Feneberg, Johann Michael
Feneberg, Johann Michael a German Jesuit, was born February 9, 1751, at Oberndorf, in Switzerland. In 1773 he was professor at the gymnasium in Ingolstadt, in 1795 preacher at Seeg, in 1805 at Vohringen, near Elm, where he died, October 12, 1812.
Feneberg is the author of several hymns, which breathe an evangelical spirit, and are found in Fuchs, Sammlung Erbaulicher Lieder (Kempten. 1812). See Sailer, Aus Fenebergs Leben (Munich, 1814); Koch, Geschichte des deutschen Kirchenliedes, 6:553 sq. (B.P.)