Emmerich, Frederic Charles Timothee
Emmerich, Frederic Charles Timothee a French theologian, was born at Strasburg, February 25, 1786. After a journey through Germany he went to Paris, and on his return to Strasburg in 1809 was appointed superior of the College of St. Thomas; and professor of ancient languages in the gymnasium, whence he was transferred in 1812 to the Protestant school, and to the theological faculty in 1819. He died June 1, 1820, leaving, De Evangeliis secundum Hebraeos, Egypteos atque Justinuni Martyrem: — Choix de Sermons (1824). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.