4 edition of Host Tulpehocken Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Host Tulpehocken Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Schuylkill Roots (Research team)
|Statement||"Schuylkill Roots" Researchers.|
|Contributions||Schwalm, Glenn P., Schwalm, Carolyn, 1923-|
|LC Classifications||F159.M338 S37 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||91206136|
Pennsylvania Births: Berks County by John T Humphrey Page 37 BORDNER Anna Maria born a son born Parents of both: Jacob and Sara Records of Host Reformed Church, Tulpehocken Township BORTNER Johann Jacob born Parents: Jacob and not giben Records of Host Reformed Church, Tulpehocken Township Mary. The Birth of a County – By KATHY M. SCOGNA “It is my opinion that Conrad Weiser has teased the Assembly into the erection of Berks County.” – Richard Peters to the Proprietaries The above quote by Peters, the land agent for the Penn family, stimulated my curiosity. Conrad Weiser was a .
Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Contents: v. 1. -- v. 2. Contains baptisms from the records of the Exeter Monthly Meeting in Exeter Township, St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Amity Township, Reed's/Rieth's Church in Marion Township, Host Reformed Church in Tulpehocken Township, Hain's Reformed Church in Lower Heidelberg Township, Oley Reformed Church . B45SC PENNSYLVANIA: HOST "TULPEHOCKEN" CHURCH at Marion Township Berks County Pennsylvania: Schuylkill Roots Researchers B45WI PENNSYLVANIA: LISTS OF TAXABLES - BERKS COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA: Williams, Richard T. & Mildred C. B45WR PENNSYLVANIA: BERKS COUNTY CHURCH RECORDS OF THE 18TH CENTURY Vol. 3: .
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Host "Tulpehocken" church at Marion Township Berks County Pennsylvania Bern Church record, Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: baptisms (), including tombstone inscriptions of burial grounds at Bernville Church record of the Christ (Maxatawny or De Long's) Reformed Church at Bowers, Berks County, Pennsylvania, ( Host "Tulpehocken" Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: From the library of Dr.
& Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm Paperback – January 1, by Schuylkill Roots (Research team) (Author) See all formats and editionsAuthor: Schuylkill Roots (Research team).
Host "Tulpehocken" Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: from the library of Dr. & Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm. Records of the Host Reformed Church, Tulpehocken Twp., Berks County, Pennsylvania: baptisms ; marriages and Genealogy Gophers St.
John's (Host) United Church of Christ: Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. History of the St. John's Reformed Church, Host, Pennsylvania: the two hundredth anniversary, Septem 18, Family History Library The churches and cemeteries of Tulpehocken Township, Berks Co., Pa.
Family History Library Yearbook, (United Church of Christ. Host-Rehrersburg Charge (Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Buy Host " Tulpehocken " Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: From the library of Dr.
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Please be aware that only approx. 75% of the county is covered. fckLR*On-line township maps of Berks County for are available at Andy's Antique Atlases.
fckLR*Township maps of Berks County Pennsylvania from the Historical Atlas of Berks County, Pennsylvania is available in the FHL Collection. To locate a copy nearest you use WorldCat. These resolute farmers established or helped to establish six Lutheran and/or Reformed churches in the Tulpehocken Valley, viz., Reed's, Host, Trinity (in Lebanon County), Christ Little Tulpehocken, and Millbach (in Lebanon County) TULPEHOCKEN - CHRIST: A major Lutheran congregation in Marion Township, 1/2 mile west of Stouchsburg, begun in.
There are two cemeteries at the Host Church. It used to be called St. John's Host Church, but now it is simply the Host Church. The cemetery listed as Saint Johns Host Cemetery is on the south side of the church and contains the oldest burials. This cemetery was used from to The Host Cemetery is the newer, larger one on the north.
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Host "Tulpehocken" Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: from the library of Dr. & Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm / Catalog Record Only Includes index. Contributor: Schuylkill Roots (Research Team) Date: Host "Tulpehocken" church at Marion Township Berks County Pennsylvania Bern Church record, Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: baptisms (), including tombstone inscriptions of burial grounds at Bernville.
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Tulpehocken Township is a township in Berks County, Pennsylvania, United population was 3, at the census. Tulpehocken is a name derived from a Native American language meaning "land of the turtles". Host "Tulpehocken" Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania from the library of Dr.
& Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm by Schuylkill Roots (Research team). 0 Ratings ; 0 Want to read. host tulpehocken church at marion township Schuylkill Roots Baptisms by the Rev. Dominicus Bartholomaeus, ; additional baptisms by The Rev.
Stoy and others, (about 1, baptisms); Marriages ; Baptisms by F. Herman, Jr., ; by Rev. Zehring, ; tombstone inscriptions. Similar Items. Tulpehocken (Host) Church, Tulpehocken Twp., Berks Co., Pa., (history and miscellaneous records) [microform] Blue Mountain congregations on the Northkill, North Tulpehocken Township, Berks Co.
official name "Zion Church": also Little Tulpehocken Church records South of Bernville, Berks County Author: Hollenbach, Raymond E. Published: (). Overview of Host Cemetery, Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States -- - Collaborative Genealogy and History.
Host "Tulpehocken" Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania from the library of Dr. & Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm by Schuylkill Roots (Research team) Published by Closson Press in Apollo, PA. Written in English. (III) Johannes Kintzer, son of Jacob, was born Jan.
1,and died Sept. 16, He was buried at the Host Church in Tulpehocken township. He was a lifelong resident of Marion township near the Charming Forge, where he owned several large farms, and was a well-known citizen, of much influence, in his day. By his first wife he had one child. Host "Tulpehocken" Church at Marion Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania From the library of Dr.
& Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm by Schuylkill Roots, Glenn P. Schwalm, Carolyn Schwalm Paperback, Pages, Published by Closson Press ISBNISBN: Book/Printed Material Pennsylvania genealogical findings in the Allemangel area of Berks and Lehigh (Northampton) counties and adjoining areas / Catalog Record Only.
Pennsylvania Churches: Trinity Lutheran Church of Reading, Berks County – 4 Vols. VREF TRIN Schwalm, G.P., Closson Press, Includes records of baptisms, marriages and burials from the s to Host “Tulpehocken” Church at Marion Township, Berks County VREF SCHU Schwalm, G.P., Closson Press,