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Maurice Eby (#47032436)
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Bio Photo My primary interest is history in Michigan. I have written a book about the Brutus Mennonite Churches. I have also written a book about Brutus and Maple River Township History. See at mauriceeby.org.
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Bear Hugs
Mount View Mennonite Cemetery, Alberta, Canada
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2340831&CScn=mount+view&CScntry=10&

Hello Maurice
Thank you for creating Mount View Cemetery and all the memorials. I am in the process of adding headstone photos to the memorials and hope you will consider adding the following information to the cemetery home page.


"Information obtained rom:
Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online

Mount View Mennonite Church (Aldersyde, Alberta, Canada)

Mount View Mennonite Church, located at Aldersyde, Alberta, between Okotoks and High River, originated through the colonization of rural Alberta in the late 19th century. Settlers to the area came from the United States and from Ontario. Elias W. and Catharine Bricker of Ontariowas the pioneer settlers in the area, coming with the first home-seekers' excursion sponsored by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1889. Other Mennonite families settled in the area in 1900 and 1901. The congregation was formally organized on 30 April 1901, shortly after S. F. Coffman from Vineland, Ontario had first conducted services in February 1901. The congregation began with nine members, six men and three women. The first baptism, conducted by Coffman, was held on 26 May 1901, and the first communion was held on 16 June of that year. Originally services were held in the Maple Leaf schoolhouse. The first building, measuring 28 x 48 feet, was built in 1902, with a subsequent building program in 1939. Norman B. Stauffer is considered the founding leader of the group. The language of worship was English. The church, one of three Mennonite churches in Alberta, was the location of the organizational meeting of the Alberta District Mennonite Conference (now Northwest Mennonite Conference) on 27 July 1903.

Pastoral leaders of the congregation included Norman B. Stauffer, Isaac Miller, A. H. Wambold, Menno Gingrich, Owen O. Hershberger, Howard O. Stauffer, Harold Boettger and A. B. Glen Good.

Mount View Mennonite Church dissolved in 1974. The church building is now used as a private residence, while the church cemetery is now used by Trinity Mennonite Church of Calgary."

Thank you again
Yvonne
Added by Bear Hugs on Sep 03, 2014 7:54 AM
PHS
RE: Israel Eby
Thank you. My friend is one of the PHS 1959 Classmates. I am glad you made contact so she could tell you about her siblings that are part of the Eby genealogy family. Recently I read one of your books online regarding Brutus History. I loved it! I plan to read the others soon. It fills in gaps for me about the area. (I have recommended it to two people so far.) I do hope the Little Traverse Historical Museum has copies of all of them––that someday soon you will make them available as e-books.
Added by PHS on Aug 06, 2014 11:46 PM
PHS
RE: Israel Eby
Hello. I will write B. Eby. I am sure she will want to contact you. I would like to read your book. What is the website address where I can find it? Thank you. PHS
Added by PHS on Jul 23, 2014 9:55 PM
PHS
RE: Israel Eby
So nice to hear from you! I will contact his daughter Bertha and ask her to contact you. Also, I look forward to reading your book. Thank you!
Added by PHS on Jul 21, 2014 7:40 PM
PHS
RE: Israel Eby
So nice to hear from you! I will contact his daughter Bertha and ask her to contact you. Also, I look forward to reading your book. Thank you!
Added by PHS on Jul 21, 2014 7:39 PM
PHS
Israel Eby
I left flowers for Israel Eby. I can put you in touch with his daughter if you would like to add the rest of his and Alma's Children. Best wishes, A friend of the family
Added by PHS on Jul 21, 2014 12:54 AM
Jana Marie Lashmit
Lechowicz Tranfers
Hi Moe,

Thank you so much for the transfers!! Hope it wasn't a problem. Felt bad for you if ya had to fill in all the info I have :)

Sorry I didn't see you when you were up. Had vehicle issues. Did ya get to go to the Little Red School House? Hope you had a great time.

Take care,
Jana
Added by Jana Marie Lashmit on Jul 17, 2014 6:35 PM
PHS
Thanks and would like to purchase your book!
Hello! I too am interested in the areas history and would love to read your book. I think I am a friend of your family from long ago. Is your book available on amazon.com?
Added by PHS on Jul 13, 2014 11:10 PM
Jana Marie Lashmit
Magdalena Burkhart
Hello there..

I added memorial #130177725 to the Brutus Cemetery. I did not see her listed and wasn't sure if she was in the cemetery records. Do you have any information on her?

Have been trying to find more on Daniel and Nancy but haven't had much luck other than they were last in Washington, had 4 children but only 2 survived.

Thanks again for all your help,
Jana
Added by Jana Marie Lashmit on May 22, 2014 8:34 AM
M R McMullin
RE: William Oaks
Thank you so much for transferring his memorial to me! I really appreciate all the work you have done.
Thanks again!
Added by M R McMullin on Nov 13, 2013 5:19 PM
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