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Russlaender_LUMC_index.pdf
Originally known as Essex County United Mennonite, the congregation began services in 1925, and formally organized in 1929. The congregation was initially scattered into smaller groups at Kingsville, Harrow, Windsor, Pelee Island, and Leamington

Russlaender_LUMC_1a.pdf
Originally known as Essex County United Mennonite, the congregation began services in 1925, and formally organized in 1929. The congregation was initially scattered into smaller groups at Kingsville, Harrow, Windsor, Pelee Island, and Leamington.

Russlaender_LUMC_1b_part1.pdf
Originally known as Essex County United Mennonite, the congregation began services in 1925, and formally organized in 1929. The congregation was initially scattered into smaller groups at Kingsville, Harrow, Windsor, Pelee Island, and Leamington.

russlaender_reesor_volume_1.pdf
The Reesor United Mennonite congregation began services about 1926, and formally organized in May 1927. It was incorporated as the Reesor United Mennonite Church in 1932. The Reesor settlement was situated along the Trans-Canada highway west of…

russlaender_vineland_1924_1925.pdf
Russlaender families arrived in the Vineland area as early as the summer of 1924 to help with the summer harvest. In the first years, there was much Russlaender movement in and out of the area. Until 1934 the congregation was composed of United…

Russlaender_WK_Index_Book1.pdf
Russlaender immigrants of Kirchliche background arrived in the Waterloo region in 1924. They worshiped together with Mennonite Brethren immigrants initially, under the leadership of the Mennonite Brethren minister. After Jacob H. Janzen, already…

Russlaender immigrants of Kirchliche background arrived in the Waterloo region in 1924. They worshiped together with Mennonite Brethren immigrants initially, under the leadership of the Mennonite Brethren minister. After Jacob H. Janzen, already…
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