|Topic||Record #||Description Summary|
|Aged Persons' home (and orphanage), Southern Indiana District: Church of the Brethren||BC2010/3 ||Secretary Book for Aged Persons' home (and orphanage), Church of the Brethren of the Southern District of Indiana. Secretary's records from the creation of the Articles of Assocation in 1918 to its merger with the Mexico Welfare Home in 1951 |
|Brethren History: Flat Rock, North Carolina||COB General File: History |
History: Flat Rock Church of the Brethren, Dunkards in Ashe County, North Carolina.
Genealogical Notes on the Jonathan Miller Family.
"Recorded Official Action of the Flat Rock Church."
|Church of the Brethren: Annual Conference Moderators, Postcards||BC2008/2 ||Postcards of Germantown Church of the Brethren, D. W. Kurtz, and all living Annual Conference Moderators. . |
|Church of the Brethren: Postcards||BC2003/1 ||Germantown Church postcard. |
|Eel River Congregation, South Central Indiana: Church of the Brethren||COB Filing Cabinets: South Central Indiana District |
Indiana: The Brethren in Indiana. This file includes a special diagram of the first Eel River congregation organized in 1838 and the churches that branched from that original organization. Other pages show churches listed by counties.
|Eikenberry, Grace, and Eikenberry, Mary Clingenpeel: Obituaries||BC2007/13 |
Obituary for Grace Eikenberry, nee Vigles, daughter of John and Clarinda Vigles born near New Berlin, Sangamon County, IL, 29 October 1884.
Obituary for Mary Clingenpeel Eikenberry, daughter of John and Mary Moss Clingenpeel, born near Mexico, Indiana, 9 October 1849.
|Elders Meeting of Middle District, Indiana, Minutes 1892 - 1916: Church of the Brethren ||BC2010/2 ||Elders meeting of Middle District, Indiana, Minutes, 1892 - 1916 |
|Far Western Brethren: Church of the Brethren||BC2004/19 ||Far Western Brethren: "A Short Historical Sketch of the Far Western Brethren of the so-called Dunkard Church and of the Hadley Creek Church in Pike County, Illinois, to the year 1885." |
|Fellowship of Brethren Genealogists||Archives Periodicals Section ||Fellowship of Brethren Genealogists: One issue of newsletter, Winter 1995, Volume 27, No. 4 in Archives periodicals section, IS. |
|Krebiehl Bible: Family Bible||BC2011/20 |
The Krebiehl Bible is German. A note from Rob Gratz indicates that the bible might have been printed in Holland circa 1600. It also identifies the bible as coming from the Rossville Church of the Brethren, Indiana. More research is needed regarding the material written on the pages at the end of the book. Family history is traced from 1762, along with what appears to be apocalyptic beliefs in the creation of the numbers 666. The bible is beautifully illustrated:
An inscription at the beginning of the book has been translated:
My father, Peter Krebiehl, received this Bible from his father, Samuel Krebiehl. Upon my request he gave it to me, Jacob Krebiehl, his oldest son, as a gift. For this I owe him eternal gratitude. This Bible is therefore very dear and valuable to me. May God reward him with many blessings.
Written August 1, 1885,
State of Indiana
|Northern Indiana District of the Church of the Brethren: Individual Churches and Memorabilia||BC2006/17 |
Records, photographs and memorabilia from the Wakarusa Church of the Brethren and the Michigan City Church of the Brethren.
Records, photographs and memorabilia from the Bethel Church of the Brethren.
Bethel Church of the Brethren: Women's Fellowship Records 1970 - 1983, photos 1984, Mother and Daughter Banquet 1990, 1985 and 1988 newspaper clippings.
Records, photographs and memorabilia from the South Bend City (also known as the South Bend Second) Church of the Brethren.
Family photo of Marcos and Suely Inhauser.
|Northern Indiana District: Church of the Brethren||BC2009/08 ||Timeline showing the founding and origin of Brethren churches in Northern Indiana with church family tree by Eleanor Painter. |
|Northwestern Ohio, Northern Ohio District: Church of the Brethren||BC2002/9 ||Northwestern Ohio/Northern Ohio District of the Church of the Brethren Records |
|Second Church of the Brethren, South Bend, Northern Indiana District: Church of the Brethren||BC2010/1 ||Second Church of the Brethren, South Bend, Indiana, Fiftieth Anniversary program. |
|South Bend City or South Bend Second, Church of the Brethren, Northern Indiana District: Church of the Brethren||COB Filing Cabinets: Northern Indiana ||South Bend City or South Bend Second, Church of the Brethren, Northern Indiana District of the Church of the Brethren. |
|South Whitley Records, South Central District, Indiana :Church of the Brethren ||BC2004/38: South Whitley |
South Whitley Church of the Brethren
Pledges and payments records 1960's, guestbooks 1964-1971 and 1959-1975, membership records, financial records, bulletins, booklets, minutes.
|Southern Illinois District: Church of the Brethren||BC2002/5 |
Southern Illinois District of the Church of the Brethren Records
|Southern Ohio District: Church of the Brethren||BC2002/7 |
Southern Ohio District of the Church of the Brethren general and congregational records as well as copies of the Memo, the District newsletter.
|Spring Creek, South Central District, Indiana: Church of the Brethren||BC2009/05 |
Spring Creek Church of the Brethren: Congregational records, commemorative plate, applebutter-making scrapbook and additional material.