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Christian Esch Sermons, 1849-1882 | Mennonite Church USA Archives

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ID: HM1/030

Primary Creator: Esch, Christian (1818-1882)

Extent: 0.2 Linear Feet. More info below.

Arrangement: Flat

Date Acquired: 04/03/1950

Subjects: Mennonites - Illinois

Forms of Material: Sermons

Languages: English, German

Scope and Contents of the Materials

A ledger book of sermons written by a minister and bishop of Partridge Mennonite Church (Metamora, Ill.).  Contains six funeral sermons, a sermons about marriage, a sermon about baptism, and a number of sermons on specific scriptures.  Scattered diary entries may also be found in the ledger book.  The collection includes a preservation photocopy of the ledger book, a German transcription, and an English translation of the sermons.  Also includes an undated manuscript assumed to be Esch's.

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Mennonites - Illinois

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Repository: Mennonite Church USA Archives

Alternate Extent Statement: 1 half archives box

Access Restrictions: These materials are open for public research.

Use Restrictions: Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. Copyright not owned by the Mennonite Church USA Archives.

Acquisition Source: Mrs. Walter E. Yoder, no accession number assigned

Preferred Citation: Christian Esch Sermons, 1849-1882.  HM1-030.  Mennonite Church USA Archives - Goshen.  Goshen, Indiana.

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