Albert, John E

Albert, John E.

a German Reformed minister, was born in the latter part of the 18th century. He was licensed to preach, probably, during the year 1818; was ordained in 1820, and had charge of three congregations in Pennsylvania. On account of ill-health he resigned his charge in 1832; after which time he lived in retirement at the York Springs, Adams Co., where he died in 1856. He was a very pious man. "The service he rendered his Master must have been a cheerful and pleasant one, since he always, until the day of his death, spoke of the ministry as a subject very dear to his recollection." See Harbaugh. Fathers of the Germ. Ref. Church, 4, 122.

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