St. John's Second German Lutheran Church

1840 - ?

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Marriages by Groom 1836 - 1845

Marriages by Bride 1836 - 1845

 

St. John's German Lutheran Church was originally part of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. A division occurred at that church in 1840, during the pastorate of Rev. John Frederick Marshoff. This division caused litigation that ran for more than a decade. The new church built an edifice in 1858 at 81 West Street and moved in 1867 to 140 Court Street.

Please note that this church claimed to be the rightful successor of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. This congregation merged with the Redeemer Lutheran Church on Prospect Street in Irvington, NJ.

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Reverend From To
L. Schmidt 1833 1833
Philip Merkle 1834 1835
John Frederick Winkler 1835 1840
Frederick G.Marschoff 1840 1855
George Turk 1855 1866
John F. Steiner 1867 1869
William Rieb 1869 1905
Bernard Pick 1905 <1915>
Alexander Leonhardt <1920> <1920>
August C. Redderoth <1925> <1935>
Carl Krepper <1935> <1935>
Heinz W. H. Kugler <1940> <1940>


Address From To
81 West Street 1858 1867
140 (114) Court Street, c. Lincoln 1867 <1940>
     
     


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Archive Information (Last Known location)

Lutheran Archives Center at Philadelphia
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