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McKnightstown, Pa., April, 3, 1843; graduated at Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, in 1865, and at the Theological Seminary there in 1867. He served in the Union army from 1862 till the close of the war. In 1867-70 he was pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, in Newville, Pa.; in 1872-80 of St. Paul's Church in Easton, Pa.; in 1880-84 of the first English Lutheran Church in Cincinnati. In the latter year he became president of Pennsylvania College. In 1889-91 he was president of the General Synod of the Lutheran Church of the United States.  He established the Pennsylvania Chautauqua.
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