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The record book of Daniel Schumacher, 1754-1773 : containing registers of baptisms and comfirmations in Berks, Lehigh, Northampton and Schuy[k]hill counties, Pennsylvania

translated with an introduction by Frederick S. Weiser
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English
Camden, Maine : Picton Press, c1993
318 p.
0897251172

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"The text is a revision of an earlier introduction and translation which appeared in Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society, I (1968) 185-407. The revision includes an index of all names in the register"-- Verso.

Includes index.

Includes biography of Daniel Schumacher. Contains baptisms and confirmations 1754-1773.

Rev. Schumacher, Lutheran pastor, served congregations in BERKS COUNTY: Trinity Lutheran at Reading (1754-1755, 1758); Alsace Church in Alsace Township (1754-1758); Schwarzwald Church in Exeter Township (1754-1758); St. Paul's in Windsor Township (1754-1757, 1760-1761, 1764-1765, 1771-1775); Jerusalem or Allemangel (1755-1770) and New Allemangel or Friedens (1770-1777), both in Albany Township; Bern Church in Bern Township (1755-1757); Zion or Northkill in Upper Tulpehocken Township (1756-1758); New Jerusalem or Dunkel's or Ontelauncee in Greenwich Township (1761-1762, 1764-1765); St. Michael's in Tilden Township (1771-1773). Visited, but not a pastor of St. John's or Maxatawny at Kutztown (1756, 1758, 1766-1767, 1770); Oley Hills (1756-1760, 1771-1772); Tulpehocken near Stouchsburg (1757-1758); Rosenthal near Eckville (1763); and Long Swamp in Longswamp Township (1768). Congregations in LEHIGH COUNTY: Weisenberg Church (1757-1775) and Ziegel Church (1765-1770), both in Weisenberg Township; Jerusalem in Western Salisbury Township (1758-1763, 1766-1768); Ebenezer at New Tripoli (1759-1763); Jerusalem in Eastern Salisbury Township (1759-1763, 1766-1768); Egypt in Whitehall Township (1760-1765); St. Paul's, Indianland (1760-1762, 1770-1771); Heidelberg in Heidelberg Township (1762-1769). Visited,

but not a pastor of Great Swamp Church in Lower Milford Township (1759); Lehigh Church or Zion in Lower Macungie Township (1759-1760, 1769); Upper Milford (1766-1768) and Macungie (1767-1768, 1771), both possibly at Old Zionsville. Congregations in SCHUYLKILL COUNTY: Zion or "Across the Blue Mountains" in West Brunswick Township (1755-1757, 1770-1781). Congregations in NORTHAMPTON COUNTY: Williams Township (1758); Dryland Church in Lower Nazareth Township (1758). Congregation in Phillipsburg, Warren County, New Jersey (1758).

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