The names are listed alphabetically, with the variant spellings of a surname grouped together.
This information is also available as a GEDCOM file. After you have downloaded the file, run it from File Manager (Windows 3.1) or Windows Explorer (Windows 95) and it will self- extract to form the file schoen.ged. This file can then be imported into a genealogy program that accepts GEDCOM files, such as Brother's Keeper.
The GEDCOM file has also been converted to HTML format using Gedpage. See Schoenhorst Register (GEDCOM to HTML). Some additional data on certain families has been added to this file, supplementing the Schoenhorst Register.
Photocopies of the entire register or individual pages are also available from the Centre for
Mennonite Brethren Studies. Please contact Alf Redekopp for more information. Send a
message to: email@example.com or write to:
Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society
169 Riverton Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R2L 2E5
Link to Schoenhorst Register Index
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