1883-01-05; Paper: Philadelphia Inquirer
"KRAUTH - On the 2d instant, Rev. CHARLES P. KRAUTH, D. D., LL.D
Funeral services will be held at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fifteenth above Poplar, this afternoon, at 1 o'clock."
Born Matinsburg, VA (now WVA), son of Dr. Charles Philip Krauth. He served congregations in Balrimore, Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, St. Thomas in the Virgin Island, and Pittsburgh, PA, before coming to Philadelphia. He married Susan Reynolds in 1844. She died 1853 and he married second Virginia Baker in 1855. Five children.
He published over a hundred theological works.
Lutheran pastor, theologian, educator and author
Leader in the establishment of Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and of the General Council of the Lutheran Church
Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania (1868-1883)
Vice Provost, University of Penna. (1873-1882)
Trustee, University of Pennsylvania (1865-1868
1883-01-06; Paper: Philadelphia Inquirer
Funeral of Rev. Krauth, Vice Provost of the University
The funeral of Rev. Charles Porterfield Krauth, D. D., Vice Provost of the University of Pennsylvania, took place at noon yesterday, services being held in St. John's Lutheran Church, Fifteenth street below Poplar. The sacred edifice was thronged. The interior was draped in mourning, and a cross of white roses and immortelles was placed in the pulpit directly in front of the casket. Among those present were the trustees, faculty and students of the University, the latter numbering one hundred and fifty: the directors, faculty and students of the Lutheran Theological Seminary and a large number of different denominations.
The services were short, but impressive, were conducted in English and German. The scriptures were read by Rev. D. Sadtler, of Muhlenberg College, and prayer was offered by Rev. G. F. Krotel, of Trinity Church, New York; Rev. H. Graham, of the Immanuel Church; Rev. Dr. Sides, of Broad and Arch streets. The English address was made by Rev. C. W. Schaeffer, and the German address by Rev. Dr. Mann. The services being over, the cortege proceeded to Laurel Hill Cemetery, where the services were conducted by Rev. Dr. B. M. Schumacker. The pall bearers were Dr. H. H. Furness, Wharton Barker, Prof. Kendall, Prof. Jackson, Thomas H. Lane, of Pittsburg, J. R. Shyrock, Henry Beats and Reuben B. Miller."
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