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Joint register of the Lutheran and Reformed congregations, Arendtsville, Adams County, Pennsylvania

[Frederick S. Weiser]
Manuscript/Manuscript with Film
English
1968
2 v.

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"The following transcription has been made by Mrs. W. E. Hutchison under the direction of the undersigned [Frederick S. Weiser]"--Intro.

Vol. 1 (1786-1843, 1852-1861, 1874) IN: Pennsylvania Lutheran church records, v. 3 (2nd vol.; 1843-1873).

A union congregation of Lutherans and Reformed people were organized in 1781 which lasted until 1881 when the Lutherans built their own church. They used the same church book until 1861 when the Reformed began their own book. In this record, the Lutheran and Reformed entries have not been identified. After 1861 the entries are for Lutherans only.

Contents: v. 1. Baptisms 1786-1843, 1852-1861, 1874; marriages 1804; index -- v. 2. Baptisms 1843-1873; index.

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