Difference between revisions of "David Martin Mennonites: 1917-1927"

From Anabaptistwiki
(Added Section)
(→‎1918: addition)
 
(11 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
Church history states that, on '''July 1, 1917''', "[[David B. Martin: Pioneer of Mennonite Orthodoxy|David B. Martin]] & Daniel Brubacher as ministers & David W. Martin as deacon held first meeting in Jacob W. Martins house and the next Sunday in Peter Brubacher's house. They had withdrawn from the Old Order church in previous years.""<ref>Amos Sherk: Unpublished History, page 1. </ref>
+
===1917===
 +
 
 +
Church history states that, on '''July 1, 1917''', "[[David B. Martin: Pioneer of Mennonite Orthodoxy|David B. Martin]] & Daniel Brubacher as ministers & David W. Martin as deacon held first meeting in Jacob W. Martins house and the next Sunday in Peter Brubacher's house. They had withdrawn from the Old Order church in previous years.""<ref>Amos Sherk: Unpublished history of the Orthodox and David Martin Mennonites (Primary Source), no date, page 1.</ref>
 +
 
 +
===1918===
 +
 
 +
Ascension Day- Daniel Brubacher made Bishop.
 +
 
 +
Feb. 7- Mrs. Peter P. Martin died- 51 yr. 6 mo. 23 days.
 +
 
 +
May 26- first communion held with 48 members
  
 
===See Also===
 
===See Also===
  
[[Independent Old Order Mennonite Church]]
+
:[[Independent Old Order Mennonite Church]]
 +
:[[David Martin Mennonites: 1928-1937]]
 +
:[[David Martin Mennonites: 1938-1947]]
 +
:[[David Martin Mennonites: 1948-1957]]
 +
 
 +
===References===

Latest revision as of 19:27, 23 February 2017

1917

Church history states that, on July 1, 1917, "David B. Martin & Daniel Brubacher as ministers & David W. Martin as deacon held first meeting in Jacob W. Martins house and the next Sunday in Peter Brubacher's house. They had withdrawn from the Old Order church in previous years.""[1]

1918

Ascension Day- Daniel Brubacher made Bishop.

Feb. 7- Mrs. Peter P. Martin died- 51 yr. 6 mo. 23 days.

May 26- first communion held with 48 members

See Also

Independent Old Order Mennonite Church
David Martin Mennonites: 1928-1937
David Martin Mennonites: 1938-1947
David Martin Mennonites: 1948-1957

References

  1. Amos Sherk: Unpublished history of the Orthodox and David Martin Mennonites (Primary Source), no date, page 1.