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German Baptist Brethren

The links herein are dedicated to Internet sites whose scope encompasses the German Baptist Brethren under the various denominations descended from the Schwarzenau Brethren of 1708.

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1   Link   German Baptist Brethren Ministers & Congregations
A joint effort between Gale E. S. Honeyman, Dennis D. Roth and A. Wayne Webb, reflecting their corrections and additions to previously published Brethren historical works. This includes, but is not limited to, the ministers, elders and congregations, for which new-found information could be located. Additionally, items of interest for Brethren researchers and historians can be found here.
2   Link   German Baptist Brethren Almanacs, Annuals & Yearbooks
A site dedicated to preserving high quality digital renditions of the various annual periodicals, commonly called almanacs, of the German Baptist Brethren church. This includes those almanacs printed prior to 1881 of the German Baptist Brethren church, the annuals of the Brethren Church (Ashland/Progressive), and, after 1917, the yearbooks of the Church of the Brethren.
3   Link   Brethren Historical Library & Archives
The official repository for publications and records for the Church of the Brethren, a visit to the archive, located in Elgin, Illinois, should be high on a Brethren researcher's list. A call ahead, to permit the staff to aid in your research, is always a good thought.
4   Link   Ashland University / Brethren Church Archives
Located in Ashland, Ohio, the Ashland University Archives and the Brethren Church Archives are two separate, independent institutional repositories. The staff is knowledgeable, helpful and welcomes visitors. Please call ahead for hours of operation and availability.
5   Link   Brethren Heritage Center
An Internet site devoted to preserving the heritage of the German Baptist Brethren it is located in Brookville, Montgomery county, Ohio. Begun through the personal efforts of the noted Brethren historian, Donald R. Bowman, in the 1970s, it now houses a comprehensive collection of books and Brethren artifacts for the Brethren researcher.
6   Link   Juniata College / Beeghly Library
A repository for various records of the German Baptist Brethren church, their holdings include a portion of the personal archives of Abraham H. Cassel (1820-1908), as well as many other Brethren and non-Brethren publications and collections. Please call ahead for hours of accessibility.
7   Link   Church of the Brethren Network
A site well worth the visit if you are interested in the theological background of the German Baptist Brethren and the early history of the religious group. It also includes many, many links to current history of the Church of the Brethren interspersed with links to congregations national and district offices.
8   Link   Oregon / Washignton District of the Church of the Brethren Historical Site
A site designed and maintained by Mr. Dennis D. Roth, it contains much Brethren information of use to researchers of Brethren history in the Great Northwest. Of immense value to Brethren researchers and historians is the obituary index of the various German Baptist Brethren newspapers prior to 1883.