Quitman, Frederick Henry, Dd
Quitman, Frederick Henry, D.D.
an eminent American divine of the Lutheran Church, was born in 1760, and after studying theology at home and abroad became pastor at Rhinebeck, on the Hudson, and greatly distinguished himself in the pulpit and the press. He died in 1832. Among his noteworthy publications are a Treatise on Magic (1810): — Evangelical Catechism (1814): — Hymn-book of the
Synod of New York (1817). See Evangel. Rev. Oct. 1858, p. 186; Sprague, Annals of the American Pulpit, 9:115 sq.