(Odo [or Udo] of Châtillon-sur-Marne; ca. 104299). B. probably Châtillon-sur-Marne, N Fr.; archdeacon Reims 1064; monk, later prior, Cluny*; cardinal bp. Ostia ca. 1080; legate to Ger. in the 1080s; pope 108899. See also Crusades, 1; Clermont, Council of.
(17281806). Son of S. Urlsperger*; b. Augsburg, Ger.; educ. Tübingen and Halle; pastor Augsburg; resigned 1776 because of ill health; founded Deutsche Christentumsgesellschaft* 1780. Engaged in intensive study of the doctrine of the Trinity. Controversialist.
(16851772). Father of J. A. Urlsperger*; b. Kirchheim unter Teck; educ. Tübingen; influenced by A. H. Francke*; pastor Augsburg; friend of P. J. Spener*; helped introd. Pietism in Augsburg; agent for Salzburger colony in Georgia (see Salzburgers, Banishment of).
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