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Bernheim, Gotthardt Dellman

(November 8, 1827–October 25, 1916). B Prussia; to Am. 1831; grad. Luth. Sem., Lexington, SC, 1849. Pastor Charleston, SC, 1850–58; near Concord, North Carolina, 1858–60. Founded a female school Mount Pleasant, North Carolina; it later became Mont Amoena Female Sem. Pastor Phillipsburg, New Jersey, 1883–93; Wilmington, North Carolina, 1893–95. Instructor Elizabeth Coll., Charlotte, North Carolina Ed. At Home and Abroad 1881–88. Works include The Success of God's Work; History of the German Settlements and of the Lutheran Church of North and South Carolina; Localities of the Reformation; The First Twenty Years of the History of St. Paul's Church, Wilmington.


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