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Name Brethren Church
Number of Archive records 49
Number of Library records 76
Number of Object records 10
Number of Photo records 313
Updated -4712-01-01

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Brethren Church Archives -

Dorothy A. Carpenter scrabook 1973 to 1975 Brethren Churches, Brethren nursing homes Brethren Care, Inc. -Ashland, Ohio, Flora, Indiana, Brethren Camps-Retreats, Ashland College, Ministerial Student Aid.

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Austin Moherman papers (1817-1894) - Austin Moherman papers (1817-1894)

Austin Moherman was born June 2, 1817 to Frederick Moherman and Hary (Horn) Moherman. He was the seventh of nine children who lived on a farm in Austintown, Ohio. In the 1840's Austin Moherman came to Ashland County to try his hand at farming by purchasing 210 acres sounth of Ashland City. These original acres were expanded to 1258 acres, and eventually became known as Moherman Corners. Being a firm supporter of the German Baptist Church, in February 20, 1878 he plus several other members of the Ashland community meet to formally establish Ashland College. Donating $1000.00 at this initial meeting would illustrate his belief in the importance of higher education. Over the course of se

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Ashland University Archives - The Phoenix Flight A Pagent

A play detailing the history of Ashland College from 1878 to 1952. The script also contains a narrative of early Brethren Church history. The pagent was written in response to the fire which destroyed old Founders Hall in 1952.

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State of Ohio These article of incorporation The Brethren Church Witnesseth, that we, the undersigned all of whom are citizens of the State of Ohio, desiring to form a corporation not for profit under the general corporation laws of said State do hereby certify: First. The name of said corporation shall be The Brethren Church Second. Said corporation shall be located and its principal business to transact at West Independence in Hancock County Ohio. Third. The purpose for which said corporation is formed is not for profit but to provide a place of worship for its members to be conducted according to the rules and disciplne of the Brethren Church, to promote the interest of the christ

Image of Brethren Church Archives Manuscript Collections - First Brethren Church Secretary's Minute Book Jan. 17, 1912

Brethren Church Archives Manuscript Collections - First Brethren Church Secretary's Minute Book Jan. 17, 1912

First Brethren Church Secretary's Minute Book Jan. 17, 1912 First Brethren Church Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Brethren Evangelist cash book for October 7, 1914 to August 26, 1916. The Brethren Evangelist is the official publication of the Brethren Church National Office in Ashland, Ohio. The Brethren Evangelist has been published since 1883 by the Brethren Publishing Company, Ashland, Ohio.

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Brethren Church Archives - Brethren Evangelist cash book for August 1, 1925 to September 1, 1926.

Brethren Evangelist cash book for August 1, 1925 to September 1, 1926. The Brethren Evangelist is the official publication of the Brethren Church National Office in Ashland, Ohio. The Brethren Evangelist has been published since 1883 by the Brethren Publishing Company, Ashland, Ohio.

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Faith M. Greene collection - Faith M. Green collection

The Faith M. Green collection contains information related both to her years as assistant librarian here at Ashland University and also when she was an Ashland University student in 1937. Also note the information concerning her father William C. Benshoff, a minister in the Brethren Church.

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Brethren Church Archives - Article of Incorporation of the Brethren Church

Hand written document for the incorporation of the Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio. August 25, 1883. Contains wax seal and signature of Secretary of State-Ohio, James W. Newman. Document contains 4 pages. Size is 27 by 41 cm.

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Brethren Evangelist cash book for June 27, 1938 to December 29, 1944. The Brethren Evangelist is the official publication of the Brethren Church National Office in Ashland, Ohio. The Brethren Evangelist has been published since 1883 by the Brethren Publishing Company, Ashland, Ohio.

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Brethren Evangelist cash book single page for September 1, 1954 to October 12, 1954 The Brethren Evangelist is the official publication of the Brethren Church National Office in Ashland, Ohio. The Brethren Evangelist has been published since 1883 by the Brethren Publishing Company, Ashland, Ohio.

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Brethren Evangelist cash book for August 1, 1916 to July 29, 1918. The Brethren Evangelist is the official publication of the Brethren Church National Office in Ashland, Ohio. The Brethren Evangelist has been published since 1883 by the Brethren Publishing Company, Ashland, Ohio.

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Brethren Evangelist cash book August 3, 1918 to July 31, 1920. The Brethren Evangelist is the official publication of the Brethren Church National Office in Ashland, Ohio. The Brethren Evangelist has been published since 1883 by the Brethren Publishing Company, Ashland, Ohio.

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Albert T. Ronk Manuscript Collection -

The following collection is a compliation of Dr. Ronk's writings.

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Brethren Church Archives - State of Ohio Articles of Incoporation The Firestone Park Brethren Church Akron, Ohio

Filed Feb. 27, 1945 No. 189097 State of Ohio Articles of Incorporation of the Firestone Park Brethren Church the undersigend, a majority of whom are citizens of the United State, desiring to form a corporation, not for profit, under the General Corpoartion Act of Ohio, do hereby certify: First. The name of said corporation shall be The Firestone Park Brethren Church Second. The palce in this State where the principal office of the corporation is to be located is Akron, Summit County. Third. The purpose or purposes for which said coporation is formed are: To provide a meeting palce for the worship of God and to spread the gospel of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Fourth. The follo

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Brethren Evangelist cash book for November 2, 1892 to September 29, 1994. The Brethren Evangelist is the official publication of the Brethren Church National Office in Ashland, Ohio. The Brethren Evangelist has been published since 1883 by the Brethren Publishing Company, Ashland, Ohio.

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Transfer of deed from I. D. Bowman to Ashand University. October 18, 1922.

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Brethren Church Archives - Cash Book Pennsylvania District Brethren Church

Cash Book Pennsylvania District Brethren Church Cash expenses and income from July 1942 to April 1983. Brethren Home Fund Pa District Training Center Fund Penna District Board of Christian Education

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Chas. A. Bame collection - Charles A. Bame collection

Dr. Chas A. Bame was born on a farm, three and one-half miles west of Williamstown, Ohio, in Hancock County, on September 27, 1873, the son of John and Lucinda Bame. He was the second of five sons: Jesse, Charles, Noah, Sharon and Roland. There were also two sisters; Mary and May. In his early years he attended the Methodist church on what is now U. S. Route 30. Laster, as a young man, he become a member of the Eagle Creek Church of the Brethren, and from that church was "elected" by the congregation to the ministry, when he was twenty-five years of age. He attended Ohio Northern University at Ada, Ohio, and Manchester College at North Manchester, Indiana for his theological study.