Wagner, Daniel a German Reformed minister, was born in the duchy of Nassau in 1750, and brought to this country by his parents when only two years of age. He studied the classics under Rev. John D. Gross, of New York city, and theology under Rev. William Hendel, of Lancaster, Pa. He was licensed by the German Coetus in 1771; preached at Kreutz Creek, Pa., 1771-74; York and other places, 1774-86; Tulpehocken, Heidelberg, Bern, Berg, Summerberg, 1786-93; York, 1793-1802; and Frederick, Md., 1802-10, where he died, in 1810. See Harbaugh, Lives of Fathers of the Germ. Ref. Church, 2, 229 sq.