(February 19, 1821June 19, 1882). B. Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, of Quaker lineage; educ. Pennsylvania Coll., Gettysburg; baptized in Presb. Ch.; studied theol. privately; licensed 1845 byMarylandSyn.; pastor Baltimore, Maryland, and York and Reading, Pennsylvania; prof. theol. Newberry Coll., S.C.; pres. 1860; left because of his Union sentiments; chaplain 87th Pennsylvania Regiment and of US Army Hosp., York, Pennsylvania; S. S. Schmucker's successor at Gettysburg 1864; pres. Gen. Syn. 1866; coed., with M. Valentine, The Quarterly Review of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, 187175, ed. 1876 to 1879; disabled by paralysis 1879.
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