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York County, Pennsylvania, church records of the 18th century

compiled and edited by Marlene Strawser Bates and F. Edward Wright
Westminster, Maryland : Family Line Publications, 1991
3 v.


Includes indexes in each volume.

Records not included are those which were part of York County and in 1800 became part of Adams County. It does include those records in Lancaster County prior to 1749 which became part of York County.

Vol. 1 contains records from the following churches: Friedensaal (White), St. Peter's (Yellow) Reformed, St. Jacob's (Stone) Union, Lischy's (St. Peter's), Steltz Union (Bethlehem), Emanuel Reformed in Hanover, St. Paul's (Ziegler's) Lutheran, Fissel's (Jerusalem) Union, Saddler's (St. John's) Lutheran, Sherman's (St. David's) Union, St. Matthew's Lutheran, Stehli's (St. Luke's) Union, Guinston (Muddy Creek) Presbyterian -- v. 2 contains records of churches in city of York: First Moravian, First Reformed and Trinity First Reformed Church, St. Jonn's Episcopal, Christ Evangelical Lutheran, York Monthly Meeting (Quaker); also private records of Rev. Goering and Rev. Thomas Barton -- v. 3 contains records of churches: Kreutz Creek Lutheran and Reformed, Blymir's Union, Warrington Monthly Meeting (Quaker), Strayer's Reformed and Lutheran, Canadochly Union, Wolf's Reformed, Quickel's Lutheran and Reformed; also private journals of John Casper Stoever, Jacob Lischy, John Cuthbertson, and Robert Cathcart.



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