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HORN, Edward Traill, clergyman, born in Easton, Pennsylvania, 10 June, 1850. He was graduated at Pennsylvania college, Gettysburg, in 1869, and at the Philadelphia theological seminary in 1872; became pastor of Christ (Lutheran) church at Chestnut hill, Philadelphia, in 18'72, and in 1876 of St. John's (Lutheran) church, Charleston, South Carolina, where he still (1887) remains. Mr. Horn took an active part in the work of effecting a union of the Lutheran synods in the south. He is known on account of his labors in the interest of liturgics, a subject on which he is an authority. He is now (1887) an active member of the committee on a common service for all English-speaking Lutherans. The degree of D. D. was conferred upon him by Roanoke in 1887 and by Newberry. He is the author of "The Christian Year" (1876); "History of St. John's, Charleston, from 1734 till 1886" (1886); and "The Evangelical Pastor" (1887); besides articles in "The Lutheran Church Review" and other periodicals.
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