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21 "United States Registers of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VRQ8-531 : accessed 03 Sep 2013), Daniel Wurm, 1864. Wurm, Daniel (I33949)
 
22 "United States Registers of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VRQZ-9HZ : accessed 03 Sep 2013), Daniel Wurm, 1861. Wurm, Daniel (I33949)
 
23 (2005). "Hunsberger." Canadian Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Mennonite Historical Society of Canada. Retrieved 23 Feb 2005

Hunsberger is a Mennonite family name, evidently Swiss in origin, found in the Franconia (PA) and Ontario districts of the Mennonite Church (MC). Bishop Henry Hunsberger (1768-1854) of the Blooming Glen, PA Mennonite congregation (MC) was assistant moderator of the Franconia Conference in 1847 by virtue of being second in seniority in years of service as a bishop. Because the moderator, Bishop John Hunsicker (d. 17 November 1847), sympathized with the vision and concerns of John H. Oberholtzer and sat with the Oberholtzer party in the Franconia meetinghouse on 7 October 1847 when the final secession of the Oberholtzer group occurred, Hunsberger served as moderator of the October 1847 session of the Franconia Conference. Jacob B. Hunsberger (1836-1919) served as preacher in the Coventry and Vincent congregations of the Franconia Conference from 1877 until his death over 41 years later. Christian R. Hunsberger (1823-1906) was a preacher in the Upper Skippack congregation (MC) of the Franconia Conference from 1879 until 1906. The Ontario Mennonite (MC) preachers included Abraham K. Hunsberger (1827-1889) of the Moyer congregation, and Noah Hunsberger, who was ordained preacher in 1903 and served in Sherkston and Waterloo. Bishop Ephraim Hunsberger (1814-1904) of the Eastern District Conference of the General Conference Mennonite Church (GCM) served as preacher in the Hereford congregation (GCM) beginning in 1849. In 1852 he moved to Wadsworth, Medina Co., Ohio, where he organized a congregation which he served for 50 years.
 
Hunsberger, Veronica (I02507)
 
24 *********HENNING ADVOCATE JULY 27, 1916 Pg. 1***************
Mrs. Roy South, of Inman, died Saturday, July 22, 1916, after a lingering illness from tuberculosis. Although death was not unexpected, it came as a sad blow to the family.
Mrs. South leaves to mourn her loss a husband and six children, a father and mother and two brothers and four sisters. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wait, and was born at the old home place in Inman, where she also died, at the age of 33 years and 1 day.
The funeral was held Sunday, July 23, Rev. McCombs conducting the services. Interment was made in the Inman Cemetery. 
Wait, Ina Alma (I10125)
 
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Storms, Everek R. "Hallman, H. S. (1859-1932)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1956. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 2 January 2007 www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/h3552me.html

H. S. Hallman (5 August 1859-13 October 1932) was a United Missionary Church (now Evangelical Missionary Church of Canada) minister and editor. Hallman was born near Kitchener, ON. On 18 February 1881, he married Maria Rosenberger, and to their union nine children were born. Converted at the age of 14, he entered the ministry in 1881, and was ordained in 1885 by the Ontario Conference of the United Missionary Church. He held pastorates at Port Elgin and Elmwood, ON.

Elected editor of the Gospel Banner in 1888, Hallman served in this capacity for 20 years, and also as publisher from 1899 to 1908. Under his leadership the paper became a weekly publication in 1893. He also published several tracts, books, hymnbooks, and periodicals, and became the founder and first publisher of the Scripture Text Calendar which he continued to edit until his death in 1932.

Hallman was secretary-treasurer of the Ontario Conference Mission Board 1898-1910, and president 1910-17. He was the first president of the Ontario Conference city mission work. He was secretary of the Ontario conference for 15 years and also secretary of five general conferences of the denomination (1888-1904 inclusive).

In the latter part of his life Hallman became active in the Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA), although still retaining his membership in the United Missionary Church. For several years he was superintendent of the CMA publishing business in New York City, later serving as pastor of Alliance churches in Brantford and Toronto, ON. He died in Toronto on 13 October 1932. 
Hallman, Henry S. (I16825)
 
26 004215 78 (Huron), Jacob WEBER, 24, Waterloo Co., Hay Tp., farmer, s/o Jacob & Mina WEBER, to Caroline KAERCHER, 20, Huron Co., Hay Tp., d/o Jacob & Veronica KAERCHER, wit: Jeremiah KAERCHER & Leah BEAVER, 17 October 1878, Hay Tp. Family F4322
 
27 05-Jun-2002 (London Free Press)

PFAFF Peacefully, at the residence of her daughter in Zurich, on Tuesday, June 4, 2002, Grace Caryl (Gaiser) Pfaff of R.R. 2 Crediton, in her 71st year. Beloved wife of the late Robert "Bob" Pfaff (1995). Loving mother of [...]. Loved by her many nieces, nephews and their families. Predeceased by her parents Royal and Kathleen (Morlock) Gaiser, in-laws Henry and Thalma (Witzel) Pfaff, brothers-in-law Harvey, Allen and Emery Pfaff, sisters-in-law Dorothy Pfaff and Dorothy Pfaff. Resting at the T. Harry Hoffman & Sons Funeral Home, Dashwood, with visitation Wednesday afternoon and evening; where the Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, June 6, 2002 at 11 a.m. Student Minister Jenni Leslie officiating. Interment Crediton Cemetery. If desired, memorial donations to the Cancer Society or charity of choice would be appreciated.  
Gaiser, Grace Caryl (I03554)
 
28 14-Apr-2004 (ExeterTimes-Advocate) GAISER- Peacefully,at BlueWater Rest Home, Zurich, Saturday, April 10, 2004, Donald Ray Gaiser, formerly of Exeter and Dashwood, age 78. Beloved husband of Maida (Richard) Gaiser of Exeter.[...]. Predeceased by his parents Earl and Cora (Haugh) Gaiser, brother Jack Gaiser, sisters Myrtle Poland, Lois Kretzman and infant sister Marjorie Gaiser, sister-in-law Marjorie Bailey, brothers-in-law James Poland, Ray Kretzman and Allan Richard. Loved by his many nieces, nephews, cousins and their families. Rested at the T. Harry Hoffman & Sons Funeral Home, Dashwood. Lebanon Forest Lodge No. 133, Exeter held a service at the Funeral Home on April 12th. The Funeral Service was held on April 13, 2004. The Rev. Alex McGilvery and the Rev. Bruce Seebach officiated. Interment Exeter Cemetery. If desired, memorial donations to Calvary United Church, Dashwood, Mocha Temple Shrine Centre, London, or charity of choice would be appreciated. Condolences at www.hoffmanfuneralhome.com. Gaiser, Donald Ray (I07626)
 
29 15 Feb 1857 Baptized at St. Paul's Lutheran Evangelical Church, Berlin, Ontario. View recordBecker, Catharina (I18343)
 
30 1753 Marriage of Mathaus Lein to Anna Helena Becker

* Groom is the son of Joachim Lein
* Bride is the daughter of Jost Becker who was a master cabinet maker
* Married on March 1, 1753 after three proclamations
 
Family F3995
 
31 18 Jun 1829: Cunningham Mitchell and James Mustard witnessed the wedding of Mary Hastings and William Lapsley by Rev. William Jenkins. Mitchell, Cunningham (I16517)
 
32 1801 Birth of Elisabetha Lein
Born October 15, 1801 at 5pm
Baptized October 18, 1801
Parents were Johannes Lein and Anna Maria
Witness to baptism was Elisabetha Diegel, sister of mother
Source: Church Records, Parish of Bleidenrod FHL INTL Film #1195711
 
Lein, Elisabetha (Elizabeth) (I11734)
 
33 1841 census of Mull.

Effy McGilvrae 40 years tenant born Argyllshire (includes Isle of Mull)
Marion McGilvrae 25 years tenant born Argyllshire
Archibald McGilvrae 20 years tenant born Argyllshire
Ann McGilvrae 15 years tenant born Argyllshire
Flora McPhail 40 years

Flora McPhail may have been a sister to Effy. Ages were given to the nearest 5 years. Address was given as Adoine which is next to Pennycross in Mull.
 
McPhail or McFadden, Euphemia "Effie" (I07943)
 
34 1851 census: age 33, Woolwich, Waterloo County, Ontario
1861 census: age 43, Wellesley, Waterloo County, Ontario
1871 census: age 53, lot 44, conc 4, Wallace Township, Perth North, Ontario.
1881 census: age 60, Wallace, Perth North, Ontario
1901 census: age 82, Wallace, Wellington North, Ontario - widowed, living with son-in-law and daughter, Albert and Elizabeth Cosens. 
Fischer, Conrad (I00226)
 
35 1851 census: Lumber Merchant living at Vaughan, York County, Ontario Thompson, Thomas William (I25756)
 
36 1871 census: age 12, lot 44, conc 4, Wallace Township, Perth North, Ontario
1881 census: age 22, Wallace, Perth North, Ontario
1901 census: age 40, Wallace, Wellington North, Ontario

 
Fisher, John (I02623)
 
37 1871 census: age 17, lot 44, conc 4, Wallace Township
1901 census: age 47, Wallace, Wellington North, Ontario
1911 census: age 58, Wallace Township, Perth County, Ontario 
Fisher, Katherine "Katie" (I02613)
 
38 1871 census: age 19, lot 44, conc 4, Wallace Township, Perth North, Ontario.
1881 census: age 28, Wallace, Perth North, Ontario
1901 census: age 50, Wallace, Wellington North, Ontario
1911 census: age 60, Wallace, Perth North, Ontario

Conrad Fisher farmed at RR #1, Listowel, Ontario. 
Fisher, Conrad Jr. (I02604)
 
39 1871 census: age 4, lot 44, conc 4, Wallace Township
1881 census: age 14, Wallace, Perth North, Ontario
1901 census: age 33, Wallace, Wellington North, Ontario
1911 census: age 44, Minto, Wellington North, Ontario 
Fisher, Elizabeth "Lizzie" (I02625)
 
40 1871 census: age 49, Preston Village, Waterloo South, Ontario. Lutheran/Evangelical Lutheran.

 
Ploethner, August (I03546)
 

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