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Mennonite family history

NNFH|Mennonite fam
Serial/Serial with Digital Images
English
Elverson, Pennsylvania : Menonite Family History, 1982-
v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports. (some col.)
07305214
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1982) -

Notes

Some issues are available as digital images. See individual issue records for links.

Quarterly.

Editor: Lois Ann Mast and J. Lemar Mast.

Related works: Mennonite Family History [researchers'] surname index.

Vol. 1 no. 4 (Oct 1982) was misnumbered as vol. 1 no. 3.

Mennonite Family History is the name of the organization for the compilation of genealogical data and history of Mennonites, Amish, and Church of the Brethren. It is also the name used by Lois Ann Mast and J. Lemar Mast to publish their periodical by the same name, Mennonite Family History. Index and other information is found on their web site.

Indexed in: Mennonite Family History Index.

Periodical for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Mennonites, Amish, Anabaptists, and Church of the Brethren, whose ancestors originated in Alsace-Lorraine (now part of France), Germany (especially Bavaria, Pfalz, and the Palatinate areas), the Netherlands, Prussia, Russia, Switzerland, and the Ukraine. Some immigrated to Central Asia and North America in the 1700's-1800's. Some settled in Manitoba and Ontario (Canada), Saudi Arabia, and in Arizona, California, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, and elsewhere.

Indexed in: Mennonite Family History Index.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under NNFH.

Indexed in the Genealogical Periodical Annual Index.

Cumulative five-year and ten-year indexes are published separately. A researchers' surname index is published separately every three years.

Includes bibliographic references. Each volume includes an annual index to names and localities. Index to vol. 5 (1986) was bound vol. 6 (1987); index to vol. 10 (1991) was bound with vol. 12 (1993).

Includes queries, book reviews, German script reading tips, research help, lists of resources, articles about groups of people, families, and individuals, articles about specific localities, notices of conferences and reunions, and other items of interest.

Includes Aeschliman, Augsburger, Bear, Beiler, Birkey, Blank, Blosser, Bowman, Buerge, Brennenmann, Dyck, Egli, Epp, Eymann, Fischer, Frantz, Frey, Funk, Garber, Gerber, Graber, Groh, Guengerich, Harder, Hertzler, Holdeman, Hunsberger, Jutzi (Iutzi, Yutzi), Kaufman, Kennel, Kurtz, Leman, Lora, Lorah, Mast, Miller, Mishler, Nafziger, Ortman, Plank, Reeser, Reich, Roggy, Rupp, Schrag, Schell, Seibel, Shenk, Smith, Smucker, Smoker, Stahl (Staehl, Staehle, Stahly), Steiner, Steinman, Stoll, Stoltzfus, Stuckey (Stucki), Swope, Tyson, Wagler, Wall, Weaver, Weidman, Wenger, Yoder, Zaugg, Zug, Zehr, Zimmerman, Zoug, and many other surnames.

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