Amish Mennonites -- Ohio



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Abraham Mast Walnut Creek Amish Mennonite Church (Holmes County, Ohio) Collection

  • Collection
  • 1885-1983

Mast served as minister of the Walnut Creek Amish Mennonite Church (Holmes County, Ohio) from 1885 to 1898.  This collection contains a photocopy and English translation of his record book, which records baptisms, marriages, communion services, church meetings, excommunications, and lists of young people coming for church instruction between 1885 and 1898.

Mast, Abraham, 1820-1989

Andrew J. Yoder Legal Documents

  • US MCUSAA HM1/196
  • Collection
  • 1947

A small set of legal documents associated with Andrew J. Yoder's 1947 lawsuit against four Amish Mennonite bishops.  Yoder sued the bishops after they imposed an Amish 'mite' or boycott against him.  Yoder was awarded $5000 in damages and the court ordered the bishops to withdraw their boycott order.

Documents include the plaintiff's causes of action, a transcript of court proceedings, and the charge to the jury.

Wayne County (Ohio). Clerk of Courts

Christian S. Stuckey Minister's Licenses and Notebooks

  • Collection
  • 1879-1907

Two certificates from the state of Ohio stating that Christian S. Stucky [Stuckey] was authorized as a Minister of the Gospel for the Mennonite and Amish churches, in 1879 and again in 1888.  Also  two notebooks containing records of marriages performed by Stuckey between 1879 and 1907 and formulas in German.

Stuckey, Christian S., 1841-1907

Christian Z. (Christian Zook) Yoder Papers 1862-1939

  • US MCUSAA HM1/088
  • Collection
  • 1862-1987

Personal papers of a leading Ohio Mennonite minister who served the Oak Grove Mennonite Church (Smithville, Ohio), divided into two series:

(1) Diaries, 1862-1939

(2) Miscellaneous Materials, 1879-1987

Christian Z. Yoder was the great grandfather of Mennonite theologian John Howard Yoder.

Yoder, Christian Z. (Christian Zook), 1845-1939

David Plank Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/005
  • Collection
  • 1837-1933

These papers of an Amish-Mennonite bishop in Ohio are divided into two series:

(1) Correspondence, 1837-1907

(2) Miscellaneous, 1863-1933

Plank, David, 1833-1912

Elias L. Frey Papers 1884-1939

  • US MCUSAA HM1/169
  • Collection
  • 1835-1939

Papers of a Mennonite minister (ordained 1884) and bishop (ordained 1908) in the Fulton County District of Ohio.  Includes Bible conference teaching notes and outlines, sermon notes, various manuscripts, 48 cloth Bible conference teaching charts, 12 paper Bible conference teaching charts, and miscellaneous materials.

Frey, Elias L., 1856-1942

Jacob Zook Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/724
  • Collection
  • 1858-1895

A small and fragmented set of papers associated with Jacob Zook, a Mennonite or Amish Mennonite who resided in Smithville, Ohio.  Materials include a notebook, two letters from Gideon and Mary Zook of Ligonier, Ind.  Hochstetler family notes, transcriptions of the final agreements of the Strasbourg Conference (1630) and Zofingen Disputation (1757), and miscellaneous materials.

Zook, Jacob

John K. Yoder Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/007
  • Collection
  • 1845-1899

A small set of papers of an Amish Mennonite bishop in  Wayne County, Ohio, consisting largely of incoming correspondence.

Yoder, John K., 1824-1906

John M.T. Miller Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/1031SC
  • Collection
  • 1870-1881

Correspondence between John M.T. Miller and his father, Moses D. Miller. John was born and raised in Holmes County, Ohio, and moved to Bloomington, Illinois, in 1869 with his wife Gerta (Troyer) Miller. In 1877, they moved to Seward County, Nebraska, where they purchased land and helped to establish the East Fairview Amish Mennonite Church.

Made up of sixteen letters, the collection includes details about land sales and prices and the activities of Amish Mennonites from Holmes County, Ohio, and elsewhere who sought to profit from the acquisition and sale of land in Nebraska.

Miller, John M.T., 1835-1894

Samuel Mast Collection on Holmes County (Ohio) Amish and Amish Mennonites 1824-1870

  • US MCUSAA HM1/346
  • Collection
  • 1824-1961

A set of letters, recipes, healing formulas, congregational records, and miscellaneous documents most likely collected by Friedrich Hage, the first bishop of Martins Creek [Mennonite] Church (Millersburg, Ohio).  Samuel Mast was Friedrich Hage's son-in-law.  Most of these documents are in German, but some have been translated into English.

Mast, Samuel, 1812-1883