Life of John Gano 1727-1804

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In this new and greatly expanded volume, incorporating a completely revised and corrected edition of the author's 1998 book, The Life and Ministry of John Gano, 1727-1804, the story of this leading evangelical figure of the eighteenth century is related in greater depth, utilizing a number of previously untapped sources. This large volume presents in detail Gano's ancestry, early life, conversion experience and subsequent ministry at Morristown, New Jersey, the Jersey Settlement in North Carolina, Philadelphia, New York, his chaplaincy with the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War and his final years of ministry in Kentucky.


Twelve appendixes cover information on John Gano's children, sermons, land deeds, diary and expense account for 1773-1774 and will, as well as a 30-page discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of the Gano family evidence on the baptism of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War, as presented by descendants and L. C. Barnes in a controversial 1926 paper. 704 pages, including over 35 illustrations (three in color), four maps and extensive indexes of persons, subjects and churches.

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