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Jacob Delp

Born in North Hampton County, Pa., and died at Yellow Creek, Ill., Dec 20. After the death of his father Jacob settled with his mother in the Nimishillen congregation in Ohio and grew up in the home od Daniel Fry, whom he accompanied to Illinois in 1848. Married Nancy Fry in 1853. Chosen minister in about 1871 and ordained in 1905. He was known for the way in which he blended the words and tunes when he lined hymns.


Source:

Brethren In Northern Illinois and Wisconsin, page 156; by John HECKMAN and J.E. MILLER

Brethren Publishing House, Elgin, Illinois - 1941

Submitted by: Layne A. Holley on 4/22/02

 

Website Last Updated August 8, 2006

Stephenson County Coordinator: Available for Adoption

 Former County Coordinators: 2003-2005, Deb Haines; 2001-2003, Katherine K. Hebenstreit; 1996-2000, Julie Wirgau.

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