Eyster, Michael

Eyster, Michael a minister of the Lutheran Church, was born in York County, Pennsylvania, May 16, 1814. He was principally educated at the institutions in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and was licensed to preach the Gospel in 1838. He labored in the ministry successively at Williamsburg, Greencastle, and Greensburg with great acceptance and success. He died August 12, 1853. He, was a man of rare promise, and, although comparatively young, had gained a strong hold upon the affections of the Church. In the pulpit his power over an audience was very great. He usually made a deep and an abiding impression. There was an originality and a freshness in his discourses not always found at the present day. (AM.L.S.)

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