(September 6, 1777February 20, 1853). B. Neusalz, Silesia; educ. in Moravian schools; to Am. 1800; taught Lat., Gk., and theol. in Moravian school, Nazareth, Pennsylvania, 180009; ordained Luth. pastor 1809 by New York Ministerium (see United Lutheran Church in America, The, Synods of, 15); pastor in Hunterdon and Morris Cos., New Jersey, 180915; prof. Hartwick* Sem. 181530, Gettysburg* Sem. 183033, Classical and Theol. Institute of the Syn. of South Carolina (see United Lutheran Church in America, The, Synods of, 27), Lexington, 183453. Works include Materials for Catechisation on Passages of the Scripture; History of the American Lutheran Church from Its Commencement in the Year of Our Lord 1685, to the Year 1842.
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