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Surnames in this Prayer Book: Langeneckern, Reiter, Reiterin, Reyter

Other surnames found on this page: Cryer

 

Zollikoffer's Langenecker Family Prayer-Book, Emanuel Thurneysen, Basel, Switzerland, 1787, 760 pages plus an 8-page index.

Handwritten on the front flyleaf:
a/n
9/6

 


Handwritten in German Fraktur-style on the third flyleaf.

There is a color Fraktur by the Fraktur-artist Christian Mertel (1739-1802).

Eliesabett LANGENECKERN, I bought this prayer book, to the praise and glory of God, for my use and for learning about Him. Anno Domini 1797, the 25th of July, in Donegal Township, in Lancaster County.

 


Hand written in black ink by a German pastor citing the Bible quotation of James 5:13:

If anyone be of good cheer, he should sing psalms. This writes the Apostle Paul, emphasizing that the fruit of the spirit is peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. Now earnest prayer and singing are works of the good spirit. Amen
 


Handwritten on the fourth flyleaf in standard German

Adam REITER and Elisabet LANGENECKERIN married on the 18th of September in the year 1803.

Adam REITER born in the year 1779, the 15th of April.

Elisabeth REITERIN born in the year 1786, the 12th of September.

Maria [REITERIN] born in 1804, the 26th of August at 10 o'clock in the evening.

Anna [REITERIN] born the 3rd of December [in the year 1806] at 1 [o'clock] in the afternoon.

Handwritten on the first back page flyleaf in standard German

Adam REYTER born the 15th of April 1779.

Elisabeth LANGENECKERIN born the 12th of September 1786.

Adam REYTER and Elisabeth LANGENECKERIN married on the 18th of September 1803.
 


Handwritten on the second back page flyleaf in standard German

Maria REYTERIN born the 26th of August at 10 o'clock in the evening [in the year 1804].

Anna REYTERIN born the 3rd of December in the afternoon at 1 o'clock in the afternoon in the year 1806

Elisabeth REYTERIN born the 20th of February in the morning in the year 1809.

Michael REITER born in March in the morning at 8 o'clock, 1811

Chatrina REITERIN born the 11th of May 1814.
 


Footnotes:
1. The language style is similar to the Lutheran pastor Henry Melchior Muhlenberg of Lancaster, PA.
2. A prayer book is one officially authorized by the government authorities in Switzerland, and is needed for confirmation instructions.
3. Because two scriveners recorded the family record, there are repetitions of data.
4. The translation from the old German was by Anne Augspurger Schmidt-Lange.
5. This 1787 Prayer Book is owned by Dick Cryer, Publisher, Longenecker Family Newsletter, P.O. Box 11011, Greenwich, CT 06831
6. The family tree of Elizabeth Longenecker is below. Dates of Christian and John came from Richard Davis's MennoSearch.com. All of the families were from Donegal Township.

7. English translation is from the old German.

Christian Longenecker (Jan. 27, 1695-c. 1754))
m: Anna Barbary (c. 1706- c. 1763)
John Longenecker (Mar. 1741-1798)
m: About 1758 Barbara Rohrer (Jul. 28, 1738-?)
m: About 1780 Barbara Shearer (1757-?)
John Longenecker (About 1782-?)
Christian Longenecker (About 1784-?)
Magdalena Longenecker (About 1785-?)
Elizabeth Longenecker* (Sep. 12, 1786-Aug. 6, 1864)
m: Sep. 18, 1803 Adam Reyter* (Apr. 15, 1779-Aug. 14, 1856)
Maria Reyter* (Aug. 26, 1804-?)
Anna Reyter* (Dec. 3, 1806-?)
Elizabeth Reyter* (Feb. 20, 1809-?)
Michael Reyter* (Mar. 1811-?)
Catherina Reyter* (May 11, 1814-?)
Anna Longenecker (Nov. 8, 1787-?)

*See genealogical Prayer Book records

 

 


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