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HUTTER, Edwin Wilson, clergyman, born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, 12 September, 1818; died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 21 September, 1873. At the age of seventeen his father died, leaving him the editor and sole proprietor of two newspapers in Allentown, one published in English and the other in German. Subsequently he removed to Harrisburg, where he had charge of another newspaper. For some time he resided in Lancaster, after which he was private secretary to James Buchanan, when the latter was secretary of state. He then studied for the ministry in Baltimore, and was called to St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran church, Philadelphia, where he remained till his death. He was a firm adherent of the government during the civil war, and was actively interested in the Northern home for friendless children, of which he was a trustee.
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