1 edition of Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage Cumulative Five-Year Index, 1983-1987 found in the catalog.
Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage Cumulative Five-Year Index, 1983-1987
by Lancaster Mennonite Hist. Soc.,2215 Millstream Rd. in Lancaster, PA
Written in English
Pennsylvania Mennonite Family History Periodical Five-Year Index, Pennsylvania: Mennonite Family History Periodical Five-Year Index, . Mennonite Heritage Center, Harleysville, PA. 2, likes talking about this were here. Our mission is to educate, inspire and witness to the church and community by .
Issued by: Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical Society, Jan. July , by: Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, Oct. Supersedes Mennonite research journal (ISSN ) ISSN Key Title Pennsylvania Mennonite heritage. The Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Oberholtzers who Moved to Alverton, Pennsylvania Posted by Daniel Mast on by Rodney G. Cavanaugh The Oberholtzer family originated before the 15th century in the Swiss village of Ober, about 30 miles south of Zurich.
Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, Vol. IV, #2, April, Paperback – January 1, by Carolyn C. Wenger (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Manufacturer: Lancaster Mennonite Hist. Soc. Your link to the past since February ! Search for your ancestors in free Ships' Passenger lists, Naturalization Records, Palatine Genealogy, Canadian Genealogy, American Genealogy, Native American Genealogy, Huguenots, Mennonites, Almshouse Records, Orphan Records, church records, military muster rolls, census records, land records and more.
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Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage. Description. Lancaster, PA: Quarterly. – Cumulative 5-year index, – ← Back to Publications. The Mennonite Heritage Center is a museum, library and exhibition space in Harleysville, Pennsylvania, 32 miles (51 km) northwest of Philadelphia, about the Mennonites of Eastern nates: 40°17′26″N 75°22′56″W /.
The Cemetery Database at the Mennonite Heritage Center contains nea burial records from local cemeteries (Mennonite, Brethren, Lutheran, Reformed, Union, Baptist, Methodist, Episcopal, community and private). The reports below (in PDF format) list the records alphabetically by surname.
Please read our Guidelines for Contributors page for more information on how to submit content to Pennsylvania Heritage magazine. Current and Past Issues. View table of contents for issues.
Current and past issues of Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine can be purchased at The Mennonite Heritage Center is a museum and historical library dedicated to preserving and sharing the stories of Mennonite faith and life in eastern Pennsylvania.
Mennonite Christians first settled in the Delaware Valley in and have been part of eastern Pennsylvania’s community and religious life for over years.
Mennonite Family History is a quarterly periodical covering Mennonite, Amish, and Brethren genealogy and family history. Check out the free sample articles on our website for a taste of what can be found inside each issue. The MFH has been published since January The magazine has an international advisory council, as well as writers.
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society will remain closed to walk-in visitors through August Dependent on public health guidelines, we may be able to safely accommodate researchers, by appointment, during summer months.
Mailing Lists Pertaining to Pennsylvania Research. A mailing list that concerns research in Berks County. Just write to [email protected], putting the word Subscribe in the body of your message and also in the subject line. Do not include your signature, if you have one.
A mailing list that concerns the Pennsylvania Dutch. Rittenhouse Homestead. Library of Congress. William Rittenhouse, a successful businessman and devout Mennonite, was born in Germany in He moved to the Netherlands in the early s and eventually emigrated to Germantown, Pennsylvania, in If requested, for an additional $35 you can also receive the quarterly Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage magazine published by our sister organization, Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society.
To be enrolled as a member, please send a check payable to: Juniata Mennonite Historical Society. Mail to: P.O. Richfield, PA The Lancaster, Pennsylvania, area is known for its Amish and Mennonite heritage.
Over the course of many years, the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society has compiled more thanindex cards with records of the Mennonite families in the region. Until recently, these cards were only available to researchers at the society’s library.
Content: Mennonite Life - Bibliography 2 Back to Bibliographies page June vol. 44 no. Radical Reformation and Mennonite Bibliography, Compiled by Marilyn Loganbill (Originally published in the June issue, vol. 44, no. ) [This version was scanned from a paper copy. Aug. ] Assisted by Grace Showalter, Menno Simons Historical Library/Archives, Eastern Mennonite.
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, Lancaster, PA. K likes. Engaging history to inspire memory, faith and hope. Mennonite Heritage Center - for Canadians of Prussian/Russian Mennonite descent.
Mennonite Historian Pages. Mennonite Historians of Eastern Pennsylvania. Mennonite Library and Archives - (North Newton Kansas) Mennonite Quarterly Review - Swiss Mennonite & German Amish genealogy project and access to 3 databases with a total of overPennsylvania Mennonite heritage (Lancaster Mennonite Conference Historical Society) Title Also Known As: "This index to the issues indexes authors of articles, subjects with such prominence that they merit entry in the index, books reviewed, and every name mentioned in the articles." Pennsylvania / Lancaster Mennonite.
Bythe congregation re-affiliated with the Eastern District Conference of the Mennonite Church. InDaniel Kolb Cassel’s History of the Mennonites was published as the first Mennonite history book in America (Cassell is interred in the Germantown Mennonite.
InEdsel Burdge and Deborah Ulle compiled a list of extant gravestones in the Germantown Mennonite Burial Ground which they compared to the list published in the Mennonite Year Book. Their compiled list includes only people born before and buried in the cemetery, and was published in the Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage magazine.
The first Mennonites in Pennsylvania involved Germantown inthe result of a visit in by a wealthy Mennonite merchant with a view of establishing a colony on the Delaware footnote 2. Germantown, now part of metropolitan Philadelphia was, at the time of its settlement just outside Philadelphia; Its settlers are well documented and.
He prepared the Vietnam Mennonite Church chapter in the book, Churches Engage Asian Traditions (Good Books). Martin earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and Bible from Eastern Mennonite University and an M.A. in religious education from Princeton Theological Seminary.
Luke and his wife Mary (Kauffman) now live in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Encouraged by William Penn’s offer of 5, acres of land in the colony of Pennsylvania and the freedom to practice their religion, the first Mennonites arrive in America aboard the Cumulative five-year and ten-year indexes are published separately.
A researchers' surname index is published separately every three years. Includes bibliographic references. Each volume includes an annual index to names and localities.
Index to vol. 5 () was bound vol. 6 (); index to vol. 10 () was bound with vol. 12 ().Related data collections. Pennsylvania, Church Records - Adams, Berks, and Lancaster Counties, This database contains information on almostindividuals found in the records of more than fifty Pennsylvania (U.S.A.) churches.