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Microfilm of original records at the Evangelical and Reformed Archives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Rev. Ziegler served Bedford County: St. John's in Bedford 1839-1849, Valley or Snake Spring in Snake Spring Township 1841-1848, Greenfield Church in Kimmel Township 1841-1844, Reformed churches in St. Clairsville 1841-1849 and in Schellsburg 1844-1849. In Adams County he served Zion Reformed in Arendtsville 1849-1866, Trinity Reformed in Gettysburg 1849-1858, Marks/St. Marks in Mt. Joy Township 1849-1858, Flohr's in Franklin Township 1850-1866, Bender Reformed in Butler Township 1859-1866, Bermudian/Mt. Olivet in Latimore Township 1859-1866. He served in York County: Wolf's or St. Paul's in West Manchester Township 1866-1873, Lischey's or St. Peter's in North Codorus Township 1866-1867, Strayer's in Dover Township at Dover 1866-1873, Holtzschwamm Reformed in Paradise Township 1866-1872, and Pigeon Hill or Paradise Reformed in Jackson Township 1866-1873.

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