Schock, James L, Dd

Schock, James L., D.D.

a Lutheran minister, was born in Berks County, Pennsylvania, March 16, 1816. He graduated from Pennsylvania College in 1839, after which he was a tutor there, and for a short time studied at the Gettysburg Theological Seminary. In 1841 he was licensed to preach, and that year was pastor in Reading, Pennsylvania. For a time he preached in Chambersburg, and in 1852 became pastor of St. James's Church, New York city. He disappeared mysteriously during a mental disturbance, as a result of impaired physical health, October 29, 1865. See Pennsylvania College Yearbook, 1882, page 208.

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