Lloyd V. Conrad, 1914-1988, Collection
3 Boxes (1 Gray, 2 Large)
This collection includes Lloyd C. Conrad's research into the
Mennonite settlement at Stark County, and of the Beech Mennonite
Church, near Louisville, Ohio. Includes correspondence, notes,
genealogies, maps, etc. on various families including Krabill,
Eicher...... This research was done during the 1980s, but was
never completed because of Conrad's death in 1988.
Conrad's research into the history of the Beech Mennonite Church was
then picked up and used by Elmer S. Yoder in writing the history of the
church. This project was under the auspices of the
Historical Committee of the Beech Mennonite Church, Marion Krabill,
Grace Hostetler and Arden Schmucker. The history of Beech church
was published around 1992.
These papers were transferred to the Archives in 1992 by James
Hostetler, Richmond, Virginia, on behalf of the Beech Mennonite
Family Research, A-Z, 1969-1988 Box 1-2
Beech Mennonite Church Research, A-Z, 1975-1987 Box 2-3
Partial Inventory Listing
Cemetery Lists, Stark County, Ohio
Amish-Mennonite Cemetery, Washington Twp., Stark County, Ohio,
Gerber Cemetery, 1813-1877
Westlawn Cemetery, Canton, Ohio, 1869-1964
Krabill, Christian, Family
Correspondence with Christian Krabill and Margery A. Raber,
Alliance, Ohio, 1985-88, about Christian Krabill family.
Register of Mary Krabill Family
Correspondence with Jerry H. Sauder
Parfitt, John W.
Shaffer, Irene (Conrad)
Slonecker, Doris B.
Box 2 (Large)
Swope, Wilmer D.
Valley Chapel Brethern in Christ
Walter, Sara Jane
"What's the use of being a Mennonite?"
Allen County, Indiana
Graber and Stoll Families
King, Calvin D.
Kreider, Rachel W.
Stoner Heights Mennonite Church
March 18, 2004 /
Updated on Web by Kathryn Yoder
November 10, 1994 / Nelda Nussbaum
Archives of the Mennonite Church, Goshen, Indiana