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GULDIN, John C., clergyman, born in Bucks county, Pennsylvania, in 1799; died in New York city in 1863. He studied theology under Herman, and it is supposed that he was licensed to preach in 1820. Mr. Guldin was known as the "Apostle to the Germans." From 1820 till 1842 he preached in the counties of Chester, Montgomery, and Franklin, Pennsylvania, removed to New York in 1842, and was pastor of a congregation, and general missionary to the Germans. He superintended the German publications of the American tract society, and was the chief editor of the hymnbook that has since been adopted by the Presbyterian church for the use of its German congregations.
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