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Glick (Glueck, Glück) is a Swiss Mennonite family which migrated to the [[Palatinate (Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany)|Palatinate]]. In 1731 there was a Jost Glückli in the Streigenberg congregation near Eppingen (now Baden). In 1940, 24 Glücks were members of four Mennonite congregations in South [[Germany|Germany]]. In 1954 three Glück ministers were serving in that area, one of whom was Theo Glück of the [[Durlach (Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany)|Durlach]] congregation, chairman of the Youth Commission of the [[Konferenz süddeutscher Mennonitengemeinden|South German Conference]].
 
Glick (Glueck, Glück) is a Swiss Mennonite family which migrated to the [[Palatinate (Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany)|Palatinate]]. In 1731 there was a Jost Glückli in the Streigenberg congregation near Eppingen (now Baden). In 1940, 24 Glücks were members of four Mennonite congregations in South [[Germany|Germany]]. In 1954 three Glück ministers were serving in that area, one of whom was Theo Glück of the [[Durlach (Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany)|Durlach]] congregation, chairman of the Youth Commission of the [[Konferenz süddeutscher Mennonitengemeinden|South German Conference]].
  
Peter Glick, the ancestor of the [[Amish|Amish]] Glicks, arrived in [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]] in September 1748. Other members of the Glick family no doubt landed in America during that century. Large numbers of their descendants live in eastern Pennsylvania, among them (in the 1950s) eight [[Old Order Amish|Old Order Amish]] ministers. Five additional Mennonite and Amish Mennonite ministers served in Pennsylvania and [[Virginia (USA)|Virginia]] at that time. Obituary records from 1894 through 1913 show that the family was represented in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and [[Indiana (USA)|Indiana]]. [[Holmes County (Ohio, USA)|Holmes County]], [[Ohio (State)|Ohio]], also had representatives of the family.
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Peter Glick, the ancestor of the [[Amish Mennonites|Amish]] Glicks, arrived in [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]] in September 1748. Other members of the Glick family no doubt landed in America during that century. Large numbers of their descendants live in eastern Pennsylvania, among them (in the 1950s) eight [[Old Order Amish|Old Order Amish]] ministers. Five additional Mennonite and Amish Mennonite ministers served in Pennsylvania and [[Virginia (USA)|Virginia]] at that time. Obituary records from 1894 through 1913 show that the family was represented in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and [[Indiana (USA)|Indiana]]. [[Holmes County (Ohio, USA)|Holmes County]], [[Ohio (State)|Ohio]], also had representatives of the family.
 
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Glick (Glueck, Glück) is a Swiss Mennonite family which migrated to the Palatinate. In 1731 there was a Jost Glückli in the Streigenberg congregation near Eppingen (now Baden). In 1940, 24 Glücks were members of four Mennonite congregations in South Germany. In 1954 three Glück ministers were serving in that area, one of whom was Theo Glück of the Durlach congregation, chairman of the Youth Commission of the South German Conference.

Peter Glick, the ancestor of the Amish Glicks, arrived in Pennsylvania in September 1748. Other members of the Glick family no doubt landed in America during that century. Large numbers of their descendants live in eastern Pennsylvania, among them (in the 1950s) eight Old Order Amish ministers. Five additional Mennonite and Amish Mennonite ministers served in Pennsylvania and Virginia at that time. Obituary records from 1894 through 1913 show that the family was represented in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Indiana. Holmes County, Ohio, also had representatives of the family.


Author(s) Melvin Gingerich
Date Published 1956


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Gingerich, Melvin. "Glick (Glueck, Glück) family." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1956. Web. 28 Dec 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Glick_(Glueck,_Gl%C3%BCck)_family&oldid=102684.

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Gingerich, Melvin. (1956). Glick (Glueck, Glück) family. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 28 December 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Glick_(Glueck,_Gl%C3%BCck)_family&oldid=102684.




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