October 29, 2022

Frieden German Evangelical Church (Seward, Neb.) [RG3228.AM]


RG3228.AM:  Frieden German Evangelical Church (Seward, Neb.)

Records:  1878-1973

Seward, Seward County, Neb.:  German Evangelical Church

Size:  1 reel of microfilm


The Frieden German Evangelical Church of Seward was organized in 1878 by immigrants from Germany. All church services, meetings and records of the church through the early 1920s were conducted in the German language.


This collection consists of one reel of microfilm containing eight volumes of church records of the Frieden German Evangelical Church, Seward, Nebraska, dating from 1878-1973. The records relate to the history and activities of the church 1878-1973. They include the church constitution, the church minutes and registers of members, pastors, births, deaths and marriages. The bulk of the records prior to 1922 are written in German.

These records were loaned for microfilming in December of 1973.


Reel 1


    1. Constitution, Minutes and Register 1878-1899

    1. Translation of Volume 1

    1. Minute book and member list, 1900-1922

    1. Minute book, 1923-1929

    1. Minute book, 1953-1961

    1. Register, 1919-1954

    1. Register, 1962-1973

    1. Constitution and Minute Book, Women’s Society, 1894-1922



Evangelical Church in Nebraska

Frieden German Evangelical Church (Seward, Neb.)

German Evangelical Church in Nebraska

Germans in Nebraska

Seward (Neb.) — Churches

Seward County (Neb.) — Churches


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