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Shippensburg, Pa., records of the (Grace) German Reformed Church

translated from photostats found in the Pennsylvania State Museum by Harold K. Trout and brought to Lancaster for translation by Elizabeth C. Kieffer, archivist of the Historical Society of the Evangelical and Reformed Church
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typed manuscript (71 p., made in 1962) at the Evangelical and Reformed Archives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Spine title: Church record Grace Reformed Church, Shippensburg, Pa.

Includes baptisms 1770-1800, 1814-1836; marriages 1787-1788; communicants; deaths 1787, 1799; minutes, accounts, etc.

This church book was shared by Lutheran and Reformed congregation until they separated in 1840's. Lutherans later bacame Memorial Lutheran Church; Reformed became Grace Reformed Church.

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