Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, 1717-1793 (Pennsylvania German Series : Vol 13)

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Published Date: Call# Gla Summary: This book provides a history of the early German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in Pennsylvania, including descriptions of parishes, leaders, and congregations.

Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, (Pennsylvania German Series: Vol 13) by Charles Henry Glatfelter, JunePennsylvania German Society edition, Hardcover in English.

Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, (Pennsylvania German Series: Vol 13) by Charles Henry Glatfelter, unknown edition. Get this from a library. Pastors and people; v. 1, Pastors and congregations: German Lutheran and Reformed churches in the Pennsylvania field, [Charles H Glatfelter; Pennsylvania-German Society.].

Glatfelter, Charles Henry. Pastors and people: German Lutheran and Reformed churches in the Pennsylvania field, / by Charles H. Glatfelter Pennsylvania German Society Breinigsville, Pa.

Wikipedia Citation. Pennsylvania History vol. 50, no. 2, April Book Reviews Book Reviews: Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, Volume 1: Pastors and Congregations. Volume 2: The History., by Charles H. GlatfelterAuthor: James Tanis. Pastors and people; German Lutheran and Reformed churches in the Pennsylvania field, Statement of Responsibility: by Charles H.

Glatfelter. Authors: Glatfelter, Charles H. (Charles Henry), (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs. Pastors & People by Charles H Glatfelter,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Pastors & People: German & Lutheran Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field,Vol. II: The History. Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, Volume II The History by Glatfelter, Charles H.

Breinigsville, PA: The Pennsylvania German Society, Owners name on fep; Occasional ink markings, else textblock very clean and tight. Binding spine faded and lightly edge and corner rubbed. p., including index. Pastors and people: German Lutheran and Reformed churches in the Pennsylvania field, Matricul of the Augustus Ev.

Luth. congregation of New Providence, Pennsylvania, usually called the Old Trappe church,   Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, by Charles H.

Glatfelter, Published by The Pennsylvania German SocietyVol hardcover, pg, INDEX Volume II, The History: $ 1: Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, By CHARLES H.

GLATFELTER. (Breinigsville: The Pennsylvania German Society. Volume I,xv, p.; Volume II,xix, p. Illustrations, maps, indices. $25 per volume.) In these volumes the author presents biographies of Lutheran and Reformed pastors, histories of. The following information is summarized from Charles H.

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Glatfelter's, Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field,Volume I: Pastors and Congregations, published by the Pennsylvania German Society: Breinigsville, PA,pp Pastors and people; German Lutheran and Reformed churches in the Pennsylvania field, Family History Library Pictorial history of the Virginia Conference: The history of the Reformed Church in Virginia, Family History Library.

Pastors and people: German Lutheran and Reformed churches in the Pennsylvania field, Bethesda Evangelical Church in Farmers Mills: forlorn church with long history 75th anniversary St. Marks Evangelical Lutheran Church, Pleasant Gap, Pa.

soon by the Pennsylvania German Society. Lischy ministered in Carroll and Baltimore Counties, Maryland. The following material was compiled with the assistance of many persons: Charles H.

Glatfelter, whose Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Re- formed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, (Breinigsville, Pa., ). Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, – Volume 1: Pastors and Congregations.

Volume 2:. From "German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field ," Vol. 1, by Charles Glatfelter: JOHN CASPER STOEVER the elder. Lutheran. Born at Frankenberg, Hesse. Was a schoolmaster. Was married and had at least two. Catholic Church More information Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field,Vol.

II: The History - Charles H. Glatfelder. The Reformed register of the Germanna and Germantown churches begun by Pastor Henry Haeger soon after and most records of Hebron Lutheran Church from appear to be lost. The registers for both Lutheran and Reformed of the Woodstock area and of several West Virginia churches have never been found.

•Note: From "German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, " by Charles Glatfelter: John Casper Stoever the younger. Lutheran. According to his autobiography, was born Decemat Luedorff, Berg, Lower Palatinate. Son of John Casper Stoever the elder. Notes: The church descriptions are from a book by Charles H.

Glatfelter, "PASTORS AND PEOPLE: GERMAN LUTHERAN AND REFORMED CHURCHES IN THE PENNSYLVANIA FIELD, ; VOL I; PASTORS AND CONGREGATIONS"; Pennsylvania German Society: Breinigsville PA. Charles H. Glatfelter (–) Author of Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, (Pennsylvania German Series: Vol 13).

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Includes the names: Charles H. Glatfelter, Charles Henry Glatfelter. The two-volume work by Charles Glatfelter, Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field[1] is a wonderful and rich resource for Pennsylvania church life of the eighteenth century, when many of the union churches had their origin.

Glatfelter, Charles H. Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, Vol. 1: Pastors and Congregations.

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Breinigsville, PA: The Pennsylvania German Society, This is the best introduction to Lutheran and Reformed congregations in Pennsylvania using primary documentary evidence.

Pennsylvania: Pastors & People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field,Vol. I: Pastors and Congregations: Charles H. Glatfelter: Pennsylvania: Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field,Vol. II: .Beggarstown or Bettelhausen was a small community that was located in the present day neighborhood of Mount Airy in Northwest Philadelphia in the U.S.

state of centered primarily along a stretch of relatively flat land along Germantown Avenue roughly between Upsal Street and Gorgas Lane.After the Revolutionary War, some or all of the Lutheran [members of Shuster's] joined the Reformed [members] in building a union church about one-half mile southeast of the first Shuster's, writes Charles H.

Glatfelter in his book Pastors and People, German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field,