(180479). B. Olvenstedt, near Magdeburg, Ger.; studied theol. at Halle; pastor St. Andreas, Erfurt; imprisoned twice for refusal to use official Agenda (opposed its Ref. tendencies); permitted to emigrate with mems. of congs. at Erfurt, Magdeburg, and elsewhere; to Am. 1839; settled at Buffalo, New York; pastor there ca. 40 yrs.; founded Martin Luther Coll., Buffalo, New York, and The Syn. of the Luth. Ch. Emigrated from Prussia (see Buffalo Synod). Ed. Die Wachende Kirche.
J. A. Grabau, Lebenslauf des Ehrwürdigen J. An. A. Grabau (Buffalo, New York, 1879).
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