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Daniel Burghalter

Church official

Daniel Burghalter, American church official. Member Interdenominational Laymen’s Movement, speakers’ bureau, O., Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, 1913-1915, and on speakers’ team of same at 12 national convs.

Background

Burghalter, Daniel was born on October 16, 1867 in Geneva, Indiana, United States. Son of Christian and Mary (Hartman) Burghalter.

Education

Preparatory education, Mission House College, Plymouth, Wisconsin, 1886-1887. Bachelor of Arts, Heidelberg College, Tiffin, O., 1892, Doctor of Divinity, 1915. Graduate Heidelberg Theological Seminary, Tiffin, 1895.

Career

Ordained ministry Reformed Church in the United States, 1895. Home missionary, Lima, O., 1895-1896. Pastor Germantown, O., 1896-1898, Dayton, 1898-1901.

Editor Christian. World. 1901-1903; pastor Galion, O., 1903-1911. Field secretary Board of Foreign Missions Reformed Church in the United States, at Philadelphia, since 1911.

Professor missions, Heidelberg College, 1916-1924. Made inspection trip to Japan and China, 1910-1920. Retired from active ministry, 1935.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The History of The First Reformed Church of Galion, O., 1910. Dawning and Turning in Japan and China, 1923. The History of Central Ohio Classics, 1939.

Membership

Member Interdenominational Laymen’s Movement, speakers’ bureau, O., Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, 1913-1915, and on speakers’ team of same at 12 national convs.

Connections

Married Paulina T. Miller, June 19, 1895. Children: Calvin Miller (deceased), Joel Miller.

father:
Christian Burghalter

mother:
Mary (Hartman) Burghalter

spouse:
Paulina T. Miller

child:
Calvin Miller Burghalter (deceased)

child:
Joel Miller Burghalter