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Hoffmann, Francis Arnold

(June 5, 1822–January 23, 1903). B. Herford, Kreis Minden, Westphalia, Prussia; to Chicago, Illinois, 1840; taught school at Addison 1840; prepared for ministry probably under F. Schmid* in Michigan; pastor Addison till 1847, Schaumburg 1847–51; helped give Luth. character to several Ger. congs. in N Illinois; ordained E. Eielsen*; joined Missouri* Syn. 1849; resigned from ministry 1851 because of illness; lawyer; banker; statesman; cofounder Rep. party; It. gov. Illinois 1861–65; retired from pub. life 1875; agricultural writer and ed. under pseudonym Hans Buschbauer; ed. Haus- und Bauernfreund.

K. Kretzmann, “Francis Arnold Hoffmann,” CHIQ, XVIII (July 1945), 37–54.


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