CHURCHES

Some Emmons County Church information and many church pictures
can be found starting on Page 100 of Emmons County History

Blessed Trinity Catholic Church Currently A Restoration Project
Surnames: Ohanneson, Hayes, Reinbold, Imhoff, Selder, Kumar
History of Braddock 1884-1984 Histories of the Braddock churches can be found starting on Page 30
Dale Methodist Church
Evangelical Church (Evangelische Gemeirschaft) Near Sand Creek. Mentioned in Family Narrations of Schindler-Schmidt.
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Surnames: Hoffart, Miller, Schreiner, Sturmer Stermer, Ternes, Biegler, Braun, Deichert, Dirk, Engel, Nagel, Reinbold, Wagner, Strassmeier, Thuille, Goesser, Schweitzer, Striegl, Fehrenbach, Schmitz, Moelter, Eichne, Selder, Dubsky, Wehrle, Kramer, Bickler, Schwab
Ida Boyer's Sunday School Class
New Freudenthal Baptist Church Also Baptist, Fredenthal Baptist
Saints Peter and Paul at Strasburg Surnames: Pioneers / Parishioners: Petrie, Bauman, Schneider, Baumgartner, Schwab, Swertie, Wagner, Burgad, Feist, Keller, Wald, Kraft, Fischer, Thomas, Schera, Braunagel, Voller, Gefroh, Giesinger, Lauinger, Marbach, Moser, Kopp, Lipp, Moszer, Klein. Church Officials / Others: Strassmeier, Gerschwyler, Schmitz, Widmer, Miller, Stenger, Wehrle, Peter, Thuille, Schweizer, Strigl, Speckmaier, Dehmen, Nussbaumer, Dimple, Fairbanks, Daleiden, Fettig, Kruetz, Jundt, Schmidt, Messer, Seeberger, Kranz, Ruelle, Stovik, Renner, Goeser, Kautzman, Pereir, Eckroth, Miller, Height.
Sloan Memorial Church Also known as Glencoe Presbyterian Church
St. Aloysius Catholic Church Surnames: Pioneers / Parishioners: Boehm, Bosch, Braddock, Eberle, Erick, Fischer, Gefre, Goldade, Heisler, Horner, Kelsch, Kraft, Mastel, Schumacher, Schweitzer, Senger, Streitel, Weber.
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Linton


St. Matthew's was the first church built in Linton 1902-1903. It was active until it was too much to maintain for the small number of church members. The building was given to the Emmons Historical Society for a museum.