Bohme, Charles Lewis
Bohme, Charles Lewis a German Reformed minister, arrived in the United States in February, 1771. He was located in the congregation at Lancaster, Pa., on trial; and being successful he was retained until July, 1775, when he went to Hanover. There he remained until 1781, and then accepted a call from Baltimore. While there he became physically unable to perform his duties as a minister, and was compelled to resign. He was poor, and dependent on his friends and church members for aid. The Church and the fathers in Holland contributed much to his relief. When he died is unknown. See Harbaugh, Fathers of the Germ. Ref. Church, 2, 391.