Includes bibliographical references: p. 105-108.
|Statement||edited by Victor D. Kliewer.|
|Series||Essex-Kent Mennonite historical series -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Kliewer, Victor D., 1945-, Essex-Kent Mennonite Historical Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
The Mennonites in Essex and Kent Counties, Ontario an Introduction. Category. No Comments; The last regular Mennonite worship services were held before , and the last Mennonite farm family left the island in Some Mennonite individuals and families have lived there for stretches of time since then. If you want to learn more about Mennonites in Essex County, read In Search of Promised Lands. The Mennonites in Essex and Kent Counties, Ontario an Introduction. By bifoc 0. 92 The Mennonites in Essex and Kent counties, Ontario an. *The information about the Schletheim Confession comes from Victor D. Kliewer’s The Mennonites in Essex and Kent Counties, Essex-Kent Mennonite .
History of Essex County: with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers Item Preview Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original . Early Settlement History. The first Europeans to settle in Essex County were French. Former soldiers from Fort Ponchartrain or Fort Detroit crossed the Detroit River about and began settling in Amherstburg, Sandwich and on the banks of Turkey Creek. Ontario (Upper Canada) History and Pioneer Family Research. Queen's Own Rifles - Old Photos of Members. Upper Canada District Maps (Circa ) Upper Canada (Ontario) History Books On-Line Index. Ontario County Directories Victoria, Haliburton, Hastings, Peterborough, Durham, Northumberland, Muskoka, and Old Ontario County. Formation of Essex County. In , the province of Upper Canada was formed. In , Upper Canada was divided into nineteen counties, of which Essex was the eighteenth and part of the Western District. At that time, the eastern boundary of Essex County extended further east into what is now Kent County.
Hotels near Essex Kent Mennonite Historical Society: ( km) Wigle's Motel ( km) Talbot Trail Inn & Suites ( km) Quality Inn Leamington ( km) Rymal's Motel ( km) Duck Pond Bed and Breakfast Cottage; View all hotels near Essex Kent Mennonite Historical Society on Tripadvisor/52 TripAdvisor reviews. Recommended Citation. H. Belden & Co., "Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Counties of Essex and Kent, " (). SWODA: Windsor & Region Publications. The following items are available for purchase. Please keep in mind that the prices do not include shipping and handling. Books can ordered from the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario by: Email: [email protected]; Mail: Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario c/o Conrad Grebel University College Westmount Rd. Waterloo, ON N2L 3G6. Lewis Burkholder’s A Brief History of Mennonites in Ontario, published in , is a “brief” book compared to Sam Steiner’s new book on the same topic: In Search of Promised Lands: A Religious History of Mennonites in Ontario.. The book was released on Ma , at Conrad Grebel University College, where the retired Grebel librarian and former Mennonite Archives of Ontario.