Mennonite Family History July 2022

Mennonite Family History July 2022

Mennonite Family History

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This issue contains the following articles and [surnames]: What Are They If Not Martyrs? by D. Frederick Dyck [Dyck, Janzen, Froese]; Jacob T. Borntrager (1872-1952) a Man of Foresight, Faith, and Fortitude—Leader of a Failed Amish Settlement in New Mexico by Larry Miller [Borntrager]; Ancestral Families of Sarah Flohr (1880-1963) Married to Norman Arthur Lind (1881-1968) Part I: Flohr Ancestry by Hope Kauffman Lind [Flohr, Lind]; Blessed with Eight Generations Ancestor Fan Chart of Mark Jay Weaver [Weaver]; A y-DNA Study of Anabaptist Meyer Families in Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania by Gina Meyers and Eric Meyers [Meyer]; Insights on the Eighteenth-Century German Baptist Stonycreek Congregation of Somerset County, Pennsylvania by William B. Thomas [Edwards, Roth, Newmoyer, Oswald, Geble, Kimmel, Widdebarger, Martin, Thomas]; Bewildered Frantz-Family Researcher by Lorraine Frantz Edwards [Frantz, Wehunt, Zug]; Children of Bishop Jacob Mast and Magdalena Hooley: Magdalena Mast (1764-1842), Beloved Wife of Christian Zook by Dot (Mast) Moss [Mast, Zook]; Michael Troyer and Magdalena Mast's Early Years (1756-1780) in Eastern Pennsylvania by Ronald J. Troyer [Mast, Troyer].

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