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Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
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Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
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Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
Nazareth, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): entry hazelius-ernest-lewis
Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
Ernest Lewis Hazelius (search for this): entry hazelius-ernest-lewis
Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
September 6th, 1777 AD (search for this): entry hazelius-ernest-lewis
Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
Hazelius, Ernest Lewis 1777-1853 Clergyman; born in Silesia, Prussia, Sept. 6, 1777; was reared in the Moravian faith, and later became a minister in that Church. In 1800 he accepted a professorship at the Moravian Seminary in Nazareth, Pa. In 1809, however, he joined the Lutheran Church; in 1815 became Professor of Theology in the Hartwick Seminary, and remained there for fifteen years. He published a History of the Lutheran Church in America, etc. He died in South Carolina, Feb. 20, 1853.
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