- Frederick Augustus Conrad,1750–1801, U.S. clergyman and statesman: first Speaker of the House 1789–91, 1793–95.
- his fatherHenry Mel·chi·or [mel-kee-awr] /ˈmɛl kiˌɔr/, 1711–87, American Lutheran clergyman, born in Germany.
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In Africa it is supporting two women missionaries at Muhlenberg, Liberia.
Muhlenberg was naturalized in 1754 as a subject of Great Britain.Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II
“Let us have an understanding about this,” said the dying Muhlenberg.The Story of Our Hymns
Ernest Edwin Ryden
The Chairman, Mr. Muhlenberg, to give an opportunity further to consider the resolution, voted for it.Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856, Vol. I (of 16)
Thomas Hart Benton
These plans, alluded to in the Muhlenberg letter, are printed in Mr. Gallatins Writings.The Life of Albert Gallatin