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Pastor, First Church, Newton, New Jersey
1946-1950: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Pastor, First Church, Hackensack, New Jersey
1946-1952: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania
1946-1952: [Russell Martin Kerr] Pastor, Bethel Church, Winnsboro, South Carolina
1946-1972: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Evangelist
1947: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Student, Union Theological Seminary, New York City
1947: [Brevard S. Childs] Graduated, Master of Arts, University of Michigan
1947: [Carl Hopkins Elmore] Died, Bradenton, New Jersey
1947: [Emily Frances Deeter] Graduated, Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania
1947: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Graduated, Elizabethtown College
1947: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Participant in the Geneva Conference on Evangelism, Department of Reconstruction and Interchurch Aid of the WCC
1947: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Chairman, United Evangelistic Alliance of the Federal Council of Churches
1947 February 23: [Rockwell Smith Brank] Died, Palm Springs, California
1947 August 14: [James Oscar Boyd] Died in Oneida, New York
1947-1948: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Professor, Church History, Gordon Divinity School, Massachusetts
1947-1948: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Student, University of Pennsylvania
1947-1948: [Frederick M. Corum] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1947-1948: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Radio announcer
1947-1948: [Emily Frances Deeter] Clerk, Middletown, Pennsylvania
1947-1949: [William H. K. Narum] Instructor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College
1947-1949: [Glen Morris Johnson] Youth director and associate pastor, Evangelical Free Church, Rockford, Illinois
1947-1949: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Associate professor, Church History, McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago
1947-1950: [Brevard S. Childs] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1947-1950: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1947-1950: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Minister of Beechgrove Church in Aberdeen, Scotland
1947-1951: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Pastor, First Church, Harrison, Arkansas
1947-1956: [Richard C. Halverson] Pastor of Leadership Education, First Presbyterian Church, Hollywood, California
1947-1956: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Associate Professor and (from 1949) Stephen Caldwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary.
1947-1959: [Émile Cailliet] Professor of Christian Philosophy, Princeton Theological Seminary
1948: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Original founder and the first head of the International Council of Christian Churches (ICCC).
1948: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Elected to the Central Commitee, World Council of Churches
1948: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Graduated, San Diego University
1948: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Secretary, consultant and organizer of the Amsterdam Assembly of the WCC, Department of Evangelism
1948: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Published Dissertation, The Doctrine of Grace in the Apostolic Fathers
1948: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary
1948 February: [Norval Geldenhuys] Ordained, Dutch Reformed Church South Africa
1948 June 18: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Ordained, Lehigh Presbytery
1948-1949: [Norval Geldenhuys] Pastor, Naboomspruit (now Mookgophong), South Africa
1948-1950: [Edwin Harold Rian] Vice-President, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas
1948-1950: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Student, Master of Arts, Princeton Theological Seminary
1948-1951: [Wallace N. Jamison] Pastor, First United Church, Indianola, Iowa
1948-1951: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1948-1951: [Emily Frances Deeter] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1948-1951: [Neill Quinn Hamilton] B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary
1948-1957: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Pastor, Covenant Church, Springfield, Ohio
1948-1982: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Founded and edited Scottish Journal of Theology with J.K.S. Reid
1949: [William Oswald Yates] Retired
1949: [James Iley McCord] Doctor of Divinity, Austin Prebyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas
1949: [Donald Roth Kocher] Graduated, College of Wooster, Ohio
1949: [Edwin Harold Rian] Honorary doctorate, Bob Jones University
1949: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Marion) Graduated from Barnard College
1949: [John Rogers Wilcox] Graduated, Haverford College
1949: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Graduated, bachelor of divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1949: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Ordained, Presbytery of St. Louis
1949: [Geerhardus Vos] Died, August 13, Grand Rapids, Michigan
1949: [William H. Bender] Graduated, Lehigh University
1949 June 12: [Glen Morris Johnson] Ordained, Presbytery of New Brunswick
1949-1950: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Director of Christian Education, First Church, Reading, Pennsylvania
1949-1950: [Glen Morris Johnson] Student, Yale University
1949-1950: [William H. Bender] Business, Brooklyn, New York
1949-1951: [William H. K. Narum] Assistant professor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College
1949-1951: [Frederick M. Corum] Teacher, English, Pikeville College, Pikeville, Kentucky
1949-1952: [Donald Roth Kocher] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1949-1954: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Pastor, First Church, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
1949-1962: [Glen Morris Johnson] Fraternal worker, COEMAR, Japan
1949-1963: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Professor, Church History, McCormick Theological Seminary
1949-1974: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Professor, Systematic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1949: [Robert Gardner Andrus] Received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Washington and Jefferson College
1949-unknown: [Norval Geldenhuys] Director of publications, Dutch Reformed Church
1950: [Robert James Clark] Graduated, Havard University
1950: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary
1950: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Graduated, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1950 April 25: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Ordained, Newton Presbytery
1950-1951: [James Iley McCord] Student, New College, Edinburgh, Scotland
1950-1951: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Director of religious education, Presbyterian Church, Fairbanks
1950-1951: [William H. Bender] Student, Upsalla College, New Jersey
1950-1952: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Professor of Church History, University of Edinburgh
1950-1952: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Assistant pastor, First Church, St. Louis
1950-1953: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Pastor, First Church, Andover, New Jersey
1950-1954: [Edwin Harold Rian] Vice-President, Beaver College (now called Arcadia University), Glenside, Pennsylvania
1950-1954: [Robert James Clark] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1950-1954: [John Rogers Wilcox] Student, Bachelor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1950-1955: [Brevard S. Childs] Student, Doctor of Theology, University of Basel
1950-1956: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Pastor, Northminster Church, Columbus, Ohio
1950-1956: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Student, Ohio State University
1950-1957: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Professor, New Testament, Mission House Theological Seminary
1950-1957: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Teacher, Lakeland College, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
1950-1957: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Pastor, Yellow Frame Church, Newton
1950-1958: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Professor of Biblical Homiletics, Temple University Theological Seminary [now part of Gordon-Conwell]
1950-1961: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Pastor, Second Church, Newark
1951: [Brevard S. Childs] Student, University of Heidelberg
1951: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Graduated, Macalester College
1951: [Frederick W. Cassell] Graduated, Westminster College, Pennsylvania
1951: [William H. K. Narum] Graduated, Doctor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1951: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Marion) Graduated from Union Theological Seminary
1951 January 17: [Frank Sergeant Niles] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1951 July 21: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Ordained, Presbytery of Los Angeles
1951-1952: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Vice moderator of the Presbyterian Church
1951-1953: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Teacher, Palmer Arkansas
1951-1953: [Neill Quinn Hamilton] Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary
1951-1954: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1951-1954: [Frederick W. Cassell] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1951-1954: [William H. Bender] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1951-1955: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Chaplain, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York
1951-1956: [Wallace N. Jamison] Dean of Chapel and Professor, History, Westminster College
1951-1957: [William H. K. Narum] Associate professor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College
1951-1957: [Emily Frances Deeter] Director of Religious Education, Presbyterian Church, Woodbury, New Jersey
1951-1957: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Pastor, First Church, Emporia, Kansas
1951-1965: [Richard Charles Redfield] Senior Pastor, Emmanuel Church, Spokane Washington
1951-1966: [Frederick William Loetscher] Professor Emeritus, Church History, Temple University
1951-1966: [Eugene Carson Blake] Stated clerk, General Assembly, United Presbyterian Church of the United States of America
1952: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Graduated, Harvard University
1952: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Graduated, New York University
1952: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Graduated, Tarkio College, Missouri
1952: [Neill Quinn Hamilton] Ordained, United Presbyterian Church, Presbytery of Monongahela
1952: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Co-founded Scottish Church Theological Society and the Society for the Study of Theology (UK)
1952 April 8: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Born, Modesto, California
1952 June 15: [Donald Roth Kocher] Ordained, Presbytery of Cleveland
1952 July 15: [Russell Martin Kerr] Ordained, Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
1952-1953: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1952-1954: [James Iley McCord] Pastor, University Presbyterian Church, Austin
1952-1954: [Donald Roth Kocher] Instructor, Religion, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania
1952-1955: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1952-1955: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Pittsburg-Xenia Theological Seminary
1952-1956: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Chaplain, United States Navy
1952-1956: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Teaching fellow, Princeton Theological Seminary
1952-1962: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] World Council of Churches Faith and Order Commission. Attended conference in Lund, Sweden in 1952, meetings in 1954 in Evanston, Illinois, Chicago, and Princeton, New Jersey.
1952-1970: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Professor, Taiwan Theological College, Taipei
1952-1979: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Professor of Christian Dogmatics, New College, University of Edinburgh
1952-1982: [Russell Martin Kerr] Pastor, Philadelphia Presbyterian Church in the United States, Charlotte, North Carolina
1952-unknown: [Norval Geldenhuys] Director of Publications, United Protestant Publishers of South Africa
1953: [James Edwin Loder] Graduated, Carleton College
1953: [Frederick M. Corum] Graduated, Master of Science, Syracuse University
1953 July 14: [Jesse Herrmann] Died, Lexington, Kentucky
1953-1954: [James Muilenburg] Director, American Schools of Oriental Research in Jerusalem
1953-1955: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Lecturer, Religion, Emma Willard School
1953-1957: [James Edwin Loder] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1953-1960: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Chairman of the Department of Practical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1953-1964: [Frederick M. Corum] Librarian, Buffalo and Eric County Public Library, Buffalo, New York
1953-1967: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Professor, Union Theological Seminary
1954: [Carl Robert Geider] Graduated, Hanover College
1954: [Brevard S. Childs] Ordained, New England Presbytery
1954: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Graduated, Princeton University
1954: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Interim Pastor: Tenafly, New Jersey
1954: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Named Charles R. Erdman Professor of Pastoral Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1954: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Secretary for Evangelism, Second Assembly of the WCC at Evanston, Illinois
1954 January 12: [Jesse Halsey] Died, Southampton, Long Island, New York
1954 May 5: [John Rogers Wilcox] Ordained, Presbytery of Lehigh
1954 June: [Frederick W. Cassell] Ordained, Presbytery of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1954 June 17: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Ordained, Presbytery of St. Paul
1954 June 28: [William H. Bender] Ordained, Morris and Orange Presbytery
1954 September 3: [Robert James Clark] Ordained, Whitewater Presbytery
1954-1955: [Robert James Clark] Student, McCormick Theological Seminary
1954-1955: [John Rogers Wilcox] Assistant pastor, First Church, Caldwell, New Jersey
1954-1955: [William H. Bender] Student, University of Missouri, Columbia
1954-1956: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Student, Master of Arts, Princeton University
1954-1956: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1954-1956: [William H. Bender] Pastor, Sullivan county larger parish, Milan, Missouri
1954-1957: [Carl Robert Geider] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1954-1957: [Donald Roth Kocher] Student, Master of Arts, Harvard University
1954-1957: [Frederick W. Cassell] Associate pastor, Mount Lebanon Church, Pittsburgh
1954-1957: [Eugene Carson Blake] President, National Council of Churches
1954-1958: [Brevard S. Childs] Professor, Old Testament, Mission House Seminary, Plymouth, Wisconsin
1954-1959: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Served in United States Air Force
1954-1960: [Edwin Harold Rian] President, Jamestown College, North Dakota
1954-1961: [Josef Lukl Hromádka] Served on Executive Committee, World Council of Churches
1954-1962: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Convener of the Church of Scotland Commission on Baptism
1954-1962: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Pastor, First Church, York
1954-1963: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Marion) Assistant Editor, religious books department, Oxford University Press
1954-1965: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Pastor Emeritus: 4th Presbyterian Church in New York, New York
1954-1970: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Dean of Princeton Theological Seminary
1954-1974: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Professor, American Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1954-1982: [Eugene Carson Blake] Trustee, Princeton Theological Seminary
1955: [Carl Curtis McIntire] First broadcast of the 20th Century Reformation Hour radio program.
1955: [Edwin Harold Rian] Honorary doctorate, Huron College
1955: [Glen Morris Johnson] Student, University of California, Berkeley
1955: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Graduated, Southwestern University, Tennessee
1955: [Douglas S. Bax] Graduated, Rhodes University, South Africa
1955: [Donald Morton Walter] Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, Lafayette College
1955 April 24: [Stephen D. Hay] Born, Alexandria, Virginia
1955 June 9: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Ordained, Presbytery of Westchester
1955 July 18: [Clinton Hancock Gillingham] Died
1955 November: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Ordained, Presbytery of New York City
1955-1956: [Robert James Clark] Pastor, First Church, Kansas City, Missouri
1955-1957: [Donald Roth Kocher] Chaplain, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
1955-1957: [Robert James Clark] Director, Presbyterian inner-city work, Kansas City, Missouri
1955-1957: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Assistant pastor, First Church, Rome, New York
1955-1957: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Pastor, Mission Creek-Barneston
1955-1958: [Donald Morton Walter] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1955-1958: [John Rogers Wilcox] Associate pastor, First Church, Caldwell
1955-1960: [James Whyte Clarke] Professor of Homiletics, Princeton Theological Seminary
1955-1960: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1955-1961: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] University pastor, California State University, Long Beach, California
1956: [James Iley McCord] Visiting Professor, Prebyterian Theological Seminary, São Paulo, Brazil
1956: [James Everett Frame] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1956: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Splits with the original Bible Presbyterian Church and forms his own Bible Presbyterian Church organization. The original would eventually change its name to the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod, and join the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).
1956: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Christian Maturity
1956: [Glen Morris Johnson] Student, San Francisco Theological Seminary
1956: [Neill Quinn Hamilton] Th.D., University of Heidelberg
1956 August 4: [David Allan Weadon] Born, Burlington, North Carolina
1956-1957: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Graduated, Master of Divinity, Harvard Divinity School
1956-1957: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Student, Ruprecht-Karl University, Germany
1956-1957: [Douglas S. Bax] Graduated, Bachelor of Divinity, Rhodes University, South Africa
1956-1958: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University
1956-1959: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Instructor, Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1956-1959: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Instructor, Princeton Theological Seminary
1956-1963: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Director of Graduate Studies, Princeton Theological Seminary
1956-1963: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Parkman Professor of Theology and (from 1957) Florence Corliss Lamont Professor of Divinity, Harvard Divinity School.
1956-1963: [Wallace N. Jamison] Professor, Church History, New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, New Jersey
1956-1967: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Pastor, First Church, West Palm Beach, Florida
1956-1983: [Richard C. Halverson] Board Member, World Vision-U.S.
1956-1995: [Richard C. Halverson] Associate, International Prayer Breakfast Movement
1956-unknown: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Pastor, Harrison, New York
1957: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Doctor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1957: [Carl Curtis McIntire] The current Bible Presbyterian Church building is built and opens at the corner of Haddon Avenue and Cuthbert Boulevard in Collingswood, New Jersey.
1957: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Perspective
1957: [James Edwin Loder] Pastor, Hope Presbyterian Chapel, Lakewood, New Jersey
1957 June 9: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Ordained, Presbytery of Philadelphia
1957 August 3: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Died, Tomahawk, Wisconsin
1957 September 26: [Carl Robert Geider] Ordained, Presbytery of Indianapolis
1957-1958: [William H. K. Narum] Visiting lecturer, School of Religion, University of Iowa
1957-1958: [James Edwin Loder] Student, Master of Theology, Harvard University Divinity School
1957-1959: [Donald Roth Kocher] Instructor, Religion, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania
1957-1960: [Carl Robert Geider] Assistant pastor, First Church of Southport
1957-1960: [Robert James Clark] Pastor, Troub Memorial Church, Indianapolis, Indiana
1957-1962: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Pastor, Spring Creek and Frankford Churches, Renick, West Virginia
1957-1962: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Minister of Education, First Church, Fullerton, California
1957-1967: [Frederick W. Cassell] Pastor, Community Church, Wexford
1957-1968: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Pastor, Eastminster Church, East Lansing, Michigan
1957-1980: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Pastor, First Church, Moorestown, New Jersey
1957-1985: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Chaplain, United States Navy
1957-1991: [William H. K. Narum] Professor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College
1957-unknown: [Emily Frances Deeter] Staff, Missionary Education, National Council of Churches, New York City
1957-unknown: [Christian Harold Brackbill] Pastor, Jamesburg
1958: [Richard C. Halverson] LL.D. (Honorary) Wheaton College
1958: [Robert A. Beringer] Graduated, Cornell University
1958: [Elmer George Homrighausen] World Council for Christian Education Conference, Tokyo, Japan
1958: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] D.D., Westminster College, Pennsylvania
1958: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton Theological Seminary
1958: [Nancy L. Harris] Graduated, University of Washington
1958 February 12: [Douglas S. Bax] Ordained, Presbyterian Church of South Africa, Port Elizabeth Presbytery
1958-1959: [Douglas S. Bax] Pastor, Bedford and Somerset, East South Africa
1958-1959: [Donald Morton Walter] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1958-1960: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Visiting lecturer, Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1958-1961: [Robert A. Beringer] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1958-1961: [Nancy L. Harris] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1958-1962: [James Edwin Loder] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University
1958-1964: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Student, Master of Arts, New York University
1958-1967: [John Rogers Wilcox] Pastor, First Church, Caldwell
1958-1981: [Richard C. Halverson] Senior Pastor, Fourth Presbyterian Church, Bethesda, Maryland
1958-1999: [Brevard S. Childs] Professor, Old Testament, Yale Divinity School
1959: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1959: [James Edwin Loder] Pastor, Christian Church, Fall River, Massachusetts
1959: [Robert Blackman Ives] Graduated, Drexel University
1959: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Hewett Lectures at Union Theological Seminary in New York and Andover Newton Theological School in Massachusetts
1959 October 4: [Donald Morton Walter] Ordained, Presbytery of Philadelphia
1959-1961: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1962: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Assistant professor, Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1962: [Robert Blackman Ives] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Fuller Theological Seminary
1959-1962: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Assistant professor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1963: [Donald Roth Kocher] Pastor, Calvin Church, Hartsdale, New York
1959-1963: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Visiting professor, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1964: [Douglas S. Bax] Doctoral student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1964: [Donald Morton Walter] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1983: [James Iley McCord] President, Princeton Theological Seminary
1959-1987: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Registrar, Princeton Theological Seminary
1960: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Retired, Vice-President, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company
1960: [Edwin Harold Rian] Honorary doctorate, Jamestown College
1960: [Charles Rosenbury Erdman] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1960 June 13: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Granted ministry license, Prebytery of Memphis
1960 November 15: [Stacy Ikard] Born, Lubbock, Texas
1960-1963: [Edwin Harold Rian] President, Biblical Seminary, New York City
1960-1963: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Student, Cambridge University, England
1960-1965: [James Whyte Clarke] Pastor, Second Church, Richmond, Virginia
1960-1965: [Robert James Clark] Pastor, First Church, Winchester, Indiana
1960-1968: [Carl Robert Geider] Pastor, Westminster Church, Joliet, Illinois
1960-1968: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Clerical worker, Davidson College
1961: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Graduated, Wheaton College, Illinois
1961: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Man to Man
1961: [Edwin Harold Rian] Honorary doctorate, Moravian College
1961 June 7: [Robert A. Beringer] Ordained, Presbytery of Elizabeth
1961 June 23: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Ordained, Presbytery of Donegal
1961-1962: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Student, Wheaton Graduate Theological School
1961-1962: [James Edwin Loder] Danforth fellow, Minninger Foundation, Topeka, Kansas
1961-1963: [Robert A. Beringer] Assistant pastor, Presbyterian Church, Bound Brook
1961-1963: [Nancy L. Harris] Secretary, Sesquicentennial, Princeton Theological Seminary
1961-1965: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Assistant pastor, 1st church, West Chester, Pennsylvania
1961-1968: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Associate pastor, First Church, Englewood, New Jersey
1961-1975: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Pastor, First Church, Phoenix, Arizona
1962: [David W. Danner] Graduated, College of Wooster, Ohio
1962: [Elmer George Homrighausen] World Council for Christian Education Conference, Belfast, Ireland
1962 November 10: [Alberto Rembao] Died, New York City
1962-1963: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) President, American Theological Society
1962-1963: [Robert Blackman Ives] Student, master of theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1962-1964: [Glen Morris Johnson] Associate pastor, United Church, West Allis, Wisconsin
1962-1964: [James Edwin Loder] Instructor, Princeton Theological Seminary
1962-1964: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Visiting professor, Union Theological Seminary, Virginia
1962-1965: [David W. Danner] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1962-1965: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Assistant pastor, Presbyterian Church, Towson, Maryland
1962-1965: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1962-1965: [J. Christy Wilson] Pastor of Visitation, First Presbyterian Church, Princeton
1962-1968: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Pastor, Calvary Church, Wilmington
1962-1968: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Pastor, First Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan
1962-1968: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Student, Master of Arts, Michigan State University
1962-1979: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Associate professor, Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1963: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Purchases the Admiral Hotel in Cape May, New Jersey, renames it The Christian Admiral, and turns it into a Bible conference center and resort. This leads to the eventual purchase of Congress Hall, the Windsor, and additional properties in Cape May.
1963: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, The Quiet Men
1963: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) First wife, Olga, died
1963 November 17: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Ordained, Presbytery of St. Joseph
1963 November 28: [William Hallock Johnson] Died, West Chester, Pennsylvania
1963-1964: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] University of Edinburgh, New College
1963-1964: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Principal, Maplebrook School, Amenia, New York
1963-1964: [William H. K. Narum] Visiting scholar, Oxford University, England
1963-1964: [Robert A. Beringer] Interim pastor, Presbyterian Church, Bound Brook
1963-1964: [Nancy L. Harris] Director of Christian Education, Lakeside Church, San Francisco, California
1963-1965: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Chaplain and assistant professor, Tarkio College, Missouri
1963-1965: [Douglas S. Bax] Student, Georg August University, Goettingen, Germany
1963-1965: [Robert Blackman Ives] Student, doctor of philosophy, University of Manchester, England
1963-1967: [Emily Frances Deeter] Assistant publishing, Riverside Church, New York City
1963-1969: [Wallace N. Jamison] President, New Brunswick Theological Seminary
1963-1972: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Professor, Church History, San Francisco Theological Seminary
1963-1972: [James Muilenburg] Gray Professor, Hebrew Exegesis and Old Testament, San Francisco Theological Seminary
1963-1974: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Auburn Professor of Systematic Theology and (from 1968) Charles A. Briggs Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Theological Seminary.
1963-1975: [Donald Roth Kocher] Associate pastor, Huguenot Memorial Church, Pelham, Pennsylvania
1964: [Paul Austin Wolfe] Died
1964: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, The Prologue to Prison
1964: [Wilhelm Pauck] Wilhelm Pauck and Marion Hausner married
1964 July 22: [Norval Geldenhuys] Died, South Africa
1964 July 30: [Howard Tillman Kuist] Died, Princeton
1964-1965: [Donald Morton Walter] Research assistant, Lily Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey
1964-1967: [Edwin Harold Rian] President, Institute for Educational Planning
1964-1967: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Associate professor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1964-1968: [James Edwin Loder] Assistant professor, Princeton Theological Seminary
1964-1970: [Nancy L. Harris] Legal secretary
1964-1972: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Student, Doctor of Education, New York University
1964-1973: [Glen Morris Johnson] Pastor, Third Church, Dubuque, Iowa
1964-1973: [Frederick M. Corum] Librarian, SUNY Binghamton
1964-1974: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Secretary to the director of admissions, Barlow School
1964-1984: [Robert A. Beringer] Pastor, First Church, Hopewell
1964-1996: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Professor, Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1964-: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Founder and President, Shelton College, Cape May, New Jersey.
1965: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Purchases (through Faith Seminary) radio station WXUR in Media, Pennsylvania and gains FCC license for the station.
1965: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Between Sundays
1965 June 13: [David W. Danner] Ordained, Presbytery of Miami
1965 June 13: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Ordained, Presbytery of Carlisle
1965 September 20: [Benjamin Franklin Farber] Died, Cresskill, New Jersey
1965 November 17: [Robert Blackman Ives] Ordained, Presbytery of Donegal
1965-1966: [David W. Danner] Assitant pastor, First Church, Easton, Pennsylvania
1965-1966: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Visits former international students across the world on behalf of PTS
1965-1967: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Assistant pastor, United Church, Newton, Massachusetts
1965-1967: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Student, Harvard Divinity School
1965-1967: [Robert James Clark] Pastor, Mount Auburn Church, Cincinnati, Ohio
1965-1968: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Professor, Tarkio College, Missouri
1965-1969: [Robert Blackman Ives] Pastor, Park Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts
1965-1969: [Donald Morton Walter] Assistant professor, religion, Davis and Elkins College, West Virginia
1965-1970: [J. Christy Wilson] Pastor of Visitation, First Presbyterian Church, Monrovia, California
1965-1973: [J. Christy Wilson] Resident, Duarte, California
1965-1986: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Chaplain, United States Air Force
1965-unknown: [James Whyte Clarke] Pastor emeritus, Second Church, Richmond, Virginia
1966: [Kenneth Sperber Gapp] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1966: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Bloomfield College
1966: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Sr.] Died, Lakeland, Florida, March 28
1966 January 20: [Alexander Mackie] Died, Philadelphia
1966 July 31: [Frederick William Loetscher] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1966-1967: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Warden, Iona Abbey, Argyll, Scotland
1966-1968: [David W. Danner] Assistant pastor, St. John's Church, Devon
1966-1968: [Robert Blackman Ives] Student, Harvard Divinity School
1966-1971: [Betty Le Fever Gibson] Teacher, Cynthia Warner School, Takoma Park, Maryland
1966-1972: [Eugene Carson Blake] General secratary, World Council of Churches, Geneva, Switzerland
1966-1983: [Richard Charles Redfield] Senior Pastor, Lake Burien Church, Seattle, Washington
1966-1983: [Richard C. Halverson] Chairman, Board of World Vision-U.S.
1967: [John B. Crowell] Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Bloomfield College
1967: [John M. Mulder] Graduated, Hope College, Michigan
1967-1968: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Minister, St. James Presbyterian Church of England, Bristol, England
1967-1968: [Robert James Clark] Stated supply, Delhi Church, Ohio
1967-1968: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1967-1969: [Robert James Clark] Student, University of Cincinnati
1967-1970: [John M. Mulder] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1967-1971: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Associate pastor, Pine Street Church, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
1967-1972: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Distinguished Professor of Church History, Vanderbilt Divinity School
1967-1973: [Douglas S. Bax] Pastor, St. Andrews Church, Cape Town
1967-1975: [Frederick W. Cassell] Pastor, St. Andrew Church, Denton, Texas
1967-1979: [Edwin Harold Rian] Assistant President, Princeton Theological Seminary
1967-1979: [John Rogers Wilcox] Pastor, Indianola Church, Columbus, Ohio
1967-1989: [Emily Frances Deeter] Director of Communications, Riverside Church
1967-unknown: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Pastor, Covenant Church, Atlanta, Georgia
1967-unknown: [William H. Bender] Pastor, Lower Valley Presbyterian Church, Califon, New Jersey
1968: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Relevance
1968: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Granted Master of Literature, Cambridge University
1968-1969: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Student, Master of Arts, Presbyterian School of Christian Education
1968-1969: [Robert James Clark] Lecturer, Sociology,University of Cincinnati
1968-1969: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Director, Tarkio College Study Center, London, England
1968-1970: [David W. Danner] Student, Master of Education, Temple University
1968-1970: [Robert A. Beringer] Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1968-1971: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Associate pastor, Presbyterian Church, Whittier
1968-1972: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Master of Sacred Theology, Lutheran Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania
1968-1973: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Assistant executive, Michigan Synod, Detroit
1968-1974: [David W. Danner] Teacher, Valley Forge Junior High School, Wayne
1968-1974: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Secretary and treasurer, Presbytery of Detroit
1968-1975: [Carl Robert Geider] Associate pastor, Presbyterian church, Elmhurst
1968-1976: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Senior Pastor, Riverside Church, New York, New York
1968-1979: [James Edwin Loder] Professor, Christian Education, Princeton Theological Seminary
1968-1980: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, Union Theological Seminary in New York City
1968-1988: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Senior pastor, Presbyterian Church, Tenafly
1968-1996: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Editor, Journal of Presbyterian History
1969: [Emily Frances Deeter] Graduated, Columbia University
1969: [John M. Mulder] Assistant editor, Theology Today
1969: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Collins Religious Book Award for Theological Science
1969: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Member, Academie Internationale des Sciences Religieuses
1969: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Graduated, Monmouth College
1969: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Student, Philadelphia Lutheran Seminary
1969 May 13: [Henry Dyer Moore Sherrerd] Died, Haddonfield, New Jersey
1969-1970: [Robert James Clark] Regional technician, United States Census
1969-1970: [George Washington Fleming Birch] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1969-1971: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Student, Master of Education, University of North Carolina
1969-1971: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Student, Master of Arts, University of Maine
1969-1974: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Student, Emory University
1969-1975: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Iowa
1969-1976: [Donald Morton Walter] Associate professor, religion, Davis and Elkins College
1970: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Loses leadership position and splits with the ACCC over a dispute regarding leadership style and militancy.
1970: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Author, Christian Manifesto
1970 November 2: [John M. Mulder] Ordained, Presbytery of Chicago
1970-1971: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Vice moderator of the Presbyterian Church
1970-1971: [Nancy L. Harris] Secretary, Seattle, Washington
1970-1974: [David W. Danner] Student, Doctor of Education, Temple University
1970-1974: [John M. Mulder] Student, Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University
1970-1975: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Director of worship and music, United Presbyterian Church of the United States of America and Presbyterian Church of the United States, Philadelphia and New York City
1970-1985: [Wallace N. Jamison] Dean, Illinois College, Jacksonville, Illinois
1971: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Shelton College loses its New Jersey state accreditation. McIntire acquires property in Cape Canaveral, Florida, and relocates Shelton College there.
1971: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Be yourself . . . And God's
1971: [Elmer George Homrighausen] World Council for Christian Education Conference: Lima, Peru
1971: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Taylor Lectures at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
1971: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Litt.D., Grove City College, Pennsylvania
1971 January 7: [William Oswald Yates] Died, Baltimore, Maryland
1971 June 2: [Mott Randolph Sawyers] Died, Iowa
1971-1974: [John M. Mulder] Assistant editor, Papers of Woodrow Wilson
1971-1980: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Assistant to the President, Whitworth College, Spokane, Washington
1971-1985: [Allan Alexander MacRae] President and Professor of Old Testament, Biblical Theological Seminary (Hatfield, Pennsylvania)
1971-1987: [Robert James Clark] Interim pastor, Presbytery of Cincinnati
1971-1997: [Robert Blackman Ives] Lecturer, Religion, Messiah College
1971-unknown: [Robert Blackman Ives] Assistant pastor, Tenth Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1972: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, How I Changed My Thinking About the Church; Manhood with Meaning
1972: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Retired
1972 June 3: [Frederick Alfred Aston] Died, Scarsdale, New York
1972-1973: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Citing violations of the FCC's "Fairness Doctrine" in its programming, WXUR loses its broadcasting license and is taken off the air. McIntire purchases an old Navy ship, names it "Radio Free America," and broadcasts from it off the coast of Cape May in September, 1973.
1972-1973: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Student, Princeton University
1972-1974: [James Muilenburg] Scholar in residence, Graduate Theological Union
1972-1976: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Distinguished Visiting Professor Emeritus, Stanford University
1972-1981: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] President, Academie Internationale des Sciences Religieuses
1972-1985: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Executive director, Contact Teleministries, USA Incorporated.
1973: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Retired
1973: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, God's Way Ocut of Futility
1973: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Student, Columbia Seminary
1973: [Wallace N. Jamison] Awarded Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Westminster College
1973: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Named Protopresbyter of the Greek Orthodox Church by the Patriarch of Alexandria
1973: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] L.H.D., Drury College, Pennsylvania
1973: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Author, Locked in Room with Open Doors; Author, Where Cross the Crowded Way
1973 April 8: [J. Christy Wilson] Died, Duarte, California; Interment at Live Oaks Cemetery, Monrovia, California.
1973 October 2: [Jesse Maxwell Corum] Died, Broomall, Pennsylvania
1973-1975: [Douglas S. Bax] Pastor, St. Andrews Church, Umtata, Transkei
1973-1975: [Douglas S. Bax] Lecturer, St. Bede's Theological College, South Africa
1973-1976: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1973-1980: [Glen Morris Johnson] Pastor, Willow Avenue Church, Joliet, Illinois
1973-1984: [Betty Le Fever Gibson] Teacher, middle school, Franklin, Pennsylvania
1973-1988: [Frederick M. Corum] Librarian, California State University, Fresno, California
1974: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Retired
1974: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, A Day at A Time
1974: [Emily Frances Deeter] Graduated, New York University
1974 May 10: [James Muilenburg] Died, Claremont, California
1974-1975: [John M. Mulder] Instructor, Princeton Theological Seminary
1974-1975: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1974-1978: [Nancy L. Harris] Executive secretary, St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
1974-1980: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Teacher and registrar, Barlow School
1974-1981: [David W. Danner] Associate professor, Presbyterian School for Christian Education, Richmond, Virginia
1974-1981: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Professor Emeritus, American Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1975: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Citing disagreements in religious philosophy, McIntire is expelled and deported by the government of Kenya during the 9th Congress of the ICCC in Nairobi.
1975: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Secretary for Evangelism, Conference of WCC in Nairobi, Kenya
1975-1976: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Visiting lecturer, Union Theological Seminary
1975-1978: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Controller, synod of south Atlanta, Georgia
1975-1979: [John M. Mulder] Assistant professor of American Church History, Princeton Theological Seminary
1975-1980: [Frederick W. Cassell] Pastor, Union Evangelical Church, Mexico City, Mexico
1975-1980: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Graduate student/liturgical consultant
1975-1980: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Pastor, Brown Memorial Church, Baltimore, Maryland
1975-1982: [Donald Roth Kocher] Pastor, Huguenot Memorial Church, Pelham, Pennsylvania
1975-1993: [Carl Robert Geider] Associate pastor, First Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan
1975-unknown: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Professor, Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana
1976: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Marion) Published biography of Paul Tillich, co-authored by Wilhelm Pauck
1976: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Member, Academie Internationale de Philosophie des Sciences
1976 February 15: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Ordained, Concord Presbytery, Presbyterian Church in the United States
1976 August 8: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Ordained, Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church
1976 September 6: [James Whyte Clarke] Died, Memphis, Tennessee
1976-1977: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Moderator of the Church of Scotland. Visited Orthodox Churches in Alexandria, Jerusalem and Constantinople
1976-1977: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Student, Master of Arts, Princeton Theological Seminary
1976-1981: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Minister at-large
1976-1985: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Teacher, Religious Studies, Lettisches Gymnasium, Münster, Germany
1976-1988: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Councilor, Career Development Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1976-unknown: [Douglas S. Bax] Lecturer, Rhodes University, Grahamstown
1976-unknown: [Donald Morton Walter] Professor, religion, Davis and Elkins College
1977: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, A Living Fellowship--A Dynamic Witness
1977-1978: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Intern, ministry, Modesto Church
1977-1980: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Associate academic dean, Franklin College
1977-1990: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Professor emeritus, history of religion, Princeton Theological Seminary
1978: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Templeton Foundation Prize for Progress in Religion
1978: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] L.H.D., Drury College; D.D., Albright College, Pennsylvania
1978-1982: [Carl Robert Geider] Student, Doctor of Ministry, McCormick Theological Seminary
1978-1982: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] State director, Wyoming minister for higher education
1978-1984: [Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel] Student, Master of Science, Millersville University, Pennsylvania
1978-1984: [Frederick W. Cassell] Student, Doctor of Ministry, San Francisco Theological Seminary
1978-1985: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Student, Westfalische Wilhelms University, Münster, Germany
1978-1987: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Secretary and vice-president, board pensions, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1979: [Carl Curtis McIntire] 20th Century Reformation Hour begins television version broadcasts on WGCB, Red Lion, Pennsylvania.
1979: [Stephen D. Hay] Graduated, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
1979: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
1979: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Retired from New College, University of Edinburgh
1979-1981: [John M. Mulder] Associate professor, Louisville Theological Seminary
1979-1981: [Stephen D. Hay] Missionary, the Netherlands and India
1979-1992: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Theological dialogue between Orthodox and Reformed Churches
1979-1993: [John Rogers Wilcox] Pastor, Central Church, Denver, Colorado
1979-1993: [Nancy L. Harris] Dean, School of Theology, Episcopal Diocese, Olympia
1979-2005: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Professor, Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
1980: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Somehow Inside Eternity
1980: [Harold Leslie Myers, Jr.] Retired, Columbus, Ohio
1980: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] L.L.D., Wartburg College, Iowa
1980-1982: [David Allan Weadon] Assistant organist, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
1980-1984: [Frederick W. Cassell] Pastor, First Church, LaGrange, Illinois
1980-1984: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Director of personnel, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
1980-1985: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Pastor, Lutheran Church, Bielefeld
1980-1987: [Glen Morris Johnson] Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Blue Grass, Iowa
1980-1989: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Teacher and registrar, Kildonan School
1980-1991: [Carl Curtis McIntire] The buildings in Cape May fall into disrepair due to lack of contributions, tax debts, and stricter building codes. They eventually cease operations by the early 1990s and are sold in bankruptcy.
1980-unknown: [James Ernest Aydelotte III] Senior executive, Rotary International, Illinois
1981: [Brevard S. Childs] Awarded honorary Doctorate of Theology, University of Aberdeen
1981: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Gospel for the Whole of Life
1981: [Richard C. Halverson] D.D. (Honorary) Gordon College
1981: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Wilhelm) Died, Palo Alto, California
1981: [Henry Snyder Gehman] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1981: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures, on Theology of Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed, Princeton Theological Seminary. Published as The Trinitarian Faith, 1988.
1981 June 4: [Émile Cailliet] Died, California
1981 November 19: [Lefferts Augustine Loetscher] Died
1981-1983: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Interim pastor, Westminster-Covenant Church, Scranton
1981-1987: [David W. Danner] Director, Introduction to Ministry Project Vocations Agency, United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, New York City
1981-1995: [Richard C. Halverson] Chaplain, United States Senate
1981-2002: [John M. Mulder] President and professor, Louisville Theological Seminary
1982: [Richard C. Halverson] L.H.S. (Honorary) Malone College
1982: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, The Timelessness of Jesus Christ; Walk With God Between Sundays
1982: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Payton Lectures at Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California
1982: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Fellow of the British Academy
1982: [Russell Martin Kerr] Retired
1982 January 4: [Elmer George Homrighausen] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1982 July 21: [John Bertram Phillips] Died, Swanage, England
1982-1985: [Stephen D. Hay] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1982-1985: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Chaplain, Long Beach Manor
1982-1985: [Eugene Carson Blake] Trustee emeritus, Princeton Theological Seminary
1982-1986: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Student, Doctor of Ministry, Lancaster Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania
1982-1986: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Student, Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry, Claremont Theological School
1982-1990: [Donald Roth Kocher] Associate pastor, Presbyterian Church, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
1982-1990: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Professor of Worship and Preaching, Garrett-Evangelical Seminary, Evanston, Illinois
1982-1995: [David Allan Weadon] C. F. Seabrook Director of Music and Lecturer, Princeton Theological Seminary
1982-2001: [James Edwin Loder] Mary D. Synnott Professor of the Philosophy of Christian Education
1983: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, Word of a Gentleman
1983: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Student, Educational Sciences, Seton Hall University
1983: [Charles R. Ehrhardt] Retired
1983: [Stacy Ikard] Graduated, Trinity University, Texas
1983: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Tarkio College
1983-1987: [Stacy Ikard] Student, Master of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1983-1987: [David Allan Weadon] Director, Glee Club and Chapel Choir, Princeton University
1983-1989: [James Iley McCord] Chancellor, Center for Theological Inquiry, Princeton, New Jersey
1984: [Carl Curtis McIntire] McIntire splits with the Bible Presbyterian Church, forming the Bible Presbyterian Church, Collingswood Synod.
1984: [Richard C. Halverson] Litt.D. (Honorary) Sterling College
1984: [John M. Mulder] Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Rhodes College, Tennessee
1984: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Published, The Meditation of Christ (revised edition published 1992)
1984 June: [Stephen D. Hay] Ordained deacon, United Methodist Church, Virginia Annual Conference
1984-1988: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] President, Mercersburg Society
1984-1988: [Nancy L. Harris] Director, Clergy Residency Program, School of Theology
1984-1990: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Director of personnel, Muhlenberg College, Allentown
1984-1994: [Betty Le Fever Gibson] Substitute teacher, Hempfield Area High School, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1984, 1986, 1994: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Travels in Sichuan Province, China
1984-1998: [Frederick W. Cassell] Vice-President Seminary Relations, Princeton Theological Seminary
1984-present: [Robert A. Beringer] Pastor, First Church, Metuchen
1985: [Wallace N. Jamison] Retired
1985 July 31: [Eugene Carson Blake] Died
1985-1987: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Interim pastor, Presbyterian Church, Old Greenwich, Connecticut
1985-1987: [Stephen D. Hay] Associate pastor, United Methodist Church, Fairfax, Virginia
1985-1987: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Vice-president, Fullerton Interfaith Emergency Services
1985-1995: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Williamsburg, Virginia
1985-1996: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Student, Doctor of Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary
1985-1997: [Horace Thaddeus Allen, Jr.] Professor of Worship, Boston University School of Theology
1985-1997: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Chancellor, Biblical Theological Seminary (Pennsylvania)
1985-unknown: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Community liason, Cornell Cooperative Extension, New York
1985-unknown: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Senior pastor, St. John's Church
1986: [James Iley McCord] Awarded the Templeton Prize
1986: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, No Greater Power
1987: [Richard C. Halverson] Author, We the People
1987: [Glen Morris Johnson] Retired
1987: [Robert Lyle Moreland] Retired
1987 June: [Stephen D. Hay] Ordained elder, United Methodist Church
1987 July 12: [Stacy Ikard] Ordained, Presbyterian Church of the United States, Grace Presbytery
1987 September 28: [Andrew Watterson Blackwood, Jr.] Died
1987-1990: [Stacy Ikard] Pastor, First Church, Richardson, Texas
1987-1990: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Minister of nurture, Bridgewater Church
1987-1991: [David W. Danner] Banking consultant, Philadelphia
1987-1991: [Stephen D. Hay] Pastor, Providence and White's Church, Lynchburg
1987-1992: [William Swan Plumer Bryan] Pastor, First Church, Asheville, North Carolina
1987-1993: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Pastor, Westminster Church, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
1987-1993: [David Allan Weadon] Organist and Choir Director, Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City
1987-1994: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Pulpit supply, Texas
1987-1997: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Librarian, Princeton Theological Seminary
1988: [Robert James Clark] Retired
1988: [Frederick M. Corum] Retired
1988: [Harry Eugene Chase, IV] Retired
1988-1990: [Stephen D. Hay] Student, Asbury Theological Seminary, Kentucky
1988-1996: [Fritz Traugott Kristbergs] Chaplain, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1989: [Virginia Carle Haaland] Retired
1989-1990: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Lecturer in Homiletics, Union Theological Seminary, New York, New York
1990: [Carl Curtis McIntire] The Christian Beacon Press files for bankruptcy.
1990: [Herbert Arthur Stocker] Retired
1990: [John M. Mulder] Honorary Doctor of Human Letters, Bellarmine College, Kentucky
1990: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Published, Karl Barth: Biblical and Evangelical Theologian
1990 February 19: [James Iley McCord] Died, Princeton Medical Center, Parkinson’s disease
1990 July 9: [Edward Jabra Jurji] Died, Jamesburg, New Jersey
1990-1992: [Mary Jeanette Ebenhack] Executive director, EcoJustice Project
1990-1996: [Robert A. Beringer] Summer pastor, Culver Lake Christ's Union Chapel, Branchville
1990-1997: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Resident, Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Home, Quarryville, Pennsylvania
1990-present: [Stacy Ikard] Co-pastor, John Knox Church, Florissant, Missouri
1991: [Donald Roth Kocher] Retired
1991: [William H. K. Narum] Retired
1991-1996: [Robert A. Beringer] Adjunct faculty member, Princeton Theological Seminary
1991-1996: [Stephen D. Hay] Program coordinator, United Methodist, district of Alexandria
1991-unknown: [David W. Danner] Director of organization development, Allegheny Foundation
1892 April 14: [Maitland Alexander] Ordained, Presbytery of Monmouth
1992: [Brevard S. Childs] Awarded honorary Doctorate of Theology, University of Glasgow
1992: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Wife Fairy Davis McIntire dies.
1992 March 27: [Hugh Thomson Kerr, Jr.] Died, Princeton, New Jersey
1993: [Carl Robert Geider] Retired
1993: [Nancy L. Harris] Retired
1993 March 19: [John Rogers Wilcox] Died, Denver, Colorado
1993 July 24: [Leonard J. Trinterud] Died, Walnut Creek, California
1994: [Paul Louis Lehmann] Died 27 February. Buried in Princeton, New Jersey.
1994 February 5: [Donald Ketchum Theobald] Died
1994 September 8: [Alexander Napier MacLeod] Died
1994-1996: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Interim pastor, First Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1994-1997: [Christian Hess Martin, Jr.] Chaplain, Air Force Village, San Antonio
1994-2005: [ James Franklin Armstrong] Dean of Academic Affairs
1995: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Carl McIntire marries Alice Goff.
1995: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Marion) Delivered Richardson Lecture at Union Theological Seminary
1995: [Neil MacGill Stevenson] Retired
1995 August 22: [Edwin Harold Rian] Died, San Diego, California
1995 November 28: [Richard C. Halverson] Died, Arlington, Virginia
1995 December 30: [David Allan Weadon] Died
1996: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Christian Beacon newspaper ceases publication.
1996: [Carl Curtis McIntire] McIntire is offered a pension to retire as pastor of the Collingswood Synod, but refuses. He is removed as pastor by the congregation. McIntire threatens a lawsuit, and continues holding services in his Collingswood home.
1996: [John M. Mulder] Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Hanover College, Indiana
1996: [John M. Mulder] Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Faculte de Theologie, France
1996: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Published, The Christian Doctrine of God
1996: [James Hutchinson Smylie] Retired
1996-1997: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Interim pastor, Central Church, Downingtown
1996-unknown: [Stephen D. Hay] Pastor, Dandridge Community Chapel
1997 February 1: [Richard Charles Redfield] Died, Seattle, Washington
1997 May 18: [John B. Crowell] Died
1997 September 27: [Allan Alexander MacRae] Quarryville, Pennsylvania
1997-unknown: [Robert E. Larson, Jr.] Interim pastor, Graystone Church, Indiana
1997-unknown: [Robert Blackman Ives] Adjunct professor, Religion, Messiah College
1998: [Russell Martin Kerr] Awarded Alumni Service Award, Davidson College
2000 May 23: [William H. K. Narum] Died, Northfield, Minnesota
2001: [Wilhelm Pauck] (Marion) Delivered lectures about Paul Tillich at Maximillian University
2001 November 9: [James Edwin Loder] Died
2002: [Carl Curtis McIntire] Carl McIntire dies on March 19.
2002: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Published, The Doctrine of Christ
2007: [Brevard S. Childs] Died
2007 December 2: [Thomas Forsyth Torrance] Died, Edinburgh
2010 July 9: [Ernest Thomas Campbell] Died, New York, New York
2010 July 10: [Frederick M. Corum] Died, West Union, Ohio
2010 October 9: [Wallace N. Jamison] Died, Jacksonville, Illinois