Church of the
Brethren Churches & Cemeteries
(German Baptist Brethren)
This web site deals with cemeteries that belong to or were closely associated with the German Baptist Brethren that later became Church of the Brethren and information out of the church newspapers about the churches dealing with their organization and advancement or election of elder, minister and deacon, etc.
For the Old German Baptist Brethren churches and cemeteries click on this link.
This site currently DOES NOT include church or cemeteries of the Brethren churches or the Dunkard churches.
Sometimes a church cemetery could start out as a German Baptist Brethren [COB] and later became a Old German Baptist Brethren, Brethren or Dunkard Church, or all the different branches of the Brethren churches could have used the same cemetery. It can get confessing sometimes.
The word Dunkard has been used by people to refer to any of the above branches of the Brethren churches.
This is an ongoing project. More church and cemetery information will be added as I find it.
If you know of any Brethren cemetery not list, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org (Dennis Roth)
|Delaware||District of Columbia||Florida||Georgia||Idaho|
I believe the following states had no organized churches in them.
Alaska - Connecticut -Hawaii - New Hampshire- Maine - Massachusetts - Mississippi - Nevada - Rhode Island - Vermont
Please report any broken links to the e-mail address below.
Some other Church of the Brethren (German Baptist Brethren) links.
|OR/WA||Link to the Oregon and Washington Church of the Brethren Historical site|
|S DAK.||Link to Brethren churches that were organized in South Dakota|
|Utah||Link to the only Brethren church organized in Utah|
Link to Obituary index of the German Baptist Brethren (Church of the Brethren)
Brethren Almanac's (1881, 1884, 1900, 1903, 1909)
Link to Church of The Brethren Fellowship of Brethren Genealogists
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