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Bergen, a Mennonite family name in the [[Flemish Mennonites|Flemish]] congregations of [[West Prussia|West Prussia]], was first mentioned 1615. In 1776, 15 families of this name were listed in West Prussia (without [[Danzig (Poland)|Danzig]]) and in 1935, 52 persons (including [[Elbing (Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, Poland)|Elbing]]). Members of this family spread to [[Russia|Russia]] and [[North America|North America]]. [[Bergen, Gerhard van (1704-1771)|Gerhard van Bergen]] was the second elder of the [[Heubuden (Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland)|Heubuden]] congregation, serving from 1741-1771. Fritz van Bergen (1900-1941) founded the van Bergen Family Association and also edited its (mimeographed) periodical. A genealogical periodical, <em>Der Berg, Sippenzeitung der Familien van Bergen, </em>appeared from 1934 to 1941, edited by Fritz van Bergen in Frankenau, [[East Prussia|East Prussia]]. [[Bargen, Isaac I. (1857-1943)|Isaac I. Bargen]] was for many years secretary of the [[Mennonite Aid Society (Mountain Lake, Minnesota, USA)|Mennonite Aid Society]] in [[Mountain Lake (Minnesota, USA)|Mountain Lake]], [[Minnesota (USA)|Minnesota]]. His son Bernhard Bargen was a professor at [[Bethel College (North Newton, Kansas, USA)|Bethel College]] in [[North Newton (Kansas, USA)|North Newton]], [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]]. The name Bargen has been found among Mennonite ministers in [[British Columbia (Canada)|British Columbia]], [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], [[Saskatchewan (Canada)|Saskatchewan]], and [[Oklahoma (USA)|Oklahoma]].
 
Bergen, a Mennonite family name in the [[Flemish Mennonites|Flemish]] congregations of [[West Prussia|West Prussia]], was first mentioned 1615. In 1776, 15 families of this name were listed in West Prussia (without [[Danzig (Poland)|Danzig]]) and in 1935, 52 persons (including [[Elbing (Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, Poland)|Elbing]]). Members of this family spread to [[Russia|Russia]] and [[North America|North America]]. [[Bergen, Gerhard van (1704-1771)|Gerhard van Bergen]] was the second elder of the [[Heubuden (Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland)|Heubuden]] congregation, serving from 1741-1771. Fritz van Bergen (1900-1941) founded the van Bergen Family Association and also edited its (mimeographed) periodical. A genealogical periodical, <em>Der Berg, Sippenzeitung der Familien van Bergen, </em>appeared from 1934 to 1941, edited by Fritz van Bergen in Frankenau, [[East Prussia|East Prussia]]. [[Bargen, Isaac I. (1857-1943)|Isaac I. Bargen]] was for many years secretary of the [[Mennonite Aid Society (Mountain Lake, Minnesota, USA)|Mennonite Aid Society]] in [[Mountain Lake (Minnesota, USA)|Mountain Lake]], [[Minnesota (USA)|Minnesota]]. His son Bernhard Bargen was a professor at [[Bethel College (North Newton, Kansas, USA)|Bethel College]] in [[North Newton (Kansas, USA)|North Newton]], [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]]. The name Bargen has been found among Mennonite ministers in [[British Columbia (Canada)|British Columbia]], [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], [[Saskatchewan (Canada)|Saskatchewan]], and [[Oklahoma (USA)|Oklahoma]].
 
 
 
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Bergen, a Mennonite family name in the Flemish congregations of West Prussia, was first mentioned 1615. In 1776, 15 families of this name were listed in West Prussia (without Danzig) and in 1935, 52 persons (including Elbing). Members of this family spread to Russia and North America. Gerhard van Bergen was the second elder of the Heubuden congregation, serving from 1741-1771. Fritz van Bergen (1900-1941) founded the van Bergen Family Association and also edited its (mimeographed) periodical. A genealogical periodical, Der Berg, Sippenzeitung der Familien van Bergen, appeared from 1934 to 1941, edited by Fritz van Bergen in Frankenau, East Prussia. Isaac I. Bargen was for many years secretary of the Mennonite Aid Society in Mountain Lake, Minnesota. His son Bernhard Bargen was a professor at Bethel College in North Newton, Kansas. The name Bargen has been found among Mennonite ministers in British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Oklahoma.


Author(s) Gustav Reimer
Date Published 1953


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Reimer, Gustav. "Bergen (van Bergen, Bargen, Baergen, van Bargen, von Bargen, von Bergen) family." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1953. Web. 18 Apr 2015. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bergen_(van_Bergen,_Bargen,_Baergen,_van_Bargen,_von_Bargen,_von_Bergen)_family&oldid=75396.

APA style

Reimer, Gustav. (1953). Bergen (van Bergen, Bargen, Baergen, van Bargen, von Bargen, von Bergen) family. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 18 April 2015, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bergen_(van_Bergen,_Bargen,_Baergen,_van_Bargen,_von_Bargen,_von_Bergen)_family&oldid=75396.




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