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XV_1_3_7_7.pdf
A typed list with handwritten additions of the Mennonite Conference of Ontario men appointed in each district to solicit hosts and assist with settling Russlaender families.

XV_1_3_7_2.pdf
A handwritten list by Ira Bauman of congregations and some individuals, along with the number of families they are willing to billet.

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_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_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

hm1_194_1_snyder_rm_aid-1.pdf
This notebook includes collection lists for underwear and other aid for Russian Mennonite immigrants. Collections were made from the Waterloo, St. Jacobs, Martins, Elmira, North Woolwich, South Peel and Conestogo congregations. These are Old Order…

HM1_136_1_3_Enns_John_H.pdf
Long-time resident and community historian John E. Enns. assembled this scrapbook of photographs and commentary. The Reesor settlement was situated along the Trans-Canada highway west of Cochrane, Ontario, at approximately Mile 103. The community…

int28.pdf
Nickolas Fehderau was interviewed in Kitchener, Ontario

int11_fast.pdf
Jacob C. Fast was interviewed in Waterloo, Ontario

int12.pdf
Herman Koop was interviewed in Waterloo, Ontario
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