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Re: St John Reformed Church Jonestown, Lebanon Co, pa.
Posted by: Mel Bowman (ID *****7996) Date: May 30, 2004 at 06:55:06
In Reply to: Re: St John Reformed Church Jonestown, Lebanon Co, pa. by Sharman Carroll of 645

There is an description of St. John in the book
Jonestown 1761-1961.. It was the Swatara church that split into two divisions in 1765, one going to Fredericksburg and the other to Jonestown at which point it became St. Johns.


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