Brenneman, Bender, Lee & other local names

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    Larry Pearce

    I would appreciate any comments and/or corrections on the material on my web page: under the general local families of Krause or Miller, both of which have Amish-Mennonite connections and intermarriages. Thank you.
    Larry Pearce

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    Larry Pearce

    My wife and I attended a spring flower auction on May 2, 2017, conducted by the Amish of Stringtown, near Iowa City, IA. Along with good fellowship and food, the participants enjoyed the chance to support the local community while benefitting from the generous wholesale prices. Lots of “Dutch” dialect was spoken, and best of all, some of the growers and buyers to whom we talked knew and had good things to say about “Greenhouse” Benny C. Yoder of Somerset County, PA. The participant families (spellings vary) included: Beachy, Bender, Brennemen, Bondtrager, Hosteddler, Miller, Yoder, and others. What a wonderful small world!

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