Feb 5: Leon Proctor Dies.
Jun 24: New Pages
- Henry H. Sharer
- Hillcrest Cemetery and it's Russian Mennonite Memorial in Florence, KS.
Aug 3: 1728 Naturalization Document for Pennsylvania Mennonites.
links to a copy of the orignal document signed by about 200 resident alien
Mennonites to qualify for naturalization by the colony of Pennsylvania.
It includes copies of the original signatures. The signature of Peder Gut
matches the other signatures we have by our immigrant ancestor
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This is the first time we have been able to connect Peter to this document.
Sep 7: Lelah M. Kirgan.
Although the grave marker for this little girl is the centerpiece of the memorial to the Russian Mennonite immigrants of 1874-1875 at the Hillcrest Cemetery in Florence, KS, she was not one of the immigrants.
Dec 10: Bowmansville, PA.
Although our Good ancestors often are said to be from the
Bowmansville area since 1737, the village of Bowmansville was founded
only in 1820 by
Samuel Bowman, a great grandson of
who was one of the original Pequea
settlers of 1710.
Dec 23: I. B. & Lizzie Good Farm.
dated 1917 and 1918 from Millie Croy.