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Church records Greenville, Friedens, Wellersburg, miscellaneous years, Somerset, Pennsylvania

[Ezra C. Saylor]
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1957
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of transcript (handwritten, 283 p.) in a day book filmed at Berlin, Pennsylvania.

Author is given on inside front cover.

Contains the following churches and their records: Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church at Friedens and Somerset Twp. (p. 2-57) baptisms 1828-1845, 1837 communicants 1821-1843 (includes confirmations) church officials and pastors history Wills Evangelical Lutheran Church at Friedens (p. 60-102), copied by John Saylor baptisms 1839-1882 communicants 1840-1845 (includes confirmations) Wellersburg Reformed Church at Wellersburg (p. 106-155), records of Rev. Wm. Benjamin Kuepper translated from German by Jessie M. Tomb in 1934. Pastor was at Ogle Station, Lee County, Illinois in 1856. marriages 1848-1903 deaths 1846-1904 Zions Evangelical Lutheran Church at Wellersburg (p. 158-181) baptisms 1845-1898 marriages 1887-1899 deaths 1887-1897

Greenville Lutheran and Reformed in Greenville Township (p. 182-283), translated by "E.C.S." 1937 baptisms 1815-1874 deaths 1877 communicants 1835-1875 (includes confirmations)

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