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Methodist Episcopal Church, South

East Bernard

Sunday School Record

Wharton County

1910-1911


Dr W.D. Holleman Class No.1
1.Paul Holleman

2.Richard Hausemann

3.Gottlieb Hausemann

4.E.O. Senkel

5.Mr. J.W. Buls

6.Mr. J.T. Fowler

7. Mrs. J.T. Fowler

8.Mr. R.B. Boettcher

9.Mrs. R.B. Boettcher

10.Mrs. Boettcher

11.Walter Fowler

12. Mrs. Hendricks

13.Miss Murray

14. Flether Holleman

15. Mrs. Emma Hingst

16. Clara Buls

17. Theo Gabler

18. O.H. Brandes

19. Mack Holleman

20.Mr. F.J. Pietsch

21.Mrs. F.J. Pietsch

22. Mrs. A.L. Pietsch

23. Sanhie Holleman

24. Tena Lewandoski



Mrs. C.O. Senkel Class No.2
1. Frankie Pietzsch

2. Oscar Koym

3. Albert Pietsch

4. Frad Holleman

5. Austin Odom

6. August Chernosky



Mrs. R.B. Boettcher Class No. 3
1. Pearl Smith

2. Lillie Whitbread

3. Pearl Senkel

4. Maggie Brooks

5. Lillian Pietzsch

6. Norma Wingsl

7. Lena Koym

8.



Miss Ethel Holleman Class No. 4
1. Russel Pietzsch

2. August Hingst

3. Joe Whitbread

4. Jackie Pietzsch

5. Fred Whitbread

6. Jennie Whitbread

7. Gertrude Pietzsch

8. Louis Senkel

9. Sheldon Smith 10. Johnnie Hendricks

11. Annie Jackson

12. Maxine Boettcher

13. Henry Koym


1. Johnnie Hendricks

2. Gertrude Pietzsch

3.Jennie Whitbread

4.Annie Jackson

5.Lucille Brandes

6.Aline Stroud

7.Baby Stroud

8.Josephine Koym

9.Jennie VeBritt

10.

Mrs. J.W. Buls Class No.5
1.Fred Whitbread

2.Louis Senkel

3.Russel Pietzsch

4.Sheldon Smith

5.Claude Brooks

6.Delbert Brandes

7.Balus Stroud

8.Buster Britt




This church record was transcribed by Janet Barrett Hobizal. Taken from the original record book in the Wharton County Historical Museum Files

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