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us: Miller, Johann Martin, 1750-1814


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    • us: Miller, J. M., 1750-1814
    • us: Miller, M., 1750-1814
    • us: Millerum, Joannes Martinus, 1750-1814
    • us: Millerus, Johannes Martinus, 1750-1814
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        17501203
    • Death Date

        18140621
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Jungingen (Ulm, Germany)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Ulm (Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Ulm (Germany)
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Theology
          (lcsh) Poetry
            (lcsh) Teaching
              (lcsh) Freemasonry
            • Occupation

                (lcsh) Theologians
                  (lcsh) Poets
                    (lcsh) Teachers
                • Sources

                  • found: His Sigevart, a tale, 1799 (name not given)
                  • found: Eighteenth-century British books an author union catalogue, 1981 (Miller, Johann Martin, the Younger)
                  • found: His Liederton und Triller, [2014]: title page (Johann Martin Miller) back cover flap (dates: 1750-1814)
                  • found: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online, Feb. 20, 2015 (access point: Miller, Johann Martin; other access points: Miller, Johannes Martin; Millerum, Joannes Martinus; Millerus, Johannes Martinus; Miller, J. M.; Miller, M.; dates: 1750-1814; born, Jungingen (Ulm); died, Ulm; author, preacher, gymnasial teacher, theologian; German poet and theologian)
                  • found: German Wikipedia, Feb. 20, 2015: "Johann Martin Miller" (Johann Martin Miller; born Dec. 3, 1750 in Jungingen; died June 21, 1814 in Ulm; German theologian and poet; studied U. Göttingen, and cofounder of the Göttinger Hainbundes, a poetry society; returning to his home city, he held several positions as clergyman and school teacher; elected to the Masonic lodge Zum goldenen Zirkel in Göttingen, and elevated in the Zur goldenen Kugel lodge in Hamburg, he also was appointed speaker in the Asträa lodge in Ulm)
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