Lancaster County PAGenWeb Lookups


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Civil/Church Records

Reference Contact
Births, Deaths, and Marriages of Nottingham (Cecil County, MD) Quakers, compiled by Alice Beard (1989); Includes information from Little Britain Meeting in Lancaster County Mary Moody
Lancaster County Marriage Records, 1753-1854, compliled by Annette Simpson (1986) Margaret James
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Births, 2 vols,  1723-1777, 1778-1800; compiled by John T Humphrey. Deborah Wiemer
Register of Marriages and Baptisms performed by Rev. Cuthbertson 1751-1791, compiled by S. Helen Fields (1934) Margaret James
Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Wills, 3 vols, 1732-1785, 1786-1820, 1821-1830; compiled by Edward N Wevodau, (1995-2000) Joe Wolfe

Deborah Wiemer

Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 1-5, compiled by F. Edward Wright (1999-2001) Joe Wolfe
Records of Pastoral Acts at Emanuel Lutheran Church, known in the eighteenth century as the Warwick congregation, near Brickerville, Elizabeth Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1743-1799, compiled by Frederick S. Weiser (1983) Diane Stober
Trinity Lutheran Church Records, 3 vols, 1730-1767, 1768-1782, 1782-1796 [Lancaster City], compiled by Debra D. Smith and Frederick S. Weiser (1988-1998) Joe Wolfe

Deborah Wiemer

Cemetery Records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Vol 3 (Lancaster, Leacock, Little Britain, Manheim, Manor, Martic, Mount Joy and Paradise), compiled by Dr. Shirley A Harmon (2002) Deborah Wiemer
Cemetery Records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Vol 5 (Strasburg, Upper Leacock, Warwick, West Cocalico and West Donegal), compiled by Dr. Shirley A Harmon (2003) Deborah Wiemer

Family Histories

Reference Contact
The Brenneman History by Albert H. Gerberich (1938) Linda Garrett
A History of the Harnly Family by Mrs Henry H. Harnley (1903) F. Vincent Hernley
Genealogical Records of Rev. Hans Her (b. 1639) and his Lineal Descendants by Theodore W. Herr (1908) Al Boulanger
Leibensperger Family History by Elmer I. Leibensperger (1943) Jim Hutchins
Warfel and Allied Families by Stanley and Jane Warfel (1979) Louis Warfel

Miscellaneous

Reference Contact
James H. Bryson's Lancaster City Directory (1843) Margaret James
Index to 1864 Bridgens' Atlas of Lancaster County Margaret James

Carolyn Mattern

The Three Earls: An Historical Sketch, and proceedings of the Centennial Jubilee, held at New Holland, Pa., July 4, 1876; Pub. Rank & Sandoe (1876) Deborah Wiemer
A History of the Muddy Creek Reformed Congregation, East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Rev. Martin W. Schweitzer, Ph.D Pastor, by William John Hinke (1936) Deborah Wiemer
A History of the New Holland Charge of the Reformed Church in Lancaster County, Pa., by Darius Wiliam Gerhard (1877) Deborah Wiemer
The 175th Anniversary of the Founding of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania by J.E. Witteker and Aden B. MacIntosh (1905, 1936) Deborah Wiemer
The Commemoration of the Sesqui-Centennial of First Reformed Church, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (1926) Deborah Wiemer
History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, To which is prefixed a Brief Sketch of the Early History of Pennsylvania by I. Daniel Rupp (1845) Deborah Wiemer
Biographical History of Lancaster County: being a History of Early Settlers and Eminent Mane of the County: by Alex. Harris, 1872. Linda Garrett



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