The Resource Pennsylvania church and family records, (microform)

Pennsylvania church and family records, (microform)

Label
Pennsylvania church and family records
Title
Pennsylvania church and family records
Title variation
  • Church records, 1803-1894
  • Genealogy of the Dirdorff, Dierdorff, Deardorff families in America
  • Yoder family of Berks County, Pennsylvania
  • Church records, 1907-1947 (St. Peter Reformed)
  • Tenth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. Franklin D. Slifer in the Maxatawny Reformed Charge, 1937-1947
  • Church records, 1874-1947 (St. Stephen's Lutheran)
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MoIM
Index
no index present
Language note
Text in German and English.e1 r
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Wingert, Sudie
  • Seidle, Gertrude Deardorff
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  • Slifer, Franklin D.
  • Deardorff family
  • Yoder family
  • St. James Lutheran Church (Pitman, Pa.)
  • St. Peter the Apostle Church (Baltimore, Md.)
  • Christ Reformed DeLong's Church (Bowers, Pa.)
  • Zions Reformed Church (Maxatawny, Pa.)
  • St. Peter's Reformed Church (Topton, Pa.)
  • Reformed Church Maxatawny Charge (Berks County, Pa.)
  • St. Stephen's Lutheran Church (Lancaster, Pa.)
  • Church records and registers
  • Clergy
  • Families
  • Registers of births, etc.
  • Northumberland County (Pa.)
  • Schuylkill County (Pa.)
  • Berks County (Pa.)
  • Lancaster County (Pa.)
Target audience
adult
Label
Pennsylvania church and family records, (microform)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Item 1: Microfilm of original records [which were at Line Mountain Lutheran Parish in Leck Kill ca. 1950]
  • Item 1: Also known as Jacob's Church in 1810 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County. After a new building was destroyed by fire in 1943, the Lutherans built St. James at Pitman. The Reformed congregation was probably near Leck Kill
  • Item 2: Microfilm of typescript (carbon copy, [20] leaves)
  • Item 2: With: English and Pennsylvania Dutch, poems / Lee E. Schrope
  • Item 2: Antony and Christina Dirdorff came to America, ca. 1719. Anthony and four of his sons were naturalized in New Jersey in 1730. Three of Antony's sons, Peter, John, and Anthony, Jr. became early settlers in York County, Pennsylvania. John married Anna Mary Erberdt in 1740 and obtained land in Reading Township, York County, in 1742. Peter Dierdoff was living in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in 1763, and in York County, Pennsylvania, by 1785. Anthony, Jr. and his wife, Anna Yager, moved to York County, Pennsylvania, in 1762. Record lists some of their descendants in Pennsylvania and Ohio
  • Item 2: Microfilm of photocopy of newspaper clippings (1 leaf) from an unidentified newspaper
  • Item 2: May be from the Shamokin Daily News, Shamokin, Pa., July 23, 1932, as a clipping from this newspaper follows the Yoder article
  • Item 2: The Yoder family immigrated to America from Switzerland between 1712 and 1717. They probably lived for awhile in Schoharie Valley, New York, and then settled in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Hans and Johannes became prominent in the affairs of Oley, Pennsylvania
  • Item 3 & 4: Microfilm of original records
  • Item 5: Microreproduction of manuscript: [1947]. [20] pages : portrait
  • Item 5: Maxatawny Reformed Charge includes Christ Reformed DeLong's Church, Bowers; Zion Reformed Church, Maxatawny; St. Peter's Reformed Church, Topton
  • Item 5: Contains baptisms, marriages, deaths, and confirmations for 1937-1947 for each church
  • Item 5: Includes photocopies of "original documents (dated respectively 1759, 1760, 1764, 1806) pertaining to the origin and early history of Christ Reformed DeLong's Church, Bowers, Pa." The early church was located in Maxatawny Township and known as De Long's
  • Item 6: Microfilm of original records
Base of film
unknown
Carrier category
microfilm reel
Carrier category code
  • hd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Item 1: Church records, 1803-1894 -- Item 2: Deardorff and Yoder family -- Item 3 & 4: Church records, 1907-1947 -- Item 5: 10th anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. Franklin D. Slifer -- Item 6: Church records, 1874-1947
Dimensions
35 mm
Dimensions
35mm.
Emulsion on film
unknown
Extent
on 1 microfilm reel
Generation
unknown
Media category
microform
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • h
Note
974.8 FHL0020374 ; GE-MFM ; GE1906MFILM pav, MP.
Positive negative aspect
negative
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||
ReductionRatioRange
unknown
Reproduction note
  • New York, N.Y. :
  • Salt Lake City, Utah :
Specific material designation
microfilm reel
System control number
(Sirsi) a3820040
Label
Pennsylvania church and family records, (microform)
Publication
Note
  • Item 1: Microfilm of original records [which were at Line Mountain Lutheran Parish in Leck Kill ca. 1950]
  • Item 1: Also known as Jacob's Church in 1810 in Upper Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County. After a new building was destroyed by fire in 1943, the Lutherans built St. James at Pitman. The Reformed congregation was probably near Leck Kill
  • Item 2: Microfilm of typescript (carbon copy, [20] leaves)
  • Item 2: With: English and Pennsylvania Dutch, poems / Lee E. Schrope
  • Item 2: Antony and Christina Dirdorff came to America, ca. 1719. Anthony and four of his sons were naturalized in New Jersey in 1730. Three of Antony's sons, Peter, John, and Anthony, Jr. became early settlers in York County, Pennsylvania. John married Anna Mary Erberdt in 1740 and obtained land in Reading Township, York County, in 1742. Peter Dierdoff was living in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in 1763, and in York County, Pennsylvania, by 1785. Anthony, Jr. and his wife, Anna Yager, moved to York County, Pennsylvania, in 1762. Record lists some of their descendants in Pennsylvania and Ohio
  • Item 2: Microfilm of photocopy of newspaper clippings (1 leaf) from an unidentified newspaper
  • Item 2: May be from the Shamokin Daily News, Shamokin, Pa., July 23, 1932, as a clipping from this newspaper follows the Yoder article
  • Item 2: The Yoder family immigrated to America from Switzerland between 1712 and 1717. They probably lived for awhile in Schoharie Valley, New York, and then settled in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Hans and Johannes became prominent in the affairs of Oley, Pennsylvania
  • Item 3 & 4: Microfilm of original records
  • Item 5: Microreproduction of manuscript: [1947]. [20] pages : portrait
  • Item 5: Maxatawny Reformed Charge includes Christ Reformed DeLong's Church, Bowers; Zion Reformed Church, Maxatawny; St. Peter's Reformed Church, Topton
  • Item 5: Contains baptisms, marriages, deaths, and confirmations for 1937-1947 for each church
  • Item 5: Includes photocopies of "original documents (dated respectively 1759, 1760, 1764, 1806) pertaining to the origin and early history of Christ Reformed DeLong's Church, Bowers, Pa." The early church was located in Maxatawny Township and known as De Long's
  • Item 6: Microfilm of original records
Base of film
unknown
Carrier category
microfilm reel
Carrier category code
  • hd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Item 1: Church records, 1803-1894 -- Item 2: Deardorff and Yoder family -- Item 3 & 4: Church records, 1907-1947 -- Item 5: 10th anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. Franklin D. Slifer -- Item 6: Church records, 1874-1947
Dimensions
35 mm
Dimensions
35mm.
Emulsion on film
unknown
Extent
on 1 microfilm reel
Generation
unknown
Media category
microform
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • h
Note
974.8 FHL0020374 ; GE-MFM ; GE1906MFILM pav, MP.
Positive negative aspect
negative
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/reductionRatio
||
ReductionRatioRange
unknown
Reproduction note
  • New York, N.Y. :
  • Salt Lake City, Utah :
Specific material designation
microfilm reel
System control number
(Sirsi) a3820040

Library Locations

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