William Julius Mann (1819-1892) was a united states Lutheran theologian and author, born in Stuttgart, Germany. He studied there and also at Tubingen and it was ordained in 1841. 3 years later he found the U . s . States with Dr. Philip Schaff and moved in Philadelphia. There he was assistant pastor (1850-1863) and pastor (1863-1884) of St. Michael’s and Zion’s Church. From the establishment in 1864 almost to his dying he was professor of symbolics in the Lutheran Theological Seminary. With Dr. Schaff he edited Der deutsche Kirchenfreund. His daughter, Emma T. Mann, authored his Existence, (Philadelphia, 1893). His publications include: