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Golden Jubilee of Zion Lutheran Church - Published in 1910
Author
Publisher Louis Lange Publishing Co., St. Louis, MO
City St.Louis
County MO
State MO
Price $25.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
40 pages, includes a brief history of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church and school, including various persons such as pastors and church elders.
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Golden Jubilee of Zion Lutheran Church (German) - Published in 1910
Author
Publisher Louis Lange Publishing Co., St. Louis, MO
City St.Louis
County MO
State MO
Price $25.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
40 pages, includes a brief history of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church and school, including various persons such as pastors and church elders, also states the order of evening service, entirely in German.
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Grace in the Past Faith for the Future - Published in 1987
Author Gloria Bundy
Publisher Church Council
City Maeystown
County Monroe IL
State IL
Price $30.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
442 pages, St. John's Evangelical United Church of Christ, Deutsche Evangelische St. Johannnes Gemeinde.
Includes a history of the pastors, charter members, finance, and missions of the church.
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Historic Churches in St Louis - Published in
Author
Publisher Archdiocesan Council of the Laity
City St.Louis
County MO
State MO
Price $10.00 (plus $2.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
40 pages, includes the history of various notable churches/cathedrals in St.Louis categorized by location and founding dates, gives name of 'current' pastor and phone number. Cathedral of St.Louis, St.Louis Basilica, St. Mary of Victories, St. John Nepomuk, Sts. Peter and Paul, St. Vincent de Paul, St. Francis de Sales, St. John Apostle and Evangelist, St. Francis Xavier, St. Alphonsus, St. Liborius, Most Holy Trinity, St. Peter-St.Charles, St. Charles Borromeo, Shrine of Blessed Phillipine Duchesne, Old St. Ferdinand Shrine, and St. Stanislaus Museum of Jesuit History.
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Historical Review United Methodist Church (1820-1987) - Published in 1987
Author The History Committee
Publisher unk
City Pocahontas
County Bond IL
State IL
Price $25.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
112 pages; Includes a history of the church, parsonage, music, custodial care, pastors, highlights, groups and membership, baptisms, marriages, burials, and bertha davis mementos. Surnames therein ; Nottrott, Featherstun, Britt, Mulford, Crownover, Holt, Cordonnier, Ragland, Turley, Scheu, Leckrone, Gillespie, Swofford, Jenner, Lamkin, Beaird, Weiss, Skinner.
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History of Emmanuel Episcopal Church 1866-1966 - Published in 1966
Author Dorothy A. Rehkopf
Publisher Private
City Webster Groves
County St. Louis Missouri
State Missouri
Price $10.00 (plus $2.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This 50 page booklet is chock full of information and photographs of the Emmanuel Episcopal in Webster Groves, Missouri. There is a full page photo of Philip Nelson Mead, the first rector of Emmanuel Parish. There are also lists of pastors, clubs, building changes over the years, Emmanuel's Outreach Program, Music at Emmanuel, Facts from the Archives, People and Organizations, Chronological List of Rectors and Assisting Ministers, photos and details of Emmanuel's Memorial Windows, and a bibliography.

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History of the Missouri Methodist Church - Published in 1965
Author Frank F. Stephens
Publisher Parthenon Press
City Columbia
County MO
State MO
Price $30.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
Table of Contents:
Foreword
Acknowledgements
1. Origin and Organization of the Methodist Episcopal Church
2. Western Expansion of the Church and the Establishment of the Missouri Conference in 1816
3.The Missouri Compromise and its Effect upon te church
4. Building of the Union Church and Organization of Columbia Circuit
5. Slavery Questios Divide the Church in 1844. Columbia "goes South"
6. First Methodist Church Building in Columbia
7. The Uneasy Fifties
8. "Martyrdom in Missouri"
9. Back to Normalcy
10. The Columbia Methodist Congregration Outgrows its First Church and Builds its Second
11. Growth of the Church Through the last third of the 19th Century
12. Building of the Broadway Church
13. The Broadway Church moves Forward with Methodism
14. Growth Circumscribed by Lack of Space.
15. The State Assumes Partial Responsibility for Expansion
16. Construction of the Missouri Methodist Church
17. The Church Through the Great Depression
18. Methodism becomes a United Church
19. Final Settlement of the Building Debts, and Dedication of the Misouri Methodist Church
20. The Church Looks to the Future

Appendixes
1. Church Statistics.
2. Boradway Church Pastors and Officers
3. Some Church Officials, 1930-1965, Missouri Methodist Church
4. Sessions of Missouri Conference
-From its Formation in 1845
-From Formation of M.E. Church, South, 1845-1880
- From 1881-1946
-From 1917 to Uniting Conference of 1939
-From United Methodism to Reorganization of te Missouri Area, 1961
- From Organazation of te Missouri East Conference, 1961-1964
5. General Conferences, m.e. Church, South
6. Declaration of Union, 1939

INDEX
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Holy Spirit Catholic Church Directory - Published in 1995
Author unknown
Publisher Holy Spirit Congregation
City Carroll
County IA
State IA
Price $0.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
A directory including color photographs of the congreations. Many members, such as Shawn and Michon Bakke, LaVerne and Mabel Bauer,Alma Derner, Betty Bushman, Josh Arellano, Greg and Denise Lux, Louis and Eunice Starman, Gerald and Karol Wiederien.

27 pages
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Immanuel Lutheran Church Washington MO - Published in 1976
Author unknown
Publisher Immanuel Lutheran Church
City Washington
County MO
State MO
Price $15.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
Pastor's Message from Rev. Richard F. Loesche
Includes members of the church and pictures of their families.
1. Worship
2.Sing Praises
3. Teaching
-Bible Classes
4. Sunday School
5. Service
-Altar Guild
-LWML
-Ladies Aid
6. Organizations
-Earnest Workers
-Men's Club
7. Merry Mates
8. Youth Group
9. Cemetery
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June 1923 Walther League Magazine - Published in 1923
Author Miss Emma Schumann, Editor in Chief
Publisher St. Louis Walther League
City St. Louis
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $10.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
Who's Who in Our Local League - Eric H. Kaeppel - article and photo
Chinese Missionary Group Photo and Article - Miss Olive Gruen, Mrs. George Lillegard, Mrs. H. C. Klein, Rev. Gebhardt

Musical Notes
Miss Hulda Eickhoff

Bowling Report
Ida Bruenig, Esther Brink, Mrs. Louise Reitz Guge

Our Hospice Home
Miss Lola Nollman, Miss Louise Bentfeldt, Miss Esther Zutz, Mrs. Barthel, Miss Elsa Brauer

Mr. Boester Bids Flashes Adieu

Marriages
Runge and Thielker
Bollmann and Hitzemann
Lottmann and Doenges
Ahring and Lottmann
John and Whelie
Drebes and Krato
Wissman and Alpers
Muench and Wolf

Interesting Bits of Info
Mr. Alvin Welp
Mr. Oliver Selle
Mr. Weiherman

Plus there are ads for local businesses. You recognize many well known names.

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Memoirs of St Marys Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Pittsburg KS - Published in 1956
Author unknown
Publisher unknown
City Pittsburg
County Crawford Kansas
State Kansas
Price $15.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
104 pages
List of pastors, associates, parishioners, history of the parish, photos and more.
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Mount Carmel Methodist Church- Church History Booklets, Articles, Photos - Published in 1817-1967
Author Unknown
Publisher
City Mount Carmel
County Illinois
State Illinois
Price $30.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
There are four booklets of information and photographs.

Program of Opening Services in Sanctuary of the New Church Feb 19, 1950.
History of the church with sketches of old church plus photographs.
Photos of trustees and pastors.

First Methodist Church of Mt. Carmel, IL 1817-1952
This copy belonged to Inza Ravenstein.
Photos of resident bishop and pastor, list of trustees, history of church.
Interior photos of church, list of pastors and ministers who served the church.
Order of the Worship Service

Religious Beginnings of Mount Carmel, Illinois from Oct. 1965
Photos and history of the church.
Newspaper photo of church taken 1877 after tornado destruction.
This building now housed Daily Republican Register newspaper.
Newspaper photo of the tombstone of Frances, wife of Rev. Wm Beauchamp, founder.

First Methodist Church, Fifth and Mulberry Streets, Mt. Carmel, IL
Sesquicentennial Celebration of November 12, 1967
History and photos of church, photo of Rev. Beauchamp's headstone.
List of Full Time Christian Workers from the church and where they are serving.
Order of Worship

This is a treasure trove of information for anyone connected with Mt. Carmel Methodist Church.

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Mount Tabor United Church of Christ Directory - Published in 1960's
Author Unk
Publisher Pictorial Church Directories of America
City St. Louis
County MO
State MO
Price $10.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
Directory with black/white photos plus name/addresses of members.
A Brief History of Mount Tabor Methodist Church.
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On This Rock - 100 Years of Ministry 1889-1989 A History of National Heights Baptist Church (formerly Third Baptist Church and East Avenue Baptist Church) - Published in 1989
Author Nina Barclay Beatie
Publisher unk
City Springfield
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $15.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
176 pages
Photo Directory of some members
Historic photos
Signed by Author

Nina Barclay Beatie resisted the temptation to write history recounting successive building programs and pastoral leadership changes. Rather, she has told the story of this congregation through the lives and events of the members.
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One Hundred Twenty Five Years: The History of St. Peter's Church in Kirkwood, MO - Published in 1957
Author Mary Broderick Chomeau
Publisher Hilton Printing
City Kirkwood
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $25.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
Table of Contents
The Summoning Sheep Bell
The Parish Begins to Grow
The Lares and Penates of Farther Van der Sanden
The Melting Pot
The End of the Century
Father Coyle's Fifteen Years
Father Westhoff Comes to St. Peter's
St. Peter's School and Eugene Coyle High School
St. Peter's Parish Through World War II
Diary Notes on the Building Era
Assistant Priests
Priests and Religious from the Parish Beginning with the Year 1941
Through a Liturgical Year at St. Peter's
Bibliography
Index

Some surnames in the book:Deutschmann, Klein, Vogelgesang,
, Charleville, Sappington, Matthews, McCullough, Bodley, Ryan, Kane,
McLoughlin, Kelly, Cahill, Blankemeier, Hennessey, Meller, Aelen, Alger, Atwater, Auringer,
Ballman, Beck, Berg, Bisch, Blasé, Bonacum, Borgna, Brownfield, Brauner, Bopp, Dilschneiderhahn,
John David Burke, Charleville Family, H. Owen Collins, Compton, Corley, Cowie, Coyle, Daly Family,
Francis Deck, Doorack, Dubuque, Rev. Wendelin Dunker, Eberle, Ebert, P. S. Elliott, Etzkorn,
Fischer, Fister, Fitzsimmons, Forst, Fridolin Fuchs, Geders, Gegg, Gill, Gillespie, Godfrey, Hamill, Hartenbach, Meimbucher, Hoar, Hoing, Holmes, Frank Julius, Kain, Kelly, Klinkhardt, Kotinek, Rudolph Kremer, Rose Kuhlmann, Hiram Leffingwell, Charles Leisse, Raymond Maritz, Raymond Masek, Michael McLoughlin, Jack Mehr, John Mitchell, John Niehaus, Oberkoetter, Joseph Podrasky, Mrs. Emily Quail, Ann Ryan, Colonel William Sager, Gottfried Schiller, Oscar Schneiderhahn, John Storm, Timon Sisters, Van der Sanden, H. B. Venneman, Vogelgesang Family, George Wallweber, Miss Dorothy Willman, and more.

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One Hundred Years of History: Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church 1895-1995 - Published in 1995
Author Cora Lee Smith
Publisher Private
City Kansas City
County Jackson Missouri
State Missouri
Price $35.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
I bought this centennial church book because I believe it will be an excellent resource for a family researcher. There is a detailed history complete with many photos of church members and pastors. It also includes the mission statement of the church and its strategic plan.

There are photos of many groups including the following: Former Pastors 1895-1995, Associate Pastors, Pioneer Members 60 Years and Over, Members of the Centennial History Book Committee,Choirs, Quartets, Singers, Precious Memories of 1942, Tom Thumb Wedding of 1945, The Lankford's, Male Chorus of 1946, Young Senior Choir of 1946, Musicals of 1947, 1948, Usher Board, Senior Choir of 1951-1961, Male Chorus, Music Group 1951-1961, Sisters of Charity, Sarah Augusta Diggs, 12 Divisions, Youth Group of 1953, and many other groups.

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Kathy Wieland in St. Louis, MO
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Our Centennial History 1893-1993 St. Mary's Parish in Belleville, IL - Published in 1993
Author none
Publisher Bach & Associates of Belleville, IL
City Belleville
County St. Clair Illinois
State Illinois
Price $25.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This book traces the history of St. Mary's (Our Lady of Good Counsel) Church in Belleville, IL. It includes photos of the former pastors, the original Church of St. Mary, the original grotto, a financial statement from 1897 for the parish, the old rectory of St. Mary, the 1916 Confirmation Class, the old convent, the interior of the church before the 1914 fire, the 1932 church interior, the Holy Name Society 1942-43, damage from the March 15, 1938 tornado, the Bell Tower, and more.

The History of St. Mary School is also included in the booklet along with pictures of the original school and more. There are group photos of the Grade School Classes of 1993-94.

Also included are the following: Noteworthy Events in St. Mary's History, Missionaries from the Parish, Pastors, Associate Pastors, Sons of St. Mary and Daughters of St. Mary's (religious vocations), Parish Groups and Ministers, paragraphs on parish organizations, a list of memorials, patrons, and friends.
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Our Lady of Providence Catholic Church Dedication October 30, 1955 Pardee Road Grantwood, Missouri - Published in 1955
Author Unknown
Publisher Unknown
City Grantwood
County St. Louis County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $10.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This booklet gives a short history of the parish and contains photos of the inside/outside of church
along with some construction photos. There is a list of parish members and many ads from local businesses.

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Rebuild My Church-St. Anthony of Padua Parish in St. Louis, MO - Published in 1994
Author Nini Harris
Publisher Unknown
City St. Louis
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $5.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This booklet contains photos from the famous 1994 fire at St. Anthony of Padua
Parish in St. Louis, MO. There is a short one page history of St. Anthony Parish also.
The book also contains pages of ads of individuals, businesses, and parishes who
supported the rebuilding of the historic church.

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Remembrance 1850-1925 Diamond Jubilee of the German St. Vincent's Orphan Society in St. Louis, MO - Published in 1925
Author Committee
Publisher Unknown
City Normandy
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $20.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
Historical Sketch of the German St. Vincent's Orphan Association
-Introduction - Catholic Orphanages in St. Louis
-Foundation of the German St. Vincent's Orphan
-The Second Cholera Epidemic - The Erection of a Chapel - The Home
-Losses by Fire - Three Pupils of the Home Ordained to the Priesthood
-Silver Jubilee of the Orphan Society - The Second Quarter Century
-The Golden Jubilee of the Society and Orphanage
-Death of Mother Theresa - First Confirmation Services-Building of the New Home
-Completion and Dedication of the New Home
-The Influenza Visits the Home - Various Large Donations - Many improvements in the Home
-Conclusions - Results - The Diamond Jubilee Hopes for the Future

Photos of the Home
Photos of large groups of children
Photo of interior Chapel

History of German St. Vincent Orphanage in German by Rev. John Rothensteiner

Photos of Interior of Home
List of Presidents and Secretaries of German St. Vincent's Orphan Home 1850-1925

Some baseball teams of the Home.
Former pupils our the Home who became priests.
Past
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Rev. Roy Gattis, Pastor of Grace United Methodist Church in Alton, IL - Published in before 1940
Author Unknown
Publisher Unknown
City Alton
County Madison County Illinois, Texas, Missouri, Arizona, New Mexico
State Illinois, Texas, Missouri, Arizona, New Mexico
Price $10.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This booklet from Grace United Methodist Church in Alton, Illinois has a
large photo of their pastor, Rev. Roy Gattis. It also includes a list of committees,
services, church officials, and more.

From the obit of Rev. William Roy Mathis Gattis
San Antonio Express dated 19 May 1940

Beeville, May 18.
Funeral Services for Rev. William Roy Mathis Gattis, 48, member of a prominent Live Oak family, were held this afternoon.

Rev. Gattis died May 15 at Winslow, Arizona where he had been a hospital patient for the past year. He was a native of Eastland County, Texas. He held Methodist pastorates at Kirksville, MO, Alton, IL, and Canton, MO prior to becoming ill and forced to move to New Mexico and Arizona for his health.

Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Thelma Gattis; a son, Roy Gattis of Kankakee, IL, and a daughter, Mary Elizabeth of Santa Fe, New Mexico, four sisters, Mrs. Gracie Ault, Blackwell, Texas, Mrs. A. W. Kinkler of Clareville, Mrs. A. J. Kimball of Minteral and Mrs. Lester Lewis of Clareville, and five brothers, W. E. Gattis of Elgin, R. P. Gattis of Louisiana, Ernest Gattis of Port Arthur, T. L. Gattis of George West and Dee Gattis of Bellville.
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Saint Lucas Church Saint Louis - Published in 1905
Author unk
Publisher unk
City St. Louis
County MO
State MO
Price $10.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
In German.

Includes pictures of the church and people
Names found in book:
Joseph Asher Steinhart
List of some last names of the Contributors to the Church (does not include all last names in the booklet)
Abmeyer
Bach
Bender
Bright
Binder
Braatz
Crecelius
Detjen
Dietrich
Engel
Hagelmann
Heim
Hoops
Juengel
Keller
Krueger
Meister
Rott
Ruder
Schaper
Vasel
Weber
Werner
Wohlschlaeger
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Sanctuary in Soulard: The First 150 years of Saints Peter and Paul Parish in St. Louis, MO - Published in 1999
Author Committee
Publisher Unknown
City St. Louis
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $20.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This is an excellent history of Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in St. Louis, Missouri.
There are photos of the church, priests, assistants, communicants, confirmands,
graduation classes, school plays, and other events. There are also short
paragraphs of memories of the school and high school plus liturgical events.

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Seventy Fifth Anniversary of Salem Evangelical Church - Published in 1919
Author unk
Publisher Salem Evangelical
City Huntingburg
County DuBois IN
State IN
Price $30.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
26 pages; Printed in both German and English, contains historic photos of C.L. Langerhans, Balsmeyer, Richardt, Peters, Felmeyer, Kilian, Spitzer, Geiss, Menke, Bretz, Risch, Ankele, Ziemer, Wulfmann, Scheliha, Repke, Hotz, Bauermeister, Spathelf, also includes a brief history of the church, the pastors (above mentioned), the Sunday school, several groups such as the Willing Workers, English Bible Class, Ladies Mutual Aid Society (Frick, Meyer, Schlesing, Castrup), The Men's Sick Benefit Society (Hillemeyer, Poetker, Kilian, Bamberger), The Benevolent Society (Kilian, Roettger, Koenig, Koehler); the Salem Son's List (Bretz, Drees, Wulfmann, Koehler, Peters), and a World War I Honor Roll.
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Sharing the Mission: 150 Years of Service to St. Louis by the Parish of St. Vincent de Paul (1838-1994) - Published in 1994
Author Tom Franey and Marian Junge
Publisher Private printing
City St. Louis
County St. Louis Missouri
State Missouri
Price $30.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This book was printed to celebrate the history of St. Vincent de Paul Parish in St. Louis, MO. There is an excellent bibliography of sources for the material in the book.

Names in the book: Peter Wenger, Mathias Backer, Theresa Kulage, Anthony Rutger, Nicholas Puhl, Patrick and Ann Lynch, D. W. Kenrick, John and Adelia Kline, Droege Family, Nichols Puhl, Anton Rengel, Anthony Bokern, Henry Hibbiler, Bernard Menke, Leonard Hoeley, Anna Maria Bulte, Bridget Walsh, John Crowley, Joe Day, Lou Hasser, Charlie Edwards, Whitey Harris, George Hasser, Ed Phelan, Ray Yurcik, Buddy Hasser, Frank Mueller, Charlie Phelan, Jim Cannagher, Dorothy Ortolf, Rose Tobey, Mrs. Benjamin Menendez, Margaret Wirtel, Mrs. Alfred A. Heine, Mrs. Thomas Caragher, Mrs. Ann Barbeau, Mrs. Clifford Schnurr, Josephine Stuever, Valeria Rechtin, Lorraine Rechtin, Mary Lee Henry, Martha Phelan, Josephine Favata, Evelyn Roll, Alice Birchall, Louise Greco.

Some student surnames: Connelly, Fronick, Fitzgerald, Geiger, Grunzinger, Jordan, Kinkel, mcKernan, Mullen, Neier, Otterson, Phelan, Sladek, Schmidt, Turgeon, Bumb, Caragher Jansen, Moore, Reznick, Strauss, Garavaglia, Anderson, Denny, Hofman, Harrigan, Kahlert, Lynch, Metzger, Taylor Willits, Dreher, Lehmann, Mulligan, Mertz, Svec, Schweppe, Komloss, Kroupa, Lipton, Snider, Speckhals, O'Connell, Curley, Baucher, DeClue, Stackle, Salz, Bushenhenke, Graney, Nolde, Shattyn, Wuest, Zimmermann, Billmeier, Nolan, Sincic, Singelton, Wallen, Zoeller, Burns, Mohrhard, McDermott, Novotny, Rheinheimer, Barbeau, Wilhelm, Herling, Lammert, Meleganics, Werges, Vriski, Geagy, Hoerig, Holtan, Baledenski, Rozhiewiez, Yanushes, Ojile, Meyerpeter, Stottard, Tornstore, Wahby, Zuzenack, Ablin, Asplin, Bouhasin, Decker, Feckar, Fonic, Garner, Henke, Heine, Hoehn, Lenz, Rogenbrod, and many more.


There is a chronology for the parish from 1809-1994, an appendix of pastors and associate pastors, a list of teachers and information on their service, lists of students who graduated from St. Vincent's School from 1920-1969, and a list of the servicemen from the parish.
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