Lutheran Church in the United States

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German-Russian Lutheran Ancestry  
 
German-Russian Lutheran Ancestry  
  
[http://www.odessa3.org/collections/churches/ Odessa3.org] - This site contains German-Russian emigrant ancestry in pocket settlements in mid-west states of North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska . Contains transcribed minutes of meetings, membership lists (some with parentage listed), birth, deaths, and marriages.]  
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[http://www.odessa3.org/collections/churches/ Odessa3.org] - This site contains German-Russian emigrant ancestry in pocket settlements in mid-west states of North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska . Contains transcribed minutes of meetings, membership lists (some with parentage listed), birth, deaths, and marriages.]<br>
  
<br><br>If a local church is still active,&nbsp;they can help you&nbsp;find their records. The records of disbanded U.S. churches are at the ELCA Archives in Chicago. The archives has records of many congregations; those on microfilm can be borrowed for a small fee. Partial lists of church records in its collection are:  
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Cyndi's List - Lutheran<br>[http://www.cyndislist.com/lutheran/ http://www.cyndislist.com/lutheran/]<br><br>If a local church is still active,&nbsp;they can help you&nbsp;find their records. The records of disbanded U.S. churches are at the ELCA Archives in Chicago. The archives has records of many congregations; those on microfilm can be borrowed for a small fee. Partial lists of church records in its collection are:  
  
 
*American Lutheran Church (ALC) Archives. ''ALC Congregations on Microfilm''. Dubuque, Iowa: The Archives, [197-?]. (Family History Library&nbsp;fiche {{FHL|269930|title-id|disp=6330690-93}}.) Arranged by state and city of congregation. The ALC Archives are now part of the ELCA Archives.  
 
*American Lutheran Church (ALC) Archives. ''ALC Congregations on Microfilm''. Dubuque, Iowa: The Archives, [197-?]. (Family History Library&nbsp;fiche {{FHL|269930|title-id|disp=6330690-93}}.) Arranged by state and city of congregation. The ALC Archives are now part of the ELCA Archives.  

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Contents

History in the United States

Lutheran Church Records

Types of Church Records

Where they are Located

Concordia Historical Institute
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod
801 De Mun Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63105
Telephone: 314-505-7900
Fax: 314-505-7901
Internet: http://chi.lcms.org/

Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA Archives)
8765 West Higgins Road
Chicago, IL 60631-4198
Telephone: 773-380-2818
Internet: www.elca.org/archives/

German-Russian Lutheran Ancestry

Odessa3.org - This site contains German-Russian emigrant ancestry in pocket settlements in mid-west states of North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska . Contains transcribed minutes of meetings, membership lists (some with parentage listed), birth, deaths, and marriages.]

Cyndi's List - Lutheran
http://www.cyndislist.com/lutheran/

If a local church is still active, they can help you find their records. The records of disbanded U.S. churches are at the ELCA Archives in Chicago. The archives has records of many congregations; those on microfilm can be borrowed for a small fee. Partial lists of church records in its collection are:

  • American Lutheran Church (ALC) Archives. ALC Congregations on Microfilm. Dubuque, Iowa: The Archives, [197-?]. (Family History Library fiche 6330690-93.) Arranged by state and city of congregation. The ALC Archives are now part of the ELCA Archives.
  • American Lutheran Church Shelf List Index to Their Church Records Microfilmed as of 1987. N.p., 1988. (Family History Library book 973 K2aL.)
  • A guide to most Lutheran churches and addresses is:
  • Lutheran Church Directory for the United States 1982. New York, New York: Lutheran Council in the USA, 1981. (Family History Library book 973 K24L.)