Arentius, Bernardus

Arentius, Bernardus

(Bernard Arint), a Lutheran minister, was one of the earliest clergymen of his denomination in New York city, succeeding the Rev. Jacob Fabritius as pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, at the south-west corner of Broadway and Rector Street. This church was erected in 1671, and was built of logs. Mr. Arentius became its pastor about the year 1700, the services being held in the Low Dutch language. The date of his death is unknown.' See Quar. Rev. of Evang. Luth. Church, 7:272.

 
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