Martin Boehm Edit Profile
Then one day, after many months of prayer and meditation he had an epiphany. After this, Martin preached with confidence and fervor. In 1791, Boehm donated land to the Methodists to build some type of religious buildings.
That same year a church was built and named Boehm's Chapel. They first met on May 10, 1767, in a Great Meeting held at Long's Barn in Lancaster, Pa. He is believed to be a descendent of Jakob Boehme.
Martin Boehm died on March 23, 1812. Bishop Francis Asbury and Henry Boehm conducted a memorial service for Boehm on April 5, 1812.
Married Eve Steiner, 1753.