Keller, Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg

Keller, Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg the son of Benjamin Keller, was born in Carlisle, Pa., April 19,1819; he graduated at Pennsylvania College in 1838, and studied theology at the seminary in Gettysburg. For a brief season he engaged in the work of teaching at Waynesborough, Pa., but was licensed to preach in 1842; and having received a unanimous call to Trinity Church, Reading, Pa., he immediately entered upon the duties assigned him as an assistant to Rev. Dr. Miller. On the death of Dr. Miller in 1850, St. James's Church was organized, of which he became pastor. This congregation, with others in the vicinity, he continued to serve with a fidelity and a diligence that never faltered, till his death, March 18,1864. (M. L. S.)

Topical Outlines Nave's Bible Topics International Standard Bible Encyclopedia Online King James Bible King James Dictionary

Verse reference tagging and popups powered by VerseClick™.