(Karl Fricke; July 13, 1824June 5, 1905). B. Brunswick, Ger.; through influence of F. C. D. Wyneken,* he studied theol. under W. Sihler*; grad. Luth. Nothelferseminar (emergency sem.), Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1847; present at the organization meeting of the Mo. Syn. 1847 (see Lutheran ChurchMissouri Synod, The, I 8); commissioned May 6, 1847, Mo. Syn. traveling miss. to Luth. settlements in the Midwest (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin) that had no pastor; ordained Fort Wayne, Indiana, November 7, 1847; pastor White Creek, Indiana, November 1847, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1851, Baltimore, Maryland, 1868.
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