Mielk, Johann Bertram
Mielk, Johann Bertram a German theologian, was born at Kiel March 24, 1736, where he was also educated. In 1758 the dignity of master of arts was conferred upon him as a reward for the defense of his dissertation "De divisione in infinitum." In 1768 he was appointed deacon at Neustadt, in Holstein: in 1771, second minister at the Fleckenkirche at Preetz, and in 1784 chief minister at Oldenslohe, where he died June 14, 1801. He was very much renowned as editor of Beitrage zur Beforderung der hauslichen Andacht it Predigten (1777-83). He deserves also much credit for his translation of Millot's Universal History.