(July 23, 1848August 18, 1930). Luth. cleric; b. Vedelshave, near Middelfart, on Fyn (Fyen; Fünen) Is., Den.; attended Ryslinge Mission School, near Ringe, on Fyn; sent to US 1871 as miss. among Danes by The Society* for the Propagation of the Gospel Among the Danes in N. Am.; educ. Augsburg* Sem., Marshall, Wisconsin Helped organize Kirkelig Missionsforening 1872 (see Danish Lutherans in America, 3). Pastor Waupaca, Wisconsin, 187278; Perth Amboy, New Jersey, from June 1878 (also immigrant missionary Castle Garden (at the Battery) and later on Ellis Is., New York; moved to Brooklyn, New York, September 1878 and began serving also the Dan. Seamen's Miss.; also served a cong. at Lansingburgh, New York Works include writings on Dan. ch. hist. See also Immigrant and Emigrant Missions.
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