Mennonite Family History April 2008
This issue contains the following articles and [surnames]: The Year 1908, Only 100 Years Ago; Under the "Light" of Trachselwald Sermon on the Mount;
Potatoes of Our Ancestors [Sommer, Schottler, Iutzi, Neilan, Serres, Dwyer, Kincaid, Kennel, Schlabach, Ohrendorf, Jutzi, Yoder, Jungerich, Schantz, Brenneman, Allendorf, Ringenberg, Holly, Ehresman, Burcky, Forcht, Bender, Hirschy, Stahly, Augspurger, Scheffer, Stiebing, Beachy, Heinemann]; Searching for the Roots of Jacob Kauffman (KFC) [Kauffman, Zug, Mishler, Miller, Hiring, Knussli/Kniesley, Stauffer, Amstutz, Gindlesperger]; What Do Amish and Reformed Believers Have in Common?; In Their Own Words, Part V: Sixty Years of Silence, the Dyck Family in Soviet Russia, the Memoirs of Gustav J. Dyck, Part I [Dyck]; Corrections to the Amish and Amish Mennonite Genealogies [Brenneman, Engle, Folk, Hershberger, Keim, Olinger, Putnam, Yutzy]; A Proposal for a Dedicated Website to Virtually Access Old Anabaptist and Amish Mennonite Locations and Maps; The Healing Season.
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