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Southampton Baptist Corporation [Contact Us]
circa 1880s-1984
Creator:
Fetter family
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Sometime prior to 1754, Casper W. Fetter (1726-1779) emigrated from Germany and established a farm in what would become Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. His many descendants, several of whom had strong ties to the Southampton Baptist Church in Southampton, Bucks County, became farmers in Bucks and Montgomery counties during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Fetter family papers, circa 1880s-1984, contain photographs, letters, genealogy research, newspaper clippings, vital records, and other materials that document the Fetter family, its history, and other families, including the Leedom, Montanye, and Lefferts families, whose members married into the Fetter family. There are also materials that document the Southampton Baptist Church. The materials were collected by Claude K. Fetter (1901-1984), a direct descendant of Casper W. Fetter. (View full finding aid.)
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Fetter family papers
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Fetter family
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SBC.02
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1.5 linear feet
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circa 1880s-1984
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Sometime prior to 1754, Casper W. Fetter (1726-1779) emigrated from Germany and established a farm in what would become Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. His many descendants, several of whom had strong ties to the Southampton Baptist Church in Southampton, Bucks County, became farmers in Bucks and Montgomery counties during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Fetter family papers, circa 1880s-1984, contain photographs, letters, genealogy research, newspaper clippings, vital records, and other materials that document the Fetter family, its history, and other families, including the Leedom, Montanye, and Lefferts families, whose members married into the Fetter family. There are also materials that document the Southampton Baptist Church. The materials were collected by Claude K. Fetter (1901-1984), a direct descendant of Casper W. Fetter.
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Southampton Baptist Corporation [Contact Us]
1746-2013
Creator:
Southampton Baptist Church (Southampton, Pa.)
Extent: 14 linear feet
Southampton Baptist Church, formerly known as Historic Southampton Old School Meetinghouse, is the oldest Baptist church in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The Southampton Baptist Church records, 1746-2013, consist of church records, hymnals, booklets, personal papers, and administrative records relating to the Southampton Baptist Church. The collection also contains a small amount of records relating to the Friends of the Historic Southampton Old School Meetinghouse. (View full finding aid.)
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Southampton Baptist Church records
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Southampton Baptist Church (Southampton, Pa.)
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SBC.01
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14 linear feet
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1746-2013
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Southampton Baptist Church, formerly known as Historic Southampton Old School Meetinghouse, is the oldest Baptist church in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The Southampton Baptist Church records, 1746-2013, consist of church records, hymnals, booklets, personal papers, and administrative records relating to the Southampton Baptist Church. The collection also contains a small amount of records relating to the Friends of the Historic Southampton Old School Meetinghouse.
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