Keller, Emanuel

Keller, Emanuel a Lutheran minister, was born at Harrisburg, Pa., Sept. 30, 1801. Blessed with pious and faithful parents, his thoughts and desires were early turned to the Christian ministry. His classical studies were pursued at Dickinson College, Carlisle, and the study of divinity under the instruction of his pastor, Rev. Dr. Geo. Lochman. In 1826 he was inducted into the sacred office. He labored in the ministry successively at Manchester, Md., and Mechanicsburg, Pa.; at the latter place he died, April 11, 1837. In his death the Church mourned for one of her most useful and devoted ministers. Through his direct and personal instrumentality a large number of individuals were introduced into the ministry. (M. L. S.)

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