St. John’s Lutheran Church (Byron, Neb.) [RG4191.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG4191.AM:  St. John’s Lutheran Church (Byron, Neb.)



Records:  1907-1962

Byron, Thayer County, Neb.:  Lutheran church

Size:  1 reel of microfilm



BACKGROUND NOTE



St. John’s Lutheran Church was established approximately four miles northeast of Byron in Thayer County, Nebraska, in 1907 by a group of German-speaking people. It was dissolved in 1962, and members transferred to other nearby Lutheran congregations.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection of the records of St. John’s Lutheran Church at Byron, Nebraska, consists of one volume on one reel of microfilm arranged in one series: 1) Record Book, 1907-1962. This volume contains the list of pastors, members, baptisms, confirmations, marriages and funerals for the duration of the congregation’s existence.



Note: This volume is in the collections of the American Lutheran Church Archives in Dubuque, Iowa, which filmed it in December of 1978. The Nebraska State Historical Society acquired a copy of the film in December of 1984. Researchers interested in obtaining a copy of the microfilm should contact the American Lutheran Church Archives in Dubuque, Iowa.



DESCRIPTION



Reel 1

Volume




    1. Record Book, 1907-1962



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Byron (Neb.) — Churches

Germans in Nebraska

Lutheran Church in Nebraska

St. John’s Lutheran Church (Byron, Neb.)

Thayer County (Neb.) — Churches



 



Revised 10-14-2009   TMM

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