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Moravian Church, Unity of the Brethren

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The project is currently dormant. -- Fiscus-32 21:23, 8 September 2021 (UTC)

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Goal

The goal of this project is to identify profiles for members of the Moravian Church, properly source them and make sure they're connected to the larger tree.

Tasks

  • Review project categories to make sure they adhere to established categorization guidelines.
  • Recategorize profiles in United Brethren, Moravian category according to location.

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Will you join us? Please post a comment here on this page, in G2G using the project tag of "moravians."

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I think the name needs some clarification. There are people who came from Moravia

who were not part of the Moravian Church. Only reason I say this is because the project sticker makes no distinction. Is the sticker meant for Moravians from the Czech Republic or Moravian Church? Many Moravians will think the sticker is meant for Moravians who came from Moravia (part of present day Czech Republic). Not trying to be critical. My family has many many Moravians so I'm just trying to figure out what the sticker is really meant for. The location or the church. Thanks!

I have a Palatine immigrant ancestor who was previously thought to be Huguenot but further research shows that this was probably later creative fictional writing. We do know that he migrated with a shipload of Moravians and was associated with the Moravian Church when he arrived in Pennsylvania. I'd be interested in joining this project to network on his research.
posted by SJ Baty
Hi, what is the appropriate category for English Moravians? I see the United Brethren is being recategorised. I have just found a relative Dinah Sheard who was buried in the graveyard at Fulneck and I see there were others with her surname there so I would like to put a category on to help research. Thanks!
posted by Lynn Drasdo