Croll, Alfred De Long

Croll, Alfred De Long a Lutheran minister, was born in Berks County, Pennsylvania, June 25, 1838. He studied at Kutztown, at Reading, and at Freeland seminary; graduated in 1862 from Gettysburg Theological Seminary; in 1863 was ordained by the Ministerium of Pennsylvania, and took charge of a congregation near Lykens. After several years he united with the Synod of East Pennyslvania, resigned his charge, organized new congregations at Lyons, Millerstown, Hereford, and Pleasantville, also acting as pastor at Mohrsville with extraordinary success. He died at Lyons, June 19, 1876. See Lutheran Observer, July 7, 1876.

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