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Detweiler Meetinghouse: A History of Mennonites near Roseville, Ontario


Description
Author:
Good, Reg, Author
Media Type:
Text
Publication
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Books
Description:
A history of Detweiler's Meetinghouse built in 1855 which is the only surviving stone meetinghouse built by Mennonites in Ontario. It was restored in 1996. Preacher Jacob F. Detweiler and deacon Jacob H. Detweiler had been ordained in the Funkite Mennonite Church in Pennsylvania before they immigrated to Roseville in 1822 and formed a congregation there.
Publisher:
Detweiler Meetinghouse Inc.
Place of Publication:
Roseville ON
Collation:
96 pages
Date of Publication:
1999
Subject(s):
ID Number:
OX 207.02 Box 1
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Terms of Use:
For reference use only - non-circulating
Reproduction Notes:
Copy to view:
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
82 Light Street, Woodstock ON
email: oxford@ogs.on.ca
http://www.ogs.on.ca/oxford/index.html
Contact
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

Oxford County Branch

82 Light St. Woodstock, ON

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Detweiler Meetinghouse: A History of Mennonites near Roseville, Ontario


A history of Detweiler's Meetinghouse built in 1855 which is the only surviving stone meetinghouse built by Mennonites in Ontario. It was restored in 1996. Preacher Jacob F. Detweiler and deacon Jacob H. Detweiler had been ordained in the Funkite Mennonite Church in Pennsylvania before they immigrated to Roseville in 1822 and formed a congregation there.