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  • Biggers, W. Michael. Miscellaneous Records of the Morning Star E. Lutheran Church, 1797 through 1860. [Charlotte? North Carolina: W. M. Biggers?, 1980-1984?]
     
  • Blackwelder, Ruth, Cora Pless Moose, and Dewey Whitfield Moose. Tombstone Records of St. John's Lutheran Graveyard, Cabarrus County, North Carolina from the 18th Century to June, 1936. [S.l.: s.n.], 1936.
     
  • Byrd, William L. St. Johns Lutheran Church Cemetery Inscriptions: Conover, North Carolina, With an Index. Conover, North Carolina, The author, 1972.
     
  • Daughters of the American Revolution, Yadkin River Patriots Chapter (Albemarle, North Carolina). Tombstone Reocrds, Stanly County, N.C., Albemarle County Seat.  The Chapter, 1936.
     
  • Emanuels Church (Lincolnton, North Carolina). Account Book, 1819-1879. The Church, 1819-1879.
     
  • Fisher, Lucy and Mary Fisher. Records, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church: Route 2, Box 343, Concord, North Carolina, 28025 (Cabarrus County). Charlotte, North Carolina: The authors, 1974.
     
  • Floyd, W. D. Lincoln County, N.C. Cemeteries. [Spartanburg, S.C.]: The author, 2004.
     
  • Henkel, P. C. [Journal of P.C. Henkel]. 1960.
     
  • Henkel, P. C. Index to the P.C. Henkel Diary. Hickory, North Carolina: Elbert Ivey Memorial Library, 1900s.
     
  • Hutterman, Ann Hewlett. Translation of Congregational and Council Minutes, 6 February 1859-4 February 1873: Originals in German [St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Wilmington, North Carolina)]. Wilmington, North Carolina: The author, 1995.
     
  • Koch, Alta Cecil. Old Lutheran Church Records, 1757-1848, Lexington, North Carolina. West Terre Haute, Indiana, 1968.
     
  • North Carolina DAR Genealogical Records Committee Report. Series 2, v. 20, North Carolina Church Records. [North Carolina: North Carolina DAR], 1996.
     
  • Offman, D. I. Records of Richland Evangelical Lutheran Church. The author, 1979, 1933.
     
  • Pilgrim German Lutheran Church (Davidson County, North Carolina). Pilgrim German Lutheran Church Records, Davidson County, North Carolina. Greensboro, North Carolina: The Chapter, 1965.
     
  • Reeves, Herny. Frieden's [sic] Lutheran Church, Guilford County, North Carolina, Early Records. [North Carolina: E. Ross?}, 1973.
     
  • Reeves, Henry. Frieden [sic] Lutheran Church Book 1800-1853. Friedens Lutheran Church (Guilford County, North Carolina): 1900-1981?
     
  • Reynolds, G. D. B., Mrs. Tombstone Records, Stanley County, N.C., Albemarle, County Seat. Albemarle, North Carolina: [s.n.], 1936.
     
  • Schneider, Lois. Iredell County, N.C. Cemetery Records. Troutman, North Carolina: The author, 1993.
     
  • Shiloh Lutheran Church, Forsythe [sic] County, North Carolina, Record Book, 1777-1893. Greensboro, North Carolina: The Chapter, 1966.
     
  • Shoaf, Mary Jo Davis. Records of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation at Sandy Creek Meeting House in Davidson County, N.C. [Evangelical Lutheran Church (Tyro, North Carolina)]. Lexington, North Carolina: Davidson County Community College, Learning Resources Center, 1980.
     
  • Smith, John Melanchton and Mark Smith. Journal of Reverend John Melanchton Smith: Lutheran Minister of the Gospel, 1852-1908. Conover, North Carolina: M. Smith, 1994.
     
  • Speegle, Charles Martin. The Spiegel Family and Their Kin: Including the Jarrets, Lentzs, Epplers, Cobbs, Massengils, Thomases, Coopers, McGees, Alexanders, McCoys, and Millers: and Records of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Catawba County, North Carolina: A Story of the Migration to the West. Fayetteville, North Carolina: Historic Records Publ Co. of Fayetteville, 1986-
     
  • Tombstone Records of St. John's Lutheran Graveyard, Cabarrus County, North Carolina from the 18th Century to June 1936. [S.l.: s.n., 1979, 1936.
     
  • Watson, June C. Salem Lutheran Church Cemetery, Sherrills Ford Road, Rowan County, Salisbury, North Carolina. Salisbury, North Carolina: The author, 2000.
     
  • Wilfong, Neal D. Tombstone Inscriptions of the Old St. Paul's Church Cemetery, 1702-1967. [Newton, North Carolina: Catawba County Historical Society], 1969.
     
  • Young, Lala Mae Agner and Martha Mary Withers Agner. [Gravestone Markings: Union Lutheran Church Cemetery, Rowan County, N.C.]. The authors, 1967.
     
  • Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Catawba County, North Carolina). A Portion of the Birth and Baptismal Records of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church of Catawba (formerly Lincoln) County, North Carolina: Originally Recorded in German for Period 18606,1844. The Church, 1986.
     
  • Zion Lutheran Church (New South Fork, Catawba County, North Carolina). Zion Luthern [sic] Church (New South Fork), Catawba County, North Carolina: Birth and Baptismal Records, 1806-1861. [S.l.: s.n., 1900-1980?]

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