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Photo of Eben Ezer Lutheran Church Cemetery
Eben-Ezer Evangelical Lutheran Church

Spiritual center of the Berlin community, which was settled by Germans in 1847. On a missionary visit, Dec. 24, 1854, The Rev. Johann Ebinger (1828-1908) of Harris County held earliest Lutheran service in Washington County. On July 1, 1855, he founded Eben-Ezer Church with William C. Bohne, F. H. Ehlert, F. F. Spreen and others as trustees. Ludwig C. Lehmann (1794-1855) donated 11-acre church site. Landowners gave post oak logs, renters gave labor for building first church, incorporating a parsonage. The early pastors taught school in that first church building.

(Lower plaque)
Given in memory of our parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hueske by Miss Thusnelda Hueske and Miss Edith Hueske.

Added by: Amy the Spirit Seeker
9/19/2010

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