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Biography of William Rupp

Who's Who in Pennsylvania
Edited by Lewis R. Hamersly; First Edition, 1904
Page 644

RUPP, William: Educator; Professor Practical Theology, Theological Seminary Reformed Church in the United States; born at Lowhill, Pa., April 17, 1839; son of Solomon and Maria Rupp; was graduated from Franklin and Marshall College, 1862, and received degrees of A. M. and D. D.; was graduated from Theological Seminary, Mercersburg, Pa., 1864. Married, Nov. 16, 1865, to Emma A. Hambright. Ordained to ministry of Reformed Church in the United States, Feb. 6, 1865; served charges at St. Clair, Schuylkill County, Pa., 1865-1866; Berlin, Somerset County. Pa., 1867-1877; Manchester, Md., 1877-1888; Meyersdale, Somerset County. Pa., 1888-1893. Regular contributor to Mercersburg Review; assistant editor Reformed Church Quarterly Review; editor of Reformed Church Review. Address. 602 W. James St., Lancaster, Pa.

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