BRETHREN-L ArchivesArchiver > BRETHREN > 1997-09 > 0873811998
Subject: re: Re: re: Re: re: Re: Brethren Clergy
Date: Tue, 9 Sep 97 8:33:18 EST
I have looked over the history books again and concluded that it isn't even
reasonable for you to buy the most recent one... the earlier ones have much
more Harshbarger material.. the best may be for me to zerox pages from the
earlier books for you.
William Harshbarger was an early elder and Wilfred was a deacon in the same
period. Albert was a grandson of William and was there his whole life and
was the first one I knew personally.. He was a son of John and Lillus..
Richard, who teaches here at Manchester is a son of Albert.
I just talked to Jane Harshbarger.. Dick's wife. They do have some books and
other materials which came from Albert.. so that is a possible source here
but not yet.. She can't do it now..
Copy is ten cents a page plus postage..
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