Leinbach, Thomas Hartman

Leinbach, Thomas Hartman an earnest and successful minister of the German Reformed Church, was born in Berks County, Pennsylvania, January 18, 1802. He studied privately under the Reverend Dr. F.L. Herman; was licensed and ordained in 1822. After serving for several years a few congregations, located partly in Lancaster and partly in Berks County, he accepted a call from the Tulpehocken charge, where he concluded his long and useful ministry, March 31, 1864. Father Leinbach was celebrated as a "catechist," which eminently fitted him for the particular field to which he was called. He was besides a very able, earnest, and effective preacher; and a most conscientious and successful pastor. See Harbaugh, Fathers of the Germ. Ref. Church, 4:175. (D.Y.H.)

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