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Schick, Georg

(February 25, 1831–January 3, 1915). B. Homburg vor der Höhe, Hessen-Homburg, Ger.; educ. Erlangen, Berlin, Heidelberg, Paris; private tutor Leschnian, near Neuenburg and Marienwerder, Poland; asst. pastor Frankfurt am Main and vicar Kaiserslautern; differed with unionistic policy at Frankfurt; to Am. 1854; joined Mo. Syn. 1854; pastor Chicago, Illinois, 1854; prof. ancient languages Conc. Coll., St. Louis, Missouri, 1856, first as conrector, later rector; moved with the school to Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1861; resigned 1914.

L. E. Fuerbringer, “Rector George Schick,” 80 Eventful Years (St. Louis, 1944), pp. 41–54.

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