1 edition of One hundred twenty-five years of Lutherans in Greenock, Pennsylvania. found in the catalog.
One hundred twenty-five years of Lutherans in Greenock, Pennsylvania.
|Other titles||125 years of Lutherans in Greenock, Pennsylvania., One hundred twenty-five years of Lutherans in Greenock, 1858-1983.|
|LC Classifications||BX8076.G74 P326 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||87400726|
The records, which begin with that year, do not mention the name of the minister who organized it. At this early date the congregation had no house of worship; but, according to the records, it was resolved during the year to build a schoolhouse, which was to be the common property of the Reformed and Lutheran congregations. Neuware - Church Book for the Use of Evangelical Lutheran Congregations is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans Elektronisches Buch is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.
One hundred and twenty five bushels of corn $ ½ One yoke of steers and chain $ One Waggon $ Two colts $ One Mare $ One plow Fourteen Geese $ Novem $ [total] $½ The herd Ammounting to $ from History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, p. Samuel Sells, a son of Ludwick Sells, settled in Franklinton in In he moved to Washington township, and settled a mile west of the present village of Dublin, on Indian Run. A large body of Indians numbering about one hundred and fifty, were encamped on his land, it being a favorite ground for them.
The Indians of Berks County, Pa. Lutheran ministers of Berks County; Mennonite Church of Boyertown, Pa. One hundred and twenty-five years of pig iron manufacture at Robesonia, Pennsylvania; The Passmore pottery, ; Political handbook of Berks County, Pennsylvania, ; Quarto-centennial history of Grace Lutheran Church, Reading. History 16 Registers of births, etc 10 Mennonite 8 Moravians 7 Reformed Churches 7 Lutherans in Lehigh County, Pa 5 Streets 5 Clergy 4 Cemeteries 3 Churches 3 Dunkard 3 Religious life 3 Church records 2 German Americans 2 Germans 2 Lutheran Church 2 Lutherans 2 Moravian 2 N.S.D.A.R. 2 Pennsylvania Dutch 2 Quakers 2 Reformed (Rev. Paul Wicke Yoh.
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Co., Pa: An Historical Discourse Delivered At The One Hundred And Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Congregation [New Holland (Pa.). Evangelical Lutheran, John W. Hassler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before A History of the Lutheran Church in Pennsylvania, From the Original Sources Theodore Emanuel Schmauk General Council Publication House, - Lutheran Church.
This is a book that has had a long gestational period. I have been working in the religious-history field for over twenty-five years, and the standard history of American Lutheranism,The Lutherans in North America, edited by E.
Clifford Nelson, was already fifteen years old when I began my own study on the the past few years, as I have been teaching this history to. Life Among the Lutherans is a collection of stories by Garrison Keillor. They were written over a number of years - some come from Lake Woebegone Days while some are significantly more recent.
All of the stories deal with the people of Lake Woebegone and more often than not, something that involves Pastor Ingqvist or the Lutheran Church/5. St. Michael’s Evangelical Lutheran congregation, located at Pine Hill, Brother’s Valley township, has always been a part of the Berlin charge.
The earliest record we have of this congregation is a book containing names of communicants, beginning with the year The first list of names numbers sixty. The Hout Family for Two Hundred and Twenty-seven Years, Ten Generations, to Johann Georg Haudt, Anglicized to John George Hout; His Four Sons, Jacob, Peter, George Michael, Rudolph, and Their Descendants, Berkeley County, Virginia, Now in West Virginia5/5(2).
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When but nineteen years of age he and his brother Frank A. commenced farming for themselves, on the farm now owned by Frank A., and the two were partners on the homestead farm for nine years. In he came to his present farm at Five Points. For nearly one hundred years this farm belonged to the Fishers.
One–hundred–twenty–six individuals on the tax list—almost 30 percent of all taxables—had rented pews in the Lutheran church. Fifty–eight Lutheran, Reformed, and Anglican men were elected to church offices (trustee, elder, deacon, warden, Author: Mark Häberlein. Celebrating Years Of God's Work St.
James Evangelical Lutheran Church, Geigertown, Pa [St. James Church] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : St. James Church. (Read Judge Dean's address on the History of Blair County, Chapter XIV, of this book.) One of the chapters of this book tells about their schools and how from these rude beginnings, a most marvellous system of public education has grown until it.
One hundred years, ; the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Trinity, Norristown, Pa Family History Library Records of the First Presbyterian Church of Norristown,by Charles Major - Montgomery County Pennsylvania State Archives.
Again in October of the convention was held at St. Thomas. In the yearMr. George Best of Churchtown was the association secretary. In that year there were one hundred twenty-five children enrolled in Sunday School classes at St. Thomas and Richard Miller was the superintendents.
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One hundred and twenty-five years of pig iron manufacture at Robesonia, Pennsylvania [microform] Published: () Baptisms, marriages, confirmations, burials and membership lists, [microform]. Zion's (commonly called Spiess) Reformed and Lutheran Union Church, Upper Alsace.-This church is located on a high elevation in the eastern section of the township.
It has always been held that the first edifice for religious services was built of logs, inthe year in which Victorius Spiess donated the land for church purposes.
This arrangement lasted for at least twenty-five years with the Lutherans sharing the spiritual ministry provided by their German Reformed pastors and neighbors.
The historic roots of St. John's Lutheran Church began with the establishment of the Dutch Buffalo Creek Church or Dutch Buffalo Meeting House around or before St. Paul Lutheran Church, Reading PA April 10 at AM If we were not experiencing the Coronavirus outbreak and restrictions to keep us healthy (Please, please, please continue to observe!), we would be gathering at St.
Paul’s for our annual Good Friday Workshop for our children from AM/5(5). And then the church is finished. On Octoone hundred twenty-five years ago last Tuesday, this church was dedicated. One of the newspapers said that "there was a vast concourse of people there".LITTLESTOWN, formerly called Petersburg, is the second town in size and importance in the county, and in contained a population of It is on the Gettysburg and Baltimore turnpike, and is ten miles south-east from the former place.
The Frederick and Pennsylvania Line railroad passing through the place, has added much to its business prosperity.The Pennsylvania Ministerium was the first Lutheran church body in North the encouragement of Henry Melchior Muhlenberg (–), the Ministerium was founded at a Church Conference of Lutheran clergy on Aug The group was known as the "German Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of North America" untilwhen it adopted the name "German Evangelical Lutheran Associations: General Synod (–; .