Schwartz

John G. Schwartz: A Biographical Sketch

It is seldom that the church is called to mourn the premature death of one, so highly gifted as the subject of the present sketch. He was a young man of rare attainments and extraordinary promise. Endeared to all by his talents, his virtues and his piety, he was taken away in the morning of life, and from a scene of active and useful exertion. Semper honos nomenque tuum, laudesque manebunt.