Meinhold, Johann Wilhelm
Meinhold, Johann Wilhelm a German theologian, was born Feb. 27, 1797, at Netzelkow, on the isle of Usedom, and was educated at Greifswalde. In 1820 he was appointed rector of the school at Usedom, and soon after minister at Koserow, near the Baltic; in 1826 at Krummin, and in 1844 at Rehwinkel, near Stargard. He resigned this position in 1850, and joined the Roman Catholic confession. He died in 1851 at Charlottenburg. He published Athanasia oder die Verklarung Friedrich Wilhelm III (1844): — Die babylonische Sprachen und Ideenverwirrung der modernen Presse (Leips. 1848). His works were collected and published at Leipsic (1846-52), entitled Gesammelte Schriften.