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From: Ted Hardman <>
Subject: [BRE] Rev John Hartman
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2010 19:07:57 -0400
References: <mailman.335.1281682862.15690.brethren@rootsweb.com>
In-Reply-To: <mailman.335.1281682862.15690.brethren@rootsweb.com>


Was this John Hartman related to Anthony Hardman(Hartman)? Some of
Anthony's children settled in northern Indiana in the 1820s via PA,
KY, and OH. If so, Ira Hardman, Jeff Hartman and myself have a
proven DNA link to Anthony.

Ted Hardman
On Aug 13, 2010, at 3:01 AM, wrote:

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> 1. Brethren Digital Archive Meets (Craig Alan Myers)
> 2. Re: Brethren Digital Archive Meets (Robert Little)
> 3. Rev John Hartman (Lynn Sewell)
> 4. Re: Brethren Digital Archive Meets (Lynn Sewell)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2010 11:13:44 -0400
> From: Craig Alan Myers <>
> Subject: [BRE] Brethren Digital Archive Meets
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> Brethren Digital Archive Meets
>
> The Brethren Digital Archives Committee met at the Brethren Heritage
> Center in Brookville, Ohio, on August 1.
>
> The effort to digitize Brethren publications and to make them
> available on the World Wide Web moved forward on Monday (August 1) as
> the Brethren Digital Archives committee met in Brookville, Ohio.
>
> The committee includes representatives of groups that trace their
> spiritual heritage to Alexander Mack and a group of eight believers
> who were baptized in the Eder River in Schwarzenau, Germany, in 1708.
>
> At Monday's meeting, the group decided to partner with Lyrasis, the
> nation's largest regional membership organization serving libraries
> and information professionals, to scan more than 26 of the most
> significant publications, including the Brethren Missionary Herald
> magazine and Grace Journal and Grace Theological Journal from Grace
> Theological Seminary. Once scanned, they will be available at no
> charge in a searchable digital format on archive.org. (Grace Brethren
> documents will also be available at fgbworld.com.)
>
> The Brethren Missionary Herald magazine was the denominational
> magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches and was
> published from 1939 until 1996.
>
> Total cost of this project is estimated at $35,000, but because of a
> grant that has been received, it is far less than the original
> $150,000 originally estimated to complete this portion of the project.
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> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2010 13:08:28 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Robert Little <>
> Subject: Re: [BRE] Brethren Digital Archive Meets
> To:
> Message-ID: <>
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> As Someone who has been lurking on this list for several months.
> Some of the greatest news that I have read yet. This will make my
> life so much easier as a researcher who is not connected to the
> Brethren Church, but has a great interest in the chuch.
> ?
>
>
> --- On Thu, 8/12/10, Craig Alan Myers <> wrote:
>
>
> From: Craig Alan Myers <>
> Subject: [BRE] Brethren Digital Archive Meets
> To:
> Date: Thursday, August 12, 2010, 11:13 AM
>
>
>
>
> Brethren Digital Archive Meets
>
> The Brethren Digital Archives Committee met at the Brethren Heritage
> Center in Brookville, Ohio, on August 1.
>
> The effort to digitize Brethren publications and to make them
> available on the World Wide Web moved forward on Monday (August 1) as
> the Brethren Digital Archives committee met in Brookville, Ohio.
>
> The committee includes representatives of groups that trace their
> spiritual heritage to Alexander Mack and a group of eight believers
> who were baptized in the Eder River in Schwarzenau, Germany, in 1708.
>
> At Monday's meeting, the group decided to partner with Lyrasis, the
> nation's largest regional membership organization serving libraries
> and information professionals, to scan more than 26 of the most
> significant publications, including the Brethren Missionary Herald
> magazine and Grace Journal and Grace Theological Journal from Grace
> Theological Seminary. Once scanned, they will be available at no
> charge in a searchable digital format on archive.org. (Grace Brethren
> documents will also be available at fgbworld.com.)
>
> The Brethren Missionary Herald magazine was the denominational
> magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches and was
> published from 1939 until 1996.
>
> Total cost of this project is estimated at $35,000, but because of a
> grant that has been received, it is far less than the original
> $150,000 originally estimated to complete this portion of the project.
>
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> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2010 16:17:43 -0500
> From: "Lynn Sewell" <>
> Subject: [BRE] Rev John Hartman
> To: <>
> Message-ID: <000e01cb3a63$cde2d780$69a88680$@net>
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> This was sent to me today by Margie Pearce who is the web master
> for Gen
> Web for Adams Co, IN.
>
> Merle Rummel this proves that your thoughts were right about John
> Hartman.
> He is buried in Pleasant Dale Cemetery which is adjacent to the
> Pleasant
> Dale Brethren Church.
>
>
>
>
>
> Find A Grave, FindAGrave.com, Kirkland Twp, Adams Co, IN; Pleasant
> Dale
> Cemetery,
>
> Rev John Hartman Birth: Aug. 21, 1791, Berks County, PA Death:
> 1870,
> Kirkland
>
> Adams County, IN
>
> Son of John Phillip Hartman and Eve Sorg. Husband of Caroline
> Steele. He led
> the German Baptists into Adams Co., IN.
>
>
>
> Lynn Sewell
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> ------------------------------
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> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2010 16:21:29 -0500
> From: "Lynn Sewell" <>
> Subject: Re: [BRE] Brethren Digital Archive Meets
> To: <>
> Message-ID: <001f01cb3a64$55028440$ff078cc0$@net>
> Content-Type: text/plain;charset="iso-8859-1"
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> Wonderful!!! Lynn Sewell
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:brethren-
> ]
> On Behalf Of Robert Little
> Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2010 3:08 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [BRE] Brethren Digital Archive Meets
>
> As Someone who has been lurking on this list for several months.
> Some of the
> greatest news that I have read yet. This will make my life so much
> easier as
> a researcher who is not connected to the Brethren Church, but has a
> great
> interest in the chuch.
> ?
>
>
> --- On Thu, 8/12/10, Craig Alan Myers <> wrote:
>
>
> From: Craig Alan Myers <>
> Subject: [BRE] Brethren Digital Archive Meets
> To:
> Date: Thursday, August 12, 2010, 11:13 AM
>
>
>
>
> Brethren Digital Archive Meets
>
> The Brethren Digital Archives Committee met at the Brethren Heritage
> Center in Brookville, Ohio, on August 1.
>
> The effort to digitize Brethren publications and to make them
> available on the World Wide Web moved forward on Monday (August 1) as
> the Brethren Digital Archives committee met in Brookville, Ohio.
>
> The committee includes representatives of groups that trace their
> spiritual heritage to Alexander Mack and a group of eight believers
> who were baptized in the Eder River in Schwarzenau, Germany, in 1708.
>
> At Monday's meeting, the group decided to partner with Lyrasis, the
> nation's largest regional membership organization serving libraries
> and information professionals, to scan more than 26 of the most
> significant publications, including the Brethren Missionary Herald
> magazine and Grace Journal and Grace Theological Journal from Grace
> Theological Seminary. Once scanned, they will be available at no
> charge in a searchable digital format on archive.org. (Grace Brethren
> documents will also be available at fgbworld.com.)
>
> The Brethren Missionary Herald magazine was the denominational
> magazine for the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches and was
> published from 1939 until 1996.
>
> Total cost of this project is estimated at $35,000, but because of a
> grant that has been received, it is far less than the original
> $150,000 originally estimated to complete this portion of the project.
>
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