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From: "Snyder, Gloria J." <>
Subject: RE: Book: Two Centuries of Church of the Brethern in western Pa.
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 1998 08:27:10 -0500
You can purchase the book from the Berlin Historical Society. Their
information is listed on the Somerset Co., PA page.
>From: W. Paul Talbot[SMTP:]
>Sent: Thursday, February 12, 1998 8:03 AM
>Subject: Book: Two Centuries of Church of the Brethern in western Pa.
>I have not seen this request posted to the list so I am resending it. So
>sorry I sent it to the wrong place. Pam
>I am searching for the book Two centuries of Church of the Brethern in
>Published by the Historical comittee Brethern publishing House,Elgin
>Illinois Published in 1953.
>I viewed this book in the Hempfield Library in Greensburg yesterday.. But,
>was not permitted to make any photocopies.
>I would like to know If i can purchase this book.. It is filled with my
>William Mack, son Jacob Mack,born in Waynesboro, pa and preached at the
>Georges Creek(I believe)
>It also contains many churches in somerset county and the county line church
>in Fayette county. This is where my jacob Meyers attended.
>I am interested in any other information you could supply. For the county
>line church,Sipesville brethern,Georges creek. And I am also interested in
>the Pikes run church in somerset county, which was just burned. Waht a
>shame, it makes me clear sick in side that osmeone would do such a thing.
>As a child I attended the Brotherton church of the Brethern, Salem and
>Raymon churches. I would be interested in infomation on those churches also.
>I thank you in advance for any information you can provide.
>Most sincerely Pam Talbot
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