Wack, John J

Wack, John. J.

an American minister of the German Reformed Church whose churches finally joined the Dutch communion, was born in Philadelphia, June 14, 1774, and studied theology with his brother, Casper Wack. He was pastor at Amwell, N. J., from 1798 to 1803; supplied Knowlton and Hardwick from 1798 to 1805; pastor at Canajoharie and Stone Arabia, N. Y., from 1803 to 1814; suspended on account of intemperance in 1816; preached as an independent at Canajoharie and Stone Arabia from 1816 to 1827; also preached in the independent Church of Tillaborough for several years. He died at Ephratah, N.Y., May 26, 1851. See, Coarwil, Manual of the Ref. Church in America, s.v.

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