Born: May 19, 1834, Mey­ers Mills (now Mey­ers­dale), Penn­syl­van­ia.

Baptized: June 16, 1855, by El­der Ja­cob Blough, in the church he lat­er served as pas­tor.

Died: June 19, 1918, Mey­ers­dale, Penn­syl­van­ia.

Buried: Uni­on Ce­me­te­ry, Mey­ers­dale, Penn­syl­van­ia.



Conrad was the son of Gil­li­an Chris­tian Lint and Eli­za­beth Hochstetler, and hus­band of Ca­tha­rine Eli­za­beth Flickinger.

In his ear­ly years, he worked as a black­smith. He was al­so the first jus­tice of the peace in Sum­mit town­ship for 14 years.

On June 16, 1855, the day of his bap­tism, Lint was made a dea­con of the lo­cal con­gre­ga­tion of the Ger­man Bap­tist Breth­ren church in Mey­ers­dale, Penn­syl­van­ia, unu­su­al for such a new mem­ber.

On June 24, 1855, eight days af­ter his bap­tism, he was ad­mit­ted to the min­is­try.

At the time he en­tered the min­is­try, he had been teach­ing vo­cal mu­sic, but had to dis­con­tinue the class­es due to his new pas­tor­al duties.

He served as pas­tor of the church where was bap­tized for 50 years. In 1865, he be­came bi­shop of his church’s dis­trict.