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Preserving and Celebrating Our United Methodist Heritage in Central and Northeast Pennsylvania

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DARBY, ADAM

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1847    license

Interment:
Obit:

 

1847-48           Bedford

1848                located

 


 

DAUBERMAN, JOHN FRANKLIN

 

Born: 9-10-1880  Troxelville PA                                married: Cora Lucinda Holtzer
Died: 11-23-1960  Red Lion PA                                obit: 1965,107

 

1919    license, receommended by Nountain Chapel on the New Berlin circuit
1921    ordained deacon
1923    ordained elder

 

Interment: Springville Cemetery, near Craley PA
Obit: 1961,88

 

1919-23           Wapwallopen
1923-26           East Point
1926-33           Morgan Mission
1933-38           Lewisberry
1938-48           Craley

1948                retired

 


 

DAUBERT, RAY SIGNOR

 

Born: 12-29-1885  near Selinsgrove PA                     married: Sue Elsie Kerstetter
Died: 1-30-1949  Hanover PA                                    obit: 1956,82

 

1906    license, recommended by Milton
1910    ordained deacon
1912    ordained elder

 

Interment: Harmony Cemetery, Milton PA
Obit: 1949,98

 

1908-11           Luzerne circuit
1911-13           Nittany circuit
1913-15           Liverpool
1915-20           Lock Haven Mission
1920-23           Juniata
1923-24           West Milton
1924-30           Avis
1930-39           Hagerstown
1939-44           Danville

1944-49           Hanover



 

DAVIS, HAROLD E.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1915    license

Interment:
Obit:

 

1923-27           missionary to China

 

Note: Harold E. Davis is the grandson of John H. Davis.


 

DAVIS, J.B.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1914    license

Interment:
Obit:

 


 

DAVIS, JOHN H.

 

Born: 3-1-1837  Columbia County PA                       married:
Died: 10-24-1924  Hornell NY                                   obit:

 

1888    license, recommended by Davis Chapel of the Ringtown charge
1894    ordained local deacon

Interment: Davis Chapel Cemetery, Columbia County PA
Obit: 1925,81

 

Note:  John H. Davis is the brother of Samuel E. Davis, William Davis, and Charles Wesley Davis (1871-1948) of the Oklahoma Conference, and he is the grandfather of Harold E. Davis.  He served as a local preacher.

 


 

DAVIS, SAMUEL E.

 

Born: 1835                                                                  married: _____ Baker
Died: 1902                                                                  obit: 1929,88

 

1859    license
1864    ordained elder

Interment:
Obit: 1903,72

 

1859-60           Buffalo circuit
1860-62           Clinton
1862-64           Wyoming
1864-65           Middle Creek
1865-66           Cherry circuit
1866-67           Muncy circuit
1897-69           Northumberland mission
1869-71           Hagerstown
1871-73           Middle Creek
1873-75           Cumberland
1875-77           Dillsburg
1877-80           Lewisberry
1880-82           Bloomsburg
1882                transfer to Pacific Conference

1882-83           Salem OR mission

1883-84           Dayton OR mission

1884                charter member of Oregon Conference

1884-85           ?

1885-88           Albany

1888-89           without appointment

1889                transfer to Central Pennsylvania Conference
1889-90           Hilands Mission
1890-93           Centre Hall
1893-96           Port Trevorton
1896-97           Fishing Creek Valley
1897-00           Juniata
1900                retired

 

Note:  Samuel E. Davis is the brother of John H. Davis, William Davis, and Charles Wesley Davis (1871-1948) of the Oklahoma Conference.  He is the grandfather of a Rev. Hollenbaugh of the Baptist Church in Oregon.

 


 

DAVIS, W.J.W.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1880    license

Interment:
Obit:

 



DAVIS, WILLIAM H.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:


1864    ordained deacon
1866    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1863-65           Shrewsbury
1865-67           Hagerstown
1867-68           Perry
1868-69           Liverpool
1869-71           Danville
1871-72           located
1872-73           White Deer
1873-75           located
1875-76           Milton circuit
                        transfer to Des Moines Conference

 

Note:  William Davis is the brother of Samuel E. Davis, John H. Davis, and Charles Wesley Davis (1871-1948) of the Oklahoma Conference

 


 

DAYTON, ISAAC R.

 

Born: 12-30-1873                                                        married: Emma Grace Hartzell
Died: 10-27-1924                                                        obit: 1931,78

 

1894    license

Interment: Mt. Holly Springs PA
Obit: 1925,79

 

1894-95           Cumberland
1895-96           South Wayland NY circuit (did not finish the year)
1896                name removed; page 68

 

Note: Isaac R. Dayton is the father of Manville W. Dayton.

 


 

DAYTON, MANVILLE WILLIAM

 

Born: 6-25-1895  Bloomsburg PA                              married: Gertrude E. Ziegler
Died: 1-1-1969  Lewisburg PA                                  obit: 1966,145

 

1917    license, recommended by Carlisle First
1921    ordained deacon
1923    ordained elder

 

Interment: Mt. Holly Springs PA
Obit: 1969,210


1919-20           Liverpool
1920-21           South Wayland NY
1921-24           Pennsdale
1924-26           Lopez
1926-28           Spring Mills
1928-32           McClure
1932-35           Wellsville
1935-37           Ransom
1937-39           Avis
1939-40           supply
1940-42           Keystone
1942-44           without appointment
1944-51           disability leave
1951                retired

 

Note: Manville W. Dayton is the son of Isaac R. Dayton


 

DEABLER, NOAH

 

Born: 1823  Union County PA                                   married: Mrs. Catharine Slear Sierer
Died: 1898  Snyder County PA                                 obit:

 

1854    ordained deacon
1857    ordained elder

 

Interment: Schreiner’s Cemetery, Hummels Wharf PA
Obit:

 

1857-59           Baltimore circuit
1859-61           Clinton
1861-62           Lycoming
1862-63           Center
1863                located

 

Note: This surname is also given as DEOBLER and DOEBLER.  The first husband of Mrs. Deabler (nee Slear) was a John P. Sierer.

 


 

DEIBLER, M.

 

Born:                                                                           married:

Died:                                                                           obit:

 

license

Interment:
Obit:

 

1812-13           Lancaster

 


 

DEININGER, C.F.

 

Born: 1826                                                                  married: Mary A. _____
Died: 8-?-1888  York PA                                           obit: 1911,49

 

1852    ordained deacon
1854    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit: 1889,34

 

1850-51           Columbia
1851-52           Cherry circuit
1852-54           York
1854-56           Cumberland
1856-58           Shrewsbury
1858-60           Baltimore Green Street
1860-62           Union circuit
1862-63           agent for Union Seminary, New Berlin PA
1863-64           Lewisburg
1864-67           missionary to San Francisco CA
1867-70           Salem OR
1870-71           Washington DC
1871-72           superintendent, Carlisle District
1872-75           superintendent, Baltimore District
1875-77           York Queen Street
1877-80           Center circuit
1880-83           Middleburg
1883-85           New Berlin
1885-86           located
1886-88           York Queen Street

 

Note: C.F. Deininger is the father of Lillie Frances Deininger Bollinger, wife of Edward S. Bollinger and the brother of Anna Maria [Mary] Deininger Keen, the mother of Emanuel D. Keen.  A biographical sketch of C.F. Deininger is given in the 1939 History of the Central Pennsylvania Conference, page 313.

 


 

DEITZ, M.K.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1920    license

Interment:
Obit:

 


 

DELLINGER, GEORGE

 

Born: 9-15-1811 Windsor twp, York County PA      married: Elizabeth Stahley
Died: 6-29-1878  Union County PA                          obit:

 

1837    license

1841    ordained elder

 

Interment: Canadochly Lutheran Cemetery, York County PA
Obit:

 

1837-38           Lake circuit
1838-39           Somerset circuit
1839-41           Armstrong
1841-43           Gettysburg circuit
1843-44           Washington circuit
1844-46           Perry circuit
1846-48           Strassburg
1848-50           Clarion
1850-51           Union circuit
1851-53           Center
1853-54           Clarion
1854-56           York circuit
1856-58           Middle Creek
1858-74           located and went West
1874                transfer to Central Pennsylvania Conference

 



DERRICK, R.J.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:


1874    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1872-75           Newberry
1875-77           Seneca
1877-78           Prospect
1878                withdrew and moved to Iowa

 


 

DETWILER, WILLIAM E.

 

Born:  near East Prospect PA                                     married: Catherine Mauck
Died: 1924                                                                  obit: 1926,95

 

1863    license
1865    ordained deacon
1867    ordained elder

 

Interment: Lewisburg PA
Obit: 1925,76

 

1863-64           Cumberland
1864-65           Perry
1865-66           Conewago
1866-67           Buffalo
1867-69           Lock Haven
1869-71           Marysville
1871-74           Danville
1874-75           Lewisburg
1875-78           Nittany Valley
1878-79           Williamsport Bennet Street
1879-83           superintendent, Lewisburg District
1883-87           superintendent, Williamsport District
1887-89           Shrewsbury
1889-91           York King Street
1891-95           superintendent, Carlisle District
1895-98           superintendent, Williamsport District
1898-01           agent for Central Pennsylvania College
1901-03           Williamsport St. John
1903-04           Carlisle
1904-05           financial agent for Albright College
1905-09           Hanover
1909-12           Mount Holly Springs
1912-15           Marysville
1915-19           Danville
1919                retired

 

Note: William E. Detwiler is a brother to Elizabeth Detwiler Bentz, wife of J.W. Bentz.  A biographical sketch of W.E. Detwiler is given in the 1939 History of the Central Pennsylvania Conference, page 319.

 


 

DeWIRE, HARRY ALBERT

 

Born:                                                                           married: Marian Heck

Died:                                                                           obit: Central Pennsylvania Conference 2010,164

 

1935    license, recommended by Milton First
1942    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1936-41           Baltimore St. John
1941-45           Nescopeck
1945-48           Quincy MA, New England Conference
1948-82           faculty, Evangelical School of Theology/United Theological Seminary

1982                retired

 

Note: Harry A. DeWire is a brother to Dora Mary DeWire Miller, wife of Joseph H. Miller.

 


 

DICE, LEVI

 

Born: 9-13-1842  Freysville PA                                  married: Mary I. Ilgenfritz
Died: 2-27-1928  Marysville PA                                 obit: 1925,83

 

1872    license
1876    ordained deacon
1878    ordained elder

 

Interment: Lewisburg PA
Obit: 1928,92

 

1874-75           McVeytown
1875-76           McClure
1876-78           Mifflinburg circuit
1878-79           Peach Bottom circuit
1879-82           Jarrettsville
1882-85           Lewisberry
1885-88           Cumberland
1888-91           Lycoming
1891-94           Zion's Grove
1894-96           Loganville
1896-00           McClure
1900-02           Sugar Valley
1902-06           Buffalo circuit
1906-07           Port Trevorton
1907-11           Ranson
1911-15           Williamsport circuit
1915-16           Wapwallopen
1916-17           Milesburg
1917-18           West Milton
1918                retired

 

Note: Levi Dice is the father of Lyman M. Dice and Walter J. Dice and Edna Dice Bingman, wife of J. Frederick Bingman.

 


 

DICE, LYMAN MARTIN

 

Born: 2-10-1870  Marysville PA                                 married: Alice Gertrude Baker
Died: 9-30-1948  Mechanicsburg PA                         obit: 1949,99

 

1896    license, recommended by Pike class on Millmont circuit
1898    ordained deacon
1900    ordained elder

 

Interment: Rolling Green Cemetery, Lemoyne PA
Obit: 1949,97

 

1896-99           Liberty
1899-01           Grover
1901-05           Wayland
1905-09           Williamsport St. John
1909-13           Nescopeck
1913-17           Mechanicsburg
1917-22           Hagerstown
1922-24           Jersey Shore
1924-29           Marysville
1929-34           Lewistown Trinity
1934-38           Williamsport Grace
1938                retired

 

Note: Lyman M. Dice is the son of Levi Dice and is a brother to Walter J. Dice and Edna Dice Bingman, wife of J. Frederick Bingman.  He is also a first cousin to the father of Martha A. Dice Geiger, husband of Francis J. Geiger of the Central Pennsylvania Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

 


 

DICE, WALTER JONATHAN

 

Born: 12-29-1876  Forest Hill PA                               married: Bella Rose Freed
Died: 7-2-1958  Lewisburg PA                                              obit: 1971,373

 

1898    license
1900    ordained deacon
1902    ordained elder

 

Interment: Cedar Hills Cemetery, Beavertown PA
Obit: 1959,105

 

1898-99           Newport
1899-00           Milesburg
1900-03           Liverpool
1903-06           East Point
1906-10           Warrensville
1910-14           Millheim
1914-19           Bloomsburg
1919-24           Baltimore Bethany
1924-31           Lewisburg
1931-39           superintendent, Williamsport District
1939-48           Hagerstown

1948                retired

 

Note: Walter J. Dice is the son of Levi Dice and is a brother to Lyman M. Dice and Edna Dice Bingman, wife of J. Frederick Bingman.  He is also a first cousin to the father of Martha A. Dice Geiger, husband of Francis J. Geiger of the Central Pennsylvania Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  A biographical sketch of Walter Jonathan Dice is given in the 1939 History of the Central Pennsylvania Conference, page 341.

 


 

DICK, CALVIN J.

 

Born: 12-1-1850  York County PA                            married: Emma A. Skivington
Died: 10-6-1931  Farrandsville PA                             obit:

 

1886    license
1888    ordained deacon
1890    ordained elder

 

Interment: Marysville PA
Obit: 1932,75

 

1886-87           Turbotville

1887-90           Wyoming

1890-91           Tunkhannock

1891-92           Columbia circuit

1892-94           Luzerne

1894-03           located

1903-05           Wellsville

1905-11           located

1911-15           Lock Haven mission

1915-17           Williamsport circuit

1917-19           Hebbville

1919-20           Brooklyn

1920                located

 

Note: Calvin J. Dick is the brother of Joseph Dick and the father of J.M. Dick and H. Roy Dick.  Death notices appear in the conference journal for three daughters: Elsie Mildred (infant 1903,74), Fannie (age 19 1904,61), and Mamie (age 14 1904,61).

 


 

DICK, HARRY ROY

 

Born: 4-17-1892  Evansville PA                                 married: Mary Seitz
Died: 1-?-1957  Roscoe NY                                       obit: 1920,72

                                                                                    married2: Clara Rebecca Shambaugh [6/21/1923]

1914    license, recommended by Lock Haven           obit2: [b. 2/25/1902]
1917    ordained deacon
1919    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1915-20           Mount Rock
1920-23           Bellwood
1923-28           Scranton
1928-32           Baltimore Walbrook
1932-39           Glen Rock
1939-45           Hanover

1945-48           without appointment

1948                retired

                        “transfer” to the Baptist Church

                        Chester

                        East Smithfield PA

 

Note: H. Roy Dick is the son of Calvin J. Dick, the brother of J.M. Dick, and the father of Baptist pastor James M. Dick.  While church records consistently name him as Roy H. Dick, his own biographical form gives the name Harry Roy Dick.  The second Mrs. Dick is a niece of William Ira Shambaugh.

 


 

DICK, JANCY MARTIN

 

Born: 10-16-1887                                                        married: Zulu A. Krater
Died: 7-?-1968                                                            obit:

 

1918    ordained deacon
1920    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1916-19           East Point
1919-24           Warrensville
1924-29           Berwick St. Paul
1929-31           Lewistown Grace
1931-32           Northumberland
1932-33           located
1933                surrendered license

                        “transfer” to the Baptist Church

                        Canton PA

 

Note: J.M. Dick is the son of Calvin J. Dick and the brother of H. Roy Dick. 

 


 

DICK, JEREMIAH M.

 

Born: 5-3-1853  Marysville PA                                   married: Alice Conrad
Died: 2-3-1920  Seattle WA                                       obit: [7/?/1854 – 5/27/1942]

 

1880    license
1882    ordained deacon
1884    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1880-81           Nittany Valley
1881-82           Center
1882-84           Liverpool
1884-87           Lock Haven
1887                transfer to Oregon Conference

1887-89           Salem

1889-90           Corvallis station

1890                identifies with the Oregon Conference of the United Evangelical Church

1890-91           East Portland

1891-92           Albina, St. Johns & Lacamas

1892-93           Albina & St. Johns

1893                no longer listed

 

Note: Jeremiah M. Dick is a brother to Calvin J. Dick.  He became a pastor in the Congregational Church.  This name is sometimes given as James M. Dick, and some sources give Mrs. Dick and June M.

 


 

DICK, JOSEPH

 

Born: 1823                                                                  married:
Died: 1887                                                                  obit:

 

1847    ordained deacon
1849    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1844-45           Baltimore County mission
1845-46           Union circuit
1846-47           Center
1847-48           Cherry circuit
1848-49           Venango
1849-51           Warren
1851-52           Venango circuit
                        transfer to Pittsburg Conference

 

Note: Joseph Dick is an uncle to Jeremiah M. Dick and Calvin J. Dick.


 

DICKERT, WILSON CHAPPELL

 

Born: 4-3-1928                                                            married: Joyce M. Kummell
Died: 3-1-2006                                                            obit: [10/10/1927 – 12/20/2005]

 

1949    license, recommended by Washington DC Albright Memorial

1954    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit: 2006,414

 

1950-54           Dorsey
1954-59           Runville
1959-62           Lycoming circuit
1962-70           Jacobus

1970                retired

 


 

DIEHL, JEROME FRANKLIN

 

Born: 7-12-1898  Wrightsville PA                              married: Mary Olive Thomas
Died: 4-3-1974                                                            obit: 1981,348

 

1930    license, recommended by Wrightsville Grace
1933    ordained deacon

1935    ordained elder

 

Interment: Fairview Cemetery, Wrightsville PA
Obit: 1974,418

 

1931-35           Manchester and Yorkshire
1935-39           Williamsport circuit
1939-41           Glen Rock
1941-51           Milton First

1951-59           Williamsport St. John

1959-66           York Bethany

1966                retired

                             1966-73  Yoe Christ

 


 

DIENER, PAUL WILLIAM JR.

 

Born: 11-20-1928  Lebanon PA                                 married: Shirley A. Brown

Died: 8-19-2008  York PA                                         obit: Central Pennsylvania Conference 2000, 341

 

1949    admitted on trial, East Pennsylvania Conference (EV) of the EUB Church

            recommended by Palmyra Bethany

1954    ordained deacon

 

Interment:

Obit:

 

1949-55           Charlton

1955-71           missionary, Philippines

1971                transfer to Central Pennsylvania Conference

1971-78           York Christ

1978-85           faculty, York College

1985                withdrew to another denomination

1986                reinstated

1986-96           faculty, York College

1996                retired

 


 

DIETTERICH, ELMER E.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1880    license

Interment:
Obit:

 

                        withdrew and united with the Lutheran Church

1916 -              St. John’s Lutheran, Clinton township

 

Note: E.E. Dietterich is the son of H.A. Dietterich.  This surname is also given as DIETRICH and DIETTERICK.  A picture of H.A. Dietterich appears in the 1917 History of the Susquehanna Synod, page 86.

 


 

DIETTERICH, HENRY ALONZO

 

Born: 4-21-1838  Columbia County PA                     married: Tamar Evans
Died:                                                                           obit: [b.1841]

 

1859    license
1861    ordained deacon

Interment:
Obit:

 

1859-61           Luzerne
1861-62           Montour
1862-64           Buffalo
1864-66           Wyoming
1866-67           Gettysburg circuit
1867-68           Located
1868-70           Big Spring
1870-72           Conewago circuit
1872-73           Cumberland
1873-76           Perry circuit
1876-77           Jersey Shore
                        withdrew and united with the Lutheran Church

1880-81           Espy & Briar Creek

1881-87           White Deer Valley

1888-92           Salona

 

Note: H.A. Dietterich is the father of E.E. Dietterich and of Lutheran pastor J. Eugene Dietterich, and he is a brother to Rev. John F. Dietterich of the Lutheran Church.  Mrs. Dietrich is a sister to Minerva Evans Hornberger, wife of Zachariah Hornberger.  This surname is also given as DIETRICH and DIETTERICK.  A picture of H.A. Dietterich appears in the 1917 History of the Susquehanna Synod, page 62.  He is the author of the 1892 book A Wonder of Grace: or 33 years in the ministry.

 


 

DOSCH, GEORGE HAYES

 

Born: 8-13-1870  York PA                                         married: Jennie A. Walters
Died: 4-18-1918                                                          obit:

 

1892    license

Interment:
Obit: Pittsburgh Conference 1918,33

 

                        transfer to Pittsburgh Conference

1908-10           Elton, Salix & South Fork

1910-13           ?

1913-14           Portage & Point

1914-17           Gravel Pit, Hyndman & Palo Alto


 

DOUTY, H.H.

 

Born:                                                                           married: Adda _____
Died: 1900                                                                  obit: 1937,79

 

1879    license
1880    ordained deacon
1882    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit: 1901,76

 

1879-80           Susquehanna
1880-82           Wyoming
1882-84           Luzerne
1884-86           Chanceford
1886-87           Shrewsbury
1887-88           York circuit
1888-91           Jarretsville
1891-94           Alberton
1894-95           East Prospect
1895-96           Newport and Marysville
1896-00           Warrensville
1900                Juniata circuit

 


 

DREISBACH, JOHN

 

Born: 6-5-1789  New Berlin PA                                 married: Catharine Eyer
Died: 8-20-1871  Circleville OH                                obit: [3/11/1785 – 4/12/1815]

                                                                                    married 2: Frehne [Fanny] Eyer

1807    license                                                             obit2: [9/22/1791 – 11/26/1876]
1809    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1807-09           Northumberland

1809-10           Schuylkill

1810-11           Northumberland

1811-12           Franklin

1812-13           “new”

 

Note: John Dreisbach’s wives were sisters –  daughters of Abraham Eyer of the famed Eyer’s barn in Winfield PA where the notable 1816 General Conference was held.  Their sister Mary Eyer Neibel was the wife of Henry Neibel.


DRESSLER, GEORGE

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1839    license

1860    ordained deacon

Interment:
Obit:

 

Note: George Dressler appears to have been a local pastor, as there is no record that he was ever under appointment.



 

DUBS, NOAH JACOB

 

Born: 7-25-1870  York County PA                            married: Ida May Floray
Died: 7-31-1948  Mifflinburg PA                               obit: 1969,212

 

1895    license, Pleasant Hill class on the Hanover circuit
1898    ordained deacon
1902    ordained elder

 

Interment: Mifflinburg Cemetery, Mifflinburg PA
Obit: 1949,96

 

1896-97           Spring Mills

1897-99           Dorsey

1899-02           Rebersburg

1902-06           Penns Creek

1906-09           located

1909-10           Bellefonte circuit

1910-14           Millmont

1914-19           Mexico

1919-26           Mifflinburg

1926-31           Hummels Wharf

1931                retired



 

DUFFEY, AMBROSE O.

 

Born: 4-10-1851                                                          married: Harriet E. Ripley
Died: c1925                                                                obit:

 

1893    license

Interment:
Obit:

 

Note: Ambrose Duffey was a trustee and lay member of the Oregon Hill, Lycoming County, Church.  Ambrose and Harriet divorced about 1898, and Harriet married a William Faulkrod.


 

DUMM, JOHN

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1869    license
1874    ordained deacon

Interment:
Obit: 1887,17

 

Note:  John Dumm is described as “a local preacher on Perry circuit” who “died at a ripe old age.”


 

DUNKELBERGER, EDWIN E.

 

Born: 3-24-1888  Richfield PA                                  married: Alice Ellen Lyter

Died: 8-14-1959  Harrisburg PA                                obit: Western Pennsylvania Conf 1969,403

 

1923    license

1928    ordained, Allegheny Conference of the United Brethren Church

 

Interment: Union Cemetery, Richfield PA

Obit:  1960,88

         

1923                transfer to the Allegheny Conference of the United Brethren Church

1923-26           Waukesha

1926-30           Orbisonia

1930-34           Middleburg

1934-36           Altoona Schum Memorial and Altoona Wehnwood

1936-37           Altoona Schum Memorial

1937-42           South Williamsport

1942-46           Mapleton

1946-51           retired

                             1949-51  Middleburg

1951                transfer by boundary change to Central Pennsylvania Conference 

1951-52           Middleburg

1952-54           Mifflin

1954                retired

 

Note: E. E. Dunkelberger is a nephew of Allen Dunkelberger (1858-1936) of the Miami Conference of the United Brethren Church and the father of Irene Dunkelberger Baker, wife of Warren A. Baker.

 


 

DUNLAP, IRVING RAY

 

Born: 2-4-1884                                                            married: Iva Guiley
Died: 8-11-1952                                                          obit: 1974,437

 

1908    license
1917    ordained elder

 

Interment: Lewisburg Cemetery
Obit: 1953,78

 

1908                Dearfield (part year)

1908-09           Dixon (part year)
1908-33           missionary to China
1933-36           Baltimore Immanuel  
1936-43           Williamsport St. Paul

1843-46           Berwick North [Bethany]

1946-50           Glen Rock

1950-52           Middleburg

 

Note: Irving Ray Dunlap is the son of John F. Dunlap.  Biographical sketches of Rev. and Mrs. I,R. Dunlap are given in the 1939 History of the Central Pennsylvania Conference, page 355-357.



 

DUNLAP, J. A.

 

Born:                                                                           married:
Died:                                                                           obit:

 

1863    license

Interment:
Obit:

 


 

DUNLAP, JAMES

 

Born: 11-24-1809                                                        married: Sarah _____
Died: 12-1-1884                                                          obit:

 

1842    license
1843    ordained deacon
1845    ordained elder

 

Interment: Naperville Cemetery, Naperville IL
Obit:

 

1842                Cumberland
1842-45           Perry
1845-47           Columbia
1847-49           Cumberland
1849-53           superintendent, Susquehanna District
1853-54           Franklin
1854-56           Leesburg
1856-57           Cumberland
1857-58           superintendent, Susquehanna District
                        located and moved to Naperville Ill.

1864                transfer to Illinois Conference

 

Note: The 1937 History of the Illinois Conference, page 321, says that James Dunlap is buried in Burlington MO.

 


 

DUNLAP, JOHN FRANCIS

 

Born: 7-10-1865  York County PA                            married: Mary E. Knisley
Died: 1-1-1941                                                            obit: 1937,79

                                                                                    married2: Esther Elmeda Smith

                                                                                    obit2: 1950,96
1888    license, Illinois Conference, recommended by Naperville English mission                           

1891    ordained deacon

1893    ordained elder

 

Interment: Prospect Hill Cemetery, York PA
Obit: 1941,86

 

1888-89           student, Union Biblical Institute at Naperville IL

1889                transfer to Central Pennsylvania Conference

1889-90           Columbia circuit
1890-91           West Clifford
1891-93           Danville
1893-96           Nescopeck
1896-97           Marysville
1897-01           Lewisburg
1901-04           Lock Haven
1904-06           Williamsport First
1906-10           superintendent, Williamsport District
1910-15           president, Albright College
1915-19           superintendent, York District
1919-23           superintendent, Lewisburg District
1923-34           bishop
1934                retired

 

Note: John F. Dunlap is the father of Irving Ray Dunlap.  A biographical sketch of John Francis Dunlap is given in the 1939 History of the Central Pennsylvania Conference, page 332.

 


 

DUNN, EDWARD BROWN

 

Born: 1-28-1868  near Winchester VA                       married: Mary A. Keck [5/14/1889]
Died:                                                                           obit: [4/?/1869 – 7/19/1901]

                                                                                    married2: Ida M. Anderson [6/11/1903]

1894    license, recommended by Hebbville               obit2:

1896    ordained deacon
1898    ordained elder

 

Interment:
Obit:

 

1894-98           Washingtonville
1898-02           Muncy Valley
1902-06           Danville
1906-09           Nescopeck
1909-13           Glen Rock
1913-17           Williamsport St. John
1917-21           Bellefonte
1921-24           Baltimore Memorial
1924-31           Berkeley Springs
1931-33           Hebbville
1933                withdrew

 

Note: In 1937 Edward B. Dunn was a minister in Philadelphia, affiliation unknown.  His death reportedly occurred sometime after 2/8/1943.