3 edition of Early Lutheran education in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Early Lutheran education in Pennsylvania
Charles Lewis Maurer
Bibliography: p. -284.
|Statement||by Charles Lewis Maurer.|
|Series||Pennsylvania-German Society. Proceedings and addresses -- v. 40.|
|LC Classifications||F146 .P23 vol.40|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 294 p.|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||32031125|
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An edition of Early Lutheran baptisms and marriages in southeastern Pennsylvania () Early Lutheran baptisms and marriages in southeastern Pennsylvania the records of Rev. John Casper Stoever from to with an index by Elizabeth P.
: One of the first clergymen to serve the early Pennsylvania-German settlers, John Casper Stoever maintained a ministry in southeastern Pennsylvania for a period of fifty years, during which time he kept a record of the baptisms and marriages he performed in his missionary travels.
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Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania John Casper Stoever One of the first clergymen to serve the early Pennsylvania-German settlers, John Casper Stoever maintained a ministry in southeastern Pennsylvania for a period of fifty years, during which time he kept a record of the baptisms and marriages he performed in.
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c AG2, LV4 "Early Pennsylvania Reformed Church & Cemetery Records." Ruth Allen. On nearby Tinicum Island the first Lutheran church building in the country was dedicated in Early in the 18th cent. exiles from the Palatinate established German Lutheran churches in New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.
The Salzburger migration to Georgia () introduced Lutheranism in the South.Early Lutheran baptisms and marriages in southeastern Pennsylvania: the records of Rev.
John Casper Stoever from to Family History Library Index to Marriage License Dockets, Females - Lancaster County Pennsylvania State Archives.An overview is provided of the history and mission of Lutheran higher education in North America.
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