Title: 100th Anniversary, Early Settlers of Holy Rosary Mission, Crooked Finger, Oregon
Author: Barbara LeDoux, Margaret Bielenberg Splonskowski, Patricia Potter
Description: Comb-bound in card covers. Some soiling to covers. Interior is clean and unmarked.  pages, printed on one side. 11 x 8.5 inches. Two copies noted on OCLC (State Library of Oregon, Chemeketa Regional Library).
A family history and genealogical presentation of the early settlers of the Holy Rosary Church/Mission near Scotts Mills on Crooked Finger Road (in Marion County, Oregon). The settlers were all immigrants from Germany, Austria, or Switzerland, with one exception. Many illustrations from portraits and pictures of these early families, as well as some photographs of the early church and several Benedictine fathers.
Accounts of the following families, typically with a short family history of a few paragraphs followed by a list of children with spouses and sometimes grandchildren: Bartnik, Bielenberg, Biersack, Dibala, Engi, Enz, Ettlin, Finnimore, Gersch, Helvey, Hertl, Hettwer, Landwing, Lucier, Niederberger, Plas, Schmidt, Schmitz, Schonbachler, Semolke, Serniotti, Splonskowski-Splonski, Steininger, Tanzer, Toepfer, Waibel, Wellman, and Winter.
The first Catholic chapel was built in 1895-1896 by Kasper and Anton Ettlin, on land donated to Mt. Angel Abbey. In 1910, an acre of nearby land was donated for a cemetery. A larger chapel replaced the original one in 1922. It was renamed the Mission of St. Mary in Mt. Angel in 1940.
Binding: Plastic Comb Bound Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: [published by authors]
Keywords: Scotts Mills, Mt. Angel, Mount Angel, Marion County, history, Catholic Church, genealogy,
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