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George Elias Limbert


George Elias Limbert, son of Henry and Catherine (Long) Limbert, was born in Madisonburg, Centre County, Pa., Dec. 30th, 1865, and died Feb 25th, 1907, in Altoona, Pa., aged forty-one years, one month and twenty-five days. He prepared for college at Spring Mills academy, and taught at Madisonburg and Millheim. He graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 1890, and from the Lancaster Seminary in 1893. His first charge was Grove City [Christ Reformed Church, Liberty Township, near Grove City], Mercer County, Pa., where he labored seven years. He organized a new congregation in Grove City, and was stated clerk of St. Paulís Classis. In 1900 he became pastor in Danville, Pa., and in 1905 came to Altoona, Pa.. He left a wife, whose maiden name was Flora Moyer, and one son Paul, who was valedictorian of his class at Franklin and Marshall College in 1918.† 


The History of the Pittsburgh Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States: prepared in commemoration of its fiftieth anniversary, by David B. Lady, 1920, pages 191-192.†


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